Respiratory Therapist Hospital
Saint Albans City, Vermont
December 19th, 2023
Saint Albans City, Vermont
December 19th, 2023
For the most up-to-date information on licensure requirements and fees, visit the Vermont Board of Nursing website or contact them at (802) 828-2396.
Vermont is now part of the Nurse Licensure Compact, so you won’t need to get a state-specific license to work as a travel nurse there if you already have a multistate license in another compact state.
If your primary license is in a non-compact state, you must apply for licensure by endorsement. To complete this process:
Applications are normally processed within three to five business days. The Office of Professional Regulation also has the authority to issue provisional 90-day licenses while application information is pending.
The application fee for licensure by endorsement is $150.
Vermont enacted the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) on February 1st, 2022.
Vermont is not a walk-through state.
Continuing education hours are not currently required in Vermont. Nurses are expected to assume responsibility for maintaining and improving knowledge, skills, and abilities related to their practice.
They must also have actively practiced for 50 days (400 hours) in the last two years or 120 days (960 hours) in the last five years of their current licensing period.
For travel nursing, Vermont has a current average weekly salary of $1,365. This is just slightly below the national average. However, the cost of living in Vermont is higher than the national average. This may be something to consider if you’re thinking of taking a travel nursing job in this state.
But remember, travel nurses receive many benefits besides just their salaries. There are also things like housing stipends, travel and meal allowances, and bonuses to consider.
The average travel nursing salary in Bennington, VT, is $1,432 per week.
The average travel nursing salary in Rutland, VT, is $1,408 per week.
The average travel nursing salary in Burlington, VT, is $1,395 per week.
The average travel nursing salary in South Burlington, VT, is $1,395 per week.
The average travel nursing salary in Colchester, VT, is $1,395 per week.
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First, create a profile on our website. This allows you to easily browse the many listings for Vermont travel nursing. Don’t see anything you love? No problem — we’ll let you know as soon as more travel nursing jobs in Vermont become available.
A Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiter will contact you to answer any of your questions about Vermont travel nurse positions. Once you’re ready to apply, our recruiters are here to help you every step of the way.
If you’re an experienced travel nurse and don’t need any assistance, feel free to navigate positions on your own.
Found your dream travel nursing job in Vermont? Great! Just sign your contract and you’re ready to go.
And next, if you love Vermont so much that you’d like to stay longer or want to spread your wings and try someplace new, our staff is here to assist you through the process.
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 here. Plus, the change of 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 pack your warmest clothes!
Despite the cold weather, winter is the perfect time for travel nurses who 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 explore 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, and fishing, you’ll have no problem unwinding.
Vermont is a great place to be a travel nurse. Make a free profile on our website to check out our listings for Vermont travel nursing jobs 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.
Looking into travel nursing jobs in South Burlington? 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. 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 profile on our website. There, you’ll be able to 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. We’ll alert you when Rutland travel nurse assignments become available.
Fortunately, finding housing while you’re on assignment as a travel nurse isn’t usually difficult.
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 nurses’ experience in the area, and they can also connect you with other travel nurses looking for roommates if you’re up for saving some money and splitting housing costs.
The length of your Vermont travel nursing assignment can vary depending on:
At Trusted Nurse Staffing, we offer flexible contracts running 8,13,16, or 52 weeks.
If your assignment is a good fit 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 you are eligible to receive as a Vermont travel nurse can vary depending on what is offered by the travel nursing agency you choose.
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 best. If you need us for anything while on the road, we’ll be ready to take your call.
Simply go to our website and make a free profile and you’ll be contacted by an account manager to review your goals and availability.