UC Davis RN Residency Summer/Fall 2017

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by NursKam NursKam, MSN, RN, NP Member

Specializes in Family Practice & Emergency Department.

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gswarriorsfan

gswarriorsfan

6 Posts

Thank you for your reply, SlimSaydee.

Did you list your hours for your other volunteer stuff?

SlimSaydee

SlimSaydee

37 Posts

Thank you for your reply, SlimSaydee.

Did you list your hours for your other volunteer stuff?

No, because it was lots of random hours.. I just added the month/year on the right margin.

Wanderlust_RN

Wanderlust_RN

15 Posts

I applied also. Will there be anymore residency programs opening up in this area or the Bay area?

flowingwater

flowingwater

39 Posts

This is also my second time applying. I am praying for a chance to interview. California job market is much rougher than I thought it would be after graduation.

SWW005,BScN

SWW005,BScN

1 Post

I also applied to the program. Does anyone know how long it takes to find out if we were successful in getting an interview? & How many people get interviews?

flowingwater

flowingwater

39 Posts

Some of my classmates got calls to interview roughly 1 - 1.5 months later after applying.

Also, the FAQ states "contingent offers of employment are typically made about six-weeks prior to the program state date." Taking this into account, offers should be made by mid July.

I suspect interviews will occur during June and early July.

bgxyrnf

bgxyrnf, MSN, RN

Specializes in Med-Tele; ED; ICU. Has 10 years experience. 1,208 Posts

Hi there, can someone tell me if during the application process they ask your department(s) of interest? For instance, do they take new grads in ICU? I don't see it on the website FAQs.
They absolutely do place new grads into the various units (NSICU, CTICU, Burn ICU, MICU, SICU, and the two MSICUs). I'm not sure about PICU AND NICU but I'd imagine they do. Occasionally in the ED but they've had some bad experiences so perhaps note.

Also wondering if there is a one or two page max for resume. Didn't see that either.
If it's not stated, there's no hard limit. However, even for a seasoned pro a resume should never exceed 2 pages and 1 page is *always* preferred. Make certain that every line adds real value. Be brutal in your excision. White space is important.
sshade816

sshade816

2 Posts

I applied too, let me know if anyone gets a call for an interview! Good luck to everyone :)

NursKam

NursKam, MSN, RN, NP

Specializes in Family Practice & Emergency Department. 49 Posts

Does anyone know when we'll hear something? I'm guessing by late June or early July. I hope it's soon!

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Punctuation error

SlimSaydee

SlimSaydee

37 Posts

Does anyone know when we'll hear something? I'm guessing by late June or early July. I hope it's soon!

As of this Monday, recruitment had gone through 200 applications out of approx. 800. They said they won't be changing statuses until all applications have been gone through.

bgxyrnf

bgxyrnf, MSN, RN

Specializes in Med-Tele; ED; ICU. Has 10 years experience. 1,208 Posts

UC Davis does not move quickly in its hiring process.

LilTeapot

LilTeapot

22 Posts

I just saw that my application status now says Route. Hoping to hear something soon!