Table of Contents
- Find Current Travel Nursing Jobs in North Dakota
- North Dakota Licensure Information and Requirements
- North Dakota CEU Requirements
- What Is the Average Travel Nursing Salary in North Dakota?
- How To Become a Travel Nurse in North Dakota With Trusted Nurse Staffing in Three Simple Steps
- Why Should You Consider Becoming a Travel Nurse in North Dakota?
- What Are The High-Demand Travel Nursing Specialities in North Dakota Right Now?
- FAQs About North Dakota Travel Nursing
Find Current Travel Nurse Jobs in North Dakota
North Dakota Licensure Information and Requirements
For the latest up-to-date information on licensure requirements and fees, visit the North Dakota Board of Nursing website or contact the North Dakota Board of Nursing licensing division at 1-701-328-9777.
If you have a multi-state nursing license, you’re in luck. North Dakota is a compact state, and you will not need to apply for a North Dakota nursing license if you already have a multi-state nursing license.
If your primary state of residence is not part of the Nurse Licensure Compact, you must meet the following requirements for licensure by endorsement:
- Have a valid United States Social Security Number.
- Complete a nursing program to prepare you for the level of licensure sought, and one that included supervised clinical experience across the life span.
- Provide one of the following:
- 400 hours of licensed nursing practice in the last 4 years; or
- A completed nursing program within the last 4 years; or
- A completed board refresher course within the last 4 years
- Provide verification of licensure from your original state of license by exam, and must meet the North Dakota requirements in effect at the time of application. To submit verification of licensure status, access Nursys® to complete the electronic verification process. Choose Nursys® Licensure Verification on the far right in green. We will check this website for your verification upon receipt of your application. The following states do not participate in the Nursys® verification process: CA-LPN, MI, PA. If you need verification from one of these states, print the Verification of Licensure form. Complete the top section and forward the form to the state you are needing verification from. Contact the state for fee information, as most states charge a fee for completing a verification form.
- Provide official transcripts from your basic education program. Request your college to send the official transcript of your grades with the degree posted directly to the ND Board of Nursing office.
- Complete the online application and pay a fee of $170.
- Complete a Criminal History Record Check and fingerprinting.
A 90-day, non-renewable temporary permit is issued to applicants if a portion of the initial requirements listed in items 1-4 under “To Apply” are received in the Board Office.
To receive a temporary permit, the following must be received in the Board Office:
- The online Initial RN/LPN Endorsement Application and fee
- Verification of licensure OR official transcripts
The applicant must also provide evidence of meeting all requirements for licensure in North Dakota
Licensure fees for North Dakota are as follows:
- Non-refundable initial endorsement/licensing fee for an RN – $170
- Criminal Background Check fee – $41.25
- License renewal fee – $140.00
Nurse Licensure Compact Status
The NLC (Nurse Licensure Compact) allows nurses who reside in another one of the 27 participating states to practice nursing, as long as they provide proof of residence in both states and have an active RN license in said state. Nurses do not need to obtain licensure in any other participating compact state.
As of January 19th, 2018, North Dakota is a participating NLC state.
Is North Dakota a Walk-Through State?
North Dakota is not a walk-through state.
North Dakota CEU Requirements
To renew a license, the licensee must show successful completion of 12 contact hours of CE (continuing education) within the preceding two years. If a licensee earns more than 12 contact hours of CE required, they cannot apply the excess hours to satisfy future requirements.
CE can be completed with any of the following board-recognized providers:
- An accredited college or university
- The North Dakota Board of Nursing
- A healthcare regulatory board
- Any professional organization that is nationally accredited to approve CE
What Is the Average Travel Nursing Salary in North Dakota?
If you’re looking for a competitive travel nurse salary, North Dakota may be the state for you.
The average pay for a travel nurse in North Dakota is $1,331/week.
Along with a well-paying travel nurse salary, travel nurses are privy to benefits like housing stipends, travel and meal allowances, bonuses, and more.
Cities in North Dakota With the Highest Travel Nursing Salaries
The average travel nurse salary in Bismark, North Dakota is $1,355 per week.
The average travel nurse salary in Mandan, North Dakota is $1,355 per week.
The average travel nurse salary in Minot, North Dakota is $1,334 per week.
The average travel nurse salary in Williston, North Dakota is $1,334 per week.
The average travel nurse salary in Dickinson, North Dakota is $1,334 per week.
Thousands of Nurses Love Partnering with Trusted Nurse Staffing
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.
How To Become a Travel Nurse in North Dakota With Trusted Nurse Staffing in 3 Simple Steps
Visit our website and create a free profile. You will be able to quickly and easily browse the listings for North Dakota travel nurse jobs. And if you like, we can make things even easier for you by letting you know of any new openings that match your specifications.
Next, we will put you in touch with one of our professional Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiters. Your recruiter will happily answer any questions you may have about North Dakota travel nurse positions, will walk you through the hiring process, and will provide you with ongoing support throughout your travel nurse experience.
Lastly, you will sign your contract and be ready to hit the road as a North Dakota travel nurse. Once your assignment is over, we will be here to help you find your next nursing position. And, if you love where you are and want to stay, we can help you extend your assignment, or we can help you plan your next assignment in another state.
Why Should You Consider Becoming a Travel Nurse in North Dakota?
