Travel nursing sounds like a superhero job — like Charlie’s Angels, James Bond, or supersonic jet fighting. As a travel nurse, you specialize in ER work, ICU, and Med Surg. Plus, you have a need — A NEED FOR SPEED. We should just rename the travel nursing division “Top Gun” — but I guess the military frowns on that kind of thing. Are you a Maverick, Goose, Iceman, or Charlie?
You’ll always be in the driver’s seat! As a new grad, we’re not going to steer you wrong. You’ll have the opportunity to get to know your account manager and decide what cities suit you best. Since most medical divisions require you to have a license in the state you’re working in, you’ll already have the choice of state/region you are going to be in. Work with your account manager to let them know of any additional preferences, and they’ll try their hardest to find something perfect for you.
Your permanent address must be in a compact state to be compact licensed.
Typically, four to six weeks out.