La Crosse County, Wisconsin
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Registered Nurse (80/hrs pm shift and Irregular Part Time)
at La Crosse County, Wisconsin
Join our caring staff and make a difference in the lives of those we care for at Hillview Health Care Center. Supervises all nursing activities assigned on a particular unit or shift.
The starting pay for RN is $25.78. We offer generous shift differentials on top of the hourly wage. Hours worked between 5 pm - 10 pm equals $3.75/hr. Hours worked between 10 pm - 5 am equals $4.00/hr. Will receive $2.00/hr for hours worked on the weekend.
Hours of Work/Pay: Positions available on 2nd shift (2:30 PM to 11:00 PM) working 80 hours in a two week pay period. The position will work weekdays, every other weekend and occasional holidays.
Irregular Part-time (0-39/ 2 weeks) - Position works every other weekend and occasional holiday. (Time and one half pay for July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day).
The 80/hr position qualifies for our excellent benefits package!
Benefits include, but are not limited to: Health insurance at affordable monthly cost to you with low deductibles and options for free services at care clinics, Dental insurance with many services covered at 100%, Life insurance with short and long-term disability, Wisconsin Retirement System, and generous paid time off benefits such as vacation and holidays.
To Be a Successful Applicant: 1-Provide a ten-year work history, explaining any gaps in employment and including internships and volunteer work. (Go beyond 10 years if the work was significantly related to the job for which you are applying.) 2-Include reasons for leaving each job. 3-Fill out ALL fields on the application, including address and phone numbers of previous employers, as well as name of supervisor and reason for leaving - a resume is not a substitute for a complete application.
- Essential Job Functions
See job description on our website for full list of duties and qualifications. Supervises all nursing activities assigned on a particular unit or shift. Evaluates total resident care, maintains resident care plans so they are current and participates in multidisciplinary resident care planning. Provides for execution of all medical orders issued by a physician and assists physician, as needed, while attending residents and corroborates with the Assistant Director of Nurses Manager or the Supervisor of Nursing Services to prepare information for physician's rounds. Provides direct nursing care in normal and emergency situations; administers medications and treatments. Makes rounds to supervise and evaluate the nursing care given residents: monitors vital signs, weights, elimination, laboratory data, etc., and directs isolation procedures and precautions; and counsels residents. Assigns work and instructs and supervises work assignments to provide maximum utilization of Nurse's Assistants, and ensures that assigned tasks are accomplished. Assists in the training and orientation of new personnel. Provides input into performance evaluations and provides counseling to the nursing assistant staff. Ensures correct and appropriate diet for residents. Documents accurately and completely all observations and procedures relating to resident care. Prepares daily shift reports and keeps supervisory nurse informed.
- Training, Experience and Other Requirements
•Graduation from an accredited nursing program.
•Current Registered Nurse license in the State of Wisconsin.
•Demonstrated leadership skills.
•Prefer nursing experience in a long-term care facility.
•Successful completion of background check as required by Wisconsin Caregiver Law.