Whether you want to try something new in your nursing career, or, you simply want to travel the country… We can help! At Onward Healthcare, we can make your new career possible. Our established recruiters will advocate for you at every step of the travel nursing hiring process and will ensure that you have front-of-the-line access to hiring managers. We can take care of the licensure process, provide housing accommodations and are always available to answer all of your questions.
Our relationships with the nation’s most respected facilities give you all you need to take the next step into the lucrative world of travel nurse case manager jobs. Don’t worry, you’ll still have the same duties while on assignment. Responsibilities include; problem-solving, coordinating patient care, and creating patient care plans that help in their recovery.
Case Manager Travel Nurse Salary:
Earn up to $3,612/week
How much do case manager travel nurses make? Nurse case manager travel nurses can earn roughly between $1,299 and $3,612 a week. This means a case manager travel nurse can earn up to $46,956 on a 13-week assignment for performing the exact same duties as a full-time case manager nurse. Which, by comparison, earn an average annual income of about $72,433, or $1,393 a week, according to Payscale.com.
How to Qualify for a Travel Nurse Case Manager Position
You simply need a nursing degree from an accredited school and at least one year of work experience in a professional setting. Have questions about travel nursing requirements? No problem, our recruiters are available to walk you through the process and answer any questions you may have about opportunities.
If you want to travel to a state in which you do not have your license, please know that our team helps with nurse licensure.
Nurse Case Manager Travel Jobs: Reach for Success
There has never been a better time to reach for new career success as a travel nurse case manager. We encourage you to connect with one of our recruiters to learn more about this amazing career choice. Whether you are new to the nursing profession or you’ve worked in a clinical setting for over a decade, travel nursing is an optimal choice to transition into a new lifestyle.
*Disclaimer: Wages for nurse case manager travel jobs are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.
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