KRRC FAQs

Still have questions? Call 316-293-2649 or 888-503-4221 toll free and we will be happy to assist you.

How does my organization sign up with the KRRC?
Getting started with the KRRC is easy. Simply submit a contract, payment and Opportunity Profile form to KRRC and our team will begin recruiting for your specific needs. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact a recruitment specialist at 1-888-503-4221 or 316-293-2649.

  1. Contract and payment - you can elect to choose the Annual or Contingency model, whichever works best for your needs.
  2. Opportunity Profile Form - this helps us to create a job description and collect information to share with providers.  The more detail you can provide, the better.  You must fill out an Opportunity Profile Form for each position you list with the KRRC. The KRRC Contract Comparison Chart outlines the differences between the Annual Registration and Contingency Agreement contracts.

Where are the KRRC's available positions?
All over Kansas — the KRRC works throughout the State.

I am interested in a position I saw online.  What do I do next?
Fill out our online application and set up a time to chat with one of our recruitment specialists. 

Already signed-up with the KRRC?  Then just call (316-293-2649) and let us know your interest.  We will be able to assist you from there.

Why don't I see any available positions in my specialty?
The KRRC actively assists hospitals and clinics with locating great health care providers. Our available positions reflect the changing needs of our client locations. We are always glad to contact our client locations and see if they might have a future need for your specialty. As always, the KRRC will keep you posted on any new positions that come into our program.


I want to live in a specific location, but I don't see any available positions there. How can the KRRC help me?
Once you sign-up with the KRRC, let us know your geographical preferences.  We will keep you posted on what positions will be coming available in your desired area.

Last modified: May 11, 2012
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