Here are some frequently asked questions we get from our nurses. If you don’t find an answer to your specific question here, feel free to just give us a call or email at 1 (888) 987-8233 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will I have Flexibility in choosing travel nursing jobs?
As a travel nurse, you’re in charge of your career. Talk to your TRS recruiter. Discuss your preferences for locations, facilities, clinical settings, and any other details that are important to you. Your recruiter will seek assignments that meet your requirements.
Do I have to sign a long-term contract?
No. The contractual relationship between you and your TRS recruiter is strictly on an assignment-by-assignment basis, typically 13 weeks long. You have the flexibility to choose travel nursing jobs that suit your lifestyle.
Where are TRS traveling nursing jobs located?
A no cost contract is the belief that you taking a contract and going on a travel assignment shouldn’t cost you an arm and a leg. Credentialing requirements, state license and travel costs can mount quickly, especially on your first travel assignment. TRS Healthcare exhausts every effort to make each and every travel assignment no cost on the front end of the contract. Not worrying about the cost of an immunization or drug screen allows you to focus on starting an exciting new position and taking care of your patients.
Can I travel with family or friends to my assignments?
Yes. Travel nursing is a fantastic way to explore the country with your family or friends. Let your TRS recruiter know whom you will be traveling with to ensure you have housing that suits your lifestyle.
Do I need a new license for each state that I work in?
Each state has its own rules and regulations regarding licensure, with many offering reciprocity. TRS will work with you to ensure you obtain the required state licensing well before your start date.
What are the length of travel nurse assignments?
TRS staffs RN, LPN and Allied specialties on contracts from 4-52 weeks.
How quickly can I begin my career as a travel nurse?
In two weeks or less you can be on your way to your first travel assignment! Filling out an application one time can unlock the potential to work with thousands of hospitals in all 50 states. The most difficult part of the process is working with your recruiter to decide where you want to go and what to pack.