|| Nursing at NewYork-Presbyterian: Setting Standards, Changing Lives Registered Nurse - RN - Medical/Surgical - Nights Transform your nursing career at NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital the singular source of advanced care and caring for the 600,000 New Yorkers who live and work south of 14th Street. Here, our nurses bring inspiring commitment and compassion to every patient. And thats just the beginning. Ours is one of the most acclaimed healthcare institutions in history, but were also creating a powerful future. At NewYork-Presbyterian, nursing is a life-changing career journey focused on amazing patient outcomes every step of the way. Each of our nurses dares to be truly excellent – thriving in a compassionate culture of care and caring. Together, we improve the health of patients and their families, making our communities – and the world – stronger. You’ll work with the brightest minds in healthcare to make tomorrow better for countless human beings. It’s the kind of nursing that requires an unwavering commitment to excellence and a constant spirit of professionalism. And it’s your opportunity to enjoy flexible scheduling, shared clinical decision-making, inspirational leadership, supportive colleagues and much more. Now, you have the opportunity to join us. This is a full-time, night shift position at NewYork-Presbyterian/Lower Manhattan Hospital. Hours will be 7:30pm - 8am. Required Criteria
Join a hospital where employee engagement is at an all-time high. Start your life-changing journey today. __________________ #1 in New York, America's Best Hospitals 2017-2018 - U.S.News & World Report , 2017 “Best Large Workplaces in New York.” - Great Place to Work and Fortune 2017 “America's Best Employers.” - Forbes Discover why we're #1 in New York and a best employer at: nyp.org/careers NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is an equal opportunity employer.
- At least one year of acute care RN experience
- Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
- Current New York State RN license (or willingness to obtain)
- Current CPR Training from the American Heart Association required