Jobs at Sharp
Transitional in Practice and New Graduate Nurse Residency Programs
Sharp's New Graduate Nurse Residency Program is designed to provide a flexible and supportive environment to help you build the confidence you need to become a nursing professional. We offer a wide range of opportunities to meet the needs of all new nurse graduates — from acute care to highly specialized areas like emergency department and psychiatric/mental health nursing.
Sharp's RN Transition in Practice programs (TIPP) are designed for RNs with at least one year of experience interested in developing knowledge and skills in various departments of the acute hospital setting.
We have a current posting for our TIPP for the progressive and acute care at Sharp Memorial Hospital. Please apply with job ID number 69630 or apply online.
Our Transition in Practice program offers a combination of curriculum work and supervised hands-on experience to help build your knowledge base and effective decision-making skills. In addition, you will have a preceptor to answer questions, provide support and help refine your skills. A mentor may also be matched with you to provide the social and emotional support you will need to grow.
As a new nursing professional, you will participate in a comprehensive one-year program that includes a series of learning sessions and work experiences:
- Individualized orientation
- Celebrations for key milestones
- Classroom and simulation curriculum lessons
- Clinical and interdisciplinary experiences
- Ongoing professional development
- Peer group support
- Reflective learning, journaling and self-care
- Support from mentors
Our New Graduate Nurse Residency Program.
We are no longer accepting applications for the Winter 2015/2016 New Graduate Nurse Residency Program. Please check back for updates on upcoming programs.
- Must be a graduate of a U.S. state-approved and accredited nursing program
- Must have a current unencumbered California registered nurse (RN) license by program start date (unless otherwise specified)
- BSN preferred; ADN required
- Must have a current CPR certification appropriate for a health care provider
- Must have graduated no more than 18 months prior to the start of the New Graduate Nurse Residency Program
- Must have less than 12 months of work experience as an RN by program start date