Traveling as an Emergency Room Nurse with LRS Healthcare
As a healthcare staffing agency, LRS Healthcare’s specialized recruiters lead Emergency Room Nurses, like yourself, through your new career journey as a traveling healthcare professional.
If you crave excitement and the ability to dictate your schedule and work location, traveling is a great option for you. Our expert recruiters are committed to learning about you and your preferences to find your ideal location and role. They will act as a career guide to help you step by step through the entire process to ensure you begin your new assignment with smooth sailing.
Check out LRS Healthcare’s current traveling ER Nurse jobs and apply today to begin your next adventure. Once you apply, a recruiter will be in touch to help complete the application and go over important job details (like pay and start dates) while securing a healthcare travel assignment that lives up to your demands.
What to Expect
Applying for ER Nurse Travel Jobs
To start the next chapter of your career as a travel nurse, you will first need to apply for an assignment. Shortly after, a recruiter will find a time to meet with you and dive into job details, learn your geographical preferences, and secure your first assignment. Once all credentialing and background checks are finalized and if the facility extends an offer, you’ll be ready to hit the ground running.
Download the Complete Checklist for Every New Healthcare Travel Assignment.
Now to the good stuff, the perks! As a LRS Healthcare travel ER Nurse, you will be able to take advantage of our wide range of benefits and perks, including control over your career. Break out of your comfort zone, explore new cities, and build your network as a travel ER Nurse!
Additional perks include:
Excellent Weekly Pay
Explore New Cities
Fun and Flexible Lifestyle
Meet New People
Extended Time Off Between Assignments
With all of this change and excitement, it may take some time to get comfortable in your new job and location. Don’t worry this is expected and your recruiter will be there at every step of your journey!
Learn more about travel opportunities for Nursing professionals
Most ER Nurse travel assignments are 13 weeks, which allows you to fully experience your new destination and build your network. If you find that you aren’t ready to leave your current assignment, you can always request an extension.
What are the requirements to travel as an an Emergency Room Nurse?
Healthcare traveler requirements vary by facility and state. To ensure that the process is fast and stress-free, we recommend that:
• All professional licenses and certifications are updated and ready to go before you apply.
• Any additional licenses that may be required based on your assignment’s location.
• You have at least 2 years of on-the-job experience as an ER Nurse. (This isn’t necessarily required, but we have found that these individuals are typically positioned better and will likely be more comfortable with the responsibilities).
How do I get started as a traveling an Emergency Room Nurse?
The first step is to find a healthcare staffing agency that collaborates with you to secure the best destination and role for you while remaining open and transparent. Our recruiters at LRS Healthcare make it their responsibility to put their travelers in a position to succeed. We make quality care our priority.
How much will I be paid to travel as an Emergency Room Nurse?
Short answer: depends on experience. Pay packages vary by experience, job, facility, and agency. Sites and job boards that promote weekly pay either display the pay before or after taxes and include or exclude travel and housing stipends. These variables affect what your take-home pay could be and could potentially vary from the number promoted on the job post.
To confirm that this information is accurate, reach out to your LRS Healthcare recruiter to go through your personalized pay package in depth.
Enjoy affordable medical, dental, and vision coverage as well as life and disability insurance options. Insurance plans start the first day of your contract.
We will help you find safe, furnished housing or opt to take our generous stipend.
We’ll cover the cost for new state licenses needed to take an assignment with us.
LRS Healthcare will pay for any necessary certifications for your travel assignment.
Take advantage of our company-matching 401(k) program after one year and become fully vested with your first contribution.
Refer a friend to LRS and you’ll earn a $500 referral bonus ($400 LPNs and $300 CNAs) after they complete their first six weeks with us.
We’re here for you whenever you need us, day or night. Your recruiter and our entire team is just a call, text, or email away.
Why choose LRS Healthcare?
Submit your online application, and we’ll be in touch right away. Once we’ve gotten to know you and matched you to an ideal position, we’ll work together to collect the rest of the details.