White Glove Placement is seeking a travel nurse RN Labor and Delivery for a travel nursing job in Sharon, Connecticut.
Job description & requirements
- Specialty: Labor and Delivery
- Discipline: RN
- Start Date: ASAP
- Duration: 13 weeks
- 34 hours per week
- Shift: 8 hours, days, nights
- Employment Type: Travel
- Weekly pay
- Company provided housing options
- Sick pay
- Wellness and fitness programs
- Referral bonus
- Medical benefits
- Dental benefits
About Sharon, CT
Vivian rates working as a Travel Labor and Delivery Nurse in Sharon, CT
About White Glove Placement
White Glove Placement, Inc., recruits nurses for some of the most sought-after travel nursing jobs at hospitals, nursing homes, schools, clinics, correctional facilities, group homes, homecare and more. If you enjoy traveling and new experiences, you will have the opportunity to expand your horizons as a White Glove travel nurse for one of the best travel nursing companies.
Your cultural repertoire will be enhanced by the nuances and diversity of New York and the Northeast. In addition, you will have access to an array of recreational activities that may include visiting historic landmarks, majestic skyscrapers, Broadway plays, exotic cuisines and multiple entertainment venues.
Trust the best travel nursing agency to find the perfect position for you. Live your best professional life with the best travel nursing jobs, with the best salary, in exciting and exotic places.
Quick onboarding process!
The recruiters did an amazing job in finding the perfect job for me. The onboarding process was extremely quick and efficient, and their communication is great! Highly recommend this company!
AVOID THIS AGENCY!!
Initially my experience with White Glove was good- my recruiter was great at keeping me updated, answered all of my questions, and the hiring process was quick. After the end of my first 13 weeks I agreed to extend; that’s when things took a turn. There were odd discrepancies with my pay and it took asking several people for help multiple times before I got any answers and my pay fixed. I wasn’t thrilled with White Glove but loved the facility I was working at, so I extended again- and almost immediately regretted it. A few weeks into the extension they told me my rate was actually supposed to be lower than agreed upon. Then at random intervals payroll would withhold huge chunks of my pay a day before it was due to be direct deposited with no explanation whatsoever. After numerous attempts to contact payroll and figure out what was going wrong, they admitted they errored and I would see what was owed to me in my next paycheck. This happened at least four times. Payroll somehow thought I was working at a totally different facility. From time to time my stipend was incorrect and when confronted they “would fix it in my next pay.” Then my recruiter left and I was never notified. I could go on and on, but suffice to say I will never work with them again. There are great agencies out there but this is absolutely not one of them.
White glove has been an excellent agency to work for! There is a bit of items to do to get started, however well worth it! Stacy and Faigy are my contacts. They have been available, knowledgeable and helpful the entire time. I would highly recommend them to anyone.
They will work diligently to get you an assignment. Their team is prompt and responsive. Many openings and opportunities for extensions. I've extended several times already.