Nightingale Nurses is seeking a travel nurse RN ED - Emergency Department for a travel nursing job in Brick, New Jersey.
Estimated payment breakdown
$3,248 in weekly taxable income
$1,323 in non-taxable stipend
Job description & requirements
- Specialty: ED - Emergency Department
- Discipline: RN
- Start Date: ASAP
- Duration: 13 weeks
- 36 hours per week
- Shift: 12 hours, days, evenings, nights
- Employment Type: Travel
- Perks: 2 years of ER experience BLS, ACLS, PALS required Days, Nights & Evenings available at several locations in NJ at the same rate*
About Nightingale Nurses
the first name in travel nursing
You may not realize it, but as an RN with real world hospital experience, you are legendary. To the lives you’ve helped save, the patients you’ve cared for, and to the hospitals where you’ve done it. And you’re just getting started.
Legendary is where Nightingale begins. We’re the first name in travel nursing, representing only the very best RNs. That’s why hospitals prefer us, allowing us to offer exceptional travel nursing assignments all over the US, as well as the highest pay rates and most extensive benefits in the industry.
Nightingale facilitates every aspect of your travel nursing assignment, so you can focus on doing what you do best. We want you to grow, explore, and enjoy unrivaled liberty, the freedom to nurse.
One of the worst company to work for. Liars, thieves and a disloyal company.
I haven’t had issues like I’ve seen others have posted. Nightingale was my first experience with travel nursing and my contact, Jeff Winstel, was great. In fact, I still check in with him after a few years since I’ve worked with them to keep in touch and see what’s out there. Anytime Nightingale calls me with a different recruiter, I always tell them I’ll only work with Jeff. I’m sorry others haven’t had a good experience with Nightingale but when I worked with them, no issues.
Garbage company. They submitted me for a contract to NYC and they refused to add or remove any clauses into contracts. They insisted it was a 1-size fits all, and all contracts with all companies nation wide were basically the same (red flag.). They had all sorts of provisions written into the contract to pay you minimum wage and to not pay you your stipends. When questioned they eluded to that i was an inexperienced traveler and “thats not how we do business” (referring to what was in the contract) and would not address my contract specifically but spoke about generalities about how contracts are in general. Then after i walked away, I got an anonymous call telling me “i was famous” on the internet for yelling at recruiters (whatever that means). They are bitter, vindictive, and not transparent with doing business. Do not go with Nightinggale or their parent company AMN.
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