If you want an enormously fulfilling career, there’s no better place to be than Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH). BWH is seeking RNs to join our Magnet®-designated nursing team in our state-of-the-art neuroscience intensive care unit. We have one of the largest multidisciplinary teams providing complex care to neurologically critically ill patients. We work each day to achieve our vision: to provide excellent care to patients and families with the best staff in the safest environment.
Our nurses are authentic leaders within our hospital—revered for their clinical wisdom, valued as colleagues and recognized for the tremendous contributions they make to elevate patient care and enhance our capabilities. Here, you’ll be a valued member of our comprehensive medical team where collaboration and teamwork are the norm, not the exception.
We are looking for RNs with a current Massachusetts license and neuro ICU experience. Full-time positions are available. Benefits include a competitive pay scale with annual pay increases of roughly 5% and shift differentials for nights, evenings and weekend hours.
If you’re looking to build new momentum in your nursing career, there is no better place to be than here and there is no better time than now to join us. Apply today!
For more information, contact Nancy Honohan, Talent Acquisition Partner, at email@example.com.
Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications from protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged.
Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) is an international leader in virtually every area of medicine and has been the site of pioneering breakthroughs that have improved lives around the world. A major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, BWH has a legacy of excellence that continues to grow. With two outstanding hospitals, over 150 outpatient practices, and over 1,200 physicians, we serve patients from New England, throughout the United States, and from 120 countries around the world. The BWH name is a reflection of our history. In 1980 three of Boston’s oldest and most prestigious Harvard Medical School teaching hospitals - the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, the Robert Breck Brigham Hospital, and the Boston Hospital for Women – merged to form Brigham and Women’s Hospital. As a national leader in improving health care quality and safety, we have helped to develop some of the industry’s best practices including computerized physician order entry (CPOE) to prevent medication errors. The CPOE is now a nationally-accepted safety practice. The BWH Biomedical Research Institute (BRI) is one of the most powerful biomedical research institutes in the world and the second large...st recipient of National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding among independent hospitals in the United States. BWH has long had great success in research as measured by the number of important discoveries made, the size and scope of its research portfolio and the volume of publications annually. BWH is a training ground for physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals. We have 1,100 trainees in over 140 of the most sought after training programs in the world, and also host Harvard Medical School students in rotations throughout our programs. As our global health services expand, our clinical trainees have rich opportunities to contribute and learn in challenging environments around the world.
Brigham and Women's Hospital is an EEO, AA, VEVRAA Employer.