Description SHIFT: SCHEDULE: *Only ONE StaRN application is needed - regardless of hospital** Come and join our StaRN New Graduate program! We invite new graduates to apply for a unique opportunity to receive didactic and clinical training in the area of Mother Baby, Labor and Deliver, NICU, PICU, PEDI, Emergency Department, Operating Room, or Medical Surgical. This program will allow new graduates to obtain experience through an intensive internship program and then transition to staff roles. *** Please read thoroughly*** This program can be from 12-22 weeks, depending on department you are hired into. The program consist of simulation lab, on-site training, and on-line coursework. During the first part of the training time (first 5-11 weeks), the schedule will be Monday- Friday, with 40 hour work weeks at a centralized location. Most days will be in typical business hours (8 AM- 5 PM). The 2nd part is preceptorship at the hospital you were hired for; shifts will transition to 12 hours. The start date of the program will be: June & July 2019 Attendance is imperative and all days are required to remain in the program. No days can be missed. All who successfully complete the StaRN program will transition into full-time roles at hospital you are hired for, in the department they are selected for during the initial interview process. All who are selected for this program will be asked to sign a 2 year commitment with the facility that they are hired at. If a candidate chooses to leave the facility before the 2 year commitment is fulfilled, they will be required to meet a pro-rated monetary responsibility . Texas Orthopedic Hospital Texas Orthopedic Hospital has been serving the greater Houston area since 1995, and has grown to also become an international destination for patients seeking specialty orthopedic care. The majority of our orthopedic surgeons are members of Fondren Orthopedic Group , an association of physicians globally recognized for leadership in orthopedic medicine. Our physicians are internationally renowned, and many have completed fellowships in the subspecialties they excel in. As a result, patients at Texas Orthopedic Hospital receive precise diagnoses and the very latest in treatment options. Qualifications Requirements: Graduate of an accredited nursing school within the last 9 months Texas RN license required to start the program. NCLEX test results must be received by the Wednesday before the cohort starts. Previous medical or service industry experience preferred Self-motivated and strong communication skills required BSN Required
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