Methodist Health System

       

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Dallas-based Methodist Health System has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of the fastest-growing health systems in the U.S. Over the past decade, our nonprofit health system has tripled in size. Ten hospitals proudly carry the Methodist name as part of Methodist Health System or through joint-venture affiliations. Soon our 11th hospital will open in Midlothian. Plus, Methodist Medical Group, the physician organization affiliated with Methodist Health System, includes over two dozen Methodist Family Health Centers and Medical Groups, Methodist Urgent Care clinics, and other specialty practices throughout North Texas.

Our dedication to quality care and our commitment to our employees go hand in hand. So it’s not surprising that Methodist Health System continues winning recognition in both areas, including:

  • Methodist Dallas, Methodist Mansfield, and Methodist Richardson Medical Centers: Magnet®-designated for nursing excellence
  • A Best Place to Work 15 years straight by the Dallas Business Journal
  • Becker’s Hospital Review 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare nine years in a row
  • Ranked No. 2 Top Hospitals and Health Systems in America by DiversityInc
  • One of three 2019 Top Healthcare Diversity Organization in the U.S.

At Methodist Health System, we’re more than a team. We’re family. We respect each other, support each other, and even play softball together. Most of all, we collaborate to be the best caregivers possible. In our cooperative, friendly workplace, the contribution of every person matters. That’s why our leadership listens to you and welcomes your voice in process initiatives.

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Methodist Health System Mansfield, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging nursing position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for our patients in a Magnet Designated Facility. You must be able to communicate clearly and openly building relationships that promote a collaborative environment. Be accountable for your performance and take initiative for your professional growth. Always look for ways to improve the patient experience while being engaged and eager to build a winning team. Your Job Requirements: Magnet Hospital designation requires all new hires to have BSN or commitment to obtain BSN within 24 months of hire date Current Registered Nurse License to practice professional nursing in the State of Texas Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BCLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation Full-time & Part-time positions require at least 6 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting PRN positions require at least 12 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting Resource Team – all positions require 24 months RN experience in an Acute Care Setting Med/Surg Resource Team requires experience in Med/Surg and Telemetry area Critical Care Resource Team requires experience in ICU and Emergency Services Women's Services Resource Team requires experience in at least 2 of the Women's Services areas (Labor & Delivery, NICU, Nursery, or Family Center Care ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS PER NURSING UNIT: Med/Surg, Surgical Acute, Cardiac Telemetry, Medical Telemetry Neuro Units, and Med Surg Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification. If not currently ACLS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Critical Care Units; ICU, IMC, CVICU, Cardiac Cath Lab, and PCIU Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Emergency Services Department and Critical Care Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS or ENPC certification. If not currently PALS or ENPC certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Surgical Services; Operating Room, GI Lab, Recovery Room, Med Day, Pre-Admission Testing Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS certification. If not currently PALS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Women's Services; Labor & Delivery, Nursery, NICU and Family Center Care (FCC) Labor & Delivery Units require American Heart Association ACLS certification to be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. NICU, Nursery, and Family Center Care require current NRP certification. If not currently NRP certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment.
