Nursing Job Board

Please note that, effective immediately, only Registered Nurse (RN) and/or Nurse Practitioner job opportunities will be posted on this web page (using the "Request to Post a Job" link below). Any other nursing-related positions and career fair types of requests will be posted on the bulletin board in the copy room on the 1st floor. These postings, as well as RN/Nurse Practitioner job postings on this page, will be removed within six months after receipt unless the requestor submits a request to remove the posting sooner (see "Request to Remove a Job Posting" link below).

For vendors/parties who are submitting requests to post products/advertisements: These will not be published and your requests will be deleted. This job board is only for RN and Nurse Practitioner job opportunities.


The St. David's School of Nursing makes no representations or guarantees about positions listed on its web site and is not responsible for the safety, wages, working conditions or other aspects of employment. It is the responsibility of the student or alumnus to take all necessary precautions when interviewing for or accepting any position. He or she is solely responsible for obtaining or confirming any necessary information concerning an employer.

  • EMPLOYER: Austin Oaks Hospital 


    LOCATION: Austin, TX

    CONTACT INFORMATION: Austin Oaks Hospital, Colleen Lewis, 512-440-4809, 1407 W Stassney Lane, Austin TX 78745, 


    REPORTS TO: Director of Nursing STATUS: Non-Exempt

    SUPERVISES: Directs the work of - Licensed Vocational Nurses, Mental Health Technicians 

    To provide nursing care for psychiatric patients using the nursing process. To assess mental health needs, develop nursing diagnoses, identify outcomes, plan and evaluate nursing care. To administer and/or monitor the effects and side effects of medications and treatments ordered by a physician. To ensure safety and provide milieu management and crisis intervention strategies. Patients served include children, adolescents, and adults (18+) and geriatric (55+).

    Patients, families, allied health professionals, physicians, other registered nurses, licensed vocational nurses, mental health techs, counselors, unit clerks, administrative personnel, members of the management team, staff from all hospital departments.

    • To initiate and document special treatment procedures.
    • To assess, direct and intervene in crisis situations.
    • To provide leadership and direction to licensed vocational nurses, mental health technicians.
    • To provide assessment of patients’ psychiatric and medical status.
    • To contribute to treatment plan as a member of interdisciplinary team.
    • To administer medication and medical treatment as prescribed by Physician.
    • To provide and direct milieu management.
    • To document nursing care, treatment and patient’s response to treatment.
    • To provide health education to patients and families.
    • To maintain confidentiality of patient’s medical records.
    • To attend mandatory training and in-services.
    • To assist with the orientation and initial training process for other RNs, LVNs and MHTs.
    • Follow hospital policy for Absenteeism/Tardiness
    • Follows departmental and hospital safety and infection control policies, attends all hospital safety trainings, and reports all accidents immediately.
    • Completes all required trainings, In-services, and/or other requirements.
    • Actively participates in department and/or hospital committees’ activities, and/or special projects.
    • Analyzes and resolves issues in a logical and sound manner. Seeks help with decisions appropriately.
    • Maintains current knowledge of policies and practices, protocols and practices for assigned areas. Other self-development, initiatives: maintains required licensure/certifications of job; has gained additional formal qualifications beyond the minimum requirements of the job; or has learned additional job duties and skill; has followed up on any personal development plans.

    • Completes a thorough initial nursing assessment within eight (8) hours of admission, identifying nursing diagnosis and patient goals. Measure: 12 randomly selected records per year to be reviewed by supervisor.
    • Documentation of ongoing patient assessment reflects the full range of needs, including physical, emotional, social, safety and educational. Measure: 12 randomly selected records per year to be reviewed by supervisor.

    Medication and Treatment
    • Administers and/or supervises the administration of medications and treatments according to Physician’s orders and hospital policies and procedures.
    A. Charts all medications administered, documenting any adverse reactions and responses to PRN medications.
    B. Ensures consent for psychoactive medications before first dose is given.
    C. Accurately transcribes medication orders.
    • Measure: 12 randomly selected records per year to be reviewed by supervisors for A and B. C will be monitored through medication and pharmacy variance reports.

