Living in Springfield is easy. It’s a place that has everything you need. We have a plentiful and growing job market, great schools, world-class health care, and all the entertainment and cultural options of a big city—but with far less stress and an abundance of character and friendliness. All at the same time, you can fast-track your career, afford the home you’ve always wanted, simplify your commute, and enrich your life amid our natural Ozarks beauty.
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Available To New Grads
Our application questions provide you an opportunity to tell us the units for which you’d like to be considered.The following departments have openings for new graduates:
- Critical Care: Burn ICU, CVICU, Medical ICU, Neuro Trauma ICU
- Stepdown: Cardiac Intermediate, Cardiac Surgical Intermediate, Neuro Trauma Intermediate
- Med Surg: Clinical Observation, Telemetry, Medical, Ortho, Neuro, Trauma Surgical, Gen Surg, Oncology
- Float Pool
- Emergency Department
- Rehab Hospital
- Women’s and Children’s
Start dates for new graduate RNs are weekly throughout the year. You must provide official transcripts from Nursing School prior to starting.
Incentives and Benefits for GNs:
- Sign On Bonus for Med/Surg and OBGYN only. $5,000 payout 6 months $1k, 12 months $1500, 24 months $2500
- $3000 Relocation Assistance for full time only.
- GN Loan Forgiveness Program to aid in paying off your RN student loan debt.
- Up to $370 per month directly towards loan payments ($20,000 cap).
- Tuition Reimbursement up to $2,000 annually for continuing education. (Loan and Reimbursement combined total cap $20,000)
- Shift differential $2.50 evenings/$4.20 nights
- Health/Dental/Vision available 1st day
- Required Education: Nursing Degree from an accredited school
- License: RN license in our state (must obtain within 90 days of graduation date)
- Certifications: Must have a current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider card or complete a course within their probation period.
- Licensure: Must be eligible to take board of nursing exam.
- Other: Working Conditions, Mental and Physical Requirements: Stand and walk most of the time on duty. Meet unit specific physical demands. Significant amount of bending and stooping, as well as lifting and turning patients with assistance. May be required to work differing schedules, shifts, days of the week, or work frequency according to patient care requirements. High risk exposure to blood and body fluids. Physical demands are attached plus push, pull, and grip up to 50 lbs., pinch up to 15 lbs., kneel, crouch, and crawl minimally. Equipment Used: Unit Specific
We’re bringing to life a healing ministry through compassionate care.
At Mercy, our supportive community will be behind you every step of your day, especially the tough ones. You will have opportunities to pioneer new models of care and transform the health care experience through advanced technology and innovative procedures. We’re expanding to help our communities grow. Join us and be a part of it all.
What Makes You a Good Match for Mercy?
Compassion and professionalism go hand-in-hand with us. Having a positive outlook and a strong sense of advocacy is in perfect step with our mission and vision. We’re also collaborative and unafraid to do a little extra to deliver excellent care – that’s just part of our commitment. If that sounds like a good fit for you, we encourage you to apply.