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Ultimate Nursing Career

by ItsKatato Posted 19th May 2021 at 6:21 AM - Updated 23rd May 2021 at 3:20 AM by ItsKatato
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(Update 5/22/2021: Added Portugues translation by HopeJP & Chinese Translation by alecgao888)

"Nursing is a profession within the health care sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life. Simply put, nurses are life-savers. While doctors often specialize in one area, nurses are able to coordinate the care for all aspects of a patient’s overall health."

About This Mod:
Welcome to the Ultimate Nursing Career Mod. With this mod, you are able to have your sim experience the amazing world of the nursing profession. There are 7 nursing specialties to pick from and each specialty branches off into graduate careers such as nurse practitioners, nurse managers, nurse educators, or even nurse anesthetists. You will work three 12 hours shifts and week and the only skills that are needed are logic and charisma!

Compatibility:
This career is base game compatible!

Main Track:

Level 1: Home Health Aide
Days: Mon, Wed, Fri — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩16
Level 2: Hospital Certified Nurse Assistant
Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩23
Level 3: Medical Assistant
Days: Mon, Tue, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩29

Specialty Branches:
ICU Nurse:
  • Level 4: ICU Nurse Resident (120/hr)
  • Level 5: ICU Nurse (142/hr)
  • Level 6: Certified ICU Nurse (227/hr)
  • Level 7: ICU Charge Nurse  (318/hr)
  • -> Branches into CRNA, Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, ICU Nurse Manager, & Nurse Educator
Pediatric Nurse
  • Level 4: Pediatric Nurse Resident (90/hr)
  • Level 5: Pediatric Nurse (112/hr)
  • Level 6: Certified Pediatric Nurse (197/hr)
  • Level 7: Pediatric Charge Nurse (288/hr)
  • -> Branches into Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Nurse Manager, & Nurse Educator


Neonatal Nurse 
  • Level 4: NICU Nurse Resident (115/hr)
  • Level 5: NICU Pediatric Nurse (137/hr)
  • Level 6: Certified NICU Nurse (222/hr)
  • Level 7: NICU Charge Nurse (313/hr)
  • -> Branches into Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, Neonatal Nurse Manager, & Nurse Educator
Labor & Delivery Nurse 
  • Level 4: L&D Nurse Resident (105/hr)
  • Level 5: L&D Pediatric Nurse (127/hr)
  • Level 6: Certified L&D Nurse (212/hr)
  • Level 7: L&D Charge Nurse (303/hr)
  • -> Branches into Women's Health Nurse Practitioner, L&D Nurse Manager, & Nurse Educator


ER Nurse 
  • Level 4: ER Nurse Resident (110/hr)
  • Level 5: ER Pediatric Nurse (132/hr)
  • Level 6: Certified ER Nurse (217/hr)
  • Level 7: ER Charge Nurse (308/hr)
  • -> Branches into ER Nurse Practitioner, ER Nurse Manager, & Nurse Educator
Geriatric Nurse 
  • Level 4: Geriatric Nurse Resident (100/hr)
  • Level 5: Geriatric Pediatric Nurse (122/hr)
  • Level 6: Certified Geriatric Nurse (207/hr)
  • Level 7: Geriatric Charge Nurse (298/hr)
  • -> Branches into Geriatric Nurse Practitioner, Geriatric Nurse Manager, & Nurse Educator
Operating Room Nurse 
  • Level 4: OR Nurse Resident (95/hr)
  • Level 5: OR Pediatric Nurse (117/hr)
  • Level 6: Certified OR Nurse (202/hr)
  • Level 7: OR Charge Nurse (293/hr)
  • -> Branches into Surgical Nurse Practitioner, OR Nurse Manager, & Nurse Educator


