Job Facility: University of Maryland Medical Center
Employment Type: Full Time
What You Will Do:
Registered Nurse (RN) Shock Trauma Center Multitrauma Critical Care
Advancing the practice of nursing, every day.
At the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), a designated Magnet facility, we are a team. Nurses and doctors, specialists and therapists, work shoulder-to-shoulder to give our patients the care they deserve. We take time to celebrate each other’s contributions and treat each other with respect by valuing each other’s ideas and opinions. Ultimately, we support each other’s growth. Together, we form a world-class team dedicated to furthering the practice of patient care.
One of 14 units in the world renowned R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. Challenging care of the most critically ill patients in Maryland who have sustained multiple traumatic injuries or a severe life-threatening single system injury. Patients are transitioned to a separate Multi-trauma IMC Unit (with separate staff) once more stable.
The University of Maryland Medical Center is seeking experienced Registered Nurses (RNs) with a desire to join our premier multidisciplinary team in our Shock Trauma Center Multitrauma Critical Care Unit. Located at the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) in downtown Baltimore near the Inner Harbor and Camden Yards; you won't find a more vibrant place to work!
• A competitive wage scale • Up to $10,000 a year for your graduate degree at the University of Maryland School of Nursing • An achievable professional advancement model • A full benefit package including Health, Vision, Dental, 3 weeks vacation + sick + floating personal holidays, retirement contribution, and more!
What You Need to Be Successful:
-Prior recent experience as RN in Critical Care, ICU or ED for Minimum of 1 year.
-Prior Trauma ICU or Trauma IMC experience preferred.
-No Opportunities for Nursing Graduates at this time
-Graduation from an accredited school of nursing, with a Bachelor's degree in Nursing preferred;
-Licensure as a Registered Nurse in the state of Maryland, or eligible to practice due to compact state requirements outlined by the Maryland Board of Nursing