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Trusted nurse staffing is such a great company to work for and they are so easy to work with. I love using them as my first company for travel nursing!
My recruiter did an amazing job at finding the best fit for me! An outstanding job with communication, updates and ensuring all my questions were answered!!
I have been with Trusted Staffing for about 18 months now. I have essentially been working local contracts, but the experiences have been memorable. My recruiter, is always available when I have a question or concern. Travel nursing is something all nurses should experience. I can't wait until I can do some serious traveling
Every member of this company I’ve interacted with has exceeded my expectations. My recruiter, Alex, is so commutative and goes above and beyond always. I can’t imagine switching to another company!
I have had the best experience with Trusted Nurse Staffing. My recruiter Tom is amazing. He always treats me with respect and as a friend. He is on top of everything I need. And when my Dad passed away, he helped me with time off, no problem and they even sent me a beautiful comfort box that was very helpful. Fully recommend this agency.
Create your free online profile on our website. After creating your free profile, you can easily and quickly browse our job listings for Idaho travel nurse assignments that look interesting to you. To make your life easier, we can notify you when there are new Idaho travel nursing jobs that match your requirements.
Connect with your recruiter. The primary job of the recruiter is you sell your skills. Make sure to add all your specialties and experiences to your online profile. These recruiters are available to you 24/7 to answer your questions. They will secure your site and assist you throughout your assignment.
Sign your contract. Once you find a location and assignment that works for you, you and your recruiter we’ll go over the specifics of your contract. Then you can begin your new adventure!
As a travel nurse, you have the freedom to choose what area you want to work in.
What hobbies and interests can you find in Idaho?
Geology fanatics will find kinship in Idaho. Known as the Gem State, Idaho is home to one of the largest concentrations of star garnet in the world. The other being India. 72 different precious and semi-precious stones have been found there. Geode hunting anyone?
Fishing is abundant in Idaho. Trout, steelhead, salmon, and bass, and more are some of the common species found in Idaho’s Rivers and lakes.
In the wintertime, the mountains become covered in snow. Skiers and snowboarders can find many slopes to shred in the winter. Here are some of the top ski resorts in Idaho:
Do you enjoy hiking? The Sawtooth National Recreation Area alone is made up of 756,000 wilderness acres and over 700 miles of hiking and equine Trails. Idaho has over 40 peaks that reach above 10,000 feet in elevation.
Idaho is covered with wilderness areas to explore and has 114 mountain ranges. Over 60% of the state is public land and it boasts 3.9 million acres of wilderness. That’s a lot of potential adventure.
The area around Coeur d’Alene also has plenty of sites to see. You can enjoy the lake, hike the surrounding hills, or enjoy Coeur d’Alene proper.
Bruneau Dunes in southwest Idaho is the largest freestanding dune in North America. Here you can rent sand sleds and slide down after the hike to the top. If you’re a fan of off-roading, the St. Anthony sand dunes is a popular playground for ATVs and dune buggies.
If you prefer a more urban environment, Boise (pronounced Boy-see) may be more your speed. Nicknamed The City of Trees, you’ll still get your fill of greenery. Boise gives you quick access to nature with the convenience of a city.
In Boise, Idaho, travel nurse jobs are in demand. Simply create your free profile with Trusted Nurse Staffing and you can begin browsing jobs in Boise today.
Are you looking for travel nursing positions in Meridian, Idaho? When you create your free profile with Trusted Nurse Staffing you can start your search immediately. To save you time, you will receive notifications when new postings become available.
Hoping to move to Coeur d’Alene for your first, or next travel nurse assignment? We’ve got you covered. Find the best travel nurse jobs in Idaho with Trusted Nurse Staffing by creating a free online profile today.
Yes. You have two options for licensure. License by exam or license by endorsement. Idaho is part of the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC). This means that if you have a license from an NLC state, you do not need to apply for an Idaho specific license.
These are some common steps to take to obtain licensure across States:
If you already have a nursing license, you can receive licensure by endorsement, by doing the following:
Don’t let these requirements get you down. Our team at Trusted Nurse Staffing has helped hundreds of nurses obtain licenses in every state across the country, and we can help you too.
While salaries can differ depending on which city and specialty you work in, Registered Nurses (RNs) in Idaho have a slightly lower salary than the national average.
However, according to ZipRecruiter, the average pay for a travel nurse in Idaho is about $1,597/week. Assignments that require specialties pay much more.
In addition to a high-paying travel nurse salary, travel nurses receive benefits like housing stipends, travel and meal allowances, bonuses, and more.
Right now, the highest-paying cities for travel nurse jobs in Idaho are:
Remember that the cost of living will affect your overall take home. While some cities may have a lower-paying salary, the cost of living may end up being quite a bit lower than the higher paying Idaho cities.
Idaho is known for having an average cost of living compared to other States.
While you can expect to pay more for living expenses in cities like Coeur d’Alene or Meridian, Idaho comes in just under the national average.
Housing costs are a little higher than the national average while the cost of utilities and groceries are lower than average. Thankfully, as a travel nurse, housing is made easy for you.
Travel nurses in Idaho have two main options when searching for housing:
If you decide to search for your own accommodation, one of our helpful recruiters will be happy to offer you insight into housing that past travel nurses have used. They can also connect you with travel nurses in the area who may be looking for a roommate.
Finding the right agency for travel nurse jobs in Idaho 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 ready to take your call. We’re confident that our pay, benefits, and 24/7 support are beyond the industry standard, and we want to prove it to you.
Finding the best place for travel nurse jobs in Idaho will depend heavily on what type of lifestyle you prefer.
Based on pay alone, cities like Coeur d’Alene and Boise usually boast above-average salaries and may appeal to those wanting high pay in a beautiful location.
You can easily find the call of the wild outside many cities in Idaho, yet some cities are more rural than most. If this jives with you and you’re considering travel nursing, Idaho may be the place for you.
You can get access to the wilderness within a comfortable distance from most cities in Idaho. Point in any direction and there is sure to be an activity that suits you.
Travel nurses can be invaluable to facilities struggling to fully staff their facilities during the pandemic. There is an increased need for travel nurses to help besieged Covid-19 hot spots. Travel nurses can fill in gaps in staffing, allowing transient human capital to ease the pressure on overrun hospitals.