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Travel Endoscopy Nurse Jobs

Discover an extraordinary career path with travel endoscopy RN jobs. Are you eager to make a difference in healthcare across the country? Becoming a travel endoscopy RN is your chance to blend professional growth with changing healthcare settings — you'll expand your skills and connections while using your professional skills to help patients in new communities. 

What Is a Travel Endoscopy Nurse?

A traveling endoscopy RN is a registered nurse specializing in endoscopy procedures. Endoscopy involves using advanced equipment to examine and treat internal organs, contributing to the diagnosis and management of various medical conditions. Working in a travel position means you agree to travel to the facility for a set amount of time, usually 13 weeks, and then decide whether you'd like to work somewhere new or extend at that location.

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Endoscopy Nurse Qualifications

To become a travel endoscopy nurse, you'll need a valid RN license and one to two years of recent relevant experience. The specific facility or unit may request additional certifications and requirements. Travel endoscopy RNs should have a passion for patient care and a solid dedication to learning.

Endoscopy RN Job Description

Endo nurses work in the gastroenterology or endoscopy units. You'll assist in any procedures that require an endoscope, using miniature cameras to help identify problems within the body. Endo RNs may need to provide sedation, sterilization or other pre- and post-procedure patient care duties.

Endoscopy RN Duties & Responsibilities

As a travel endo nurse, you'll perform a range of tasks. Your duties will include:

  • Patient care: 

    Provide compassionate care to patients undergoing endoscopy procedures, ensuring their comfort and safety 

  • Procedure assistance: 

    Assist medical teams during endoscopy procedures and facilitate smooth execution and patient well-being

  • Equipment management: 

    Handle and maintain endoscopy equipment, ensuring its functionality and cleanliness

  • Patient education: 

    Offer patients clear explanations about the procedure, its benefits and what to expect post-procedure

  • Documentation: 

    Accurately read patient information and procedure details to maintain comprehensive medical records 

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Traveling Endoscopy Nurse Benefits

Become a Trustaff traveler and get the most out of your career. We offer travel endo nurses lots of benefits, including:

  • Great selection of high-paying jobs in all 50 states

  • Priority access to Trustaff-exclusive jobs

  • Guaranteed weekly hours based on your facility of choice

  • Direct deposit payment weekly

  • Dental/medical/vision insurance options starting at $23/per week

  • 401k with employer match

  • Travel assistance

  • CEU assistance and licensure reimbursement

  • Joint commission-certified

  • Excellent bonus opportunities

  • Career and wellness tools through the Ingenovis Health ACT program

  • Employee discounts, rewards programs, birthday contests and more

Why Become a Trustaff Traveler?

We want our employees to feel encouraged and connected, which is why we foster community among our team members, no matter where you are. Join our conversations on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok or X, formerly known as Twitter, to get to know travel nurses just like you. We also provide education opportunities to further your career knowledge, professional skillset and personal wellness. Check out our Ingenovis Health ACT program for additional resources.

Find the perfect travel job

Trustaff has thousands of healthcare jobs. Apply online today or contact us for more information.