If you’ve ever wanted to visit Alaska, if you’ve ever wanted to see the Northern Lights, and if you’ve worked as an RN for at least two years in an acute care ER setting, then check out this travel nurse opportunity in Alaska.
Your duties on this assignment will include advanced cardiac monitoring of emergent and non-emergency patients. You’ll also provide full assessments (you must have extensive knowledge of normal versus abnormal findings) and will report abnormal findings to the physician or nurse in charge.
You need excellent critical thinking skills so that you may intervene as appropriate for urgent/emergent care for acute and chronically ill patients. You’ll also identify and manage life-sustaining physiologic functions in patients who are unstable.
You must have an active RN license as well as a degree from an accredited nursing program. BLS/BCLS, ACLS, PALS and TNCC also may be required in some positions. You also need to have two years of recent experience in an acute care ER setting.
Contact one of our recruiters to learn of the exact location for this RN travel assignment.
We can’t tell you what the salary for this position is here, but Indeed.com reports that the average salary for an acute care RN in Alaska is $64,000.
In addition, the benefits you receive from us as a traveler are top-notch and include flexible scheduling, private housing (or housing allowance), group health insurance benefits provided by Aetna, paid-for life and disability insurance, full reimbursement of applicable travel costs, assistance in licensing and reimbursement, a matching 401(k), referral bonuses, and more.
If you love the outdoors, if you love to go snowshoeing, ice skating, and salmon fishing, if you love hiking and gorgeous views, then you owe it to yourself to consider this assignment.
Ride the Alaska Railway, land on a glacier for ride on a dogsled, drive along the Dalton Highway and over the Brooks Range to the lower Arctic Circle and Prudhoe Bay.
Alaska will take your breath way and could will change you for the better.
Alaska needs your nursing skills.
Contact a MedPro Healthcare Staffing recruiter today to learn more about this assignment!