TEXAS **Seeking NEW & EXPERIENCED NNPs** (SAN ANTONIO) Due to ongoing expansion, a progressive group of Neonatologists and NNPs in SAN ANTONIO is in need of several additional full-time NNPs. The group provides neonatal services to 12 area NICUs (9 Level III/III+ NICUs and 3 Level II NICUs). The NNPs manage neonates on high frequency ventilation, conventional ventilation, and inhaled nitric oxide. The NNPs perform advanced practice procedures; attend high risk deliveries, and provide consultations when requested by Pediatricians. This is a busy practice that affords the opportunity to work with all levels of neonates with unparalleled Neonatologist support. Mainly 24 hour shifts. Very competitive salary and benefit package in a state with no personal income tax. New graduate NNPs are welcome to apply.
TEXAS **Seeking EXPERIENCED NNPs** (HOUSTON) A Houston-based neonatology group is currently seeking (1) EXPERIENCED NNP to staff a growing 15-bed, Level III NICU in northeast Houston. The unit is expected to expand to 24 beds within a year. Full-time, approximately 7-8 24-hour shifts per month, covering every 4th day/night. Benefits include health, malpractice and disability coverage, as well as 3 weeks of vacation annually. MINIMUM OF 1 YEAR OF NNP EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.
TEXAS **Seeking EXPERIENCED NNPs to work nights** (NORTHEAST) A regional medical center, located in the heart of East Texas (between Dallas and Shreveport), is currently seeking (1) experienced NNP to work nights. Full-time (1.0 FTE); 12-hour shifts. 31-bed, Level IIIA NICU (13 NICU + 18 step-down). The NNP hired will attend high-risk deliveries, participate in ground transport to regional facilities, and provide in-house care. Opportunities to teach if desired. Previous NNP experience, MSN, and NCC required. No new graduates will be considered. http://linkousrecruiting.com/Home/JobInquire/420
TEXAS (WEST) *Seeking EXPERIENCED NNPs to work NIGHTS** A west Texas Regional Medical Center with a 49-bed, Level III NICU is currently seeking (2) full-time, experienced NNPs to work nights. 12-hour night shifts; 36-hour work week. No transport responsibility. In addition to patient care, the NNPs will attend high-risk deliveries and C-sections. Excellent salary and hospital benefits package. Applicants must have prior NNP experience, a MSN, NCC certification, current CPR certification and an existing Texas license is preferred. This is a full-time position. No travelers please.