When you join the CareerStaff network, we’re here to support you every step of the way so that you succeed in your role. We’ve outlined the answers to our clinician and nursing faq below. From payroll, scheduling, travel nurse faq, and more, we’ve got you covered.
Didn’t find the answer to your question? Contact your recruiter or fill out our contact us form.
General Clinician and Nursing FAQ
We staff clinicians of most certifications spanning nursing, allied health, pharmacy, therapy, and interim leadership including: Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, School Psychologists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Therapy Assistants, Registered Pharmacists, Certified Pharmacy Technicians.
Our 30+ years of experience in the industry has taught us the best place to focus is on you. The best opportunities available in your specialty, to gain experience in the workplace environment you enjoy, in the city where you can thrive.
Competitive Pay Rates and Bonuses
Weekly Direct Deposit
Flexible Spending Accounts/Health Savings Accounts
Pre-Tax Spending Accounts
We provide staffing for a variety of settings including hospitals, outpatient clinics, correctional facilities, schools, skilled nursing and long-term care facilities, surgery, and more.
Getting started is simple! We have recruiters ready to help you locate your next opportunity and that starts by completing our apply form or searching for clinician jobs. No matter if you’re interested in travel, per diem, local, or perm, we have nurse, allied health, and interim leadership jobs nationwide.
Payroll & Scheduling FAQ
We offer competitive pay rates and bonuses. Our clinicians are paid weekly through direct deposits or via a payment card.
We offer per diem, local, travel, and perm placement contract opportunities.
No, there are no fees for our service. Our healthcare clients pay for our services.
Travel Nurse FAQ
Travel nursing allows nurses to work temporary assignments (approximately 12 weeks) at hospitals and healthcare facilities to fulfill staffing needs. It provides nurses the flexibility to travel to different destinations across the country while providing the opportunity to work in various facilities and settings to expand their skill set.
The Nursing Licensure Compact (NLC) allows nurses to have one license to practice in multiple states. There are currently over three dozen jurisdictions that have enacted NLC legislation, meaning they recognize the multi-state license or have such legislation pending.