Nursing Jobs in Boston, Massachusetts

This position will support our Home Program This position will mainly cover 90 Glacier Drive, Westwood, MA 02090 May be required to help local clinics as well. Open to training!! Hours will mainly be... more
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Overview Find Your Passion and Purpose as a Certified Nursing Assistant CNA Per Diem Rate: $19.50 / hour Reimagine Your Career in Home Health As a medical professional, you know that what you do impac... more
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Location: Brooksby Village by Erickson Senior Living Brooksby Village is a beautiful 90-acre continuing care retirement community located just 20 minutes from Boston in Peabody, Massachusetts. We’re part of a growi... more
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$10,000.00 SIGN-ON BONUS!! Full-Time Registered Nurse -  Home Health Visits! Comprehensive Benefits Package and Work/Life Balance! BAYADA Home Health Care is currently seeking an experienced... more
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The School Nurse provides skilled nursing care and management of the special needs of students as well as medication administration. Immunization surveillance and routine health screenings are conducted annually. Rout... more
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***This school has been designated underperforming or chronically underperforming (formerly Level 4 or 5) by the State of Massachusetts. *** Boston Public Schools seeks an exceptional Vocational Tech Teacher who... more
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The School Nurse provides skilled nursing care and management of the special needs of students as well as medication administration. Immunization surveillance and routine health screenings are conducted annually. Routi... more
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Responsibilities The school nurse should be prepared to: -Assess and evaluate the students' health. -Counsel students, parents and school personnel and plan action for eliminating, minimizing or accepting health p... more
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As an RN in Adult Primary Care (General Internal Medicine), you will play an integral role in delivering exceptional care. Using our patient-centered care model you will be uplifted by a supportive nursing organization... more
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Earn up to $58 an hour as a Registered Nurse (RN) in Framingham, MA, with a schedule that you set according to your needs. With IntelyCare, it's simple — open our app, select the shifts you want at the facilities yo... more
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Position: Registered Nurse Department: Cardiology Clinical Support Schedule: 24 Hours (Days)  ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES: The registered nurse, adheres to the rules and regulations of the Massachuse... more
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POSITION SUMMARY: Boston Medical Center is seeking a Psychiatric Nurse for its 82-bed, behavioral health hospital, located in Brockton, MA. Brockton hospital operates as a behavioral health accountable care organizat... more
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POSITION SUMMARY : Boston Medical Center (BMC) is more than a hospital. It is a network of support and care that touches the lives of hundreds of thousands of people in need each year. It is the largest and busiest... more
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Position: Registered Nurse Department: Endoscopy Schedule: 40 Hours, Days/Evenings POSITION SUMMARY: The registered nurse adheres to the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing rules and regulations... more
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Job Title: Clinic Nurse At ConvenientMD we’re on a mission to make good health more convenient for all - working to improve how patients and providers experience healthcare in New England. To support this... more
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Overview Are you in search of a new RN career opportunity that makes a meaningful impact? If so, now is the time to find your calling at Enhabit Home Health & Hospice. As a national leader in home-based care, E... more
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At Boston Medical Center (BMC), our nurses are changing the face of healthcare. At every level and on every unit, BMC nurses are advancing professional practice and delivering evidence-based care to our patients, familie... more
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Excellent Care to Patients and Families The Best Staff In the Safest Environment Shift: 36hr Night Shift. Nursing at Brigham and Women’s Hospital is known for their excellent clinical practice and for keeping... more
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At Boston Medical Center (BMC), our care teams are changing the face of healthcare. At every level and on every unit, the BMC nursing team is advancing professional practice and delivering evidence-based care to our pati... more
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Sunrise Senior Living was again certified as a Great Place to Work® by Activated Insights. This is the 6th time Sunrise has received this top culture and workplace designation, highlighting the special place Sunrise i... more
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Nurse In Charge / 36hr Nights / Oncology CWN7 Nursing at Brigham and Women’s Hospital is known for their excellent clinical practice and for keeping patients and their families at the center of all they do. We understan... more
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Overview Find Your Passion and Purpose as a Hospice Registered Nurse Coveragea area: West Roxbury, Roslindale, Needham, Brookline, Dedham Reimagine Your Career in Hospice As a medical professio... more
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Director of Nursing 20247501BRK

