Position Title: RN
Department: Emergency Care Cntr-E
Up to $10,000 Sign On Bonus for Eligible Candidates
• Shift Differentials Increased to $5/hr for evening shift & $7/hr for night shift • Start Accruing PTO Right Away • Personalized Benefit Meeting • Offering Tuition Reimbursement
Purpose: Provides and directs safe, effective, and culturally-competent patient care for all age groups requiring stabilization, and/or resuscitation. Key accountabilities include assessment, diagnosis, outcomes identification, planning, implementation, and evaluation of care using critical thinking and evidenced-based practice; triaging and prioritizing care needs; crisis intervention for unique patient populations (e.g., sexual assault survivors); and emergency operations preparedness; adherence to the Professional Practice Standards as defined by ANA; and active participation in quality monitoring and performance improvement activities.
Report To: Manager, Emergency Services
Supervisory Responsibility: Direction: The job requires some accountability for scheduling, assigning or coordinating work. Employees check the quality of work and provide guidance, instruction, training and direction to others. Although the job does not require formal or official supervisory responsibility, the incumbent serves as group leader or acts in an informal "assistant supervisory" or "lead" role. In addition, the employee may be expected to provide information or suggestions on human resources matters.
Materials Responsibility: Limited: Work requires limited responsibility for material resources. Examples of resources could include supplies, equipment, inventories, small budgets, and other similar material assets. The employee has a limited amount of control over these resources. The cost of errors is also limited in terms of damage, waste or financial loss. Problems associated with material resources are not complex. The volume of resources may vary, but the level of difficulty in dealing with these resources is uncomplicated.
Key Relationship: Co-workers/Health System Employees, Outside Agencies/Other Health Care Providers, General Public/Visitors/Volunteers, Physicians/Medical Office Staff, Students/Interns/Residents/Outside Instructors, Patients, Families, and Significant Others
Education: Associate's Degree
Field Of Study: Nursing
Special Training: ACLS; Basic Life Support; PALS
Training Preferred: Baccalaureate in Nursing, TNCC
Licensure/Registration: Registered Nurse in Iowa; Registered Nurse in Illinois within 1 year.
Experience: No experience required.
Interpersonal Skills: Interaction is with a variety of people inside or outside the organization. Communications are of moderate difficulty and sensitivity. Contact with others may involve detailed & lengthy dialogues & exchanges of information. Requires a moderate amount of interpersonal skills. Interactions involve dealing with moderately complicated problem situations or stressful encounters.
Working Conditions: There is routine exposure to highly adverse environmental conditions including physical hazards, health and safety risks, and otherwise undesirable characteristics in the environment. Personal risks require safety equipment or precautions to be followed closely. The time the employee may be exposed to these conditions is limited to 70% or less of the work day.
Possible Exposure to Blood Borne Pathogens: Yes