I am pretty sure you need your Florida license to work here, BUT I am not 100% sure.
Our licensing goes through the Florida Department of Health. The website is.....Board Overview - Florida Board of Nursing - Board Overview
Check out the FAQ or the Statutes/Rules. And, you can always call them. Make sure you know the ins-and-outs of the requirements to transfer the license. See how long it will take or find out what hoops need to be jumped through. Try and get the transfer done asap so you have lisence ready when you get to Florida.
See if there are any continuing education hrs required. In florida, we need 3 hrs of domestic violence to hold a license (among other things). So, try and get those hrs done before you move. They can all be done online. CEU's can be found at Nurses.com under continuing education.
Check under Human Resources (HR) job openings online. They are usually very up-to-date. You can find out almost anything online concerning job description and/or requirements.
Before you move, check out the websites of local hospitals in the area so you can get an idea of job openings. Orlando has a lot of good hospitals.
See if you can set up an appointment with HR before you move. Get the resume and start filling it out. Filing it might take time....sometimes weeks.
If your options are limited, don't forget about working in other areas like dialysis, nursing homes, home health, mobile positions, etc.
Study or review the key points to giving a good interview so you can grab the job.
Make sure all your paperwork is in order. Find all your certificates, paperwork, graduation info, licensing, etc so it will be readily available to submit to HR.
Make sure to constantly check up with HR when you submit your resume. They go through hundreds of resumes and you can feel weeks go by without a call. Make yourself known.
Hope this helps