The good thing about the 16 week go live is that it allows you to update your resume with pertinent experience in the field and it gives you something to talk about in your interviews. Finding a job after, is up to you.
When I worked as a consultant, I've met plenty of nurses who were doing their first go live as super users, and then months later, I heard from them and they told me they got a job.
The ones I know who got a job after the superuser gig, were those who got very agressive about finding a job. In other words, they updated their resume and they applied to thousands of positions and eventually they landed a job. Ok, a thousand positions might be an exaggeration, but the point is that they were out there hustling for a job and they weren't waiting for somebody to come to them with one.
Now, this about 3-4 years ago and what has changed is that nowadays I see more resumes with master's in informatics but quite a few don't have informatics experience, and even people with master's degree are overlooked when a candidate has actual, relevant experience. About 2 months ago one of the hospitals I work with, hired an entry level analyst, mainly because she had super user experience, and she was competing against a few candidates with masters degrees in informatics, but no experience.
So i say your chances of finding a job are high, but you have to go out there and really look for jobs, apply for jobs, network for jobs---in short, hustle for jobs. That 16 week experience will probably land you a job, but again, you have to do the searching, the applying, the interviewing, and well, you have to be persistent, and I'm pretty sure you will find one. Others have done it, why couldn't you?
Also, a relevant resume is always a good thing to have. I'm still seeing resumes which emphasize clinical experience an I wish I could tell these candidates, "you're applying for an informatics position, not a bedside nursing position." In my site, i had one post about what to have on a resume, but looking back, didn't really make it clear that people should really emphasize their informatics experience, if they have one. Guess need to update or write a new post, but too lazy!
Congrats, and I think is just a matter of time when you'll be able to get away from bedside nursing!