Mission: We strive to: Set the standard of excellence in care of children Serve as the voice for the most vulnerable among us Lead the quest to cure childhood’s most devastating diseases Prepare the nation’s future leaders in child health
I have been working at Children's National Health System full-time
Open space labs, friendly environment, great facilities
health and other benefits not that great, cafeteria is terrible, salary on the lower end
The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Children's National Health System.
HR is no nonsense. After I applied they called me two days later. They picked the date and if I couldn't attend, they said "Thank you for your consideration" and ended the call. Eventually I was able to go to the initial interview. It consisted of a very basic written test with questions on basic calculations like pounds to kg, basic math and medical terminology. Then you interview with the nurse recruiter. If they liked you and you passed your test, your application is forwarded to the units in need and they contact you. The interview on the units depend on where you go. It can be very serious to a casual conversation with your bar buddy. If they like you, you get an offer then pre employment physical.
We're growing! Right now we have more than 200 open nursing positions available on our Careers site. Learn from the best, work with the best, and pursue your passion for pediatric nursing at Children's National!
The Children's Research Institute raised more than $29,000 through the Foundation employee giving campaign to fund $1,000 stipends for 22 high school and college research interns who came to DC to study with our research team this summer. This stipend helps cover food and rent expenses during their internship.