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Remote Nursing Roles to Apply to Before 2024

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Nursing demands a lot of time, patience, and energy. Often, it asks too much, as seen from the current nursing shortage and high rates of burnout in the field. For better work/life balance, more employers are offering flexible work arrangements, including remote and hybrid nursing jobs. Remote nursing roles provide the comfort of working from home while allowing nurses to continue their work as healthcare heroes.

If you’re considering applying for remote roles, there’s never been a better time. To help, we’ve rounded up some of the best remote nursing roles hiring before 2024. We’ll also reveal the requirements to work remotely and ways to make your nursing job search easier.

Signs it’s time to go remote

Before we get into the roles hiring right now, let’s discuss some of the signs it’s time to go remote. Nurses pursue remote work for a variety of different reasons. Some of the most common include:

  • Their family requires extra flexibility

  • A chronic illness makes it difficult to work demanding in-person shifts

  • They are curious about working in an administrative branch of nursing or in telehealth

  • Their current job burns them out and they are seeking better work/life balance

  • They prefer more flexibility and independence than some in-person roles provide

  • They want to widen the opportunities available beyond their geographical area

Requirements for Remote Nursing Roles

When you apply for any nursing role (remote or otherwise), you want to make sure you have the right license and education level for the job. Most remote roles require an RN license, a BSN or ADN degree, and computer literacy. Some roles also require role-specific certifications, a master’s, or an NP license.

No matter what type of role you’re interested in, a compact license will make you a more attractive candidate. With a normal RN license, you can only work in your state. A compact license allows you to work in 41 states. Even if you only want to apply for remote jobs in your state, this license still may be required as a telehealth company based in Charlotte, for example, may also serve patients in South Carolina or Tennessee.

Remote nursing roles can be more specialized than in-person ones. Because of this, you also want to clarify what you want in your next role and the nursing subspecialties that interest you most. If unsure, check out these journal prompts for career clarity for nurses.

Remote Nursing Roles Hiring Before 2024

Now that you’re clear on your dream remote nursing role and have the requirements to apply, it’s time to start the job search. To make that easier, consider these jobs that employers are hoping to fill before 2024:

  • Triage Unit Manager: a Charlotte-based employer is looking to add a remote nursing leader to manage a team of remote triage nurses.

  • Geriatric CNA: a Charlotte-based employer is hiring a remote CNA who can provide geriatric care to nursing home residents.

  • Spanish Bilingual Triage Nurse: a New York-based employer wants to hire a remote nurse who is bilingual in Spanish and English.

  • Remote RN: a Charlotte-based telehealth company is looking to grow its RN team. RNs provide telephonic patient assessments and support.

  • Remote Care Coordinator: a Charlotte-based company is hiring a remote care coordinator to work in a geriatric practice.

How to Make the Job Search Easier

Between customizing your resume for each employer, attending interviews, and searching for the right roles, the job search is a part-time job. As a nurse, you don’t have time for that.

That’s why our team has eliminated the resume and curated a list of quality positions for you. Through our free HireMe Healthcare app, you can apply to the jobs above and similar roles with a resume. Your dream remote nursing role is one app away. Download the app now.


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