Nowhere in the US has nature been left untouched like Wyoming. The varied landscape including plains, deserts, and the gorgeous Rocky Mountains will give you views to brag about during a Travel Nursing contract.
Wyoming holds one of the most famous attractions in the United States, Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone is known for its unbelievable wildlife including grizzly and black bears, elk, and buffalo, to name a few. Visitors can see and experience natural geysers, mud pots, and hot springs. This is just one piece of nearly half the state that is designated as public space, meaning visitors are free to roam and explore. It's a Travel Nurse's dream come true.
To soak in the true Western experience, spend some time on a dude ranch or go to Frontier Days and witness the world's largest outdoor rodeo, a Wyoming way of life.
Adrenaline junkies will feel right at home in Wyoming, where you can try downhill skiing and snowboarding or river rafting among some of the world's most beautiful scenery. Those who prefer a different type of exploration will find no shortage of cultural and dining experiences in Cheyenne and Casper, the two largest cities in the state.
The beauty of the state and variety of activities to be explored make Wyoming the perfect location for an RN contract assignment. Call Nurses PRN to see what's available!
A Float Nurse is able to work in several areas of the facility and it is typical to move between floors, possibly during the same shift. Some Float RN have regular shifts, some do not â€“ this depends on what the facility needs. A Float Registered Nurse has to be flexible but also has more control over when they work.
As a Float Registered Nurse your responsibilities
- Assisting during times of strangely heavy workloads.
- Ability to assume the responsibilities of absent nurses.
- Complete the duties of the normal floor registered nurse without interruption.
One year of experience as a Float RN within the past two years.
- Current Nursing License in good standing.
- Current Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.