Oct 18, 2019
Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging position, you will collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for our patients by providing lactation management services to expectant and new parents in accordance with the hospital's philosophy. Your Job Requirements: Currently certified as Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) preferred 2 years experience in lactation consulting required Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 18, 2019
Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: Registered nurse renders highly professional and technical nursing care to assigned patients. Provides direct and indirect patient care using the nursing process (assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation). Directs and supervises other assigned team members and collaborates with multidisciplinary team members to provide age/developmentally appropriate care in accordance with unit standards of care. Your Job Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing. BSN Preferred Current BCLS Certification Current additional certifications as required by department Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas or eligibility to do so Work experience: at least 6 months RN experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 17, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: Professional nursing position for an individual with extensive transplant coordinator experience, knowledge base and skills. This position provides leadership and is the key resource related to a specified organ transplant population with regards to program development, daily operations, and problem-solving. Serves as a member of the multidisciplinary care and research teams, composed of surgeons, nephrologists, gastroenterologists, cardiologists, urologists, pathologists, psychologists, social workers, staff nurse, and a wide range of other team specialists. Primary emphasis is on the treatment of individuals with end-stage organ disease that are designated to have a solid organ transplant. Provides continuity and coordination of patient care; conducts patient and professional education initiatives; collaborative relationship with multidisciplinary teams, community resources, and agencies. Education: Bachelor of Science Nursing Licenses and/or Certifications: Current license to practice professional nursing in the state of Texas – REQUIRED Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS certification – REQUIRED Specialty certification (CCRD, CCTC)- Preferred Related Work Experience and Other Skills: Able to communicate clearly and diplomatically Able to develop and maintain good working relationships with all levels of staff, patients and family members Bilingual skills preferred (Spanish and English) Demonstrate critical thinking skills Excellent customer service skills Must be professional and friendly in interacting with patients and staff Proficient with technical office equipment including computers, printers, fax, copiers, and telephones Must have excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written skills Maintain patient confidentiality Works independently and is a team player Participates in C.E. activities, responsible for own professional education Promote organ donation by giving in-service to schools, church, and other professional organization Minimum of 2 years of RN experience Your Job Responsibilities: Pre-Transplant Coordination: Coordinates the pre-transplant evaluation process and collaborates with the multidisciplinary team to ensure timely completion Participates in the patient selection committee Assures patient is listed and method of contact during waiting period is clearly established Update pre-transplant charts while waiting on the list at least annually Coordinates transplant admission process when organ offers are made for the potential recipient and back up recipients Coordinates and participates in the patient/ family education and maintains proper documentation Triages patient and/or donor calls based on transplant population needs Coordinates transplant clinics Assists the development and updating of educational material, protocols and standard orders Coordinates organ offers, calls in patients for transplant and coordinates admission process by contacting all departments and physicians involved in transplantation procedure Assures short and long term care plans from dialysis centers are obtained and placed in patients' records Inpatient coordination: Communicates with third-party payers regarding transplant procedures and provides medical necessity documentation as required Makes daily rounds with the multidisciplinary team and communicates with the charge nurse and primary physician on the plan of care Assures implementation of care pathways and evaluates adherence Ensures prescriptions, self-monitoring, and safety equipment are acquired for patient discharge Documents data requirements for regulatory agencies on inpatient stay Assures multidisciplinary care form is completed on ESRD status at the time of discharge Post-Transplant Coordination of transplant patient population: Coordinates and participates in the patient/ family education post-transplant and maintains proper documentation Coordinates transplant clinics Assures required to follow up clinical management occurs Monitors post-transplant patient clinical data and assures data is reviewed by a physician as required Communicates with patient and referring/primary physicians regarding changes in medications and other clinical management Responsible for improving and influencing quality patient care and transplant program function: Participates in all quality assurance related activities Maintains current in-depth knowledge of professional nursing theory and practice, techniques in solid organ transplantation, behavioral and psychosocial problems and their treatment Maintains knowledge of hospital/program philosophies, policies, and guidelines Conducts self as a professional, clinical expert in the area of practice, thus providing a role model for others Participates in educational programs sponsored by the Medical Center and those sponsored by outside agencies Reviews professional nursing/medical journals and texts for pertinent and timely data Belongs to and participates in professional nursing and specialty organizations Serves as a consultant and resource person: Present and participates in continuing educational and in-service education programs for nursing staff and other members of the health care team Present and participates in community educational programs Works with Transplant unit leadership special projects related to the care of the transplant patient Serves as a resource to other transplant programs Consults with the staff of other units where transplant patient is housed
