Nurses that work in the ER are part of the clinical treatment team answering the call for patients in urgent need. People visit the ER for a range of issues, from serious medical conditions and trauma or injury to strep throat or even a severe case of the common cold. Travel nurses that work short-term ER contracts can expect to build well-varied clinical experience as they explore and check items off their personal bucket lists.
Short-term ER contract nurse jobs through NurseChoice run an average of three to 13 weeks, making it easy to build onto your career in a way that works for you. You'll find options responding to needs for special projects or rapid or crisis response situations.
ER nursing jobs are sought after by RNs as they keep you busy, help you treat patients in need, and let you add numerous skills to your resume. NurseChoice has plenty of ER travel nursing jobs to choose from.
Emergency Room Rapid Response Nursing Jobs
Hospitals or other urgent care facilities often look to staff up with ER rapid response nurses when there's a sudden or more expansive need for clinical staff.
For example, a hospital that has just opened a new ER might need experienced ER nurses quickly — and the same is true for a brand-new hospital. In some cases, special projects, such as reaching out to offer urgent care options to underserved or rural populations, might call for hiring rapid response nurses.
ER Crisis Nursing Jobs
Natural disasters and other emergencies can cause the ER to spill out of hospitals and into other areas. This was seen during the early part of the COVID-19 pandemic when governments and medical facilities set up make-shift treatment centers in stadiums and other buildings. During such times, ER crisis nurses are in high demand.
Salary of an ER Crisis Response Nurse
ER nurse jobs often come with competitive salaries and a number of other perks, and that's true for travel ER nurses as well. Depending on your experience and where your assignment is, you can earn up to $3,110 per week while on assignment as an ER nurse with NurseChoice.
You also get access to great benefits including:
- Bonuses for referring qualified nursing friends to sign on to work with NurseChoice
- Housing stipends or free housing
- Quickstarts to get you on assignment — and earning money — faster
- 401(k) options with matching
- Assistance with keeping up with your nursing license and 24/7 customer support for other matters
- A number of health benefits
NurseChoice Can Help You Design Your Ideal ER Nurse Contract
The recruiters at NurseChoice are standing by, so complete your application today. Experienced recruiters work to understand your career goals and match you with assignments that align with those goals as well as your personal preferences for adventure and exploration.
*Disclaimer: Wages for ER nursing jobs are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.
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