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Salary Range:Commensurate with skills and experience

**SIGN ON BONUS OF $4000**


Responsible for providing clinical and front-line supervisory support for the nursing department on a designated assignment. Holds specific shift responsibility for maintaining the standards of quality for the nursing care provided to all residents on designated assignment.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Accountable for the quality of care provided on designated unit for the assigned shift. The RN is accessible to front-line staff, residents and families/visitors. Practices and strives for quality customer services relations with staff, residents and families. Identifies unit problems, gathers information necessary for decision-making and takes an active role in problem resolution. Actively supports EBV policies. The RN is expected to timely inform the supervisor of changes in the residents’ condition, clinical needs and/or staff issues or concerns. Ensure a good shift-to-shift working relationship and provides on-coming shift with report of resident condition. Provides follow-up on issues from the previous shift.
  • Administers or assists with the administration of all types of medications in accordance with physician’s orders and acceptable standards of practice. For IV medications, inserts peripheral access, adds/reconstitutes medications per physician orders, initiates and monitors rate and delivery of IV medication/fluids and maintains the patency of IV delivery devices. In addition, changes IV access dressings (both peripheral and central lines) per physician orders and acceptable standards of practice.
  • Completes accurate clinical assessments and notifies the proper clinical team members, resident and/or POA of changes in the resident’s status.
  • Performs dressing changes in accordance with physician’s orders and acceptable standards of practice. Assesses wounds for need for change in treatment. Implements new wound treatments according to our facility's wound management policy.
  • Transcribes all new orders completely and accurately.
  • Maintains a high degree of clinical skill and expertise. The RN is expected to attend educational seminars and maintain continuing education requirements per Ohio Board of Nursing rules.
  • Documents pertinent findings in the clinical record and seeks consultation and/or assistance for staff from appropriate clinical and administrative resources. Delegates aspects of care to front-line nursing personnel consistent with level of education and experience. Completes required documentation and assessments. Monitors staff for completion of nursing, dietary, resident care and restorative documentation.
  • Responsible for the completion of post-incident investigation paperwork. This includes providing information to the Unit Manager and/or supervisor for the completion of the post-fall assessment. The RN should ensure the correct application of fall prevention devices and/or restraints per the resident’s plan of care.

Education Requirements:

Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing with a clear and active license as a Registered Nurse in the state of Ohio.

Experience Requirements:

Previous RN experience preferred. Should have a current working knowledge of state and federal rules and regulations related to long-term care. Must maintain a current RN license and practice nursing in accordance with the Nurse Practice Act for Registered Nurses.

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