Registered Nurse (RN)

The Quiah Group is currently hiring experienced medical professionals like you to join our team and make a significant impact in the field of healthcare. Our upcoming project is a groundbreaking initiative that requires a team of passionate medical experts. If you’re looking for a chance to showcase your skills and contribute to a meaningful endeavor, this is the perfect opportunity.

Job Description

Quiah Group is excited to offer experienced and skilled Registered Nurses (RNs) the opportunity to excel in advanced roles with a specialized focus, encompassing responsibilities ranging from a nursing specialty area to charge or supervisory duties. This position includes responsibilities at the RNC-A level, reflecting your expertise and leadership in nursing. Join us and explore short-to-long term positions that also offer the captivating possibility of travel.


  • Engage in roles that span from being a working supervisor to a charge nurse, leveraging your advanced expertise in a specialized nursing area.
  • Utilize your extensive knowledge and skills as a seasoned RN to engage with patients, staff nurses, supervisory and manager-level nurses, physicians, and other program or management staff.
  • Embrace assignments that entail increased clinical or administrative responsibilities, including the supervision of registered nurses, LPNs, or other medical support staff.
  • Contribute to clinical research and study activities, potentially participating in the development of research protocols, data collection and analysis, and the preparation of abstracts for publication.
  • Your work will significantly impact the quality and effectiveness of patient care.
  • Assume a pivotal role in overseeing nursing services, ensuring their alignment with the highest standards.
  • May serve as a point of contact for a specialized medical area within a nursing program.
  • Play a key role in mentoring and developing fellow healthcare professionals.
  • Provide invaluable guidance and supervision to nursing, medical, and direct support staff.
  • Assign staff, evaluate clinical and administrative matters, and assess performance.
  • Exercise sound judgment over critical issues of patient care and staff performance.


  • Active RN licensure.
  • Successful completion of an accredited nursing program.
  • Demonstrated expertise in a specialized nursing area.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Proficiency in clinical research methodologies.
  • Prior supervisory or leadership experience is essential.


  • Competitive compensation reflective of 1099 contract positions.
  • Engaging exposure to diverse healthcare settings and patient populations.
  • A unique opportunity to explore short-term and long-term assignments.
  • Immerse yourself in the excitement of travel opportunities.
  • Contribute to positive patient outcomes through your exceptional skills.
Job Category: Human capital
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: Nottoway Correctional Center

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