Mercy Health RN Acute PRN - Emergency Department - The Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio

RN Acute PRN - Emergency Department - The Jewish Hospital

Job ID: 4650192

Updated: June 19, 2017

Geographic Location: Cincinnati

Location: Cincinnati, OH, United States

Department: Emergency Department

Full/Part Time: PRN

Shift: All

Standard Hours: 0.01

Job Summary

Let’s face it, you’ve always known that nursing is far more than just a job — it’s a calling. Mercy Health is a faith-based organization that gives care for those who need it the most. And we’re looking for RNs like you to join our team. We know that you are the glue that holds our hospital together, and we go the extra mile to make sure you have everything you need to provide the best care for your patients. You’ll work in new facilities and use state-of-the art equipment. And you’ll find a culture built on collaboration and empowerment. You’ll be part of something larger than yourself, and you’ll be recognized as the unsung hero that you truly are.

Job Requirements

You’re the kind of person who just naturally puts people at ease, and who can blend your top-notch clinical talents with a warm, patient and empathetic bedside manner — and we need you.

Specifically, you’ll need:

  • Nursing degree (Associate preferred, Bachelor’s ideal)
  • Current Ohio RN license
  • 1–2 years of nursing experience, preferred
  • CPR certification, with ACLS and PALS, a plus (American Heart Association)
  • Committee work or shared leadership experience, a plus
  • Experience presenting at conferences, a plus

Hours: PRN, shifts vary

Equal Employment Opportunity

It is our policy to abide by all Federal and State laws, as well as, the requirements of 41 CFR 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a), prohibiting discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibiting discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.