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The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Sep 28, 2022
Full time
As a New Graduate Clinician at SickKids, you will work with an amazing and diverse interprofessional care team. Starting on Day 1, this team is ready to support your learning & career development by sharing their extensive knowledge and experience. You will participate in a comprehensive paediatric nursing orientation that includes subspecialty training and preceptored clinical practice experience. We want you to have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment. Why Choose SickKids? You will have the opportunity to improve the lives of children from across Canada and beyond. We are recognized as one of the top paediatric hospitals in the world and our Nurses are leaders who influence and deliver the best in family-centered care. Many of our Nurses begin their careers as New Graduate Clinicians and move on to positions in Critical Care Nursing, Research, Education, Leadership, Advanced Practice, and more! Ready to start your journey? Apply now for an opportunity to join our world class team on January 9th, 2023! Also, check out our  Nursing at SickKids  page for more information! We are currently hiring full-time positions across the hospital. Units participating in the Nursing Intake include: 4D, Heart Centre Inpatient Unit 5A, Orthopaedics/ENT 5B, General Surgery, Urology & Gynecology 5C, Neuroscience and Trauma 6AB, Transplant and Medical Specialties 7BCD, Paediatric Medicine, Respiratory Medicine & Infectious Diseases 8A/6E, Haematology/Oncology Inpatient Unit 8B, Bone Marrow Transplant 8C, Burns/Plastics NICU, Neonatal Intensive care Unit Here’s What You’ll Love Academic and learning environment with robust 3-month orientation and mentoring programs and focus on continuous improvement A culture of safety for both the patient and staff A focus on employee wellness.  Self-care helps us care for others A hospital that welcomes and focuses on  Equity, Diversity and Inclusion . A work environment where you have flexible scheduling, safe staff to patient ratios, awards and bursaries The opportunity to enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day Here’s What You’ll Do Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Work in collaboration with the child/family and the interdisciplinary health care team Maintain clinical competence and knowledge base through continued education and life-long learning  Utilize evidence-based practice as a base in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Who You Are Graduate of an approved Baccalaureate Nursing Program Able to obtain RN registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario (Temporary or General Class) Recent graduates working towards CNO registration are encouraged to apply Previous clinical placement experience in paediatrics is a strong asset but not mandatory. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities Our Hiring Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application: Visit the SickKids Careers site and apply to our New Graduate Clinician Posting. This posting is for all clinical areas listed above, so you only need to submit one application! Make sure to indicate your top 3 units of interest  in your cover letter. If you are open to any unit, please let us know. If you are selected, you will be contacted for a virtual interview between  October 5th – November 4th. If you are not selected for this round of interviews, we encourage you to reapply in the future. Upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful new graduate candidates will need to provide 1 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience. Nervous About Interviewing? We’ve got you covered! SickKids is offering a workshop on interview skills for any nurse applying to our current job postings! During this workshop, candidates will learn SickKids’ core values and approach to care, as well as interviewing best practices to engage in before, during, and after the interview. Through a panel discussion and question-and-answer period, our nurses will share their stories and advice for working at SickKids.   Register in advance for this virtual workshop  HERE  and join us on October 6th at 10:00 a.m.! Interested in Connecting with Us?  The Talent Acquisition team is hosting two Information Sessions for nurses interested in working at SickKids. You are welcome to join us on either Friday, October 14th or 21st from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. We will be covering a variety of topics such as the recruitment process, career development, unit overviews, nursing orientation, and more! If you are interested, please register HERE . 
