Per diem LPN jobs in Tucson, Arizona
Per Diem LPN | Long Term Care | $32.00 per hour
LPN with LTC | Long Term Care certification needed to fill a 8/hr shift on Jul 30th from 06:30 - 15:00. This job is at SANTA ROSA CARE CENTER at 1650 N Santa Rosa Ave - Tucson, AZ, 85712-4039. this Per Diem shift pays $32.00/hr for a total of $272.00.
Nursa has over 1 Per Diem PN Jobs in Tucson, AZ that are available for immediate start. We work with multiple medical facilities in the Tucson area to help fill their Per Diem PN shift needs. Specialties for these jobs include Long Term Care and other certifications. Pay ranges from $32.00-$32.00/hr with start dates as soon as Jul 30th 2021. Pick up an extra shift and earn some extra money.
Learn About Working PRN Jobs as an LPN in Tucson
Working PRN shifts have long been a part of the nursing industry, used by facilities and hospitals alike to cover employment gaps to ensure they have appropriate staffing for competent patient care. With Nursa™ , per diem work has become easier to find, and a more attractive employment option for licensed practical nurses (LPNs).
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, LPNs earn an average annual wage of $51,030 or an average hourly wage of $24.53 in Tucson, Arizona. LPNs who work PRN shifts are often offered a higher than average hourly wage because the need is urgent and immediate. LPNs can find hundreds of PRN shifts on our platform that allow them to not only earn more but to further their career goals.
LPNs can find PRN shifts in units or specialties that they want to learn more about. Learning new skills, and gaining experience and work hours can help them further their career goals instead of simply waiting for a full-time position to open up. Making connections with other experienced nurses and clinicians also create networking opportunities that may be beneficial in the future.
LPNs Have Good Jobs and Good Eats in Tucson
The city of Tucson has a robust and diverse population of over 1 million inhabitants. The city sits nestled between the mountains of the Tucson Mountains and the Rincon Mountains that are part of the Saguaro National Park. Its mild winters and gorgeous spring and autumn weather make exploring the nearby mountains and national park outdoor wonders a yearlong possibility.
Whether you build an appetite from your hardworking shifts as a nurse, or from your downtime spent exploring the nearby mountains, the dining options in the city will slake your hunger. In 2015, UNESCO designated the city a “world city of gastronomy” to celebrate and commemorate its cuisine. The city has understandably grown a robust tourism industry, and as such has luxurious spas, and historical and cultural museums, as well as community festivals all to celebrate life in Tucson.