Travel Nurse Jobs in Wilmington, North Carolina
Position Description: Here we GROW again! Exciting opportunity for an RN with a CCM designation to positively impact the lives of persons with disability! We are currently seeking a Field Nurse Case Manager (RN) in the Wilmington, NC Triangle area. This position requires travel and the applicant must be proficient with a computer and highly motivated. A Case Manager is responsible for assessment,...
Join a growing and dynamic organization! Position Summary: The Infection Control Nurse (R.N.) is responsible for coordinating the activities of the Facility’s infection control program, by assuming direct responsibility for infection surveillance, infection control reporting, and provision of infection control technical support and education for the facility staff. As Nurse Educator, will ensure t...
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