    Treatment Planning & Milieu Management
    • Participates in treatment planning as a member of the interdisciplinary treatment team; ensures that nursing interventions on treatment plan include, but are not limited to, methods for monitoring medication effectiveness and side effects and treatment of active medical problems. Measure: 12 randomly selected records per year to be reviewed by supervisor.
    • Provides milieu management through leadership provided to LVN, MHTs, counselors and other staff members. Measure: 12 randomly selected assignment sheets completed by the nurse while in charge will be reviewed for comprehensiveness by the supervisor each year.
    • Documents patient progress clearly and concisely. Measure: 12 randomly selected records per year to be reviewed by supervisor.
    • Provides appropriate nursing intervention and documentation in crisis situations including seclusion, restraint, psychiatric emergencies and medical emergencies. Measure: 12 occurrences per year by direct supervisor observation and/or review of documentation. Data sources may include progress notes, seclusion/restraint evaluation forms, incident reports, and Memorandum of Transfer.
    • Demonstrates knowledge of growth and development for the skills necessary to provide appropriate care for all age groups by effective communication, age-appropriate limit setting and interventions. Measure: 12 occurrences per year by direct supervisor observation.
    • Assesses the health education needs of patients/families and documents education provided. Measure: 12 randomly selected records per year to be reviewed by supervisor.
    • Other duties as assigned.



    Knowledge of appropriate nursing assessment, diagnosis, treatment, planning, intervention and evaluation of psychiatric patients. Ability to accurately administer medication and treatments and monitor for effectiveness and side effects. Knowledge of milieu management. Ability to delegate responsibility to other staff and monitor their performance. Ability to safely implement special treatment procedures. Skill in developing therapeutic relationship with adults and their families. Skill in preparing and maintaining appropriate medical record documentation. Skill in teaching patients and families about the patient’s health needs. Works autonomously, sets priorities and makes decisions of a complex nature. Maintains confidentiality and HIPAA standards. Regular and predictable attendance is required.

    Required: Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing. We hire new Grads. 
    Preferred: BSN

    Current Texas State Registered Nurse License
    Current CPR
    Aggressive Behavior Management training – within 30 days of hire date.

    Required: None. 
    Preferred: One year psychiatric nursing experience. 


    Full range of body motion including handling and lifting patients. Manual and finger dexterity. Hand-eye coordination. Ability to run. Ability to restrain patients weighing up to 250 pounds. Ability to lift, carry, and/or lower items weighing up to 50 pounds. Ability to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Ability to drive a vehicle. Ability to walk 6+ hours per day, frequently standing, bending, stooping and reaching to check or move equipment and assist patients. Hearing and vision sufficient to perform essential functions. Emotional stability necessary to perform essential functions. Ability to speak clearly. Ability to write legibly.


    Staff in this position are responsible for consideration of developmental issues of patients in each of the following age groups identified:

    X Children (4 to 12 years) X Adolescents (13 to 17 years)
    X Adult (18 to 54 years) X Geriatric (55 + years)

    This position may require that patients outside the normal age group(s) as stated above be cared for. In this event, the employee should consult with his/her direct supervisor to be directed to available resources to provide the appropriate care.




    Participates in therapeutic crisis intervention that involves some personal risk when dealing with physically aggressive patients.

  • EMPLOYER: Anh Selissen (private home)


    LOCATION: Pflugerville, TX

    CONTACT INFORMATION: 512-698-6866, 


    This position will care for a 94 year old man. It is a live in position that will assist in the home care of the individual. The position will help the patient with home care, such as walking, bathing, and serving meals. 

    The position will be provided his/her own room in a home in Pflugerville at no cost and a $250 per month stipend. 

    The position is intended to be done in conjunction with attending school. 

