Per Diem Infusion Registered Nurse: San Francisco

Bay Area, San Francisco
Posted 9/24/2021

Job Details

Per Diem Infusion Registered Nurse

Locations: San Francisco, CA – Bay Area
Description: Currently seeking Per Diem Infusion Registered Nurse (IVIG & Remicade a plus) who are interested in working as Independent Contractors.

 

NurseRegistry has been a fixture in the San Francisco Bay Area since 2009. Our goal is to find opportunities for our nurses and at the same time find our clients the quality nursing care they deserve. We work with clients ranging from facilities to private individuals requiring all levels of nursing care. At NurseRegistry, our team of Client Care Coordinators cater opportunities directly to you.

Job Responsibilities of Per Diem Infusion Registered Nurse (IVIG & Remicade a plus):

  • Provides hands-on skilled nursing care to patients requiring various type of infusion therapies
  • Must be comfortable in an in-home setting
  • May take place in home or clinical setting
  • Must be able to initiate and maintain IV access
  • Careful monitoring of patient condition throughout infusion process
  • Documentation according to client’s policy
  • Performance of sterile PICC line dressing changes
  • Familiarity with Port-a-Cath and other needle-less access devices a plus

Settings:

  • Private Homes
  • Medical Offices

How to Apply: Apply to our job ad or email your resume and we’ll invite you to a phone interview with our one of our recruiters. The phone interview will give us an idea of your skills and experience but also an opportunity for you to ask any questions you may have about our company and expectations.

Job Type: Per Diem

Required Education for Per Diem Infusion Registered Nurse (IVIG & Remicade a plus)Graduate from an accredited school of professional nursing

Required License or Per Diem Infusion Registered Nurse (IVIG & Remicade a plus):

  • Current California RN License
  • Current BLS
  • ACLS a plus but not required
  • Proficient IV skills preferred
  • Familiarity with PICC lines preferred
  • Familiarity with IVIG a plus
  • Familiarity with Remicade a plus

Pre-Onboarding Requirement: Contingent upon completion of a Background Check and TB test.

What's an Independent Contractor?
Independent contractors—also known as freelancers—are in control of their own schedules and their own work.

Independent nurses work on a contractual basis, and are not employed directly by a healthcare facility (with the exception of direct hire placement). This allows them the freedom to decide when and where they work, among a variety of other benefits.

Independence
Say 'yes' or 'no' to any opportunity.

Flexibility
Pick a schedule that works for you.

Choice
Decide your own pay rate.

Experience
Work with different people in a variety of different settings.

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