New Graduate RN needed for Acute & Intermediate Coronary Care
Target Start Date will be January-April 2021
This opportunity is for new graduate RN's who are in their final
semester of nursing school or who have graduated within the past 12
months of the anticipated start date and have worked as an RN for
less than 6 months. It is expected that the applicants will have
their North Carolina RN license prior to the first day of
This is a 36 hours/week, day/night and weekend rotation with
self-scheduling to meet the individual and department needs and
qualifies for state benefits.
3 Anderson is a 25 bed unit that is comprised of 6
step-down beds and 19 acute care beds. Patients on this unit
includes myocardial infarction, heart failure, and arrhythmia. Also
included in our care are pre and post cardiac catheterization and
electrophysiology procedures such as pacemaker placement,
implantable cardioverter-defibrillator placement and ablation. All
nurses on the unit rotate through the ICCU and are experienced with
multiple vasoactive infusions and invasive devices, including
arterial lines and chest tubes.
The RN provides competent clinical nursing care consistent with
professional standards. Reporting and accountable to the Nurse
Manager/Director, the Clinical Nurse is responsible for
coordinating and delivering patient care utilizing the nursing
process in a hospital setting.
New Graduate Nurses are part of the UNC Medical Center Residency
Program (NRP). This program is a yearlong program supporting
transition from academia to practice for new graduate nurses. The
program is layered on top of orientation to provide mentored
clinical relationships which support development as a professional
Graduation from a state-accredited school of professional
nursing. If hired after January 6, 2014, must be enrolled in an
accredited program within four years of employment, and obtain a
Bachelor's degree with a major in Nursing or a Master's degree with
a major in Nursing within seven years of employment date.
Licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in the state of North
Carolina by the day of clinical care. Basic Life Support (BLS) for
Healthcare Provider certification.