Maternal Child Registered Nurse

An amazing opportunity with one of Chicago’s leading healthcare systems has just opened up. With a strong sense of patient safety initiatives, this amazing hospital is looking for an experienced Maternal Child Registered Nurse.

The Maternal Child Registered Nurse will join a 200+ bed acute care hospital that has been recognized for being one of the top hospitals in the country for patient safety for more than 5 years running. Although this facility has been known for their world class Patient Safety, Primary Stroke Centers, and Women’s Health they offer over 20 other services including Nuclear Medicine, Senior Health, Orthopedics, and Surgical Services. The Maternal Child Registered Nurse will be provided every opportunity to develop and grow as a professional within a nationally recognized health system.

This Maternal Child Registered Nurse will collaborate with the evening shift manager and provide patient care to mothers during their postpartum and antepartum stages. As a Maternal Child Registered Nurse working the evening shift, this individual will need to be flexible and provide assistance when needed whether it be a patient or another staff member. This highly recognized hospital is looking for a Maternal Child Registered Nurse that is experienced in all facets of Labor and Delivery. 

The Maternal Child Registered Nurse will have the opportunity to work and live in one of the best areas Illinois has to offer according to local residents in Chicago. This suburb of downtown Chicago offers residents an urban feel with endless choices of restaurants, parks and coffee shops. Many young professionals and families live in the area that gives it a strong community feel. Local public schools are highly rated for growing families looking to relocate.

This Maternal Child Registered Nurse position is well supported internally and will have a rewarding work-life balance. A competitive salary and a full suite of benefits will be offered to this experienced Maternal Child Registered Nurse.