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Requisition ID 2022-49072
This position performs delegated duties consistent with defined role and provides supportive care under the direction of a Registered Nurse and in accordance with policies and procedures. Assumes personal accountability for organizational mission and core values. The nursing tech role allows nursing students enrolled in an accredited nursing program to gain clinical skills while still in nursing school. Responsibilities include but not limited to: performs basic patient care as delegated by an RN (such as: vital signs, blood glucose and I&Os); perform tasks as delegated by a RN such as: assists patients with personal care and activities of daily living, reports abnormal findings or changes in patient status to RN. Assists with keeping unit(s); and patient rooms stocked, cleaned, and orderly.
Location : Location
US-CO-Lakewood
Shift
Days
Work Type
Full-Time
Department : Name
SAH 7TH FLOOR MED SURG
Requisition ID 2022-47785
This position performs delegated duties consistent with defined role and provides supportive care under the direction of a Registered Nurse and in accordance with policies and procedures. Assumes personal accountability for organizational mission and core values. The nursing tech role allows nursing students enrolled in an accredited nursing program to gain clinical skills while still in nursing school. Responsibilities include but not limited to: performs basic patient care as delegated by an RN (such as: vital signs, blood glucose and I&Os); perform tasks as delegated by a RN such as: assists patients with personal care and activities of daily living, reports abnormal findings or changes in patient status to RN. Assists with keeping unit(s); and patient rooms stocked, cleaned, and orderly.   The Surgical Spine department at Porter Adventist Hospital is an Orthopedic/Spine/Trauma unit with 24 beds, caring for patients following arthroscopic hip procedure, simple to complex spine surgery, trauma, pain management, and general medical concerns. The unit accepts medical overflow and total joint replacement overflow patients. The unit is committed to be a Center of Excellence and patient safety is the top priority. Each team member is given an opportunity to pursue ongoing education and gain knowledge in care of orthopedic/spine/trauma patients, equipment use, and improving patient outcomes. The team takes a personalized approach to care and collaborates with surgeons, hospitalists, pain specialists, nurse practitioners, therapists, case management, and pharmacy to provide safe patient care. The Surgical Spine unit has a one nurse to four patient ratio on days and one nurse to five patient ratio on nights. The unit encourages self-scheduling and requires only four weekend shifts in every six-week schedule cycle to promote a work-life balance. Monthly Unit Based Council meeting provides each team member opportunity to provide input and to influence practice change.   Additional 15% PRN shift differential applies!
Location : Location
US-CO-Denver
Shift
Nights
Work Type
PRN
Department : Name
PAH SURG SPINE UNIT
Requisition ID 2022-45052
You have a purpose, unique talents and NOW is the time to embrace it, live it and put it to work. At Centura Health, we value incredible people with incredible skills – but your commitment to a greater cause is something we value even more. This is the heartbeat of our organization and your time will be spent in a supportive, team environment with resources to help you flourish and leaders who care about your success.   Performs delegated duties consistent with defined role and provides supportive care under the direction of a Registered Nurse and in accordance with policies and procedures. Assumes personal accountability for organizational mission and core values. The nursing student extern role allows nursing students enrolled in an accredited nursing program to gain clinical skills while still in nursing school. Responsibilities include but not limited to performing basic patient care as delegated by an RN (such as: vital signs, blood glucose and I&Os); perform tasks as delegated by a RN such as assisting patients with personal care and activities of daily living and reports abnormal findings or changes in patient status to RN. Assists with keeping unit(s); and patient rooms stocked, cleaned, and orderly.
