RN - Occupational Health

Mallarry Dierkes
Recruiter Phone
Recruiter Extension
Washington DC
Direct phone number
314 744 4145
Occupational Health - Staff Registered Nurse
FOH - Region NCR - DC - A54 - Dept Of Labor
Recruiter Email

Job Description

Spectrum Healthcare Resources has a potential opportunity for a civilian Occupational Health Staff Registered Nurse (RN) to support the Department of Labor in Washington, D.C.


Position Details:

  • Full-Time Position
  • Clinic Hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • No Holidays, Weekends or On-Call Duties
  • Opportunity to Care for Federal Employees
  • Competitive compensation and benefits

Position Requirements:

  • Current BLS/CPR (with AED) certification
  • Have and maintain a valid, unrestricted Registered Nurse state license in any state in the United States, District of Columbia or the territory of Puerto Rico.
  • Possess a minimum of 2 years' experience in an Occupational Health or related experience such as public health/community health, outpatient clinic, school nursing, or physician office

Company Overview:

Spectrum Healthcare Resources (SHR) was established in 1988 to deliver systems and processes designed to meet the unique needs of Military and VA Health Systems.  SHR is a leading organization that provides physician and clinical staffing and management services to United States Military Treatment Facilities, VA clinics and other Federal Agencies through various contracting vehicles.  A Joint Commission Health Care Staffing Services firm, SHR is the military staffing division of TeamHealth, a Nationwide organization that serves 850 civilian and military hospitals with a team of 9,600 affiliated health care professionals.


Spectrum Healthcare Resources is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.



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