Medtrust, LLC

Registered Nurse - Interventional Radiology

Location US-TX-San Antonio
Posted Date 1 week ago(2/12/2018 11:59 AM)
Job ID
2015-2178
Experience (Years)
1

Responsibilities

Registered Nurse - Interventional Radiology Nurse
IR RN - SAMMC.  Registered Nurse with Interventional Radiology/Cardiac Cath Lab experience needed for employment opportunity available in the Interventional Radiology Clinic at the San Antonio Military Medical Center (SAMMC).  

Position Offers:
• Comprehensive Military Procedures Training

• Full benefits & competitive pay
• Full time, 40 hour Schedule / Monday - Friday work week: 7a-3:30p & 8:30a-5p
• NO ON-CALL REQUIREMENTS


Send your resume with relevant experience to Angela, aaelvoet@medtruststaffing.com for immediate consideration.

Contact me at #210-319-4140, to discuss position details and requirements.

As a MedTrust team member, you are eligible for the following benefits:
• Medical
• Dental
• Vision
• Life Insurance & Long Term Disability
• 401K
• Paid Time Off
• Federal Holidays
• CEU Reimbursement

Qualifications

Duties:
As a MedTrust employee your duties and responsibilities will be the same as any other registered nurse on the same unit. Duties can include but are not limited to the following; team lead, charge nurse, precept, orientates, rapid response and other tasks as needed.  The IR RN is involved with the assessment, planning, and care of patients who undergo diagnostic, interventional, and therapeutic procedures. Provides pre, intra and post-procedural care for IR cases.  Must have conscious sedation certification or willing to undergo certification within 60 days of hire.

 

Requirements:
Associate or Baccalaureate degree from an accredited nursing program
Valid Registered Nursing license from any US jurisdiction
BLS, ACLS & PALS Certification

Conscious Sedation Certification
**2 years full-time IR/Cath Lab RN experience OR 2 years of full-time ICU RN experience applicable**

 

MedTrust LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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