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Hang out for nurses aides, nursing students and nurses 
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From the forums:

Look at your RESUME!!!

I've been reviewing resumes for open positions in my department and can't believe the resumes I've received: misspelling, words crossed off, no cover letter, including personal information about family life. Please don't send a resume if you have NONE of the job qualifications, unless your cover letter has explanation eg enrolled in education program etc.

I was taught in LPN and BSN program how to prepare a resume. Is this a lost art being skipped??

Also agree with our bb members that calling facility and finding out who is department manager, then forwarding your resume to them along with HR is great idea.

I work in smaller organization than hospital but has taken me over two months to get open positions advertised and three weeks to get resume's sent to me...those that sent to me directly have interview same week.

Check out:

Resume Writing and Interview Tips for Nurses from Univ. of Pennsylvania:

Sample Resumes

Resume Writing by Donna Cardillo RN--lots of advice:

Resume versus CV - what’s the difference?
Resume versus CV: Which Is Right for You?

Questions Interviewers Ask - Boston College
Difficult Interview Questions + a few answers

YOU are interviewing the hospital too:
From Hospitalsoup.com:
Questions for Management Positions
Questions to ask the Employer

AACN: Hallmarks of the Professional Nursing Practice Setting
Where is the top nursing voice in the organization? Are nurses represented in key committees and in governance? Request organizational chart

Healthcare Resume and Interview Tips ... Polish your interviewing skills with our Virtual Interview, which contains common healthcare interview questions

** Healthcare Resume Readiness Quiz
Are you confident your resume will make it to the yes pile? Take our Resume Readiness Quiz for healthcare pros, and see if your resume passes the test.

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