RN Registered Nurse Jobs
As a registered nurse, your skills are in demand. Pair your expertise with Soliant’s reach and you’ll quickly see how simple it is to find not only the right RN job, but also the experience that you’re looking for in your nursing career.
You’ve worked hard to earn your RN certification. And nobody recognizes that more than Soliant. We manage all the details of your career while you do what you love. That means flexible RN jobs—in the settings you want to work in, in the cities you want to live in, enjoying the extraordinary benefits you demand.
As a Soliant registered nurse, you are part of a prestigious network, but you’re also an individual. Your expertise, your experience, your goals and your desires are all taken into consideration when locating the ideal RN job assignments for you. While other companies will send you on jobs, Soliant partners with you to develop and nurture a career path as unique as you.
Registered Nurse Duties
As part of a dynamic and critical thinking team, a registered nurse is responsible for leading others as well as helping to make quick decisions that serve a patient’s best needs. Aside from the general nursing duties that are required, such as monitoring patients for vital signs, administering medications, maintaining patient records and monitoring the patient’s diet, a registered nurse must also know how to modify patient treatment plans, develop improvement programs and work with the doctors to perform necessary examinations or treatments for the better health of the patient. Registered nurses can create and modify patient records, access care plans, and order medicine from the pharmacy. A nurse must know how to think critically and make sound decisions.
RN Education Requirements
In order to become a registered nurse, you must complete a nursing program that grants you an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in nursing. Most nursing school students decide to pursue a bachelor’s degree in registered nursing, as this can benefit job placements in the future. Aside from obtaining a diploma in registered nursing, the prospective nurse must also obtain a state license, and pass the NCLEX-RN certification exam in order to be considered at any hospital or clinic. It is also a wise idea to pursue additional education, as a registered nurse with a master’s degree makes an even larger salary and is in higher demand than regular nurses. Registered nurses have the ability to oversee other nurses, making it an opportunity for career advancement and an increased living wage.
Registered Nurse Job Market
It has never been a better time to become a registered nurse. With the current state of the market, registered nurses are in more and more demand. There is a huge amount of job growth in the nursing market, with a 19% expansion predicted to occur between now and the year 2022.
With Soliant, you can select from a variety of RN jobs—including ICU, emergency department, operating room, cath lab, critical and more. Search our available registered nurse opportunities below to find the next career for you.
Operating Room Nurse Opportunity in ColoradoCastle Rock, Colorado
Contract Job - Operating Room Nurse - Castle Rock, ColoradoCastle Rock, Colorado
Travel OR RN ColoradoCastle Rock, Colorado
Castle Rock, Colorao - Travel Assignment - Operating Room (OR RN) Registered NurseCastle Rock, Colorado
CVOR RN Assignment - Boulder Colorado - Cardiovascular OR Travel JobBoulder, Colorado
Contract CVOR RN in Boulder, COBoulder, Colorado
Cardio Vascular Operating Room (CVOR RN) Registered Nurse - Boulder, COBoulder, Colorado
Cath Lab Nurse Needed for Contract Assignment - Brighton, ColoradoBrighton, Colorado
Travel Cath Lab Nurse Contract in Brighton, CO - Denver AreaBrighton, Colorado
Secure Your Placement: Cath Lab RN Travel Assignment | Brighton, COBrighton, Colorado
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