Summer is Here… Basically. Requesting time off as a Travel Nurse can be tricky if you or your recruiter are not prepared. Now is a great time to start making your summer plans and navigating the seas of your busy schedule.
Three ways to Plan for Summer
1. Give Your Recruiter Notice
Letting your recruiter know you’re planning time off gives them the benefit of finding a contract that works better with your schedule, or even advocating for more RTO before you begin the contract.
Explore jobs that match your schedule on your own by viewing our open opportunities below! View Open Jobs
2. Use Per Diem to Your Advantage
Use Per Diem opportunities to fill the gaps in your schedule. If you need a week or two of work before your July 4th celebration vacation, picking up Per Diem shifts can be an easy way to keep the paychecks coming!
Want to know more about Per Diem? Have a recruiter contact you today, and see what’s available in your area. Speak with a Recruiter
3. Take a Destination Contract
You are a Travel Nurse after all! Enjoy the summer by taking a contract in the area you want to be. There’s never a better time to explore than the summer.
Explore the beaches of the West Coast or enjoy the cool breeze of summer in Alaska! Options are out there and increasing every day. Explore Destinations