Montana is predominantly a rural state, so many available nursing jobs are for nurse practitioners and physician assistants. However, the state is facing a critical nursing shortage in all areas that is projected to rise as many RNs in their fifties and sixties retire. Also, nursing education is a constant struggle due to a lack of educators and facilities and land constraints. Nurses with a strong education who are willing to work and travel in rural areas are in high demand in Montana, and will continue to be for quite some time.
Med/Surg Registered Nurse Job Types: Full-time, Travel nursing. Corratel Healthcare is seeking a Med-Surg Unit (Registered Nurse). The ideal candidate will have excellent patient care…...
Crow Agency, MT
Job Types: Full-time, Travel nursing. Corratel Healthcare is seeking a Med-Surg Unit (Registered Nurse). The ideal candidate will have excellent patient care…...
Experience with functional neurosurgeons, Parkinson’s Disease, movement disorders, physical therapy, registered nurse, surgical technician, or similar field....
Radiology Clinical Coordinator Employment Status: Full-Time (.75 or greater). May be required to work varied shifts, weekends and/or holidays. Hours per Pay Period: 1.00 = 80 hours....
Employment Status: Full-Time (.75 or greater). May be required to work varied shifts, weekends and/or holidays. Hours per Pay Period: 1.00 = 80 hours....
A BSN is required; prior public health and/or school nursing experience are preferred. Performs other jobs or duties as assigned....
Assists with Trauma Clinical Practice by functioning as an expert practitioner who provides for the clinical needs of trauma patients and acting as a consultant…...
Current Montana license as registered nurse. Registered nurse, Bachelors degree preferred. Full-Time (.75 or greater)....
One-year experience in nursing services administration or comparable management experience preferred. Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing....
<< < 1 > >>
Registered Nurse Consultant
Experienced registered nurses may become registered nurse consultants in their particular area of expertise. Some become legal nurse consultants (LNCs) and help attorneys with the medical aspects of their cases. Some nurses choose to become lactation consultants to help new mothers that are having trouble breastfeeding. Registered nurses also become consultants for government agencies for issues like childhood obesity awareness campaigns and HIV/AIDS prevention campaigns, and help to prepare plans in case of natural disasters or biological terrorism. Registered nurse consultants should usually be advanced practice nurses, credentialed in their specialty and/or have several years of relevant experience. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts excellent, overall job growth for registered nurses.