Oct 17, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Methodist Charlton Medical Center is seeking a full time DAY Registered Nurse to join the Neurology/Pulmonary Unit. Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging nursing position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for our med-surg patients in advanced facilities that include a primary stroke center and a long-term acute care unit. Your Job Requirements: Graduate from an accredited school of nursing Current BCLS certification;ACLS certification preferred Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas or eligibility to do so At least 1 year med-surg RN experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 16, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: Registered nurse renders highly professional and technical nursing care to assigned patients. Provides direct and indirect patient care using the nursing process (assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation). Directs and supervises other assigned team members and collaborates with multidisciplinary team members to provide age/developmentally appropriate care in accordance with unit standards of care. Your Job Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing. BSN Preferred Current BLS and ACLS Certification Current additional certifications as required by department Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas or eligibility to do so Work experience: at least 6 months Critical Care RN experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: Registered nurse renders highly professional and technical nursing care to assigned patients. Provides direct and indirect patient care using the nursing process (assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation). Directs and supervises other assigned team members and collaborates with multidisciplinary team members to provide age/developmentally appropriate care in accordance with unit standards of care. Your Job Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing. BSN Preferred Current BLS and ACLS Certification Current additional certifications as required by department Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas or eligibility to do so Work experience: at least 6 months Critical Care RN experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: Registered nurse renders highly professional and technical nursing care to assigned patients. Provides direct and indirect patient care using the nursing process (assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation). Directs and supervises other assigned team members and collaborates with multidisciplinary team members to provide age/developmentally appropriate care in accordance with unit standards of care. Your Job Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing. BSN Preferred Current BLS and ACLS Certification Current additional certifications as required by department Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas or eligibility to do so Work experience: at least 1 year Critical Care RN experience required for Weekender Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging nursing position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for patients in our growing med-surg and med-tele units, which support a wide range of services, from cardiac and neurological procedures to joint replacement surgery and oncology. Your Job Requirements: Graduate from an accredited school of nursing BSN strongly preferred Healthcare Provider BLS certification required Current ACLS certification Current other certifications as required by department Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas or eligibility to do so At least 6 months RN experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and rewarding nursing position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide care for our surgical patients recovering from general, regional or local anesthesia. Your Job Requirements: Graduate from an accredited school of nursing BSN strongly preferred Healthcare Provider BLS certification required Current ACLS certification required Current PALS certification required Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas or eligibility to do so At least 6 months post-anesthesia RN experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: Registered nurse renders highly professional and technical nursing care to assigned patients. Provides direct and indirect patient care using the nursing process (assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation). Directs and supervises other assigned team members and collaborates with multidisciplinary team members to provide age/developmentally appropriate care in accordance with unit standards of care. Your Job Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing. BSN Preferred Current BCLS Certification Current additional certifications as required by department Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas or eligibility to do so Work experience: at least 6 months RN experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Mansfield, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging nursing position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for our patients in a Magnet Designated Facility. You must be able to communicate clearly and openly building relationships that promote a collaborative environment. Be accountable for your performance and take initiative for your professional growth. Always look for ways to improve the patient experience while being engaged and eager to build a winning team. Your Job Requirements: Magnet Hospital designation requires all new hires to have BSN or commitment to obtain BSN Current Registered Nurse License to practice professional nursing in the State of Texas Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BCLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation Full-time & Part-time positions require at least 6 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting PRN positions require at least 12 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting Resource Team – all positions require 24 months RN experience in an Acute Care Setting Med/Surg Resource Team requires experience in Med/Surg and Telemetry area Critical Care Resource Team requires experience in ICU and Emergency Services Women's Services Resource Team requires experience in at least 2 of the Women's Services areas (Labor & Delivery, NICU, Nursery, or Family Center Care ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS PER NURSING UNIT: Med/Surg, Surgical Acute, Cardiac Telemetry, Medical Telemetry Neuro Units, and Med Surg Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification. If not currently ACLS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Critical Care Units; ICU, IMC, CVICU, Cardiac Cath Lab, and PCIU Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Emergency Services Department and Critical Care Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS or ENPC certification. If not currently PALS or ENPC certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Surgical Services; Operating Room, GI Lab, Recovery Room, Med Day, Pre-Admission Testing Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS certification. If not currently PALS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Women's Services; Labor & Delivery, Nursery, NICU and Family Center Care (FCC) Labor & Delivery Units require American Heart Association ACLS certification to be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. NICU, Nursery, and Family Center Care require current NRP certification. If not currently NRP certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment.
