Cardiovascular ICU RN - Part-time
Requisition #: 252368
Location: Suburban Hospital, Bethesda, MD 20810
Work Shift: Night Shift
Work Week: Limited (20 - 29)
Weekend Work Required: Yes
Date Posted: Aug. 5, 2020
The ICU at Suburban Hospital presents a unique opportunity for you as an experienced critical care nurse to immerse yourself in an environment that merges a close-knit, Magnet-recognized, community hospital experience with caring for high-acuity patients with cutting-edge technology.
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Besides a great compensation package - here are the other benefits of working as a Registered Nurse (RN) in our ICU:
- State of the art equipment and a bright, open working environment with Intensivists coverage 24/7
- Interdisciplinary approach of care with you, as the RN, at the forefront
- Flexible scheduling options to balance your work and personal life
- Opportunities for learning and growth through our specialized training programs and our clinical ladder
To succeed in this role, you will need the following:
- You need to be licensed as an RN in Maryland (or other Nurse Licensure Compact state) and have your American Heart Association BLS/CPR
- You will need to have your Associates’ Degree in Nursing; we would prefer you to have your BSN
- At a minimum, we need you to have 2+ years’ experience in either a Medical, Cardiac, or Trauma ICU
This is a part-time, night shift. The hours are 7:00 PM - 7:30 AM
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