Experienced Registered Nurse (RN) – Top 100 Hospital – 530-bed Level II Trauma in Montana
Nealy Pierce has been retained by Benefis Healthcare, a rapidly growing 530-bed faith-based, not-for-profit health system, to assist in the recruitment of multiple Staff Nurses for their acute care units, including: Labor & Delivery (L&D), Medical-Surgical (Med/Surg), Surgical Operating Room (OR), Emergency Department (ER) and Critical Care (ICU and PCU).
Benefis is a Healthgrades’ Top 100 Hospital, putting them in the Top 5% in the Nation, and they have also been a Healthgrades’ Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence 8 of the last 9 years. They have numerous Excellence Awards in Critical Care, Surgery, Neurosciences, Stroke Care, and Pulmonary Care and serve a community of over 230,000 residents.
Benefis recently finished a complete renovation of their entire Hospital including a recently built new tower, all in an effort to provide a State-of-the-Art facility that is absolutely beautiful. They are looking for a nurses who are critical thinkers, innovative, and passionate about patient care above all else. Individuals who can provide new ideas on how to improve the organization focusing on best practices, core measures, and improving patient and employee satisfaction. This hospital has an incredibly strong team of staff nurses and physicians with a great working relationship and a great reputation within the state and have experience tremendous growth accordingly.
Benefis offers a great working environment, a patient-focused culture, a competitive compensation package that includes a sign-on bonus, full relocation, and other incentives focused on continuing education and professional development. Benefis takes great pride in their ability to mentor and train nurses, offering an in-house Nurse Residency Program and an 8-12 week orientation for all new hires.
Located in Western Montana, Great Falls offers the perfect blend of Big City excitement and Small Town charm. With multiple golf courses in town, numerous ski-slopes less than an hour away, and fantastic hunting, fishing, hiking trails and scenic views, it is the outdoorsman’s dream location. Great Falls also offers numerous museums, art galleries, performing arts/symphony halls, a professional baseball team, hundreds of locally owned restaurants, great shopping at local boutique shops and a water park. Great Falls is a truly amazing place to raise a family or even retire!
Staff Nurse Requirements:
- New Grads will NOT be considered
- 2+ years experience in an acute hospital environment preferred
- Patient focused, servanthood mindset
- Ability to provide excellent clinical care
- Team driven and works well with others
- Associate Degree in Nursing preferred, Bachelors (BSN) preferred
- Certifications in area of practice preferred
Staff Nurse Benefits:
- Competitive Salary based on experience
- Differentials for Degrees and Certifications
- Paid relocation up to $3,500
- Sign-on bonus up to $7,000
- Full benefits including M/D//V, STD, LTD, Life, Retirement, etc
- Fantastic growth opportunities
- Paid continuing education, tuition reimbursement, and professional development opportunities
For more information, or to confidentially inquire, please e-mail a Word version of your resume to AWilson@NP-HC.com
Austin Wilson | Practice Leader
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