Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV Per Diem Nursing Jobs in New York City for RNs

Find Top RN Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV Travel Nursing Jobs in New York City, New York

AMN Healthcare can help you find the top Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV travel nurse jobs in and around New York City, New York. We currently offer 4 of the best available nurse travel jobs in the New York City area. We have new jobs updating daily, so be sure to Apply Now so our specialists can make sure you get first crack. We make it easy for you to compare New York City’s Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV nursing jobs by allowing you to filter based on salary, shift type, location or duration to find the right job for you.

Today you can find Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV jobs with a salary range between $69 to $79 per hour. The New York City Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV travel nursing market can include hospital facilities in New York City proper like New York Presbyterian – Lower Manhattan Hospital and NYC Health and Hospitals Harlem (FKA Harlem Hospital Center) with more facilities in nearby areas like Brooklyn, Jackson Heights and Forest Hills to name a few.

If you have a specific start date in mind, we have a variety of options for Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV travel jobs in New York City. The earliest start date in New York City is Jul 4, 2024 for a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse (NICU RN) role at $79 per hour. The latest start date for an Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV job in New York City is Jul 4, 2024 for a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse (NICU RN) role at $74 per hour. You can also find other possibilities by sorting on “start date” in the list below.

There are a variety of contract lengths available for a(n) Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV travel nurse job in New York City.

New York City is a great location for Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV travel nurses to come live, work and play! And what is a travel nurse looking for if not a great work/life balance in a fun city? Search for jobs below or apply now and our AMN Healthcare team will help get you started!

Search Top Paying Per Diem Registered Nurse Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV Jobs in New York City

AMN Healthcare currently has 4 per diem Registered Nurse Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV positions available in the New York City, NY area. Search the most recent jobs below, or click the button below to view all jobs.

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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse (NICU RN)
  • New York, New York – 10037
  • 12 N,
  • July 4, 2024
$73 to $79
Hourly Pay*
NICU RN’s are responsible for total care of infants who may be diagnosed with congenital defects, delivery complications, or most often, prematurity. They formulate nursing care plans and assess, plan, implement, and evaluate the effectiveness of treatments in these plans. NICU RN’s administer medications and perform complex procedures to coordinate all aspects of a patient’s care. NICU RN’s work in the NICU unit of a hospital. Hospitals are given a NICU Level I-IV based upon the type of care provided and the extent of technology available. Level I (lowest) is designed for less critically ill infants, while Level IV (highest) provides the most sophisticated care for ill, or premature infants.Education/Requirements:
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN): 4-Year Education 
  • Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN): 2-Year Education 
  • You must earn an ADN or BSN degree and pass the NCLEX to apply for a license as a RN. 
  • RN‘s can only work with an active state license.
  • ACLS, CCRN and STABLE are often required
*Full Time  Assignment (Minimum 13 weeks required)   Recent Experience Required  .  Flexible Schedule Required 
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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse (NICU RN)
  • New York, New York – 10037
  • 12 D,
  • July 4, 2024
$69 to $74
Hourly Pay*
NICU RN’s are responsible for total care of infants who may be diagnosed with congenital defects, delivery complications, or most often, prematurity. They formulate nursing care plans and assess, plan, implement, and evaluate the effectiveness of treatments in these plans. NICU RN’s administer medications and perform complex procedures to coordinate all aspects of a patient’s care. NICU RN’s work in the NICU unit of a hospital. Hospitals are given a NICU Level I-IV based upon the type of care provided and the extent of technology available. Level I (lowest) is designed for less critically ill infants, while Level IV (highest) provides the most sophisticated care for ill, or premature infants.Education/Requirements:
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN): 4-Year Education 
  • Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN): 2-Year Education 
  • You must earn an ADN or BSN degree and pass the NCLEX to apply for a license as a RN. 
  • RN‘s can only work with an active state license.
  • ACLS, CCRN and STABLE are often required
*Full Time  Assignment (Minimum 13 weeks required)   Recent Experience Required  .  Flexible Schedule Required 
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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse (NICU RN)
  • New York, New York – 10038
  • 12 D,
  • July 4, 2024
$69 to $74
Hourly Pay*
NICU RN's are responsible for total care of infants who may be diagnosed with congenital defects, delivery complications, or most often, prematurity. They formulate nursing care plans and assess, plan, implement, and evaluate the effectiveness of treatments in these plans. NICU RN’s administer medications and perform complex procedures to coordinate all aspects of a patient’s care. NICU RN’s work in the NICU unit of a hospital. Hospitals are given a NICU Level I-IV based upon the type of care provided and the extent of technology available. Level I (lowest) is designed for less critically ill infants, while Level IV (highest) provides the most sophisticated care for ill, or premature infants.Education/Requirements:
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN): 4-Year Education 
  • Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN): 2-Year Education 
  • You must earn an ADN or BSN degree and pass the NCLEX to apply for a license as a RN. 
  • RN‘s can only work with an active state license.
  • ACLS, CCRN and STABLE are often required
*Per Diem Shifts Available  Recent Experience Required.
per diem
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse (NICU RN)
  • New York, New York – 10038
  • 12 N,
  • July 4, 2024
$69 to $74
Hourly Pay*
NICU RN's are responsible for total care of infants who may be diagnosed with congenital defects, delivery complications, or most often, prematurity. They formulate nursing care plans and assess, plan, implement, and evaluate the effectiveness of treatments in these plans. NICU RN’s administer medications and perform complex procedures to coordinate all aspects of a patient’s care. NICU RN’s work in the NICU unit of a hospital. Hospitals are given a NICU Level I-IV based upon the type of care provided and the extent of technology available. Level I (lowest) is designed for less critically ill infants, while Level IV (highest) provides the most sophisticated care for ill, or premature infants.Education/Requirements:
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN): 4-Year Education 
  • Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN): 2-Year Education 
  • You must earn an ADN or BSN degree and pass the NCLEX to apply for a license as a RN. 
  • RN‘s can only work with an active state license.
  • ACLS, CCRN and STABLE are often required
*Per Diem Shifts Available  Recent Experience Required.
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Statistics on Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV RN Jobs in New York City, New York

