TherapyTravelers has several school nurse jobs in either local or traveling placements in schools around northern, central and southern Texas.
Our nurses and clinicians enjoy personalized support, top-of market compensation and benefits, and strong work/life balance.
TherapyTravelers contracts with school districts throughout the United States to place top speech language pathologists with the right opportunities.
Due to our strong relationships with schools, we’re able to provide our clinicians with information on open positions as soon as they become available.
Comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and vision insurance, 401K matching, paid holidays, PTO and sick days, and CEU membership and reimbursement.
TherapyTravelers provides a dedicated relationship manager to advocate on behalf of our clinicians, allowing you to focus on the kids who need you.
“The reason I continue to work with TherapyTravelers is the pay for one is great, the benefits, the 401K match is awesome. Another reason is my relationship manager. She genuinely cares about what I do on a day to day basis.”
– Riley, Speech Language Pathologist
At TherapyTravelers, we aim to care for those that care for others. We do our best to provide our nurses with all the help you may need, through great benefits and personal support.
We use our strong relationships with schools to find you the best school nurse jobs in Texas. Whether you want a short-term or full-time position, we’re here to support you in a health job that makes a difference.
As a school nurse, you provide a vital service; you are the bridge between education and medical care, allowing young people to flourish mentally, physically, and academically. If you’re passionate about the health and development of young people, this is the job for you.
In this position, you will be working full-time or part-time, with the student body and within the school community.
The job involves attentiveness to the health needs of the student population through the diagnosis of illness, administration of medicine, plans of care, and treatment coordination.
Applicants who want to become a registered nurse require graduation from a school of nursing with a relevant degree or diploma. This should prepare you for the completion of the NCLEX-RN exam.
To become a registered nurse in TX, you will then need to obtain the proper state licensure through The Texas Board of Nursing.
We have many nursing jobs listed, perfect if you’re either a licensed vocational nurse or a registered nurse.
When you think of Texas, you probably think of vast landscapes and cowboy boots. However, the state is one of the fastest-growing in the country, and its thriving cities are host to a cultural melting pot.
You could enjoy the peaceful cafe-lined river in San Antonio TX, or you might want to go to Houston TX, the state’s largest city, and enjoy the rich history of the museum district.
Lovers of the outdoors can benefit from the beautiful and varied landscape. From the Rio Grande to Houston, TX has enough variety for any aspiring nurse.
We know it can be difficult starting in nursing care. As such, all nurses are linked with a dedicated relationship manager who will support and advocate for them. We want to have your back while you care for your students’ health.
Our healthcare professionals enjoy a substantial benefits package including medical, vision, and dental insurance, CEU reimbursement, paid time off and paid holidays, and 4% 401k matching.
Our strong links can get you the registered nurse position you want; be it in a public school, free school, or independent school.
You can use our system to find the perfect nurse job in Texas today!
Our listings give you comprehensive information about positions, including the job type, location in TX, salary information, job title, school district, and responsibilities.
When you find a job you like, send your resume to the school, and if you have a query, contact us!
Questions? Call us. 1-888-223-8002
Hours: 8AM – 6PM PT