BAMSI  •  Full-time  •  Brockton, MA  •  $100,000 / year  •  1m ago
BAMSI is hiring a Nurse Director for our Brockton Programs [40 Hours] - Schedule: Mon-Fri 9a-5p  $100k  Yearly Salary General Statement of Duties :  Oversee the health care needs of ind... more
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Come join this collaborative and innovated team.  At Integritus Healthcare you will enjoy WEEKLY pay, generous time off, exceptional health insurance and the ability to grow in your career.  Ready to love nursing agai... more
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BAMSI  •  Part-time  •  Easton, MA  •  $33 - $36 / hour  •  1m ago
BAMSI is hiring Nurses LPNs and RNs for our Easton Programs $5k Sign on Bonus for new employees (Payout Schedule:  $1,500 at 30 days, $1,500 at 6 months and $2,000 after one year) Wo... more
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!!!BECOME A LICENSED RN WITH US AND RECIEVE A SIGN-ON BONUS!!! UP TO $20,000!!! MetroWest Medical Center is the largest community health care system between Worcester and Boston. MetroWest Medical Center is committe... more
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This position is paired between the following schools: Boston Latin School 0.5 FTE /Boston Latin Academy 0.5 FTE. The position is posted online at both schools. You need to apply to only one position to be considered, bu... more
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Overview Fallon Health Vaccination Requirements: To protect the health and safety of our workforce, members and communities we serve, Fallon Health now requires all employees to disclose COVID-19 vaccination status.... more
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POSITION SUMMARY: The registered nurse, adheres to the rules and regulations of the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing. is primarily responsible for professional performance and direct patient care.  The... more
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BAMSI  •  Full-time  •  Brockton, MA  •  $33 - $34 / hour  •  1w ago
BAMSI is Hiring a Full-Time  Nurse (LPN/RN)  for our Salisbury Program  $10,000 Sign on Bonus      {Pay out schedule:  $2,500 at 30 days, $2,500 at 6 months and $5,000 after one y... more
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Often called the “Hub of the Universe,” or just “The Hub,” Boston is not the biggest city in the U.S. anymore (now #29), but it is still one of the best known and one of the most historic. From Beacon Hill to Fenway Park, Bostonians live in a city that never fails to be fun, interesting, and challenging. Are you looking for nursing jobs in Boston? If so, read on to see what Beantown might have to offer you, both on and off the job.

Fast Facts About Nursing Jobs in Boston

  • Is Massachusetts a compact state? No.
  • What is the average RNs salary in Boston? The average annual salary for RN jobs in Boston is $106,980, compared to the national average RN salary of $89,010.
  • Where can I find information about RN license requirements in Massachusetts? You can visit the Massachusetts Board of Nursing website for information on eligibility for nursing licensure by reciprocity.

More About Nursing Jobs in Boston

Home to 4.5 million people, Massachusetts’ largest city needs nursing professionals to provide care throughout the 10th largest metro area in the country. If you’re an RN, CNA, or LPN, you have options for full-time, part-time, contract, and per diem opportunities in a wide variety of acute and post-acute facilities.

Cultural competency is so important in our nation’s largest cities — and Boston is no exception. If you have experience serving a diverse patient population, you’ll have many options when you apply to local nursing jobs. Boston is now a very diverse city: 23.5% of the population is Black, just under 10% is Asian, and nearly 20% is of Hispanic ethnicity. Bostonians speak a wide range of languages including Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Vietnamese, and more.

Demographically, Boston is not a very old city, compared to many other cities. People ages 65 and older comprise only about 11% of the population, while more than 15% of people are under 18 years old. Women outnumber men at 52% of those living in Boston.

If you need daycare when you are out looking for nursing jobs, Boston has many options for both your human and furry kids. There is even financial assistance available from the Department of Early Education and Care — that’s for the human kids only, though.

Working in Boston

The great salaries for nursing jobs in Boston may be due in part to the fact that healthcare and biotechnology are major players in Boston’s economic base. The leading hospitals in the city include some famous names:

  • Massachusetts General
  • Brigham and Women’s Hospital
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • Lahey Hospital and Medical Center
  • Tufts Medical Center

However, acute and clinical care centers are not the only sources of Boston nursing jobs. Of the approximately 363 nursing homes in Massachusetts, there are 10 top rated facilities in Boston alone that will be in need of qualified nursing professionals.

If you are wondering how long it might take you to get to your nursing job in Boston, the commute is on par with many large cities — but not as bad as in D.C. or San Francisco! Bostonians spend about 32 minutes (each way) getting to work — just over the national average. Most workers drive, but over 1 million people a day take the MBTA, which is one of the largest transit systems in the country.

Living in Boston

Despite the commute, there are so many things Bostonians love about their city. The rich history that entwines with the birth of our country is one of the biggest attractions for locals and visitors alike. The famous Freedom Trail, as well as the many historic buildings, monuments, and churches, that dot the city bring history to life on a daily basis.

If you are more interested in what is going on today, Boston has a vibrant food, music, and sports scene. You’ll find many great restaurants from Italian food in the North End, to elegant dining in Back Bay, to sports bars in Fenway-Kenmore. Boston has something for everyone looking for a satisfying meal out.

If you want to walk around before (or after) that big meal, Beacon Hill is a charming area where you can see the smallest street in the city, tiny Acorn Street. If a stroll indoors at a museum is more interesting, there are 58 to choose from, with the Boston Museum of Fine Arts probably being the best known. Or, if you want time in the great outdoors, the city is famous for the Boston Marathon, boating on the Charles River, and picnics at the Boston Commons or Public Gardens.

Music is as important to Bostonians as their beloved Celtics, Red Sox, and Bruins. From the old-school Boston Symphony and Boston Pops to homegrown headliners like Aerosmith, Pixies, The Cars, and The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, it’s hard to find a sound that this city doesn’t love.

It might be a good thing there are so many games, concerts, and eats available indoors, because Boston’s climate can be tricky. In the summer, Boston is hot and humid, hitting the 90s during July. And in the winter, the average lows are in the 20s. However, the wonderful New England fall can make up for winter, with beautiful foliage and cool, crisp weather.

The cost of living in Boston is less expensive than in New York, but is fairly typical for a coastal city, with housing, utilities, and groceries all more expensive than the national average. It does help that the average salary in Boston also outpaces the national average and is listed as the fourth highest in the country.

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