Your next job starts here

We know that finding your next position takes more than just a keyword search or matching a job to a resume.

Chase Staffing wants to be a partner in your success, so we will get to know your skills, experience, background, work preferences, and ambitions. Then, dedicated to helping you achieve your goals, we will help you find the best role – whether it’s for right now or long-term.

Benefits to Employees

Online Registration and On-boarding for Applicants

Streamlining the application and initial screening keeps the process flowing more smoothly.

Medical Benefits

Your well-being is important to us, so Chase Staffing offers medical, dental and vision insurance.

Weekly Pay

All employees are paid on a weekly basis.

Direct Deposit and Debit Cards

Almost all Chase Staffing employees are paid through direct deposit of their paycheck or via debit cards.


Allows online access to your assignment information, pay history and tax documents.

Types of Chase Staffing Job Placements

Temporary or Contract

Contract jobs are temporary positions that meet the demand for seasonal or project-based needs. They are an excellent way to work with different companies, gain job skills and meet supervisors who may consider you for a permanent job opportunity if it becomes available.


Companies use this method to bring on talent for a temporary period to determine if you are a good fit for the role, the company, and their corporate culture. This is an excellent way for you to get hands-on experience and find a company that fits your professional goals.


This option is best for candidates seeking long term permanent employment with a company.  We recruit candidates with specialized skills according to the company’s job requirements. Our role is to bring together talent and opportunity to make a successful match.

Let Chase put you to work

Chase provides many opportunities for you to put your skills to work. Review our open positions now to find work in your specialty. Jobs are updated regularly, so check back often.