Travel Nursing Jobs in Arizona

For breathtaking scenery and sunny days, Arizona travel nursing jobs are your best choice. Take advantage of the fantastic weather to do some of your favorite outdoor activities, whether it’s hiking scenic mountain ranges, kayaking along peaceful rivers, or skiing in Arizona’s snow areas. In AZ, there’s always something new to explore. View available travel nursing jobs in Arizona below.

Travel Nurse Across America is the travel nursing agency for you – in Arizona and across the country! We offer competitive travel nursing pay, excellent benefits and personal service to each of our nurses.

Here’s a list of travel nursing jobs by occupation and specialty. Click on your specialty to see all of the positions available in Arizona.


Specialty Openings
CathLab RN 1 View Jobs
CVICU RN 1 View Jobs
CVOR RN 1 View Jobs
ER RN 2 View Jobs
ICU RN 5 View Jobs
LD RN 2 View Jobs
MedSurg RN 1 View Jobs
Oncology RN 4 View Jobs
OR RN 6 View Jobs
Radiology RN 1 View Jobs
TELE RN 1 View Jobs
Psych RN 1 View Jobs


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More about Arizona

Arizona is the star of the Southwest, featuring canyons, cacti, deserts, mountains, ghost towns, Indian tribes and – of course – abundant sunshine.

Arizona’s capital city, Phoenix, is the eighth largest and one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. The city and its extensive suburbs are known collectively as the Valley of the Sun and are very popular as a warm winter resort. 110 miles southeast is Tucson, which is more compact and slightly cooler than Phoenix. It has an attractive location on a wide, cacti-filled plain enclosed on most sides by rocky mountain ranges.

The state’s most famous destination is the Grand Canyon, drawing millions of visitors each year. But there are also hundreds of miles of scenic land with many other canyons large and small waiting to be explored. Several artificial lakes, formed by dams on the Salt and Colorado rivers, provide many recreational opportunities and a welcome relief from the summer heat.

One quarter of the land is occupied by Indian reservations – the largest percentage of any state. Among the tribes, the Navajo, Apache and Hopi all occupy extensive areas where traditional life continues largely unaffected by mainstream U.S. culture.



Arizona RN Licensure

ARIZONA 
· Temporary License Time-Frame: 48 hours walk-in OR 2 weeks mail
· Permanent License Time-Frame: 1-2 months
· Compact (eNLC): Yes
· Walk-Through: Yes- if you have already submitted an application, you are NOT eligible for the 48 hr walk through process
· Cost: $50 temporary, $150 application fee, $50 fingerprints
· Application Requirements:  N/A
· Nursys: Yes
· Livescan Fingerprinting: Yes
· Renewal Requirements: One of the following requirements:
· Practiced as a nurse for 960 hours or more in the past 5 years OR
· Graduated from a nursing program and obtained a degree within past 5 years OR
· Completed an Arizona Board approved refresher course in the past 5 years OR
· Obtained an advanced nursing degree in the past 5 years (i.e. LPN to RN, RN to BSN, masters, or doctorate).
· Renewal Date: Every 4 years
· Website:  http://www.azbn.gov/Default.aspx
· Telephone Number: 602.771.7800