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MS/ONC Travel Registered Nurse

  • Anywhere

Travel Registered Nurse

Vero offers contract travel nurse assignments in domestic and international locations. Through client partnerships, we place healthcare professionals in leading rural hospitals, level 1 trauma centers, and academic research facility emergency rooms.

At Vero, we pride ourselves on delivering the following core values to every nurse: excellence, integrity, urgency, perseverance, and care. We go beyond finding you just a job placement, we focus on your individual needs. We are your partner for the journey ahead. We will do whatever it takes to keep you satisfied.

Vero Travel Nurse Benefits:

  • High Competitive Pay Packages
  • Weekly Payroll Deposit
  • Medical, Dental, & Vision Health Insurance Available 1st Day of Employment
  • Generous 401(k) Plan & Company Match
  • Licensure Reimbursements
  • Experienced Clinical Nursing Staff & Dedicated Supportive Recruiting Team available 24/7


The Registered Nurse provides general nursing care to patients in hospital or similar healthcare facility by
performing the following duties, in compliance with Vero RN and hospital standards of
maintaining confidentiality, integrity, quality care and professionalism.


  1. Current license to practice as a Registered Nurse.
  2. Graduate of Nursing Degree from accredited college or be a graduate of an approved Registered Nursing Program.
  3. One (1) year or more of professional clinical practice as a Registered Nurse on the floor in the United States.
  4. Current BLS/CPR training with card, any other specialty certifications required for working in specific specialty area.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Explains procedures and treatments to patient to gain cooperation, understanding, and alleviate apprehension.
  2. Administers prescribed medications and treatments in accordance with approved nursing techniques.
  3. Prepares equipment and aids physician during treatment and examination of patient.
  4. Maintains awareness of comfort and safety needs of patient.
  5. Observes patient, records significant conditions and reactions, and notifies supervisor or physician of patient’s
    condition and reaction to drugs, treatments, and significant incidents.
  6. Takes temperature, pulse, blood pressure, and other vital signs to detect deviations from normal, assess
    condition of patient and responds appropriately.
  7. Makes beds, bathes and feeds patients.
  8. Responds to life saving situations based upon nursing standards, policies, procedures and protocol.
  9. Documents nursing history and physical assessment for assigned patients.
  10. Initiates a patient education plan according to the individualized needs of the patient, as prescribed by
    physician and/or hospital policy including patient and family instruction.
  11. Completes required hospital orientation at assigned hospital.
  12. Floats among various clinical services (where qualified and competent).
  13. Participates in department or unit quality improvement activities.
  14. Performs duties under the direct clinical supervision of the assigned client.
  15. Safeguards confidentiality of patients and client.
  16. Follows hospital safety rules and procedures while Around The Globe RN.
  17. Reports unsafe work conditions to the attention of your immediate supervisor.
  18. Follows facility’s Exposure Control Plan based on OSHA’s Bloodborne pathogen Standard and CDC
    guidelines for healthcare personnel (Standard Precautions means treating blood, all body fluids, excretions and
    secretions, plus non-intact skin and mucous membranes as though infected with bloodborne or other pathogens.
    Standard Precautions incorporates features of both Universal Precautions and Body Substance Isolation practices
    to protect you against the risk of bloodborne pathogens as well as pathogens from moist body substances.
    Remember that all body fluids pose a potential risk of infection.).
  19. Uses PPE where appropriate.

Physical Demands and Work Conditions:

  • Work is on medium physical demand; walking and standing most of the time on duty.
  • Frequent lifting of patients.
  • Frequent lifting, reaching, bending, handling and fingering instruments and caring for patient’s needs.
  • Hearing to distinguish differences in heartbeat and breathing of patients.
  • Near-visual activity to read gauges.
  • Color vision for perceiving changes in patient’s skin color and colors of medications and solutions.
  • Motor coordination and manual dexterity to coordinate hands, eyes and fingers.