PICU Travel Nurse Jobs

JOB REQUIREMENTS AND EXPECTATIONS  - PEDIATRIC ICU TRAVEL NURSE
 
As a Pediatric Intensive Care RN, you will be responsible for managing the care of the infant, toddler, preschool, school age or adolescent patient experiencing severe, and often life threatening problems requiring moderately complex assessment, moderately intensive therapies and interventions, and moderate levels of nursing vigilance. Fastaff Travel Nursing has the highest paying Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Nursing jobs available. Join our team and share your expertise across the country.
  • At least 1 year of acute care – hospital based – Pediatric ICU Nurse experience.
  • BLS, and PALS credentials (certifications may vary by location)
  • The PICU Travel RN reports directly to the Clinical Manager
  • Travel Nurse job activities match staff nurse responsibilities and include:
     
    • Must be able to conduct an individualized patient assessment, prioritizing the data collection based on the patient’s immediate condition or needs within timeframe specified by client facility’s policies, procedures or protocols.
    • Conducts ongoing assessments as determined by the patient’s condition and/or the client facility’s policies, procedures or protocols and reprioritizes care accordingly.
    • Develops plan of care that is individualized for the patient reflecting collaboration with other members of the healthcare team.
    • Performs appropriate treatments as ordered by physician in an accurate and timely manner.

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Job Title Specialty Location Rate Start Date PHP
PICU Nurse - Pediatric ICU Travel Nurse - Day Shift - 51747
PICU
Indiana $40/hr
08/04/2014
Compact State: No
Walk Through State: No
  • Length:8 weeks
  • Compensation:$1,440/wk ($40/Hr)
  • Shift:Day

For more than a century, this facility has been a leader in providing the latest medical services to meet the needs of a thriving community. Their care has since extended into both northern Indiana and southern Michigan to offer high quality services through their regional centers for cancer, cardiac care, childbirth, emergency care and rehabilitation. As the region's only designated children's hospital, they welcome and treat children with a wide variety of medical and surgical diagnoses from more than 20 referral hospitals throughout Southwestern Michigan and Northern Indiana. Their world-class team includes pediatric hospitalists and intensivists, registered nurses, child life specialists, pediatric diabetic educators, pediatric dietitians, social workers, neonatologists, pediatric oncologists, respiratory therapists, clinical nurse specialists, pastoral care, and pediatric specialists in physical therapy, pulmonary medicine and infectious disease.

Travel Nurse - RN - PICU Registered Nurse - 51688
PICU
California $60/hr
08/04/2014
Compact State: No
Walk Through State: No
  • Length:13 weeks
  • Compensation:$3,360/wk ($60/Hr - $90.00 Overtime)
  • Shift:Night

This facility is part of the largest not-for-profit organization in the United States and provides care throughout eight regions of the US.  The assignment is near San Francisco, which is renown for its chilly summer fog, steep rolling hills, eclectic mixture of architecture and its peninsular location surrounded on three sides by the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay.  Famous landmarks includ the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, cable cars, Coit Tower and Chinatown.

Travel Nurse - RN - PICU Registered Nurse - 51643
PICU
New York $55/hr
08/12/2014
Compact State: No
Walk Through State: No
  • Length:8 weeks
  • Compensation:$2,860/wk ($55/Hr - $82.50 Overtime)
  • Shift:Night

This 1119 bed facility was established over 100 years ago and is rich with pioneering medical treatment for chronic illnesses and ranks among the top one percent of all U.S. hospitals for investments in medical innovation and cutting-edge technology. As a major academic medical center, this hospital builds excellence with the top health care providers and devoted staff who deliver seamless, coordinated care to millions of residents in the New York metropolitan region.

Travel Nurse - RN - PICU Registered Nurse - 51479
PICU
New Jersey $43/hr
08/12/2014
Compact State: No
Walk Through State: No
  • Length:8 weeks
  • Compensation:$2,236/wk ($43/Hr - $64.50 Overtime)
  • Shift:Night

This 529 bed teaching facility has specialty services including northern New Jersey's only Level 1 Trauma Center (incorporating a trauma-intensive care unit and the NorthSTAR helicopter emergency and critical care transport system), a regional center for neonatal intensive care, the Acute Stroke Center, the New Jersey Cardiovascular Institute (NJCI), the Cochlear Implant Program, a neurosurgical intensive care unit and a special Brain Tumor Program, the Neurological Institute of New Jersey, a federally designated spinal cord injury program, The University Center for Bloodless Surgery and Medicine, and New Jersey's first Liver Transplant Program in the business district.

The financial, commercial, and transportation nucleus of the Garden State, this city is also a thriving cultural hub, filled with events and attractions for visitors from near and far. From festivals and parades to museums and musical venues, there is something for everyone to explore and enjoy. To say nothing of the diverse culinary adventures awaiting inquisitive palates. Portuguese, Spanish, Brazilian, Greek, and soul food are but a few of the many cuisines to be found in restaurants. Home to the Weequahic Golf Course and numerous parks and recreation centers, it is also a destination for sports enthusiasts. And with the new Train-to-Plane this city is both easy to get to and a great place to stay.
 

 

Travel Nurse - RN - PICU Registered Nurse - 51478
PICU
New Jersey $43/hr
08/12/2014
Compact State: No
Walk Through State: No
  • Length:8 weeks
  • Compensation:$2,236/wk ($43/Hr - $64.50 Overtime)
  • Shift:Day

This 529 bed teaching facility has specialty services including northern New Jersey's only Level 1 Trauma Center (incorporating a trauma-intensive care unit and the NorthSTAR helicopter emergency and critical care transport system), a regional center for neonatal intensive care, the Acute Stroke Center, the New Jersey Cardiovascular Institute (NJCI), the Cochlear Implant Program, a neurosurgical intensive care unit and a special Brain Tumor Program, the Neurological Institute of New Jersey, a federally designated spinal cord injury program, The University Center for Bloodless Surgery and Medicine, and New Jersey's first Liver Transplant Program in the business district.

The financial, commercial, and transportation nucleus of the Garden State, this city is also a thriving cultural hub, filled with events and attractions for visitors from near and far. From festivals and parades to museums and musical venues, there is something for everyone to explore and enjoy. To say nothing of the diverse culinary adventures awaiting inquisitive palates. Portuguese, Spanish, Brazilian, Greek, and soul food are but a few of the many cuisines to be found in restaurants. Home to the Weequahic Golf Course and numerous parks and recreation centers, it is also a destination for sports enthusiasts. And with the new Train-to-Plane this city is both easy to get to and a great place to stay.
 

 

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