Downtown Hantford, Connecticut skyline at dusk with a triangular bridge and buildings lit up.

Travel Nursing Jobs in Connecticut

Travel jobs in Connecticut let nurses spend part of a year soaking in New England's delights. We're hiring for all specialties now with a high demand for Oncology, OR, and Psych RNs. Set your assignment up for fun with a visit to the seaport town of Mystic. Plan an excursion here to roam through town and visit the shore, museum, and aquarium no matter where in the state you're working. The home of Yale University also embraces your inner child. Laugh and play your stress away at Lake Compounce, an operational 175-year-old amusement park in Bristol. Advance your travel nursing career in a beautiful setting in Connecticut. Grab a lobster roll and get started today!
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Popular Places to Visit in Connecticut

Looking south along the Connecticut river from East Haddan overlooking farms, greenery, mountains, and trees.
Overview of Waterbury in Connecticut with a large white church tower and red brick buildings between green forestry.
Triangular Hantford, Connecticut bridge illuminated at night in the city.
Connecticut State Capitol Building in Hartford with a golden done and historic adornments on a summer day with clear skies.
Travel nurses with jobs in Connecticut love the Constitution State's distinct blend of venerable history and driving innovation. Locals and visitors of all ages love the Stamford Museum & Nature Center. Hands-on exploration, meandering trails, and a hilltop garden populated with statues will delight everyone. Hartford is the birthplace of Samuel Clemens, aka Mark Twain. The Mark Twain House & Museum is a spectacular example of late Victorian architecture that highlights the author's personal history. Waterbury, CT is also known as Brass City. The Palace Theater is simply awesome looking - even if you're not going to see a musical, concert, or stand-up comedy performance. Thinking about a travel job in Norwalk? You can look forward to abundant New England charm, small business boutiques, and plentiful public open spaces.Maritime Aquarium is the second most visited attraction in the state and includes a full day of activities for travelers with family or friends.Danbury has more of a small town feel than other cities mentioned here.Often travel nurses enjoy working here and traveling the fifty miles southwest to explore New York City when they' re off.Sound good ? Explore Advantis Medical travel nursing jobs in Connecticut below.

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Travel Nursing in Connecticut:
Did you know?

  • Spend a day exploring the secret passages, mirrors meant for spying, and other mysteries built in Gillette Castle. Your perfect selfie is atop the Seven Sisters viewpoint.
  • Get your ticket in advance to see The Glass House in new Canaan. Plan to park in town and take a shuttle to this homesite with 360-degree views of the property.
  • According to Webster's New International Dictionary Connecticut state residents are identified as Connecticuters. Noah Webster was born in Hartford, CT in 1758.
  • Connecticut means "long river" in Algonquin Indigenous language. There are thirty-eight major rivers and 148 tributaries in the state.
  • The Scoville Memorial Library is the oldest public library in America. Participate in a free event or two and wander the halls of this beautiful building.

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Gillette Castle in Connecticut on a cloudy dark day with an indoor patio and green bushes. Meridon in New Haven County, Connecticut with a river flowing through a nature filled park and city buildings in the background. Milford, Connecticut city with red, white, and navy buildings along a river.

Connecticut Travel Nurse FAQs

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What license do you need to travel nurse in CT?

Connecticut Board of Nursing
Contact information
Phone: 860.509.7603


Processing Time: 3 - 4 weeks
Valid for: one year
Renewal Schedule: annually during the nurse's birth month

How much can a traveling nurse make in Connecticut? estimates the average travel nurse salary in 2022 at $92,950 but this can vary widely by location, specialty, and demand. This is significantly higher than $77,600, the average salary for a staff nurse in 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. 

What is the highest-paying travel nursing agency in Connecticut?

Advantis Medical negotiates for the highest-paying travel nursing jobs in Connecticut. All our travelers qualify for free concierge service. Chat with your recruiter to learn how we can help you land the job of your dreams quickly and hassle-free!

What are the benefits of working with Advantis Medical?

Advantis Medical offers comprehensive Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage, along with 401(k) plans that start on day one. Experience the Gold Standard in clinician care with the convenience of weekly direct deposit, housing & travel assistance, and a personal concierge for onboarding & credentialing. Interested in traveling with a friend? Advantis offers $500 per traveler that you refer so it’s never been easier to travel with friends or family.

How much does travel nurse housing cost in Connecticut?

Your Advantis Medical Support Team can help you find housing in Connecticut within your budget. Our Travel Coordinator will even book your living arrangements if you’d like! We do not provide agency housing. Instead, our travelers get a generous stipend and any help needed to get settled. This gives you the freedom to live where you want and lets you pocket any leftover money, too! Agency-provided housing, on the other hand, is deducted from your paycheck. Either way, you pay for your living arrangements.