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Kathleen Light
over 4 years ago

Kate Light

I have a high school diploma and am a fast-learning, hard-working, dependable person who aspires to be a nurse practitioner.

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
9 months ago

Our Communities Need YOU!

Ascension care teams are united by a common goal...

"to provide compassionate, personalized care for all - especially now, when our communities need us most."

As the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) continues and the ongoing impact remains uncertain, we invite heroes like you, to join us as we continue to provide care for our patients and communities without interruption.

Whether you are a student interested in flexible PRN opportunities or a healthcare worker who wants to temporarily rejoin the workforce, our communities need you now more than ever.

Our Employment Areas Include:

  • Nursing / Nurse Practitioner
  • Respiratory Therapists
  • Clinical Support
  • Senior Care & more!

We have a variety of full-time, part-time, and temporary employment opportunities available nationwide. Connect with an Ascension recruiter near you today at https://jobs.ascension.org

#healthcare #Nursing #NursePractitioner #RespiratoryTherapist #ClinicalSupport #SeniorCare

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
over 1 year ago

Hiring Nurse Practitioner (LTC) - Bonu$!!

UnitedHealth Group has an immediate Long Term Care Nurse Practitioner employment opportunity in Dutchess County NY.

External candidates also have an opportunity to secure a very generous sign on bonus with job offer. For more job details and application instructions please go to https://careers.unitedhealthgroup.com. Thank you

UnitedHealthGroup #HiringEvent #NursePractitioner #DutchessCounty #NewYorkJobs

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Kelly Moore
over 4 years ago

Adult-Gerontology Primary Care NP- BC

I have applied for a posting by KareFirst for the full-time Gerontology NP position on INDEED.com and was wondering who I can email regarding follow-up on this position? Any extra information would be appreciated Kelly Moore 314-520-1227 traumajunkyrn@yahoo.com

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Kathryn Faro
almost 4 years ago

How can I land a nurse practitioner position without experience as a nurse practitioner?

I am applying for jobs that meet my qualifications, but don't hear back. I have gotten one interview so far. The doctor was impressed with my Credentials and interview, but chose someone else. I did not have OR experience. I have had my CV reviewed by my professors and someone that specializes in writing CVs prior to graduating last year. How do I get more interviews and land a nurse practitioner?

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Nancy Davis
over 2 years ago

Questioning management. If you do, there will be retaliation against you

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Eva Bostrom
over 1 year ago

It's a cost little hospital with sausages when forty seasons started, have a go.

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Shanna Mowery
over 4 years ago

NP-C

I am currently looking for NP positions in my area and have been for several months. I'm getting so discouraged. I am working RN contract positions to maintain employment and skills. But I am so ready to start my new career. I really want a position in women's health and surgical nursing as an NP, as this is my passion and 90% of my RN experience, but this is a rare opportunity to find. Should I take any position I can find for the experience until I am offered the "dream job"? I don't know what managers would think about having experience but possibly leaving after a year or less or more depending on when the opportunity presents. I was told by an HR rep that with the fiscal year starting over soon, new budgets and positions will be approved and hopefully improve my chances for either. So ready to be off the floor and ready to start my new career!

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Nancy Davis
over 2 years ago
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Charlotte Cline
about 2 years ago

Concentration on providing excellent patient health care in an intergrated health environment is more important than the $$$$’s made on procedures which have not been researched and proven to actually work.

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