RN float pool - Inova Epic super user - page 3
by meomeo2410 | 10,034 Views | 40 Comments
I found online this position, and they hire new grad. I called and they said they paid $25/hr. Anyone know this position? Can anyone explain me more about this RN position? Thanks... Read More
- 0Jan 27, '13 by Erica2012Hi everyone,
I went to the interview on Friday at 10 am and I received the offer at 11:30 am the same day.
They interviewed about 20 people in one hour with 4 interviewers. My interviewer told me they have many openings and look for RN who is not afraid of "changes".
I think for those who haven't had their interview for the super user position, you need to know the job description.
This is a full-time temporary position (to July-August). After that, they will NOT assign you to any other clinical position.
The only advantage is during this 5-6 month period, you can apply to the clinical position you want as a current employee.
They might ask you some questions on how you overcome some big changes in your life, what did you do? how did you do?
and why you're interested in this position.
Good luck everyone!!!!!!!!!
- 0Jan 28, '13 by ArtieRNQuote from cchildress30Sorry I didn't explain myself clearly. I was actually agreeing that it was a foot in the door. Even though you're not in a clinical position as a super user at first, you'll be an employee of the hospital and get to know people in the units who will be able to vouch for you when you do want to move into a clinical position. That gives you a huge leg up over a brand new grad, and that's exactly why I accepted when they offered it to me just a few hours after my interview :')This is not exactly true...I know someone who graduated in May 2012 as a brand new grad they hired her on as an EPIC User and within 6 months she was working on the unit in a full time clinical position...
- 0Jan 28, '13 by bbrn34Quote from teenaruYes, it does include full benefits. And in the job description I was given, it sounds very likely that it will lead to a permanent clinical position. My only concern is if they hire so many of us, will they have that many clinical positions available??Hi, I'm not sure if you would know the answer but does it include full benefits? Is it LIKELY to lead to a permanent position (which I understand you need to apply for the clinical positions, but are your chances high for getting it)?
- 0Jan 28, '13 by ArtieRNIt's definitely a concern. I'm moving in from another state for this and don't want to end up stranded without a job after. The recruiter told me that they can't guarantee a position after this ends, as it depends on how well you do at the job and if there are enough open positions where you want to end up. I'll take whatever they have open at the end of the summer! The woman who interviewed me and I talked about how it still was a good opportunity, and frankly, it's still a lot better than sitting around, unemployed.