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Travel Step Down RN (Registered Nurse)

Company: Fortus Healthcare Resources
Location: Rochester
Posted on: January 25, 2023

Job Description: is seeking a Step Down Registered Nurse for 13 weeks for an immediate opening in Rochester, NY.

Looking for candidates with 1 year of Step Down experience.

At Fortus, we believe in an environment where you feel included, valued, and respected. We have been working with healthcare professionals for over 25 years and strive to find the perfect match for each candidate's needs. Powered by, Fortus Healthcare Resources helps you find your next job faster by pairing cutting edge technology with years of proven, hands-on recruiting and job matching experience.

Whether you're hoping to stay near home or looking to travel throughout the United States, our experienced recruiters have the skills to match you with one of the thousands of jobs from hundreds of providers we have access to!

Talk with a recruiter today to find the best position for you!

Fortus Travel also offers some of the best benefits in the industry, including:

Day 1 Benefits: Health, Dental, and Vision
Customized Compensation Packages
Certification & License Reimbursement
A single point of contact for HR, payroll, housing & transportation.
Free CEU's while on assignments
Weekly paycheck.
24/hour support
401K with employer matching
Bonus Programs
Travel Allowance or Transportation if needed.
Access to the best travel healthcare jobs available.

Fortus Healthcare Resources is also JACHO Certified Healthcare Staffing Agency, assisting our healthcare partners in upholding the highest standards of patient care.

Keywords: Fortus Healthcare Resources, Rochester , Travel Step Down RN (Registered Nurse), Healthcare , Rochester, New York

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