Student Nurse NeuroCare Critical Care Per Diem

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University of Maryland Medical System
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May 14, 2021
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Baltimore, Maryland
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Student Nurse NeuroCare Critical Care Per Diem

Job ID: 88671

Area of Interest: Nursing

Location: Baltimore,MD US

Hours of Work: m-s

Job Facility: University of Maryland Medical Center

Employment Type: Student (Paid)

Shift: ROTATING

What You Will Do:

University of Maryland Medical Center, Downtown
Student Nurse
NeuroCare Critical Care (ICU)
 

Renowned as the academic flagship of the University of Maryland Medical System, our Magnet®-designated facility is a nationally recognized, academic medical center with opportunities across the continuum of care.  By working as a Student Nurse at the University of Maryland Medical Center, you will gain valuable bedside skills working side by side with an interdisciplinary team.  This opportunity will provide exposure to a variety of clinical experiences and foster professional connections often only available through formal internship and residency programs.  Come join UMMC and discover the atmosphere where talents and ideas come together to enhance patient care and advance the science of nursing.

Outpatient Oncology Nurse Navigator/Nurse Coordinator

The Benefits of the Student Nurse Position:

  • Gain practical, real-world experience while still in school
  • Create direct connections and experience networking opportunities
  • Obtain knowledge in your field of study while being compensated for your hard work
  • Create a flexible work schedule, allowing you to schedule work around your class schedule

Requirements:

  • Current Maryland Board of Nursing CNA certification
  • Current and continuous enrollment as a Junior or Senior in an accredited RN nursing program
  • American Heart Association CPR (Health Care Provider) certified

Application Process:           

  • Please provide your Resume, which should lists your clinical rotations completed (include hospital, type of unit and specialty focus/acuity), anticipated graduation date, current GPA, any healthcare employment and CNA certification number with expiration. If you have not yet received your CNA certification, please know you will need to obtain this 10 days prior to your potential start date. You must complete the Arena survey at the end of the application for your application to be complete
  • For those candidates finishing their first semesters, begin the CNA application process with the Maryland Board of Nursing, as soon as you receive your final transcripts.  Time is of the essence.
  • A cover letter is required with your application for consideration.

 

What You Need to Be Successful:

Qualifcations include:

  • Current Maryland Board of Nursing CNA certification
  • Current and continuous enrollment in good academic standing as a Junior or Senior year in an accredited RN nursing program
  • Have completed at least first semester of your Nursing program including Fundamentals
  • Current American Heart Association CPR (BLS Health Care Provider) certification   

-An Official Current Transcript from your accredited RN Nursing program (request one, have it sent to you.  It should remain sealed,)

 

We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

 

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