Registered Nurse Travel Jobs in Bangor

Top RN Jobs In & Near Bangor, Maine

We currently offer 9 of the best available RN travel jobs in the Bangor, Maine area. We have new jobs updating daily, so be sure to Apply Now so our specialists can make sure you get first crack. We make it as easy as possible for you to renew nursing licenses and compare RN nursing jobs by allowing you to filter based on salary, shift type, location or duration to find the right job for you.

The average Registered Nurse travel nurse working in Bangor earned about $2,072 per week as of May 1, 2024. Today, you can find RN jobs with a salary range between $1,676 to $2,376 per week.

In Bangor proper, the RN travel nursing market can include hospital facilities like Eastern Maine Healthcare with more facilities in nearby areas like Ellsworth, Blue Hill and Belfast to name a few.

We have a variety of options for RN travel jobs in Bangor if you have a specific start date in mind. The latest start date for an RN job is Jul 30, 2024 for a Registered Nurse – Telemetry role at $1,997 per week. The earliest start date is Jul 1, 2024 for a Registered Nurse – Labor & Delivery role at $2,508 per week. Find additional possibilities by sorting “start date” in the list below.

There are a variety of contract lengths available for a Registered Nurse travel nurse job in Bangor including 12 weeks, 13 weeks, and 25 weeks.

Bangor is a great location for RN travel nurses to live, work and play! Search for additional RN jobs below or apply now and our AMN Healthcare team will help get you started!

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AMN Healthcare currently has 9 travel Registered Nurse positions available in the Bangor, ME area. Search the most recent jobs below, or click the button below to view all jobs.

