RN positions on the outskirts of Indy?
- 0Apr 17, '12 by LadyRN10Please help!
I am graduating in May with my RN, ADN. I would like to relocate to Indiana, but am totally unfamiliar with the area and market.
My question is, how is the job market for hospital med/surg for a new grad with an ADN on the outskirts of Indy?
Thanks for any and all help
- 2Apr 18, '12 by EmTheNewRNThese links are copied from a discussion of Indy area jobs last summer:
St Vincent Hospital St. Vincent: St.Vincent Health Employment
Community Hospitals Employment, Hospital Jobs, Health Care Careers, Medical Education | Community Health Network (Many Jobs Here)
Indiana University Health Hospitals http://www.iuhealth.net/portal/IUH/careers/ (Many Here too)
Westview Hospital http://www.westviewmedical.com/index...=45&Itemid=102
Rehab Hospital of Indiana https://tbe.taleo.net/NA4/ats/career...cws=1&org=RHIN
St Francis Hospital Franciscan Alliance Online Career Center Announcements
- 0Jun 10, '12 by chemochickrnIt may be hard to get them to call you if you aren't living in Indiana yet. When we moved to the Indy area from Nevada, I didn't get one call until I changed the address on my electronic applications, and I was only applying to specific jobs where I had plenty of experience in nursing. Then suddenly the calls flooded in for interviews. I'm not kidding. One recruiter told me they don't like to interview people outside the area as they don't want to lead them on into thinking they will get help moving. If there is an address of someone you know that you can use, I would recommend using it. I would also mention in an electronic cover letter if you have a date to take the NCLEX.
- 0Nov 15, '12 by jsnyder0517Yes they do hire you before you have RN but you have to be here to start working ?! Lol. No but really you have to locate the facilities closest to where your moving and before you apply find a way (where there's a will there's a way) to call hr. ask them if they have a clinical associate program or a nurse tech program for nursing students or maybe say for 2nd year nursing students. They will like to hear that too. And then you can not waste your time applying to places that don't hire nurse techs like that.