Emergency Room Nurse Jobs

For over 30 years, the Soliant team has been establishing and maintaining relationships with the best hospitals across the nation, giving you access to premier emergency room nurse jobs. You will work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment surrounded by people who share your passion for providing expert care.

In a Soliant ER nurse job, you will receive a competitive salary, a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision coverage, matching 401(k), discount purchase plans and more!

Soliant has numerous emergency room registered nurse jobs nationwide. Browse our current ER nurse job opportunities and apply today!

ER Nurse Job Duties

In an ER nurse job, you are expected to have critical quick-thinking skills and a tough stomach. You will work in a critical care environment, assisting doctors and surgeons to help patients who are dealing with trauma and intense pain. In general, in an emergency room nurse job, you will be expected to use medical equipment, perform minor operations, provide healthcare, monitor patient records, plan for long-term needs, speak with patients’ families about their illnesses or injuries and provide continued care for the duration of the patient’s hospital stay and beyond.

Emergency room nurses deal with ailments that range from allergic reactions and broken toes to critical car accident injuries or disease symptoms. If you’re considering applying for an ER nurse job, be expected to know how to prepare for the worst.

Emergency Room RN Job Requirements

ER nurse jobs require the same education levels as a registered nurse, which includes a bachelor’s or associate’s degree in nursing as well as having graduated from an accredited nursing program. On top of that, emergency room nurse jobs require necessary licensure from the National Council Licensure Examination, as well as a state certificate for practice. Then, registered nurses can specialize in emergency room care through continued education or hands-on field experience. On top of the certificates required, knowing how to be compassionate, quick-thinking, communicative and strong-willed are additional requirements for thriving in an ER nurse job.

Emergency Room Nurse Job Market

Emergency room nurses have a tough job, and it’s one of the most critical positions in a hospital environment. Those who earn advanced diplomas or credits from an accredited school have the opportunity to earn even more in ER nurse jobs. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, registered nursing jobs are projected to rise by nearly 9% between 2020 and 2030, with an average of 194,500 job openings projected each year.

Ready to take on an exciting role in an ER nurse job? Browse our current emergency room nurse jobs and apply today!