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Start your next adventure as a travel nurse

Travel nursing is a great opportunity to leverage your skills where they’re most needed while giving you the freedom and flexibility to enjoy longer periods of time off between placements to travel, pursue a hobby, or simply work your way through your to-do list. Help fill staffing shortages in various medical institutions in Alberta, and experience our competitive pay and perks of working with CNS Medical.

We have a straightforward vetting process so that we can quickly onboard you and place you in the role that best suits your experience and career goals.

  1. Submit your resume through the apply now submission form

  2. We'll review your application and let you know if you have made it to the next stage of vetting

  3. Remote interview with an RN or LPN from our recruitment team to discuss your experience, certifications, and placement criteria.

  4. If it’s the right fit, we’ll send you a welcome package

  5. You will receive a contract and request professional references

  6. Once we understand your placement criteria you'll go into our medical staff database and we'll match you with the first available role you are qualified for. It's important to note that the more criteria you have the longer it can take to place you.


Travel medical positions we hire for.

Nurse Manager

Registered Nurse

Licensed Practical Nurse

Certified Health Care Aides

Mental Health Therapists

Respiratory Therapist

Travel nurse perks

Competitive wage

Travel nurses get paid anywhere between $80 - $120 per hour depending on the role, your experience, and the location.

Per diem allowance

You will be provided with a per diem allowance. The amount varies by location.

Transportation covered

Once you accept a placement, your flight will be booked for you. If you choose to drive, we can discuss a travel rate before your start date.

Accommodations provided

We arrange your accommodations for you and will share that information with you before you start

Take time off between placements

After your first placement is over you can take some time to yourself before starting your next placement (pending availability).

Work in communities that need you most

Help health care facilities across Canada provide quality health care to their patients.

Travel Nurse FAQ

Discover the most common questions about becoming a Travel Nurse. Check out our Travel Nurse FAQ.

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