How You'll Make a Difference:
Aurora St. Luke's Long Term Assignment Program provides New Nurses with an opportunity to orientate on a diverse Medical Surgical unit. After orientation is completed you will get assigned to one of our inpatient units at St Lukes for a one to three month assignment. This is a great way to see what different units in the Hospital have to offer before you decide on a permanent home. You will work with a director of nursing who will guide and facilitate you during the orientation process. The program gives you the opportunity to be exposed to different experiences and specialties to help you explore different areas of nursing.Primary Purpose
- Come join our great Nursing Team!
- Aurora is consistently named a Top Place to Work.
- At Aurora, you can be the nurse you want to be.
- Offering a Residency Program to all of our New Graduate Nurses!
- The advantage of our size and our integrated system means you're exposed to a variety of nursing roles and many opportunities to grow.
- We practice shared governance - you CAN impact how nurses practice at Aurora.
- Our exceptional nursing leadership team is committed to providing a great place to practice.
- Our CEO is a wonderful and compassionate physician dedicated to providing the best care in Wisconsin.
- Our focus is on helping people live well in southeastern Wisconsin!
- Increased tuition reimbursement for ADN to BSN programs (up to $7500 annually).
As a Registered Nurse with Aurora, you will perform the nursing process to deliver safe, therapeutic, and quality patient care through assessment of patients, establishment and implementation of the nursing care plan, and evaluation of clinical outcomes within an inpatient environment. Build a knowledge base through practice and makes decisions based on guidelines.What it Will Take:Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Proficient computer skills including keyboarding, navigation within a windows operating system, use of electronic mail and electronic medical records systems.Excellent communication (written and verbal), listening and interpersonal skills.Demonstrates human relation skills with the ability to develop rapport and maintain positive, professional relationships with a variety of patients, staff and physicians.Good organization, prioritization and problem solving skills.Demonstrates an ability to multi-task and prioritize with frequent interruptions.Demonstrates coordination, collaboration and team building skills.Must meet the 'Competent Characteristics of Practice' as defined by the 'Aurora Nursing Professional Advancement Model (ANPAM).Scheduled Hours:
72 hours per pay period
12 and 8 hour shifts on PM's or Nights
Holiday/Weekend rotationLocation Address:
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