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St. Joseph’s Recruiting Experienced Registered Nurses: Open House January 16th

SYRACUSE – St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center is seeking experienced Registered Nurses to staff additional operating rooms in its new state-of-the-art operating rooms. An open house is scheduled Thursday, January 16, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the OR conference room at the hospital. Free parking is available in the Medical Officer Center parking garage.

“Designed to enhance healing and foster relationships between patients and providers, our busy surgical suite offers the opportunity for RNs with at least two years of OR experience and true dedication to compassionate care,” said Mary Jo Vona, RN, director of nursing talent acquisition and retention for St. Joseph’s.

St. Joseph’s offers a $3,000 sign-on bonus for eligible RNs and relocation reimbursement, as well as individualized orientation for new hires. In addition there is a $5,000 Finder’s Fee for St. Joseph’s employees whose referrals become OR hires.

To register for the open house event, visit www.sjhsyr.org and click on upcoming classes. To apply online, visit www.sjhsyr.org/careers.

 For more information, call nursing recruitment at 315-726-7106.

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