Inova Health System - page 2
by Eric Cartman | 28,228 Views | 92 Comments
Does anybody happen to know if Inova Health Systems will hire ADN-RNs? The job postings on their website for nurse positions list a preference for BSN, or MSN, but it does not say that it is definitely required. Are there any... Read More
- 0Jun 7, '12 by Laila1219Quote from SugarPlumRNHi SugarPlumRn, I was just curious to know if you have been contacted with a decision yet since having your interview. I also interviewed with them that day but I haven't heard back yet.I have an interview with them tomorrow, I'm a ADN. I'll let you know if its a go or not...
- 0Jun 9, '12 by SugarPlumRNQuote from Laila1219Hi Laila,
Hi SugarPlumRn, I was just curious to know if you have been contacte
d with a decision yet since having your interview. I also interviewed with them that day but I haven'theard back yet.
I just was contacted last night via email for the job offer.
- 0Jun 9, '12 by SugarPlumRNQuote from CahoonHi Cahoon,Did I miss these postings? Dang! I looked on the INOVA site and only found one posting for a night tele position. Am I looking in the wrong place, or are these 150 jobs gone already? Thanks for any info.
A new batch of jobs are posted under inovas site...apply NOW! They remove them quickly.
- 0Jun 9, '12 by 0402When I search right now, I see a few New Grad positions: Ortho @ Fair Oaks, Stroke Unit @ FFH, Med/ surg @ IMVH (part time), surgical unit @ Loudon and then I see the ad for RNs to help with the transition to Epic. Are these 150 jobs you're talking about for the Epic transition?
- 0Jun 14, '12 by Eric CartmanWell I was offered the job at Fairfax Hospital. Now I just have to decide if I want to take the position. Unfortunately what they are offering me is actually less than what I currently make. On a positive note, it's on a unit that I would really like to work on. Decisions, decisions.
- 0Jun 15, '12 by Pixie.RN, BSN, RN, EMT-P Senior ModeratorInova is a great employer -- I worked for them for several years before I commissioned into the Army. If you can afford the pay cut (and does this involve a move for you?), it's probably not an unwise decision. And the fact that it's a job you really want is a plus. Good luck, whatever you decide!!
- 0Jun 19, '12 by Eric CartmanQuote from CandiceRNDepending on what hospital you choose to seek employment at, average new graduate pay is between $25-$28 base rate, an hour, which is not including shift differentials.I'm considering moving to the area, does anyone know the salary range for a new BSN grad at Inova or nearby hospitals?