New Grad Clinical Nurse I- Staffing Pool

  • Mission Health System
  • Asheville, NC, USA
  • Dec 05, 2018
Healthcare

Job Description


Mission Health's RN Residency Program for New Graduates provides professional development for those who are transitioning from the classroom to their first professional role as a nurse.

This program offers you a smooth transition into practice while you begin your career at Mission Health.


We provide new graduate RNs with the support they need to become strong members of the Mission Health interdisciplinary team. Graduates of the program emerge as competent, well-rounded and confident nurses.


The Medical-Surgical Staffing Pool is a special RN Residency cohort opportunity. No matter what your nursing goal, your experience in the float pool will help get you there. You will be exposed to a wide variety of patients, floors, and skill sets. In this very supportive environment, you will get a strong foundation to grow your nursing career. For those who are uncertain of their nursing interests, this opportunity will expose you to different areas of Med-Surg nursing where you can identify your passions and meet the fellow nurses who could become your work family.

And if that is not enough, there is a special float pool premium of an additional $5.00 per hour after orientation .
Learn more about Medical-Surgical Nursing here .

Role Summary: Provides leadership which facilitates the delivery of professional nursing care for the comfort and well-being of patients. Utilizes the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation, to provide, delegate, supervise and document care and teaching of patients and family. Implements medically prescribed interventions.

Required Education: Effective 3/1/18 Bachelor of Science in Nursing OR enroll in a BSN or advanced degree program within 6 months AND obtain a BSN within 4 years of hire date into RN position. Previous signed BSN commitment letter OR grandfathering will be accepted between departments and Mission Health entities. Exemptions may be approved with CNO System Council approval.

Certifications: Must have and maintain current licensure as registered nurse with the North Carolina Board of Nursing. eNLC (Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact) license may apply, licensee should confirm with NCBON.Certificate: BLS Healthcare Provider

Preferred License/Certifications: None

Required Experience: No experience