Hawaii Travel Nursing Jobs
Hawaii Travel Nursing Jobs are a specialty of American Traveler
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Travel Nurse Jobs in Hawaii Rock, Says Kim J., R.N.!
Travel Nursing in Hawaii is unique
Hawaii is a world unto itself, eight islands all with a distinct culture and history. Delectable Polynesian and Tahitian cuisine is served at eateries across the state and fresh Pacific Ahi, Mahi Mahi and Wahoo arrive at the docks daily. Sunset luaus are a popular affair for travel nurses, where traditional food, libations, pupu and dance bring a peaceful end to a busy day. Apply now.
“Hawaii travel nurse housing is free, private, furnished and comfortable,” say American Traveler experts
Live the life of a Big Kahuna travel nurse on the Big Island. Housing accommodations are convenient and safe and centrally located in well-kept communities. Travel nurses love the easy beach access for walks, jogging and bicycling coastal roads.
Hawaii Travel nurse jobs benefits include:
Free private apartments with utilities, Free comprehensive health insurance, Free unlimited CEUs, Travel reimbursement, Company-matched 401(k), and much more!
The Ala Moana Center in Oahu is a must!
Over 42 million visitors shop and dine at Honolulu’s Ala Moana Center every year. It boasts the finest restaurants and entertainment in all of Hawaii and hundreds of shops and boutiques sell local crafts and Pacific Rim merchandise.
American Traveler Hawaii Travel Nurse Jobs are exotic and life altering
Life in Hawaii is somewhat surreal. The weather is beautiful most days of the year and the pace on the islands is much slower than in the continental U.S. Subsequently, stress is at a minimum and quality of life for Hawaii travel nurses is superb. There’s always something to do on the islands, even if it means just relaxing and doing nothing. The people of Hawaii are friendly and warm and the islands are a wonderful place to make lifelong acquaintances and follow dreams.
Hawaii travel nurses work half the time
Wouldn’t Hawaii be the perfect place to work 156 days a year and have the other 209 off? To get your Hawaii travel nursing contract renewed again and again and to return as often as possible. To mix at the local tikis, find adventure in the mountains or sail Oahu at sunset. Work three or four days a week and spend the rest of your time exploring incredible surroundings.