There is acute care hospital PACU/Pre op and out patient surgical centers PACU/Pre op.
Out patient is easier than acute care since the patients have to be healthy/stable enough to go home. The hours are similar to acute care but you don't have to be on call. You may find it too easy, routine, worry about losing your acute care skills.
Acute care can be intense, critically ill post op surgical patients with every drip and line you can imagine. And PACU nurses have to be on call. Which I hated, but other nurses loved the big bucks.
The hours for both are usually 6 am to 6, 7, 8, pm when OR cases run over. Both are usually closed weekends and major holidays.
You're usually only with each patient 1 - 2 hours as opposed to an 8 hour shift with the same patients and possibly facing them again the next time you work.