AMERICAN TRAVELER has a Travel RN Critical Care job opening in Alexandria VA .
American Traveler provides Registered Nurses with high-paying jobs in the best locations and healthcare facilities in the country.
We staff top hospitals:
university teaching facilities, regional community hospitals, outpatient centers, rehab centers, and skilled nursing facilities. Our travel assignments offer:
Health, dental, vision and life insurance - including Day 1 options
Free private housing
Travel and licensure reimbursement
401(k), plus much more.
- All Registered Nurse candidates must have have or be able to obtain a valid professional license within the state of practice, proof of right to work in the United States, two years' experience in a hospital setting, and valid BLS. Specialty-related certifications are preferred and may be required for specific registered nurse and travel nurse positions.
- Critical care nurses specialize in treating critically ill patients in general intensive care units, post-op units, burn units, and other specialized, intensive care units. Most critical care travel positions are in hospitals, but CC RNs can choose from many different subspecialties including Cardiovascular ICU, Surgical ICU, Medical ICU, Burn ICU, and Neuro ICU, among others. Some rehabilitation facilities also use critical care nurses because of their skills with ventilators and tracheostomy tubes. An important function of critical care nurses is to provide education and support to patients and their families.
- Virginia travel nursing jobs may place you near the historical city of Alexandria, where art venues, galleries and great restaurants line the Potomac River. The city's historic waterfront district is a hotbed of cafes and eateries serving everything from cool Caribbean and authentic Italian, to burgers and fries. Virginia nursing job professionals enjoy days and weekends on the beach and road trips to Washington D.C. for high-end shopping, libraries and social networking. You may also tour the beautiful horse country in and around Charlottesville or Richmond. Don't forget to stop in at Monticello, home of Thomas Jefferson.