RN Residency

***UPDATE - April 1, 2016**

Rady Children's Hospital San Diego will open the job posting for our Summer 2016 New Grad RN Resident Training Program from Monday, April 4, 2016, until Friday, April 8, 2016, at 5:00 pm. We apologize for any confusion! Applications will be considered by the following departments:

  • Acute Cardiac Unit/CVICU
  • Emergency Care Center/Urgent Care
  • Hematology/Oncology
  • Medical Care Unit
  • NICU
  • PICU
  • Surgical Care Unit

The anticipated start date is August 1, 2016. Applicants will have a Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree in Nursing in order to be considered. Verification of California RN license by July 1, 2016, is required.

Please include your cover letter and resume in the body of the application. Your cover letter should address why you’re interested in a career in Pediatric Nursing, and which areas are your first choice, and your second choice. Once you complete your application, you must click on the link contained in the body of the job posting which will direct you to a Survey Gizmo. You will be asked specific questions which will allow us to more effectively review your application. If you do not complete the Survey Gizmo, unfortunately, we will be unable to consider your application for the New Grad RN Resident Training Program.

Please note that due to the large amount of interest in this program, we are unable to respond to individual inquiries.

It’s not just caring about children that make our nurses so special. It’s our dedication to specialized training and sensitivity that is perfected by caring for our youngsters 100 percent of the time. At Rady Children’s, you’ll receive the support you need to make the successful transition from nursing student to professional nurse.

Additional benefits of this paid RN residency include:

  • Generous shift differentials beginning at completion of the Resident Training Program
  • Retirement plan, including tax-deferred savings
  • Comprehensive, flexible employee benefits package
  • Paid Leave and Sick Leave accruals beginning your first day of work