• RN
  • Med Surg
  • Long Term Acute Care
Mariposa, CA
  • 18 beds
  • Night, 3x12 hr
  • 13 weeks
  • Feb 15, 2023
Taxable Income Hourly Weekly
Regular Pay Rate (min $18.00/hr) $18.00 $432
Overtime Pay Rate (min $27.00/hr) $27.00 $324
Total Taxable $21 $756
STIPENDS Weekly
Housing Stipend (max $987/week) $672
M&IE Stipend (max $553/week) $372
Total Stipend (based on residence) $1,044
Total Compensation $1,800
Local Information
Housing
Job Bonuses
Available Benefits
  • Nationwide
Job Information
  • Assignment Length: 13 weeks
  • Total # of hours: 468

Job Description

We are looking for a travel Med Surg RN, Long Term Acute Care RN for a great travel nursing job in Mariposa, CA.

This Med Surg travel nursing job pays for 36 hours a week for 13 weeks. With Wanderly you can compare travel nurse salary from leading travel nurse agencies in the United States.

With Wanderly you can chat anonymously and apply to any agency with Wanderly’s Universal Application, below are the details of this Travel Nursing Job including the travel nurse salary:

  • Specialty: Med Surg RN, Long Term Acute Care RN
  • Med Surg (MS) Registered Nurse – Mariposa, CA
  • Travel Nurse Salary – $1800/Week
  • Start Date – February 15, 2023
  • Travel Nursing Job Assignment Length – 13 weeks
  • Travel Nurse 36 hours per week
  • Shift – 12 hours, night
I. Job Summary: Employee administers appropriate nursing care residents in the skilled nursing facility under the supervision/direction of a registered nurse or physician. Performs a variety of direct and indirect patient care duties and activities. Supervises CNA staff.Employees in this position require occasional supervision while working toward a definite objective requiring use of a wide range of procedures: plan, arrange, and/or determine specific procedures or equipment needs required to meet assigned objective: solve non-routine problems, referring only unusual matters to supervisor. II. Minimum Qualifications: A. Education 1. High school graduate or equivalent. 2. Successful completion of an accredited LVN/LPN program.B. ExperienceLevel I Entry level. New graduate, or less than one (1) year experience, or less than six (6) months acute or skilled nursing experience. Mastery of basic nursing skills. Level II Mastery of basic nursing skills. Minimum of one (1) year nursing experience and six (6) months acute or skilled nursing experience. Demonstrates good supervisory skills with CNAs, maintains good attendance record, seeks RN instruction when needed. Demonstrates good time management. Level III Meets Level II criteria, plus proves capable of making appropriate independent decisions. Demonstrates good judgement, attends 75% of department meetings and in-services, and demonstrates a desire to learn. Demonstrates understanding of State and Federal regulations pertaining to skilled nursing facilities. C. Licensure / Certifications / Registrations 1. Current valid California LVN license or Interim Permit. 2. Valid Basic Life Support/Healthcare Provider certification. Level II1. Meets Level I criteria.2. Infection Prevention Certification preferred.3. MDS Certification preferred. Level III1. Requires IV Certification, or Director Staff Development certification.2. Infection Prevention Certification required within 1 year.3. MDS Certification required within 1 year. D. Essential Skills 1. Understanding of basic medical terminology. 2. Knowledge of basic nursing procedures.3. Ability to perform various nursing procedures required for good patient care.4. Ability to understand and carry out written, oral, and/or graphic instructions.5. Ability to accurately perform intermediate math, including addition, subtraction multiplication, and division.6. Ability to write and prepare clear and concise reports.7. Ability to speak effectively on a one on one and small group situation to patients, visitors, and other employees.8. Ability to comply with procedures for infection control and asepsis.9. Knowledge of hospital equipment, supplies, and instruments; and the ability to properly use them.10. Ability to provide sympathetic nursing care. 11. Understanding of and ability to use proper body mechanics to prevent injury to self.12. Ability to keep and document accurate patient records.13. Establish and maintain effective work relationships with those contacted in the performance of your duties.14. Understanding of the principles and practices of licensed vocational nursing.15. Understanding of pharmaceuticals prescribed for the elderly, and has knowledge of actions of medications and their side effects.16. Ability to organize and manage multiple tasks.

