Published Oct 4, 2011
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Me and my Hubby planning to move to LA and I would like to work at UCLA the end of the year, it will be 3years experience on Ortho/neuro. My question is about housing, we visited last week and drove around the areas near UCLA, most apartments we saw offers underground or street parking which my husband against because of the previous experiences with theft of rims etc. We want attached or detached garage, anyone with ideas on places to search for apartment with private garages? Budget $1600. The only places I have seen is in Ontario but that will be a big commute. Any input is highly appreciated. Thanks
Anyone here know what dates RR UCLA will open new graduate applications for Winter 2012/2013? Thanks!
hello I am trying to apply but am having difficulty actually locating the application. do you think you could help me?
Esme12, ASN, BSN, RN
This thread is actually a year old......The website says to contact a specific person.
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How long did it take from the time you had an interview to when they got back to you? I am a new grad ADN (with a previous BS, but as you know that does you no good in nursing) and have been looking for work since June. I had an initial interview with the recruiter. Harbor UCLA is the only hospital that has responded to any of my applications even though I am currently enrolled in a MSN bridge program.
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I'll be at SM ICU! Excited to meet everyone at orientation! Have you all done your occ health and background? I'm moving from the Bay Area first week of February.
Hi KariRN11 and all other SMH ICU nurses!
I know this is a long shot as you were hired two years ago and probably dont look at this thread anymore.. but i have an upcoming interview with SMH ICU and was hoping ( and praying ) I could get a little insight to the interview. this is my absolute dream job and after months and months of applying, this is my one interview and i really dont want to mess up! if you do receive this message and could provide me a way to best prepare, i would greatly appreciate it. Thank you in advance for any and all help!
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