Iowa Travel Nurse Jobs

Travel Nursing Jobs in Iowa

Iowa PPR Travel Nursing

Iowa is a growing Midwestern state with open positions for RN travel nurses like you. There are immediate nursing assignments available now and coming soon to Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Davenport, Iowa City, Dubuque, and Ames. Work with PPR Travel nursing to find exclusive, immediate travel nursing job opportunities for RNs. Other than Iowa, PPR Travel Nursing has assignments available nationwide for you to choose from.

Many RNs consider and switch to travel nursing with PPR due to the ability to grow in experience with an increase in pay and the flexibility to move all over the country. The next nurse we place in Iowa could be you, along with top benefits and a chance to enjoy rolling hills and cornfields.

Discover Iowa and enjoy some time in nature while on your travel nurse assignment. PPR is staffing travel nurse jobs in Iowa, and in some of the state’s top hospitals and healthcare facilities.

Know an RN that may be interested in traveling to Iowa? Refer them over and earn $1000!

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RN licensing and the Iowa State Board of Nursing

Temp License

Timeline: 5-7 Business Days

Cost: Included in Perm Fee

Processing Fee: N/A

Perm License

Timeline: 4-6 Weeks

Cost: $169.00 Application

Processing Fee: N/A


Walk Thru: No

Compact: Yes



Phone Number: 515-281-3255

Fax Number: 515-281-4825

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We would like to introduce you to some of the wonderful opportunities available in Iowa. PPR Travel Nursing has current and immediate need for travelers in Sioux City, Onawa, Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Iowa City, and Clinton. Begin the process by obtaining a temporary or permanent RN license through the Iowa State Board of Nursing. The temporary license takes on average 5-7 business days to be issued. Even if you're considering travel assignments 8-12 months out, get in touch with a recruiting specialist that can answer your questions and help you prepare. With 47 hospitals and medical centers, it's likely that open assignments within your specialty will become available soon if there aren't any currently.

The Iowa State Board of Nursing participates 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 Iowa without having to obtain a separate license. Below you'll find additional resources for acquiring and renewing your Registered Nurse License in Iowa.

RN Licensure Resources

Iowa Travel Nursing Adventure

Ready for a travel nurse adventure out West? It doesn't get more exciting than a travel nursing job in Idaho. Connect with our recruitment team to learn how to get your adventure of a lifetime started today. Travel nursing jobs in Idaho let RNs enjoy top pay and awesome benefits along with a host of natural features to explore during your evenings and weekends. Come see for yourself for your next assignment! Apply today to explore Idaho! 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 Alabama 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 Idaho.

Current Travelers - Switch to PPR Travel Nursing for your next assignment to join our growing team in Idaho.

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Registered Nurse Salary in Idaho (ID)




What salary expectations should you have? The average salary for a Travel Nurse is $30.91 per hour in Idaho, which is higher than the national average. Depending on the specialty, you may have higher salary ranges made available to you. Location is also an important factor. Hospitals and medical centers in Meridian, Idaho on average pay 30% above the national average!

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Is A Career In Travel Nursing Right For Me?

# of Nurses in AL by 2030: 18,900

Projected Demand: 15,300

Difference: +3,600 (surplus)

The future of nursing as a career is very promising. With so many new jobs being created every year combined with so few new nurses entering the workforce, it's a recipe for high demand. If you're familiar with the current demand for registered nurses, you might not be surprised to learn that demand will continue to increase at a similar rate to recent years. Travel nursing in states like Idaho offers a number of additional benefits. Not only are you able to collect an awesome salary, but you'll also have an opportunity to work at some of the most prestigious hospitals in the country. If you're considering becoming a travel nurse we'd love to work with you. Check out some of our current open travel nurse jobs in Idaho.

Demand For RNs in Idaho

There is ample demand across all specialties to work in Idaho. 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 Dialysis and MedSurg. 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. Idaho is host to thriving healthcare landscape, and attractions, lifestyles, and charm--and a competitive cost of living--Idaho is an appealing place for travel RNs. Idaho is a great state to visit with a lot of contracts for travel nurses. Browse opportunities and find your next travel nurse adventure in Idaho.

Travel Nurse Jobs in Idaho

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