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Mansfield, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and rewarding nursing position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for our patients. The Nursing Clinical Coordinator role is to assist the Nurse Manager in achieving an environment of excellence in clinical quality, safety, and service. Supports the Vision, Values, Mission, and Strategic Plans of MHS. Functions as a staff nurse and/or relief charge nurse as needed on his/her assigned unit. Assumes a nursing leadership role as delegated by the Nurse Manager. Your Job Requirements: Graduate from an accredited school of nursing Current CPR certification required Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas National certification in specialty area or will obtain within one year or minimal amount of time that requirements can be met. Bachelor degree in Nursing preferred Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast paced, and challenging nursing position, Nurse Resident renders highly professional and technical nursing care to assigned patients. Provides direct and indirect patient care using the nursing process (assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation). Directs and supervises other assigned team members and collaborates with multidisciplinary team members to provide age/developmentally appropriate care in accordance with unit standards of care. Your Job Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing Current BCLS Certification Current ACLS Certification Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas or eligibility to do so No work experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: Registered nurse renders highly professional and technical nursing care to assigned patients. Provides direct and indirect patient care using the nursing process (assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation). Directs and supervises other assigned team members and collaborates with multidisciplinary team members to provide age/developmentally appropriate care in accordance with unit standards of care. Your Job Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing. BSN Preferred Current BCLS Certification Current additional certifications as required by department Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas or eligibility to do so Work experience: at least 6 months RN experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging nursing position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members from various specialties within the hospital to provide age/developmentally appropriate care in accordance with unit standards of care. e. Your Job Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing BSN strongly preferred Current Healthcare Provider BLS certification required Current ACLS certification required Current additional certifications as required by department Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas or eligibility to do so Work experience: at least 2 years RN experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Dallas, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast paced, and challenging nursing position, Nurse Resident renders highly professional and technical nursing care to assigned patients. Provides direct and indirect patient care using the nursing process (assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation). Directs and supervises other assigned team members and collaborates with multidisciplinary team members to provide age/developmentally appropriate care in accordance with unit standards of care. Your Job Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing Current BCLS Certification Current ACLS Certification Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas or eligibility to do so No work experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Mansfield, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging nursing position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for our patients in a Magnet Designated Facility. You must be able to communicate clearly and openly building relationships that promote a collaborative environment. Be accountable for your performance and take initiative for your professional growth. Always look for ways to improve the patient experience while being engaged and eager to build a winning team. Your Job Requirements: Magnet Hospital designation requires all new hires to have BSN or commitment to obtain BSN Current Registered Nurse License to practice professional nursing in the State of Texas Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BCLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation Full-time & Part-time positions require at least 6 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting PRN positions require at least 12 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting Resource Team – all positions require 24 months RN experience in an Acute Care Setting Med/Surg Resource Team requires experience in Med/Surg and Telemetry area Critical Care Resource Team requires experience in ICU and Emergency Services Women's Services Resource Team requires experience in at least 2 of the Women's Services areas (Labor & Delivery, NICU, Nursery, or Family Center Care ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS PER NURSING UNIT: Med/Surg, Surgical Acute, Cardiac Telemetry, Medical Telemetry Neuro Units, and Med Surg Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification. If not currently ACLS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Critical Care Units; ICU, IMC, CVICU, Cardiac Cath Lab, and PCIU Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Emergency Services Department and Critical Care Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS or ENPC certification. If not currently PALS or ENPC certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Surgical Services; Operating Room, GI Lab, Recovery Room, Med Day, Pre-Admission Testing Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS certification. If not currently PALS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Women's Services; Labor & Delivery, Nursery, NICU and Family Center Care (FCC) Labor & Delivery Units require American Heart Association ACLS certification to be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. NICU, Nursery, and Family Center Care require current NRP certification. If not currently NRP certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment.
