Operating Room Technician (OR Tech) OR
June 23rd, 2021
June 23rd, 2021
June 23rd, 2021
June 23rd, 2021
June 23rd, 2021
June 23rd, 2021
This is my first introduction and experience with a Travel Nursing Organization. To be brief, I was contacted by my recruiter, Elyssabeth, who explained the entire process of becoming a nurse for Trusted Nurse Staffing. She answered all of my questions in detail and with kindness. I have completed half of my contract in Virginia, working in an ICU unit. In a very short time, I have gained the nurse's trust and was adopted into their fold. It has been a very rewarding experience. I have only positive things to say about Elyssabeth and Trusted Nurse Staffing! It was my lucky day when Elyssabeth contacted me. Altogether, a very rewarding and gratifying experience!!! Thank you Elyssabeth and 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.
If you’re looking to Virginia for your next travel nursing assignment, head to our website. There, you can create a free profile and have access to all of our current travel nurse positions in Virginia.
But what happens if you don’t see any assignments that match what you’re looking for? All good — we stay in touch and will send you notifications each time new travel nurse jobs in Virginia become available that match the qualifications you’ve listed in your profile.
Once you find your ideal assignment, you’ll meet with one of our Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiters.
They’ll be able to answer all of your questions and will guide you through the process of securing your next travel nursing assignment in Virginia.
Congratulations! It’s time to sign your contract. Life in Virginia is almost yours. To make sure you’re prepared for your next assignment, your TNS recruiter will walk you through everything you need to know before you’re off to Virginia to start your new position.
Even after your contract ends, our recruiters are still available to help you. We’re there to assist you with the next steps — whether that’s extending your contract or helping you discover your next travel nursing assignment.
On top of being a beautiful place to live, the cities in the “Old Dominion State” offer great travel nurse positions. Virginia also has an abundance of attractions to offer its visitors.
As you venture outside of your city, you might check out well-
known historical sites like:
Pay a visit to the Arlington National Cemetery and you’ll see 600 acres overlooking Washington, D.C. Arlington National Cemetery is where some of the most famous people in the country are buried. The most visited graves are that of President John F. Kennedy and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
The Colonial National Historic Park encompasses both Jamestown and Yorktown, where the Revolution ended. Jamestown is the oldest British settlement in all of North America and was established back in 1607 by Captain John Smith.
If you’re more into the scenic route, you might venture out to:
The Luray Caverns are filled with intricate calcite formations within an extensive underground system.
While you’re there, you might visit the Luray Valley Museum which explores the history of the Shenandoah Valley via a seven-acre 19th-century village, filled with both authentic and reproduction buildings and artifacts.
There is no shortage of breathtaking views and incredible historical landmarks and sites in Virginia. You’ll have no problem filling your time off discovering all the Old Dominion state has to offer.
To top it all off, it’s a great place for a travel nurse. Check out our listings for travel nurse jobs in Virginia to see if this could be your next travel nursing destination.
Instead of heading to Google to search “travel nurse Virginia Beach”, find your next assignment by creating a free profile on our website. You’ll be able to see a list of available nursing jobs in Virginia Beach. If you don’t see any that fit your preference, don’t sweat it — just keep an eye on your notifications. We will contact you when Virginia Beach travel nurse jobs become available that match the qualifications you’ve listed on your profile.
Thinking of calling Norfolk your next hometown? The first step to finding your dream assignment in Norfolk is to create a free profile on our website. From there, you’ll be able to see a list of available nursing assignments that match your qualifications. If you don’t come across any that interest you, not to worry — we’ll alert you when Norfolk travel nurse assignments become available.
Finding a travel nursing position in Chesapeake is easy with Trusted Nurse Staffing. All you have to do is create a free profile on our website, and you’ll have access to current job listings in the area that match your qualifications.
The Enhanced Nursing Licensure Compact (eNLC) allows for nurses living in compact states to practice in all other compact states with a single multistate license.
Luckily, Virginia is a member of the eNLC. This means if you hold a nursing license in another compact, you won’t need to obtain a new license to practice in Virginia.
Alternatively, if you have a nursing license from a state within the U.S. that is not a participating member of the eNLC, you may qualify for licensure by endorsement.
To apply for licensure by endorsement, you will need:
Applications are exclusively accepted online.
It’s okay if this can seem like a lot of paperwork and tedious file gathering. Luckily, you have your Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiter to help you walk through everything. Plus, we will even reimburse your application fees.
It’s smart to want to know what earning potential is like as a travel nurse in Virginia.
The average pay for travel nurse jobs in Virginia is 9% lower than the national average, but the cost of living compared to other travel nursing jurisdictions is also low.
The average travel nurse salary in Virginia is $1,741/week.
On top of your weekly pay, financial perks like housing stipends, meal and travel allowances, bonuses, and more may be included depending on which of the travel nursing agencies in Virginia you choose to partner with.
Your earning potential could also be impacted by your assignment location in Virginia and your nursing specialty. Both will play a role in how much money you end up taking home each month. Neonatal ICU nurses, for example, will typically see higher pay than those with medical/surgical or psychiatric travel nurse jobs in Virginia.
Finding a place to live as a travel nurse in Virginia (or anywhere for that matter) can feel daunting, but luckily, you don’t have to do it completely on your own. You can opt to:
Not sure which is the more stress-free option? Talk with your recruiter. They likely will have insights into the area you’re moving to and can help you decide which option will be best for you.
Your TNS recruiter can even connect you with other travel nurses also looking for someone to split the cost of the rent in the area if you’re looking for a more cost-efficient option.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the Virginia state government is working together to ensure that healthcare providers are available to help patients in the areas of the state that are hardest hit.
Due to the increasing demand for nurses, you can expect to see higher pay rates for Virginia travel nurse positions, especially if you take on a crisis travel nursing assignment.
On top of the potential for higher pay, your contracted facility may offer additional incentives like certain shifts if the demand is high.
The length of your travel nursing assignment in Virginia can vary depending on a few factors, including:
At Trusted Nurse Staffing, we offer flexible contract lengths.
Whether you’re looking for an 8-week contract, a 13-week contract, or a 16 week-contract.
If you fall in love with your assignment or know you want to stay settled for a while, TNS also offers assignment contracts at 52-week lengths.
Plus, if you find your assignment to be a good fit for you and it works for our client, your Trusted Nurse Staffing recruiter can help you extend your contract so you can call Virginia home for a bit longer.
Or, if you’re ready to change up your scenery, your recruiter will work with you to find your next dream assignment.
When you’re researching your options for travel nursing companies in Virginia, it’s essential to know what benefits each can offer you, and they can greatly add to or diminish your experience.
We at Trusted Nurse Staffing, for example, offer our nurses a range of benefits, including: