Nurse Recruiter

  • Southampton PEO
  • Southampton, New York
  • 30 Nov, 2020
Recruitment

Job Description

SunIRef:Nurse:title Job Description: Responsible for recruitment activity to ensure an available competent and stable work force Maintains a proactive recruitment/staffing program Prepares and monitors statistical data and develops and maintains recruitment relationships Responsible for talent acquisition, onboarding and coordination of orientation/competency and maintenance of records for all staff including contract agency personnel Ensures recruitment process is aligned with Human Resource requirements/policies and Joint Commission standards Job Requirements & Qualifications: Professional knowledge of nursing theory, practice and administration in order to oversee planning and implementation of a nursing department recruitment program. Prepares and analyzes reports and policies Interpersonal skills necessary in order to maintain effective relationships with Human Resources, Nurse Managers, Nursing Education and other hospital departments and professional affiliations Three to five years progressive related work experience necessary to gain full knowledge of organization and operation of an acute care nursing department Proficient in computer skills including MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) Bachelor's Degree required. Master's Degree preferred in related field Current NYS RN licensure required Company Overview: Southampton Hospital, now known as Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, is a member of the Stony Brook Medicine healthcare system, combining the best of academic and community medicine. Located in the heart of the village of Southampton, two hours from New York City, it provides healthcare services to an ethnically and socio-economically diverse population of year round residents, second homeowners and vacationers. The population, about 75,000 in the winter months, increases sharply to more than 225,000 in the summer. Contact Information: Susan Bryan: Denise Davis:

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