Advance Team RN Career Opportunities in Georgia & New Hampshire

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September 13, 2020
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Are you looking for a new adventure? Come join the PassportUSA Advance Team!

PassportUSA client hospitals have selected dozens of internationals RNs to join their team, but need help while awaiting their arrivals. Your role is to bridge the gap in their critical staffing needs. You may even be asked to help onboard their PassportUSA nurses as they arrive.As an international RN, and graduate of the PassportUSA program, you’re an ideal nurse for our exciting, high-paying Advance Team opportunities. These are 26-week assignments with relocation assistance and health insurance is provided to you on day one.

The PassportUSA Advance Team currently has open positions available in Georgia and New Hampshire.

Georgia:

  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Specialty: MS
  • $1,661 Estimated weekly take home
  • BLS required
  • Nights Preferred – days available
  • Active GA or Compact license preferred (not required)
  • 2+ years of MS experience
  • Previous travel experience preferred
  • 100-mile radius rule - your permanent tax address cannot be within 100 miles of the facility
  • 1:5-1:6 expected ratio on all MS floors
  • Will be required to work some shifts on low acuity COVID unit – 1:3 ratio
  • No license dings

New Hampshire:

  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Specialty: ICU
  • $1,696 Estimated weekly take home
  • Night shift
  • 36-hour guarantee
  • Shift Length: 12 hours
  • Must be willing and able to float to MS, 1:5 ratio, may float to MS for 50% of the assignment
  • Compact or NH license – Must be active to apply
  • 3 years RN experience required – previous travel experience preferred
  • ACLS & BLS required
  • No license dings

If you are interested in these jobs, please email jane.grise@healthcarousel.com

For additional information about the Advance Team program, check out this Advance Team RN FAQ.

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