Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Intern/Co-op
Posted:
8/10/2019
Job Category:
Nursing
Registered Nurse - OR Internship
(This job is no longer available)
Beaumont Hospitals | Royal Oak, MI
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Job Description

2019 Fall Clinical Nurse Operating Room Internship

Seeking RN candidates to join the Royal Oak OR team beginning September, 2019. This 9 month internship prepares RNs through classroom instruction and clinical experience.

Successful completion of the internship, enables individuals to become fully functional in the operating room as a circulating nurse.

Full time, opportunities with benefits. Full time schedule will vary during internship and upon completion which will include on call requirement, weekend and off-shift hours.

Candidates may be assigned to service lines based upon clinical preference, OR management and operating room needs.

Requirements:

Candidates must be a graduate of an accredited School of Nursing, BSN preferred with valid Michigan RN licensure, prior to the start of the internship.

BLS from the American Heart Association/health care provider. Minimum 1 year RN experience highly preferred.

Ability to thrive on new challenges with professionalism, compassion and enthusiasm. Focused with the self commitment to succeed.

A 2 year full time commitment to the Royal Oak OR is required upon completion of the internship.

For consideration : Fully complete an online application to include online surveys and attach resume.

Pay grade dependant upon RN experience level. Non exempt status.

About Beaumont Hospitals

Beaumont Children's Hospital offers a family-centered approach to treatment. We recognize that a cancer diagnosis affects the entire family and provide resources to help siblings and parents cope. Many programs have been established to help Beaumont Children's Hospital's pediatric cancer patients long after they complete their treatment. In early 2008 we opened the Late Effects Clinic to study the delayed effects of being a pediatric cancer patient and to assist patients with medical issues related to educational access, insurance and employability. Patients treated at Beaumont Children's Hospital are also eligible to receive college scholarship grants from the Pediatric Cancer Survivor Scholarship Program. Since its inception in 1990, the scholarship program has donated more than $500,000 to more than 100 students to help them move forward in their lives. To learn more, visit About Beaumont Children's Hospital, Specialties and Services, and Patients and Families.