Sinai Hospital Registered Nurse/ Cct-Clinical Interview Day

Lifebridge Health, Inc. Baltimore , MD 21203

Posted 1 week ago

Sinai Registered Nurse and Critical Care Technician Clinical Interview Day April 3rd, 2019 2:00pm- 6:00pm Location: Sinai Hospital

Step 1: Apply Online for the position of "Sinai Hospital Registered Nurse/ CCT-Clinical Interview Day" at www.lifejobs.org

Step 2: Applicants who meet minimum qualifications will be scheduled for an interview on Interview Day.

Please indicate your preferred shift and status on your application. Sinai Hospital has the following RN openings with various shifts available on the units below:

Intermediate Care Unit Intensive Care Unit B6-Woman's Neuroscience Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Labor and Delivery Progressive Care Unit Emergency Department Please indicate your preferred shift and status on your application. Sinai Hospital has the following CCT openings with various shifts available on the units below: Emergency Department Intensive Care Unit

Qualifications:
An active RN Licensure and CPR/First Aid certification card through American Heart Association (AHA). Two years of experience

Facility: Part of LifeBridge Health, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore features state-of-the-art facilities and renowned Centers of Excellence some with national and international acclaim.

As the largest community hospital and the third largest teaching hospital in Maryland, Sinai Hospital's mission is to provide quality patient care, educate medical students and residents, and engage in research to improve the lives of people all over the world. Sinai Hospital is a smoke-free workplace. M/F/PV/IWD Employer Requisition Number: 11221 Department:

ER-7 Nursing - 6530 Schedule: Full-time Shift: Hours vary Hours:



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Sinai Hospital Registered Nurse/ Cct-Clinical Interview Day

Lifebridge Health, Inc.