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Registered Nurse – Intensive Care – ICU
  • Bangor, Maine – 04401
  • 12 N,
  • July 23, 2024
  • 26
$1,817 to $2,376
Weekly Pay*
This position presents an opportunity to join an elite team of passionate physicians and nurses within the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). You’ll find a challenging and rewarding environment where patient care is firmly rooted in compassion, innovation, and a drive for great outcomes. This highly esteemed facility welcomes creative, energetic caregivers.
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Registered Nurse – Intensive Care – ICU
  • Bangor, Maine – 04401
  • 12 N,
  • July 23, 2024
  • 26
$1,817 to $2,376
Weekly Pay*
This contract is interviewed by SimpliFi. 7/23 Start date is non negotiable 48Hrs is non negotiable Night Shift is non negotiable 26 weeks is highly preferred About Facility: Address: 489 State St. Bangor, ME 04401 Level II Trauma Center Bed: 411 General Information: Beds: Varies, based on unit Will you accept a traveler with 1-year experience? No, 2 years Will you accept a first-time traveler? Yes Patient Types/Common Diagnoses: Please ask all travelers about charge experience and include in the offer if they have/have not worked in a CRN capacity Multispecialty Critical Care patients: Medical/Surgical/Cardiac/Neuro/Ortho/Trauma/Interventional Common diagnoses included but are not limited to: Stroke, ICP monitoring, EVD Drains, spinal precautions, DKA, Sepsis, Multisystem trauma, COVID, STEMI, NSTEMI, Heart failure ICU Float Pool RNs could float to ER Hold/Obs and care for MedSurg level patients there and Stepdown units – this can happen as often as is needed Patient Ratios: 1:2, based on acuity. May get 3rd patient as one is being downgraded ED Hold/Obs: 1:4-5, dependent on acuity Required Licensure & Certifications: BLS, ACLS, PALS, NIHSS Skills required: No more than 6 days of RTO (no holidays) is accepted at this time Neuro and Trauma experience is an absolute must – please decline travelers without this; Ventilator management, critical care drips/titration, cardiac rhythm interpretation, measuring cardiac strips, drains, chest tubes, hemodynamic lines: art lines/CVP, Stroke experience Support within the Department: CNA (Ratio – 1:10 days; 1:10 nights) Charge nurse Phlebotomy, shared responsibility with RN Resource Nurse 0700-1900, depending on unit House Supervisor, 24/7 RT, 24/7 Hospitalist, 24/7 Cardiovascular Surgeon and team for CV surgical patients, 24/7 Intensivist, available for consult 24/7 OT, PT, ST – 0800-1600 Technology/Equipment: EMR: Cerner IV pumps: Alaris Medication dispensing: Pyxis Monitors: Floating: If yes, where? This is a float pool position that floats between all levels of care, appropriate to care type – this does include floating into the ED to take ED holds (patients with admission orders) AND/OR ED Observation patients (holding orders but not fully admitted); will include patients within your scope of practice and below; as well as PACU Holds (patients with inpatient orders awaiting a bed) Orientation: General hospital orientation followed by a tour by the education department to each floor. They get one shift of orientation and then they are on their own Scheduling: Weekend rotation: Every other Day shift: Sat/Sun Night shift: Fri/Sat On call? No Holiday Expectations: No RTO accepted for Holidays Approval of RTO: to go through manager Shift times: see posting Schedule cycle: Other notes: Scrub Color: Any color, must be professional No crocs with holes Parking: Free
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Registered Nurse – Medical Surgical
  • Bangor, Maine – 04401
  • 12 D,
  • July 23, 2024
  • 25
$1,812 to $1,997
Weekly Pay*
This contract is interviewed by SimpliFi. Hospital Information: Address: 489 State St., Bangor, ME 04401 Level II Trauma Center Bed: 411 General Information Beds: 21 Activities room (Meals and other Activities to promote socialization) Minimum Experience? RN and LPN: 1 year CNA: 1 year in an acute care setting required (most recent) First-time traveler? Yes Patient Types: Discharge Ready Unit A variety of patients are cared for here who are awaiting placement in the community Heavy behavioral/psych on top of LTC/SNF. Security is present on the unit due to aggressive patients Typically, non-acute – without the need for special monitoring or IV access Occasionally, patients are admitted for IV antibiotics only, but they do not receive frequent doses Mobility of patients range from independent transfer to Hoyer/2 assist Patients are cared for under a nursing home model with focus on fall prevention, skin integrity and activities Supported by activities coordinator, CNAs and expert care management staff Nursing care is less than acute level of care i.e. vital signs are once a day; full assessment is weekly Patient Ratios: Team Nursing Approach RN: Days and Nights – up to 1:9; 4 RN’s + 1 CRN (unassigned) CNA: Days and Nights – up to 1:8; goal 1:6-7 LPN: Days and Nights – up to 1:9 – future implementation – no LPN’s currently Required Certifications: RN/LPN & Tech: BLS CNA: BLS Skills required: Experience caring for Geriatrics (ideal candidate would have SNF or LTAC experience) RN: Charge experience, dressing changes, IV