Nursing

What is Travel Nursing and why should I consider it?

Travel nursing is your dream nursing job! (On your own terms)

Travel nurses are RNs or LPNs who fill in on temporary assignments at hospitals, long term care facilities and more while they have nursing shortages. There are so many great reasons to consider becoming a travel nurse, check them out below.

Benefits of Travel Nursing

  • Earn more money
  • Sharpen your clinical skills
  • Work with a wide variety of patient populations
  • Learn new EMR systems
  • Travel the country and get paid to do it
  • Spend more time with family and guarantee yourself the time off you need
  • Have your licenses and credentials paid for
  • Have the freedom and flexibility to work where you want/ when you want

What your Trusted representative does for YOU:

  • Analyzes your education, experience, and work history to help you fully customize your resume for the position you want
  • Listens to your goals, interests, and availability
  • Creates a list of possible assignments based on your conversations and skillset
  • Connects you with and submits you to your top choices
  • Arranges a phone interview with the facilities hiring manager
  • Consults with you on the offer details to ensure you are getting exactly what you want/need and confirms start date
  • Assists with all pre-hire compliance, including setting you up for drug screens, appointments, assisting with getting your certifications up to date and guides you through the sometimes-tedious onboarding process at each new facility you are placed at
  • Acts as your go to for all of your questions and concerns during your assignment, whether that be for moral support or something relating directly to the facility or position. You will always feel like your trusted representative has your back
  • Negotiates and extends your current assignment or helps you choose and plan for the next adventure

Travel Nursing Requirements:

Who We Are Looking For:

  • Licensed LPN, RN or BSN in the state or compact state where you will be working
  • Tenured professionals with a minimum of 1-2 years of experience in their specialty (preferably in a hospital setting)
  • Proven professionals who are flexible and open to new opportunities

What You Will Need:

  • Necessary certifications for your specialty (BLS, ACLS, PALS etc)
  • Vaccination Records/ Drug Screen/ Background Check and Testing will be required (but don’t worry, Trusted has dedicated Compliance Associates to help you navigate this part of the journey)
  • commitment to providing compassionate, skilled medical care with a focus on patient satisfaction
  • Completion of CEUs for state licensure, if looking to be licensed in a new state

Ready to Work with Trusted Nurse Staffing?

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A rewarding travel nursing assignment awaits! From sunny coast towns to the beautiful south, your next adventure starts here! Experience why registered nurses, therapists and allied health professionals trust their careers with Trusted Nurse Staffing.

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