Job Seeker FAQ
How soon can I start working?
Job availability changes on a daily basis. Once our application process is complete, you will be considered based on your preferences and your skills and will be offered appropriate positions.
What is involved in the application process?
You will be asked to provide your complete work history, a skills checklist and references, as well as work preferences (ex: shift, setting, location etc.)
After the application is complete, you will interview with an account manager. In the interview, you will have the opportunity to discuss what vocational skills you have and what you are looking for in your next position. The account manager will discuss not only what specific skills you have, but also find out more about your experiences in job-related settings.
Trusted Nurse Staffing does reference checks with previous employers and other references provided by applicants. Once reference information is complete, you will be presented with opportunities to choose from based on all the factors discussed in your interview process.
How often should I contact your office after an applying?
Feel free to email or call your account manager anytime. We realize that it is not always convenient for you to check in on a daily basis, but it’s a good idea to keep in touch periodically so that we’re aware of your availability and can notify you of any new opportunities.
What if I am not interested in a certain position when it is offered? Is it all right to turn it down?
Not every job is going to meet the expectations you have. If you are not interested in a position, you are free to decline. We will continue to offer positions to you based on your skills and preferences.
What if I am on an assignment and decide it is not for me?
We realize that not every job is a good fit for you, sometimes you do not know that until you have tried the position. If you are on an assignment and find it is not going to work for you, we will ask that you contact us immediately. You may be asked to stay at an assignment long enough for us to find a replacement, but we will attempt to remedy the situation as quickly as possible. As with any interaction, communication is the key. We expect open communication from our field employees and they can expect the same from the Trusted Nurse Staffing office.
What do I pay for your services?
As an applicant, you will not pay for any of the services Trusted Nurse Staffing provides.
How can I stay informed about open positions?
Some of our positions will be posted on our website, but new opportunities become available daily, so our account managers will contact you should a position in your specialty become available. It’s also a good idea to check in with us from time to time to get an accurate, up-to-date list of positions that match your skillset.