antibiotic administration (most patients will not have IV access), enteral feedings LPN: Plan of cares, medication administration (oral, IV fluids/IV antibiotics; no IV pushes or initiation of high-risk meds/blood products – can monitor high risk meds after RN initiation), inserting peripheral IV (with met competency), dressing changes, central line flushes, wound care, vital signs, ADLs Daily Responsibilities: RN: 0600 or 1800 med pass for most meds, there may be meds due at other times Dressing changes Straight caths (some patients straight cath themselves) Charting: Med scanning Daily nursing notes to include the following (1 per shift per patient – 10 total): Activities they participated in during that shift Behavioral Notes Overall impressions VS as ordered (most often weekly or PRN if they have BP issues) CNA: Daily ADL charting Meal intakes Passing trays Activities Ambulation Getting patients to/from activities and meals Weekly showers/shower schedule LPN: See required skills Support on the Unit: CNA (1:6-7 ratio) Charge nurse – typically unassigned Activities support person Social Worker (two dedicated to unit) Case Manager Phlebotomy? For peripheral blood draws only House Supervisor, 24/7 RT, 24/7 in house Hospitalist, 24/7 PT/OT/ST – dayshift only Charting System/Equipment: Cerner Alaris Pyxis Floating: LPN: unlikely, but to other like units, such as rehab, if needed RN: to any other area within their scope of practice CNA: only if overstaffed a shift – could float to any area within their scope Orientation: 2 Days Hospital orientation 1 shift on the unit Scheduling: Weekend rotation: Every other Will they be on call? If so, what is that schedule? No call Holiday Expectations: varies, as needed Approval of time off? To go through manager Other notes? Scrub Color: RN: Any color, must be professional CNA: Any color, must be professional No acrylic nails allowed No crocs shoes allowed Parking: Free in designated areas
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Registered Nurse – Telemetry
  • Bangor, Maine – 04401
  • 12 D,
  • July 30, 2024
  • 25
$1,812 to $1,997
Weekly Pay*
SimpliFi Interview Team RTO Requests of 6 days or less with no holidays will be considered. About Facility: Bangor, ME Level 2 Trauma Center 411 Beds COVID vaccine required General Information: Beds: (50) on Merritt 3; (10) Haskell 3 Minimum Experience: 2 years of Med/Tele experience – no exceptions Will you accept a first-time traveler? No – no exceptions Patient Types: Travelers will routinely work between Merritt 3 (50 beds) and Haskell 3 (10 meds) both units are considered one large Med/Tele department on the same floor with private and semi-private rooms Medical: CHF, Pneumonia, COVID, COPD, sepsis, cellulitis, GI Bleed, Chron’s, Vascular Gangrene, ETOH withdrawal, IVDA, etc. Surgical: Bariatric: Gastric Bypass, Gastric sleeve Vascular Surgeries: carotid endarcterectomies, femoral endarcterectomies, amputations, AAA repair, peripheral artery bypass grafts Urology: TURP, cysto, cystectomy, penectomy, nephrectomy, ureteral stents, General/GI: mastectomy, breast reduction; hemicolectomies, exploratory laps, bowel resection, cholecystectomy, colorectal surgeries; whipples Ortho: total joint, ORIF, external fixation, Ortho Trauma ENT: parotidectomy, neck dissection, and thyroidectomy Plastics: muscle flaps, skin grafts Neurosurgery: spinal fusions, laminectomies, craniotomies Patient Ratios: RN: Day: 1:4-5 Night: 1:5-6 CNA: Day: 1:10 Night: 1:10 Required Certifications: BLS basic EKG certification (ability to read/interpret cardiac rhythm strips) Skills required: Telemetry experience (Cardiac rhythm interpretation) – will not transport patient on Tele but must be able to verify/interpret strips on the unit General post-surgical experience is a MUST Ortho post-op (total joints, ORIF) experience is preferred, peripheral IV starts, tube feedings, TPN, Trach Care, Chest tubes, continuous bladder irrigation, drain management and removal (JP, Accordian), dressing changes, wound vacs Comfortability to discontinue non-tunneled catheters, will wean patients off Epidural pump per order set, PCAs Heparin Drips, Insulin Drips; NO cardiac drips or cardiac push meds Support on the Unit: CNA (Ratio: 1:10) Charge nurse: typically free floating Resource Nurse – Dayshift only, 7 days per week RT OT/PT/ST Hospitalist/Surgeon PA – assigned specifically to this unit 1900-0700; 7 days per week Remote monitoring at nurses stations for Tele/SpO2 Technology/Equipment: EMR: Cerner IV pumps: Alaris Medication dispensing: Pyxis Floating: If yes, where? Any other unit to care for patients within or below scope of practice Orientation: 2 Days of hospital orientation 1 (12)h shift on unit HealthStream/iCare modules must be completed prior taking patients Scheduling: Weekend rotation: every other; occasionally back-to-back weekends – flexibility is key On call? No call Holiday Expectations: as scheduled RTO approval: Must be sent to Manager for approval Shift times: 0700-1900; 1900-0700 Schedule cycle: 4 weeks at a time; will receive 2 weeks in advance Other notes: Scrub Color: Any color, must be professional No crocs No artificial nails Parking: Free
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FAQs About Registered Nurse Jobs in Bangor, Maine

