Nurse midwife

Hello ! May I find a job ,I m.nurse midwife I studied in Haiti . I have more than five years experience. Can I apply?

Hi Ketna Jean Charles ,

Have you tried using the job search tool here on Jobcase?

Just follow these steps!

1. Click on Jobs &amp…

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DOES COMPANY CULTURE MATTER?

When Choosing An Employer, Culture Matters

When determining whether an employer is the right fit for you, it is important to find out about its culture. Companies are as different as the people who work there and run the business. For better and worse, culture and leadership are inextricably linked. Founders and influential leaders often set the initial culture of their organizations. Over time an organization’s leaders can also shape culture…

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If a company culture judge you by not adapting to it's culture and not by your skills or unique traits or creative solutions you…

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RN to BSN Career

RN to BSN Work: Work for RN to BSN graduates is often administrative in nature. Nursing managers do not have much patient contact, and are often responsible for managing all aspects of a nursing staff. This can include scheduling nursing rotations, insuring adequate medical supplies, ongoing training of the nursing staff, and a smooth interaction of the nursing staff with the rest of the medical personnel.

RN to BSN Skills: RNs who want to…

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Thank you for sharing Emilia Stadford !

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The begining

Start orientation this week, however im a bit skeptical on the outcome of this job. Being a cna requires so much of myself i have to remember to save a lil for myself. It would be a bummer to get myself excited over something temporary so all i can do is hope for the best. Is this the begining?

It very well could be the beginning shakeisha saunders ! Do everything you can do to succeed, as even if it doesn't turn out to be…

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Sometimes you have to change the path you are on!

I am a hard worker, and I love people, I have earned allot of money working for myself. Life changed, my boys grew into men, my husbands health went down hill and our family business came to a screeching halt. Jobs in town were becoming scarce, but I had worked in psychiatric hospitals before, and held my CNA. I adored the clients, and the majority of the staff, but I met my very first Narcissistic boss, I really don't know how I managed 11 years…

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I can hear the hurt, pain, betrayal & disappointment. I completely understand what you went through. I went through that with a…

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Nurse Practitioner - GYN /Oncology - Baltimore, MD

If you're an NP in the Baltimore area looking for a new job, take note of this opportunity for Nurse Practitioner, with specialization in Gyn-Oncology. Apply via http://relode.co/D3KJWYE via @relodehealth.

Job Description

Under limited supervision, you will perform standard and complex Neuro-diagnostic procedures.
The Nurse Practitioner works in collaboration with the physician and nursing team to provide continuous, quality care of…

Thank you so much for sharing this opportunity Debra Christal !

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Ashley Wilson my pleasure!

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Have I been out of healthcare that long

I’m a Nurse, that was in Home Care administration, I took off 15 years to raise my kids and deal with some health issues, I’ve come back to work for a small home Care Agency, that I’m rebuilding, I’m in total disbelief how things have changed. The stories Ive heard about the way Caregivers are treated and the ridiculous way agencies are taking advantage of clients.
I’m curious if this is the new normal. I’m in the Pacific Northwest originally…

I would check out those companies in that area and also read past employee reviews to get a good idea of how things are now…

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Calling all nurses: Tell me what your job is really like

Hi everyone, my name is Allana Akhtar and I am a reporter for Business Insider.

I report on different jobs, and I'm launching a feature on what it's really like to be a nurse. If you are a nurse and have a story to share, please fill out the survey at the bottom of this article: https://www.businessinsider.com/nurses-survey-what-is-the-hardest-part-about-being-a-nurse-2019-5

You can also email me if you have any other comments or concerns at a

I'm still looking for more responses on my survey! I'll can keep you anonymous in the story: https://forms.gle/WEiCnaecPM6nsLmv9

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Un-hireable

I am 49 and this is only the second time I’ve been unemployed since I was 14 years old. I have had 1-3 jobs at a time. I feel like I’m not wanted and I know I’ve only been off 4 weeks but gosh. I was a nurse for many many years and I let my license go when I became a dental assistant becuz I figured that would be my forever job. I did on the job training for the assistant position and I was terminated for taking too much time off while my adult…

KEEP THE FAITH !!

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Dog sitter, nurse,housekeeper. Experience in alit of trades.

Hello!! I am looking for a live in position that requires dog sitting, house sitting, I' have qualifications in the nursing areas,, I'm a horse owner and get along with most everyone ,I like to have honest trusting people in my life,I have four grown children two in college and to be doctor and one a surgeon my life consists of being honest working people, my family is known in the community as great individuals.references if you need them…

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Hi Jackie!

Sounds like your family has contributed to your community in a very impactful way.

I did a quick search here on…

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It's Nurses Week... Time for all of us to reach out to the angels whose healing touch help us to fight ailments.

It's time to recognize National Nurses Week. Teachers aren’t the only profession being shown some appreciation.

Members of the nation's most-trusted profession – nurses – are, too.

I look at nursing as the ground forces that do the majority of work involved with the patient complying with doctor orders, Most have only a vague understanding about what nurses do, what their responsibilities are and how involved they become with all aspects of a

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so true, I work with Dementia and Alzheimer's patients.

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