Your Travel Career: Advancement Opportunities
Travel RNs and Advanced Practitioners
Travel nursing is an extremely satisfying lifestyle, both personally and professionally. Assignments typically run between 13 and 26 weeks and include an array of excellent, corporate style benefits including comprehensive health insurance, free private housing, company-matched 401(k), continuing education credits, bonuses, travel and licensure reimbursements and much, much more.
American Traveler is Joint Commission Gold Seal certified and approved. The Joint Commission is America’s leader in accreditation and certification of health care organizations and staffing agencies. Career minded registered nurses recognize the value of working for prestigious accredited organizations that provide ongoing training, education, and adhere to patient safety standards.
Click on Travel Nursing Questions & Answers for in-depth information on how to get your adrenaline-packed travel nurse career off the ground today! Available positions include:
- Registered Nurse
- Operating Room Technologists
- Respiratory, Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to advance in the profession and work with America’s top practitioners! If you’re interested in any one of these extremely satisfying nursing careers or corporate career opportunities call us at 800-884-8788 or apply online.
Earn an Advanced Practice Degree
More and more staff nurses are deciding to travel as a result of benefits, high pay and lifestyle enhancement.
Transition to a Corporate RN Job
American Traveler places travel nurses and other healthcare professionals in thousands of hospitals throughout the United States. Our corporate staff is well trained and has years of experience in the healthcare staffing industry. Key positions in the corporate headquarters are held by tenured registered nurses.
Much of their success is directly attributable to the skills and experience that they acquired during their hospital based nursing careers. Nursing has given them the insight that is invaluable in supporting the needs of both healthcare professionals and client hospitals. Their expertise is utilized in clinical credentialing, staffing and documentation administration.
Clinical Coordinator may be welcome career change for tired RNs
Many nurses choose this career path when the physical demands of hospital nursing become burdensome. A combination of long hours, health conditions, advancing middle age, or family needs often are responsible for nurses working in a hospital setting to transition their skills and experience to a rewarding nursing career in the corporate world.
“I worked as a nurse on the floor for over 11 years then moved up to management where I was on call 24/7, 365 days a year. I got to the point where I could no longer tolerate the physical and emotional demands of the job. I took a job as a Clinical Coordinator at American Traveler to improve my quality of life and spend more time with family and friends. My new found career as a clinical staffing advisor brings me immense satisfaction and it was the perfect opportunity to put an end to the stress and strain of bedside nursing. -- Deborah Bacurin, Clinical Coordinator, American Traveler