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If you like nursing in a clinical setting, but have a busy lifestyle that doesn’t allow you to work crazy shifts day in and day out, check out PRN clinical nurse jobs to get the best of both worlds!
PRN nurses are part-time employees who work shifts as needed. They can choose to take on a variety of open shifts, including those vacated by regularly scheduled nurses who call in sick, take vacations or go on maternity leave.
Each facility has different requirements to maintain employment as a PRN nurse. In most instances, facilities stipulate that PRN nurses must work a minimum number of shifts each month. This can include a specified requirement for night, weekend and holiday shifts. As long as nurses meet the minimum requirements, they work whatever shifts they want and turn down inconvenient shifts.
Typically, PRN nurses get paid more per hour than full-time nurses; however, PRN clinical nurse careers have some disadvantages. Most PRN clinical nurse jobs do not offer sick pay, vacation time, benefits or disability.
Whether you are raising a family, going to school or otherwise unable to work full time, PRN clinical nurse jobs are a great option. You can find open positions right here at ADVANCE Healthcare Jobs. With the best healthcare employment opportunities in top facilities across the nation, there’s no better way to start your job search!