Basu Lab Research Nurse PRN (Staff Wage)
Job ID: R0039126 | Nursing Professional | Part Time | Charlottesville, VA
The Division of Endocrinology is seeking registered nurses to work on a PRN basis for the program related to diabetes translational research for Drs. Andy and Rita Basu. This position requires knowledge of study research procedures and protocols in an inpatient setting. Shifts include day, evening, night, weekend, and holiday. Shifts are scheduled according to the needs of the study. Employees will report on an as-needed (PRN) basis, no more than 20 hours per week. Qualified candidates must be licensed RNs. Candidates must also be skilled in the placement of IVs and blood withdrawal, as well as have a CPR certification and at least one year of work experience as an RN. This part-time wage position is restricted and contingent upon the continuation of funding.

This is a wage position, which is not eligible for leave or other benefits and is limited to 1500 hours of work in a year. For more information, refer to the Wage Employment link:

Questions related to the position may be directed to Rita Basu MD at

The University will perform background checks on all new hires prior to employment. This position will require an education verification, drug screen, health screen and professional licensure check. Please refer to the Health Screen Policy.

  • Education: Graduation from an accredited school of nursing. Bachelor of Science degree or Associate degree in nursing and diploma in nursing.
  • Experience: One year of work experience as an RN.
  • Licensure: Registered nursing license and CPR certification.

Job requires sitting/standing for prolonged periods, frequently bending/stooping/traveling (distance: 1-2 miles/day), climbing (ladder, steps), and reaching (overhead, extensive, repetitive). Proficient communicative, auditory, and visual skills. Attention to detail and ability to write legibly. Ability to lift/push/pull 20-50 lbs.

This position may be exposed to electric current while working on electronic equipment, exposed to extreme temperatures in steam tunnels, and required to stand on different surfaces.

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Charlottesville, VA
Charlottesville, VA 22903
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