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State Resources : Colorado

   Travel Nursing Jobs in Colorado

Link to Colorado Board of Nursing

1560 Broadway, Suite 880
Denver, Colorado 80202

Phone: (303) 894-2430
Fax: (303) 894-2821

Fees:
Initial licensing fee, RN: $71.00
License renewal (biennial), RN: $100.00

Continuing Education Requirements:
Unknown

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Wow!

Colorado. One of our most beautiful states. Nothing compares to the majestic Rocky Mountains. Colorado has travel nursing jobs in a variety of locations. Denver, of course, has many travel jobs and is in driving distance of magnificent ski resorts.

The resorts themselves, (like Vail, Beaver Creek, and so many we cannot list them all), also have occasional traveling nurse oppotunities.

If skiing is your thing, (and there are a lot of reasons besides that to go to Colorado), no matter where your travel nurse assignment is you will not be far from a ski slope.

Denver is also a sports fanatic hotbed and as such is the home of the baseball Rockies, the basketball Nuggets, the football Broncos and the hockey Avalanche.

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Questions on travel nursing
Q:
How do I find a travel nursing agency and what do I ask them?

A:
Travel nursing is a very competitive business and agencies do everything they can to make themselves known. If you have a friend or co-worker who has worked a travel assignment ask them for a recommendation. All of the nursing publications are awash with ads. And of course, there is the Internet. Our travel nursing website, www.travelnursingusa.com, is dedicated to the subject. Clicking on an agency’s banner will usually take you directly to their website where you can obtain answers to a lot of your questions and find contact information to further discuss the opportunity. Ask them about some of the topics we’ve already covered. Print this article and highlight the items you want to ask before you call. You may also want to ask things like:

How long has the travel nursing agency been in business?

Are my hours guaranteed?

Is my pay rate guaranteed?

How long has the travel nursing agency worked with the facility?


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