Nursing at Randolph Health is progressive. We value our nurses and offer a variety of benefits and opportunities for growth, above and beyond the highly competitive benefits package.
Our nursing staff plays an active role in shaping the role of nursing at Randolph Health. There are six shared governance councils: Outcomes Council, Education Council, Practice Council, The Joint Commission Preparedness Council, Patient Support and Patient Education Council. In addition, each nursing unit has a Unit Improvement Council.
At Randolph Health, we fully support education. We are one of the few hospitals to offer an hourly BSN differential for our staff nurses.
Randolph Health offers a wide variety of classes for our registered nurses, including: BCLS, ACLS, PALS, Preceptor Orientation and annual refresher, Annual Competencies, ABCs of Organ and Tissue Donation, Bipolar/Depression, Cardiac, EKG I and II, Mother/Baby Training, Crisis Prevention, and Spanish for the Healthcare Provider. In addition to these classes, staff are offered a broad range of educational modules online through the HealthStream Learning Center.
Most of the nursing units at Randolph Health offer self-scheduling. All of our inpatient areas and the ED offer 12-hour shifts and other flexible shift options, with three 12-hour shifts per week being full-time.
Weekend option positions are offered as available. Staff applying for weekend option schedules must have a minimum of one year of related experience. Weekend option staff receive premium pay to work every weekend. Weekend staff is scheduled to work a minimum of two shifts each weekend. A weekend option constitutes any combination of Friday at 1900 through Monday at 0700, as defined by the department director.
We offer a variety of PRN and per diem options that vary in the level of commitment/flexibility and compensation.