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Registered Nurse CVOR

Stability HealthCare

This is a Contract position in Druid Hills, GA posted January 5, 2022.

CVOR nurse jobs focus on the treatment of cardiovascular patients, including operating bypass machines and administering anesthesia. They care for cardiovascular patients before, during and following surgical procedures. REQUIREMENTS * Active BLS, CNOR, ACLS and/or PALS from the American Heart Association * Active professional license within the state of practice * Specialty-related certifications are preferred and may be required for specific positions * CVOR Experience in a hospital setting * Minimum of 2 years of experience as an RN TRAVEL NURSING JOB DETAILS * Weekly Pay: $1,927.00 per week * Location: Atlanta,GA * Shift Schedule: Days * Assignment Duration: 13 Weeks * Weekly Hours: 36 Hours BENEFITS Day 1 Health Insurance (Medical, Dental, Vision), Flexible Housing Options, Guaranteed Stipend: Facility Cancelled Shifts, PTO Program, Weekly Pay, Paid Compliance Cost, Referral Bonuses, Extra Shift Bonuses, 401(k) Plan, Upto $600 Travel Reimbursement ABOUT STABILITY HEALTHCARE At Stability, we have built a nurse friendly platform that simplifies finding travel nursing jobs without the need for a recruiter. We believe in pay transparency and that is why we aggregate thousands of jobs from hospitals hourly displaying full pay rates creating a no-haggle no-hassle job search approach. Once a nurse selects an assignment of their choice, we then empower the nurses with an easy profile generator allowing nurses to submit themselves for an interview with confidence knowing they’ve booked an open job with the pay and location of their choice. Stability displays to their nurses the best travel nursing jobs allowing for faster submissions, scheduling of Interviews, and ultimately landing our nurses their preferred assignment.