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Travel Nursing Jobs in Vermont

It's hard to resist the charms of Vermont, with its stunning peaks, picturesque towns, and rural splendor. The Green Mountain State is consistently ranked as one of the best and safest states to live in, making it a top draw for travel nurses.

Vermont may be one of the smallest states in the country, but it's big on opportunities for RNs. We can help you find a rewarding travel nursing job in Vermont that offers a chance to grow your career while enjoying an active outdoor lifestyle.

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What do Vermont Travel Nursing Jobs Pay? Make up to $2,300/week

Permanent RNs in Vermont earn an average salary of $69,560 per year or $1,338 per week. This ranges from an average of about $68,800 in nonmetropolitan areas to $70,690 in Burlington, the largest city in Vermont. Salaries are based on your specialty, years of experience, and credentials.

Nurse salaries in Vermont for new RN graduates fall between $49,519 and $79,822, with a median salary of $61,590 or $1,184 per week. Travel nurse salaries in Vermont offer earning potential of up to $2,300 per week or close to $29,900 for a 13-week assignment, not including benefits like housing stipend, travel reimbursement and much more! 

Top Tier Benefits for Our Travelers

There are many details to think about when you're heading out on an assignment as a travel nurse. We provide a wide array of benefits to help you thrive personally and professionally.

  • Private, furnished housing. If you're traveling with your family or pets, we can offer options that accommodate your whole crew.
  • Free continuing education so your skills are continually improving
  • Full benefits such as medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plans, and employee assistance programs

We also have a full team behind you, including a personal recruiter familiar with your goals and needs, a customer support manager to assist with payroll and timekeeping, housing specialists, credentialing analysts, and clinical liaisons available 24/7.


Vermont's Top Specialties

American Mobile offers an extensive inventory of travel nurse assignments for you to choose from, with some postings that are exclusive to our RNs. Contact us so we can find the perfect travel nursing job in Vermont for you

Explore Vermont at Your Leisure

Whether you're working in Burlington on the shores of spectacular Lake Champlain or in Brattleboro, the vibrant hub in the southern part of the state, Vermont is made for exploring. On your days off, you can ramble through beautiful forests, state parks, and the stunning Quechee Gorge. Quench your urge for adventure by zip lining in the treetops, rafting on the West River, or hiking a section of the Long Trail, which runs the length of the state. When you're ready for relaxing, tempt your taste buds at Chabot Creamery and tour Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory.

Land an enriching travel nursing job in Vermont and discover first-hand the beautiful allure of the Green Mountain State. American Mobile's recruiters are here to support you through every step.

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We can help you obtain your Vermont nursing license!

No matter what your specialty is we can help you find the perfect assignment for you in Vermont. The first step is making sure you are licensed to practice in the state. Our recruiters make it easy for you, as they guide you through the step-by-step licensing and application process. 

What are the best hospitals to work at in Vermont?

The University of Vermont Medical Center is the state's number one hospital. The facility is a teaching hospital focusing on general medical and surgical procedures. Grow your career while working in this top-ranked hospital working with some of the top doctors.