TAP/MAP

The Temporary Assignment Program (TAP) recruits and hires temporary employees for all County departments.

The Medical Assignment Program (MAP) is a program within TAP that specializes in recruiting and hiring for our many Per Diem job classifications and medical-related temporary assignments for the Riverside County Regional Medical Center, Department of Public Health, and the Department of Mental Health.

Find Jobs

During their assignment, many TAP employees find the County is a great place to work and seek permanent, full-time employment through our regular competitive selection process.


Temporary Employees

The Temporary Assignment Program (TAP) recruits and hires temporary employees for all County departments.

Learn About the County

TAP assignments are a great way to learn about working for the County while working on a temporary, at-will basis.

Explore Health Care Opportunities

Per Diem job classifications and medical-related temporary assignments for the Riverside County Regional Medical Center, Department of Public Health, and the Department of Mental Health.

Flexibility

Our in-house nurse registry and medical on-call pool allows employees to work in a variety of healthcare settings, with schedule flexibility for medical personnel.


 

What to expect after applying?

Applications are reviewed in the order in which they are received. The most qualified applicants will be contacted and scheduled for an interview, and if necessary, for testing. Employee reference checks are done upon an offer of temporary employment.

New Employee Orientation is conducted regularly. The employee orientation is specially designed for temporary workers, and employees are provided with a handbook outlining County of Riverside TAP/MAP rules and regulations.


About TAP

Most TAP employees are hired as "Temporary Assistants" and fill assignments for many of the job classifications listed in our  Job Descriptions.

Applicants for TAP assignments must meet the same requirements as applicants for regular positions, which means they must meet all minimum job qualifications, pass any required exams, and undergo a background check and physical examination/drug screen.

Depending on the needs of the particular department and assignment, the length of the assignment can vary but typically lasts for six months.  Employment is "at-will," which means the employee can be released at any time for any reason or no reason.

TAP employees do not receive the benefits that regular employees receive.  The TAP Pay Rate is set at 5.5% less than the pay established for the regular job classification.

About MAP

The Medical Assignment Program (MAP) is a program within TAP that specializes in recruiting and hiring for our many Per Diem job classifications and medical-related temporary assignments for the Riverside County Regional Medical Center, Department of Public Health, and the Department of Mental Health.

Our in-house nurse registry and medical on-call pool allows employees to work in a variety of healthcare settings, with schedule flexibility for medical personnel.

The pay rate for Per Diem positions is set in the specific Per Diem job classifications in our Job Descriptions.

 

Important Forms

Get access to important forms and documents during your assignment. If you have any questions, please feel free contact us.



Contact TAP/MAP

Phone

Phone - (951) 955-9178
Fax - (951) 955-0044 TAP@rc-hr.com
MAP@rc-hr.com

Location

Interoffice Mail Stop #2161
3450 14th Street Second Floor, Riverside, CA 92501

Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.