Orange County, Florida is proud to be ranked No. 16 in the Top 100 Companies for working families by the Orlando Sentinel. The Orlando Sentinel’s Top 100 Companies for Working Families designation recognizes Central Florida’s top companies for their commitment to family and work life balance. Orange County has 6,547 full-time employees and 930 part-time employees ranging from Correctional Officers to Chemists serving approximately 1.2 million residents.
Orange County Government in Orlando, Florida is seeking highly skilled individuals to fill the position Registered Nurse (RN) in our Corrections Health Services Division. The individual will perform nursing duties requiring skills and judgment in the care and treatment of patients in a correctional setting using nursing principles and techniques for a variety of the patients’ medical needs.
Are you a new nurse ready to start your nursing career or an experienced nurse moving laterally from unit to unit with no career direction or longevity? Are you ready to practice autonomously (within scope)? If the answer is yes, a career with Orange County Corrections may be a great option for you.
Corrections’ Nurses have special skill sets that allows them to potentially make a significant difference in the lives of their patients by treating them objectivity and with respect, while providing ethical, safe, and compassionate care.
A nursing career with Orange County Government can provide a career path, growth, and job satisfaction. If you are you ready to be a key player on a High Performing Team consider a career with Orange County Corrections.