- Look forward to daily hands-on challenges that provide opportunities to employ your critical thinking skills?
- Enjoy caring for a variety of patients and act as a resource/advocate for those patients?
- Appreciate working on different units and departments on a regular basis, to continually broaden your experiences?
If so, joining the nursing float pool might be the ideal opportunity for you.
We’re looking to recruit an elite team of nurses for our float pool who can fill in for nurses throughout the Nebraska Medical Center campus.
"Being a float pool nurse means you are a friendly, positive, knowledgeable, experienced nurse who works as a team member on the unit you are assigned to for that shift. It is rewarding to be able to be a resource for others as well as hopefully lighten the load for those you are working with,"
"You are able to build relationships with many colleagues throughout the organization and care for a variety of patients. No shift is the same and you look forward to the challenges that may come your way," said Brandon, who has spent the past two years as a nurse with the float pool.
Patient Care Technicians
Join the #1 Hospital in Nebraska & Forbes #1 place to work in Nebraska as a Patient Care Technician (CNA)! This unique role is for the float pool, a team of dedicated patient care technicians who serve patients in various units across the hospital. If you want every day to be different, want to serve all kinds of patients, and want to be a part of a growing team, look no further! Be extraordinary with us.
We are hiring patient care technicians, commonly called CNAs, or certified nursing assistants for our float pool. If you have your nursing assistant certification or are currently in nursing school, this opportunity is for you.
You’d get to do a variety of tasks, like vitals, assist in bathing patients, dress and feed patients.
You’d work in an environment where you’d be exposed to a wide variety of patients and units, and the potential to grow and learn is limitless.
Every Float Pool Team Member can Also Look Forward to:
Float pool differential
Tuition assistance and support from Nebraska Medicine in helping you achieve your professional goals
- Insurance coverage and other benefits
Nebraska Medicine is an equal opportunity employer. We provide reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities who can perform the essential functions of an open position. Your application will receive the same consideration as other applicants.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.