Across our system, we have hundreds of nursing roles available to suit your skills and professional goals, while staying close to home. Start your search today.
As our demand for nurses grows, we're seeking top talent with at least one year of experience to join our team. Based on FTE and years of experience, RNs who join select locations in 2019 will receive a sign-on bonus.
Whether you want to receive training and support or grow into a leadership role, Aurora will ensure that you're armed with the resources you need to be at your best. Our nurse managers lead by example, while also encouraging teamwork, open dialogue and active listening. You'll have the tools you need to deliver quality patient care, with tailored self-scheduling options, including full-time, part-time and float, to give you the work life integration you need to be at your best on and off the floor.
From community involvement to research, shared governance, and more, you're set up to succeed with programs like the Aurora Nursing Professional Advancement Model and the Success Pays™ Program, an ANCC professional development program that allows registered nurses to obtain certification by exam or certification renewal. The program offers the opportunity and funding for RNs to achieve certification in 12 months.
Gain knowledge and experience while earning your degree. Aurora will help with tuition and ATI testing as you work as a CNA or extern at any of our facilities, statewide.
Work directly with patients and their families, helping those in need under the wing of an RN or LPN. As an Aurora CNA, you'll begin to see your career as a health care provider evolve and take shape, paving your path forward. Learn more about our Certified Nursing Assistant roles and opportunities.
Administer medications, IVs and admission assessments to supplement your education in an accredited nursing program. Scheduling is flexible, so you'll forge your own path forward while providing total patient care.
We view you as a professional, meaning you'll almost always begin your career in a hospital. You'll have your own practice and be involved in decision-making as we coach and mentor you. Throughout, you'll have individualized plans to become the nurse you want to be.
The one-year Aurora Health Care Nurse Residency Program is here to help you grow professionally with guidance from supportive cohorts, training opportunities and monthly interactive learning sessions focused on patient outcomes, leadership and other professional roles.
Aurora will empower you to be your best, building on your interests and expertise. You'll have a voice with us, so tell us what matters to you to begin your path to success.
Aurora's career development model and shared governance opportunities allow you to grow into the leader you want to be. If you're self-motivated, driven and emotionally intelligent, with a BSN or higher, you'll be on your way toward a future of career advancement and success.
Work behind the scenes while making a difference in the lives of others. Whether you're a quality improvement coordinator, RN case manager, clinic supervisor or data analyst at Aurora, you'll play an instrumental role in our success as an organization, and be valued for your unique talents and contributions.
Aurora care is 24/7, so you'll have more opportunities to determine plans and educate patients and families. Supervise medications and injections, manage chronic disease, monitor vital signs, counsel on nutrition, and provide care to patients in palliative and hospice settings well beyond the hours of 8-4:30.
Thanks to caregivers like you, Aurora Psychiatric Hospital has been among the best in the nation since its inception in 1884. You'll be a part of a strong team, treating patients with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and substance abuse in inpatient, outpatient, partial hospitalization and day treatment settings.
Build therapeutic relationships through a continuum of care in outpatient and clinic-based locations. You'll promote healthy behaviors and wellness, while treating complex medical conditions, as you learn several areas of care and diagnosis in one convenient location.
Choose your specialty at one of our 15 Wisconsin hospitals. You'll work with internationally recognized providers at world-class facilities, where you'll be a part of a collaborative and solution-driven team.
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The American Association of Men in Nursing has a mission to shape the practice, education, research and leadership for men in nursing and advance men’s health. Aurora has partnered with the Southeastern Wisconsin chapter since 2016. Our nurses and advocates participate in monthly meetings, panel events and info sessions at local universities, as well as community events to promote men’s health and support and mentor men in nursing. You don't have to identify as a man or be a nurse to join.
The National Association of Hispanic Nurses Greater Milwaukee chapter's mission is to impact community health and wellness, mentor youth to encourage pursuit of careers in nursing, and to inspire, guide, and promote Hispanic nurses to seek higher education and leadership roles within health care systems and the nursing profession. The Greater Milwaukee NAHN chapter is new in 2018, but board members have been serving and supporting our community in a variety of ways. Consolidating knowledge, expertise, and resources will allow us to create a bigger impact. You don't have to be Hispanic or be a nurse to join.
The National Black Nurses Association’s mission is to represent and provide a forum for Black Nurses to advocate and implement strategies to ensure access to the highest quality of healthcare for people of color. NBNA’s Milwaukee Chapter volunteers at health and wellness events, advocating for our community’s medical needs, but the chapter also develops and supports our black nursing community in their professional growth and development.