On average, how much does an RN travel nurse make in Bangor?

A Registered Nurse in Bangor can make an average of $2,112 per week.

What hospitals and healthcare facilities have Registered Nurse staff in or around Bangor?

  • Maine General Medical Center- Thayer Center for Health in Waterville (45.9 miles from Bangor)
  • Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor (0.6 miles from Bangor)
  • Bangor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Bangor (1.5 miles from Bangor)
  • Maine General Medical Center in Augusta (58 miles from Bangor)
  • Eastern Maine Healthcare in Bangor (1.2 miles from Bangor)

How many travel Registered Nurse jobs are available in Bangor currently?

There are currently 9 Registered Nurse travel jobs available in Bangor. We also get new jobs daily, so be sure to apply now and a recruiter will help you find the perfect fit as jobs become available.

How much does a night shift Registered Nurse make on average in Bangor and nearby cities?

A: 12 Hour Night shift Registered Nurse in Bangor can make an average of $2,125 per week based on recent job availability and travel nurse salary data.

What shifts are most common for RN travel jobs near Bangor?

Based on the last 6 months of data, 12 Hour Night shifts were the most common in Bangor and surrounding areas.

How much does a day shift Registered Nurse make on average in Bangor and nearby cities?

A: 12 Hour Day shift Registered Nurse in Bangor can make an average of $2,090 per week based on recent job availability.

What are the top paying Registered Nurse jobs available in or near Bangor currently?

Locating RN Travel Nursing Jobs in Bangor

Facilities like Maine General Medical Center- Thayer Center for Health, Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center and Bangor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Bangor all offer RN departments. It’s an amazing city to work in and is close to neighborhoods like .

Other popular cities near Bangor for RN job opportunities are Ellsworth (24.8 miles), Blue Hill (28.1 miles), and Belfast (28.2 miles). These nearby zip codes often have opportunities: 4401 (0.6 miles), 4605 (24.7 miles), and 4901 (45.9 miles).

Bangor Hospitals

In Bangor there are 5 hospitals & healthcare facilities with RN staff. See what types of shifts, contract durations, job specialties, and nearby neighborhoods each facility might offer to help you find your next RN travel nursing position in or nearby Bangor.

Acadia Hospital
Shifts
12 D, 12 E, and 12 N
Job Durations
12 and 13
Address
268 STILLWATER AVENUE, NULL
Bangor, ME 4402
Bangor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Shifts
8 D, 8 E, 12 D, and 12 N
Address
103 Texas Ave
Bangor, ME 4401
Eastern Maine Healthcare
Shifts
10 D, 12 D, and 12 N
Job Durations
12, 27, 13, 25, 29, 26, and 23
Address
489 State Street, NULL
Bangor, ME 4401
Inland Hospital
Shifts
12 N
Job Durations
12 and 13
Address
200 Kennedy Memorial Drive, NULL
Waterville, ME 4901
Maine Coast Memorial Hospital
Shifts
8 D, 10 D, 12 D, 12 E, and 12 N
Job Durations
12, 1, 13, and 25
Address
50 Union Street, NULL
Ellsworth, ME 4605
Pen Bay Medical Center
Shifts
8 D, 10 D, 12 D, and 12 N
Job Durations
13, 25, and 26
Departments
Emergency Room Home Health Intensive Care Unit Labor & Delivery Long Term Acute Care Medical Surgical Oncology Operating Room Operating Room Psychiatric Telemetry
Address
6 GLEN COVE DR.
Rockport, ME 4856

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