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TravelNurse 1075 W Pender St, Vancouver, BC V6E 2M6, Canada
Oct 27, 2020
About Travel Nursing TravelNurse offers you the freedom you need to make your travel dreams come true, without forcing you to leave your career or give up your income. With higher-than-average wages and travel and housing paid for, it is finally possible for you to take advantage of this time in your life where you’re able to explore. As a healthcare professional, your skills and expertise are in high demand. TravelNurse recruits healthcare professionals such as Nurse practitioners, Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Allied Healthcare Professionals (XRT, MLT, CLXT, UST) and offers flexible, rewarding positions. Travel positions, local casual shifts, permanent positions and everything in between. What you’ll experience… Amazing Locations – bustling cities, small town, rural and remote locations FREE travel and accommodations Exceptional wages *Wage rates may vary depending on the assignment locations, your experience and education....


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