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Similar to other travel nurse specialties, ER nurses can be travelers. Emergency room nurse travelers provide much needed relief for facilities all over the country that are struggling with staffing shortages.
A career as a travel nurse can be both a full- and part-time job. Whether you are looking to travel around the country for a career, or simply looking for supplemental income during your off days, there is a traveling job out there waiting for you.
If you're looking to make the transition to the traveling lifestyle, you’re in the right place. Utilizing a healthcare staffing agency like Barton is a great way to land your first travel ER nurse job. Keep reading to learn more!
A travel ER nurse's salary will vary on a facility to facility basis, but generally speaking, travel nurses oftentimes make more money than their permanent counterparts. A variety of factors impact salary such as location, willingness to travel, and ability to take an assignment on short notice.
Your recruiter serves as your advocate during the job hunting process. If you have some big bills coming up, or if you just want some extra money in your pocket, make sure you let them know. It's their goal to find you a job that meets your lifestyle needs no matter what your preferences are.
When you take a travel assignment with BHS, you get:
Your next travel assignment awaits in California! Our client, a hospital, is looking for an emergency room nurse to begin temporary coverage immediately. Hours include 7a - 7p shifts for 3-4 days per week. The selected clinician should have at least 1.5 years of experience and should be vaccinated f... View This Job
Barton may have your next travel assignment! Our client, a hospital located in Idaho, is looking for an ER nurse to begin temporary coverage immediately. Hours include 12 hour night shifts (6p - 6a) for three days per week. The selected clinician should have at least 2 years of experience. BLS, PALS... View This Job
The Golden State of California is the home of your next travel assignment! Our client, a hospital, is looking for an emergency room nurse to begin temporary coverage immediately. Hours include 36-48 hours per week (3p - 3:30a shifts). The selected clinician should have at least 2 years of experience... View This Job
Your next travel assignment awaits in California! Our client, a hospital, is looking for an emergency room nurse to begin temporary coverage immediately. Hours include 7p -7a night shifts for 3-4 days per week. The selected clinician should have at least 1.5 years of experience and should be vaccina... View This Job
Barton Healthcare Staffing works with a variety of facilities, including:
|Hospitals||Medical Practices||Imaging Centers|
|Retail||IHS Facilities||Correctional Facilities|
|Rehab Centers||Long-Term Acute Care||Clinics|
|Urgent Care||Schools||Insurance Companies|
|Corporations||Hospice/Home Health||Behavioral Health|
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