Fronting the Missouri River, this Morton County city serves as the county seat. It was founded in 1879. Nearly two-thirds of the city's residents can claim German ancestry; about one-quarter can claim either Norwegian or Russian roots.
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Mandan staff nurses can make an average salary of about $60,500 per annum. Employers of RNs include St. Alexius Medical Center and the Medcenter One in nearby Bismarck. Both are less than 15 miles away. Mandan is a city in central North Dakota, in Morton County, and is a suburb to Bismarck, which is located to the southeast. A car, if available, is generally the sole means of traveling to Bismarck, as there are no public transportation options between the two cities. The city was originally formed in 1879, and is on the Missouri River. Nurses seeking study programs will find classes at Bismarck State College, Med Center One College of Nursing and the University of Mary, all in Bismarck. Submit your resume to be matched to jobs in Mandan.