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I heard that Sta. Ana Hospital in Sta. Ana, Manila is continuously hiring nurses since they'll be opening 3 more floors. Application is accepted at Manila City Hall Personnel Office. Just bring the usual requirements like resume, prc license, board rating, tor, diploma, certificates of trainings and seminars, passport size picture and other application requirements. If you have trainings in Dialysis, 2D Echo, Operating Room, Nursery/NICU, Delivery Room, you'll have higher chances to be hired. Also those with months of volunteer or hospital trainings will be likely absorbed. Once you passed the requirements, you should be patient to follow-up your applications. Maybe once or twice a week would be beneficial. Hope this will help others in their job seeking.
What dialysis centers offer weekend trainings? I am only available every saturdays and sundays because of work that's why I am searching for a dialysis training during weekends. Thanks in advance to those who will reply.
I am currently applying for a Visascreen. There was a query that what type of visa should I consider? The choices were: TN, H1B, H1C or Permanent. I don't know what to choose. I have 6 months employment experience in a hospital. Can you please enlighten me regarding this matter. Thank you.
Sir, do you mind asking your friend if Sta. Ana really requires an endorsement from the city hall? If not, should we pass the required documents to the Sta. Ana Hospital or somewhere else? I really want to work in Sta. Ana.
June 30, 2010. Here we come!
Ospital ng Maynila will soon undergo a total ground zero renovation. That means the whole hospital will close for months. So I suggest that you follow-up your application as frequently as you can for you to be included in their last set/s of their volunteer nurses.
I got to talk with one of my co-trainees who was hired in Sta. Ana Hospital. She told me that the hospital is accepting applications AGAIN for the position of Staff Nurse! Since my friend is assigned in an area which is still non-operational, she was tasked to log the applicants' data in a computer. She said that those application papers were submitted by NEW applicants. Some didn't have experience yetas what she had seen. Some were submitted by their backer. Hay! Would that mean we'll be losing our chance to be hired?
@ robocop. omg, thanks for that valuable information. now we are all celar that we are for N1 positons only. and were 200 on the ranking list. which the top 50 were already called and hired. so robocop you aare ranked 8th but why they didnt hired you last april 22? when they told me the first 50 were called already. hmmmm. dont you think that's unfair. you were tricked and played to wait until election ban is lifted when in fact you already dereve a slot before inauguration. so youyr salary should been rolling already.
Hi guys. I am also one of the sta. ana trainees waiting in vain for manila city hall's call. I also underwent several examinations. I also had 2 months training in Ospital ng Sampaloc. Our journey seems so hard that we really crave to be hired.
I followed up in the city personnel office re: my application. I asked them direct to the point questions like what is my rank, etc...
They explained to me that there are 4 lists (for nurses only) that Ospital ng Sampaloc sent to them. The 4 lists are based on the position of nurses: 1.) Nurse IV and above, 2.) Nurse III, 3.) Nurse II, and 4.) Nurse I. I am included in the ranking of Nurse 1.
I ranked 8th among the applicants for Nurse I. So with that we shouldn't expect anything higher than Nurse I since we are in Nurse I's List. I got a glimpse of the N1's list or should I say ranking when the personnel tried to explain to me my ranking. The highest among N1 got 74%.
I also asked them when will they resume the hiring. They told me that they'll continue calling successful applicants once the election ban is lifted.
I hope this is of great help to those who waits for their much anticipated call.
The 1st batch for 2010 will start on February 1. The registration for that batch is already closed.
oh no i have BLS from PNA are they really strict about that?
Hi! may i know if they really require a letter of recommendation from dean? thank you!
I'll just correct what hamish said. The validity of the Basic Life Support Training in Red Cross is only for 1 year regardless of taking the First Aid Training. The 2 trainings are of separate validities. BLS is valid for 1 year. As for First Aid, it expires after 2 years.
This July 6,2009 they already started accepting applications for the next batch so i suggest you go there na if you really want to join.
Thanks ilovetiggerdear for lending me and others a helping hand.
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