Last Updated on June 26, 2023
Nurses, we need you in New Hampshire! We’re currently hiring RNs for medical/surgical travel nursing jobs in New Hampshire, complete with great pay and benefits, and stipends to cover your housing and travel expenses.
Located in the mid-size town of Lebanon, on the Vermont border, these New Hampshire nursing jobs are perfect for travelers looking to earn some extra cash this holiday season. Qualified RNs can earn up to $4,742per week* for 13 weeks, plus the potential of an extra $700* in holiday bonus cash. You can read all the details here, or fill out a quick online application here.
5 Great Reasons to Work Med/Surg Nursing Jobs in New Hampshire
In addition to top pay and benefits, these med/surg travel nursing jobs in New Hampshire offer a unique chance to experience historic New England. Here are a few reasons why the Granite State is a great destination for your next travel nursing job.
#1: Small-town life and big-city opportunities
With just over 14,000 residents, Lebanon offers a genuine small-town community experience — no traffic jams, a lower cost of living, and an easy lifestyle. At the same time, Boston and all it has to offer is just a few hours away by car, bus or train. And a couple more hours will get you to New York City, where you’ll find world-class shopping, dining, sporting, museums and much, much more.
#2: The chance to explore America’s #1-rated “natural environment”
With especially high marks for its natural environment and available job opportunities, New Hampshire currently ranks as the #4 “Best State” to live in by U.S. News & World Report.
“The state’s natural beauty stands out more for its valleys, rivers, lakes and mountains than its mere 13 miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline,” the report explained. “Its highest peak, Mount Washington, stands at 6,288 feet in the White Mountains, and Lake Winnipesaukee is its best-known inland resort.”
So, for lovers of the outdoors, our nursing jobs in New Hampshire are a great way to experience the beauty of iconic mountain landscapes during the autumn and winter months, with travel costs taken care of!
#3: Lots of local activities
For those who aren’t as inclined to hit the hiking trails in the winter — or who prefer a warm fireplace over a gusty seashore — the Granite State offers plenty of indoor activities. There are tons of historic spots to visit, including Revolutionary War sites like Fort Constitution and the American Independence Museum. And there are many more in Vermont and upstate New York, just a few minutes’ drive away.
Whether it’s sampling amazing maple syrup or world-class seafood in a quaint small town or checking out Manchester’s dance clubs and nightlife, New Hampshire has lots to offer people of every age and across all range of interests.
#4: Easy licensing thanks to the eNLC
When you work an assignment with CareerStaff, you can rest assured that we’ll do everything we can to help you get the license you need to work in the state you choose. But with New Hampshire, as with the other members of the enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC, or eNLC), that process is a lot faster and easier. That’s because nurses registered in an eNLC state can work in New Hampshire without any additional license. You can learn more about the Nurse Licensure Compact here.
#5: An opportunity to help support a community in need
New Hampshire is in the top 10 states with the number of residents aged 65 or older, according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2020 population estimates (via Population Reference Bureau). When combined with the state’s ongoing nurse shortage, the result is a greater need for skilled RNs than ever before.
And, while med/surg nurses certainly aren’t restricted to senior care, they definitely help to fill urgent gaps in care in communities that are made up mostly of older adults. So, working med/surg nursing jobs in New Hampshire is a great way to support a community that urgently needs the assistance of skilled medical professionals.
Your Source for Amazing Travel Nursing Jobs in New Hampshire
Experience the CareerStaff difference with a new nursing job in New Hampshire! Our travelers get weekly pay with direct deposit, 24/7 support, medical insurance, referral bonuses and much more. If you’re ready to get started, you can learn more about our New Hampshire nursing jobs here, or fill out a quick application here.
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