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Baylor Scott & White Health RN Float Pool Night in College Station, Texas

Facility: Baylor Scott and White Hospital- College Station, TX

Department: Float Pool (ED, ICU, Med/Surg, IMCU, Surgical Services, Women's Services)

Shift/Status: Full Time, 36 hrs per week

Schedule: Night Shift (7pm-7am)

Baylor Scott & White Health College Station is a private, non-profit, 143-bed, multi-specialty hospital. The Medical Center is a certified advanced primary stroke center, a certified chest pain center as well as a Level III Trauma Center. We also have the only Level III NICU designation in Brazos Valley. Additionally, we have achieved the American Nurse Credentialing Magnet Designation. This is a hospital that works for you and exceeds all expectations! Don’t just take our word for it, let us show you a career that’s worth bragging about.

We welcome applicants who will serve faithfully, act honestly, never settle, and recognize that we are in it together to deliver world-class healthcare.

About Us

At Baylor Health, we promote well-being for people, families, and communities. It's the largest healthcare system in Texas, empowering you to live well.

Our Core Values are:

  • We serve faithfully by doing what's right with a joyful heart.

  • We never settle by constantly striving for better.

  • We are in it together by supporting one another and those we serve.

  • We make an impact by taking initiative and delivering exceptional experience.


Our competitive benefits package empowers you to live well and provides:

  • Eligibility on day 1 for all benefits

  • Dollar-for-dollar 401(k) match, up to 5%

  • Debt-free tuition assistance, offering accessto many no-cost and low-cost degrees, certificates and more

  • Immediate access to time off benefits

At Baylor Scott & White Health, your well-being is our top priority. Visit to learn about all of our programs that supports mind, body and spirit

Note: Benefits may vary based on position type and/or level

Job Summary

As an RN Float, you are vital in healthcare, coordinating patient care based on our nursing model. You assess patients, plan personalized care, and evaluate responses to health issues. You keep patients safe by understanding their needs and the healthcare setting for smoother transitions. You delegate interventions to team members based on guidelines, patient condition, and team abilities. Your professionalism and experience help you make important recommendations that impact patient outcomes.

What You'll Do

  • Focus on patient and family needs.

  • Develop and adjust nursing care plans for desired outcomes.

  • You will create a safe place for patients, families, and staff. You will help with emotional and physical pain to aid healing.

  • Embracing diversity in all its forms, you will incorporate the unique perspectives and requirements of patients into your care plans.

  • Patients, families, staff, and community will be educated continuously.

  • Evaluate and record learning progress.

  • You'll work with team and community to implement care plan, delegate tasks as needed.

  • You will solve problems efficiently, utilizing resources effectively and acknowledging their limitations.

  • To elevate your practice, continually seek professional development opportunities and contribute to community service.

What Will Make You Successful In The Role

  • You should have a thorough knowledge of nursing and patient care standards and procedures.

  • It is essential for you to know relevant laws, rules, and regulations, including those for nursing care certifications and accreditations.

  • You should be familiar with concepts such as health promotion, risk reduction, illness and disease prevention, and management.

  • It is crucial for you to have effective communication skills, both spoken and written.

  • Your critical thinking and problem-solving abilities will be vital in this role.

  • Good grasp of general computer skills.

Belonging Statement

We want everyone to feel welcome, valued, and supported. Our workforce should mirror the communities we serve.


  • Graduate of an Accredited Program.

  • Registered Nurse

  • (2) Two years of hands-on experience in nursing is required.

  • Have basic life support certification or get it within 30 days of your start date.

As a health care system committed to improving the health of those we serve, we are asking our employees to model the same behaviours that we promote to our patients. As of January 1, 2012, Baylor Scott & White Health no longer hires individuals who use nicotine products. We are an equal opportunity employer committed to ensuring a diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.