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  • $60/hour, $90/hour for overtime
  • Daily Pay
  • Up to 10 days away from home
  • Shared Housing
  • Paid For Travel

 

MUST:

  • Have a CURRENT and ACTIVE CA License – NO EXCEPTIONS
  • HAVE A DRUGSCREEN WITHIN 1 YEAR
  • Commit to up to 10 days away from home
  • Be available to work ANY shift. Facility and shift placement is not guaranteed!!!
  • Hand-carry entire complete file
  • Not be in process for any FASTAFF assignment 

 

REFERRAL BONUS:

  • $500 Referral Bonus - Refer a licensed RN, not in our database (new applicant), and once that RN completes the strike, receive a $500 referral bonus. Referring nurse’s name must be on the new applicant’s application. New applicant MUST complete the assignment.
Call for more information.
  • $65/hour, $97.50/hour for overtime after 40 hours in a work week
  • Minimum 60 hour guarantee
  • Up to 10 days away from home
  • Shared Housing
  • Paid For Travel

 

MUST:

  • Have a CURRENT and ACTIVE WA License – NO EXCEPTIONS
  • HAVE A DRUGSCREEN WITHIN 1 YEAR (limited onsite testing available)
  • Commit to up to 10 days away from home
  • Be available to work ANY shift. Shift placement is not guaranteed!!!
  • Hand-carry entire complete file
  • Not be in process for any FASTAFF assignment 

 

REFERRAL BONUS:

  • $500 Referral Bonus - Refer a licensed RN, not in our database (new applicant), and once that RN completes the strike, receive a $500 referral bonus. Referring nurse’s name must be on the new applicant’s application. New applicant MUST complete the assignment. 
Call for more information.

Washington Licensing Program

About U.S. Nursing

Since 1989, U.S. Nursing has been working with healthcare facilities and nursing professionals to provide staffing solutions during labor disputes. U.S. Nursing has staffed or helped avert more than 95 percent of all healthcare labor disputes nationwide, and is the only resource for comprehensive services throughout strike preparation and implementation.

When facing an organized labor strike, U.S. Nursing helps facilities negotiate from a position of strength. In the event of a job action, U.S. Nursing will provide a core group of proven healthcare professionals -- ensuring continuous, quality patient care.