Big Island – Travel Contracts

Have your dream job in paradise and what’s a better place than Big Island.

Below are Kahu Malama Nurses’ current Job Opportunities:

  • ER Registered Nurse: 13 week contract, starting ASAP.
    • Shift or schedule requirements.
      8 or 12 hour shifts, scheduled 80-88 hours in 2 week period, manager to determine shift upon arrival, one on call shift per roster, at least one weekend off per roster.
      Floating to other units/departments.
    • Required skills and minimum years of experience.
      More than 2 years’ experience, proficient IV skills, familiar with Stroke, STEMI and Trauma activations, Understands core measures and National Patient Safety Goals, familiar with AIDET and Press Ganey patient customer services
      ACLS, PALS, TNCC, BLS, NIHSS, (Mandatory). NCI and Procedural Sedation (requested, not mandatory)
  • Flex Pool Registered Nurse: 13 week contract, starting ASAP.
    • Required skills and minimum years of experience.
      2-10 years’ experience
    • Specific licensures and certifications/registrations required.
      BLS, ACLS
      Shift or schedule requirements.
      Will be required to work various shift lengths and various days.
  • Behavioral Health Registered Nurse: 13 week contract, starting 3/19/2018
    • Staff RN on 11 bed adult behavioral health unit. Performs admissions, daily assesments, discharges, lead psycho/education groups for patients. Dual diagnosis competent, chemically dependent patients. Must be comfortable working with forensic patients. Must be EMR and Pyxis competent.
    • This position will be both nights and days as needed per the manager.
    • ONLY CANDIDATES ON FAST TRACK FOR HAWAII LICENSING AND CURRENT CPI WILL BE CONSIDERED, CANDIDATES MUST HAVE CURRENT CERTIFICATION IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ASSULTIVE PATIENTS, ie..CPI OR P.A.R.T. BEFORE START DATE.

Aside from being known as the island of volcanoes, the Big Island is also famous for the Merrie Monarch Festival – a week long Hula competition, honoring the memory of the last king of Hawaii, King David Kalākaua, the annual Waimea Rodeo and the snowcapped Mauna Kea. Yes! Snow in tropical Hawaii! And of course who can forget about the delicious Kona Coffee and Big Island Cookies.

With so many different climate zones and landscapes to explore, it can be quite hard to decide which part of the island to see first. Wherever your feet take you, the Big Island is a beautiful place to be.

Call now to apply at 808-951-0111, ext. 2 or send in your resume to travel@kahumalamanurses.com