Every traveling RN has a checklist of their own when looking for a contract, and Nebraska is one of those rare states that can check off those boxes for pretty much everyone. From nature lovers and adventure seekers to sports enthusiasts and city dwellers, there is some piece of the Cornhusker State for everyone.
Omaha tends to be one of the go-to cities in Nebraska for travel nurses who prefer an urban setting. With several universities in the city, there are always new restaurants, bars, and museums to check out. Nebraska is known for its steakhouses, so meat lovers should be sure to stop. The Old Market is the place to go for the best food in the city. Omaha dwellers and visitors enjoy weekly live music at Jazz on the Green and get local produce at the Omaha Farmer's Market. The city also has several unique parks such as Heartland of America Park, where you can check out a night time water show. Art enthusiasts will feel right at home among Omaha's many museums and galleries.
Lincoln is another popular city destination in Nebraska, and at the heart of Lincoln (and all Nebraska) natives is Huskers football. Travel nurses doubling as football fans, take advantage of your time off and see a game at Memorial Stadium.
If you travel in search of beautiful natural views and outdoor activity, this is the place for you to be. The landscape varies from plains to pine forests to badlands, so there is always a new view to discover. Hikers and history buffs can follow the Oregon Trail or the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, and water bugs can canoe, kayak or tube down the Niobrara River.
Nebraska has something for every kind of travel nurse. On top of that, its residents are known for being friendly and hospitable. If you're finding yourself checking off the boxes for your next contract, give Nurses PRN a call!
Nurse Managers are in charge of the day to day functions of a facility’s nursing unit. Nurse Managers work to improve the care patients get, even though their contact with patients may be limited. Nurse Managers focus mainly on managerial duties for their entire office.
As a Nurse Manager your responsibilities consist of:
- Hiring and retaining staff members.
- Organizing training sessions.
- Handle employee reviews and employee advancement programs.
- Managing employee schedules.
- Drafting policies and procedures to advance the department and the way patients are taken care of.
- Creating budgets for departments.
- Tracking monthly expenses.
- Buying equipment and supplies.
One year of experience as a Nurse Manager within the past two years.
- Active Nursing License in good standing.
- Up to date Basic Life Support from American Heart Association.
- Negative Drug Screen.
- Competitive salary based upon experience
- Full benefits package
- Potential for Sign on Bonus
- Relocation assistance provided as needed