ER Nurse Jobs

ER Nurse Jobs

Emergency Room (ER) Nurse Jobs

NursesRx offers positions with emergency room nurse salary options for ER nurses that are among the most lucrative in the industry, allowing clinicians the opportunity to enhance their careers through travel employment at exceptional healthcare facilities throughout the country.

When you choose NursesRx for your ER nursing employment opportunities, you get access to the nation’s premier healthcare facilities including those with which we maintain exclusive staffing relationships. In pursuing travel ER nurse jobs, you’ll expand your career in a wide variety of colorful settings throughout the U.S. and in healthcare facilities ranging from small-town hospitals and clinics to large urban medical centers — and all points in between!

Ready to start your emergency room nursing job search? Browse the information below for details on emergency room nurse salary rates, an emergency room nurse job description, and more — or search search ER nurse jobs available from NursesRx now.

ER nurse jobs focus on providing care for patients suffering from trauma or other illnesses that require emergency attention. The ER nurse recognizes and effectively treats life-threatening conditions, with the ability to deploy rapid assessment and treatment of patients in highly critical situations, particularly during the initial phase of acute illness and trauma, where every second is important. ER travel nursing jobs require knowledge about healthcare on general and specific levels and individuals provide quality care to patients of all ages. Additionally, the ER RN must be prepared to treat a wide variety of illnesses and injuries, ranging from fever to heart attack. The emergency room nurse typically works in a hospital setting, but a variety of other areas may also have a great need for ER nurses, such as urgent care centers, government facilities and schools.

ER nurse jobs available from NursesRx require candidates who, in addition to an RN degree, have become certified in ER nursing. Certification entails passing an Emergency Nurses Association exam. Each NursesRx recruiter will stand by to help travelers acquire any additional state licensures needed for specific travel ER nursing job assignments.

ER nurse salaries vary, with the national median hovering around $70,000, according to the 2012 Nurse Salary Survey from ADVANCE for Nurses. ER nurse salaries will fluctuate depending on the candidate’s level of education and experience, as well as type and location of employment facility (general medical and surgical hospitals, and nursing care facilities tend to offer the highest range of pay).

NursesRx offers ER travel nursing job assignments in each of these settings, providing salaries that often exceed standard earnings within the industry, as well as a wide range of benefits — free housing, expense compensation, friend referral bonuses, free liability insurance, and comprehensive health insurance. We also offer 30 days of insurance coverage between assignments.

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