Delivering the best talent where they are needed most.

Why
Continuum

Continuum understands the challenges of fast-paced assignments, and we support our talent at every step of the way. When you take an assignment with Continuum, you are rewarded for the hard work and sacrifices associated with these placements. Your work is important, and we are here to thank you for it.

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Benefits of Working
with Continuum

Excellent
Compensation

Our strike assignments come with excellent pay packages – up to four times the regular pay for a full-time position. Enjoy premium compensation while you provide invaluable continuity of care to the patients and communities you work with.

Dedicated
Recruitment Team

Our dedicated strike recruitment team is available 24/7 to ensure you have a knowledgeable point of contact before, during, and after your assignment. Our recruiters are your advocate, working tirelessly to ensure you receive the support you need. We also work with you to determine where you want to go after the assignment ends, so your next position can be ready for you, on your timeline.

Complete
Travel Support

From start to finish, Continuum arranges your travel with comfort and safety at the forefront. At no cost to you, our travel team will book your flights, lodging, and on-ground transportation. Security detail is provided along the way, where appropriate, to enhance safety. Your hotel will be selected to provide you with convenient access to top amenities at every location. Our team is committed to your well-being throughout and beyond your strike assignment.

Personalized
Service

We strive to match our talent with the ideal facilities, keeping your background and preferences in mind. While you are on assignment, we work closely with hospital administration to ensure you are being supported by their team and treated with the consideration and respect your profession deserves.

Continuum FAQ

How are nurses and allied health professionals chosen for a strike?

Hit the Quick Apply button to send us your contact information and resume, and a dedicated recruiter will contact you to get any additional information we need. Once we have you in our database, we will contact you for any strike assignments that match your skillset and location availability.

Are the working conditions safe?

Continuum provides security detail at the facility to ensure your safety. We are in constant communication with the administration and will have an on-site presence as well, so we will always be aware of any conditions that undermine safety. While we never intend to send our talent into unsafe conditions, we will respond to any that arise very swiftly.

Do I have to get a new license before the strike?

Whether or not you’ll need to get a new license for an assignment depends on where it occurs. We reimburse licensing expenses for candidates who have been selected for strike assignments. To reimburse for license-related fees, we will ask for a copy of the original receipt.

What kind of housing will I have?

We provide comfortable, safe housing at no cost to you.

What kind of transportation is provided to me?

We provide round–trip airfare and all ground transportation, at no cost to you.

How many hours will I have to work?

Strikes typically require 48-60 hours of labor and 12 hours of orientation.

What is the length of commitment for working a job action?

Unless the strike is scheduled for a specific timeframe, we request a two-week minimum commitment from you.

What is the pay rate for strikes? 

Strike rates are consistently higher than regular rates, sometimes up to four times the rate of a full-time position. Compensation packages will depend on the location of the assignment and other factors. Your dedicated recruiter will communicate all compensation information with full transparency.

How long will I have between accepting an assignment and arriving on-site?

Strike staffing requires a quick turnaround, and you will typically arrive to the hotel for orientation within 24-48 hours of accepting the assignment.