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Mt. Sinai $68,000 effective 1/07... Read More

  1. by   thewobbles
    Non profits can have 403(b) plans, which are similar to 401(k) plans, where employees can make contributions. They can also make contributions to what are "traditional" pension plans, where there are little or no employee contributions, and the employee receives a guaranteed monthly benefit at retirement.
  2. by   mcs293
    Precise, Current INFO Needed!


    Lincoln Medical Center (HHC)?
    Night differential?
    BSN differential (if any)?
  3. by   melhunny46
    does anyone know how the North Shore Critical Care fellowship is for nurses and new graduates?
  4. by   SarasotaRN2b
    Do a search and look for any postings from billythekid. I believe, he was accepted into the program awhile back.

    I've heard more favorable postings from NS than I had of LIJ's critical care program. I used to work at NS-Manhasset years back as a medical secretary and enjoyed working there in general.

    Kris
  5. by   nyaussie
    Thanks for the detailed info. Is this for Mt. Sinai in Manhattan or Queens?



    Quote from FutureRN19
    Nursing Salaries at Mount Sinai

    Clinical Nurse:
    • $70,043.69; $72,145 effective 1/09; $74,309 effective 1/10 - immediately upon hire. (full time)
    • Per Diem rate of $47.47/hr; $48.90/hr effective 1/09; $50.36 effective 1/10 plus $2.76/hr for evening/night differential.
    Nurse Practitioner/Education Specialist/Clinician:
    • $91,361.57; $94,102.41 effective 1/09; $96,925.49 effective 1/10 - immediately upon hire. (full time)
    • NP Per Diem rate of $53.26/hr; $54.86 effective 1/09; $56.50 effective 1/10 plus $2.76/hr for evening/night differential.
    Up to $7,500 additional for 10 years most recent experience; ($7,600 effective 1/09; $7,700 effective 1/10); $1,000 for BSN ($1,300 effective 1/09) (clinical nurse), $1,200 for Masters ($1,500 effective 1/09) (clinical nurse), $1,500 for Doctorate ($1,700 effective 1/09), shift differential $5,400, ($5,850 effective 1/09); certification award $1,250; ($2,200 effective 1/09); preceptor pay of $18.75/shift ($23.50 effective 1/09) and charge pay of $2.50/hr ($3.00/hr effective 7/10).
    Across the board increases: 3% 1/2009; 3% 1/2010
  6. by   CariocaRN
    Does anyone know the starting salary at KINGS COUNTY??? I know they don't have the best reputation, but I'm having clinicals there, so I'm just wondering.

    Thanks a lot.
  7. by   FutureRN19
    Quote from nyaussie
    Thanks for the detailed info. Is this for Mt. Sinai in Manhattan or Queens?

    Hi, This info is for Manhattan, not sure about queens though...
  8. by   xos4eva
    Kings County is part of HHC and from what I hear we are currently having a hiring freeze. The starting pay for most HHC hospitals is approximately 65K/ yr and there is about a 5-6K night differential and you also get 900 - 1000 for your BSN. As someone has already mentioned NYSNA benefits suck. They have changed our perscription benefits and they have taken away our vision benefits........ Experience is awesome, since it's a city hospital and we see anything and everything.
  9. by   nyaussie
    Mount Sinai Queens is 61K for days. They only require 12 shifts per month not 13 as many other hospitals do. Benefits start 90 days after hiring and it is 1199. Tuition reimbursement is effective 1 year after employment at 6 credits per semester.
  10. by   nyaussie
    Quote from ericka312
    Kings County is part of HHC and from what I hear we are currently having a hiring freeze. The starting pay for most HHC hospitals is approximately 65K/ yr and there is about a 5-6K night differential and you also get 900 - 1000 for your BSN. As someone has already mentioned NYSNA benefits suck. They have changed our perscription benefits and they have taken away our vision benefits........ Experience is awesome, since it's a city hospital and we see anything and everything.
    Not sure when the hiring freeze started but they called me a couple weeks ago for an interview for a med/surg position. I declined the interview so unable to find out more info.
  11. by   xos4eva
    You didn't want to work at HHC? Where are you looking at working? Right now I work at Woodhull in the pediatric emergency room but am considering doing a travel position in cali. Things aren't finalized yet but it's always an option.
  12. by   nyaussie
    Quote from ericka312
    You didn't want to work at HHC? Where are you looking at working? Right now I work at Woodhull in the pediatric emergency room but am considering doing a travel position in cali. Things aren't finalized yet but it's always an option.
    Working for HHC didn't bother me I just had another couple offers by the time they got around to calling. Best of luck in you decision!
  13. by   ambitiousgal06
    I am a novice nurse who is having problems obtaining employment. Since August I have applied to over 20 locations. Any one have advice.

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