Cincinnati Children’s is a leading pediatric research institution with a diverse offering of research nursing position opportunities. It is an academic medical center dedicated to improving the health of children and adults by delivering state-of-the-art medical care, probing the causes of health problems, and developing new and better ways to prevent, diagnose and treat disease.

Our legacy in pediatric medical research is distinguished. Among many other contributions, Cincinnati Children’s researchers have produced the Sabin oral polio vaccine, the first practical heart-lung machine, one of the key ingredients in surfactant preparation, and the rotavirus vaccine. We have grown to be one of the largest and most technologically-advanced pediatric research institutions in the nation, with nearly 1 million square feet of research space and 450 pediatric faculty in 50 divisions. Cincinnati Children’s is the second highest recipient of National Institutes of Health grant funding among comprehensive pediatric centers, with a total research budget of more than $300 million.

Cincinnati Children’s has earned Magnet recognition for excellence in nursing services by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Recognition Program. We have also been named to the Cincinnati Business Courier’s “Best Places to Work” Hall of Fame and received the 2007-2008 Best Workplace for Men in Nursing Award from the American Assembly for Men in Nursing.