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Mansfield, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging nursing position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for our patients in a Magnet Designated Facility. You must be able to communicate clearly and openly building relationships that promote a collaborative environment. Be accountable for your performance and take initiative for your professional growth. Always look for ways to improve the patient experience while being engaged and eager to build a winning team. Your Job Requirements: Magnet Hospital designation requires all new hires to have BSN or commitment to obtain BSN Current Registered Nurse License to practice professional nursing in the State of Texas Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BCLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation Full-time & Part-time positions require at least 6 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting PRN positions require at least 12 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting Resource Team – all positions require 24 months RN experience in an Acute Care Setting Med/Surg Resource Team requires experience in Med/Surg and Telemetry area Critical Care Resource Team requires experience in ICU and Emergency Services Women's Services Resource Team requires experience in at least 2 of the Women's Services areas (Labor & Delivery, NICU, Nursery, or Family Center Care ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS PER NURSING UNIT: Med/Surg, Surgical Acute, Cardiac Telemetry, Medical Telemetry Neuro Units, and Med Surg Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification. If not currently ACLS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Critical Care Units; ICU, IMC, CVICU, Cardiac Cath Lab, and PCIU Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Emergency Services Department and Critical Care Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS or ENPC certification. If not currently PALS or ENPC certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Surgical Services; Operating Room, GI Lab, Recovery Room, Med Day, Pre-Admission Testing Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS certification. If not currently PALS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Women's Services; Labor & Delivery, Nursery, NICU and Family Center Care (FCC) Labor & Delivery Units require American Heart Association ACLS certification to be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. NICU, Nursery, and Family Center Care require current NRP certification. If not currently NRP certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment.
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Mansfield, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging nursing position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for our patients in a Magnet Designated Facility. You must be able to communicate clearly and openly building relationships that promote a collaborative environment. Be accountable for your performance and take initiative for your professional growth. Always look for ways to improve the patient experience while being engaged and eager to build a winning team. Your Job Requirements: Magnet Hospital designation requires all new hires to have BSN or commitment to obtain BSN Current Registered Nurse License to practice professional nursing in the State of Texas Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BCLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation Full-time & Part-time positions require at least 6 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting PRN positions require at least 12 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting Resource Team – all positions require 24 months RN experience in an Acute Care Setting Med/Surg Resource Team requires experience in Med/Surg and Telemetry area Critical Care Resource Team requires experience in ICU and Emergency Services Women's Services Resource Team requires experience in at least 2 of the Women's Services areas (Labor & Delivery, NICU, Nursery, or Family Center Care ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS PER NURSING UNIT: Med/Surg, Surgical Acute, Cardiac Telemetry, Medical Telemetry Neuro Units, and Med Surg Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification. If not currently ACLS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Critical Care Units; ICU, IMC, CVICU, Cardiac Cath Lab, and PCIU Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Emergency Services Department and Critical Care Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS or ENPC certification. If not currently PALS or ENPC certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Surgical Services; Operating Room, GI Lab, Recovery Room, Med Day, Pre-Admission Testing Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS certification. If not currently PALS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Women's Services; Labor & Delivery, Nursery, NICU and Family Center Care (FCC) Labor & Delivery Units require American Heart Association ACLS certification to be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. NICU, Nursery, and Family Center Care require current NRP certification. If not currently NRP certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment.
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Mansfield, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging nursing position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for our patients in a Magnet Designated Facility. You must be able to communicate clearly and openly building relationships that promote a collaborative environment. Be accountable for your performance and take initiative for your professional growth. Always look for ways to improve the patient experience while being engaged and eager to build a winning team. Your Job Requirements: Magnet Hospital designation requires all new hires to have BSN or commitment to obtain BSN Current Registered Nurse License to practice professional nursing in the State of Texas Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BCLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation Full-time & Part-time positions require at least 6 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting PRN positions require at least 12 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting Resource Team – all positions require 24 months RN experience in an Acute Care Setting Med/Surg Resource Team requires experience in Med/Surg and Telemetry area Critical Care Resource Team requires experience in ICU and Emergency Services Women's Services Resource Team requires experience in at least 2 of the Women's Services areas (Labor & Delivery, NICU, Nursery, or Family Center Care ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS PER NURSING UNIT: Med/Surg, Surgical Acute, Cardiac Telemetry, Medical Telemetry Neuro Units, and Med Surg Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification. If not currently ACLS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Critical Care Units; ICU, IMC, CVICU, Cardiac Cath Lab, and PCIU Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Emergency Services Department and Critical Care Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS or ENPC certification. If not currently PALS or ENPC certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Surgical Services; Operating Room, GI Lab, Recovery Room, Med Day, Pre-Admission Testing Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS certification. If not currently PALS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Women's Services; Labor & Delivery, Nursery, NICU and Family Center Care (FCC) Labor & Delivery Units require American Heart Association ACLS certification to be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. NICU, Nursery, and Family Center Care require current NRP certification. If not currently NRP certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment.
