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Job ID: 352274 | Date Posted: 30+ days ago

NICU Level 3 RN

Oregon

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TBD

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60 Hr/wk


About this job

As a NICU RN, you'll work in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to provide care for newborns that are either sick or premature. NICU RNs specialize in medical care for newborns at a variety of levels, from intensive, life-saving measures to rehabilitation and nourishment, so you must be well-versed in infant care.

Qualifications:

Basic travel nursing requirements include:

  • 1-2 years recent experience in the job's primary area of care
  • Active license or appropriate accreditation in one of the 50 US states
  • Additional requirements & certifications as may be requested by the specificfacility/unit
  • An enthusiastic, adventurous spirit with a desire to help
Duties & Responsibilities

Travel nurses work for a limited amount of time at a particular location, providing patient care and support before moving on to their next exciting adventure. Travel healthcare professionals are experienced caregivers who adapt quickly to change and enjoy learning new things. Take your skills on the road and explore somewhere new—all while earning a great living!

Nestled between Washington and Northern California, Oregon is one of the most geographically diverse states in the country. You can be driving sweeping roads through old-growth forests one day and crossing an arid desert the next'right after you catch a concert in downtown Portland! With flourishing industry and agriculture, Oregon is a powerful economic force with cities to match. Healthcare is in high demand and it's a great place to live and work.

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