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As a temporary employee, you have many employment advantages, like being in control of your own schedule and gaining clinical experience in a variety of settings.
No, you can work as much or as little as you want. However, once you commit to an assignment, you are required to fulfill the terms of that assignment.
Careerstaff Rx is your employer. You are not considered an employee of any company to which you are assigned.
To succeed as a temporary employee, you must have the experience, maturity and discipline to step into an unfamiliar job and setting, immediately assume a workload, and develop relationships with the other healthcare professionals in your assigned facility. In addition, Careerstaff Rx may require that you have a specified number of years of experience in your chosen field since the company you’re assigned to is already short-staffed and supervision may be minimal depending on the facility.
If you are willing to work at least 30 hours per week, you are eligible for a wide selection of benefits. We offer major medical and dental insurance to employees who accept local/travel assignments, as well as free life insurance and a 401(k) program. You may be eligible for other benefits, such as travel reimbursement and assignment completion bonuses. Our compensation packages are customized for each individual’s needs. If you’re interested, let your staffing manager know during your interview.
Travel jobs put you in different locales across the country, and you generally will work for a longer period of time than a strictly temporary employee. Your only limitation is that you must be licensed in the state in which you want to work. CareerStaff Rx provides travel accommodations so you can focus on work and enjoying your destination.
A temporary assignment is within your local area and may consist of assignments at one or more companies. A travel assignment is a commitment to work in another city or state for an agreed period of time (usually 13 weeks). Each contracted assignment includes the facility, shift and work environment that matches your specialty and skill level.