RN Seasonal Program runs from September 16, 2018 to May 11, 2019.
Seasonal nursing opportunities at Medical City Healthcare are designed for RNs who love flexibility and could use a nice bonus. In fact, you could earn up to a $4,500 bonus upon completion. Ready to flex? Simply choose your specialty and location. Wherever you go, you’ll be part of one of the area’s biggest and most people-focused healthcare providers. And you’ll end up with a healthy bonus. So apply now and make this your best season ever. For more information or to learn about other part-time or full-time positions, call (855) 422-6111.
|Position||Minimum Experience||Rate||Completion Bonus|
|NICU, ER, BMT and Adult ICU, PICU and CHSU RNs||2 years Critical Care in area of specialty||$55/hr||$4,500|
|Procedural RNs - Inpatient OR, Outpatient OR, PACU and L&D||2 years in area of specialty||$55/hr||$4,500|
|Progressive Care||1 years PCU||$50/hr||$2,000|
|All other RNs||1 year Nursing||$45/hr||$1,500|
Seasonal Program Earning Potential
Completion bonus to be paid after the successful completion of 16 weeks of employment while meeting all shift requirements during that time period. All Seasonal RNs are required to work a minimum of 72 hours per pay period during the seasonal period.
Two holiday shifts are required (defined by Department Manager or Designee) and two weekend shifts are required each 4-week period. Seasonal Staff are PRN-status employees and are subject to first call-off. There is no guarantee of hours by the hospital. Seasonal Staff will not be eligible for benefits except 401(k) and retirement contribution per the PRN policy. Staff members classified in the Seasonal Program are not eligible for Critical Staffing Need Differential payments. Registered Nurses, who are in the Seasonal Program, will have one opportunity to pass the clinical competency evaluation.
Current PRN employees who have committed to work or have worked an average of 96 hours or more in the previous six pay periods are not eligible to transfer into the Seasonal Program. The scheduling cycles should be immediately prior to program initiation in their facility. Shifts may vary based upon the needs of the department.