About the Job

What's It Like To Be a Traveling Nurse?

You can work in New York, Washington State, and even San Fancisco

Traveling nursing positions can pay up to $36,000 for a 13-week assignment.

In New York, explore the food, theatre, fashion, and architecture while you work in cutting-edge facilities like New York Presbyterian University Hospital or St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany, New York. Hospitals are looking for labor and delivery RNs for 13 weeks, 12-hour shifts, for a weekly pay of $1,980.00. Be an ICU RN for 13 weeks, work 12-hour shifts and get paid $1,764.00 per week.

Want to work as a traveling nurse in gorgeous Washington State? In Seattle, on your time off, you can explore forests, the ocean side, and eat at the top of the Space Needle. Cutting-edge facilities that are looking for travel nurses include the University of Washington Medical Center, Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center and Children’s Hospital in Spokane.

Some needed positions in Washington State hospitals include an EP Tech for 13 weeks on a 10-hour shift for a weekly pay of $2,040.00. A Cath Lab RN for 13 weeks at 10 hours a shift will earn you $2,000 per week. Be a labor and delivery RN in one of these hospitals for 13 weeks, work 12-hour shifts and make $1,980 a week.

A traveling nurse in San Francisco gives you experience in some of the best hospitals in the country. San Francisco is an incredible place of natural beauty and diverse culture. Work for UCSF Medical Center in San Francesco, and you’ll be working with some of the best healthcare professionals in the country. Openings include a labor and delivery RN for 13 weeks on 12-hour shifts at a pay rate of $2,412 per week. Or, maybe your expertise runs to the PICU. As an RN in the PICU you can work for 13 weeks on 12-hour shifts, andcan earn $2,664.00 per week.