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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
3 months ago

Nursing Virtual Hiring Event, March 4th!

Chicago, IL - Northwestern Medicine is hosting a Virtual Nursing Hiring Event on Thursday, March 4.

Northwestern Medicine is seeking both new graduate nurses and experienced nurses to join our team. Register to attend today at Nursing Virtual Hiring Event-March 4th-Chicago Campus

New Graduate Opportunities:

  • General Medicine
  • Pulmonary Step Down
  • General Inpatient Surgery
  • Ortho
  • Neurosciences
  • Transplant
  • Heart Failure
  • Cardiac Step Down (CVT)
  • Telemetry
  • Oncology
  • Women’s Health
  • Critical Care (if new graduate meets minimum clinical hours)
  • Emergency Department (if new graduate meets minimum clinical hours)
  • Peri-Operative Program

Please submit an application and a Northwestern Medicine nurse recruiters will review and reach out soon.

Please note this is an invite only event and an HR screening will occur prior to your confirmation for the Virtual Interview Day on March 4th.

Register for an interview at Nursing Virtual Hiring Event-March 4th-Chicago Campus

Thank you for your interest in Northwestern Medicine.

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Michele Doyle
over 6 months ago

I had the unfortunate experience of being under Northwestern Medicine for about 18 months. During that time, many, many people were laid off from the wonderful hospital I worked at (Marianjoy.) Northwestern took a small, friendly, wonderful hospital and made it into its own likeness which is terrible. There was never any communication from leadership and even when they pretended to take an interest, they didn't care about the employees. It is a huge corporation which just doesn't care about its 30,000 employees. They eventually did away with my whole department, giving no thought to the people who had worked for Marianjoy for so many years. The best thing they ever did for me was to lay me off and let me get away from a horrible institution. I cannot say anything bad about their healthcare. The doctors I know were in practice before NM took over. Northwestern Medicine is the most incompetent entity I have ever had the unfortunate experience to work for. They were horrible, plain and simple. You don't want to work for them unless you absolutely have to.