  • EMPLOYER: Methodist Healthcare Ministries


    LOCATION: Austin, TX

    CONTACT INFORMATION: To apply please visit our website at 


    • A Wesley Nurse is unlike any other healthcare professional you’ll ever meet. They don’t work in a clinic or a hospital, rotate patients through appointments, and aren’t just there to care for people’s physical needs.
    • A Wesley Nurse is an advocate, empowering patients to take ownership of their health and wellbeing.
    • A Wesley Nurse is a navigator, helping patients connect the dots between the different health services and resources within their own community.
    • A Wesley Nurse is a partner, building relationships to reduce the socio-economic barriers that often contribute to health crisis.
    • A Wesley Nurse is an educator, encouraging healthier choices that prevent chronic disease and promote holistic health and wellbeing.
    • Above all, a Wesley Nurse focuses on the intentional care of the spirit and improving health outcomes - body, mind, and spirit. They are deeply rooted in their communities, walking alongside families and individuals to ensure a healthy, happy, and thriving life for all. Wesley Nurses bring life to our mission of “Serving Humanity to Honor God.”

      Essential Duties:

      Implement the nursing processes of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation at the individual, family, community, and population levels.

      Identify expected outcomes for a plan individualized to the patient, family, or community.

      Practice in a collaborative manner with patients, families, communities and key stakeholders, such community organizations, churches, businesses, neighborhood residents, local government, to attain expected, measurable outcomes.

      Practices ethically, delivering care in a manner that preserves and protects the patient’s autonomy, dignity, rights, and spiritual beliefs and practices.

      Practices in a manner that is congruent with the principles of cultural diversity and inclusion.

      Utilizes evidence-based practice interventions such as, but not limited to, health education, motivational interviewing, counseling, prayer, caring presence, active listening, advocacy, referrals, Asset-Based Community Development, and Trauma Informed Care to promote health and wellbeing of individuals, communities, and populations.

      Coordinates care delivery for patients and families.

      Establishes, nourishes, and maintains relationships with stakeholders in the community (i.e., residents, associations, organizations, businesses, coalitions, schools, etc.)

      Stays current with Public Health guidelines and practices.

      Keeps current with knowledge of resources available to patients.

      Communicates effectively in all areas of practice.

      Shows initiative and can work independently.

      Engages with least served communities.

      Advocates for patients, families, and communities.

      Maintains appropriate records necessary to document the functions and activities of the Wesley Nurse.

      Attends the educational sessions which are provided in response to identified learning needs.

      Performs other duties as assigned.


      To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


      Registered Nurse, graduate from an accredited school of nursing required. Bachelors of Science Degree in Nursing preferred. At least 2 years clinical and/or community health nursing experience preferred. An accredited Faith Community Nurse course must be completed within the first two years of employment.

      Language Ability:

      Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports and business correspondence. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public. Fluent in English. Bilingual in Spanish required.

      Reasoning Ability:

      Must have critical thinking skills and be able to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.

      Certificates and Licenses:

      Current state of Texas nursing license. BCLS and CPR.

      Computer Skills:

      Demonstrates working knowledge of the Internet, Outlook, Power Point, Word and Excel applications.


      Ability to work in a changing environment and as part of a team, taking on tasks at all levels

      Ability to work in a changing environment and as part of a team, taking on tasks at all levels

      Ability to drive and have access to a vehicle; maintain current driver’s license and auto liability insurance.

      Frequent in-town travel required. Nurses outside Bexar county will be required to travel periodically to San Antonio.

      Frequent travel required within the nurse's community as well as occasional travel within the MHM 74-county service area. Some travel may include overnight stays. 

      Work Environment and Physical Demands:

      The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those a team member encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

      While performing the duties of this job, the team member will have direct contact with patients and clients. Position necessitates bending, stooping, twisting, turning, walking, climbing steps, sitting, and standing for periods of time. Must be able to lift and maneuver 30 pounds.