Archive: ItsKatato_UltimateNursingCareer_BaseGame.zip
File: ItsKatato_UltimateNursingCareer_BaseGame.package
Track: Nursing
Nursing is a profession within the health care sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life. Simply put, nurses are life-savers. While doctors often specialize in one area, nurses are able to coordinate the care for all aspects of a patient’s overall health. (3 levels)
Level 1: Home Health Aide
Description:
While you are in school you decide to become a Home Health Aide! This gets you comfortable to patients and gets you out of your comfort zone.
Information: Days: Mon, Wed, Fri — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩16
Level 2: Hospital Certified Nurse Assistant
Description:
The further you get into nursing school, the more job opportunites that are available to you. You are now able to work part time in a hospital as a Certified Nurse Assistant.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩23
Level 3: Medical Assistant
Description:
As a medical assistant you are able to practice more of the skills you are learning in nursing school, such as giving patients injections & medications. You are so close to graduating, hang in there!
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩29
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩504
Track: Geriatric Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: Geriatric Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩519
Track: Geriatric Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: Geriatric Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩524
Track: Geriatric Nurse
Geriatric nurses work with doctors and other healthcare professionals to care for the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of elderly patients, helping them maintain independence and quality of life. (4 levels)
Level 1: Geriatric Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩100
Level 2: Geriatric Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩122
Level 3: Certified Geriatric Nurse
Description:
You went out and got extra credentials in this specialty. You get a raise, not that big of a raise, but still a raise. This shows your employers that you are serious about what you do!
Information: Days: Mon, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩207
Level 4: Geriatric Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩298
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩499
Track: OR Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: OR Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩514
Track: OR Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: Surgical Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩519
Track: Operating Room Nurse
Also called perioperative nurses, operating room nurses are registered nurses who provide care for patients before, during, and after surgeries. They care for surgical patients outside of sterile operating rooms and assist with surgical instruments and equipment inside operating suites. (4 levels)
Level 1: OR Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩95
Level 2:
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Mon, Wed, Fri — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩117
Level 3: Certified OR Nurse
Description:
You went out and got extra credentials in this specialty. You get a raise, not that big of a raise, but still a raise. This shows your employers that you are serious about what you do!
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩202
Level 4: OR Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩293
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩509
Track: L&D Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: L&D Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩524
Track: Womens Health Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: Womens Health Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩529
Track: Labor and Delivery Nurse
A labor and delivery nurse cares for women and their infants before, during, and after birth. A labor and delivery nurse will monitor mothers and children, provide postpartum care, and educate new mothers about the care of their newborns. (4 levels)
Level 1: L&D Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Mon, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩105
Level 2: L&D Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩127
Level 3: Certified L&D Nurse
Description:
You went out and got extra credentials in this specialty. You get a raise, not that big of a raise, but still a raise. This shows your employers that you are serious about what you do!
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩212
Level 4: L&D Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩303
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩518
Track: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
Certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) are advanced practice nurses responsible for administering anesthesia and monitoring patients during surgeries and other medical procedures. Due to their specialized skill set, they are experts in critical care and airway management. (1 levels)
Level 1: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
Description:
Certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) are advanced practice nurses responsible for administering anesthesia and monitoring patients during surgeries and other medical procedures. Due to their specialized skill set, they are experts in critical care and airway management.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩544
Track: ICU Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: ICU Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩524
Track: Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩539
Track: ICU Nurse
An intensive care unit (ICU) nurse is a registered nurse who specializes in delivering care to patients in intensive care units of hospitals and healthcare facilities. Their duties include evaluating the patient’s conditions, administering treatment, and providing constant support during recovery. (4 levels)
Level 1: ICU Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩120
Level 2: ICU Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩142
Level 3: Certified ICU Nurse
Description:
You went out and got extra credentials in this specialty. You get a raise, not that big of a raise, but still a raise. This shows your employers that you are serious about what you do!
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩227
Level 4: ICU Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩318
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩514
Track: ER Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: ER Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩534
Track: ER Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: ER Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩534
Track: ER Nurse
Emergency room (ER) nurses are critical care medical practitioners who help doctors in medical emergencies. ER nurses are expected to assist doctors, perform minor medical operations, and treat patients experiencing a critical injury, allergic reactions, or trauma. (4 levels)
Level 1: ER Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩110
Level 2: ER Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Mon, Wed, Fri — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩132
Level 3: Certified ER Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩217
Level 4: ER Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩308
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩519
Track: Neonatal Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: Neonatal Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩534
Track: Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩539
Track: Neonatal Nurse
Also known as a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Nurse, neonatal nurses care for infants that suffer from medical complications soon after birth, ranging from congenital defects and surgical problems to prematurity. Neonatal nurses care for patients in the NICU for the first month after birth and sometimes care for patients with long-term problems up to 2 years of age. (4 levels)
Level 1: NICU Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩115
Level 2: NICU Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩137
Level 3: Certified NICU Nurse
Description:
You went out and got extra credentials in this specialty. You get a raise, not that big of a raise, but still a raise. This shows your employers that you are serious about what you do!
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩222
Level 4: NICU Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Thu, Fri, Sat — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩313
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩494
Track: Pediatric Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: Pediatric Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩509
Track: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩514
Track: Pediatric Nurse
A pediatric nurse provides health and medical care for infants, children, and adolescents. The pediatric nurse is able to talk to children and ask questions about their health, especially when children are scared and cannot clearly communicate their problems. (4 levels)
Level 1: Pediatric Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩90
Level 2: Pediatric Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩112
Level 3: Certified Pediatric Nurse
Description:
You went out and got extra credentials in this specialty. You get a raise, not that big of a raise, but still a raise. This shows your employers that you are serious about what you do!
Information: Days: Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩197
Level 4: Pediatric Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩288