If you are looking for a travel nursing job filled with adventure, there is plenty to be found in the Midwest state of North Dakota. Best known for its scenic highways, agriculture, and deep roots in Native American tradition, North Dakota is a great place to both work and live.
Check out these fun facts about our 39th state:
- North Dakota is the number one producer of honey in the nation.
- Dakota is the Sioux word for “friend.”
- The state of North Dakota holds the Guinness World Record for the most snow angels made at the same time in one place. It happened at the North Dakota state capitol grounds on February 17th, 2007, when 8,962 people simultaneously made snow angels.
- The geographical center of the United States of America can be found in Rugby, North Dakota.
North Dakota is also home to the Theodore Roosevelt National Park, The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center and Fort Mandan, Notre Dame football, and the world’s largest buffalo statue in Buffalo City, North Dakota (26 feet tall and 46 feet long, to be exact.)
And when it comes to North Dakota travel nurse jobs, you will be pleased to know the opportunities abound for both big city and rural nursing positions.
What Are The High-Demand Travel Nursing Specialities in North Dakota Right Now?
Labor and Delivery
Post-Anesthesia Care Unit
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Intensive Care Unit
FAQs About North Dakota Travel Nursing
What Are Your Active Travel Nursing Jobs in Fargo, North Dakota?
Interested in North Dakota travel nurse jobs in Fargo? Fargo, North Dakota is a great place to live and work. Start your search for North Dakota travel nurse positions by going to our website and creating a free profile.
What Are Your Active Travel Nursing Jobs in Bismark, North Dakota?
Looking into North Dakota travel nurse jobs? Be sure to check out Bismark. Simply create a profile on our website, and recruiters will connect you with a position that is right for you.
What Are Your Active Travel Nursing Jobs in Mandan, North Dakota?
Are you hoping to become a Dakota travel nurse in Mandan, North Dakota? We’ve got you covered. Create a free profile on our website and begin your search for North Dakota travel nurse jobs today. We’ll even notify you each time a new posting becomes available.
Which North Dakota Travel Nurse Jobs Have The Lowest Cost Of Living?
One way to get the biggest bang for your buck when you are looking into North Dakota travel nurse jobs is to choose an assignment in a city with a lower cost of living.
Here are the top 10 best options in North Dakota:
North Dakota Travel Nurse Housing: How Do I Go About Finding Housing?
When you are on the hunt for travel nurse housing in North Dakota there are a couple of ways you can go:
- You can let your travel nurse agency do all the work and settle into our ready-to-go agency-based housing.
- You can opt to take advantage of your housing stipend and find your own place. This allows you to choose the style of housing you would like, such as an apartment, studio, or house, as well as the neighborhood you prefer.
If you select finding your own housing, your Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiter will be ready and waiting to offer insight into where some of our past traveling nurses have stayed. We can even help you connect with other Trusted Nurse Staffing travel nurses who may be looking for a roommate.
How Do I Find The Best Travel Nursing Agencies In North Dakota?
Are you finding the options for travel nurse housing in North Dakota to be overwhelming?
We can help. Here are a few ideas to help narrow your search:
- Get in touch with recruiters from several nursing agencies. This way you’ll have a great idea of how easy it is to get in touch with the agency and how they may support you in your pursuit of North Dakota travel nurse jobs.
- Read other nurses’ online reviews of travel nursing companies in North Dakota.
- Look closely at the benefits offered by each travel nursing company. Just because an agency offers a high rate of pay, doesn’t mean they will have the best benefits package.
What Benefits Do I Receive As A North Dakota Travel Nurse?
The benefits you’ll receive as a North Dakota travel nurse will vary from agency to agency.
When you choose Trusted Nurse Staffing over the other travel nursing companies in North Dakota you will have benefits available that are not offered by some other agencies.
At Trusted Nurse Staffing you will receive:
- The industry’s highest rate of pay
- 401K plans
- Flexible contracts ranging between 6, 8, and 13 weeks long, plus more
- Both part-time and full-time positions
- 24/7 access to your travel nurse recruiter
- Overtime and double-time availability
- The option for weekly, daily, and advanced pay
- Sign-on and completion bonuses
- A referral bonus plan
- A cool loyalty program
- License, CEU, and certification reimbursements
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield insurance plans
- Customized benefits packages
- Housing, travel, and meal allowances
- A direct deposit payment option
How Long Are North Dakota Travel Nurse Jobs
If you are curious about the length of assignments for North Dakota travel nurse jobs, you’ll be happy to hear there are plenty of options available.
As one of the top travel nursing agencies in North Dakota, Trusted Nurse Staffing provides flexible nursing contracts with options for 6, 8, and 13-week traveling assignments. And if you wind up loving your North Dakota travel nurse position, your Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiter can help you extend it.
Why Should I Apply For North Dakota Travel Nurse Jobs With Trusted Nurse Staffing?
Trusted Nurse Staffing isn’t like the other travel nurse agencies.
Besides the terrific benefits we offer, the biggest difference you will notice between Trusted Nurse Staffing and the other North Dakota travel nurse agencies is the personalized support we give our nurses.
The Trusted Nurse Staffing team is available around the clock to answer your questions and provide you with the highest level of care before, during, and after each of your nursing assignments.