Cross Country Nurses is seeking a travel nurse RN Med Surg / Telemetry for a travel nursing job in Quincy, Illinois.

Estimated Pay Breakdown

$2,940 per week in taxable pay and non-taxable stipends

Job Description & Requirements

  • Specialty: Med Surg / Telemetry
  • Discipline: RN
  • Start Date: 11/30/2020
  • Duration: 13 weeks
  • 36.00 hours per week
  • Shift: 12 hours, nights
  • Employment Type: Travel
The benefits of taking a travel nursing job with Cross Country Nurses include:
  • Free Private Housing or Generous Housing Allowance
  • Comprehensive Health Insurance with Prescription Coverage
  • Dependent Health Insurance with Prescription Coverage
  • Competitive Salaries
  • Referral Bonuses
  • Travel Reimbursement
  • Shift Differentials
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan
  • Direct Deposit/Free Checking
  • Unlimited Free CE Credits
Minimum Requirements:
  • At Least 1 Year of Recent Acute Care Experience
  • ASN, BSN or MSN Required


Cross Country Nurses has more of the travel nursing jobs that you want. We currently have an opportunity in the  Quincy, IL area for a Medical Surgical With Telemetry Registered Nurse (RN), however if this position isn't right for you... don't worry about it. We have new and exciting Medical Surgical With Telemetry assignments coming in every day, in fantastic cities that you will love to experience. Just think of another destination that you've been thinking of exploring and we'll see what type of assignments we have there. From Boston to Austin, Orlando to San Francisco, we have exclusive travel nursing jobs all across the country! Our positions go fast, so call a Recruiter today!


Amber Mock
Amber Mock from Cross Country Nurses
Cross Country Job ID #48165. Pay package is based on 12 hour shifts and 36 hours per week (subject to confirmation) with tax-free stipend amount to be determined. Posted job title: Registered Nurse / Medical Surgical With Telemetry

About Quincy, IL

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Perched on the bluffs overlooking the mighty Mississippi, Quincy's landmark architecture, dogwood-lined streets and rolling green parks tell of a long and tiered history. Its location on the border of Missouri made it an ideal station point for the Underground Railroad, once in the aid of Mormons and later helping African Americans flee the slave states. Now the city's history is evident in its historic districts, architecture, museums, parks and landmarks.

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