RNnetwork is seeking a travel nurse RN ED - Emergency Department for a travel nursing job in Baltimore, Maryland.
Job description & requirements
- Specialty: ED - Emergency Department
- Discipline: RN
- Start Date: 12/19/2022
- Duration: 13 weeks
- 40 hours per week
- Shift: 12 hours, nights
- Employment Type: Travel
We are seeking an experienced and self motivated emergency room registered nurse to join our growing team of nursing professionals!
ER nurses will offer the skills to provide direct patient care effectively and efficiently with the ability to triage and manage a variety of diverse health care needs. ER nurses have the ability to perform all nursing duties in accordance with the state nurse practice act while adhering to all facility policies and procedures. ER RNs provide effective communication to patient/family, team members, and other healthcare professionals for all ER patients.
Take advantage of this great opportunity and call today!
- Weekly pay
- Holiday Pay
- Guaranteed Hours
- 401k retirement plan
- Pet insurance
- Company provided housing options
- Sick pay
- Referral bonus
- Employee assistance programs
- Medical benefits
- Dental benefits
- Vision benefits
- Benefits start day 1
About Baltimore, MD
Located midway between the North and the South, Baltimore is one of the oldest cities in the U.S. and the nation's capital for a short time during the Revolutionary War. It was here, at Fort McHenry, where Francis Scott Key saw the American flag flying overhead, inspiring him to pen The Star-Spangled Banner. Discover America’s history, from gilded-age mansions and national historic trails to the Edgar Allan Poe House and Fort McHenry National Monument. The Inner Harbor is one of the most popular areas, housing museums, restaurants, nightlife hotspots and one of the city's top attractions, the National Aquarium. It hosts some 660 animal species, including Bottlenose dolphins and puffins. This area also boasts many shopping and dining venues, and from here, you can catch a water taxi for a fun and different way to see the sites.
Vivian rates working as a Travel Emergency Department Nurse in Baltimore, MD
One of the largest travel nursing companies in the nation, RNnetwork is recognized as the industry’s gold standard. Founded in 1998, RNnetwork has built an excellent reputation by making the needs of our travel nurses our top priority. Our ability to combine the friendly, personal service of a small company with the benefits, resources, and stability of our strong, stable parent company—CHG Healthcare Services—gives our nurses the best of both worlds.
Because we focus only on travel nursing, we do it better than anyone else. Our goal is to make your career as a travel nurse the most rewarding, most enjoyable experience possible. We offer job opportunities for our travel nurses in every specialty in a full range of settings—from large hospitals in fast-paced cities to quiet, peaceful environments in rural communities.
The primary link between our travel nurses and their potential employers, RNnetwork recruiters work tirelessly to achieve the salary, shift, and setting that best serves each nurse’s needs. The personal care and one-on-one attention you receive from RNnetwork distinguishes us from our competitors.
- We will provide you with the best service around the clock, wherever and whenever you need us, in a way that ensures you have a rewarding travel nurse experience.
- We build your trust by proving to you every day that you made the right decision when you chose RNnetwork as your travel nurse agency.
- RNnetwork recruiters are skilled across all nursing specialties and are expert in matching your abilities and preferences with the needs of our client facilities.
- Our recruiters handle all the details, from credentials and licensing to housing and travel arrangements.
- We’re always on call. You can call RNnetwork anytime, day or night for 24/7 access to an RNnetwork manager who will immediately take care of your needs.
LACK OF RESPONSE!!!
Applied...profile 100%...messaged....GOT NO RESPONSE...It has been 2 days since I applied! Have never worked for this company before...so this is quite disappointing...LACK OF RESPONSE!!
This is the first company that I worked a travel contract for and it will be the last time I work for them. My recruiter sold me low on the pay, I was not fully aware what the going rate was in the area that I went to. When I got to the facility, I learned from other travelers how much they were making, I called my recruiter to talk to her about it. She acted liked she didn't understand why I was so upset about making $11 less an hour than my co-workers...yes, that is no typo...$11 less. I was new to nursing then and very new to traveling so was very green and she took advantage of it. I finished the contract because I liked the facility and new I wanted to return, but only with the other company that was paying $11 more. My recruiter that was dishonest also said she had never heard of the company that was paying so much more and tried to downplay their benefits, however, the beni's were just as good as RN Network's. My recruiter appeared totally clueless of the market at that hospital. Recruiter was unapologetic for her deceit, only for getting caught in the middle of it. 1 week after finshing the contract she actually called me to see if I wanted her to place me at another facility. I told her to get lost, there were more reputable companies out there and I eventually have found them.
Been with company for 2 assignments - no complains. Recruiter stays on top of things. Paycheck biweekly on time/accurate. Offers 401k match up to 5% - love that benefit. Pay average. Benefits average. It's a very reputable and big company based in Florida. Will go with them again on next assignment to Florida.