Southwestern Vermont Medical Center (SVMC) seeks registered nurses for our Emergency Department, Intensive Care Unit and Medical-Surgical unit.
****$5,000.00 sign on retention bonus for all qualified candidates****
The Registered Nurse is responsible for providing individualized, goal-directed nursing care.
This is an exciting and rewarding opportunity for a creative, vibrant, results-focused, and team-oriented professional who is well versed in patient-centered, evidence-based, outcome-driven care.
- Graduation from an accredited school of nursing
- Ability to obtain a valid Vermont State Registered Nursing License by date of employment
- Health Care Provider BLS certification required within 90 days of hire
• Bachelors of Science in Nursing preferred
• Prior nursing experience preferred
- A $5,000 sign-on/retention bonus for qualified candidate
- $5,000 in tuition assistance annually.
- Competitive wage
- Health, dental, and vision insurance
- 403(B) retirement savings plan with 5 percent corporate match
- Generous time off package
- On-site childcare and employee cafe
- Additional benefits are listed at svhealthcare.org/careers/benefits
Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC), an integrated non-profit health system, has a proud 100-year history as an innovator in health care delivery. It includes a 99-bed hospital, 25 primary care and specialty care practices, two nursing homes, and a foundation at nine total locations in Bennington and nearby New York and Massachusetts. Through visionary partnerships with Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Castleton University, and others, nearly 1,400 employees emulate the values of quality, empathy, safety, teamwork and stewardship to fulfill their mission of exceptional care and comfort for the 75,000 people they serve. Their collective commitment to quality care and innovation is recognized by the nation’s most stringent regulators and the industry’s leading professional organizations, including the American Hospital Association, the Lown Institute, the Leapfrog Group, The Joint Commission, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
About the Region
Southwestern Vermont and the nearby Berkshires are worth relocating for. The area features endless recreational opportunities, including golf, hiking, biking, and skiing. Local residents’ lives are enriched through abundant professional and amateur theater and music organizations and several nationally recognized art museums. Among the many noteworthy historical sites are our iconic battle monument and the Robert Frost Stone House Museum. A vibrant sustainable agriculture community provides the highest quality farm-fresh foods at the area’s family-friendly farmers markets. Every day residents enjoy excellent primary, secondary, and collegiate educational institutions, and inspiring landscapes of uncommon beauty. Finally, when life calls for celebration, there are excellent restaurants, craft brews, and truly special shops to visit. On the off chance that you are the type of person who gets lonesome for the excitement of a large city, you can be there in 3 hours or less. Our corner of Vermont’s special magic is the combination of wholesome rural beauty with heightened cultural sophistication