FAQ - 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.

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FAQs

Yes. Please refer to the Employee Handbook online.

If you have been on an assignment for six months, your supervisor/department may request an extension. If they do, you may be authorized to work up until a total of 12 months on an assignment.

You may work on one assignment up to 12 months. You may work continuously within the TAP Program for up to a maximum of 2 years. After that, we require you to take a break in service for at least 60 days before being considered for a new assignment.

Yes. You will be required to complete a background and physical prior to being placed on an assignment.

Some of our classifications do require a pre-employment test. Some common classifications that we hire for that require testing are: Office Assistant, Animal Care Technicians, Accounting Assistant, Parking Attendant and BiLingual positions.