PPR understands that travel nursing is more than a job; it’s a calling. PPR Travel Nursing can offer you exclusive positions with the highest pay in the industry. In addition to partnering with prestigious facilities, our nurses enjoy 48-hour work weeks and flexible-length assignments for registered nurses looking to explore gorgeous states like Montana.
Ready to check out one of America’s national parks? This is your chance. Spend time in the natural beauty of the first National Park, Yellowstone, and spend a night under the stars at one of the twelve campgrounds available. You can also use your weekend to attend events promoting grizzly bear conservation efforts or catch a glimpse of the Norris Geyser Basin. Still have time? Tour the brilliant Yellowstone Ecosystem to experience an unforgettable experience. PPR Travel Nursing assignments give you plenty of time to appreciate the breathtaking views of major forests, rolling hills, and other landscapes you could only find during your Montana travel nurse adventure.
Processing Fee: N/A
Timeline: 10 business days
Cost: $200.00 Application
Processing Fee: $27.25 fingerprint fee
Walk Thru: No
Phone Number: 406-444-5711
Fax Number: 406-841-2305
Email Address: nurse.mt.gov
Looking for longer-term travel nursing contracts? In Montana, the permanent license might be the right option for you. Montana is not a walk thru state. Montana is affiliated with the Nurse Licensure Compact or Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC). The Montana Board of Registered Nursing is affiliated with NURSYS. If you run into any trouble applying for or acquiring your RN license in MT, feel free to contact us, we'd love to help you get licensed. Below you'll find additional resources for acquiring and renewing your Montana Registered Nurse License.
Our clients are constantly seeking RNs, LPNs and surgical techs for travel nursing jobs throughout Montana. We have hundreds of job openings in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, medical centers and private practices. Search our Montana travel nursing jobs below. If you're interested in pursuing a position as a travel nurse in Montana, check out our jobs or apply today.
Our research into travel nurse salary expectations is compiled from several reputable sources claiming that RNs working in Montana earn around the national average, though demand throttles compensation based on the city where you want to work. Some major metropolitan areas, such as Billings, report job outlook as high as 29% above the national average! Even sources like Indeed, which only report on salaries offered for open positions (often closer to entry level rather than senior positions) report higher than average salaries for RNs. The median and mean salaries are both high in Montana but the highest-earning positions often offer at or above $80k per year. This is super enticing to travel nurses who have a great opportunity to increase their earning potential. Since most living expenses are paid for or reimbursed travel nurses working in Montana have even more earning potential.
Travel nursing in states like Montana offers a host of benefits you won't find with a non-travel RN job. PPR travel nurses in Montana work at some of the most prestigious hospitals in the country. As is true for other states as well, travel nursing is one of the most stable careers and has been for decades. What most don't recognize is the growing difference between the number of new jobs being created compared to the substantially lower number of nurses entering the field. There will always be high demand. Not only does that gap exist, but the trend continues to grow in your favor if you are currently, or are looking to become, a travel nurse in Montana. 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 Montana.
You'll find plenty of travel nurse jobs and employment opportunities in cities across Montana, including Bozeman. However, some RN specialties are in higher demand than others. The following RN specialties have some of the highest demand. In Montana specifically, demand for qualified registered nurses is at an all-time high. Projections for future demand indicate that this demand will continue to increase as the population grows and new nurses come into the field at a slower rate than new positions are opened. This means that most facilities in the state are looking to travel nurses to help fill vacant positions.
PPR is an equal opportunity employer.