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Registered Nurse

Company: Senior Living Recruiting Specialist
Location: San Diego
Posted on: May 28, 2023

Job Description:

We are a Senior Living Recruiting Firm. Our mission is Connecting top notch RN's, LPN's, CNA's, HHA's, Caregivers, Med Techs and QMAP's with the best communities in their market at no charge to you.. We are seeking a new Registered Nurse to join the team of our beautiful communitiy in San Diego. Your role will be to Provide and direct resident care, create care plans, coordinate or manage nursing services and staff and provide health education to residents requiring complex care. If you love working with seniors and making a difference in their lives, this position is worth learning more. What You Will Do: Provide excellent patient care Oversee clinical team on shift Build team environment Follow and implement physician orders Follow Corporate and Regulatory Guidelines Monitor, address and report clinical concerns What You Will Bring: Our ideal candidate will have 1-3 years of relevant experience and the following credentials/skills: Registered Nurse License in the State of California Communication Skills Leadership Skills Critical Thinking Skills expected from a Registered Nurse Direct Care Activities of Daily Living Care Management Let your Specialist know what time is best for you to interview Your Recruiter schedules all your interviews. We ensure our network of senior living communities knows you before they meet you. We do all the follow up to GET YOU HIRED! Salary range for this position is $44.00 - $55.00 per hour. Community offers the following benefits: PTO Health Insurance Life Insurance Dental Insurance Vision Insurance 401(k) Why You'll Love Us: We know looking for the perfect career or job takes time, energy, and persistence. Your online search can take hours every day but add to that the time to read through job descriptions and fill out multiple job applications. All that only to hope your resume is the one that gets noticed and you get called for an interview. It's is a lot of work and we know it. Why would you want us to help you find the perfect job? Because we are fast, we have real-time updates on open positions and many with significant sign-on bonuses! Better yet---.we're a FREE service. What is the catch? There is none. We want to place the best possible candidates in the best senior living communities. Our goal is to ensure senior living residents are cared for by passionate and caring staff who desire to work in a fulfilling and rewarding career. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each key function satisfactorily: Plans, organizes and evaluates the care for residents requiring complex medical care, complex skilled nursing care and physical assessment. Duties below are examples of position function but not inclusive. Creates, reviews and implements systems for addressing the unique needs of residents with complex medical and complex skilled nursing needs. Manages the care for residents dependent upon medical equipment such as infusion therapy, enteral feeding pumps, ventilators and monitors, Prevents delay in resident's recovery by recognizing and assessing changes in resident's physical condition early and notifies the physician or licensed independent in a timely manner. Uses a systematic approach to provide individualized nursing care. Performs nursing assessments regarding the health status of the resident. Contributes to the resident's assessment (MDS/RAP's) and the development of a plan of care. Makes nursing diagnoses, which serve as the basis for the strategy of care. Develops a plan of care based on assessment, implementing nursing care. Evaluates the resident's responses to nursing interventions. Selects and institutes appropriate nursing intervention which might be required to stabilize a resident's condition and/or prevent complications. Clarifies any order or treatment regimen believed to be inaccurate, non-effective or contraindicated consulting with the appropriate licensed practitioner and notifying the ordering practitioner when making the decision not to administer medication or treatment. Accurately reports and documents the resident's symptoms, responses and status. Demonstrates measures to promote a safe environment for residents and others. Designs, promotes and organizes resident's education and counseling based on health needs. Collaborates with the resident, members of the healthcare team and, when appropriate, the resident's significant other(s) in the interest of the resident's healthcare. Consults with, utilizes and initiates referrals to appropriate community agencies and healthcare resources to provide continuity of care. Monitors residents who self-administer medications and report deviation of care to the licensed or registered nurse. Uses safe and prescribed procedures for medication administration. Identifies residents before administering medications. Reports a drug administration error or drug reaction to the charge nurse and completes report as appropriate. Removes discontinued, outdated or deteriorated drugs from inventory. Reviews medication and treatment records for completeness, accuracy in transcription of physician orders and adherence to stop order policies. Administers and documents administration of medications, enteral nutrition and treatments per the physician's order and accurately records all care provided. Orders and documents receipt of medications. Supervises the serving and documentation of prescribed diets and fluid intake. Counts al narcotics, signs for count and exchanges keys to medication cards and medication room. Checks emergency equipment (oxygen and suction) and emergency medication kit if application). Follows procedures related to the use of nursing equipment and supplies. Performs other duties as directed. Maintenance Of Supplies/Equipment: All equipment is operated in a safe manner and the only equipment utilized is that which previous training of use has occurred. Defective equipment is reported to the Manager. Utility room is checked routinely for supplies that need to be returned to the appropriate department, meal trays requiring return to dietary, and linen that requires removal to the laundry. Safety hazards are removed from unit floors (liquid spills, food, paper, equipment cords, etc.). Demonstrates knowledge of and compliance with Infection Control/Universal Precaution/Blood Borne Pathogen, OSHA, HIPAA and confidentiality policies. Safety guidelines established by the facility (i.e. proper restraint and side-rail use) are followed. All accidents or incidents observed are reported on the shift that they occur. All changes in a patients/residents condition are reported as soon as possible to the appropriate parties. Staff meetings are attended, if on duty. Minutes read and initialed if not on duty. Resident/unit problems are reported to Supervisor/Manager. Decisions are made that reflect both knowledge and good judgment. Awareness of own limitation is evident, and assistance is sought when necessary. Committee meetings (if assigned) are attended. Reports related to the committee are given during staff meetings. Responsibility is taken for own professional growth. Attend and participate in all scheduled training, educational and orientation classes, programs and activities including annual mandatory classes. Follow work schedules and complete assigned tasks according to the established policies and procedures of the facility. Complies with Attendance/Tardiness policy. Organizational ability and time management is demonstrated. Cooperate with inter-departmental personnel to ensure that the needs of the residents are met and maintained. Human Relations: Cultivate and demonstrate a positive working relationship with residents, visitors and facility staff.. As a member of the Clinical department, you will work with the interdisciplinary team and report to our Administrator. DEI Statement: We prioritize diversity and inclusion in our workplace as well as our hiring practices. We are committed to employing people from various backgrounds with unique perspectives and experiences. We recognize that input from all voices informs innovation and strengthens our business. EOE Statement: We are an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age, or other legally protected status. Employment Type: Full Time Years Experience: 1 - 3 years Salary: $44 - $55 Hourly Bonus/Commission: No

Keywords: Senior Living Recruiting Specialist, San Diego , Registered Nurse, Healthcare , San Diego, California

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