PICC Nurse Jobs – Current Openings

“For our PICC Nurse Jobs, we look for our clinicians to be courageous and present new ideas, and those looking for a career.  Our culture is one of candor, collaboration, and vulnerability and we want our clinicians to look at things independently and critically.  We improve as a team and as an organization by valuing input from all team members.  At Vascular Wellness, our clinicians have a voice and professional opportunity for growth.  Our employees are not just a number – each employee is an individual with ideas and we want to hear them.”
~
 Nancy Warden, Chief Clinical Officer

PICC Nurse Jobs

Current Openings

Immediate Openings:
Asheville, NC; 
Fayetteville, NC; Norfolk, VA; & Charleston, WV.

Hiring PICC Nurses

Mobile Vascular Access PICC Nurse Jobs

Full-Time and Part-Time Employee RN, PRN, and LPN positions available

Daily travel approximately 100-mile radius from home city required.

Generally Available Locations: Virginia; North Carolina (esp Charlotte, Raleigh, Asheville); South Carolina (esp Greenville, Florence); Kentucky; Tennessee; Georgia; & West Virginia.

Immediate Openings:  Asheville, NC; 
Fayetteville, NC; Norfolk, VA; & Charleston, WV.

(Cities and shifts may vary based on openings and client needs)

PICC Nurse/Vascular Access Nurse Knowledge and Skills:

  • Provide patient consultations for Vascular Access Device appropriateness using diagnosis, intravenous plan of therapy, prognosis, and medical/surgical history.
  • Set up and perform vascular access procedures as ordered in accordance with skill-set. Appropriately trained and credentialed clinicians may set up and perform basic (PICC, Midline, peripheral IV) insertion or advanced (IJ, Axillary, Femoral line) insertion.
  • Understand and use all required infection prevention measures, including hand washing, PPE, and maximal sterile field.
  • Use ultrasound guidance for all MST insertions and difficult to visualize IV access.
  • Understand and perform complete documentation and full report to the licensed person caring for the patient post-insertion.
  • Ensure compliance with all facility policies and procedures regarding medical practice, cleanliness, and infection control.

Abilities:

  • Understand the Nurse Practice Act in the state of practice.
  • Work independently and provide comprehensive reporting within a group.
  • Adapt to new environments and techniques.
  • Communicate and teach with excellence.
  • Willingly maintain and improve knowledge level related to vascular access with seminars, magazines, books, and more.
  • Remain aware of situations with a focus on patient and client experience.
  • Maintain a positive professional demeanor, with strong self-evaluation skills.
  • Sit, walk, stand, bend, squat, climb, kneel, twist, and lift up to 30 pounds independently.
  • See with corrective eyewear.
  • Hear clearly with assistive devices.

Benefits:

  • Employer subsidized Medical Insurance.
  • Employer paid Dental Insurance.
  • Employer paid Vision Insurance.
  • Employer paid Short-Term Disability Insurance.
  • Employer paid Long-Term Disability Insurance.
  • Employer paid Life Insurance with AD&D benefit.
  • Employer paid Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
  • 401(k) Plan with Employer matching.
  • Paid Time Off (PTO).
  • Holiday Pay.

We will train new nurses with 0-2 years of ICU, NICU, PICU, Dialysis, Transport, or ER experience. All you need is a desire to learn about vascular access. Ideal candidates have experience with ultrasound-guided vascular access, central line care and maintenance, and/or line placement. Highly experienced vascular access nurses will have the opportunity to improve their skill set with small bore procedures and beyond.

Please send your resume using the Resume Submission form below.  Resume must include license number and state of issuance, educational experience, and desired coverage area.  At your option, please submit a cover letter and other additional information.  Employment is contingent on reference check, drug screen, and criminal background check.

Curious about becoming PICC Nurse?

COVID-19: Our PICC Nurses/Vascular Access Nurses regularly enter client facilities that require contractors to receive vaccinations against COVID-19. Vascular Wellness requires all clinicians entering these facilities to comply with all client rules concerning vaccinations. Before employment, Vascular Wellness will request proof of vaccination.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment based on merit and without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national origin, age (40 or older), disability, genetic information (including family medical history), veteran status, and other classifications protected by applicable law.

Vascular Wellness uses E-Verify to verify the right of all new employees to legally work in the United States. After an offer of employment has been made and accepted, Vascular Wellness will request the new employee to complete an I-9 form.

Want more than just a PICC Service or PICC Team?
Email us below or call 877-284-4435.
We are Vascular Access Specialists and here to help and answer your questions.

Let us be part of your trusted Healthcare Team.

Vascular Wellnesssm provides clinical vascular access nursing services at the bedside across the Southeast to a diverse client base including Tertiary Hospitals, Community Hospitals, Long Term Acute Care Hospitals, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Surgical and Outpatient Centers,  Hospice, and At-Home care.

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Vascular Wellness
151 Quarrystone Circle
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Cary, NC 27519
919-226-3694

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