Available PRN Jobs in Your Area
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- Feature priority positions – Registered Nurses (RN), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), and Certified Nursing Assistants
PRN Nursing Job FAQs
What’s the difference between PRN nursing and per diem nursing?
Both PRN (which stands for “pro re nata” or “as the situation demands”) and per diem nurses work on an as-needed basis. PRN nursing jobs and per diem nursing are similar in job type as nurses can pick up desirable shifts in the local area. Our dedicated recruiters will help you search featured jobs and connect you to relevant PRN RN positions at renowned healthcare facilities so you can achieve work-life balance.
When will I know when I’m scheduled to work a shift?
After applying for a position on our job portal, a recruiter will be in touch to gather needed materials to guide you through the hiring and employment process. Once you’re hired through MAS, you gain total access to our Maestra app and dedicated scheduler to find you the hours that meet your needs. Our tech grants complete visibility into available local shifts, digital timecards, same day pay, and so much more. Your dedicated recruiter will also actively share PRN jobs that align with your experience and career goals as you await your next shift.
How many hours per week can I work?
The number of hours you can work in PRN nursing jobs varies by facility/medical center, but is ultimately up to you. Open shifts are available at your fingertips through the Maestra app, which is updated daily with available PRN jobs. MAS also works exclusively with healthcare facilities to secure block booking or a local contract if you’re happy with the current assignment and professional development – it’s ultimately up to you. MAS can connect you to the facility of your choice, and are actively working to add more patient care facilities with professional jobs in your local area.
How much experience do I need to become a PRN nurse?
PRN nurse jobs call upon CNAs, LPNs, and RNs with at least one year of working experience in health care. Our PRN nurses must also show proof of graduation from an accredited nursing program, an active state license, and relevant certifications. To secure your shifts as swiftly as possible, different facilities and state requirements may also require: references, certain medical information, proof of full COVID vaccination and a valid CPR card. Continue your career journey with us today and give patients the quality care they deserve!