July 30, 2009

Hot Jobs 47: Nursing Jobs

My apologies for not getting this Hot Jobs posted yesterday. My Mac was in the shop! It’s going back this weekend for a more extended repair job, but thanks to Apple Care, I don’t pay a dime!

The JobMonkey Job Center is loaded this week with a numerous nursing jobs all over the country. I often think about going back to school to become a nurse — it’s a wonderful profession and a career that it generally quite recession-proof. Are you about to graduate with your nursing degree? Or are you an RN who is thinking about making a career change? Then you should definitely check out these three hot nursing jobs (and click on over the Job Center for dozens more)!

1. 12-hr Shift RN Weekender, Cleveland, OH

The Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH is looking for a Registered Nurse to pick up 12-hour weekend shifts. This individual will serve under the general supervision of the Nurse Manager and be responsible for providing professional nursing care and other related duties as assigned.

To qualify, you must have your current license as a Registered Nurse in the State of Ohio and one year of nursing experience.

2. Staff Nurse RN Job, Pediatric Specialty, St. Louis, MO

The Inpatient Neuroscience Unit of the St. Louis Children’s Hospital in St. Louis, MO is seeking a staff nurse to coordinate and lead the patient care team in the assessment, development, implementation, and evaluation of care for this pediatric specialty unit. The ideal candidate will be a graduate of an Accredited Registered Nursing (RN) Program (or anticipates graduation within 12 months or less), will have current RN licensure in Missouri or Illinois, will have Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification, and will have basic computer skills.

3. Nurse Anesthetist Job, Birmingham, AL

The University of Alabama Hospital is seeking a nurse anesthetist to provide anesthesia under the direction of an anesthesiologist for diverse surgical procedures and diagnostic tests, or cardio-thoracic surgical procedures and cardiac catheterizations. The ideal candidate will be an Alabama Certified Registered Nurse with his or her anesthetist license. (Tip: If you are looking for a high paying nursing job, nurse anesthetists are some of the highest paid in the field. It does require additional training and the aptitude to work in a high pressure surgical ward, but the rewards — financial and otherwise — are great.)

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