Nursing Careers at Roper St. Francis
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Nursing Careers

Roper St. Francis offers a range of employment opportunities for nurses. These include full, part-time and as needed positions at Roper Hospital, Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital, Mount Pleasant Hospital, our primary care and specialty physician practices and other outlying locations. The Roper St. Francis Foundation supports our committed, high performing nurses interested in advancing their career with our tuition reimbursement scholarship program. 

Mobile Resource Pool at Roper St. Francis
The Mobile Resource Pool is a system-wide nurse float pool for Roper, Bon Secours St. Francis and Mount Pleasant hospitals that rewards clinical skill and commitment to flexibility. RN's may choose from several options designed to give personal choice of salary, schedules and float requirements to best meet your lifestyle and career needs. RN's may also choose RN Mobile Resource Pool positions dedicated to one specialty (Emergency, Perioperative, etc.)

Mobile Resource Pool Position options include:
  • An hourly commitment of 8-72 hours per pay period
  • A minimum weekend commitment of one full weekend per 6 weeks 
  • Eligibility for shift, weekend and holiday differentials
  • Non-Benefited positions have minor holiday requirements and Benefited positions have major holiday requirements 

RN Residency Pipeline

Roper St. Francis is committed to nurturing and assisting new nurses as they develop and refine clinical skills and critical thinking. The RN Residency Pipeline consists of recent nursing graduates working alongside the supervision of a Clinical Coach-Registered Nurse throughout their entire individualized orientation to build competence and enhance professional growth. 

The Residency Pipeline position is a full-time, benefit-eligible position which can last up to one year. Once the 12-14 week orientation is complete, Residency Pipeline RN’s will have the opportunity to learn first about new available unit-based positions. If a unit-based position is not obtained within the year, the RN can hold a position in the Mobile Resource Pool.

Residency Requirements:
The program requires applicants to have a current license as a Registered Nurse in the state of South Carolina or other recognized compact state. The candidate must be a graduate of an accredited school or college of nursing. BSN is preferred, or required within five (5) years of hire date. The RN Residency positions are posted based on availability on our Careers section. The orientation consists of a 12-14 week core curriculum with additional training provided for specialty tracks.

Residency Program Benefits:

  • The Nurse Residency Pipeline curricula support the unit-based, precepted clinical orientation with evidence-based classroom, simulation, and socialization experiences that effectively transition new graduates to clinically competent, engaged teammates who provide excellent nursing care.
  • The Nurse Residency Pipeline Acute Care and Specialty tracks support Roper St. Francis practice settings with evidence-based curricula that prepare and engage new graduate nurses.
  • The Nurse Residency Pipeline prepares new graduate nurses to grow professionally alongside the clinical ladder process

Professional Nursing Clinical Ladder

The Professional Nursing Clinical Ladder is a performance-based career advancement program that provides a framework for developing, evaluating, promoting and rewarding RNs who provide direct patient care.

Nurses are hired as a Clinical Nurse 1 or Clinical Nurse 2, depending on their nursing experience. Current RSF nurses who meet eligibility requirements have the opportunity to become a Clinical Nurse 3 or Clinical Nurse 4 (BSN required). An application must be submitted which includes documentation of:
  • Professional Specialty Certification
  • Delivery of Evidence Based Practice (EBP) education topic
  • Completion of an EBP or innovation project
  • Active involvement in a RSF Committee or Shared Governance Council
  • Additional activities
A differential is paid for the Clinical Nurse 3 and Clinical Nurse 4 levels. To maintain these levels, the requirements must be met annually.
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