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The first step is to create your free online profile. Here you’ll input your information to be saved on our secure site. Next, you can browse all of our travel nursing jobs in South Dakota. Not seeing what you’re looking for? No problem. We will notify you when new job postings become available.
Our friendly recruiters at Trusted Nurse Staffing will contact you to answer any questions you might have about travel nursing in South Dakota. Find a job posting you like and are ready to apply? Our staff will guide you along the way.
Once you’ve chosen your travel nursing assignment, you will sign your contract. Our staff will review this with you and make sure everything is in order before signing. Whether you end up loving your assignment or are wanting to move on, our recruiters will help you every step of the way.
South Dakota is a land full of natural beauty.
Here are a few highlights you can look forward to.
The Badlands is a dramatic landscape and are still home to a large herd of bison. There are a number of designated hiking trails for every difficulty level.
The most famous tourist destination in South Dakota is Mount Rushmore. Mount Rushmore is also known as the Six Grandfathers by the Sioux which honors the six directions: west, south, east, north, above, and below.
It is a controversial site to visit as the U.S. government forced the Sioux from their ancestral land, but it’s a sight to behold nonetheless. The 60ft tall faces of four American presidents are carved into the mountainside.
Custer State Park
Custer State Park is known for its diverse wildlife, miles of hiking trails, and numerous campgrounds.
Crazy Horse Memorial
Here you can find the Indian Museum of North America which includes the Native American Education and Cultural Center. You can schedule bus rides to the base of the memorial to get up close and personal to Crazy Horse.
Wind Cave National Park
Got claustrophobia? This is not the place for you. The Wind Cave National Park is home to a large network of karstic caves. There are tours below for novice spelunkers and beautiful scenery above for those who say no to being surrounded by a mountain on all sides.
There are so many more natural sights in South Dakota to list. If you have a zeal for adventure, South Dakota may help scratch that itch.
That outdoor life not for you? This state is not short on cultural opportunities, arts, history, and entertainment. If this sounds like it could fit you and you’re searching for travel nurse jobs, South Dakota may be for you. You’re sure to find something to love about South Dakota during your stay here.
To view our current travel nursing jobs in Sioux Falls, create a free profile today to view the current job listings. Not seeing what you’re looking for? We will send you updates as new job listings become available.
Interested in travel nursing jobs in Rapid City? Create a free profile on our website to view active current job listings. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, create a notification of your search and will send you updates as new job listings become available.
Brookings, one of the top small towns to live in South Dakota, may be a great place to find a travel nursing position. Create a free profile on our website to view active job listings.
South Dakota is an Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC) state. If your primary state of residence is also part of the nurse licensure compact, getting a license to work in South Dakota is straightforward. You can simply continue to practice with your current multistate license or apply for a South Dakota RN or LPN license.
To apply for this license by endorsement, there are some processing fees to be prepared for:
If this is your first license, you’ll need to apply by licensure by examination. Depending on your state of residence, you can apply for a multi-state or a single-state license following NCLEX guidelines.
The staff at Trusted Nurse Staffing will walk you through this entire process. We will make sure you have the correct documents, and that these documents end up where they should be.
The average salary for travel nurses in South Dakota varies depending on specialty. However, on average, travel nurses are making $1,750 per week. There are a few cities where travel nurse jobs are more active:
In these cities that weekly pay is reported as higher than in other cities in the state.
Overall the cost of living in South Dakota is below average compared to the rest of the United States. The primary reason for this is lower housing and transportation costs. Healthcare and groceries cost about average compared to the rest of the States.
In short, any city in which you choose to take an assignment will leave your wallet fairly happy compared to other high-cost states like California or New York.
Here are some cities that boast a low cost of living:
Looking for accommodation in your new Temporary Home in South Dakota can be done in two ways:
If you decide to find your own housing, we’re happy to help guide you and give you tips for the area. We can also tap into our network and find other travel nurses who are looking for roommates. We will also help provide you with housing.
Don’t want to go through the trouble? Our recruiters are happy to find housing for you.
Finding quality travel nursing companies in South Dakota doesn’t have to be anxiety-provoking.
Here at Trusted Nurses Staffing, we know that the challenges of taking temporary assignments can be a little easier with the right benefits. For example, we offer:
Depending on what you want access to, many popular cities in South Dakota will give you:
Brookings is often labeled as one of the best cities to live in South Dakota. As the fourth largest city in the state, it’s a college town and also home to many large manufacturers.
Sioux Falls, the largest city in the State, attracts a lot of corporations to their city through corporate income tax cuts. Sioux Falls has over 70 parks with walking trails, fishing lakes, and waterfalls to enjoy.
If you want to be close to the Black Hills, Rapid City is located just west of the mountain range. It also has a number of museums and has a strong tourist sector.
According to the South Dakota Board of Nursing, until June 30th, 2021, unless otherwise notified by the governor, LPNs, RNs, and APRNs who do not hold a South Dakota nursing license or a compact license are exempted from needing SD specific licenses or a multistate license during this pandemic.
Many states are making exceptions during this time. Overwhelmed hospitals and facilities need to quickly transfer personnel to help in hotspots during COVID-19.
If you hold an active, unencumbered nursing license, you are good to go. Our staff at Trusted Nurse Staffing will verify this for you to make sure the requirements are the same.
Travel nursing assignments can last anywhere from 8 to 52 weeks. The most common travel nursing assignment is 13 weeks. If you find that you love your assignment, we can help you extend your contract, or sign another assignment so you can continue travel nursing in South Dakota.