Nursing Station Technician Salary-Fairvew
- 0Mar 26, '11 by duckyluck111Hello! I'm interested in going through a HUC program and CNA program at Hennepin Technical College in the hopes of obtaining a Nursing Station Technician position in the Fairview system. I have worked as a volunteer at Woodwinds hospital but otherwise have no experience in the health care field. What kinds of other experiences could help me get such a position and how much would something like that pay? My ultimate goal is to finish school and become an RN, however I am taking the slow boat on that route and need to pay my way through school and support my family in the meantime. Any insights would be appreciated.
- 0Aug 9, '11 by <3nursing0329I know you wrote this a long time ago, but just in case you were still thinking about being an NST at Fairview I thought I'd comment. I work at Fairview as an NST and I just started at 15.10 an hour, but 16 something on weekends. The only thing that stinks is that we have to pay for parking, but it really isn't very expensive. Let me know if you have any other questions.
- 0Mar 9, '12 by stigrlHi, I just applied for a couple of these positions online! Wondering if you have any insight into getting hired with Fairview. I only have 5 months of PT experience as a CNA, but 6 years office experience if that counts for anything. Should I play up that I'm trying to get in a nursing program?
- 0Mar 27, '12 by RN2BKSReally!? I'm sorry! I applied to a couple of positions like 2 days ago and they already said Not selected blah blah..I wonder if it is super hard to get into Fairview? I'm moving to Minnesota in May and I'm applying like crazy! I have 4 years of experience so I hope I hear from someone soon! How about you? Are you applying everywhere?
- 0Mar 28, '12 by stigrlYes I'm applying to pretty much any hospital I can think of for anything with evening or night shifts. I do have another job currently so I'm not in an URGENT need, but I would like to get something to get started on hospital experience and also be a better fit for my class schedule. It's just frustrating getting absolutlely NO response.
Can I ask what area you're moving to and if you're going into nursing school? I live in St. Paul and am doing prereqs at Inver Hills CC.
- 0Mar 28, '12 by RN2BKSI'm moving to St. Paul and I'm doing my prereqs as well! I am in desperate need of a Day/Evening position. I work at Children's Hospital Colorado right now and I really want a pediatrics position. Hopefully I will get in somewhere? I applied to Saint Catherine's and they accepted me into the Bachelor Day program but not the actual nursing program, so I don't know if it is hard to get into the program after I do the prereqs they want. I also applied to the U of MN but won't hear from them until the middle of April.
- 0Mar 29, '12 by stigrlCool! Let me know if you find a job. I'm sure you will with that experience.
I believe St Kate's nursing program is somewhat easy to get into as long as you take their prereqs. I know someone doing that right now and she was accepted in the fall program no problem. I'm not applying anywhere until next year.... but I'm already nervous!!