I needed some advice on a job interview I am going on next week at an Outpatient Surgery Center and wanted to get some input.
Little background info:
- I just started working at a nursing home/rehab 3 weeks ago. I LOVE the residents, but am not too impressed with the facility. The turn-over at my facility is extremely high. There was little to no orientation and I am being asked to do things that I have little experience doing....yet because I'm an RN, management says "you should already know, you'll be fine."
My question is, if I were to get offered the outpatient surgery center position if I should take it or if I should try and wait for a med-surg position to open up somewhere. There are very little hospital jobs for new grads in the area, but I worry if specializing in something such as outpatient surgery would limit in the end? I am also worried about leaving my current employer after only being there 3 weeks, but I am really unhappy there....
What does everyone think? Should I take the position or try to wait for a hospital job to open up? Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!!