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Travel Nurse Jobs in Idaho

A sparkling new Idaho travel nurse job lands you in the heart of the Gem State, where you'll find a wide variety of robust rural adventures to partake in. Whether you're looking to cross some items off your bucket list or just love the idea of working and playing under the big sky, American Mobile's database of travel nursing jobs in Idaho is your ticket to something — and somewhere — new.

From jobs in cities such as Boise to those in rural areas, we have you covered. Check out our database to find assignments in all nursing specialties along with competitive pay and great perks.

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The average travel nurse jobs salary in Idaho was about $1,783 per week on August 1, 2023. Today, you can find jobs with a salary range between $1,587 to $2,286 per week. The cities with the highest paying jobs include:

In Idaho, there are a number of hospital facilities with nursing staff including: Providence Everett Medical Center- Colby Campus in Everett, Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane, Grays Harbor Community Hospital in Aberdeen, St. Charles Medical Center - Bend in Bend, and Providence Centralia Hospital in Centralia are well known in Idaho.

If you have a specific start date in mind, the soonest available in Idaho is Oct 2, 2023 for a Registered Nurse – Intensive Care - ICU - ICU role at $1,847 per week. The latest start date for an RN job is Oct 30, 2023 for a Registered Nurse – Labor & Delivery - LD role at $1,917 per week.

There are a variety of contract lengths available for a travel nursing job in Idaho including 12 Weeks (879 jobs), 13 Weeks (750 jobs), and 6 Weeks (21 jobs).

What's the Salary for Idaho Travel Nurse Jobs? Earn up to $2,800/week

For RNs who are employed in traditional positions, the average pay in Idaho is around $73,600. That breaks down to around $1,400 per week.

Idaho travel nursing salary ranges vary, but you can find positions in our database that pay between $1,400 to $2,800 a week. That's close to $36,000 for a 13-week assignment.

Beyond the Paycheck

When you take an Idaho travel nursing job via American Mobile, we're there for you in a number of ways that move beyond basic compensation. First, we make sure you have a safe, comfortable place to call home while you're on assignment. You can choose between free housing or a housing stipend to help cover living costs.

Next, we provide many of the same benefits you might get as a traditionally employed nurse, including health benefits, retirement plans, and access to CEUs. Oh yeah — those health benefits? They start as soon as you do.

Other benefits we offer include dedicated recruiters to help guide you through your travel nurse journey, access to career options that build a strong resume, and referral bonuses.

Idaho's Top Nursing Specialties

We receive and post jobs daily, and we offer positions across the entire state of Idaho and in every specialty. Browse our large database of positions to see what opportunities are open now.

Why Travelers are Keen on Idaho

Craters of the Moon. Shoshone Falls Park. The Oregon Trail. These are just some of the fantastic, geologically fascinating, and historically important sites you can visit in Idaho. Travel nursing jobs in Idaho let you take advantage of epic camping options on your days off, and you can also find plenty of attractions, such as amusement parks, museums, and wineries, to feed your appetite for adrenaline rushes or culture.

Find out more about what Idaho has to offer visitors, and then, browse our database of open assignments or reach out to a recruiter. We're standing by to make your travel nursing job in Idaho's dream a reality.

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We can help you obtain your Idaho nursing license!

Idaho is a nursing compact state, making it easy for travel nurses who hold a multi-state license. No worries if you don't, our recruiters are your personal assistants to help you obtain the proper licensing for Idaho. 

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Idaho has more to offer than just potatoes and skiing in the mountains. Boost your resume by advancing your skills at some of the nation's best facilities with high-paying travel nursing assignments.