Per Diem RN/Home Care job in Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Arizona with Everest Solutions
Everest HealthCare Solutions seeking Registered Nurses to perform skilled nursing visits for patients in the comfort of their home. Take thi... View job
Per Diem RN/L&D job in Murrieta, California with TLC Staffing
ASSESSMENT: Perform patient assessment according to hospital/unit policy. Performs initial assessment appropriate to the patient’s cli... View job
Per Diem RN/SNF job in Staten Island , New York with Atlantic Group
Looking for a motivated, energetic Registered Nurse's with Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation experience on Staten Island. Sigma Care experi... View job
Per Diem RN/ICU job in Houston, Texas with Ascend National Healthcare Solutions
Ascend National Healthcare Staffing is hiring RN – Registered Nurses with ICU and ER experience for Per Diem and Local contracts Houston, TX... View job
Per Diem RN/Home Care job in Los Angeles, California with HiRe Solutions
We are the fastest growing top health care company in LA and to continue to grow we are seeking a Registered Nurse that will provide a full... View job
Per Diem RN/MS job in Brick Township, New Jersey with Caring With Compassion
Field Nurse Supervisor responsibilities: - To maintain regulatory compliance with assessments, care plans and supervision of caregivers.... View job
Per Diem RN/Home Care job in Creve Coeur, MO, Missouri with BrightStar Care of West St. Louis County
Come work for BrightStar Care, a company that believes in serving with passion and doing the right thing. The Registered Nurse is responsibl... View job
Per Diem CNA/Home Care job in San Diego, California with FIRSTAT NURSING SERVICES INC
We have IMMEDIATE work available, and pay time and a half after 8 hours per shift! Are you as passionate about the important role that st... View job
Per Diem RN/Cath Lab job in Houston, Texas with Ascendo Healthcare Holdings
Cardiac Cath Lab RN Per Diem, perm available as well Shifts are immediately available February 12, 13, 19, 20, 21, 23, 26, 27,28... View job
Per Diem RN/Home Care job in West Boylston, Massachusetts with New England Home Health Services, Inc.
JOIN OUR TEAM OF NURSES! Currently looking for RN’s & LPN’s to join our team of nurses. If you prefer one to one direct patient care the... View job
Per Diem RN/Home Care job in Monterey County, California with Central Coast Visiting Nurses Association
We have this position available to all our locations in Salinas, Monterey, King City and Hollister. You choose!! Job Summary Responsib... View job
Nurses seeking schedule flexibility and premium hourly wages should consider per diem nursing. Although the majority utilize per diem shifts to supplement their existing incomes, there are some who work per diem as their full time job. In order to work per diem, a nurse becomes the employee of a per diem staffing agency or "registry", which is usually contracted with multiple healthcare facilities in a given marketplace. When a facility lacks the staff to provide sufficient coverage, they call upon the agencies to provide supplemental staff. As needs come in from facilities, agency staffing coordinators find available nurses qualified to meet the facilities' needs. This system of giving availability each week and accepting or rejecting shifts gives the per diem nurse a high degree of flexibility in creating their own work schedule.
Another benefit to the per diem nurse comes with payroll. First, per diem nurses can expect to earn a premium as compared to the staff nurses they work beside. In fact, some per diem nurses earn more than $500 per shift. Of course, there is a trade-off here as staff nurses enjoy consistent full time scheduling and benefits not available to most per diem workers. Be that as it may, another nice perk of per diem payroll is pay frequency. Most per diem agencies offer weekly pay and some now even offer daily pay on a pay card which can be used as a debit card.
Finally, many nurses are attracted to working on a per diem basis because, to at least to some extent, they can choose where they want to work. Nurses who work per diem can choose not to return to facilities or units which are not a good match. Alternatively, per diem nurses can make themselves more available to facilities where they enjoy working and can sometimes "block schedule" when the facility has sufficient need.