The Washington Healthcare Careers site is a great resource for identifying nursing programs in Washington state.
Make sure to attend the information sessions at any schools you are considering.
Yes. We have limited opportunities for nursing students in patient-care roles, such as nursing technician, certified nursing assistant and unit coordinator.
Please see the job list for vacancies.
We welcome new nursing graduates – and we'll support you as you transition from student to nurse. Seattle Children's hires new graduate RNs throughout the year, in a variety of clinical areas.
We prefer to hire new graduate RNs with:
Applicants need to have their Washington state RN license and be available to start work within four to eight weeks after applying for a new graduate RN position.
As a newly graduated nurse at Seattle Children's, you'll receive orientation and ongoing support to help you succeed.