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Track: Nursing
Nursing is a profession within the health care sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life. Simply put, nurses are life-savers. While doctors often specialize in one area, nurses are able to coordinate the care for all aspects of a patient’s overall health. (3 levels)
Level 1: Home Health Aide
Description:
While you are in school you decide to become a Home Health Aide! This gets you comfortable to patients and gets you out of your comfort zone.
Information: Days: Mon, Wed, Fri — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩16
Level 2: Hospital Certified Nurse Assistant
Description:
The further you get into nursing school, the more job opportunites that are available to you. You are now able to work part time in a hospital as a Certified Nurse Assistant.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩23
Level 3: Medical Assistant
Description:
As a medical assistant you are able to practice more of the skills you are learning in nursing school, such as giving patients injections & medications. You are so close to graduating, hang in there!
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩29
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩504
Track: Geriatric Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: Geriatric Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩519
Track: Geriatric Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: Geriatric Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩524
Track: Geriatric Nurse
Geriatric nurses work with doctors and other healthcare professionals to care for the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of elderly patients, helping them maintain independence and quality of life. (4 levels)
Level 1: Geriatric Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩100
Level 2: Geriatric Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩122
Level 3: Certified Geriatric Nurse
Description:
You went out and got extra credentials in this specialty. You get a raise, not that big of a raise, but still a raise. This shows your employers that you are serious about what you do!
Information: Days: Mon, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩207
Level 4: Geriatric Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩298
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩499
Track: OR Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: OR Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩514
Track: OR Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: Surgical Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩519
Track: Operating Room Nurse
Also called perioperative nurses, operating room nurses are registered nurses who provide care for patients before, during, and after surgeries. They care for surgical patients outside of sterile operating rooms and assist with surgical instruments and equipment inside operating suites. (4 levels)
Level 1: OR Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩95
Level 2:
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Mon, Wed, Fri — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩117
Level 3: Certified OR Nurse
Description:
You went out and got extra credentials in this specialty. You get a raise, not that big of a raise, but still a raise. This shows your employers that you are serious about what you do!
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩202
Level 4: OR Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩293
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩509
Track: L&D Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: L&D Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩524
Track: Womens Health Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: Womens Health Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩529
Track: Labor and Delivery Nurse
A labor and delivery nurse cares for women and their infants before, during, and after birth. A labor and delivery nurse will monitor mothers and children, provide postpartum care, and educate new mothers about the care of their newborns. (4 levels)
Level 1: L&D Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Mon, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩105
Level 2: L&D Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩127
Level 3: Certified L&D Nurse
Description:
You went out and got extra credentials in this specialty. You get a raise, not that big of a raise, but still a raise. This shows your employers that you are serious about what you do!
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩212
Level 4: L&D Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩303
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩518
Track: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
Certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) are advanced practice nurses responsible for administering anesthesia and monitoring patients during surgeries and other medical procedures. Due to their specialized skill set, they are experts in critical care and airway management. (1 levels)
Level 1: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
Description:
Certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) are advanced practice nurses responsible for administering anesthesia and monitoring patients during surgeries and other medical procedures. Due to their specialized skill set, they are experts in critical care and airway management.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩544
Track: ICU Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: ICU Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩524
Track: Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩539
Track: ICU Nurse
