Travel Nurse RN - Pediatric Med Surg - $1,987 per week

  • Job Reference: 1326782602-2
  • Date Posted: 16 May 2024
  • Recruiter: Tact Staff
  • Location: Hilo, Hawaii
  • Salary: USD1,987 Per Week
  • Sector: Care in the community, Care workers, Nurses, Senior Care workers
  • Job Type: Contract

Job Description

Tact Staff is seeking a travel nurse RN Pediatric Med Surg for a travel nursing job in Hilo, Hawaii.

Job Description & Requirements
  • Specialty: Pediatric Med Surg
  • Discipline: RN
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Duration: 13 weeks
  • 36 hours per week
  • Shift: 12 hours
  • Employment Type: Travel

Any traveler not currently in
possession of an active State of HI license must apply upon acceptance of
offer. Candidate must have Hawaii License by start of assignment. This is an 34 bed combined post surgical(adults) and pediatric unit. General Job duties. Types of procedures required. Standard RPN III duties/skills. Knowledgeable in surgical pre/postoperative care; some Pediatric nursing. Equipment utilized in the unit/dept. Vital signs machines; IV & PCA pumps; WOWS/EMR charting; Pyxis. Also need to know how to use orthopedic devices like CPM, SCDs, as well as other surgical equipment like NGT/CT suction equipment, foley, diabetic machines, etc. Required skills and minimum years of experience. Standard RPN III skills (at least 1-2 yrs. experience) in order to be proficient in duties and role as a registered nurse; strong work experience in pre/postoperative nursing (i.e. abdominal surgeries, like lap chole/appy, resections, and mastectomies, thyroidectomies, chest tubes, different drainages, etc. Also, orthopedic nursing, like hip/shoulder arthroplasties, etc. If possible traveler who has experience in pediatric nursing. Specific licensures and certifications/registrations required. REQUIRED: BLS. ACLS. PALS and PEARS, strongly suggested. Shift or schedule requirements. Surg/Peds is a 8 to 12 hr shift unit. Our grid for a full unit is 3 RNs. No 'on call' requirement. Must be able to work Shifts/Weekends. Days/Eves shifts (M-F) have a NM/CC. Other shifts, like Nights/Weekends have an assigned charge nurse. Floating to other units/departments. Surg/Peds RNs are expected to float, if needed. Some units are: Medical, ER, pull nurse. Bed size/number of rooms for this unit/dept. Max 34 bed unit. Nurse to patient ratio of this unit. 1 RN to 6 patients. Dress Code: Regular nursing uniforms. Clean/Neat with covered shoes. Staff is assigned a 'egg' monitor as well as name badge, which is considered dress code. No excessive jewelry; No perfume/strong cologne. Finger nails should be short. RN Travelers' orientation covers HR, EMR education with Pyxis, as well as other nursing education. RN Travelers also orient on Surg/Peds Unit & other units, which the RN may float to.

Tact Medical Staffing Job ID . 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 - Medical Surgical - Pediatric

About Tact Staff

Our nurses choose Tact assignments because it provides the opportunity to take on new challenges in their careers while they travel across the United States and gain enriching experiences on a professional and personal level.

Our dedicated team of staffing consultants will work with you and be your advocate as you choose to embark on new assignments. Our team is committed to providing our nurses with the most rewarding healthcare assignments and choices at primer healthcare institutions nationwide. Let us handle the details; you choose the job and location that are right for you.

Be Adventurous, Make a Difference, Travel with Tact.

Be Adventurous - Becoming a travel nurse is not only a professional adventure, but a personal adventure as well. It is an opportunity to challenge yourelf, to explore a new place, and try amazing food

Make a Difference - Nurses make such a huge difference in so many lives. The care and compassion you show to your patients, does not go unoticed. We know how important your jobs is, which is why we take our job as recruiters so seriously. Being able to place nurses in hospitals, where you are doing something as crucial as saving lives, is something we feel thankful to be able to do.

Travel with Tact - From the moment we receive your resume we begin trying to build a relationship with you. We know the importance of becoming your friend, before becoming your recruiter. Building friendly, yet professional relationships allows us to discover what you truly want and don't want in a travel assignment.