Location : Location
US-CO-Denver
Shift
Variable
Work Type
PRN
Department : Name
PAH SURGERY
Requisition ID 2022-44009
Centura Health’s network of Emergency and Urgent Care (EUC) centers provide emergency medical care to areas of Colorado that lack a hospital-based emergency department.  The EUC system works to fulfill the Centura Health vision of providing care to every community, every neighborhood, and every life; providing tiered charges based on patient acuity and choice.  Specializing in the treatment of ambulatory patients with an Emergency Severity Index (ESI) Level of 2-5, the EUC centers are staffed by: - Board Certified Emergency Physicians - Experienced Emergency Nurses - CT Technologists with specialized emergency care and laboratory training - Emergency Medical Technicians - Patient Access Representatives EUC centers are located in the communities of Arvada, Frederick/Dacono, Golden, Lakewood, Meridian (NW Parker), Southmoor (SE Denver), and multiple sites in Summit County.   The Nurse Residency Program Summer 2022 Cohort begins on August 8th, 2022 (RN license required by July 25th, 2022 to be eligible).    Qualified internal and external applicants are eligible for a $5,000 sign-on bonus if they have not received a bonus from Centura Health within the last 12 months.   We encourage you to apply as soon as possible for priority consideration!   Please submit your application, cover letter, and resume for consideration.   Additional Information: - Positions are full-time and benefits eligible - Combination of days, evenings, nights and weekends/holidays may be required - Due to the pre-planned curriculum, time off requests during the first 12 weeks may not be approved A new hire’s location will be based on preference, number of openings and offer. In your application, you will be asked to designate your top hospital locations of interest. 
Location : Location
US-CO-Centennial
Shift
Variable
Work Type
Full-Time
Department : Name
CORP NURSE RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Requisition ID 2022-43995
Centura Health is proud to invest in career development for incredible RNs by offering residency programs to new and experienced RNs! New Grads and experienced RNs welcome!   The Summer 2022 Cohort begins on August 8th, 2022 (RN license required by July 25th, 2022 to be eligible).    Qualified internal and external applicants are eligible for a $5,000 sign-on bonus if they have not received a bonus from Centura Health within the last 12 months.   “$400/month Summit County housing stipend available for full time residents of Summit, Park, Eagle, Grand, Clear Creek or Lake Counties.  Must work at least 80% physically on-site at a Centura facility in Summit County and full time or part time status (PRN ineligible).  More details available upon offer.”   We encourage you to apply as soon as possible for priority consideration.    Please submit your application, cover letter, and resume for consideration whether you are interested in the Newly Licensed Nurse Residency, ICU RN Residency, ED RN Residency, Perinatal RN Residency, Neonatal RN Residency, Oncology RN Residency, Cardiac Catheterization RN Residency, PACU RN Residency, and/or Perioperative RN Residency. In the second section of the application (which will be emailed to you after completing the first section), you will be asked a series of questions that will indicate what program you would like to pursue.   Nurse Residency Programs offered: - Newly Licensed Nurse Residency - The Newly Licensed Nurse Residency Program helps help newly graduated RNs transition from the classroom to thriving as a difference-maker while experiencing a fulfilling and rewarding career. This program Utilizes Vizient’s AACN evidence-based curriculum. This program is designed to support new nurses transition to practice, applicants must have received their licensure in the last 12 months and have had no previous acute care RN experience. Nursing students who are nearing graduation are encouraged to apply. All newly licensed nurses will automatically be enrolled in this program with an opportunity participate in a program of their choice below if selected. - All Newly Licensed RNs joining this program will have a minimum work commitment of 24 months (40hrs/week). The 24 month commitment begins following satisfactory completion of clinical training.  - All Newly Licensed RNs joining this program must sign a Newly Licensed RN training agreement to work Full Time for Centura. - ICU RN Residency - The Critical Care (ICU) Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into critical care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN).    ​ - ED RN Residency - The Emergency Department Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into the emergency nursing care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA).  - Perinatal RN Residency - The Perinatal Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into perinatal practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetrics, and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN). - Neonatal RN Residency - The Neonatal Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into neonatal practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN). - Oncology RN Residency  - The Oncology RN Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into oncology practice. The program is evidence based utilizing the Oncology Nurses Society Certification Core Curriculum. Learning methodologies comprise a 12-week blended mix of structured classroom time, self-learning modules, hands-on clinical experiences, guest speakers and real-life application exercises designed to support the nurse with the transition into independent practice. - Cardiac Catheterization RN Residency  - The Cardiac Catheterization Lab/EP Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses and techs into the Cardiac Cath lab and EP environments utilizing a blended learning program called Cath Lab Academy and EP Academy. This program consists of real-world context and active learning incorporating 12 weeks of structured clinical orientation with integration into practice and an ongoing mentoring program throughout the first year of practice.” - Perioperative RN Residency - The Perioperative Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into perioperative practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN). This comprehensive, didactic program utilizes classroom training, skills labs, clinical practice, preceptorship and mentoring, and online modules to prepare nurses for practice in a perioperative setting. The program consists of 10 weeks of structured didactic and clinical orientation, a unit orientation lasting approximately 6 months, and ongoing mentorship throughout the first year of practice. - PACU RN Residency - The Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) Residency Program optimizes the integration of experienced nurses into the Perioperative nursing care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the American Society of Peri-Anesthesia Nurses (ASPAN). Blended education styles help incorporate critical thinking, hands-on practice-based learning with clinical training and evidence-based practice in the PACU setting across a 12-week structured clinical orientation and ongoing mentorship throughout the first year of practice.   For more information regarding the application process and FAQ’s please visit: https://www.centura.org/nurseresidency.    Additional Information: - Positions are full-time and benefits eligible - Combination of days, evenings, nights and weekends/holidays may be required - Due to the pre-planned curriculum, time off requests during the first 12 weeks may not be approved   Centura Health locations: St. Anthony Summit (Frisco, CO)   A new hire’s location will be based on preference, number of openings and offer.
Location : Location
US-CO-Frisco
Shift
Variable
Work Type
Full-Time
Department : Name
CORP NURSE RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Requisition ID 2022-43994
Centura Health is proud to invest in career development for incredible RNs by offering residency programs to new and experienced RNs! New Grads and experienced RNs welcome!   The Summer 2022 Cohort begins on August 8th, 2022 (RN license required by July 25th, 2022 to be eligible).    Qualified internal and external applicants are eligible for a $5,000 sign-on bonus if they have not received a bonus from Centura Health within the last 12 months.   We encourage you to apply as soon as possible for priority consideration.    Please submit your application, cover letter, and resume for consideration whether you are interested in the Newly Licensed Nurse Residency, ICU RN Residency, ED RN Residency, Perinatal RN Residency, Neonatal RN Residency, Oncology RN Residency, Cardiac Catheterization RN Residency, PACU RN Residency, and/or Perioperative RN Residency. In the second section of the application (which will be emailed to you after completing the first section), you will be asked a series of questions that will indicate what program you would like to pursue.   Nurse Residency Programs offered: - Newly Licensed Nurse Residency - The Newly Licensed Nurse Residency Program helps help newly graduated RNs transition from the classroom to thriving as a difference-maker while experiencing a fulfilling and rewarding career. This program Utilizes Vizient’s AACN evidence-based curriculum. This program is designed to support new nurses transition to practice, applicants must have received their licensure in the last 12 months and have had no previous acute care RN experience. Nursing students who are nearing graduation are encouraged to apply. All newly licensed nurses will automatically be enrolled in this program with an opportunity participate in a program of their choice below if selected. - All Newly Licensed RNs joining this program will have a minimum work commitment of 24 months (40hrs/week). The 24 month commitment begins following satisfactory completion of clinical training.  - All Newly Licensed RNs joining this program must sign a Newly Licensed RN training agreement to work Full Time for Centura. - ICU RN Residency - The Critical Care (ICU) Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into critical care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN).    ​ - ED RN Residency - The Emergency Department Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into the emergency nursing care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA).  - Perinatal RN Residency - The Perinatal Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into perinatal practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetrics, and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN). - Neonatal RN Residency - The Neonatal Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into neonatal practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN). - Oncology RN Residency  - The Oncology RN Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into oncology practice. The program is evidence based utilizing the Oncology Nurses Society Certification Core Curriculum. Learning methodologies comprise a 12-week blended mix of structured classroom time, self-learning modules, hands-on clinical experiences, guest speakers and real-life application exercises designed to support the nurse with the transition into independent practice. - Cardiac Catheterization RN Residency  - The Cardiac Catheterization Lab/EP Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses and techs into the Cardiac Cath lab and EP environments utilizing a blended learning program called Cath Lab Academy and EP Academy. This program consists of real-world context and active learning incorporating 12 weeks of structured clinical orientation with integration into practice and an ongoing mentoring program throughout the first year of practice.” - Perioperative RN Residency - The Perioperative Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into perioperative practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN). This comprehensive, didactic program utilizes classroom training, skills labs, clinical practice, preceptorship and mentoring, and online modules to prepare nurses for practice in a perioperative setting. The program consists of 10 weeks of structured didactic and clinical orientation, a unit orientation lasting approximately 6 months, and ongoing mentorship throughout the first year of practice. - PACU RN Residency - The Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) Residency Program optimizes the integration of experienced nurses into the Perioperative nursing care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the American Society of Peri-Anesthesia Nurses (ASPAN). Blended education styles help incorporate critical thinking, hands-on practice-based learning with clinical training and evidence-based practice in the PACU setting across a 12-week structured clinical orientation and ongoing mentorship throughout the first year of practice.   For more information regarding the application process and FAQ’s please visit: https://www.centura.org/nurseresidency.    Additional Information: - Positions are full-time and benefits eligible - Combination of days, evenings, nights and weekends/holidays may be required - Due to the pre-planned curriculum, time off requests during the first 12 weeks may not be approved   Centura Health locations: Mercy Medical Center (Durango, CO)   A new hire’s location will be based on preference, number of openings and offer.
Location : Location
US-CO-Durango
Shift
Variable
Work Type
Full-Time
Department : Name
CORP NURSE RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Requisition ID 2022-43993
Centura Health is proud to invest in career development for incredible RNs by offering residency programs to new and experienced RNs! New Grads and experienced RNs welcome!   The Summer 2022 Cohort begins on August 8th, 2022 (RN license required by July 25th, 2022 to be eligible).    Qualified internal and external applicants are eligible for a $5,000 sign-on bonus if they have not received a bonus from Centura Health within the last 12 months.   We encourage you to apply as soon as possible for priority consideration.    Please submit your application, cover letter, and resume for consideration whether you are interested in the Newly Licensed Nurse Residency, ICU RN Residency, ED RN Residency, Perinatal RN Residency, Neonatal RN Residency, Oncology RN Residency, Cardiac Catheterization RN Residency, PACU RN Residency, and/or Perioperative RN Residency. In the second section of the application (which will be emailed to you after completing the first section), you will be asked a series of questions that will indicate what program you would like to pursue.   Nurse Residency Programs offered: - Newly Licensed Nurse Residency - The Newly Licensed Nurse Residency Program helps help newly graduated RNs transition from the classroom to thriving as a difference-maker while experiencing a fulfilling and rewarding career. This program Utilizes Vizient’s AACN evidence-based curriculum. This program is designed to support new nurses transition to practice, applicants must have received their licensure in the last 12 months and have had no previous acute care RN experience. Nursing students who are nearing graduation are encouraged to apply. All newly licensed nurses will automatically be enrolled in this program with an opportunity participate in a program of their choice below if selected. - All Newly Licensed RNs joining this program will have a minimum work commitment of 24 months (40hrs/week). The 24 month commitment begins following satisfactory completion of clinical training.  - All Newly Licensed RNs joining this program must sign a Newly Licensed RN training agreement to work Full Time for Centura. - ICU RN Residency - The Critical Care (ICU) Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into critical care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN).    ​ - ED RN Residency - The Emergency Department Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into the emergency nursing care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA).  - Perinatal RN Residency - The Perinatal Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into perinatal practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetrics, and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN). - Neonatal RN Residency - The Neonatal Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into neonatal practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN). - Oncology RN Residency  - The Oncology RN Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into oncology practice. The program is evidence based utilizing the Oncology Nurses Society Certification Core Curriculum. Learning methodologies comprise a 12-week blended mix of structured classroom time, self-learning modules, hands-on clinical experiences, guest speakers and real-life application exercises designed to support the nurse with the transition into independent practice. - Cardiac Catheterization RN Residency  - The Cardiac Catheterization Lab/EP Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses and techs into the Cardiac Cath lab and EP environments utilizing a blended learning program called Cath Lab Academy and EP Academy. This program consists of real-world context and active learning incorporating 12 weeks of structured clinical orientation with integration into practice and an ongoing mentoring program throughout the first year of practice.” - Perioperative RN Residency - The Perioperative Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into perioperative practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN). This comprehensive, didactic program utilizes classroom training, skills labs, clinical practice, preceptorship and mentoring, and online modules to prepare nurses for practice in a perioperative setting. The program consists of 10 weeks of structured didactic and clinical orientation, a unit orientation lasting approximately 6 months, and ongoing mentorship throughout the first year of practice. - PACU RN Residency - The Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) Residency Program optimizes the integration of experienced nurses into the Perioperative nursing care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the American Society of Peri-Anesthesia Nurses (ASPAN). Blended education styles help incorporate critical thinking, hands-on practice-based learning with clinical training and evidence-based practice in the PACU setting across a 12-week structured clinical orientation and ongoing mentorship throughout the first year of practice.   For more information regarding the application process and FAQ’s please visit: https://www.centura.org/nurseresidency.    Additional Information: - Positions are full-time and benefits eligible - Combination of days, evenings, nights and weekends/holidays may be required - Due to the pre-planned curriculum, time off requests during the first 12 weeks may not be approved   Centura Health locations: Bob Wilson Memorial (Ulysses, KS) St. Catherine (Garden City, KS) St. Catherine Dodge City (Dodge City, KS)   A new hire’s location will be based on preference, number of openings and offer.
Location : Location
US-KS-Garden City
Shift
Variable
Work Type
Full-Time
Department : Name
CORP NURSE RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Requisition ID 2022-43992
Centura Health is proud to invest in career development for incredible RNs by offering residency programs to new and experienced RNs! New Grads and experienced RNs welcome!   The Summer 2022 Cohort begins on August 8th, 2022 (RN license required by July 25th, 2022 to be eligible).    Qualified internal and external applicants are eligible for a $5,000 sign-on bonus if they have not received a bonus from Centura Health within the last 12 months.   We encourage you to apply as soon as possible for priority consideration.    Please submit your application, cover letter, and resume for consideration whether you are interested in the Newly Licensed Nurse Residency, ICU RN Residency, ED RN Residency, Perinatal RN Residency, Neonatal RN Residency, Oncology RN Residency, Cardiac Catheterization RN Residency, PACU RN Residency, and/or Perioperative RN Residency. In the second section of the application (which will be emailed to you after completing the first section), you will be asked a series of questions that will indicate what program you would like to pursue.   