One of the greatest benefits of travel nursing is that you get to choose where you want to work.
Because the demand for nurses so high, finding a job is easy. The best way to find a job is to have your recruiter let you know all the job openings in the areas you want to travel to, that way you can explore pay packages and housing options.
Keep an open mind when looking for an assignment. If the exact city you want to travel to doesn’t have a job opening, there may be something in the same state that is close by. Because these contracts are only 13 weeks, the commitment is minimal. If you need to obtain a license for a new state, please allow time for processing.
The interview process for a travel nurse position is much simpler than for a staff position. Usually a nurse or unit manager will call you after already reviewing your work history, skills checklist and references and determining whether you are eligible for that position. Remember, this is your time to find out everything you can about the facility so ask any questions you may have.
If you are interested in exploring a new area as a travel nurse, click on the contact tab and fill out your information. One of our recruiters will contact you right away!