Registered Nurse – Medical/Surgical

Registered Nurse – Medical/Surgical

***There is up to a $30,000 sign on bonus for full time Evening/Night RN with three (3) or more years of acute hospital experience.  There is a pro-rated bonus for part time Evening/Night RN (24 hours or more) with three (3) or more years of acute hospital experience***

***There is a $15,000 sign on bonus for full time and a $7,500 sign on bonus for part time RN with up to three (3) years of acute hospital experience***

The Staff Nurse is a professional care provider who assumes responsibility and accountability for a group of patients. The Staff Nurse will provide care to those patients via therapeutic use of self, the nursing process, the environment/instrumentation and coordination with other health care team members, taking into account the individual patient’s special physical or age-related needs. Work is performed in accordance with established hospital policies, work rules, nursing department/unit standards, regulatory and accreditation requirements and consistent with the philosophy, goals and the mission of the hospital and nursing department. Coordinates total nursing care for patients, participates in patient and family teaching, and provides leadership by working cooperatively with other disciplines in maintaining standards for professional nursing and hospital practice in the clinical setting, taking into account the individual patient’s special physical or age-related needs.

SHIFT: 6:45 AM – 7:15 PM
STATUS: 36 HOURS 

EDUCATION: Graduation from an accredited nursing program. Employee is trained and prepared to care for the age-specific group served on their assigned unit.

PREFERRED:
Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing.

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION/ REGISTRATION:
Possess current NYS license for Registered Professional Nurse. American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification to be obtained within six (6) months of hire or transfer.

EXPERIENCE:
None

PREFERRED:
Unit Specific Certifications. One (1) or more years’ experience in acute care nursing. American Heart Association Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification.

From: $32.00 – $47.62 per hour

#656

Director of Emergency Department & Medical Surgical Nursing

The Director of Emergency Department & Medical Surgical Nursing is a Registered Nurse who provides unit leadership within the Emergency Department & Medical Surgical Unit (3 West) and works in partnership with the other nursing leaders, departments, the healthcare team, hospital/system leaders to develop a quality practice setting that supports professional nursing and quality patient care.

The Director of Emergency Department & Medical Surgical Nursing is accountable for the effective delivery of competent, compassionate, and efficient patient care. Responsibilities include coordination of patient care; supervision of a professional team that includes nursing and other licensed and unlicensed staff as appropriate; administrative and budget management; troubleshooting of problem areas; organizational change management; ensuring compliance with accreditation and regulatory standards; quality assurance/quality improvement; safety and risk management requirements as well as actualization of hospital and unit policies, goals and objectives. Further, improving unit operations, enhancing communication and feedback, customizing education and staff roles, and accepting organizational accountability for services provided to recipients are critical outcomes expected of this role. Collaborative leadership, strong organizational and communication skills are essential for this role.  The ideal candidate would possess strong clinical expertise, leadership skills, and a dedication to delivering high-quality patient care in a rural healthcare setting.

EDUCATION:  Graduate of an accredited nursing program with an associate’s degree.  Employee is trained and prepared to care for the age-specific group served {i.e.: neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult & geriatric} served on their assigned unit.

PREFERRED:  Possess a Bachelor of Science Nursing degree or master’s degree. Certification in area of practice. (Consistent with the type of patient population to be managed). Two (2) years management experience.

LICENSURE/CERTIFICTION/REGISTRATION:  Possess current New York State License for Registered Processional Nurse.  American Heart Association Basic Life Support Certification (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) within six (6) months of hires. 

EXPERIENCE:  Five (5) years of medical/surgical experience or equivalent.

SHIFT: 6:45AM – 3:15PM    |   Hours will fluctuate depending on practice(s) needs   |    STATUS: 40 HOURS

# 329   

Nurse Manager – Medical/Surgical

The Nurse Manager is the first line manager designated as the leader for a specified nursing unit, its patient population, and the assigned staff.  The Nurse Manager has 24-hour responsibility and accountability for all patient care activities taking into account the individual patient’s special physical or age-related needs.   Work is performed in accordance with established hospital standards, nursing department/unit process and outcome standards, established regulatory and accreditation requirements, and consistent with the philosophy, goals, and objectives of the hospital and nursing department.

