Travel Nurse - RN - MS - Medical Surgical - $1,705 per week

Critical Access Vital Connections
13 weeks
3x12 hr nights

Job Overview

Estimated Pay Package:

Includes both taxable pay and non-taxable stipends
Discipline: RN
Specialty: MS
Shift: 3x12 hr nights
Start: ASAP (may be flexible)
Hours: 36/week
Type: Travel
Duration: 13 weeks

Job Details

A facility in Glens Falls, NY is looking for a Med Surg Registered Nurse (MS RN). 

Must have a minimum 2 years of experience and New York State (NYS) license. 

Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) required. 

Travel experience preferred. 

Every other weekend commitment, no call.

48 hour contract is a possibility but NO OT BILLED OUT FOR 48 Hour Contracts.

Med Surg-130 beds, Tele 46, 12 overflow beds.

Nurse-patient ratio-1:6 nights/1:4 days.

Charting: Cerner

Valid New York State nursing license required.

2 years current experience required.



Must have a minimum 2 years of experience and New York State (NYS) license.

Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) required.

Travel experience preferred.

Every other weekend commitment, no call.

Valid New York State nursing license required.

2 years current experience required.


$1705 / Gross (36 Hours)

$1057 ($672 Housing, $385 Meals)

$56 / OT, Call Back, Holidays

$648 / PTO Bonus

About Critical Access Vital Connections

CAVC, LLC is the brainchild of CEO Terri-Jane Siega, BS, RN. Being a former business owner, having gone through a career change which landed her in the exciting, challenging, ever changing world of healthcare, her desire to create a company with a completely different way of doing business has come to fruition. Utilizing a business model built on the ideal, "The belief that the only regret a person should have to live with is not learning from the life they have lived through" and incorporating the values "pay it forward always, hard work deserves to be rewarded, respect is necessary, and inspiration is contagious", Critical Access Vital Connections will absolutely leave a lasting mark on the healthcare industry and how employees are treated as well as compensated.