      Commitment to Health Equity:

      Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas, Inc. believes that to improve the wellness of the least served and fully live out its mission of “Serving Humanity to Honor God,” it must recognize the inequities inherent in its communities that contribute to poor health outcomes. Health Equity is both the process and goal by which Methodist Healthcare Ministries seeks to carry out that purpose. Health Equity is a framework of thought and action that strives to reduce racial and socio-economic disparities and create fair and just opportunities for every person to reach their full potential for health and life and contribute to that of others.

      “Guided by our mission of “Serving Humanity to Honor God,” and the Social Principles of The United Methodist Church, Methodist Healthcare Ministries recognizes, embraces, and affirms all persons are God’s children and therefore entitled to dignity and respect. No person should be subject to hostility or social discrimination based on immigration status, country of origin, age, race or ethnicity, gender expression, religion, or sexual orientation. We affirm the right of all persons to have opportunities for health and well-being, including safety, employment, access to housing, healthcare, and education.”
  • EMPLOYER: Cedar Ridge Alzheimer's Special Care Center


    LOCATION:  Not listed


    Mallory Hernvall, 564-208-8025

    apply at:


    Perks and Benefits*:
    Earn up to 1% wage increase every Quarter
    Sinceri Senior Living Discount Marketplace
    Employee Referral Bonus of $1,000
    Access to earned wages prior to payday
    Generous PTO Plan
    Career Development
    An employee engaged scheduling system
    Length of Service Bonus Program
    Affordable Medical, Dental, Vision, Supplemental Benefits
    401K Retirement Plan
    Oh, and did we mention an amazing Team Environment?
    *Some benefits may vary depending on position and employment status

    Current Shift Openings:
    PT - Weekends (Sat & Sun) 8 hr Shifts (6 am - 2 pm) - Work 2 days and take 5 off!!! 
    PT - 2 on 4 off (Swing shift w/ Shift Dif) - Shifts are available to pick up if you are looking for more hours! 

    Essential Functions:
    Monitors the daily care of all residents
    Performs skilled nursing tasks as defined by company policy and procedure, and as allowed by state law
    Documents observations, concerns, and changes in resident conditions, incidents, and/or accidents, and ensure that follow-up documentation occurs until the issue is resolved.
    Communicates resident needs and concerns to family members and physicians
    Communicate with family members, physicians, and other outside healthcare providers
    Records and implements physician orders
    Ensures that information and interventions recorded on resident service plans are implemented by Caregivers
    Ensures that Medication Aides are maintaining an orderly medication cart, medication room, and accurate medication administration records
    Receives reports from caregivers before the end of the shift
    Provides status reports to oncoming Staff
    Assist in shift assignments and ensures that assigned duties are completed in a satisfactory manner
    Monitors care staff performance for compliance with established policies and procedures, and to ensure quality resident care
    Manages shift coverage when staff members call in sick for the oncoming shift
    Responsible for scheduling and other staffing duties, as requested
    Deals appropriately with a family member and visitor concerns or complaints, documenting the issues and actions taken through the appropriate reporting mechanism
    Manages minor physical plant issues that arise during assigned shifts, reporting as necessary to Maintenance Director and Administrator

    Minimum Eligibility Requirements:
    Current state LPN/LVN or RN License if required by State
    Previous experience working with the elderly in a healthcare setting
    Previous supervisory experience preferred
    Ability to establish effective relationships with residents, family members, and staff
    Strong documentation skills
    Ability to represent the facility in a positive and professional manner

    Why You Should Work With Us:
    As a Sinceri Senior Living company, we are a fun loving, employee-centric community like no other! Maybe that’s why we have been certified by our employees as a Great Place to Work ® for our 5th Year in a row. Create your healthcare career with us and learn about all the career growth opportunities we offer.

    Have we sparked your interest yet? Apply online and join our wonderful team. Questions about the application process? Come visit us and our staff will be happy to assist you!