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Sep 28, 2022
Full time
Are you a new graduate planning to pursue a career in paediatric Critical Care Nursing? Are you interested in an accelerated, intensive, training program? If so, the SickKids PICU wants to talk to you about our New Graduate Nursing Residency Program! How does the program work? You will begin your nursing career at SickKids by working on an inpatient medical-surgical unit with a direct career pathway to the PICU.  During your 12-month residency program you will be provided with mentorship, feedback, and support in developing the required clinical competencies to care for our critically ill patients.  Why Participate in the Residency? Providing nursing care to critically ill children, and their families, demands highly specialized technical and interprofessional skills and sound clinical judgment. This high intensity residency program will help you develop the competencies that are necessary for an accelerated transition to the PICU. How will I be supported? As a New Graduate Nurse at SickKids, you will work with an amazing and diverse interprofessional care team. Starting on Day 1 this team is ready to support your learning & career development by sharing their extensive knowledge and experience. You will participate in a comprehensive paediatric nursing orientation that includes subspecialty training and preceptored clinical practice experience. We want you to have the tools you need to be successful in our unique, fast-paced environment. Here’s What You’ll Love: Academic and learning environment with robust orientation, mentorships, and focus on continuous improvement Professional development opportunities & funding to support learning A culture of safety for both the patient and staff A focus on employee wellness.  Self-care helps us care for others Comprehensive health & dental benefits; defined benefit pension plan A hospital that welcomes and focuses on  Equity, Diversity and Inclusion . A work environment where you have flexible scheduling, safe staff to patient ratios, awards and bursaries The opportunity to enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day Who You Are Completion of a Baccalaureate degree in Nursing Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as an RN (Temporary or General Class) within one year of application Previous student nursing experience in placement and/or as a Clinical Extern in an acute care med/surgical unit or Critical Care environment is required Pediatric Critical Care experience is a strong asset; consideration will also be given to applicants with acute care care experience  Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Here’s What You’ll Do Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Utilize evidence-based practice as a base in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Our Hiring Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application:  Visit the SickKids Careers site and apply to our New Graduate Nursing Residency Posting Make sure to indicate your top 3 units of interest  in your cover letter. If you are open to any unit, please let us know.  If you are selected, you will be contacted for a virtual interview. If you are not selected for this round of interviews, we encourage you to reapply in the future.  Employment Type: Permanent, Full-time Nervous About Interviewing? We’ve got you covered!   SickKids is offering a workshop on interview skills for any nurse applying to our current job postings!   During this workshop, candidates will learn SickKids’ core values and approach to care, as well as interviewing best practices to engage in before, during, and after the interview. Through a panel discussion and question-and-answer period, our nurses will share their stories and advice for working at SickKids.   Register in advance for this virtual workshop   HERE   and join us on   October 6th   at 10:00 a.m.! Interested in Connecting with Us?  The Talent Acquisition team is hosting two Information Sessions for nurses interested in working at SickKids. You are welcome to join us on either   Friday, October 14th or 21st from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m.   We will be covering a variety of topics such as the recruitment process, career development, unit overviews, nursing orientation, and more! If you are interested, please   register HERE . 
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Sep 28, 2022
Full time
SickKids nurses are leaders who influence and deliver the best in specialized child and family-centred care. We focus on the whole person, to support children and families to cope, develop, grow, thrive and transform, leveraging strengths of the family.  When you join SickKids, you are joining a renowned interprofessional care team. We’ve been recognized as one of the  World’s Best  paediatric healthcare centers, as well as a  top 100 Employer in Canada . We are proud of where we work, and we think you will be too!  As an RN at SickKids there are many opportunities for career development including Critical Care Nursing, Acute Care Transport, Research, Education, Leadership, Advanced Practice, and more. We provide access to funding to help with the cost of investing in your career. Ready to start your journey? Apply now for an opportunity to join our team on  January 9th, 2023.  Here’s What You’ll Love Enhancing children’s health and changing the lives of children and their families every day  Our academic and learning environment with robust 3-month orientation, mentoring programs, and focus on continuous improvement  A culture of safety for both the patient and staff A focus on employee wellness. Self-care helps us care for others. Comprehensive health & dental benefits and a defined-benefit pension plan  A hospital that welcomes and focuses on  Equity, Diversity and Inclusion .  