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Travel Nurse RN - CVPICU

  • San Antonio, TX
    • 3x12 hrs
    • Days
13 days ago


Cross Country Nurses is seeking a travel nurse RN CVPICU for a travel nursing job in San Antonio, Texas.

Job description & requirements

  • Specialty: CVPICU
  • Discipline: RN
  • Start Date: 02/13/2023
  • Duration: 13 weeks
  • 36 hours per week
  • Shift: 12 hours, days
  • Employment Type: Travel
Job Description

As a pediatric intensive care unit nurse (RN PICU), you will oversee and treat children of all ages who are faced with medically complex or life-threatening health conditions. You will be responsible for monitoring their health and providing necessary care, possibly including life-saving interventions. Due to this large scope of responsibility, you will generally only be assigned a few patients at any given time, allowing you more bandwidth to manage complicated cases. Using patients health histories and current diagnoses, you will develop a personalized patient care plan, implement these treatments, and evaluate how the patient responds, working with the healthcare team to make any necessary adjustments.

  • At least 1 year of recent acute care experience in specialty
  • ASN, ADN, BSN or MSN required

The benefits of taking a travel nursing job with Cross Country include:

  • Private housing available or generous housing allowance
  • Comprehensive health insurance with prescription coverage
  • Dependent health insurance with prescription coverage
  • Competitive salaries
  • Referral bonuses
  • Travel reimbursement
  • 401(k) retirement plan
  • Direct deposit/free checking
  • Unlimited free CE credits
Jordan Even
Jordan Even from Cross Country Nurses
Cross Country Job ID #636146. Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: Registered Nurse / Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Open Heart

About San Antonio, TX

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San Antonio is a south-central Texas city home to one of the state's most iconic landmarks, the Alamo, a historic Spanish mission and fortress. It's an architectural wonder and important part of Texas’ war for independence from Mexico. For 13 days, a small force of Texas volunteers, including American folk heroes James Bowie and Davy Crockett, held off an army of 1,000s of Mexicans until their ultimate defeat and slaughter. The River Walk spanning the San Antonio River is popular among visitors and locals, with many bars, restaurants and shops to visit on foot or via a water taxi. For one of the best views, head to the Tower of the Americas. Built for the 1968 World's Fair, it has an observation platform for gazing out over the city and a restaurant/bar with a revolving floor.

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