Rogers hiring nurses to join our growing team, offering $2,000 referral bonuses07/13/21 09:45:am
To meet the increased need for mental healthcare and to accommodate our growth in multiple locations, Rogers is excited for the opportunity to welcome additional nurses to join our team in Southeast Wisconsin.
We are seeking licensed registered nurses to work at the hospitals in Oconomowoc, Brown Deer, and West Allis on a variety of shifts. Behavioral health experience is not required, and new graduates are invited to apply.
Employees who recommend a candidate who is ultimately hired will receive a $2,000 referral bonus. Additionally, nurses who accept a position at West Allis or Brown Deer may be eligible for a $5,000 sign-on bonus.
Team members are encouraged to direct potential candidates to rogersbh.org/nursing. They can also let them know about the final “Walk-In Wednesday,” taking place on Wednesday, July 21 at the Oconomowoc hospital, from 9 am to 4 pm.
Candidates should bring a copy of their resume and be prepared to do an on-the-spot interview; no appointment is needed. Though taking place in Oconomowoc, participants can apply to work at any of Rogers’ Southeast Wisconsin locations.
“We look forward to telling candidates about their opportunity to be a part of the solution at such a critical time,” says Candi Olivo, director of talent acquisition. “We are equally excited to share our strong benefits package, the increased bonuses involved, and to get them interviewing immediately.”
“Our nurses are the key to our success,” says Terri Cohn, executive director of Nursing. “Rogers offers nurses challenging and rewarding careers with opportunities for mentoring, coaching, and growth.”
For instance, tuition reimbursement and scholarships are available for Rogers employees who are continuing their education. Abigail Gamsky is one such individual who took advantage of the benefit.
She started at Rogers working in The Nook, the café located at the Oconomowoc hospital, and became interested in a role that would enable her to interact with patients.
With her positive outlook and energy, Abigail became a patient care associate. She earned a full scholarship from Rogers to attend Bryant & Stratton College, where she graduated in April with her bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Throughout her education, she continued working at Rogers, and now will become a registered nurse in the inpatient units at Oconomowoc.
“It was so nice to receive the scholarship, and Rogers was really flexible with me while I was in school,” Abigail says. “I’m happy to have a longstanding career here because I’m really passionate about the patients, what we do, and how we help them.”
To learn more about Abigail's story and the open nursing positions, watch this recent story with Spectrum News 1 in Milwaukee.