Mayo Clinic holds first ever Nursing Career Fair
ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) – The Mayo Clinic Department of Nursing is hosting its first ever, in-person career fair Wednesday.
The fair is happening from 11:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. at Mayo Clinic’s 41st Street NW Professional Building.
There are currently more than 300 open positions in the Mayo Clinic Department of Nursing in Rochester.
Mayo Clinic staff will be there to discuss opportunities for high school graduates, certified professionals, and licensed professionals at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester and Mayo Clinic Health System.
Attendees can learn what it is like to be a part of the Mayo Clinic family, and how they can develop personally and professionally.
Roles Mayo Clinic is currently hiring for include:
- High School Graduates - Patient Care Assistant, Urology Tech, Endoscopy Tech 1, Procedural Support Assistant, Sterile Processing Tech
- Certified Professionals - Clinical Hemodialysis Tech, Health Unit Coordinator, Vascular Access Tech
- Licensed Professionals - LPN, RN
Application assistance and resume support will be offered at the career fair, with onsite computers available to attendees.
Mayo Clinic recruiters are looking for long term employees who live in the area versus relying on temporary employees like travel nurses.
“What makes Mayo Clinic nursing great is the people who are there behind the scenes providing the hands-on care. Certainly, we are wanting to ensure that we’re able to create that really welcoming environment from the very beginning for individuals who are interested in joining our team and having that consistent representative from Mayo Clinic employees for our patients ongoing is very important,” Mayo Clinic Nursing Placement Coordinator Erica Popp said.
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