Once you accept an offer, you will go through an employee preboarding process. This includes clearing with an Occupational Health Nurse, completing electronic onboarding documents through Red Carpet, uploading applicable documents such as immunizations, certifications (BLS - AHA), nursing diploma and completing a background check. Completing the preboarding process in a timely manner will ensure you start on the tentative start date provided to you in your offer letter.
After your first week of new hire orientation, your length of orientation will be based upon your clinical specialty area. As a new graduate, you will have an opportunity to be involved in unit-based orientation, residencies and ongoing development during your first year.
Graduate Nurses in the Residency Program will enjoy a full year of education, preceptorship, professional development, socialization and support. We will help you succeed in your transition to professional nursing practice!
A typical schedule for a full-time nurse is 36 hours a week. You will need to speak with your director to learn more about your specific work schedule. Attendance in education activities and completion of online learning requirements may affect total hours paid.
You should receive your ‘Welcome’ email and offer letter within 24 hours of your verbal acceptance. Please contact Ruby Covarrubias, Recruitment Liaison, at [email protected] if you do not receive it within this time frame.