Part Time RN's

  1. I am interested in what other hosptial's are doing across the US. I would like to know if the hospitals are hiring nurses for part time employment or only full time.

    Please include your city/state but not hospital.

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    Joined: May '01; Posts: 14


  3. by   askater11
    MI I was hired days contigent. They are hiring full-time/part-time/contigent/days/afternoon/midnight's....whatever you will work.
  4. by   jnette
    Here, too.
    I am considering working 1 or 2 days or nights a week at one of the local N.C. hospitals to utilize some skills we don't use in dialysis. They will hire PRN or PT...very flexilble.
    Ohio here.

    You can pretty much get what you want. Every unit has a good mix of full-time, part-time, and PRN.

  6. by   baseline
    Fla is becoming very inventive with schedules....full-time part-time or all the ot you can handle!!!
  7. by   jemb
    SoCal opportunities are everything from full time, part time, per diem, to job sharing.
  8. by   SingingNurse2
    Central NC - any work schedule you could desire.
  9. by   oldgirl
    Chicago-all kinds of hours at all kinds of hospitals-full time, part time-8's, 12's, weekends only. Big variety of offers, including in-house per diem at a lot of places.
  10. by   Cafe
    There are at least 72 positions available, with that number continually changing. You can pick any shift basically you would want in a variety of areas (hospital setting). There are part time, full time, variable hours, per diem, 8 and 12's, 12's, weekender and extra shifts available to your delight. Let alone the overtime.
  11. by   Sable's mom
    Michigan - our hospital is hiring anyone they can get to work any hours that they will - remember the nursing shortage.
  12. by   Nurse Ratched
    Indiana will take you for as little or as many hours as you want . Some even work just 4 hour shifts.
  13. by   realmean1
    Alabama RNs can pretty much work whatever they want to. Currently, working full-time at nsg home and part-time at large hospital, just to keep skills up. Pay is excellent for this area. Hosp. in Selma paying 25/hr prn. In B'ham average prn pay is 26/hr and up. "Heard" a hospital in Montgomery paying 35/hr. These are prn rates based on experence.
    Last edit by realmean1 on Mar 24, '03
  14. by   RNKerry
    Australia is also hard hit by the nusing shortage and yet hospitals are not as flexible as they sound over there. Many places here still believe that you should be sitting around on your days off waiting to be called in for an extra shift or two. Admin can't understand why nurses don't continually put their hands up for double shifts that are pitifully staffed with workloads to break you in two