Travel Healthcare staffing give you the opportunity to go somewhere new and only be committed to the length of an assignment. RNI has available assignments for both the local traveler and those who are interested in traveling from out of state. If you are a Registered Nurse that is interested in your first travel assignment or a seasoned traveler, RNI is the company for you.
For more info call 800-400-1145 and ask for one of our friendly travel coordinators and they will walk you through the process of beginning your next travel assignment and answer any of the questions you may have.
We are not tax professionals and recommend that you seek a qualified tax advisor to be sure you are making the right choice, if you qualify for Tax Advantage.
There are three main tax rules that you must met as a traveler to participate in the Tax Advantage Program.
1. You must have a permanent tax home.
2. Your assignment must not be with in commuting distance of your permanent tax home.
3. The assignment including extensions may not extend beyond one year.
A. RNI is a Certified Healthcare Staffing Service agency that provides contracted nurses to hospitals, skilled care facilities, clinics, and medical offices from 4 to 26 week assignments.
A. To become a travel nurse for RNI, you must first complete an application and be approved for hire by our HR Department. You can complete the application online or by downloading the printable version and then faxing to 877-349-3129 or email to RNIHR@registrynetwork.net.
A. No. Your application is used to qualify you for hiring only. You can choose to work as a travel nurse now or in the future.
A. You must have at least 1 year of experience in your specialty in an acute care facility (some position and assignments may require more experience, please contact your local office for more info).
A. Travel assignments range from 4 to 26 weeks with the typical assignment being 13 weeks.
A. Travel assignments are full-time, 36 to 40 hours a week. You may also work registry at another facility if you’d like on your days off.
A. Pay rates vary depending on the facility as well as your specialty. We promise you that RNI is very competitive with our pay rates.
A. Payroll is completed on Tuesday afternoon and pay checks are issued on Friday for days worked the previous week. Our payroll week runs Sunday through Saturday. We provide direct deposit and Global Cash Card. Please contact your local office for more info.
A. Yes. We do offer private housing to those who qualify. Please contact your travel coordinator for more info.
A. RNI nurses are among the highest paid healthcare professionals in the industry. We also offer a variety of benefits that include: health insurance, direct deposit, daily pay, weekly pay, referral bonuses, holiday pay, friendly and experienced staffing coordinators, immediate attention to all payroll issues, 24 hour service, online testing, CEU’s, professional liability and workers compensation, 3 California locations, hundreds of local facilities, and over 31 years of staffing experience.
A. Yes. Please contact your local office for more information.
A. Yes. You will be able to reach one of our friendly and experience staffing coordinators 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
A. Yes. We offer the option for direct deposit. Please fill out the direct deposit authorization form and fax or email to your local office.
A. Yes. We offer referral bonuses for RN’s, LVN’s, LPT’s, RCP’s, X-ray and Ultrasound Tech’s. Please contact your local office for more information.
A. Yes. We offer completion bonuses on some assignments. Please contact your travel coordinator for more information.
A. Yes. Please contact us at 800-400-1145 and ask for one of our travel coordinators for information about open travel assignments.
A. Yes. You must have a current and valid Healthcare Provider license in California. Your travel coordinator can help you with contacting the CA state board.
A. Yes. All of our travel nurses must complete and pass the nursing exams that pertain to their specialty. These exams can only be taken online. For your convenience, each office has a designated nurse testing computer for those that don’t have access to a computer or the internet.
A. All travel nurses must have a current CPR card (American Heart Association for Healthcare Providers). You must also have any certifications that pertain to your specialty. These may include: ACLS, PALS, NRP, FHM, MAB/CPI/DAB, and TNCC
A. All clinical staff must have a current Physical Exam, TB clearance, respiratory fit test, proof of 2 immunization or titers showing immunity levels for the following: Hepatitis-B, MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella), and Varicella.
A. Please give us a call at 800-400-1145 for immediate assistance.