RNs, LPNs, and LNAs Needed

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TLC Nursing Associates, LLC


Posted On: 7/10/2013




Hours:

Full-Time

Description

TLC Nursing is a Nurse owned and operated healthcare staffing agency. Being nurses ourselves, we understand what goes into this decision. At TLC, our nurses come first. We are willing to accommodate your individual needs. From the BEST PAY to our personalized care, we prove that in everything we do, it's all about you. Come see why TLC is the BEST Healthcare Staffing Organization in New England and is credentialed by BBB, Chamber of Commerce, and NPDA. Please visit us online at www.tlcnursing.com for more information.

You can also apply online at
https://generations.idb-sys.com/OnlineApplication.aspx?aid=tlcn6564 Please schedule an interview by calling 802-735-1123 after completing the online application.

Compensation

LPNs can make up to $30/hr and RNs can make up to $40/hr based on the assignment.

Benefits

Benefits Include: Health Insurance (Catamount Health-Plan), Retirement Savings Program, Paid Vacation, Numerous employee benefits through Aflac, 24% discount with Verizon and Sprint cell phone bills, 25% discount at select retailers, and more! Housing available for travel assignments.


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Contact Information

Sue Richardson Phone Number: 8027351123 Email: info@tlcnursing.com
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