I'm to talk to a recruiter soon, but thought I'd ask here for personal advice, too.
How much experience is needed to be a NICU travel RN? Even if I qualify what do you recommend and what kind of assignments does a traveler get? I want to keep building my skills while I travel, not get set back with a bunch of feeders/growers all the time.
ive been in NICU 1 yr 2 mos and did med-surg 1 yr 10 mos so I have over two years of acute care. I had previous nursing jobs
not in the hospital. And I come from a level III NICU. We do everything but ECMO and cardiac surgery. Also get a lot of transports.
also, what is your experience with leaving your permanent job? How did managers perceive that and what would you recommend in order to be on good terms so that you may return to that job in the future possibly?