Experienced Float Pool Nurses for Orlando Health Hospitals (req13384) - Orlando Health Corporate
Orlando Health is named as one of Fortune magazine’s 2019 Best Workplaces in Health Care and Biopharma and one of 150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare for 2019.
As a float nurse in Orlando Health, providing quality patient care is the top priority. You will be part of an exceptional team that travels to any of our adult hospital facilities to experience working with a diverse patient population and other specialties, seeing how other units function and a chance to meet and work with other nurses while building knowledge and skills.
Must have at least two years of acute care RN experience in Emergency, ICU, PACU, PCU or Stepdown and maintain current Florida RN license and BLS/Healthcare Provider certification. ACLS, NRP, PALS, TNCC are required based on the appropriate certification for the patient population.
In exchange for work location flexibility amongst the multiple hospital sites and range of flexing to work lower acuity when necessary, the Float Nurses will receive a higher rate of pay and enjoy 100% self-scheduling.
- FULL TIME, PART TIME and PER DIEM (PRN) – Day, Evening and Night shifts available. This role consists of competitive base pay or flat rate, shift differentials and incentive pay.
SEASONAL– Assignment begins January 2020 and runs for 13 weeks. Must commit to being available 36 hours per week and 14 weekend shifts over a 13 week period (hours worked are based on census) Day, Evening and Night shifts available. Premium pay of $45/hr with a Commitment Bonus paid at the end of assignments.
NOTE: Current OH/affiliate team members are not eligible to participate. Must live outside of a 35 mile radius of the ORMC downtown campus.
Depending on the role you choose, you may be eligible for the following:
Team Member Health Plans: Medical/Dental/Vision
Flexible Spending Accounts: Healthcare & Dependent Care Savings Accounts
Orlando Health Onsite Pharmacies with Prescription Drug Plan,
Life Insurance/ Short Term Disability/ Long Term Disability/ Critical Illness Benefits
Retirement Savings Plan 403b & 401a with Matching/Vesting
Employee Assistance Program
Well-Being programs: Back-up Childcare/ Maternity/Paternity Transition, Elder Care,
Adoption Assistance & Infertility Benefits
Paid Time Off which rolls over year to year up to cap of 320 hours
Tuition Reimbursement up to $5000 per year for professional certificates to Doctorate degrees
Student Loan Repayment
At Orlando Health, we embrace an environment of personal and professional career growth, and provide you with the tools and resources necessary to plan and manage career goals. We benchmark our positions every year to ensure we are paying competitively. You will have access to benefits that help you through all stages of life through retirement. Since your health and happiness is important, we’re introducing services to support the well-being of you and your loved ones.
Staff orientation is comprehensive and individualized according to specific needs and skill level. You may be assigned to a preceptor each shift on various units for the determined orientation period. Mandatory education is provided on an ongoing basis for new equipment, new/revised policies and procedures, and other topics. Forms of education include, but are not limited to, live classes, in-services, online computer-assisted instruction, emailed education briefs, and one-on-one instruction.
The CRT provides competent, supplemental staffing resources in the form of Registered Nurses to all nursing units within the adult population of Orlando Health to include: Orlando Regional Medical Center, South Seminole Hospital, Dr. P. Phillips Hospital and Health Central Hospital. Staffing needs are assessed a minimum of every shift, and available pool team members are sent to units of greatest need within the team member’s competency. These nurses have a wide range of competencies including: ER, ICU, PACU, Stepdown, and Medical Surgical.
- Two years of acute care RN experience. ER, ICU, PACU, PCU, Stepdown, and Medical Surgical experience highly preferred.
- Maintains current Florida RN license and BLS/Healthcare Provider certification are required. ACLS, NRP, PALS, TNCC are required based on the appropriate certification for the patient population.
- Graduate of an approved school of nursing. BSN preferred.
Orlando Health is a $3.8 billion not-for-profit healthcare organization with more than 3,200 beds serving Central Florida and beyond. Consisting of eight wholly-owned or affiliated hospitals and rehabilitation centers, Orlando Health has the area’s only Level One Trauma Centers for adults and pediatrics, and is a statutory teaching hospital system that offers both specialty and community hospitals.