Job hunting during a global pandemic might be the last thing on your mind. In the health care field, however, finding dedicated employees is more important than ever. A virtual career fair, like the one Sanford Health is holding March 25, may be the answer for those looking for jobs.
Diana Berkland is Sanford Health‘s vice president of nursing and clinical services. During a live Q&A, she expressed the necessity of nurses during this time of uncertainty. Berkland also reminded employees to give themselves grace while providing care for patients.
Sanford Health will host a nursing virtual chat from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 25. It’s an opportunity for aspiring nurses to chat one-on-one with a talent adviser, explore career paths and learn about joining the Sanford family.
After registering, participants can virtually sign in to the event to talk with talent advisers about the next steps to becoming a Sanford nurse. Those seeking nursing positions can learn more about the mission of Sanford Health while following the recommendations for social distancing.
Interested? Register here
Sanford Health employs more than 9,703 registered nurses in more than 80 specialty areas of medicine. These areas include Sanford Cancer, Sanford Children’s, Sanford Heart, Sanford Orthopedics & Sports Medicine and Sanford Women’s.
As an integral part of Sanford Health System, nurses are equal players and collaborative partners in planning patients’ care and bringing them back to health.
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