Travel Nursing Jobs in Hawaii

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Travel Nursing Jobs in Hawaii

Imagine snorkeling, scuba diving and surfing on your days off. It’s more than a dream for those who take travel nursing jobs in Hawaii – it’s reality. Natural attractions are a huge draw to America’s 50th state, including volcanos, rainforests, coral reef systems and hundreds of postcard-worthy beaches. Honolulu, HI, is the vibrant epicenter of the islands, where you’ll find picturesque beaches, exciting nightlife and a flourishing arts and culture scene. View available Hawaii travel nursing jobs below.

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

More about Hawaii

The diversity of the Hawaiian Islands – romantic and adventurous all at once-bursts forth in rushing waterfalls, sweet wild mangoes, an active volcano, rolling green hills, and sunny beaches, as much as in its royal and historic past. No traveler leaves Hawaii untouched by its spirit.

Hawaii RN Licensure

Temporary Letter Time-Frame: 48hrs
Permanent License Time-Frame: 15-20 business days
Compact (eNLC): No
Walk-Through: Yes, must have application, employment letter from hospital, proof of verification request, fees
Cost: $166 Odd years, $243 Even years, $50 additional if requesting temp letter
Application Requirements: Application, verification, fees, fingerprints
Nursys: Yes
Livescan Fingerprinting: Yes, – Fieldprint code you must enter is FPHIBrdNursing
Renewal Requirements: One of the following:

  • National certification or recertification related to the nurse’s practice role
  • 30 contact hours of continuing education activities
  • Completion of a board-approved refresher course
  • Completion of a minimum of two-semester credits of post-licensure academic education related to nursing practice from an accredited nursing program
  • Participation as a preceptor, for at least one nursing student or employee transitioning into new clinical practice areas for at least one hundred twenty hours, in a one-to-one relationship as part of an organized preceptorship program
  • Completion as principal or co-principal investigator of a nursing research project that is an institutional review board project or evidence-based practice project that has been preapproved by the board
  • Authoring or co-authoring a peer-reviewed published nursing or health-related article, book, or book chapter
  • Developing and conducting a nursing education presentation or presentations totaling a minimum of five contact hours of actual organized instruction that qualifies as continuing education
  • Completion of a board-recognized nurse residency program
  • A similar type of learning activity option; provided that the type of activity shall be recognized by the board

Renewal Date: Every 2 years on June 30th of odd years
Telephone Number: 808.586.3000