Our recruiters worked as managed care nurses prior to becoming PSN recruiters. That means they understand both your needs and those of our clients.
If you have experience in utilization review, quality, case management or other area of managed healthcare specialty, PSN is the job source for you.
PSN offers both temporary assignments and direct-hire "permanent" placements for nurses with at least two years of experience in an insurance setting, hospital, managed care organization or quality improvement organization.
If you have reviewed and abstracted medical records, have experience with utilization review, quality improvement, quality assurance or case management, we have jobs for you, throughout the United States.
Positions are available on a full- or part-time basis. Check out our Job Bulletin for a listing of our current positions and then submit your resume.
The Benefits of Working with PSN
· RN Nurse Recruiters
- we provide a Nurse to Nurse connection!
· 27 years of experience in this field!
· Direct relationship with hiring managers!
· Online timesheet entry
· Direct Deposit
· Weekly paycheck
· Health, Vision & Dental insurance*
· Life/AD&D, Basic & Supplemental*
· Short-term disability insurance*
· Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
*Upon meeting Company & plan eligibility requirements
Your company and (client company) have been the best companies, with the kindest people, I have ever worked for.
You guys are great to work with, and you get back to me so quickly! You are always willing to go the extra step, and I appreciate that.
I would like to thank all of you for all you have done for me. Your kindness and support to help me secure my job while I had surgery and also for all you have done since I began working for PSN is appreciated more than I can begin to say.
Everyone on this assignment, client and nurses, all say that PSN is one of the best companies to work with.
Thank you for showing the contracted nurse team how much we are appreciated. You remember us at holidays, support us during the work week and show that you appreciate the work we do as nurses for “Nurses Week"