PK-m238408

Facility Information

Please contact the recruiting manager for Facility description

Compensation Weekly
Taxable Income $756
Stipends $1,044
Total $1,800
Job Information
  • Assignment Length: 13 weeks
  • Total # of hours: 468

Job Description

We are looking for a travel Med Surg RN, Long Term Acute Care RN for a great travel nursing job in Mariposa, CA.

This Med Surg travel nursing job pays for 36 hours a week for 13 weeks. With Wanderly you can compare travel nurse salary from leading travel nurse agencies in the United States.

With Wanderly you can chat anonymously and apply to any agency with Wanderly’s Universal Application, below are the details of this Travel Nursing Job including the travel nurse salary:

  • Specialty: Med Surg RN, Long Term Acute Care RN
  • Med Surg (MS) Registered Nurse – Mariposa, CA
  • Travel Nurse Salary – $1800/Week
  • Start Date – February 15, 2023
  • Travel Nursing Job Assignment Length – 13 weeks
  • Travel Nurse 36 hours per week
  • Shift – 12 hours, night
I. Job Summary: Employee administers appropriate nursing care residents in the skilled nursing facility under the supervision/direction of a registered nurse or physician. Performs a variety of direct and indirect patient care duties and activities. Supervises CNA staff.Employees in this position require occasional supervision while working toward a definite objective requiring use of a wide range of procedures: plan, arrange, and/or determine specific procedures or equipment needs required to meet assigned objective: solve non-routine problems, referring only unusual matters to supervisor. II. Minimum Qualifications: A. Education 1. High school graduate or equivalent. 2. Successful completion of an accredited LVN/LPN program.B. ExperienceLevel I Entry level. New graduate, or less than one (1) year experience, or less than six (6) months acute or skilled nursing experience. Mastery of basic nursing skills. Level II Mastery of basic nursing skills. Minimum of one (1) year nursing experience and six (6) months acute or skilled nursing experience. Demonstrates good supervisory skills with CNAs, maintains good attendance record, seeks RN instruction when needed. Demonstrates good time management. Level III Meets Level II criteria, plus proves capable of making appropriate independent decisions. Demonstrates good judgement, attends 75% of department meetings and in-services, and demonstrates a desire to learn. Demonstrates understanding of State and Federal regulations pertaining to skilled nursing facilities. C. Licensure / Certifications / Registrations 1. Current valid California LVN license or Interim Permit. 2. Valid Basic Life Support/Healthcare Provider certification. Level II1. Meets Level I criteria.2. Infection Prevention Certification preferred.3. MDS Certification preferred. Level III1. Requires IV Certification, or Director Staff Development certification.2. Infection Prevention Certification required within 1 year.3. MDS Certification required within 1 year. D. Essential Skills 1. Understanding of basic medical terminology. 2. Knowledge of basic nursing procedures.3. Ability to perform various nursing procedures required for good patient care.4. Ability to understand and carry out written, oral, and/or graphic instructions.5. Ability to accurately perform intermediate math, including addition, subtraction multiplication, and division.6. Ability to write and prepare clear and concise reports.7. Ability to speak effectively on a one on one and small group situation to patients, visitors, and other employees.8. Ability to comply with procedures for infection control and asepsis.9. Knowledge of hospital equipment, supplies, and instruments; and the ability to properly use them.10. Ability to provide sympathetic nursing care. 11. Understanding of and ability to use proper body mechanics to prevent injury to self.12. Ability to keep and document accurate patient records.13. Establish and maintain effective work relationships with those contacted in the performance of your duties.14. Understanding of the principles and practices of licensed vocational nursing.15. Understanding of pharmaceuticals prescribed for the elderly, and has knowledge of actions of medications and their side effects.16. Ability to organize and manage multiple tasks.

PK-m238408


Available Benefits
  • Nationwide
See more