Good evening all,I recently posted a topic regarding whether new grads should start in med/surg, and it seems the consensus is, though it would be beneficial, times have changed, and it isn't necessary. So, I maybe be getting a position in a complex continuing care centre to begin my new grad career as an RN. The only frightening thing, I'll be a charge nurse if I accept this job! I've been told that I'll get as much orientation as needed, and the unit isn't as "crazy" as med/surg, and that I should do fine (I did well in my med/surg clinical rotations). What do you think? Can a new grad handle this? Apparently the staff are very helpful. I'd like to brush up on my assertiveness as I used to be fairly shy but have come a little way with this issue. Shall I go for it, or keep looking?