EDUCATION:  Graduation from an accredited nursing program with associate’s degree or diploma.  Employee is trained and prepared to care for the age-specific group {i.e.:  neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult, geriatric} served on their assigned unit.

PREFERRED: Bachelor of Science/Nursing Degree.

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION/REGISTRATION: Current NYS license for Registered Professional Nurse; American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) within the first six (6) months of hire. Medication competency certification. 

PREFERRED:  Certification in area of practice. (Consistent with the type of patient population to be managed).  Two (2) years management experience.

KNOWLEDGE:  Possess a working knowledge of NYS Department of Health Code, Rules and Regulations, accreditation requirements, bargaining and non-bargaining unit agreements, OSHA, infection control, safety, body mechanics, child abuse reporting requirements, scope of practice.

SHIFT:  6:45AM – 11:15PM          STATUS: 40 HOURS (Hours will fluctuate based on departmental needs)

PAY RATE: $37.85 – $50.48

#289

Nursing Supervisor

****There is a $15,000 sign on bonus for full time evening/night Nursing Supervisors****

JOB PURPOSE: The purpose of the Nursing Supervisor job is to coordinate the activities of the patient care units in a centralized nursing environment.  The Nursing Supervisor assists the Nurse Managers in departmental staffing on a daily basis, maintains approved standards of patient care within the Division of Nursing taking into account the individual patient’s special physical or age-related needs, investigates and resolves complaints and maintains a safe environment for staff and patients.  The Nursing Supervisor has responsibility for the operation of the entire hospital in the absence of Department Heads and Administration with the support of the designated “Administrator-on-call”.

Work is performed in accordance with established hospital standards, nursing department/unit process and outcome standards, established regulatory and accreditation requirements, and consistent with the philosophy, goals and objectives of the hospital and nursing department.

EDUCATION:  Graduate from an accredited nursing program with associate’s degree or diploma required.  Employee is trained and prepared to care for the age-specific group served.

PREFERRED: Bachelor of Science Nursing degree.

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION/REGISTRATION: Possess current NYS license for Registered Professional Nurse, American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certifications within the first 6 months of hire or transfer.   

EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years of medical/surgical experience or equivalent. 

PREFERRED: Two (2) years nursing management experience.

KNOWLEDGE: Possess a working knowledge of NYS Department of Health Code, Rules and Regulations, accreditation requirements, administrative policies, nursing structure standards, procedures and protocols, union contracts, child abuse reporting requirements, OSHA, infection control, safety, body mechanics, scope of practice, documentation computers and communication systems.  Possess knowledge necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patients served on their assigned unit.  Possess knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span.

SHIFT:  5:45PM – 6:15AM | STATUS:  36 hours (Hours will fluctuate depending on departmental needs)

RATE OF PAY: $33.92 – $ / HOUR
– Compensation for this position is based on individual skill set, experience, and qualifications.

#259

Float Pool Registered Nurse (RN)

****There is a $15,000 sign on bonus for full time and a $7,500 sign on bonus for part time RN with up to three (3) years of acute hospital experience.****

****There is up to a $30,000 sign on bonus for full time and up to $15,000 sign on bonus for part time RN with three (3) or more years of acute hospital experience****

Description:  Renders professional care diagnosing and treating human responses to actual or potential health problems through such services as case-finding, health teaching, health counseling and provisions of care supportive to or restorative of life and well- being.

Requires: 

  • HSD/GED
  • AAS or diploma from an approved School of Nursing.
  • NYS RN license – current and valid.

Status:   6:45pm – 7:15am (36 hours)

From:  $30.90 to $46.24 hour.