An intensive care unit (ICU) nurse is a registered nurse who specializes in delivering care to patients in intensive care units of hospitals and healthcare facilities. Their duties include evaluating the patient’s conditions, administering treatment, and providing constant support during recovery. (4 levels)
Level 1: ICU Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩120
Level 2: ICU Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩142
Level 3: Certified ICU Nurse
Description:
You went out and got extra credentials in this specialty. You get a raise, not that big of a raise, but still a raise. This shows your employers that you are serious about what you do!
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩227
Level 4: ICU Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩318
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩514
Track: ER Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: ER Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩534
Track: ER Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: ER Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩534
Track: ER Nurse
Emergency room (ER) nurses are critical care medical practitioners who help doctors in medical emergencies. ER nurses are expected to assist doctors, perform minor medical operations, and treat patients experiencing a critical injury, allergic reactions, or trauma. (4 levels)
Level 1: ER Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩110
Level 2: ER Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Mon, Wed, Fri — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩132
Level 3: Certified ER Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩217
Level 4: ER Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩308
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩519
Track: Neonatal Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: Neonatal Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩534
Track: Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩539
Track: Neonatal Nurse
Also known as a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Nurse, neonatal nurses care for infants that suffer from medical complications soon after birth, ranging from congenital defects and surgical problems to prematurity. Neonatal nurses care for patients in the NICU for the first month after birth and sometimes care for patients with long-term problems up to 2 years of age. (4 levels)
Level 1: NICU Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩115
Level 2: NICU Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩137
Level 3: Certified NICU Nurse
Description:
You went out and got extra credentials in this specialty. You get a raise, not that big of a raise, but still a raise. This shows your employers that you are serious about what you do!
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩222
Level 4: NICU Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Thu, Fri, Sat — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩313
Track: Nurse Educator
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility. (1 levels)
Level 1: Nurse Educator
Description:
Also known as a clinical nurse educator, a nurse educator is responsible for designing, delivering, and evaluating academic nursing programs. A nurse educator formally teaches in a nursing school or trains nursing students and staff in a healthcare facility.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 8:00 - 16:00 (8 hours) — Salary: ﹩494
Track: Pediatric Nurse Manager
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients. (1 levels)
Level 1: Pediatric Nurse Manager
Description:
Nurse managers supervise and train other nurses in a healthcare facility. The nurse manager ensures that quality care is provided to patients.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩509
Track: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion. (1 levels)
Level 1: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Description:
Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide advanced primary and specialty nursing services. Duties include patient health assessment, creating strategies to improve or manage a patient's health, and introducing habits for health promotion.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Wed — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩514
Track: Pediatric Nurse
A pediatric nurse provides health and medical care for infants, children, and adolescents. The pediatric nurse is able to talk to children and ask questions about their health, especially when children are scared and cannot clearly communicate their problems. (4 levels)
Level 1: Pediatric Nurse Resident
Description:
This nurse residency program is meant to help recent graduates transition into clinical practice. Typically, last from 6 to 12 months and serve as an opportunity for graduates to hone critical-thinking and evidence-based decision-making skills.
Information: Days: Mon, Tue, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩90
Level 2: Pediatric Nurse
Description:
You are officially done with your nurse residency program and are now out on the floor with your very own patients. Will you ever get used to this? Probably not!
Information: Days: Tue, Wed, Thu — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩112
Level 3: Certified Pediatric Nurse
Description:
You went out and got extra credentials in this specialty. You get a raise, not that big of a raise, but still a raise. This shows your employers that you are serious about what you do!
Information: Days: Fri, Sat, Sun — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩197
Level 4: Pediatric Charge Nurse
Description:
Charge nurses oversee a specific ward at a healthcare facility or hospital. Aside from caring for patients, they supervise staff and ensure that everything runs smoothly during their shift.
Information: Days: Wed, Thu, Fri — Hours: 6:00 - 18:00 (12 hours) — Salary: ﹩288

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