Advice on how to get back into a hospital? - page 3
I see it is a common issue among nurses now. I graduated in 1995. I worked in a hospital on long island from 1995-2008. I left after my children were born. At that time, it was not too difficult to get a job. I did also work for... Read More
- 0Jan 23, '13 by LadyFree28Quote from dspaccWhat she may be talking about is a Skills-Based Résumé. I am returning to acute care after being out of a facility for 7 years (Worked on a Tele/Stepdown unit, as a PCT). This was suggested to me when I went to a career event and I spoke to a HR recruiter before I graduated.Please tell me how you would alter a resume to look current
I do have current homecare experience, but that is not acute care.
I was able to group my acute care experience with my experience with a hospital-affiliated Rehab Hospital (as a LPN) and based my skills on what I did in home care, office work, LTC, etc. I landed the phone screen, the were interested, interviewed REALLY well, and got a new grad position as a RN. I have gotten more calls, emails, etc DAILY from tweaking my résumé, I feel it has been a better turnaround, from getting the rejections...much better!
- 0Jan 25, '13 by LadyFree28Quote from dspaccI googled RN experienced résumé, and tailored it...here are a few examples:Is there examples on this site of this kind of resume? Would you email me a copy of your resume so I can see how it's dne?
Any help would be really great. My brother had made my resume, but it's more of a traditional resume. I'd be interested to see how it is done
The first one is how my résumé is set up. I am more than happy to PM my résumé sample to you over the weekend.