$40-$50K ER/ICU Registered Nurse needed for night shift in Paris, TX
Salary: $40,000 - $50,000 Compensation Benefits - Full Commission Compensation - No Bonus Eligible - No Overtime Eligible - Yes Relocation Assistance Available - Yes Interview Travel Reimbursed - Yes
Job Description: Provides direct and indirect patient care in the critical care setting. Communicates with physicians about changes in patient's clinical condition including hemodynamic monitoring, results of diagnostic studies and symptomatology. Is able to respond quickly and accurately to changes in condition or response to treatment. Additionally, is able to perform general nursing duties in all departments with adequate supervision. Participates in performance improvement and CQI activities. Performs other duties as assigned. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Current state of Texas Registered Nurse Licensure. Two or more years of recent critical care experience, preferred. Successful completion of critical care course preferred. Current ACLS and BLS certification. Able to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing. Additional languages preferred. Basic computer knowledge. -36 to 48 Hours per Week
Experience Required: 2+ to 5 years of experience Management Experience Required - No Willingness to Travel - Never
Only candidates who meet all requirements will be considered.
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About The Area: Paris, Texas is the second largest Paris in the world, with some 13 cities and communities scattered throughout the United States with the same name. The city was named "Best Small Town in Texas" in 1998 by Kevin Heubusch in his book The New Rating Guide to Life in America's Small Cities.
With a city population of 25,000 plus an additional 23,000 residents in the county, the population base serves as the hub for healthcare and retail for Northeast Texas and Southeast Oklahoma.
Once noted for its agriculture economic base where cotton was king, Lamar County is the home to three noted Fortune 500 companies-Campbell's Soup, Kimberly-Clark Corporation and Sara Lee Bakery. With a diverse industrial base, some 5,500-6,000 jobs are linked to these and smaller companies in the city and county.
Speaking in Paris several years ago, noted radio commentator Paul Harvey described the place we call home as "Where tomorrow fell in love with yesterday and side by side they lived happily ever after."
Our community is graced with dozens of vintage homes and unique architecture which sets the stage for a thriving community and a contemporary lifestyle. An array of cultural events, historical, scenic and recreational sites and community activities along with a rich selection of youth events makes this a great place for young families to raise children and older citizens to spend their retirement years!
In addition, you'll find: Two 18-hole golf courses; one nine-hole course Lakes throughout Northeast Texas and Southeast Oklahoma for boating, fishing, camping recreation (including Pat Mayse Lake, Lake Fork, Lake Crook and Beaver's Bend State Park in Southeast Oklahoma.) Multiple industrial parks for a growing business environment Regional junior college with recognized technology programs and health education opportunities Our own 65-foot- tall Eiffel Tower complete with a red cowboy hat! Year-around adult and youth sports programs Four-year university, Texas A&M-Commerce, only 38 miles away offering undergraduate and graduate studies. Annual events such as Festival of Pumpkins, Paris Art Fair, Red River Valley Fair, Tour de Paris Bicycle Rally, Uncle Jesse's (the late Denver Pyle) Memorial Big Bass Classic, Christmas Tour of Homes, Turkey Trot, Municipal Band Concerts Something for everybody!