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For the most up-to-date information about Colorado licensure information and requirements, visit the Colorado Board of Nursing website.
Since Colorado is a compact state, nurses with a multi-state license can practice nursing within the state without applying for a Colorado nursing license.
Nurses who do not have a multi-state license will need to apply for licensure by endorsement.
RNs and LPNs applying for licensure by endorsement must:
APRNs applying for licensure by endorsement must:
Additionally, if you are an APRN and hold an active Compact-Multi State RN license, you must:
During the beginning of the COVID pandemic, temporary licenses were issued, but a majority of those expired at the end of 2020 and there is not a current process for obtaining a temporary license.
All licensure fees must be paid by check or money order.
RNs and LPNs applying for endorsement in Colorado must pay a $70 application fee. APRNs must pay an additional $44 application fee. If you are an APRN who needs prescriptive authority in the state of Colorado, there is an additional $89 fee.
Colorado became a part of the Nurse Licensure Compact in January 2018.
Colorado is not currently a walk-through state.
Currently, Colorado does not have any additional CEU requirements.
The average salary for travel nurses in Colorado is $1,413 per week.
The average salary for Boulder, CO, travel nurses is $1,452 per week.
The average salary for Broomfield, CO, travel nurses is $1,438 per week.
The average salary for Denver, CO, travel nurses is $1,433 per week.
The average salary for Aurora, CO, travel nurses is $1,432 per week.
The average salary for Jefferson, CO, travel nurses is $1,428 per week.
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To get started with your search, create an online profile on our website. From there, you can effortlessly search through job listings for Colorado travel nursing assignments.
Not into the toll of the scroll? We will also send notifications when new Colorado travel nursing jobs that you qualify for go live.
Next you’ll connect with your Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiter. This person will be your lifeline in answering all your questions about Colorado travel nursing, helping secure your assignment, and offering ongoing support throughout your entire partnership with Trusted Nurse Staffing.
Sign your contract for a Colorado travel nursing assignment and get ready to enjoy all that Colorado has to offer. If you fall in love with the area, we will help you extend your contract. If not, we are ready to help you find your dream assignment in another state.
If you have a taste for adventure, travel nursing in Colorado may be a perfect fit for you.
With over 2,000 freshwater lakes, 8,000 miles of rivers and streams, and natural wonders like the Rocky Mountains, there’s no shortage of outdoor recreational activities in Colorado.
Horseback riding, whitewater rafting, and breathtaking hikes are all popular activities. You won’t want to miss the 24-acre Denver Botanic Gardens or the Colorado Springs Garden of the Gods.
If you love cold weather, spending the winter in Colorado is like living in a wonderland. Aspen and Vail are extremely popular destinations with some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the country. You won’t be able to get over the stunning views of the Rocky Mountains. Looking for a way to warm up? Visit the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool for a relaxing experience.
If you aren’t an outdoor enthusiast, don’t despair. Colorado offers plenty of urban landscapes with museums, bars, restaurants, and clubs. Music and arts festivals are also a common occurrence in Colorado cities.
Create your free online profile with Trusted Nurse Staffing to view all of our active travel nursing assignments in Denver, Colorado.
To view our active travel nursing assignments in Boulder, create an online profile on our website and scroll through our current job listings.
If you’re interested in viewing current Colorado Springs travel nursing jobs, create an online profile on our website and view all of our active listings for travel nursing jobs in the area.
When it comes to housing options for travel nursing jobs in Colorado, you have two choices:
Be sure to talk with your recruiter about which option is right for you. They may have additional insight on the area you are moving to and can even help link you up with other responsible travel nurses that are looking for roommates.
The length of your travel nursing assignment in Colorado can vary depending on:
At Trusted Nurse Staffing, we offer flexible contracts for travel nursing jobs in Colorado. This means that travel nurses have the choice to select contract lengths at 6,8, and 13-week assignments depending on what is available. If you end up loving your Colorado travel nursing assignment, our staff can assist you in extending at the end of your contract.
Depending on which travel nursing agency you partner with, the benefits you receive as a travel nurse can vary.
As an example, Trusted Nurse Staffing offers:
Now that you know what type of benefits can be made available to you, consider speaking with a Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiter on how we can best support you as a travel nurse.
When it comes to travel nursing in Colorado, you can’t pick a bad assignment. No matter where you are in the state, there is always something to do. Whether you’re an outdoors enthusiast or a nightlife aficionado, Colorado has a little bit of something for everyone.
One of the most popular things to do in Colorado among travel nurses is hitting the slopes in the Rocky Mountains. Skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling are all crowd favorites.
Looking for something a little more down-to-earth? Colorado has an abundance of museums, like the Colorado art museum, and an ever-revolving door of music and food festivals. If you are a foodie, you’ll definitely want to check out the Food and Wine festival in Aspen.
Having a travel nursing agency that you can rely on is important. At Trusted Nurse Staffing, we pride ourselves on offering 24/7 support to our nurses. If you call us on the phone, someone will answer.
Aside from our dedication and respect for nurses, we offer the highest pay in the industry for travel nurses. We also provide other benefits like education reimbursements, bonuses, health insurance, and more.