mt sinai clinical nurse

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    Dearest nurses,

    I'm trying to apply to mt sinai and saw that there are positions called "clinical nurse" , now is that the same as a regular floor nurse???
    I am trying to find a regular nursing job (NOT clinical nurse specialist etc) JUST a RN position on a floor.

    Anyone know? Thanks!
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    Clinical Nurse is a regular floor nurse. So apply to those postings. Clinical Nurse is not a CLinical Nurse Specialist hence why there is not word "Specialist" after "Clinical Nurse" in the regular entry-level RN job ads.

    FYI, Mount Sinai is very swamped with applications and even if you volunteer there or worked there in another capacity, it is not guaranteed you will even get an interview. This I know from speaking with Recruiters and friends of mine who worked and/or volunteered at Mount Sinai and though they had great job performance, where not even given an interview. Also as you may see on threads on allnurses.com, it seems that Sinai gives some people interviews to appear "politically correct" that they are giving people a chance however when people that interviewed with them follow up with the recruiter, the recruiter never once returns a call or email and never lets them know if they were hired or not. I think that is rude.

    Try the NYC HHC hospitals, they are hiring and they willing to give new grads a chance as long as you show commitment to the hospital and do not appear to look to bounce out to another hospital such as NYP or Sinai after getting your year of experience in. (Btw, I think this is not nice, if a hospital is willing to train new grads it would be nice for new grads to show some loyalty to the hospital by staying at least 2-3 years there and not take their experience to a hospital that was arrogant and not willing to train...ahem, NYP. You know those emails they send periodically to new grads telling them to get a year of experience elsewhere and apply to NYP after a year. Lol.)
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    Thank you so much for the info!!!! I really appreciate it. Btw do u know if Sinai is trauma? 1,2,3??
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    Clinical Nurse is a regular floor nurse. So apply to those postings. Clinical Nurse is not a CLinical Nurse Specialist hence why there is not word "Specialist" after "Clinical Nurse" in the regular entry-level RN job ads.

    FYI, Mount Sinai is very swamped with applications and even if you volunteer there or worked there in another capacity, it is not guaranteed you will even get an interview. This I know from speaking with Recruiters and friends of mine who worked and/or volunteered at Mount Sinai and though they had great job performance, where not even given an interview. Also as you may see on threads on allnurses.com, it seems that Sinai gives some people interviews to appear "politically correct" that they are giving people a chance however when people that interviewed with them follow up with the recruiter, the recruiter never once returns a call or email and never lets them know if they were hired or not. I think that is rude.

    Try the NYC HHC hospitals, they are hiring and they willing to give new grads a chance as long as you show commitment to the hospital and do not appear to look to bounce out to another hospital such as NYP or Sinai after getting your year of experience in. (Btw, I think this is not nice, if a hospital is willing to train new grads it would be nice for new grads to show some loyalty to the hospital by staying at least 2-3 years there and not take their experience to a hospital that was arrogant and not willing to train...ahem, NYP. You know those emails they send periodically to new grads telling them to get a year of experience elsewhere and apply to NYP after a year. Lol.)
    A recruiter called me about scheduling an interview. Unfortunately, I was asleep when the phone rang because I work nights. I called back 10 mins after, left a voice mail & she never returned my call. Even if the position was filled or they found someone with better credentials, it would've been nice to at least get a phone call telling me that.


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