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Mansfield, TX, USA
Your Job: In this highly technical, fast-paced, and challenging nursing position, you'll collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to provide the very best care for our patients in a Magnet Designated Facility. You must be able to communicate clearly and openly building relationships that promote a collaborative environment. Be accountable for your performance and take initiative for your professional growth. Always look for ways to improve the patient experience while being engaged and eager to build a winning team. Your Job Requirements: Magnet Hospital designation requires all new hires to have BSN or commitment to obtain BSN Current Registered Nurse License to practice professional nursing in the State of Texas Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BCLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation Full-time & Part-time positions require at least 6 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting PRN positions require at least 12 months RN experience in an Acute Care Hospital Setting Resource Team – all positions require 24 months RN experience in an Acute Care Setting Med/Surg Resource Team requires experience in Med/Surg and Telemetry area Critical Care Resource Team requires experience in ICU and Emergency Services Women's Services Resource Team requires experience in at least 2 of the Women's Services areas (Labor & Delivery, NICU, Nursery, or Family Center Care ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS PER NURSING UNIT: Med/Surg, Surgical Acute, Cardiac Telemetry, Medical Telemetry Neuro Units, and Med Surg Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification. If not currently ACLS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Critical Care Units; ICU, IMC, CVICU, Cardiac Cath Lab, and PCIU Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Emergency Services Department and Critical Care Resource Team Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS or ENPC certification. If not currently PALS or ENPC certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Surgical Services; Operating Room, GI Lab, Recovery Room, Med Day, Pre-Admission Testing Current American Heart Association ACLS certification must be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. Current PALS certification. If not currently PALS certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment. Women's Services; Labor & Delivery, Nursery, NICU and Family Center Care (FCC) Labor & Delivery Units require American Heart Association ACLS certification to be submitted to Human Resources before attending New Employee Orientation. NICU, Nursery, and Family Center Care require current NRP certification. If not currently NRP certified you may be allowed to sign a commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during first 90 days of employment.
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Mansfield, TX, USA
Your Job: The Nursing Supervisor is a registered nurse who is delegated the authority and responsibility for selected programs and aspects of programs associated with all nursing departments. Responsible for planning, coordinating, and directing functions within the department of nursing on the evening and night shifts. Your Job Requirements: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from an accredited school of nursing Current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Texas At least 2 years' experience as a Registered Nurse in an acute care setting Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS card Current ACLS card Current PALS card or commitment to obtain and submit to Human Resources during the first 90 days of employment.
Oct 14, 2019
Methodist Health System Richardson, TX, USA
Your Job: Registered nurse renders highly professional and technical nursing care to assigned patients. Provides direct and indirect patient care using the nursing process (assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation). Directs and supervises other assigned team members and collaborates with multidisciplinary team members to provide age/developmentally appropriate care in accordance with unit standards of care. Your Job Requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing. BSN Preferred Current BCLS Certification Current additional certifications as required by department Current license to practice professional nursing in Texas or eligibility to do so Work experience: at least 6 months RN experience Your Job Responsibilities: Communicate clearly and openly Build relationships to promote a collaborative environment Be accountable for your performance Always look for ways to improve the patient experience Take initiative for your professional growth Be engaged and eager to build a winning team
Oct 14, 2019