Hospital Contract Specialist

Travel Nurse Across America – TNAA


The Hospital Contract Specialist reviews and maintains contract components in applicable systems in a timely and accurate manner. The incumbent ensures all departments and personnel are notified of hospital contract requirements impacting workflow and reaches out to clients to confirm billing information. The incumbent must be able to work in a fast-paced environment where few standard operating procedures exist.


TNAA was founded in 1999 by people who believed they could change the travel nursing industry for the better. This vision, along with a culture of honesty, transparency, and unmatched customer service, continues to guide our growth. We are now one of the fastest-growing healthcare staffing firms in the country!

Our employees enjoy a fun, casual atmosphere where hard work is rewarded, and taking time to celebrate our success is a high priority. Our employees are also committed to our Core Values.

  • Own Your Relationships: Engage others with clarity, transparency, and care.
  • Obsess Over the Experience: Distinguish yourself by providing the best possible experience every time.
  • Simplify the Process: Use your unique skills to make the complex easy.
  • Defend Our Culture: Embrace and encourage the principles that define our company.

Here’s what you’ll be doing:

  1. Review contracts to extract and accurately record contract terms into the hospital database to ensure all assignments are set up with correct pay, assignment specifics, payroll budget, expense calculation, and invoicing details
  2. Confirm all contract terms are current with clients that have not had a TNAA traveler at their location for 6 months or more
  3. Monitor client portals, in accordance with departmental timelines, for updated contract-related documents
  4. Communicate appropriate contract-related information to impacted departments
  5. Conduct audits when assigned by Hospital Contract Manager
  6. Contact clients to obtain and/or verify contract billing information
  7. Other duties as assigned.

Here’s what we’re looking for:

  • High school diploma or equivalent, required; Associate’s degree in related field, preferred
  • Minimum 1 year experience in contract administration or related field, required
  • Minimum 1 year high volume data entry experience, required
  • Ability to work on highly confidential matters with discretion, required
  • Proficient in MS Word, Excel, and Outlook, required
  • Strong organizational and time management skills, required
  • Excellent attention to detail, required
  • Excellent customer service skills, required
  • Ability to effectively work in fast-paced and complex environment, maintaining a sense of urgency, required


The base salary range for this role is $23.32-$25.17/hour. Final offer amounts are determined by multiple factors, including prior experience, expertise & many vary from the amount above.


TNAA offers a competitive compensation and benefits package that offers Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, and Long-Term Disability insurance plans that start the first day of employment. TNAA also offers short-term disability, accident insurance, critical illness, legal assistance, identity protection, pet coverage, a retirement plan with employer match, and a generous vacation plan that includes 8.5 paid holidays. Here is a link to our benefits package.

All remote positions (working full-time from home) must meet the internet connection requirements established by the TNAA IT Department to sufficiently perform the position responsibilities and use TNAA specific software and equipment. Your internet service cannot be provided by satellite and must meet one of the following:

1. Direct wired connection to your modem

2. A dedicated line

3. Modem in the same room as equipment

4. At least 20 Mbps Download Speed


1. Direct wired connection to your modem

2. A shared line

3. Modem in the same room as equipment

4. At least 50 Mbps Download Speed