Nurse Residency Programs offered: - Newly Licensed Nurse Residency - The Newly Licensed Nurse Residency Program helps help newly graduated RNs transition from the classroom to thriving as a difference-maker while experiencing a fulfilling and rewarding career. This program Utilizes Vizient’s AACN evidence-based curriculum. This program is designed to support new nurses transition to practice, applicants must have received their licensure in the last 12 months and have had no previous acute care RN experience. Nursing students who are nearing graduation are encouraged to apply. All newly licensed nurses will automatically be enrolled in this program with an opportunity participate in a program of their choice below if selected. - All Newly Licensed RNs joining this program will have a minimum work commitment of 24 months (40hrs/week). The 24 month commitment begins following satisfactory completion of clinical training.  - All Newly Licensed RNs joining this program must sign a Newly Licensed RN training agreement to work Full Time for Centura. - ICU RN Residency - The Critical Care (ICU) Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into critical care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN).    ​ - ED RN Residency - The Emergency Department Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into the emergency nursing care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA).  - Perinatal RN Residency - The Perinatal Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into perinatal practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetrics, and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN). - Neonatal RN Residency - The Neonatal Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into neonatal practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN). - Oncology RN Residency  - The Oncology RN Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into oncology practice. The program is evidence based utilizing the Oncology Nurses Society Certification Core Curriculum. Learning methodologies comprise a 12-week blended mix of structured classroom time, self-learning modules, hands-on clinical experiences, guest speakers and real-life application exercises designed to support the nurse with the transition into independent practice. - Cardiac Catheterization RN Residency  - The Cardiac Catheterization Lab/EP Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses and techs into the Cardiac Cath lab and EP environments utilizing a blended learning program called Cath Lab Academy and EP Academy. This program consists of real-world context and active learning incorporating 12 weeks of structured clinical orientation with integration into practice and an ongoing mentoring program throughout the first year of practice.” - Perioperative RN Residency - The Perioperative Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into perioperative practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN). This comprehensive, didactic program utilizes classroom training, skills labs, clinical practice, preceptorship and mentoring, and online modules to prepare nurses for practice in a perioperative setting. The program consists of 10 weeks of structured didactic and clinical orientation, a unit orientation lasting approximately 6 months, and ongoing mentorship throughout the first year of practice. - PACU RN Residency - The Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) Residency Program optimizes the integration of experienced nurses into the Perioperative nursing care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the American Society of Peri-Anesthesia Nurses (ASPAN). Blended education styles help incorporate critical thinking, hands-on practice-based learning with clinical training and evidence-based practice in the PACU setting across a 12-week structured clinical orientation and ongoing mentorship throughout the first year of practice.   For more information regarding the application process and FAQ’s please visit: https://www.centura.org/nurseresidency.    Additional Information: - Positions are full-time and benefits eligible - Combination of days, evenings, nights and weekends/holidays may be required - Due to the pre-planned curriculum, time off requests during the first 12 weeks may not be approved   Centura Health locations: St. Mary Corwin (Pueblo, CO) St. Thomas More (Canon City, CO)   A new hire’s location will be based on preference, number of openings and offer.
Location : Location
US-CO-Pueblo
Shift
Variable
Work Type
Full-Time
Department : Name
CORP NURSE RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Requisition ID 2022-43991
