Overview: You are a nurse (RN) looking for an inspiring role at the largest, and most acute care health system in the region. If that describes you, our Centralized Staffing department may be just the place for you to grow your career. You will have the opportunity to work in three acute care hospitals all within less than 10 miles of each other and learn from first-hand experience what setting suits you best! After roughly a year experiencing what setting you like most, you will have internal preference at working in the best ICU (Telemetry or Stepdown) units in the area. We know that life goes on while you’re on the job, so we’re here to support you with: * competitive pay and excellent benefits – including a vast array of supplemental benefits * free parking, and unique perks like concierge services (onsite car washes, free errand running, gift purchasing etc!), * free access to our fitness center with free personal training. We are dedicated to cultivating your career too, and offer tuition and certification reimbursement programs, along with on-the-job training and professional growth opportunities. No other hospital in the region can provide the opportunity and resources to develop your career like Community. ## Responsibilities: The role of the clinical nurse is to deliver patient care through assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of patient needs with the highest professional standard while promoting nursing excellence through continued education and research, based on the Title 22 and Title 16, the ANA Scope & Standards of Practice, the Code of Ethics. ## Qualifications: Experience and education minimum requirements * Graduate of approved nursing program required. * 1 year of acute care RN experience required. Licenses and certifications * RN, current State of California Registered Nurse license required. * BLS, current Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers by American Heart Association (AHA) required.