A work environment where you have flexible scheduling, safe staff to patient ratios, awards and bursaries Being a part of the expert interprofessional care team driving hospital wide changes and beyond The opportunity to be recognized for nursing excellence awards and recognition programs For more information, please visit:  Nursing at SickKids   Here’s What You’ll Get to Do Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Work in collaboration with the child/family and the interdisciplinary health care team Maintain clinical competence and knowledge base through continued education and life-long learning Utilize evidence-based practice as a base in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Who You Are Graduate of an approved Baccalaureate Nursing Program Current registration as an RN with the College of Nurses of Ontario (General Class License)  Possess 1 + years of clinical nursing experience in an RN capacity Previous work experience in paediatrics is a strong asset but not mandatory Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities Candidates with less than 1 year of clinical RN experience are encouraged to apply to our New Graduate Nurse job opening. Employment Type:   Permanent Full-time    Our Hiring Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application:  Visit the SickKids Careers website to apply to the unit you are most interested in. It is easy - you only need to submit one application! Make sure to indicate your top 3 units of interest in your cover letter and you will be considered for all three units. If you are open to working on any unit, please let us know! If you are selected, you will be contacted for a virtual interview between  October 6th – November 4th, 2022 . If you are not selected for this round of interviews, we encourage you to reapply in the future.  Upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience. Nervous About Interviewing? We’ve got you covered! Join us on  October 6th at 10 AM ET  for a virtual  Interview Skills Workshop for Nurses SickKids is offering a workshop on interview skills for any nurse applying to our current job postings! During this workshop, candidates will learn SickKids’ core values and approach to care, as well as interviewing best practices to engage in before, during, and after the interview. Through a panel discussion and question-and-answer period, our nurses will share their stories and advice for working at SickKids.   Interested in Connecting with Us?  The Talent Acquisition team is hosting two Information Sessions for nurses interested in working at SickKids. You are welcome to join us on either  Friday, October 14th or 21st from 12pm-1pm.  We will be covering a variety of topics such as the recruitment process, career development, unit overviews, nursing orientation, and more! If you are interested, please  register here .  
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Sep 28, 2022
Full time
Are you a new graduate planning to pursue a career in paediatric Cardiac Critical Care nursing? Are you interested in an accelerated, intensive, training program? If so, the SickKids Cardiac Critical Care Unit (CCCU) wants to talk to you about our New Graduate Nursing Residency Program! How does the program work? You will begin your nursing career at SickKids by working on 4D, the inpatient cardiology unit with a direct career pathway to the CCCU.  During your 12-month residency program you will be provided with mentorship, feedback, and support in developing the required clinical competencies to care for our critically ill cardiac patients.  Why Participate in the Residency? Providing nursing care to critically ill children, and their families, demands highly specialized technical and interprofessional skills and sound clinical judgment. This high intensity residency program will help you develop the competencies that are necessary for an accelerated transition to the CCCU. How will I be supported? As a New Graduate Nurse at SickKids, you will work with an excellent and diverse interprofessional care team. Starting on Day 1, this team is ready to support your learning and career development by sharing their extensive knowledge, expertise and experience. You will participate in a comprehensive pediatric nursing orientation that includes subspecialty training and preceptored clinical practice experience. You will gain the tools you require to be successful in our unique, fast-paced environment. Here’s What You’ll Love: Academic and learning environment with robust orientation, mentorship, and focus on continuous improvement Professional development opportunities and funding to support learning A culture of safety for both the patient, families and staff A focus on employee wellness.  Self-care helps us care for others Comprehensive health & dental benefits; defined benefit pension plan A hospital that welcomes and focuses on  Equity, Diversity and Inclusion . A work environment where you have flexible scheduling, safe staff to patient ratios, awards and bursaries The opportunity to enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day Here’s What You’ll Need Completion of a Baccalaureate degree in Nursing Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as an RN (Temporary or General Class) within one year of application Previous student nursing placement and/or Clinical Extern experience in an acute care unit or Critical Care environment (preferred) Pediatric Critical Care experience is a strong asset; consideration will also be given to applicants with acute care experience  Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Here’s What You’ll Do Develop and implement a nursing plan of care for critically ill patients and their families with acquired and congenital cardiac disease Follow policies and procedures and evidence-based practice to maintain a high quality of patient care Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Demonstrate professional accountability   Our Hiring Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application: 1. Visit the SickKids Careers site and apply to our New Graduate Nursing Residency Posting. 2. Make sure to indicate cardiology as your unit of interest in your cover letter. 3. If you are selected, you will be contacted for a virtual interview by the Cardiology and CCCU Manager. If you are not selected for this round of interviews, we encourage you to reapply in the future.    Employment Type: Permanent full-time
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