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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.
Your first step to becoming a travel nurse in Vermont starts with a visit to our website. You’ll create a free profile and be able to view all of our current Vermont travel nurse jobs.
Don’t see any assignments that match what you’re looking for? Not to worry. We’ll send you notifications each time a Vermont travel nursing position becomes available that matches the qualifications you’ve listed in your profile.
Next, you’ll get in touch with one of our Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiters about the travel nursing jobs in Vermont that are appealing to you.
They’ll be able to answer all of your questions and will guide you through the process of securing your travel nursing Vermont assignment.
Sign a contract for a Vermont travel nursing position and get ready for life in The Green Mountain State. If you end up settling into life in Vermont, your recruiter can help you extend your assignment at the end of your contract. Or, if you reach the end of your contract and find yourself ready for the next adventure, your travel nursing Vermont recruiter can help you secure an assignment to help you discover your next travel nursing assignment.
If you’re searching for a well-balanced lifestyle filled with mountain hikes, scenic drives, and quaint towns, look no further than “The Great Mountain State” of Vermont.
You’ll find endless opportunities for entertainment and the change of the seasons will leave you feeling like you’re living in a movie.
As you explore the state during your Vermont travel nursing assignment, you might check out:
If you plan on travel nursing in Vermont during the fall or winter months, you’ll definitely want to make sure to pack warm.
Despite the cold weather, winter is the perfect time for travel nurses that are fans of skiing to call Vermont home. Check out Killington Resort, the biggest ski area in the East with a broad diversity of terrain across six mountains, or Stowe, known for its quaint ski village, expert ski terrain, and excellent hospitality.
If the lake life is more your speed, head to Emerald Lake State Park, Grand Isle State Park, or Lake St. Catherine State Park. With lakeside camping, a beach, boating, fishing, and boat rentals, you’ll have no problem unwinding.
On top of all the outdoor attractions, Vermont is a great place to be a travel nurse. The overall cost of living is lower than the national average, making it an affordable location to call home. Check out our listings for travel nursing jobs in Vermont to see if this could be your next travel nursing destination.
If you’re on the hunt for active travel nursing jobs in Burlington, create a free profile on our website. If you don’t see any travel nursing assignments that fit your preference, no need to worry — We will contact you when travel nursing jobs in Burlington become available that match the qualifications you’ve listed on your profile.
Looking into travel nursing jobs in South Burlington? Head to our website and create a free profile to check out our active assignments. Don’t sweat it if you don’t come across any assignments that interest you. Any and every time a new travel nursing job in South Burlington that matches your profile becomes available, we’ll be in touch.
If you’re searching for travel nursing jobs in Rutland, the first step to finding your dream assignment is to create a free profile on our website. There, you’ll be able to search and see a list of available nursing assignments in Rutland that match your qualifications. If you don’t come across any assignments that interest you, not to worry. Just keep an eye on your notifications and we’ll alert you when Rutland travel nurse assignments become available.
The short answer is yes.
Unfortunately, Vermont is not part of the nurse compact. Nurses are licensed in Vermont by either examination or endorsement.
However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and per Act 140 of the Vermont legislature, nurses are able to practice without a Vermont nursing license.
Typically, though, in order to practice in Vermont, you will need a Vermont nursing license.
The thought of getting re-licensed may seem like a headache but it’s really not. Your Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiter will walk you through the process, and you’ll even be reimbursed for any application fees.
One of the first things on your mind when you’re searching for traveling nursing jobs in Vermont is likely the pay. Earning potential for travel nursing Vermont jobs is fairly middle of the road compared to other jurisdictions.
The average pay for travel nurses in Vermont is $1,996/week. On top of your weekly pay, you’ll be eligible for housing stipends, meal and travel allowances, bonuses, and more financial perks depending on which travel nurse agency you choose to partner with.
It’s also good to note that your location in Vermont and your nursing specialty will both play a role in how much money you end up pocketing. Labor & delivery nurses, for example, will see much higher pay than medical/surgical or psychiatric specialties.
Fortunately, when it comes to finding housing while you’re on assignment as a travel nurse isn’t too hard to come by.
You typically have two options:
Even if you choose to find your own housing, you won’t be completely on your own. Your Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiter can be an invaluable resource.
Your recruiter may have additional insight based on past travel nurse’s experience in the area, and they can also connect you with other travel nurses in the area looking for roommates if you’re up for saving some money and splitting housing costs.
On March 30, 2020, the Vermont Legislature passed emergency legislation allowing individuals who typically cannot practice in Vermont the ability to practice in Vermont during the COVID-19 State of Emergency.
On July 6, 2020, Act 140 was signed, extending the emergency provisions to March 31, 2021.
If you are called on an emergency or crisis assignment to aid the COVID-19 outbreak, you can apply to the Vermont Office of Professional Regulation for a temporary Vermont nursing license.
In order to qualify, you must have a current license and be in good standing, with no disciplinary proceedings in any other jurisdiction.
With a temporary license, you will be able to practice in Vermont for 90 days or until an end to the state of emergency has been declared. Any fees typically required for licensure to practice will be waived.
The length of your Vermont travel nursing assignment can vary depending on:
At Trusted Nurse Staffing, we offer flexible contracts ranging from 8,13,16 to 52-week lengths.
And, if your assignment is a good fit for both you and our client and you’d like to call Vermont home for a bit longer, your Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiter can help you extend your contract.
The benefits that you are eligible to receive as a Vermont travel nurse can vary depending on what the travel nursing agency you choose to partner with offers.
Doing your research and looking around for a travel nursing agency in Vermont may seem a bit overwhelming, but it’s a decision that will greatly impact your experience.
It’s best to have a firm understanding of what each agency offers before you commit to an assignment.
As a nurse with Trusted Nurse Staffing, you’ll receive many benefits, including:
At TNS, travel nurses are not just a number. You and the work you do are valuable and your compensation should reflect that.
We acknowledge the challenges of working on the road, which is why you’ll enjoy the highest pay rates and the best benefits packages in the industry when you partner with Trusted Nurse Staffing.
We’re also able to offer 24/7 support because we believe that our nurses deserve the very best. If you need us for anything while on the road, we’ll be ready to take your call.
Simply fill out your free online profile and within 24 hours, you’ll be contacted by an account manager to review your goals and availability.