Travel Nursing Jobs in Colorado

Break out the adventure pack and put on your favorite hiking boots, you’re on your way to becoming a travel nurse in Colorado! Travel nursing in Colorado attracts RN’s of all ages coming from all four corners of the nation. Colorado provides endless adventure for the outdoorsy types but also encompasses city life in many of the urban hot spots.

Due to having the largest network of jobs, American Mobile offers assignment opportunities throughout the entire State of Colorado. Becoming a Colorado travel nurse with American Mobile will open the doors to higher earnings, continued learning as well as extensive resume building.

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What's the Salary for Colorado Travel Nurse Jobs? Make up to $2,900/week

As a travel nurse in Colorado with American Mobile, you will have the opportunity to earn $1,200 to $2,900 per week depending on your specialty, assignment, and experience. It is wonderful to know that your potential earnings for a 13-week assignment can be close to $37,700.

Permanent RN’s in Colorado make an average of $94,300 a year. Furthermore, the average weekly salary of a permanent RN in the State of Colorado is just about $1,800 a week. Salaries are of course dependent on many factors, including; experience, specialty, hospital facility, and more.

Additional Perks and Benefits:

American Mobile ensures that our partners and ultimately, the patients, are receiving the highest quality care at all times. Making it our mission to guarantee the best resources for our healthcare professionals to ensure a smooth transition into travel nursing.

American Mobile provides more than just health benefits to our travel nurses. We want to make sure that our travel nurses and their families’ are offered mental health resources, housing options, travel discounts, a 24-hour hotline and more. Our travelers have access to the largest clinical staff on top of gaining access to the largest database of jobs in the nation.


Colorado's Top Specialties

Whether you are a home health nurse or an ER nurse, American Mobile has jobs for nearly every nursing specialty throughout the state of Colorado. Furthermore, due to the extensive partnerships and relationships with healthcare facilities and hospitals, American Mobile receives new RN assignments every day.

Why Colorado is Home to Many Traveling Nurses

Colorado is home to some of the nation’s most beautiful hiking trails. Hike through the immaculate Glenwood Canyon to find the hideaway water basin of Hanging Lake. Hanging Lake’s crystal-clear water and roaring falls are only a short hike away!

Speaking of mountains, travel nursing in Colorado also offers world-class skiing and snowboarding opportunities. Ride at some of the country’s most sought after locations including Aspen, Vail, and Breckenridge. With Colorado’s high altitude, these mountains get consistent snow that will keep you riding all year long.

The opportunities for adventure in Colorado are endless. With its unique offerings and cooperative weather (136 days of clear skies a year!), the Centennial State of Colorado is the perfect place for any travel nurse to call home.

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Do you need your Colorado nursing license?

Have a little fun personally and professionally with your next travel nursing gig! Whether you're looking to ski the snowy mountains or climb the ladder of success, Colorado is a great place for both. Colorado is a member of the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC), for nurses practicing in other NLC states. Nurses who are not currently licensed in a state that is part of the NLC can obtain their liecense easily and in some cases for free if you take an assignment with American Mobile. 

What are the best hospitals in Colorado?

Not only does Colorado have some of the best outdoor activities like hiking and skiing, but the state has 12 hospitals that meet high U.S. News standards. Connect with a recruiter today to work in one of Colorado's top facilities.