Centura Health is proud to invest in career development for incredible RNs by offering residency programs to new and experienced RNs! New Grads and experienced RNs welcome!   The Summer 2022 Cohort begins on August 8th, 2022 (RN license required by July 25th, 2022 to be eligible).    Qualified internal and external applicants are eligible for a $5,000 sign-on bonus if they have not received a bonus from Centura Health within the last 12 months.   We encourage you to apply as soon as possible for priority consideration.    Please submit your application, cover letter, and resume for consideration whether you are interested in the Newly Licensed Nurse Residency, ICU RN Residency, ED RN Residency, Perinatal RN Residency, Neonatal RN Residency, Oncology RN Residency, Cardiac Catheterization RN Residency, PACU RN Residency, and/or Perioperative RN Residency. In the second section of the application (which will be emailed to you after completing the first section), you will be asked a series of questions that will indicate what program you would like to pursue.   Nurse Residency Programs offered: - Newly Licensed Nurse Residency - The Newly Licensed Nurse Residency Program helps help newly graduated RNs transition from the classroom to thriving as a difference-maker while experiencing a fulfilling and rewarding career. This program Utilizes Vizient’s AACN evidence-based curriculum. This program is designed to support new nurses transition to practice, applicants must have received their licensure in the last 12 months and have had no previous acute care RN experience. Nursing students who are nearing graduation are encouraged to apply. All newly licensed nurses will automatically be enrolled in this program with an opportunity participate in a program of their choice below if selected. - All Newly Licensed RNs joining this program will have a minimum work commitment of 24 months (40hrs/week). The 24 month commitment begins following satisfactory completion of clinical training.  - All Newly Licensed RNs joining this program must sign a Newly Licensed RN training agreement to work Full Time for Centura. - ICU RN Residency - The Critical Care (ICU) Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into critical care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN).    ​ - ED RN Residency - The Emergency Department Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into the emergency nursing care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA).  - Perinatal RN Residency - The Perinatal Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into perinatal practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetrics, and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN). - Neonatal RN Residency - The Neonatal Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into neonatal practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN). - Oncology RN Residency  - The Oncology RN Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into oncology practice. The program is evidence based utilizing the Oncology Nurses Society Certification Core Curriculum. Learning methodologies comprise a 12-week blended mix of structured classroom time, self-learning modules, hands-on clinical experiences, guest speakers and real-life application exercises designed to support the nurse with the transition into independent practice. - Cardiac Catheterization RN Residency  - The Cardiac Catheterization Lab/EP Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses and techs into the Cardiac Cath lab and EP environments utilizing a blended learning program called Cath Lab Academy and EP Academy. This program consists of real-world context and active learning incorporating 12 weeks of structured clinical orientation with integration into practice and an ongoing mentoring program throughout the first year of practice.” - Perioperative RN Residency - The Perioperative Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into perioperative practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN). This comprehensive, didactic program utilizes classroom training, skills labs, clinical practice, preceptorship and mentoring, and online modules to prepare nurses for practice in a perioperative setting. The program consists of 10 weeks of structured didactic and clinical orientation, a unit orientation lasting approximately 6 months, and ongoing mentorship throughout the first year of practice. - PACU RN Residency - The Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) Residency Program optimizes the integration of experienced nurses into the Perioperative nursing care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the American Society of Peri-Anesthesia Nurses (ASPAN). Blended education styles help incorporate critical thinking, hands-on practice-based learning with clinical training and evidence-based practice in the PACU setting across a 12-week structured clinical orientation and ongoing mentorship throughout the first year of practice.   For more information regarding the application process and FAQ’s please visit: https://www.centura.org/nurseresidency.    Additional Information: - Positions are full-time and benefits eligible - Combination of days, evenings, nights and weekends/holidays may be required - Due to the pre-planned curriculum, time off requests during the first 12 weeks may not be approved   Centura Health locations: Penrose (Colorado Springs, CO) St. Francis (Colorado Springs, CO)   A new hire’s location will be based on preference, number of openings and offer.
