PPR Travel Nursing works to place travel nurses in hospitals and facilities nationwide, including Alaska, the largest and most sparsely populated U.S. state. If you’ve ever been to Alaska, you’ll know it for its diverse terrain of open spaces, mountains, and forests, with abundant wildlife and many small towns. Many active travel nurses on assignment in Alaska chose the destination for outdoor activities like skiing, mountain biking, and kayaking. In between shifts during your evenings and weekends, you’ll be sure to find solace in solo or social trips to visit the Massive Denali National Park (formerly called Mount McKinley), North America’s highest peak.
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PPR Travel Nursing is looking for talented RNs like you to join our growing travel community in Alaska. We have current and immediate need for travelers in Barrow, Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Sitka. You can get started by obtaining a temporary or permanent RN license through the Alaska State Board of Nursing. The temporary license takes on average 10-business days to be issued. Even if you're considering travel assignments 1-2 years out, it never hurts to get in touch with a recruiting specialist that can answer your questions and help you prepare. With seventeen hospitals and eight medical centers, it's likely that options within your specialty will become available soon if there aren't any currently.
The Alaska State Board of Nursing does not participate in the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC), which currently allows nurses holding any one of 25 compact state licenses to practice in both their home state and other compact states. If you hold an RN license in Arizona or New Mexico, for example, you can take a travel nurse assignment in Texas without having to obtain a separate license. Below you'll find additional resources for acquiring and renewing your Registered Nurse License.
Looking for a true travel nurse adventure? It doesn't get more exciting than a travel nursing job in Alaska. Connect with our talented team to learn how to get your adventure of a lifetime started today. Travel nursing jobs in Alaska let RNs enjoy top pay and awesome benefits along with a fresh and often frozen remote destination. The natural beauty of Alaska beckons you for the adventure of a lifetime. Apply today! To search up-to-date travel nursing assignments available, check out our jobs or apply today. Travel nurses earn more as a traveling registered nurse in Alaska with PPR Travel Nursing. Contact us today to learn about premium pay, free travel and housing options. We'll help you find the perfect travel nurse job in Alaska.
Current Travelers - Switch to PPR Travel Nursing for your next assignment to join our growing team in Alaska.
Alaska Hospitals: Alaska Regional Hospital, Bartlett Regional Hospital, Bassett Army Community Hospital, Central Peninsula General Hospital, Elmendorf AFB Hospital, Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, Kanakanak Hospital, Mat-Su Regional Medical Center, Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital, Northstar Hospital, Norton Sound Regional Hospital, Samuel Simmonds Memorial Hospital, Sitka Community Hospital, South Peninsula Hospital, St. Elias Specialty Hospital, Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Regional Hospital. Alaska Health & Medical Centers: Alaska Native Medical Center, Cordova Community Medical Center, PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center, Maniilaq Health Center, Petersburg Medical Center, Providence Alaska Medical Center, Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center, Providence Seward Medical and Care Center, Wrangell Medical Center.
There is a current need for registered nurses across all specialties to work in Alaska. Some practice settings have more travel nurse opportunities available than other due to different patient populations, seasonal fluctuations, and other variables. There is a very high demand for ER, OR, and Labor Delivery. You may also see a lot of pediatrics and PICU openings during the fall and winter months. PPR Travel Nursing can connect you to open assignments with hospitals and medical centers in the area. A thriving healthcare landscape, along with the nation's biggest mix of attractions, lifestyles, and wildlife--and a competitive cost of living--makes Alaska an appealing place for travel RNs. Alaska is a great state to visit with a lot of contracts for travel nurses. Find your next travel nurse adventure in Alaska.
PPR is an equal opportunity employer.