    Sinceri Senior living is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, disability status, or any other applicable characteristics protected by law. Minors must be at least 16 years of age to be employed by Sinceri Senior Living. Candidates submitted by unsolicited 3rd party recruiters will not be considered.

  • EMPLOYER: Restore Hyper Wellness- Round Rock


    LOCATION: Round Rock, TX




    A competitive hourly plus bonuses

    Great working hours (Monday- Friday 10-7, Saturday 9-5, Sunday 11-5)

    Casual Dress-code 

    Fun, wellness-focused work environment

    Generous employee discount program, including some complimentary services and discounts for you and your family/friends

    Company Overview:

    Restore Hyper Wellness is the leading retail provider of alternative health and wellness modalities in the United States. Our goal is to make Hyper Wellness® widely accessible, affordable, and fun. This means helping people from all walks of life feel better and perform at a higher level so they can do more of what they love in life. Inc. 5000 ranked Restore as the #113 Fastest Growing Company in America, the #17 Fastest Growing Company in Texas, and the #1 Hottest Franchise in America.

    Job Summary:

    Do you have a passion for nursing but are tired of the hectic, high-stress environment of a clinic or ER? This is your chance to take your career in an exciting, new direction. 

    Restore is seeking an outgoing, experienced Nurse to join our team of wellness professionals on a mission to help people feel better so they can do more of what they love. We’re the antithesis of a traditional medical office or clinic, offering innovative wellness services in a fun, comfortable environment. Our nurses have described working for Restore as “the most fun you can have at a nursing job while still helping people in a meaningful way.” This is your opportunity to take an active role in assisting individuals on their health and wellness journey and leading a team of nurses to support the Restore mission. 


    Administer IV Drip Therapy and Intramuscular (IM) Shots to deliver our menu of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. 

    Educate clients on the qualities and benefits of our IV Drip and Intramuscular (IM) Shot ingredients. 

    Administer Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy sessions. 

    Utilize blood test offerings to help clients optimize their wellness. 

    Promote memberships and medical services based on client needs. 

    Document client visits via electronic medical records. 

    Address and answer client questions using the Restore Nursing Reference Guide under the supervision of the Medical Director and network of licensed Advanced Practice Providers. 

    Communicate to the medical compliance team any issues or adverse effects clients experience.

    Provide therapeutic communication along with exceptional customer service.

    Assist staff with store services. 

    Assist with off-site nursing events and special projects. 

    This position reports to the GM.

    Maintain a safe and clean working environment.


    You’re a licensed Registered Nurse (RN). 

    You ideally have at least two years of experience as a nurse in an acute care setting (ER, ICU, Med-Surg, or similar).

    You are BLS (Basic Life Support) certified

    You ideally have at least one year of experience administering injections. 

    You’re comfortable using electronic medical records to document client details. 

    You maintain a non-judgmental outlook and have a demonstrated ability to work with a diverse clientele. 

    Your verbal and written communication skills are on point. 

    You value ethics and integrity. 

    You embrace a team environment and also excel at working independently. 

    You’re willing to adhere to all policies and procedures and understand the importance of maintaining medical compliance. 

    You are able to fill in shifts on an as-needed basis and are generally flexible with scheduling. 

    Minimum of 2 shifts per month required.

    Apply Online at

  • EMPLOYER: Texas State University Student Health Center Round Rock


    LOCATION: Round Rock, TX

    CONTACT INFORMATION: Andrea Hankins - 512-245-1612:


    Please go to Texas State University Career Website:

    Texas State University Health Services is seeking a PART-TIME (M/W/F) Benefit-Eligible Registered Nurse (RN) for it ambulatory health care facility serving college students on the Round Rock Campus. Responsible for providing nursing care, treatment, and health education for Texas State students. Responsible for coordinating clinic operations.

