Nurse Travel Jobs in San Angelo, Texas
Description: Facility in Texas in urgent need for L&D Nurse! Start ASAP Shift 6p-6a 36 hours per week Completion bonus every 13 weeks Cristina McClain 716.541.2657 Quick Apply!...
Description: RNs needed to work at a hospital in San Angelo, TX Med Surg / Tele / ICU / OR / ER / L&D *13 week assignments with the option to extend *$1,000 completion bonus with every assignment *Estimated $40-$50/hour *Full benefits package available Please email your resume directly to: ***** Call Shaniel at 716-541-2830 for all of the details on how to apply! Re...
Step 7 San Angelo, TX
A knowledgeable LDRP RN is needed to fill open travel positions at a progressive facility near San Angelo, TX. Advanced Surgical will be taking applications for these, as well as Labor and Delivery nursing positions, from nurses who hold an associate’s degree, state RN license, BLS, AWHONN certification, and ACLS. In addition, candidates should have a minimum of 1 year of experience working in lab...
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