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Woonsocket, Rhode Island
November 7th, 2022
Woonsocket, Rhode Island
November 7th, 2022
Warwick, Rhode Island
November 7th, 2022
North Providence, Rhode Island
October 31st, 2022
For the latest up-to-date information on licensure requirements and fees, visit the Rhode Island Board of Nursing website.
Since Rhode Island isn’t officially a part of the NLC yet, you can apply for Licensure by Endorsement to work as a travel nurse in the state.
If you’ve passed the NCLEX Exam and are licensed in another state you may apply for license by endorsement by providing the following:
Official transcripts are not required if you are applying by endorsement. Temporary permits are currently not available.
Licensing fees for RNs in Rhode Island are as follows:
Rhode Island is currently pending legislation to join the NLC.
Rhode Island is not a walk-through state.
Nurses renewing their licenses must complete 10 continuing education hours for every two-year licensing cycle, two of which must be about substance abuse.
All CE courses must be approved by the Rhode Island Board of Registration and Nursing Education. Approved courses include:
Upon renewal, nurses must sign a statement confirming completion of the CE requirements.
If the nurse has suffered a hardship, the Board reserves the right to extend CE requirements for six months.
Effective as of August 1, 2019, the Rhode Island Board of Nursing made it mandatory for every nurse to complete one hour (per career) of CEU training regarding Alzheimer’s disease.
Nurses should retain documentation of course completions for four years.
If you’re looking for an excellent travel nurse salary, Rhode Island might be for you.
Salaries can vary depending on which city and specialty you work in, but most Rhode Island travel nurses have a higher salary than the national average. The average pay for a travel nurse in Rhode Island is $1,493.
In addition to a high-paying travel nurse salary, travel nurses receive benefits like travel, meal, and housing stipends, bonuses, medical benefits, and more.
The average weekly travel nurse salary in Westerly, RI is $1,508.
The average weekly travel nurse salary in Narragansett, RI is $1,494.
The average weekly travel nurse salary in Tiverton, RI is $1,492.
The average weekly travel nurse salary in Providence, RI is $1,488.
The average weekly travel nurse salary in Warwick, RI is $1,488.
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Visit the Trusted Nurse Staffing website and create your free online profile. You will be able to quickly browse the listings for travel nursing jobs in Rhode Island. If you like, we can make things even easier for you by letting you know of any new openings that match your requirements.
Next, you will be contacted by one of our professional Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiters. Your recruiter will be able to answer any questions you may have about travel nursing jobs in Rhode Island, will walk you through the hiring process, and provide you with ongoing support throughout your travel nurse experience.
Lastly, you will sign your contract and get ready to hit the road. Once your assignment is over, we will be here to help you find your next nursing position. And, if you love your current spot and want to stay, we can help you extend your assignment. Or, if you prefer, we can help you find a new assignment in another state.
If you are looking for the epitome of quaint New England charm, look no further. The country’s smallest state, Rhode Island is a popular place both to live and visit.
With over 400 miles of amazing coastline and wooded forests, Rhode Island is a great place for the outdoor lover. You’ll find plenty of opportunities for sailing, hiking, fishing, and collecting shells.
You won’t be able to resist the character and charm of Rhode Island’s cities and small-town alike.
Rhode Island is home to thriving fishing and shellfish farming Industries which means you’ll be eating some of the freshest seafood you’ve ever tasted including:
And while you’re at it, you won’t want to miss these Rhode Island specialties:
You will also be pleased to know that Rhode Island is one of the safest states in the US, with a crime rate significantly below national levels.
What about Rhode Island travel nursing jobs? There are plenty of positions available for travel nursing in towns and cities throughout the state.
Are you looking for a travel nursing job in Providence, Rhode Island? We’ve got you covered. Create your free online profile with Trusted Nurse Staffing and begin your search today. We will even notify you each time a new posting becomes available.
Interested in Cranston travel nursing jobs? Start your search for Cranston, Rhode Island travel nursing jobs today by creating your free online profile with Trusted Nurse Staffing.
Looking for Rhode Island travel nursing jobs? Be sure to check out Warwick. Simply create your free online profile and one of our Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiters will connect you with a position that is right for you.
One way to boost your take-home pay on Rhode Island travel nursing jobs is to choose an assignment in a city with a lower cost of living.
Here are the top 10 best places to live in Rhode Island:
When you are on the hunt for housing for Rhode Island traveling nurse jobs you have a couple of options:
If you decide to find 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 resided. We can even help you connect with other traveling nurses who may be looking for a roommate.
Overwhelmed by the multitude of options for travel nursing agencies in Rhode Island? Here are a few ideas that will help narrow your search:
And don’t forget to look closely at the benefits offered. Just because an agency offers a better rate of pay doesn’t mean they’ll have the best benefits.
You’ll find that travel nurse benefits vary from agency to agency.
When you choose Trusted Nurse Staffing over the other travel nursing companies in Rhode Island you will have options for benefits not offered by some other agencies.
At Trusted Nurse Staffing you will receive:
When it comes to the length of nursing assignments Rhode Island offers plenty of choices. As one of the top travel nursing agencies in Rhode Island, Trusted Nurse Staffing offers you flexible contracts with options for 6, 8, and 13-week nursing assignments. And if you wind up loving your travel nursing experience in Rhode Island, your Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiter can help you extend it.
Trusted Nurse Staffing isn’t like other travel nursing companies.
Besides the awesome benefits we offer our nurses, the biggest difference between Trusted Nurse Staffing and the other travel nursing agencies is the personalized support we give our nurses.
Our 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 nursing assignment.