Are you an experienced Labor & Delivery Nurse?
If so, please join us for our walk-in interview day on Wednesday, October 29th from 10am-6pm. Flexible full time, part time & per diem evening and night shift opportunities available for experienced Labor & Delivery Nurses.
For more information, please contact Nicole Smith at 508-383-1522 or by email at email@example.com
Recruiters review all applications. Only applicants who will be moving forward in the process will receive a call. Because of the large volume of applications we receive, we ask that you please do not call the HR office to check on the status of an application.
Following are the required steps in our recruitment process:
- Apply online.
- Receive an auto-reply to your email confirming the application has been received. Please be sure email addresses are listed accurately.
- A recruiter will review your application for the skills, experience and knowledge required for the position.
- You may receive an email to complete an online Gallup assessment, depending upon your qualifications. Not all applicants are contacted by a recruiter for several reasons, including some of the following: there are already enough candidates for the position, the position is in the process of being filled, the applicant does not meet all of the requirements for the position.
- If you match the needs of the position you may be contacted by a recruiter via email or phone to further discuss the position and/or schedule an interview.
No Smoking Policy
As a healthcare system committed to improving the health of those we serve, we ask our employees to model the same behaviors we promote to our patients. MetroWest Medical Center will no longer hire individuals who use nicotine products. Applicants who profess to use nicotine will not have their applications processed. Anyone who is offered a position will be tested for nicotine during our regular post-offer pre-employment testing. Applicants who test positive for nicotine will be eliminated from consideration and pending job offers will be rescinded. However, we encourage candidates who do not pass the nicotine testing to consider taking steps to stop the use of nicotine and reapply for consideration after a period of 90 days.