Registered Nurse RN

Maxim Healthcare Services Nursing
Fairfield, CA
Post Date:
February 24, 2021

Maxim Government Services (MGS), a service delivery of Maxim Healthcare Services, is currently seeking a Registered Nurse RN for an opportunity to provide Intensive Care services to military members and their families at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, California. This is right near wine country and travel options are available!


MGS provides healthcare professionals the opportunity to choose from prestigious contracts within Federal, State and Local facilities throughout the United States.  Our dedicated team of professional recruiters and support personnel will offer you the same level of care and commitment that you provide your patients.  Allow us to match your skills, experience and schedule to find you the employment opportunity you are seeking!


For further information and/or to apply to this opportunity, please contact Chelsea Hagerty at 410-910-2045, [email protected], or apply online!




Position Details:

  • Knowledge of professional care theories, principles, practices, and procedures to perform nursing assignments of critically ill patients.

  • Distinguish between normal and abnormal physical findings, plan appropriate nursing care

  • Identify impending or existing emotional or psychiatric crisis and provide appropriate intervention.

  • Carry out prescribed physician orders and document in patient medical record.

  • Administer prescribed critical care medications to include multiple critical care medication drips and intravenous push drugs. Administration consideration based on protocols, policy and recommendations by medical references.

  • Assess and document patient response to medications administered and intervene if desired response is not achieved.

  • Properly apply cardiac monitor leads and 12 lead EKG machine, analyze rhythm strips and notify Physician of any abnormal results (e.g., dysrhythmias for patient situation). Be able to interpret cardiac rhythms and their implications, intervene on emergent changes.

  • Care for patients with a variety of hemodynamic monitors to include pressure lines/transducers, Swan-Ganz catheters, and arterial lines. Obtain hemodynamic parameters and interpret results. Notify physician of any parameters outside of expected results.

  • Be able to initiate life saving measures in the absence of a physician.


Experience/Qualifications Needed:


  • Must have graduated from a critical care training course or completion of an equitable platform (i.e., Essentials of Critical Care Orientation [ECCO], online course from the American Association of Critical Care Nurses).


  • Must have completed an adult trauma training course (i.e., Trauma Nurse Core Course [TNCC], or Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses [ATCN]).


  • Minimum of two years experience with at least one year in a critical care area of four or more beds. One year of experience must have occurred within the last 24 months.


  • Have and maintain current certification in Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) by the American Heart Association. In addition to BCLS, certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) is required for the Critical Care Unit.


  • PALS


For further information and/or to apply to this opportunity, please contact Chelsea Hagerty at 410-910-2045, [email protected], or apply online!



Chelsea Hagerty
Phone: 410-910-2045