Covid-19 Healthcare Jobs: Crisis Nursing, Contact Tracer, and Other Crisis Response Jobs
Soliant is working with many healthcare organizations to fill crisis response positions across the country. We are looking for dedicated RNs and Allied Health Professionals who want to help fight COVID-19. Find crisis nursing jobs, crisis… Read More
Soliant is working with many healthcare organizations to fill crisis response positions across the country. We are looking for dedicated RNs and Allied Health Professionals who want to help fight COVID-19. Find crisis nursing jobs, crisis travel nursing jobs, and more crisis response jobs through the job search below.
Contract and Travel Positions we are hiring for:
- Crisis Registered Nurses
- ICU Registered Nurses
- ER Registered Nurses
- Medical Surgical Nurses
- Respiratory Therapy Jobs
- Med Lab Techs
- CT Techs
- Health Screener / Temperature Takers
- COVID-19 Tracers
- COVID-19 Tracing Supervisor
- COVID-19 Tracing Data Manager
- COVID-19 Tracing Analytics Coordinators
State Licensing Requirements:
The HHS has issued regulations recently that allows many healthcare workers to practice across state lines.
Crisis Pay Available
Many healthcare organizations we are working with are paying crisis pay rates. Crisis pay rates are often higher than standard pay rates for a nurse. This is because hospitals want to ensure they have proper coverage for their facility, especially in times of need. Ultimately, the factors that determine rates for crisis pay nursing jobs depend on location, hospital, and contract length. If you are a nurse interested in learning more, then browse our current crisis rate travel nursing jobs and speak to a Soliant account executive today.
Crisis Nursing Jobs
A crisis nurse is any nursing professional that travels to work in an area with an emergent need of additional healthcare staff. An emergent need could be from a natural disaster or a public health crisis, such as the outbreak of COVID-19. Generally, crisis travel nurse jobs are often shorter than a general travel nurse contract. Contract length depends on the need of the facility and the emergency itself. To work as a crisis travel nurse you will need to have passed the NCLEX-RN and obtained working experience. There are no specific certifications required to be a crisis nurse but have an advanced certification can help your chance of landing a job.
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