In December 2013 Presbyterian Healthcare Services will be implementing a fully integrated Electronic Health Record in our facilities in Albuquerque. This is the biggest single project in Presbyterian history...larger than building Rust Medical Center.
To ensure continuity of care for our patients we are hiring approximately 300 nursing students to help provide basic care in temporary positions.
Who is Eligible to Apply?
Nursing students who have completed their first clinical semester. We will also consider recent graduates. Unofficial transcripts must be submitted with you application.
When will I be working?
We will need staffing to begin December 7 and run through January 4.You must attend a three hour mandatory orientation session during the week of November 18.
Where would I be working?
Presbyterian is opening positions in all nursing departments, emergency departments and procedural areas at Presbyterian Main, Kaseman Hospital and Rust Medical Center. There are day shift (0700-1900) and night shift (1900-0700) positions available.
Why would I want to apply?
This is a great opportunity to work with Presbyterian's incredible nurses delivering patient care. This is an unprecedented opportunity to make personal and professional connection with hiring managers. This is a paid position at a standard rate of $10/hour.
What are the next steps?
- Download the application and learn more about the Helping Hands program. View the posted job description for this position.
- Email the completed application and a copy of your unofficial transcript to PHSHelpingHands@phs.org. Application deadline is October 25, 2013.
- You will receive an email by November 1, 2013, indicating your acceptance in the program and the next steps for completing the employment process.
- You must be able to provide proof of current immunizations (MMR, HepB, TdaP, Varicella) and negative PPD or chest x-ray in the last year. You must also have received an influenza vaccine or agree to sign a declination form and agree to wear a mask at all times.
If you need more information or have questions, please contact PHSHelpingHands@phs.org.