Nursing Professional Development
As a world-class academic medical center, NYU Langone Medical Center’s ability to provide exceptional, integrated, patient-centered care depends greatly on the skill, talent and knowledge of our people. That’s why we always look to identify and hire top-level talent and why we devote considerable resources to the consistent, thoughtful professional development of our team.
Many of our nurses are baccalaureate-prepared professionals, and many have advanced degrees as well. But as part of our Professional Practice Model, we believe that no matter your current level of education or expertise, there is always room to grow, learn, and develop. Our nurses benefit from a wealth of professional development opportunities and resources, including:
- Formal education and continuing education courses
- Professional conferences
- Clinical Ladder programs
- Our unique “Champion Model”, which provides:
- Peer review to evaluate and communicate improvement opportunities in practice
- Subject matter experts to facilitate knowledge sharing among colleagues
Join us at NYU Langone Medical Center, and let us help you develop your nursing talents into a career with the potential to make a great difference.
New graduates will also have the following professional development opportunity:
Participation in the AACN/UHC Nurse Residency Program
This one-year program, which follows the AACN/UHC curriculum and is accredited by the CCNE, is designed to promote professional practice through specific clinical and educational activities.
Participation is required for all baccalaureate new graduate nurses.
As a member of the nursing staff on an assigned unit, you are provided with additional clinical support and mentoring relationships to help you develop your abilities and confidence as a professional nurse.
Special educational activities are scheduled throughout the year including professional development seminars, clinical observation experiences and clinically specific education programs.
Eligibility: You must be graduating from an NLN- or CCNE-accredited BSN Program and have a cumulative average of 3.5 or higher. You will need to have a New York State RN license before you can start working, but you may begin applying for a position even before you graduate.
You can create an application by applying for a job here.
Please upload transcripts reflecting all of your nursing and science courses. If your science pre-requisites were taken at another institution, we will need those transcripts attached as well.
In order to be considered, you must apply for an open Registered Nurse position. Only complete applications will be considered.
Your application is important to us and will be given every consideration. You will be contacted after your application has been reviewed. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we regret that we are not able to respond to individual inquiries.