Now hiring RNs in the Spokane area!
It is the responsibility of a staff Registered Nurse under the supervision of a RN Manager, RN Supervisor, RN Assistant Director of Nursing, RN Director of Nursing, and Administrator to perform routine treatments and services in the delivery of care to the residents. A RN must serve as a staff nurse, and at times, a charge nurse on the floor and irresponsible for daily work assignments of the LPN’s, LVN’s, and Nursing Assistants. An RN will provide information for the valuations of nursing assistants, and LPN’s concerning performance appraisals and in educating, consoling, or listening to families and residents.
Is aware of areas that make residents subject to abuse and prevents such abuse.
Maintains open lines of communication among the nursing shifts, and departments, supervisors, physicians, and families.
Is aware of safety issues and strives to accomplish all responsibilities in a safe manner, consistently reinforces good safety attitudes and practices displayed by other staff members.
Controls, prepares, and administer treatments and medications with knowledge of purpose and adverse effects of the nursing care provided.
Functions of a knowledgeable and supportive committee members upon request by the Director of Nursing to maintain high levels of healthcare.
Complete all documentation for assessments, observations, planning evaluation, orders by physicians and care provided to residents.
Utilize professional assessment skills to identify physical, mental, and psychosocial needs of residents, patients and is able to develop a care plan to meet these needs in a multi-disciplinary approach.
Functions in a supervisor capacity as assigned for the completion of a residents and Patients care, employee’s guidelines and disciplines, and maintenance of a positive environment.
Functions as a resource person and mentor to peers and subordinates to maintain professional nursing standards.
Acts on patients, resident’s behalf to assure patient rights and is aware of and prevents resident’s abuse.
Able to work as a team member.
Able to maintain confidential information.
Able to communicate effectively with the company personnel, residents, patients, and families
Able to handle occasional physical and verbal abuse from residents and always handle it in an appropriate professional manner.
Able to supervise (instruct, assign work, etc.) Nursing Assistants, LPV’s, and LVN’s.
Education & Experience:
High School Education
Current RN Licensure
Must maintain CEU requirements as required by the board of nursing.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary, Contract
We offer over-the-phone and virtual interviews for those who want to practice social distancing. We also require a negative COVID-19 test and administer a COVID-19 Risk Assessment and COVID-19 policies/facts.