Supplemental Health Care is working with a hospital in Los Angeles, California to hire NICU RNs. For more than 30 years, we've specialized in helping nurses find the assignments that best fit their current needs and long-term career goals. Whether you're just starting out or a veteran Registered Nurse, we'd love to get to know you and talk about the options that are available.
NICU RN Contract Details:
- $2,205 - $2,464 per week
- 13-week contract with possibility to extend
- Provide neonatal care for pediatric patients
- Provide care for neonatal patients recovering from complex surgery or treatments and may be on medication drips, ventilator, central lines, arterial lines, CVP, or foleys
- Monitor patient vitals and telemetry strips and intervene as necessary
- Travel pay packages including housing and meals allowance are available
Apply online today to learn more about these NICU RN positions and to start the placement process.
Supplemental Health Care offers a wide variety of industry-leading benefits including:
- Full medical, dental, vision, life, and even pet insurance to provide you with the coverage you need whenever you need it.
- Round-the-clock support. No matter where you are or what time it is, Supplemental Health Care is standing by.
- Our Share the Care program is the most dynamic, profitable referral program in the industry, to learn more about Share the Care check out shccares.com/referrals.
- SHC offers a 401k Retirement Savings Program to both full-time and part-time employees with company matching and a wide range of investment options.
- Discounted and free online access to CEU courses through Supplemental University. Through our online CEU options, you have access to the courses you need on your schedule.
- California RN License or Compact State RN License
- American Heart Association BLS
- NRP or NALS
- ACLS certification
- PALS certification
- 2 years of recent relevant experience
- PALS preferred
Supplemental Health Care will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state, or federal law. For this type of employment, Kentucky state law requires a criminal record check as a condition of employment.