NICU Nursing Jobs
NICU Nurse Jobs deliver the ultimate in career rewards
NICU jobs offer the ultimate in career rewards: a challenging, high tech career path, competitive pay and the greatest perk of all: helping the smallest and most vulnerable of patients.
NICU Nurse – Find Nursing Jobs with Joint Commission certified American Traveler and work in the nation’s top hospitals
American Traveler encourages NICU nurses to look at our California nursing jobs, the Quick Apply feature means it’s fast and easy to apply. NICU nursing job details provides shift, requirements, location and more.
NICU nurses earn an upwards of 110K annually and stay competitive and current, thanks to unlimited continuing education credits we offer with reimbursement. NICU nurses who work in Advanced Practice NICU jobs receive higher compensation, as do nurses working 8 to 12 hours, over holidays, and on weekends.
NICU nurses enjoy medical, dental and health insurance, as well as free private housing in luxury accommodations of their choosing; our employees enjoy all of this, as well as a healthy income and Tax Advantage Plan, which, should you decide to participate, NICU jobs take home pay by as much as $10,000 a year, leaving more savings for your 401(k).
American Traveler understands the competitive nature of NICU jobs—newborns in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) suffer from complications that usually include neurological, pulmonary, and cardiac deficits. NICU nursing careers open up possibilities in nurse jobs, where clinical specialties in a range of medical, technological, and surgical interventions give newborns the best chance. While most NICU nurses and neonatal nurse practitioner jobs are in hospital settings, some ob nurse jobs provide after-care for high-risk infants in Home Health jobs.
NICU Nursing Jobs implementing the latest medical advances
Every year an average of 40,000 low-weight babies are born in the Unites States, and it’s up to NICU nurses to help them thrive, as well as provide an ongoing education to the parents of newborns in feeding and long-term care. Medical Advances are saving they couldn’t have 20 years ago—current statistics from the National Association of Neonatal Nurses are excellent, citing survival rates among preemies at 10 times over what they were 15 years ago.
Learn more about NICU nursing careers with American Traveler
If you’re dedicated to helping premature babies grow into happy, healthy children, American Traveler helps you promote excellence in practice and professional development in your neonatal nursing career.
Call 800-884-8788 or apply online today.