Experience New Brunswick
Are you a registered nurse (RN) who specializes in medical surgical intensive care units and/or cardiac units? If so, this opportunity will be a great fit!
This assignment will take you to the 24-bed intensive care unit of Saint John Regional Hospital in New Brunswick, the province’s largest tertiary care hospital and primary health care referral centre for major trauma and cardiac care. We offer contract options starting at 13 weeks and don’t worry about the travel expenses and nursing license fees, we have that covered!
During the travel nursing assignment, you will receive…
- Full-time employment in an adult Critical Care setting, with both Medical Surgical and Cardiac Care patient populations
- On-site training and on-going support, enabling you to practice safely and confidently
- Regular support from Carecor’s healthcare staff supervisors who connect and ensure you’re having the best experience
- Eligibility to participate in employee groups benefits program
- An exceptionally high wage, paid housing, paid travel, and paid licensure
- Experience our famous East Coast lifestyle, enjoying Atlantic Canadian Hospitality while exploring over 50 beaches, 9 provincial parks, world's Highest Tides.
- Will be scheduled to work approximately 144 hours a month
- Flexible to work all shifts (days, evenings, and nights), including weekdays, weekends and statutory holidays.
- Occasionally able to be scheduled for assignments that are considered “urgent/last minute/early morning” (e.g. called for assignments within 2 hours or less from start of shift)
Your Duties and Responsibilities
- Establish, monitor and deliver skilled nursing care to critically ill clients as directed by the nursing care plan and in accordance with all required internal and external professional practice standards
- As required, provide support and direction to licensed practical nurses and unlicensed staff involved in direct client care
- Receive and transcribe physician’s orders
- Understands and implements infection prevention practices
- Maintains confidentiality of client information and care
- Current practicing license is active and in good standing with your respective provincial College
- Critical Care Nursing training from an recognized institution/site, including at least 1950 hours of critical care work experience within the last 2 years
- Transfer of active practicing license will be required, without restrictions, with the Nurses Association of New Brunswick
- Proof of current ACLS certification .
- Must be willing to undergo police background check
For over 35 years, we proudly attract and retain staff to our professionally skilled and supportive team. We specialize in acute healthcare and have expanded our reach through acquisitions, partnerships, and additional service offerings - becoming a predominant staffing agency in Ontario and Nova Scotia. Our reputation of quality is enhanced by the dedication of our people and the relationships we build. We are committed to connecting employees with flexible and rewarding work to meet their personal and professional goals. We provide clients with a full spectrum of healthcare workers specialized in patient care, digital health, and medical administration. In addition to celebrating our quality staff, we are proud recipients of the “Exemplary Standing” award from Accreditation Canada.
We thank all applicants who apply. Only those selected for interview will be contacted.
Job Types: Full-time, Contract
- medical Surgical or Cardiac critical care: 2 years (Required)