What is Travel Nursing?
Travel nursing is when nurses take a contract assignment for usually 13 weeks. But there can also be short-term assignments of 8 week or long term engagements of 26 weeks in length.
Why Travel Nursing?
As a travel nurse, you can enjoy a nursing career where you are in the driver’s seat of your career choices. By taking on travel nursing roles, you can enjoy a nursing career where you can experience and work in different locations and facilities across the country. Learn from experts around the country and develop your skills. At the same time, you can enjoy the beaches of Florida, or Hawaii or the skiing of Colorado, or many other great destinations across the country
Financial benefits of Travel Nursing
Travel Nursing depending on the role and location, can make around 20% more than their full-time counterparts. For this reason, many nurses choose the financial rewards of travel nursing.
Why choose Alpha Healthcare Recruitment as your Travel Nursing Partner?
Pay: We pay some of the best hourly rates in the country
Get paid on time: Our robust payroll department will ensure you get paid every two weeks on time.
Our Clients: Work for some of the best facilities and healthcare organizations across the country.
Credentialing: We do all the work for you ensuring you will be ready to work on time.
Customer Service: Our committed staff will work with you during the hiring proves. During the whole time you are working, we will be there for you every step of the way.
Job Finding: Our long-term relationship with you is essential, so our go is to find you a new Travel nursing role when your current assignment is ending.
Part of a large organization: We are owned and operated by Career Boost, the world’s largest privately held integrated HR and Career consulting company in the world
The Travel Nursing roles we recruit for include the following:
- Medical-Surgical Nurses (Med-Surg)
- Progressive Care Nurses (PCU)
- Emergency Room Nurse (ER)
- Intensive Care Unit Nurses (ICU)
- Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit Nurses (CIVCU)
- Operating Room Nurses (OR)
- Cardiothoracic Nurses Operating Room Nurses (CVOR)
- Cath-Lab Nurses
- Rehab Nurses
- Home Health Nurses