Travel Nurse

Writing a great travel nurse resume is important because it is one of the first things a potential employer will see when they are considering you for a position. It is your opportunity to make a good first impression and sell yourself as the best candidate for the job.

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Jerni Masferrer | (794) 745-4773 | Lansing, MI


I have over 3 years of experience as a travel nurse. I have worked in various settings, including hospitals, clinics, and home health care organizations. I am highly skilled in providing patient care and managing medical emergencies. I am also proficient in administering medications and performing diagnostic tests. In addition, I possess excellent communication skills which allow me to effectively interact with patients and their families.


Travel Nurse at American Traveler, MIMar 2022 - Present

  • Trained new staff in proper patient care techniques.
  • Led team of nurses in providing quality patient care.
  • Ensured that all patients received the best possible care while under my supervision.
  • Made sure that each shift ran smoothly and efficiently.
  • Acted as a resource for other nurses when questions or concerns arose.

Travel Nurse II at Nurses PRN, MISep 2019 - Jan 2022

  • Successfully completed 13 travel nursing assignments in various locations across the United States.
  • Became a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) while working as a travel nurse.
  • Assisted with the implementation of an electronic medical records system at a previous facility.
  • Successfully precepted 3 new graduate nurses during their first year of practice.
  • Served on multiple committees, including the Infection Control Committee and Medication Administration Review Board, at previous facilities.


Associate Degree in Nursing at Grand Rapids Community CollegeAug 2015 - May 2019

Patient care, critical thinking, time management, teamwork, empathy.


  • Nursing
  • Travel Nursing
  • Healthcare
  • Patient Care
  • Medical Terminology
  • Critical Thinking

Shannen Weisbart | (113) 202-8139 | Columbia, SC


I have over three years of experience as a travel nurse and I have worked in various settings. I have an extensive background in patient care and am able to work independently with little supervision. I am a motivated individual who is always looking for new challenges.


Travel Nurse at BluePipes, SCMar 2022 - Present

  • Negotiated contracts with 13 hospitals in the Bay Area.
  • Secured housing for 52 travel nurses.
  • Arranged transportation for 100+ patients to and from appointments.
  • Coordinated schedules for 24-hour shifts.
  • Created a database of available resources for Travel Nurses in the Bay Area.

Travel Nurse II at Fastaff, SCJul 2019 - Jan 2022

  • Led a team of 5 nurses in providing care to 40 patients on an acute medical-surgical unit.
  • Successfully implemented new evidence-based protocols that resulted in a decrease in length of stay by 2 days.
  • Decreased hospital acquired infections by 75% through the implementation of new infection control measures.
  • Trained 4 new staff members on policies and procedures.
  • Acted as charge nurse on 3 occasions, ensuring optimal patient care and staffing levels were maintained.


Associate Degree in Nursing at Trident Technical College, SCAug 2015 - May 2019

Some skills I've learned are: critical thinking, time management, teamwork, and effective communication.


  • Nursing
  • Travel
  • Healthcare
  • Communication
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Time management