SUPER Nurses wanted!
Are you looking for a job where you can travel to exotic locations, make gigabucks doing hardly any work, and spend your workdays with super cool people?
So are we! If you find that deal let us know.
In the meantime while you're looking for that mythical gig, come work with fairly cool people, making pretty good money, at a relatively stress-free job in Longview, Tyler or Sunnyvale, Texas, or Shreveport, Louisiana!
Rapid Recovery has two types of RNs working with us: (1) 8-5 "in the office" nurses (which we're ALWAYS hiring), and (2) a PRN/on-call pool of RNs. If you have extensive IV experience (like you can get an IV started in a dehydrated squirrel in one stick), no disciplinary marks on your nursing license, are the person who everyone in the hospital calls when they can't get an IV started, and live within 30 minutes of our office, we want you to join us.
The office RNs get to the building a little before 8, and see scheduled patients, and walk-ins. Customer service is KEY with this position. Almost as important as being a "great stick". Our patients aren't coming to an ER, an urgent care, or a doctor's office. They want to be babied. As a matter of fact, we have an entire program (in our Policies and Procedures) called "The Rapid Recovery Experience" that we expect EVERY patient to receive. They're paying for a luxury experience and we do everything possible to make sure they get it.
The "house call" and "after-hours" pool of nurses works a little differently. You can "claim" a day, or be part of the "who wants this patient" pool. If nobody has claimed the "On call" day for house calls or after-hours, when we get a call from a potential patient after the office is closed we notify (by text) all the nurses in the call-pool, and the first one to take the assignment gets it. We pay our call nurses on a per/patient basis. The good news is that they sometimes come in pairs and you get paid on them individually (that's double the bucks for you non-math types).
You'll meet the patient at the office, take a BP and a heart rate, have them fill out some paperwork, make sure they're okay to receive IV fluids, start them, monitor them for about an hour, and finish them up when the bag is empty.
So, if you want to work a few days a week in a swanky environment that is VERY serious about doing things the right way, or you're sitting on your couch on a Wednesday, are the "go-to" IV person at your regular job, haven't had anything to drink, and want to make way more than you would in the hospital or for a home health, this is the deal for you.
If this sounds like the dream job you've been waiting for, you can email us a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or check all our job openings below: