At least in Ohio, a BS degree in any field will allow you to substitute teach. You still must pass the background check.
Last edit by bwidlits on Jan 23, '11
: Reason: clarification
Quote from TheCommuter
1. You could be a pharmaceutical representative
2. Case manager
3. Utilization review
4. Instructor in a medical assistant program
6. Medical supply salesperson
7. Office manager for a clinic
8. Staffing coordinator
9. Administrative assistant at a healthcare facility
I seriously doubt that most of these employers would hire an RN without an intact license. If a facility's policy requires an RN for a position, then that RN must be in good standing. You can't call yourself a Registered Nurse without the registered part, even if you do
possess the knowledge. Hiring an RN without a license would only call attention to the lack of license and the reason for the lack. A case manager or utilization review consultant that does not possess a professional license under which to make decisions?
Last edit by roser13 on Jan 23, '11