Submit online application with cover letter at www.archildrens.org.
Once your application is received, a Recruiter will contact you with instructions on how to submit references via the online SkillSurvey process.
In order to complete this reference process in a timely manner, please apply as soon as possible.
For questions regarding applying online or application timelines, please email email@example.com.
Not eligible if current Arkansas Children's employee with active PIP within past 12 months.
How many hours per week do the nurse residents work?
Full-time residency positions require 72 hours per two-week pay period for the full 52 weeks, which may include some weekends and holidays. The number of hours per week change to accommodate both classroom and clinical time.
Do I get vacation time during my residency?
Residents will accrue the same vacation as all new nurses; however, the RN Residency requires full-time employment. Vacation or other activities requiring an absence is discouraged during this time period. Any scheduled time off will require the approval of the hiring manager and residency coordinator prior to the start of the Residency.
What benefits does the residency program offer?
All health care and retirement benefits offered to any new hire apply to those selected for the Arkansas Children's Hospital RN Residency Program.
What types of scrubs are allowed?
Nurses wear navy blue scrubs. Long sleeve shirts and scrub jackets are allowed in certain colors. Learn more about the Arkansas Children's Dress Code.