Registered Nurse - RN - Pediatric ICU
Requisition #: 529323
Location: Johns Hopkins Health System, St. Petersburg, FL
Work Shift: Rotating Shift
Work Week: Full Time
Weekend Work Required: Yes
Date Posted: May 19, 2022
NOW HIRING Experienced & New Grad RNs in Pediatric Critical Care (PICU/NICU)
Opportunities in Baltimore, Columbia, and St. Petersburg, FL!
Whether you prefer to work in an academic teaching hospital, community hospital, full-time, par-time, per diem, or a temporary assignment, we have a position for you! With a variety of units to choose from, we just know you'll find the perfect role! Take the next step towards your ultimate career goals and Be a Part of Something Bigger!
What Awaits You:
- Career growth and development
- Diverse and collaborative working environment
- Competitive Benefits Package
- Relocation Assistance if moving from more than 50 miles away
- Tuition Assistance to support further education
Who Should Apply:
- Graduates of an approved BON nursing program
- Active RN license required
- BLS CPR certification required
- RN work experience preferred but new grads encouraged to apply!
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