**This is an Active Duty U.S. Air Force Officer Opening**
Must be willing to relocate anywhere in the U.S. or the World.
Advertised pay varies, and does not include housing, subsistence, benefits.
There’s more to nursing than bedside care—so much more. Clinical nurses serve our Airmen and their families as patient advocates and problem solvers, often collaborating with other disciplines and conducting group and one-on-one health coaching for patients, families and the community.
Clinical Nurses have a minimum of one year of experience as a Registered Nurse (RN) in medical-surgical nursing. They must possess strong clinical skills and be able to manage multiple medical and/or surgical patients on an inpatient unit. Air Force clinical nurses work in both the inpatient and outpatient settings, however nurses need 3 years of experience to work in an outpatient clinic.
MINIMUM EDUCATION: Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in nursing from a school accredited by the NLN or CCNE
- Knowledge of principles and practices of nursing is mandatory
- Minimum of 12 months full-time nursing practice
- Encouraged to have six of those months practicing in the Critical Care Nurse specialty (ICU)
- Completion of 5.5-week Commissioned Officer training course
- Must be between the ages of 18 and 47
It’s hard to match the perks you receive as an Air Force nurse. In addition to a competitive salary with regular promotions and pay increases, you’ll enjoy these benefits:
- 30 days of vacation with pay each year
- Comprehensive medical and dental care
- Tax-free allowances for housing and food
- Thrift Savings Plan similar to a 401(k)
- Excellent retirement benefits after 20 years of service
I would like to invite you to explore this unique opportunity and discover how you can go from serving your community to serving your country worldwide. If you are up for the challenge, please respond to this posting. Thank you!!
Jessica L. Miller, TSGT, USAF
Officer Talent Acquisition