    Duties: Responsibilities include nursing care of patients, giving self-care advice, health education, triage, administration of immunizations, and assisting medical providers with patient care services according to recognized nursing standards. Clinic coordinator responsibilities including ensuring that adequate medication, vaccine, supplies, and equipment are available to provide medical services. Also responsible for CLIA-waived lab testing and infection control. May also participate on committees and projects.

  • EMPLOYER: Texas Oncology


    LOCATION: See description below

    CONTACT INFORMATION: Marianna Tryggestad (469)636-9598


    Texas Oncology is looking for full-time new graduate Registered Nurse Residents for its winter residency cohort that will begin in January of 2024. The program will last eight weeks and will include both didactic and clinical components.  Our locations are typically open Monday-Friday 8:30a-5:00p and are closed weekends and major holidays. The first 2 weeks of the program will take place in DFW (with all expenses paid) while the remainder of the program will be completed in Austin.

    Texas Oncology is the largest community oncology provider in the country and has approximately 600+ providers in 220+ sites across Texas and southeastern Oklahoma.  Our founders pioneered community-based cancer care because they believed in making the best available cancer care accessible to all communities, allowing people to fight cancer at home with the critical support of family and friends nearby. Our mission is still the same today—at Texas Oncology, we use leading-edge technology and research to deliver high-quality, high-touch, evidence-based cancer care to help our patients achieve “More breakthroughs. More victories.” ® in their fight against cancer.  Today, Texas Oncology treats half of all Texans diagnosed with cancer on an annual basis.

    Why work for us?

    Come join our team that is responsible for helping lead Texas Oncology in treating more patient diagnosed with cancer than any other provider in Texas.  We offer our employees a competitive benefits package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Short-term and Long-term disability coverage, a generous PTO program, a 401k plan that comes with a company match, a Wellness program that rewards you practicing a healthy lifestyle, and lots of other great perks such as Tuition Reimbursement, an Employee Assistance program, and discounts on some of your favorite retailers.

    What do the RN Residents do?

    Under general supervision, the Registered Nurse Resident provides professional nursing care for patients adhering to national and company standards and guidelines for specialty regulations; must recognize physical, psychological, and spiritual aspects of care and participates in company-wide quality initiatives; supports and adheres to the US Oncology Compliance Program, to include the Code of Ethics and Business Standards.

    The essential duties and responsibilities:

    Plan, implement, coordinate, evaluate and promote the continuity of care consistent with established standards and practices. 

    Prepares and administers therapies under the direction and supervision of a physician.

    Maintains work environment.

    Follows OSHA guidelines when handling cytotoxic agents, biohazardous waste and any other material potentially infected with a blood borne pathogen.

    Facilitates clinical operations and patient care. Facilitates and schedules consultations, pre-testing, diagnostic tests or procedures, referrals, and future appointments for patients.

    Triages patient phone calls as needed and documents relevant information in the patient's chart.

    Inter professional collaboration.

    Acts as a resource to LPN/LVNs and medical assistants.

    Participates in professional development activities and maintains current knowledge of oncology nursing by participating in ongoing educational opportunities.

    The ideal candidate for the position will have the following background and experience: 

    Completed graduation from an accredited program for professional nursing education within one year prior to January 2024; BSN preferred.

    Current BCLS (Basic Cardiac and Life Support) certification required.

    RN state license with the State Board of Nursing in practicing state is required by end of residency program in order to be hired on into a permanent position.

    Experience and knowledge of the purpose and use of medications in the treatment of cancer is preferred.

    Working Conditions:

    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  There is a possible exposure to communicable diseases, toxic substances, ionizing radiation, medical preparations and other conditions common to an oncology/hematology clinic environment.

    Physical Requirements:

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Requires full range of body motion including handling and lifting patients, manual and finger dexterity, and eye-hand coordination.  Requires standing and walking for extensive periods of time.  Occasionally lifts and carries items weighing up to 40 lbs.  Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range.


The St. David’s School of Nursing is happy to post your job opportunity if it is a nursing-related position.  Please note that if not notified otherwise, any posted job notice that is 6 months or older will be removed.