Travel Pediatric Nurse Salary and Jobs

Pediatric travel nursing jobs are available nationwide, with many of the country's top hospitals and healthcare facilities actively seeking pedi RNs to fill urgent vacancies. 

Pediatric nurse salaries for travel nurses are highly competitive, with free housing, bonuses and incentives and other travel nurse benefits driving salaries higher. 

To help meet this growing demand, American Mobile offers a broad spectrum of pediatric travel nursing jobs in locations across the country. Thanks to our exclusive contracts, we have the power to get you where you want to go. 

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Pediatric Nurse Salary and Information 

Pediatric nursing jobs involve the care of children and adolescents, usually up to the age of 18. Specific responsibilities vary considerably, often including the diagnosing of illness, administering of medications and other therapies, explaining treatment plans to young patients and their families, conducting physicals and more.

When applying for pediatric travel nursing jobs, please note that a four-year bachelor’s degree in nursing is usually preferred by employers over a two-year associate’s degree (ASN). Pediatric nurse certification is not required but is becoming increasingly necessary to take advantage of pediatric RN employment opportunities.

Your American Mobile recruiter is always happy to help you acquire any state licenses you'll need for your travel nursing assignment.

 

How much do pediatric nurses make?

According to Advance Healthcare Network's "2018 Nursing Salary Guide," pediatric nurse salaries can range from $64,481 per year for non-certified pediatric nurses to $85,211 a year for certified pediatric nurses. 

Pediatric nursing job opportunities from American Mobile offer a competitive pediatric nurse salary, along with a full range of benefits, including free housing and health insurance and partial expense compensation.

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