Location : Location
US-CO-Colorado Springs
Shift
Variable
Work Type
Full-Time
Department : Name
CORP NURSE RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Requisition ID 2022-43990
Centura Health is proud to invest in career development for incredible RNs by offering residency programs to new and experienced RNs! New Grads and experienced RNs welcome!   The Nurse Residency Program Summer 2022 Cohort begins on August 8th, 2022 (RN license required by July 25th, 2022 to be eligible).    Qualified internal and external applicants are eligible for a $5,000 sign-on bonus if they have not received a bonus from Centura Health within the last 12 months.   We encourage you to apply as soon as possible for priority consideration.    Please submit your application, cover letter, and resume for consideration whether you are interested in the Newly Licensed Nurse Residency, ICU RN Residency, ED RN Residency, Perinatal RN Residency, Neonatal RN Residency, Oncology RN Residency, Cardiac Catheterization RN Residency, PACU RN Residency, and/or Perioperative RN Residency. In the second section of the application (which will be emailed to you after completing the first section), you will be asked a series of questions that will indicate what program you would like to pursue.   Nurse Residency Programs offered: - Newly Licensed Nurse Residency - The Newly Licensed Nurse Residency Program helps help newly graduated RNs transition from the classroom to thriving as a difference-maker while experiencing a fulfilling and rewarding career. This program Utilizes Vizient’s AACN evidence-based curriculum. This program is designed to support new nurses transition to practice, applicants must have received their licensure in the last 12 months and have had no previous acute care RN experience. Nursing students who are nearing graduation are encouraged to apply. All newly licensed nurses will automatically be enrolled in this program with an opportunity participate in a program of their choice below if selected. - All Newly Licensed RNs joining this program will have a minimum work commitment of 24 months (40hrs/week). The 24 month commitment begins following satisfactory completion of clinical training.  - All Newly Licensed RNs joining this program must sign a Newly Licensed RN training agreement to work Full Time for Centura. - ICU RN Residency - The Critical Care (ICU) Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into critical care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN).    ​ - ED RN Residency - The Emergency Department Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into the emergency nursing care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA).  - Perinatal RN Residency - The Perinatal Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into perinatal practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetrics, and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN). - Neonatal RN Residency - The Neonatal Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into neonatal practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN). - Oncology RN Residency  - The Oncology RN Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into oncology practice. The program is evidence based utilizing the Oncology Nurses Society Certification Core Curriculum. Learning methodologies comprise a 12-week blended mix of structured classroom time, self-learning modules, hands-on clinical experiences, guest speakers and real-life application exercises designed to support the nurse with the transition into independent practice. - Cardiac Catheterization RN Residency  - The Cardiac Catheterization Lab/EP Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses and techs into the Cardiac Cath lab and EP environments utilizing a blended learning program called Cath Lab Academy and EP Academy. This program consists of real-world context and active learning incorporating 12 weeks of structured clinical orientation with integration into practice and an ongoing mentoring program throughout the first year of practice.” - Perioperative RN Residency - The Perioperative Residency Program optimizes the integration of new and experienced nurses into perioperative practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN). This comprehensive, didactic program utilizes classroom training, skills labs, clinical practice, preceptorship and mentoring, and online modules to prepare nurses for practice in a perioperative setting. The program consists of 10 weeks of structured didactic and clinical orientation, a unit orientation lasting approximately 6 months, and ongoing mentorship throughout the first year of practice. - PACU RN Residency - The Post-Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) Residency Program optimizes the integration of experienced nurses into the Perioperative nursing care practice utilizing a blended learning program which is evidence based through the American Society of Peri-Anesthesia Nurses (ASPAN). Blended education styles help incorporate critical thinking, hands-on practice-based learning with clinical training and evidence-based practice in the PACU setting across a 12-week structured clinical orientation and ongoing mentorship throughout the first year of practice.   For more information regarding the application process and FAQ’s please visit: https://www.centura.org/nurseresidency.    Additional Information: - Positions are full-time and benefits eligible - Combination of days, evenings, nights and weekends/holidays may be required - Due to the pre-planned curriculum, time off requests during the first 12 weeks may not be approved   Centura Health locations: Avista Adventist Hospital (Louisville, CO) Castle Rock Adventist Hospital (Castle Rock, CO) Littleton Adventist Hospital (Littleton, CO) Longmont United Hospital (Longmont, CO) OrthoColorado Hospital (Lakewood, CO) Parker Adventist Hospital (Parker, CO) Porter Adventist Hospital (Denver, CO) St Anthony Hospital (Lakewood, CO) St Anthony North Hospital (Westminster, CO)   A new hire’s location will be based on preference, number of openings and offer.
Location : Location
US-CO-Centennial
Shift
Variable
Work Type
Full-Time
Department : Name
CORP NURSE RESIDENCY PROGRAM

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