Refer, Recruit & Earn: Making A CareerStaff Referral Is As Easy As 1, 2, 3.
We’re excited about our new CareerStaff Referral Program, and we want to share the news! To help get the word out, we’ve put together this quick, catchy video. Just 45 seconds long, it offers a fun, breezy rundown of the three simple steps it takes to refer a clinician to the CareerStaff nationwide network of healthcare professionals. Take a look and see for yourself:
Refer. Recruit. Earn.
So, how does it work? As our exclusive video shows, it’s pretty simple:
Step One: Refer. Fill out the online form with your referral’s information.
Step Two: Recruit. A member of our dedicated CareerStaff team will contact your referral to assess their skills and availability.
Step Three: Earn! If your referral is hired and qualified, you will be one step closer to earning your bonus!
Yes, it really is that easy to refer a nurse and/or clinician using the CareerStaff Referral Program — and in doing so, you could not only earn hundreds of dollars,* but even help save a life. We staff thousands of jobs for nurses and clinicians every day, including travel assignments, first-response Covid-19 jobs, education-setting careers and many others.
Why Refer a Clinician To CareerStaff?
CareerStaff is always seeking qualified nurses, allied health professionals, therapists, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals to join our nationwide careers network. If you know someone who’s looking to advance their healthcare career and who’s passionate about patient care, chances are good that we have jobs available for them. Get started by filling out our referral form now.
There’s no limit to how many clinicians you can refer or how much you can earn, so share our video and spread the word about the CareerStaff Referral Program today! Check out our exclusive video for a fun recap of these tips, or hit up our CareerStaff referral page to learn more or refer your nursing, allied and pharmacy peers today!
* Rules and restrictions apply. You can find full program details here.
Last Updated on November 29, 2021