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RN, New Graduate Residency Program, Spring 2019

Spring 2019 NEW GRADUATE RN RESIDENCY PROGRAM(to begin late March 2019)
DEADLINE TO APPLY IS 3:00 PM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2018.

Please apply only if you are a New Graduate RN ( graduating in December 2018 ) with no prior RN/LPN work experience .
Please be advised, due to a high volume of applications, we will not be able to contact each and every candidate. You will only be contacted if we would like to invite you in for consideration.
Only BSN new graduates will be considered
We will hire into specific divisions and exact unit assignments will be determined at a later date.
The schedule will be 3 12 hour shifts per week.
The program REQUIREMENTS are as follows:
Only Applicants graduating with their Bachelor of Science in Nursing in December 2018 are being considered at this time.
A minimum GPA of 3.5 is required .
You must list your current GPA on your resume and indicate your top two areas of preference in your cover letter. The areas to choose from are listed as follows: Emergency Department, Critical Care, Medical/Surgical, PACU, Women's & Children's Services, and Float Pool.
All resident positions are for the NIGHT SHIFT ONLY !
Current American Heart Association BLS for the healthcare provider certification is required upon entering the program and it must be valid for a minimum of 3 months post the start date of the program.
You must successfully obtain a New Jersey Registered Nurse License (not just the license number) by Friday, March 15, 2019 to enter into the program. Please note that license reciprocity from another state can take approximately 3 months to receive; therefore, it is strongly recommended that you take the NCLEX in New Jersey if you plan on working in New Jersey.
Related working clinical experience is a plus.
You MUST complete our pre-employment assessment to be considered.
This assessment must be completed within 7 calendar days of submitting your application or you will not be considered for this program.





























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