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Grow and Innovate at Duke Health

Join us in our all-embracing commitment to excellence, innovation, and tailored patient care at Duke Health. Explore February hiring events and discover all the ways Duke Health supports team members personally and professionally.

February Hiring Events 

February 1 | Heart Adult Stepdown Unit Hiring Event

Time: 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Location: Duke Medicine Pavilion on the Duke University Hospital campus in Durham, NC
Hiring For: RN, nursing assistant, and health unit coordinator
Register to Attend

Ranked as one of the top heart programs in the nation, Duke Heart Services at Duke University Hospital serves more than 65,000 patients a year. Join us for an in-person drop-in Duke Health hiring event for adult stepdown heart units.

At the event, you will have the opportunity to tour Duke University Hospital, meet recruiters and hiring managers for an interview and a potential same day offer. You’ll also learn about Duke Health benefits that include sign-on bonuses for new graduates and experienced RNs in these heart stepdown units, relocation assistance, nurse loan forgiveness, RN tuition assistance, team member referral and certification bonuses, competitive pay, and comprehensive health benefits heart fosters professional growth and work life balance.

February 7 | RN Virtual Information Session

Times: 11 a.m. to noon; 6-7 p.m.
Location: Virtual—Link provided after registration
Hiring For: New graduate and experienced RNs
Register to Attend

Join one of two virtual information sessions for new graduate and experienced RNs to learn about how Duke Health nurtures careers for nurses. Hear from Duke Health nurses and learn about the many benefits of working in our health system, including:

  • Sign-on, relocation, certification, and referral bonuses
  • Tuition Assistance program 
  • Nurse Residency Program—New graduate nurses are automatically enrolled in the Nurse Residency Program at Duke where they are supported by mentors and learning opportunities their entire first year of practice.
  • Competitive pay
  • Comprehensive health benefit
  • Nurse loan forgiveness

February 22 | Specialty RN Hiring Event

Time: 4-7 p.m.
Location: Karsh Alumni and Visitor Center on the Duke University campus in Durham, NC
Hiring For: New graduate and experienced RNs
Register to Attend

Join a team that’s advancing health and nurturing careers for nurses. New graduate and experienced RNs can drop-in between 4 and 7 p.m. February 22 for refreshments and to network with recruiters and nursing hiring managers. During this event, grab a passport and explore the stops to earn a chance to win prizes. 

Specialties that will be present include: All hospitals—periop, oncology, emergency services, ortho/neuro, heart; and Duke University Hospital medical-surgical/critical care; Duke Raleigh Hospital inpatient units; Duke Regional Hospital inpatient units; Duke Primary Care, and Duke HomeCare & Hospice.

Apply to a Duke Specialty New Grad Nursing Program

  • Specialty Nurse Intern Program (SNIP) is designed for new graduate nurses interested in an Emergency Department career. Apply now to be considered for the February cohort. Duke Health will pre-screen and invite applicants to a February 21 hiring event to further explore this structured, 26-week orientation that provides extensive clinical exposure combined with classroom lectures to acclimate nurses to this care specialty.
  • New to the OR Program (NTTOR) is designed for new graduate and skilled nurses who want to gain operating room experience. Apply now to be considered for the July cohort. Duke Health will pre-screen and invite applicants to a February 23 hiring event to further explore this structured, six to nine-month training program depending on the service line.

Interested in other roles at Duke Health? Explore all open nursing and clinical support roles.

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Aastha's Story

After working with families for years in the mother/baby unit, Aastha welcomed her own bundle of joy last year. As a new mom, she was thankful knowing she would have her team’s full support during her motherhood journey. Compassion and understanding are a big part of the culture at Duke Health – something that Aastha herself offers to the patients she works with. It is this same culture that made her maternity leave so enjoyable and her transition back to Duke so seamless. Join a health system where you’re supported both personally and professionally.

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