FT Rotating Clinical Nurse 2- Intensive Care Nursery @ HUP
Registered Nurse Per Diem - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Staff Nurse- Pediatric Med/Surg Float Pool - Per Diem- Days
Registered Nurse - Perinatal Training Opportunity
RN iFlex Internal Travel Agency - PICU/CICU
Registered Nurse - Pediatric Intensive Care Unit - Full Time/Various shifts available
Registered Nurse - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at St. Agnes - Full Time/Nights
Registered Nurse Children's Procedure Center
RN, Pediatric Emergency Department, FT, Nights
Premature Nursery (NICU) Registered Nurse Part-Time Nights
Registered Nurse (RN) - Pediatric ED - 9 Month Position
RN I PRN-Pediatric Intensive Care Unit-PICU
Assistant Director of Nursing -Women & Children / Inpatient Float Pool
Nurse Navigator Child Protection & Pediatric Gynecology
RN I ECMO Specialist - Children's ECMO
RN - Float Teams (Critical Care, Med/Surg, Neonatal)
Staff RN (Multiple FTE, Units and Shifts available)
RN I PRN - Pediatric Post Surgical Unit 5C
Super Pool RN
Could your career as a pediatric RN use a shake-up? We’re here to help. There are many positions available where you can treat patients from birth throughout adolescence, putting your detailed knowledge of child development into practice. You’ll find open pediatric RN jobs in hospitals, specialty care centers, public health clinics, and beyond. Search for full-time, part-time, contract, temporary, and per diem RN pediatric jobs on IntelyCare to find the ones that most interest you.
Pediatric RN Education and Skills
Your journey to become a pediatric RN begins with either an associate degree in nursing (ADN) or a bachelor’s of science in nursing (BSN) obtained from an accredited nursing program. Then you must pass the NCLEX-RN exam to receive your registered nurse license. It’s possible to be hired for entry-level pediatric RN positions — it’s not always necessary to have pediatric experience in order to work in this specialty area.
Once you have 1,800 pediatric clinical hours in the past two years or 3,000 pediatric clinical hours in the past five years, you may register for the Certified Pediatric Nurse (CPN) exam. Not only can this certification increase your skills, it can also give you an advantage when you’re job searching.
Pediatric RN Resume and Cover Letter
Tailoring your pediatric nurse resume to an individual job posting can help show an employer that your skills align with the requirements of the position. For example, if a posting mentions that the facility’s most common admitting diagnoses include asthma, RSV, and seizures, your resume should feature any experience you have treating patients with those conditions.
Use your cover letter to talk about the value that you’d bring to the team. You might write about how you’re known for establishing excellent rapport with patients and families, acting as a role model for younger nurses, or staying calm in emergency situations.
Interviewing for a Pediatric RN Job
Job interviews can intimidate even the most experienced professionals. Want to take some of the weight off your shoulders? Take a look at our common pediatric nurse interview questions that can help you prepare and practice thoughtful responses.
It’s also helpful to review the employer’s website and take note of their values and mission statement. Refer to those values in your answers to show how you’d be a great fit for the job.
Salary for RN Pediatric Jobs
The average salary for a pediatric RN is around $78,800 per year. Your level of education, years of experience, location, and facility can affect what you earn. To get a better idea of how much you might make in your area, check out some of the current jobs on IntelyCare.
Explore Pediatric RN Opportunities on IntelyCare
Take a look at the open pediatric RN jobs to find one that works for you. Want more options? Review all the latest RN jobs available now in your area.