FLORENCE, Ala. – The North Alabama Medical Center (NAMC) will host a job fair on Thursday, September 8.
Nursing supervisor and coordinator Ashley Hagan told News 19 that every department at the hospital will be active during the job fair.
“From emergency, intensive care, medical floors, dietary, housekeeping, we’re going to have all areas on the recruiting fair,” Hagan said. “Literally everywhere the hospital is going to hire.”
NAMC will have dozens of positions available in nursing, medical services, food services, physiotherapy and orthopedics, laboratory, administrative support, and more. For a complete list of current jobs
opportunities, go to their website here.
America is currently facing a nationwide shortage of nurses, and NAMC is no exception. A nursing student at the University of North Alabama, Nathanial Hill, told News 19 that students like him are in high demand.
“There’s definitely a huge demand for staff when it comes to these hospitals, as a lot of people are suffering from burnout and quitting their jobs,” Hill said. “I don’t think anyone here would have a problem finding a job wherever they wanted to go in-state or out-of-state.”
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