June 24, 2009

Hot Jobs 42: Nursing Jobs

It’s a scorcher out there! But it’s even hotter in here (hahaha) with these red hot jobs this week! All punning aside, as you probably know by now, Wednesday is Hot Jobs day here at the JobMonkey blog.

That’s when I post three hot new job openings from our job database at the JobMonkey Job Center.

There are a ton of great new job leads over at the Job Center right now, including many exciting nursing positions. If you are interested in learning more about the nursing profession, and particularly about opportunities for traveling nurses, be sure to check out JobMonkey’s Guide to Nursing Jobs.

1. Nurse Clinician Job, Duke University Health System, Durham, NC
Duke University is seeking a nurse clinician to coordinate plans for the professional development of the nursing staff and to practice specialized patient care. The ideal candidate will hold a Bachelors of Science in Nursing, an Associate Degree in Nursing or a Nursing Diploma program, as well as State of North Carolina RN licensure.  Additionally, the candidate must have at least three years of registered nursing (RN) experience.

2. Camp Nursing Jobs, Shaffer’s High Sierra Camp, Tahoe National Forest, CA
Shaffer’s High Sierra Camp is seeking a number of licensed registered nurses for its summer camp. The job duties will include monitoring the health care of campers; implementing the camp’s health screening for arriving campers; providing first aid to campers as necessary; maintaining the camp’s health records; arranging for emergency medical care; and implementing the camp health care plan. The ideal candidate will have current CPR and first aid certifications, be trained in universal precautions for infection control, have experience working with children in a wilderness setting.

3. Registered Nurse for Cardiovascular Intensive Care, University Medical Center, Tucson, AZ
Tucson’s University Medical Center is seeking an RN for its Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit to provide basic nursing care to patients. The ideal candidate will be licensed to practice professional nursing in the state of Arizona, have at least one year of recent acute care experience required, and preferably have one year cardiac care or telemetry experience.

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