$10,000 Sign-On Bonus for PM and night shift nurses guaranteed 24-40 hours per week!
NEW $3.00 per hour shift differential for PM shifts and $1.00 per hour shift differential for night shifts!
24 flexing to 32 hrs/wk (2:15pm-10:45pm)
36 hrs/wk (2:15pm-10:45pm)
Includes rotating weekends and holidays.
PRIMARY JOB FUNCTION:
Assessment of the condition of residents; coordination and supervision of care of the residents; documentation of resident information using an electronic medical record system; communication with the resident, their family and their physician; and supervision of certified nurse assistants.
Responsible for all aspects of nursing care for an assigned nursing unit with an assigned group of residents including: Supervision and assistance with resident admissions
Transfers, discharges, and deaths
Administration of medications and treatments as ordered by physician and according to facility policy and procedure (Oral, IV, IM, Sub Q, Rectal, PEG tube)
The ordering and accounting of all drugs per facility policy
Monitoring of residents nutritional status
Communication with attending physicians regarding changes in resident conditions
Communication with residents and family members regarding any changes in condition, care routine, or treatments assessment of, implementation of, and evaluation of rehabilitation efforts
Responsible for the supervision and direction of CNAs on the assigned unit, including their performance of resident care and job duties
Responsible for compliance with nursing, safety, and facility policy and procedures
Participation in the problem solving process through active involvement in designated taskforces and committees
Demonstrate integrity, calm manner, and respect for others in interactions with residents, family members, MSLCC employees, and the public
Demonstrate support of and compliance with resident rights in all regards including confidentiality of resident information
Demonstrate a desire to stay current and pursue further knowledge in nursing by attendance of in-service programs, workshops, and nurses meetings
Picc line care and removal of picc line if needed
IM, Sub Q injections, and TB tests
PEG tubes Feedings, cares, and insertion
IV care and insertion IV certification offered through MSLCC
Monitoring blood sugars and administering insulin
Indwelling and Subprapubic catheter insertion and care
Colostomy and ileostomy care
Post-surgical care, including removal of staples and stitches
Would care, including all types of dressing changes, packing wounds, and wound vacs
Care of drains such as Thoracentesis tubes (Pleural catheters) and Jackson Pratt drains
End of life & Hospice care
Electronic documentation (Point Click Care)
Completed educational and testing requirements for licensure
Currently RN (Registered Nurse) or LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) licensed
New graduate nurses welcome!
To apply submit an MSLCC employment application at 2425 Hillview Ave., Bismarck, ND 58501 or apply online at www.mslcc.com.
Application Deadline: Open until filled
MSLCC is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.