Compact State Travel Nursing Jobs: Albuquerque, NM Spotlight

Compact State Travel Nursing Jobs: Albuquerque, NM Spotlight

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We want to be your advocate as you navigate your travel nursing career! This a spotlight on Compact State Travel Nursing Jobs, specifically our jobs in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We currently have 19 Registered Nurse Positions available in Albuquerque in the following various specialties: ER, PICU, OR, CVOR, ICU, Radiology, Pediatrics, Telemetry, PCU, Medical Surgical, and Case Manager. The starting pay for these positions is between $36 and $45 per hour.

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Albuquerque is a unique city, that definitely deserves your consideration as your next travel nursing destination. The registered nurse contracts we have available are January start dates. So you will be in Albuquerque to enjoy the winter highs of 53 degrees. Please enjoy the list we curated of things to do during your 13 week stay in New Mexico. Complete a profile with us today, and a nurse placement specialist will be in touch with you shortly with a list positions that match your needs.

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Albuquerque, NM: Compact State Travel Nursing Jobs Spotlight

Sandia Peak Tramway

Sandia Peak Tramway
The Tram is a great way to see the scenery from an vantage point that is impossible to recreate! The panoramic windows provide a 360 degree. To the west you’ll see Rio Grande and a volcano field, Mount Taylor rises. To the east you can enjoy a view of the Sandias and, on the far horizon, the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the capitol city of Santa Fe. This is a must see in Albuquerque. Per their website, the tram is open daily 9am to 8pm except Tue. open 5pm to 8pm weather permitting.

 

Albuquerque Biological Park

The bio park zoo is home to several creatures including rhinos, lions, snow leopards, spider monkeys, and wombats. The Albuquerque bio-park also boast a botanical garden, an aquarium, Tingley beach!
The bio park zoo is home to several creatures including rhinos, lions, snow leopards, spider monkeys, and wombats. The Albuquerque bio-park also boast a botanical garden, an aquarium, Tingley beach!

Petroglyph National Monument

This is a national park with scenic trails leading to different petroglyph viewing areas. It features more than 25,000 highly fragile petroglyph images pecked into dark boulders along the volcanic cliffs of the West Mesa escarpment. Petroglyphs are cultural images pecked into rock surfaces that can still be viewed in their original context. They possess deep spiritual significance for today’s Pueblo Indians and other native peoples.
This is a national park with scenic trails leading to different petroglyph viewing areas. It features more than 25,000 highly fragile petroglyph images pecked into dark boulders along the volcanic cliffs of the West Mesa escarpment. Petroglyphs are cultural images pecked into rock surfaces that can still be viewed in their original context. They possess deep spiritual significance for today’s Pueblo Indians and other native peoples.

 

National Museum of Nuclear Science and History

Visit the museum to learn about the past, present and future of Nuclear science in an objective scientific environment. Learn about Nuclear science, and delve further as you explore the way nuclear science has effected political and historic scenarios surrounding war.
Visit the museum to learn about the past, present and future of Nuclear science in an objective scientific environment. Learn about Nuclear science, and delve further as you explore the way nuclear science has effected political and historic scenarios surrounding war.

Spaceship House

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Explore the out-there architecture of roadside spectacle: “The Spaceship House.” The house was designed by a student of Frank Lloyd Wright, and it is sure to leave an impression on visitors.