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Student Nurse Extern Summer 2024 - Hospice of Cabarrus County

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Charlotte, NC, United States
Job ID: 100384
Job Family: Patient Care Support
Status: Full Time
Shift: Variable
Job Type: Temporary
Department Name: 51011028342302-Human Resources Talent Acquisition and Workforce Administration

Overview

Applicants should include nursing school and anticipated graduation date on resume. 

Program details and qualifications: 

8-week summer program for rising senior pre-licensure nursing students graduating in Fall/Winter 2024 or Spring 2025. 

Current Student Nurse Scholars and students residing in the Charlotte area for summer break are eligible to participate. 

Must be available 24 or 36 hours per week to participate.  

Program start dates are May 20, 2024, and June 3rd, 2024.  

Nurse Aide I or II certification required before March 1, 2024 

This paid 8-week program provides one-on-one clinical experience with a RN preceptor and includes nursing professional development workshops and shadowing opportunities. 

Applicants will be matched with opportunities available at the facilities.  

Program start dates are May 20 and June 3rd, 2024.  

For nursing students who have not completed a Nurse Aide I training program, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services does have a training waiver process for those who qualify: Training-WaiverInstructions-January2022.pdf (ncdhhs.gov) 

Hospice of Cabarrus County - Atrium Health Hospice provides compassionate and high-quality end-of-life care, with the goal of easing difficulties present at the last stages of advanced or terminal illnesses. We care for people in their home setting, nursing facilities, and in our hospice inpatient units which specialize in managing symptoms such as severe pain, nausea, shortness of breath, anxiety, and more. Our skilled team of doctors, nurses, chaplains, social workers, and volunteers helps to improve quality of life – all while offering support and comfort to both patients and their loved ones.