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Registered Nurse - Radiology

Job Details

Job Ref:
Registered Nurse
Employment Type:
Full Time
111 Colchester Ave, Burlington, VT 05401
Sonography and Interventional Radiology
Job Type:
Primary Shift:
8:00 AM - 5:00 AM
Hours per Week:
Weekend Needs:
Pay Rate:
$35.05 - $55.83 per hour

Not Required


$10K RN Sign-on Bonus for full-time (pro-rated for part-time)


Job description:

Our nurses are a critical part of the UVMHN team. We celebrate their daily contributions and the positive impact they have on our patients and their health.

At The University of Vermont Health Network, you will work with a diverse group of nurses, physicians, and specialty practitioners who personally care about their patients and community. No matter the location, every employee has a hand in contributing to the wellness of patients. You'll discover a culture of teamwork, professionalism, and mutual respect at UVMHN.

Unit Description

Greater than one year of experience as an RN is required.  Previous experience in Radiology is preferred. The schedule for this position is Monday through Thursday, 8am-5pm.

The Radiology RNs complete specialized nursing duties such as administering IV sedation or analgesia during special procedures, monitoring vital signs including ECG rhythms, closely monitoring patients with cardiac/pulse oximeters i.e., and pacemaker monitoring during MRI scans. Radiology nurses will be required to care for patients receiving nuclear medicine treatment, care and management of labs, medications, and pre and post intervention phone calls. Radiology modalities call on nurses to care for patients transported from inpatient settings, patients in emergency situations, pediatric patients and others needing sedation with assistance of the anesthesiologist. The Radiology Nurse may be called upon to help write patient care policies, design flowsheets, patient instruction sheets and/or develop protocols and care plans. Additional required tasks may include routinely starting or checking peripheral IV's, assess/de-access infusaports, suction patients, insert in-dwelling catheters and assisting patients with their personal needs.


  • Current RN licensure or compact licensure recognized by the State of Vermont required.
  • The University of Vermont Health Network is moving toward an all Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) workforce. All external candidates hired into, or current employees promoted to, a RN position will be required to obtain their BSN as outlined in the terms of their offer letter.
  • Appropriate experience in specific clinical area.  Varies by unit.

Our Total Rewards package includes:

Additional benefits may include:

About the Area

Located in Burlington, the cultural hub of Vermont, you'll find all of the amenities of the best small cities, alongside the very best skiing and riding in the east (with six ski resorts within an hour of downtown). In Burlington, everyone can truly find what they're looking for to unwind; from Nordic skiing to mountain biking to backcountry touring.

Burlington has a robust food and music scene, with entertainment options for all ages. Designated the "Healthiest City in the USA" by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Burlington ranked highest in exercise, and among the lowest in obesity, diabetes and other indicators of ill health.

We offer a quality of life that is second to none in Burlington, the cultural hub of Vermont. With exciting signing incentives and relocation assistance, moving to Vermont has never been an easier decision.

Joining our team has its perks:

  • We encourage professional growth and development
  • We ensure our nurses are truly happy and feel valued
  • We offer structured preceptorships and continuing education
  • We are committed to great patient ratios
  • Our team culture is unlike what you’ll find at other hospitals
  • We’ve made significant investments in safe patient handling and mobility equipment
  • Nurses truly have a voice here through our shared governance

Fast Facts




Referral center for 1M people in VT and NNY; community hospital for 168,000


Total licensed beds at the main and Fanny Allen campuses


More than 65 outpatient practices and over 100 clinics, programs and services


784 faculty physicians and 182 advanced practice providers


Patient care encounters at our hospital and clinics, including 56,000 ER visits

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