How it works
For Healthcare Professionals
We’ve revolutionized the application process for healthcare strikes
Create an account
Provide your basic information to create an account and access information in the portal.
Complete your profile and submit
Enter employment information, as well as licenses that you hold.
Find a job that’s a good fit and hit the ‘Apply Now’ button
Your recruiter will follow up to talk about the position and gather additional information.
Go a step further – bypass your recruiter and apply directly to strike jobs
Through these additional steps, you can be approved and matched to jobs immediately, and get on the road faster.
Perks of nursing strike jobs
With the mass consolidation of the healthcare industry and nurse shortages increasing, strikes will inevitably continue to happen across the United States. During these disputes, hospitals still need experienced and qualified nurses to care for the patients inside.
- Increased pay – It is well known the nursing strike jobs are some of the highest pay in the industry, due to the urgency and demand to fill positions quickly.
- Experience – Learn new skills and increase your experience in different hospitals across the country.
- Leave in a moment’s notice – If you like to live spontaneously, strike nursing is for you. You may be needed urgently on a short notice.
Why Choose U.S. Nursing
For nearly three decades, U.S. Nursing has partnered with healthcare organizations and nursing professionals nationwide to provide comprehensive solution management during collective bargaining in which the potential for a job action is present. Higher pay rates and licensing incentives are just a few benefits U.S. Nursing offers in order to secure premier nurses for every job action. Rapid and accurate compensation, unique experiences, and working for the market leader keep our premier nurses coming back. U.S. Nursing also provides nurse managers and tenured leadership on-site during a job action to advocate for our nurses, because the nurse experience matters to us. We couldn’t do what we do without our nurses.