What a Nursing Career Looks Like with MAS
We are Committed to Your Success
Now, more than ever, Registered Nurses (RNs) are in high demand across the country. That means increased compensation, flexible scheduling, and nationwide assignments for RNs eager to jumpstart their career.
Discover the future of medical staffing at MAS with a variety of local, per diem nursing opportunities. We’re always on the hunt for qualified candidates looking to transition into registered nursing. But it’s about more than staffing—it’s about building rewarding, long-lasting relationships with our registered nurse candidates and providing support, resources, and further career development opportunities. We believe people come first. That’s why we’re committed to bringing the best candidates to our clients and preparing our team for continual success in patient care.
- Search Seamlessly – Using simple filters, search for open career opportunities in the specialty, state, and employment structure that best serves you and your professional development goals.
- Upload Your Application – Quickly and easily send in your resume, credentials, cover letter, and other basics.
- Wait for the MAS Welcome – We’ll reach out with exciting career options and support to help you land the best career opportunity.
- Enjoy the Outcome – Embark on your public health journey while accumulating MAS loyalty points, redeemable for prizes and gift cards.
Why Choose MAS?
Qualified RNs are in high demand, but that doesn’t mean every opening is a worthwhile career move. At MAS, we vet and analyze every nursing job to ensure maximum reward for our candidates. As innovators in the healthcare industry, we’re offering more than jobs for nurses—we’re creating a community of knowledgeable and compassionate experts and building a network to elevate your nursing career to new heights.
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
“MAS is a good agency to work for. I found the schedulers and the owner to be supportive, direct, and open. I would be provided with a list of available places and shifts to work from which I could choose. This made for a great life/work balance; especially since I was taking care of my own mother at home, and had two teenage children.”
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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.