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Surgical Technologist - $31-35/hr (PRN & Paid DAILY) + $1000 Bonus opportunity

Company: Gale Healthcare Solutions
Location: Lawrenceville
Posted on: November 19, 2021

Job Description:

Looking for nursing jobs that pay DAILY? WE NEED YOU TO HELP US ensure no person goes without care! The U.S. is currently experiencing a shortage of over 1 million nurses... Gale Healthcare is a healthcare technology company that is focused on solving this national shortage by connecting our growing family of over 35,000 qualified nurses directly to healthcare facilities in need of clinical support via the Gale App - and we pay our nurses DAILY! Earn Same-Day Pay and all shift types are available.APPLY HERE --->!/source/openjob About Gale:Our "Why"? Because caregivers are working short-staffed, and people are going without care. Gale Healthcare serves over 4,000 facilities in 35 states and we pay our nurses DAILY. With Gale, you gain access to hundreds of open shifts in your local area with 24/7 customer support, receive benefits as a W2 employee, get paid daily after every shift + gain the opportunity to make a real difference in thousands of people's lives! Get paid within hours of working your shift... Gale is recruiting a team of qualified nurses who have a passion for stellar patient care and excellent skills with patient's families!Requirements to apply:

  • Preferred at least 6 months minimum of Skilled, Rehab and/or Long Term Care nursing experience.
  • Active Nursing State license
  • BLS/CPR Certified
  • Physical and TB test within the last yearAPPLY HERE --->!/source/openjob

Keywords: Gale Healthcare Solutions, Roswell , Surgical Technologist - $31-35/hr (PRN & Paid DAILY) + $1000 Bonus opportunity, Human Resources , Lawrenceville, Georgia

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