Boston, MA, Cardiac Cath Lab RN Travel Nurse Job Ã¢ 13 Weeks
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Boston, MA – I am hiring a Cardiac Cath Lab RN for a 13 week travel job in a historic city like Boston, MA!
Our travelers love it here! Work 4-10 hour shifts with some light call for 13 entire weeks in a city our travelers just love to be at.
Work at a reputable facility with a respectful cardiology department, a welcoming staff, a traveler-friendly facility, and strong leadership. You will be able to enhance your profile and resume. Advance your career and get paid well to do it.
The hiring manager loves nurses with critical care experience. Recent STEMI experience as well as conscious sedation are absolutely mandatory. Experience with Electrophysiology is a bonus, but not required. Recent pacemaker and ICD experience is strongly desired.
This job is primarily a circulating position. Any monitor experience could be beneficial but scrub abilities are not required.
The Massachusetts license can be attained in about three weeks. Make top pay and enjoy your next 13 weeks – and likely more, as there may likely be an opportunity to extend.
Visit mrcathlab.com for some hot, featured positions in Cardiac Cath, but give me a call at my direct number to speak with a Cath Lab specialist who works hard to find you the RIGHT job.
Senior Account Executive
Cath Lab / Electrophysiology Specialist
Direct: (770) 225-3167
Fax: (866) 386-9426
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- Competitive Salary
- Weekly Paycheck
- Matching 401(k) Plan
- Extensive Medical Coverage
- Licensing Assistance
- Custom Housing
- Travel Assistance
- Professional Development Reimbursement
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