Work Anywhere in the U.S. with Your Current State Nursing License with GIFTED’s Government Nursing Jobs.
GIFTED Healthcare’s Government Nursing Division gives you the unique opportunity to work anywhere in the U.S. with your current state nursing license.
Let our dedicated government nurse recruiters build a custom package for you, today. Click to APPLY.
The Right Government Nursing Jobs Are Ready For You!
The Benefits of GIFTED Government Nursing Jobs:
Get to Work Fast: At GIFTED Healthcare we make the onboarding process easy and can get you to work faster. We supply all of the federal government paperwork at the front of the submission to assist with expediting the onboarding process. The entire process can be as quick as 14 days, so you can get to work fast!
Stability and Security: Government contracts for our government nursing jobs provide stability and peace of mind. Typical contracts are longer than the traditional 13-week travel nurse assignments, some even lasting 1 to 5 years.
Care For Heroes: Giving care to the brave men and women who serve our country is a true honor and privilege, and something you can be proud of through our government nursing jobs.
Other GIFTED Government Nurse Jobs Benefits, Include:
- Travel on your current state license – go anywhere you want!
- Enhance Your Resume and Advance Your Nursing Career
- Premium Pay
- Day and Night Shifts Available
- No Holidays Required
- Day ONE Health Benefits
- Great Nurse/Patient Ratios
- Local and Travel Nurse Assignments Available
Types of GIFTED Government Contracts Include:
- Native American Reservations
- Correctional Healthcare
- VA Hospitals
High Demand for Government Nurse Jobs
There’s high demand for nurses at government facilities. In fact, the VHA (Veterans Health Administration), America’s largest integrated system, has over 1,700 facilities that care for 8.76 million veterans a year. This leaves plenty of room for available government nursing jobs and what better way to entrust your credentials and secure a fulfilling government nurse job, then with GIFTED Healthcare.
The Job of a Government Nurse
Just like any type of nurse profession, working as a nurse in the government setting takes a lot of dedication and commitment. Being a nurse isn’t easy, so that is why we at GIFTED Healthcare only selects the nurses that possess certain qualities. It is also our job to make sure that you get necessary skill set and experience to help you advance towards a career growth.
Our Government Nurse Jobs Will Help You Grow
Aside from the benefits mentioned above, government nursing jobs with GIFTED Healthcare help you reach your fullest potential as a nurse. The U.S. Government has a complex credentialing and screening process, that GIFTED will help you through, step-by-step. Other facilities you work in will take notice of your Government experience and may be more likely to interview and work with you, knowing you are an excellent candidate. This is how working a Government contract can help boost your resume.
Our government nursing jobs will also help you become even more well-rounded, helping you earn top-notch roles in various government facilities that we have available.
There is something unique and deeply satisfying with working with the heroes of our country and working with one of the best travel nurse agencies who offer some of the best government nursing contracts today, you can rest assured that you are in good hands.
Click to review our available nursing jobs. With our flexible contracts, you are guaranteed to not only have time for yourself but for your loved ones, all while doing what you love to do.
Contact us today to learn more or to apply for a Government Nursing Contact with GIFTED: 918-928-3111
Or visit one of our office locations: Metairie LA, Greater New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Lafayette and Gulf Coast Division Office, Mandeville, LA, Plano, TX, Tulsa, OK, Oklahoma City, OK, Little Rock, AZ, Lafayette, LA.
Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) 621 I
Professional Medical & Allied Health Services
Contract #: V797D-60615
Contract Period: 5/15/2016 – 5/14/2021