Nurse Job in Alamogordo, NM
Work at the best military nursing facilities on shore, at sea and in the field RESPONSIBILITIES As an active duty Navy Nurse, you'll provide high-quality nursing care, doing everything a typical nurse would do in a variety of settings: Navy Nurses collaborate with physicians, surgeons, cardiologists and fellow nurses as colleagues and equals. Through a Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) Nurse Option scholarship, the Navy can cover the full cost - up to $180,000 - of your nursing education at some of the best colleges and universities in the country. To get details and find out which offer would benefit you most, request that a Navy Recruiter contact you. Nursing in an austere environment could mean taking part in humanitarian relief efforts, such as administering infant vaccinations in developing countries, or providing emergency care to victims of a natural disaster. Active Duty Navy Nurses may serve at any one of more than 250 Navy and medical facilities around the globe, from Hawaii to Japan, Germany to Guam, and Washington, D.C., to Washington state. They will learn about the military structure of the U.S. Navy, its rich history of traditions and customs, leadership development and military etiquette. Working with a team of talented colleagues united by a common mission, Navy Nurses have the opportunity to educate, lead and shape policy within Navy Health Care. That's up to $34,000 to help pay your way through nursing school. With the Nurse Candidate Program (NCP), you can get an initial grant of $10,000, plus a stipend of $1,000 per month for up to 24 months. As a Navy Nurse, you could work at one of the highly acclaimed National Naval Medical Centers in Bethesda, Md. To qualify for employment consideration in the Navy Nurse Corps, you must: ABOUT By the very nature of their duties, Navy Nurses quickly rise to the top of their profession. Navy Nursing provides opportunities to develop leadership skills that will set you apart.