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Travel Nursing Jobs in Ohio

Travel nurse jobs in Ohio put you in one of the most diverse states in the Midwest. Work or travel to the north for big-city environments and access to the majesty of the Great Lakes. Head south in the Buckeye state for rural explorations and almost-Southern-hospitality.

We offer all types of nursing positions in cities and towns across the state. And since Ohio is centrally located, you can use your travel nursing assignment as a home base and explore states such as Kentucky, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania during your off days.

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How Much do Travel Nursing Jobs in Ohio Pay? Make up to $4,300/week

The average pay for a traditionally employed RN in the state of Ohio is about $29.80 per hour. For a 40-hour workweek, that's $1,192.

Plenty of the jobs in our database pay $1,200 to $4,300 per week. Those types of travel nursing jobs in Ohio might pay up to $55,900 for just one 13-week assignment, not including benefits or perks!

Improve Your Mental Health with these Benefits:

  • Access to dedicated recruiters. Enjoy peace of mind that someone has your back, know that a professional is there to help you plan ahead for your next assignment, and reach out for help if you have any questions or concerns.
  • Housing or housing stipends. You'll always have a place to call yours so you can unwind after shifts or come home to comfort after a weekend adventure. We provide stipends to cover housing costs or set you up with pre-existing options that don't cost you anything.
  • Health benefits. You're covered from day one, so you don't have to stress as much over your own health while you're taking care of others.
  • Continuing education. We want to help you pave the way to a fabulous nursing career, so we make it easy for you to access the CEUs and other resources you need to build your resume.

Find out more about the many benefits Ohio travel nurses can expect from American Mobile.

Ohio's Top Specialties

From big city hospitals to rural clinics, travel nurse jobs in Ohio offer plenty of career-building options. You can work in pediatrics, home health, labor and delivery, the ER, and many other specialties, making this a great opportunity to build skills or use your experience to care for patient populations you feel passionately about.

Ohio Cities with Highest-Paying Travel Nurse Jobs

The average travel nurse jobs salary in Ohio was about $1,959 per week on March 1, 2024. Today, you can find jobs with a salary range between $1,254 to $2,879 per week. The cities with the highest paying jobs include:

In Ohio, there are a number of hospital facilities with nursing staff including: Penn State Health in Hershey, Christ Hospital in Cincinnati, Geisinger Health System in Danville, PinnacleHealth at Community General Osteopathic Hospital in Harrisburg, and Adirondack Medical Center in Saranac Lake are well known in Ohio.

If you have a specific start date in mind, the soonest available in Ohio is Apr 22, 2024 for a Registered Nurse – Cardiac Catheterization Lab - Cath Lab role at $2,879 per week. The latest start date for an ST job is Jun 3, 2024 for a Surgical Technologist - Operating Room - OR role at $2,863 per week.

There are a variety of contract lengths available for a travel nursing job in Ohio including 13 Weeks (4938 jobs), 12 Weeks (661 jobs), and 8 Weeks (64 jobs).

Ohio's Exclusive Travel Nurse Jobs

There are currently 36 exclusive American Mobile RN jobs in Ohio. You won't find these Registered Nurse jobs anywhere else. Start by scrolling through RN jobs based on average salary, contract duration, and shift types to find your perfect travel nurse job. You can earn between $1,716 - $2,863 a week and the average weekly salary for these exclusive RN jobs is $2,168. Apply for exclusive top paying traveling RN jobs in these popular Ohio cities:

Lead a New Working Life in Ohio

From kayaking, fishing, and other lake-life pursuits to the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame and other interesting attractions in cities like Cleveland, Ohio covers many interests and lifestyles. While the summers are warm enough for outdoor activities, they're rarely sweltering, and snow lovers are likely to get at least one good blanketing when on winter assignment with Ohio travel nurse jobs. Find out more about unique things to do during your days off when you become an Ohio travel nurse.

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What are the best hospitals to work at in Ohio?

Nineteen facilities in the state of Ohio meet high U.S. News standards and are ranked in the state. No matter what your specialty is, our recruiters can find a hospital that meets your every need and allows you to excel in your career

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