Why Become a Travel Nurse?

Travel Nursing professionals from across the country rely on Cirrus Medical Staffing for access to an extensive network of the most coveted nursing job openings. Our experienced staff identifies qualified Registered Nursing professionals to place in hospitals, home health environments, and federal or state government medical facilities.

Why should you consider working as a Travel Nurse? As a Travel Nurse, you have the luxury of traveling anywhere in the country, while gaining an enriching experience both professionally and personally. Our team specializes in securing assignments for our Travel Nurses that help you to maximize your earnings while practicing in a variety of clinical settings. As a result, you still achieve the work/life balance that you desire. If you are looking for the best in Travel Nursing jobs, look no further.

As the career partner to thousands of Travel Nurses over the years, Cirrus Medical Staffing understands who you are and what is important to you.

Cirrus Medical Staffing offers our Travel Nurses the following:

Of course we provide all of the pay & benefit programs that you should expect from one of the premier staffing firms in the industry, but isn’t it also the little things that count? Our firm makes sure that all of our recruiters and staff members have:

  • Respect for you as an individual
  • An appreciation for the job you do as a professional Travel Nurse
  • A passion for helping you achieve your dreams
  • A willingness to own situations and accept responsibility to resolve issues, should issues arise
  • A commitment to ensure that you are getting the most out of your assignments

Sound like the company that you are looking for? Request more info! Or call 800.299.8132.

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Angela Carringer Senior Recruiter Nursing Division, started her career in the Medical Recruitment Industry in 2004. Angela joined Cirrus Medical Staffing in October 2010. Prior to her career in healthcare staffing, Angela had experience working in an acute hospital setting and was an NA II and Phlebotomist, for more than 3 years. This real world experience has helped her to understand the RN role, and the responsibilities and challenges in the hospital setting that nurses face daily. More About Angella »

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