Here are some helpful statistics about Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV traveling nurse jobs in & near New York City. The data is based on the last three complete months of Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV job postings in the New York City and nearby areas. It is updated regularly, so you can find the most recent Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV job salary trends, the types of shifts, and contract durations most commonly available in New York City and more. Find out more about travel nursing salaries.

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FAQs About Travel Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV Nursing Jobs for RNs in New York City, NY

What are the top paying Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV jobs currently available in or near New York City?

What types of shifts are most common for Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV travel jobs in New York City?

Based on the last 6 months of travel nurse jobs data, 12 Hour Night shifts were the most common in New York City and surrounding areas.

How many Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV travel nursing jobs are available in New York City?

There are currently 4 Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV travel nursing jobs available in New York City. We also get new nursing specialties jobs daily, so be sure to apply now and a recruiter will help you find the perfect fit as jobs become available.

How much does a day shift Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV nurse make on average in New York City and nearby cities?

A: A 12 Hour Day shift Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV nurse in New York City can make an average of $72 per hour based on recent job availability.

How much does a night shift Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV nurse make on average in New York City and nearby cities?

A: A 12 Hour Night shift Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV nurse in New York City can make an average of $74 per hour based on recent job availability data.

What hospitals and healthcare facilities have Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV staff in or near New York City?

  • The Brooklyn Hospital Center in Brooklyn (2.2 miles from New York City)
  • Manhattan Psychiatric Center in New York City (7.2 miles from New York City)
  • Obgyn Westside PLLC (AKA Chen and Morgan Obgyn Westside Pllc) in New York City (5.5 miles from New York City)
  • NewYork-Presbyterian Alexandra Cohen Hospital for Women and Newborns in New York City (4.4 miles from New York City)
  • Ferny in New York City (3.9 miles from New York City)

How much does an Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV travel nurse make on average in New York City?

A Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV nurse in New York City can make an average of $73 per hour.

Locating Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV Travel Nursing Jobs in New York City

In New York City, facilities like The Brooklyn Hospital Center, Manhattan Psychiatric Center and Obgyn Westside PLLC (AKA Chen and Morgan Obgyn Westside Pllc), all offer Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV departments. It’s a great city to work in and nearby to neighborhoods like Boerum Hill (zip code 11217), Downtown Brooklyn (zip code 11201) and Fort Greene (zip code 11205) neighborhoods.

Other popular cities near New York City’s Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV job opportunities are Brooklyn (5.3 miles), Jackson Heights (6.9 miles) and Forest Hills (8.2 miles). These are near to zip codes: 11201 (2.2 miles), 10035 (7.2 miles) and 10310 (7.5 miles).

New York City Hospitals With Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV Departments

There are 2 hospitals & healthcare facilities that have Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV nurses in New York City. Sometimes it is useful to see what types of shifts, contract durations, and travel nurse housing in nearby neighborhoods each facility might offer in order to find the right opportunity for your next traveling Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV nurse position in or nearby New York City.

New York Presbyterian – Lower Manhattan Hospital
Shifts
12 D and 12 N
Departments
Emergency Room Intensive Care Unit Medical Surgical Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV
Address
170 WILLIAM ST.
New York, NY 10038
NYC Health and Hospitals Harlem (FKA Harlem Hospital Center)
Shifts
12 D and 12 N
Departments
Neonatal Intensive Care – Level III-IV Operating Room
Address
506 Lenox Ave
New York, NY 10037

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* Estimate of payments is intended for informational purposes and includes hourly wages, as well as reimbursements for meal & incidental expenses and housing expenses incurred on behalf of the Company. Please speak with a recruiter for additional details.