PT-Experienced ICU RN needed at North Valley Hospital in Whitefish, MT

Company Name:
North Valley Hospital
PT-Experienced ICU RN needed at North Valley Hospital in Whitefish, MT
North Valley Hospital
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Ref Code:14-194
This job is marked as URGENT!
North Valley Hospital has an excellent opportunity for an experience ICU RN to work 12 hour nights in its Special Care Unit.
This position is part-time, 48 hours/pp to work 1845 to 0715; includes working every other weekend, holiday as scheduled, and taking call as needed for low or high census.
REQUIRES: Current Montana Registered Nurses License; and current ACLS; 1 year ICU RN experience.
APPLICATION PROCESS: In order to be considered for this position, you must submit a thoroughly completed NVH employment application form.
We don''t accept resumes in lieu of the required NVH employment application.
Application is available at , click on Careers/Volunteers, then click Employment Application link to print application form and complete it by hand.
Submit application by using the following methods: Fax ; Email: , or Postal Mail: Attn Recruiter, North Valley Hospital, 1600 Hospital Way, Whitefish, MT 59937
Closing Date: CLOSES FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 2014, AT 9A!
North Valley Hospital s (NVH) goal is to provide a safe and healing environment for its patients, visitors and employees. NVH follows a safe hiring program that includes conducting thorough background checks and employment verifications. EOE
Other Information
Job Type:Part-Time, Regular
Job Shift:Night, 12hr
Contact Information
Denise Grabowski
1600 Hospital Way
Whitefish MT 59937
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