What a CNA Career Looks Like with MAS
We are Committed to Your Success
As certified nursing assistant jobs open up across the country, we’re providing opportunities for CNAs looking for flexibility, fresh experiences in health care, and a chance to expand their skills.
At MAS, we connect qualified candidates with local, per diem opportunities for nursing assistant jobs across the nation. We’re not here to simply staff health care facilities; rather, we practice a vigorous vetting process between clients and candidates to ensure a perfect fit. We’re committed to finding you the certified nurse assistant job you’ve been searching for, then helping you prepare for it through advanced onboarding and 24/7 support, so you can start your first shift feeling calm, comfortable, and confident.
- Start Your Search – Explore exciting CNA job opportunities, filtered based on specialty or job type, employment structure, and state.
- Apply Anytime – With our simple online application you can launch into your future as soon as you’re ready.
- Await Your Warm Welcome – A MAS Medical staffing team member will reach out to match you with the perfect position.
- Reap the Rewards – Earn loyalty points for every successful shift worked, then redeem them for gift cards, tech gadgets, airline tickets, and more.
Why Choose MAS?
At MAS, our mission is to bring quality CNA career path options to our candidates, and quality nursing candidates to medical facilities all over the country—without compromising on what matters most. Unlike other medical staffing agencies, we’re hyper-focused on work-life balance, industry-leading compensation, and meaningful opportunities for career and personal growth.
Competitive Benefits and Pay
Expect top-tier compensation for your time and expertise with generous salary offerings. MAS also offers weekly and instant pay options, as well as top-ranking healthcare, 401(k) match options, reward programs, and weekly stipends.
Even if you're looking for local opportunities, you may be interested in living in another city or state in the future. You have the option to choose where your assignments take you. With greater flexibility comes more opportunities for career development and personal achievement.
Assistance with Licensure
To practice in a new state, you may require additional certification or CNA training to practice. Fortunately, MAS helps you make a swift transition in your CNA career path with streamlined certification tools and assistance.
MAS Incentives and additional perks
As a way to say “thank you” and reward hard work, you can earn points for completed shifts in order to earn prizes.
Opportunities with MAS Medical
Hear What Our Health Professionals Have To Say
“You get to go to different facilities (ones you chose) and work the hours that work for your schedule. As a busy student with a family it’s a great way to earn extra money.”
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) - Bangor, ME Per Diem
“Competitive wages. Extreme flexibility. Multiple work locations. Incredible managers. Self scheduling. Freedom. Plenty of available hours. Overall, MAS allows one the opportunity to create their own schedules on an income that is suitable for them. They are cooperative, honest, and diligent in providing work when you need it.”
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant - Bangor, ME Per Diem
MAS is great! Friendly people to work with, good hourly pay rates, and close to home.
CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant - Providence, RI Per Diem
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RN Licensure Requirements By State
All states license registered nurses. It is not always necessary to get a new license to take a position in another state. Approximately half of the United States belong to the nurse licensure compact. This agreement makes it easier for registered nurses to practice in multiple states.
An RN holds a license in only one compact state at a time. The RN may work in other compact states based on a multi-state license issued in their own home state. If the RN changes their primary residence though, they’ll need to transfer their license quickly.
The specifics of the RN licensing process vary from state to state, but there are many commonalities. It’s imperative that a candidate become familiar with their own state licensing agency, and with the licensing agency of any state where they plan to work.
Search for a state below for current registered nurse licensing requirements.