Olympia Travel Nursing Jobs
Olympia Physical Therapy Jobs and Washington Travel Nursing Jobs
Earn up to $110,000 Annually
Located in the Puget Sound region of Washington State, Olympia is the capital of Washington and a superb destination for nurse job professionals in search of Pacific Northwest adventure and high-paying assignments at top-ranked facilities. Olympia nursing jobs are close to both Seattle and Portland and are ideal for road trips to Vancouver, Alaska and the Arctic Circle.
Information and Things to Do – Olympia travel nursing jobs
Summers are warm in Olympia and winters mild, so any time of year is a good time for a Washington travel nursing job in this part of the state. Just minutes from downtown, Priest Point Park has more than 300 acres for biking, hiking and running, and is ‘picnic perfect’ for dog walking and Frisbee. Washington travel nurses love to rent kayaks at Boston Harbor Marina and slurp steamers and microbrews at Anthony’s Homeport.
Free Private Housing
Housing for Washington travel nursing jobs in Olympia is centrally located to libraries, restaurants, stores and public transportation. Accommodations are fully furnished and include design upgrades and clubhouse features where available. American Traveler provides generous coverage of utilities for added benefit and makes sure housing is ready when you get there.
All Olympia travel nursing jobs & Olympia physical therapist jobs come with
outstanding American Traveler benefits
Great pay, tax advantage plan, free private housing, group health insurance, licensure reimbursement, travel allowances, unlimited free CEU credits, top the list of travel nurse and therapist benefits at American Traveler. Our placement consultants deliver a level of support found at no other healthcare travel jobs agency, and our client service team is available to our travel nurses and therapists 24/7.
American Traveler staffs thousands of hospitals nationwide from large teaching university facilities to small community hospitals. Our services have been accredited by The Joint Commission; our staff is on call for healthcare professionals support 24/7.