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Create your free online profile on our website. After creating your free profile, you can easily browse for job listings in Hawaii that best suit your experience and background. We will also notify you when new potential assignments are listed that match your requirements.
Connect with one of our friendly Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiters who will answer all your questions about travel nursing in Hawaii. They will help you lock in your assignment, and offer ongoing support 24/7.
Sign your contract and enjoy your new travel nursing assignment in Hawaii. If you end up loving your assignment and location, we can help extend your assignment or find other options within the state. If not, our staff will assist you in finding a new assignment.
You crave island time, beaches, and consistently warm weather. Perhaps you like the upcountry life with fresh locally grown produce and wineries. When you are looking for travel nurse jobs, Hawaii is an attractive option.
Living in Hawaii requires a slower pace of life, this is called “island time”. If you want to escape the rat race of the mainland and slow down for a while, Hawaii may be the place for you.
If you want access to some city life, the island of Oahu has the diversity of Honolulu and the surfing paradise of North Beach. You could go hiking up the Koko Crater trail, snorkeling, surfing, or stand-up paddleboarding off the coastline.
You can also get your fill of history at Pearl Harbor or the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. There are lots of museums dedicated to local history both pre and post-colonization.
If you’re looking for diverse geography, Maui is a great option. With 17 different microclimates, there is a preferred climate for everyone. Agriculture is abundant on Maui and you can find fresh, local produce year-round.
Spend time on the coastline and peruse the shops and restaurants in communities like Lahaina, Kaanapali, and Wailea. Or head upcountry to the charming neighborhood of Makawao. The drive to
Hana is an exercise in control as the 64.4 mile-long highway is narrow, windy, and passes over 59 bridges. Many of which are only wide enough for one car to pass. Let your adventurous side out and this road trip will be one you never forget.
Now for the downside. Moving to Hawaii is difficult, but not impossible, without a local contact. Malihini, a newcomer to Hawaii, may have difficulty getting a good price on an apartment, finding a job, and many other things. Your recruiter will help you navigate all these things to make your transition as easy as possible. Saving you from much of the newcomer stress.
Becoming a travel nurse in Hawaii is also a great way to get your foot in the door in order to move permanently to the islands. Just like any travel nursing contract, this time allows you to scope out an area, and a facility, before taking a permanent position.
Each facility has a distinct culture and a travel nurse has the luxury of not being committed to one location. Bureaucracy and facility politics are easier to manage when your position is temporary.
Interested in travel nursing jobs in Honolulu, Hawaii? Create your free profile with Trusted Nurse Staffing and you can begin searching for jobs in Hawaii today.
Are you looking for travel nursing jobs in Kahului, Hawaii? When you create your free profile with Trusted Nurse Staffing you can start your search immediately and to save you time, you can receive notifications when new postings become available.
Hoping to move to Kailua for your next travel nurse assignment? We’ve got you covered. Find the best travel nurse jobs in Hawaii with Trusted Nurse Staffing by creating a free online profile today.
Yes. Hawaii is not a Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) member. What this means for you, is you need to be specifically licensed to work in Hawaii. States that are part of the NLC allow nurses to work in other NLC states without having to obtain additional licenses.
There are two ways to apply for a nursing license in Hawaii. You can obtain a temporary license through employer endorsement or apply for a permanent license. Verifying your credentials can take some time. If you dream of the warm weather and “island time” life, it’s best to plan months ahead.
The Hawaii Board of Nursing is located in Honolulu on the island of Oahu. If you have secured an assignment on Maui for example, be aware that some island-hopping might be necessary if you need to visit the Board of Nursing in person or if you need to take any classes to get recertified.
Sound difficult to organize? Our staff at Trusted Nurse Staffing will guide you every step of the way and will take the burden off making the journey to Hawaii.
According to ZipRecruiter, travel nurses in Honolulu make approximately $1,751 per week. Some of the top specialties in Honolulu such as…
…can make about 20% more per week.
The state of Hawaii has the most expensive cost of living compared to the rest of the U.S. You might not put as much money as away as you would in more inexpensive areas, but you can gain access to that island life.
This is difficult to say, as most assignments in Hawaii have a high cost of living. However, these cities are easier on the wallet than most:
In the areas popular with tourists, real estate and food costs will be higher. If you want a more laid-back experience, consider less popular locations for your job search. Our team at Trusted Nurse Staffing will be glad to help you find a location and assignment that suits your needs.
When looking for housing, travel nurses in Hawaii may choose to:
If you decide to search for your own accommodations one of our helpful recruiters will be happy to offer you insight into the housing that past travel nurses have used. They can also connect you with travel nurses in the area who may be looking for roommates.
Finding the right agency for travel nurse jobs in Hawaii may seem tricky with so many choices, but there are a few things you can do to narrow your search:
The team at Trusted Nurse Staffing is standing by to help. We’re confident that our pay, benefits, and 24/7 support are above and beyond the industry standard.
Through quality support, we want to prove it to you.
Larger cities like Honolulu are going to have a larger variety of available assignments but there are openings in smaller cities.
After you complete our free online profile, Trusted Nurse Staffing will email you alerts to notify you of open positions as they become available. This saves you the trouble of regularly checking each city of interest.
Depending on the island you are located on, you’ll have access to beaches and highlands, waterfalls, and hiking opportunities.
If you find yourself on Oahu, Honolulu is never short of diversions. The food scene is diverse. You can find unique pan-Asian fusion, locally caught seafood, and distinct island flavors. Hawaii, the birthplace of surfing, has waves for every level. The North Shore attracts surfers from around the world during big wave season between November and February.
If you find yourself on Maui, the sheer number of public beaches do not disappoint. Head inland to the upcountry where the local farmers market occurs every Saturday. Maui has 17 different microclimates which means that food is grown year-round. If you want to get even further upcountry, head to Haleakala for a sunrise or sunset.
Flights are frequent between the islands. Taking a quick flight to another island may be great for a weekend excursion or a celebratory experience at the end of your assignment.