Experience:
No experience
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
8/5/2017
Job Category:
Nursing
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Self Regional Healthcare | Greenwood, SC
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Job Description

Responsibilities: Use your leadership & admin skills to screen and hire the best candidates for the Nursing Dept. Work closely with university/college students, applicants and the Nurse Directors to screen and conduct interviews. Update and document new hires with HR Dept software.

Qualifications: RN or BSN, five plus years experience in direct patient care & two plus years experience in a nurse admin or leadership role.

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About Self Regional Healthcare

Self Regional Healthcare and hospitals across South Carolina support the Dec. 9, 2005 law that allows law enforcement officers to stop a driver for not wearing a safety belt or not securing a child in a restraint seat. The previous law did not include primary enforcement, meaning officers could stop and ticket a motorist only if the motorist had committed another traffic offense. Some people choose to violate the law for various reasons. Many violators say seat belt usage should be a personal decision. They argue that not buckling up only affects the person who chooses not to wear a seat belt. People who violate the law are subject to a $25 fine, but that is a small price to pay compared to the pain and suffering of those who lose a loved one in a wreck involving someone not wearing a safety belt. Studies regularly show that the rate of deaths is much higher in wrecks when people are not wearing seat belts. A study by the National Safety Council shows that only 26 percent of young people ages 16-24 killed in wrecks from 1998-2002 were wearing seat belts.