Registered Nurse

Employment Type

: Full-Time


: Miscellaneous

Love + medicine is who we are, it's what we do, it's why people want to work here. If you're looking for a job to love, apply today. Schedule Weekly Hours: 32 64 hours per two week pay period; 80% FTE 8 hour PM shifts (2:30 pm - 11:00 pm) The Medical and Oncology Unit is a 24-bed unit specializing in the holistic care of oncology and hematology patients receiving chemotherapy or radiation therapy. The unit also cares for patients with acute and chronic medical problems that involve renal dialysis, gastroenterology, endocrinology, dermatology, medical pulmonary, infectious disease and geriatrics. Palliative and Hospice Care services are provided to patients and families facing the end-of-life, while respecting cultural and individual preferences. Job Description: The registered nurse (RN) focuses on the health and wellness of individuals, families and populations in collaboration with other health care professionals by incorporating evidence-based practice in the management of acute illness, chronic disease, disability, and end-of-life care. The RN utilizes the nursing process and aligns practice with organizational policies, professional nursing standards and regulatory practice acts. Major Responsibilities: 1. Assessment: Systematically and holistically assesses the patient's physiological, emotional, sociocultural, spiritual, and financial status while considering lifestyle preferences and learning needs. 2. Planning: Collaborates with patients, families, and health care professionals to develop a patient-centered plan of care to promote health and optimize wellness. 3. Intervention: Provides competent and innovative patient care and education based on patient complexity, acuity, and nursing judgment within a culture of caring and safety. 4. Documentation: Documents nursing assessment, planning, interventions, implementation, and patient/family response. 5. Evaluation: Determines patient's progress toward achieving goal(s), and revises plan of care in collaboration with patient/family as needed. 6. Delegation and Supervision: The RN delegates, supervises and evaluates the effectiveness of tasks performed by Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) or Unlicensed Assistive Personnel (UAP) who have the knowledge and skill to perform the task, taking into consideration the following: * scope of practice * training * competence * population served * experience * policies and procedures 7. Leadership: Guides, directs and influences others by participating in activities such as: * quality improvement, evidence-based practice and research * shared governance (council structure) * department-based projects * continual learning 8. Professional and Organizational Responsibilities: Accepts accountability, elicits feedback, clarifies issues and concerns and works toward resolving problems or conflicts. The RN practices in accordance with: The Gundersen Health System (GHS) mission, values and strategic plan The values, components and foundation of the GHS Nursing Professional Framework: * Values: Nursing Skills & Knowledge; Patient & Family Centered Care; Culture of Caring & Safety; Healing Environment * Components: Nursing Structure; Practice ; Professional Enhancement; Innovation; Reflective Practice * Foundation: Caritas (Human Caring Theory) He/she demonstrates effective organizational skills with an ability to prioritize responsibilities efficiently in a rapidly changing work environment Participates and supports education of nursing colleagues and students Education and Learning: REQUIRED Associate degree in Nursing. Registered nurses without a baccalaureate degree will be required to get a Bachelor's degree in Nursing within six years of hire date. DESIRED Bachelor's degree in Nursing Work Experience: REQUIRED No experience required. DESIRED 6 months or greater previous experience in nursing. License and Certifications: REQUIRED Registered Nurse (RN) licensed minimally in the state of practice, some positions may require additional state RN licenses. Current American Heart Association (AHA) Healthcare Provider CPR certification; Heart Saver, Rescue and Military training network CPR; or the American Red Cross CPR certification (CPR) except Citizen and Animal classes Age Specific Population Served: Infant (less than 1 year) Pediatric (1 - 12 years) Adolescent (13 - 17 years) Adult (18 - 64 years) Geriatric (65 years & older) OSHA Category: Category I - All Employees in this job title have a reasonably anticipated risk of occupational exposure to blood and/or other potentially infectious materials. Environmental Conditions: Exposed to infectious diseases. Physical Requirements/Demands Of The Position: Sitting Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Walking/Standing Frequently (34-66% or 5.5 hours) Stooping/Bending Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Squatting Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Kneeling/Half Kneel Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Reaching - Shoulder Level Continually (67-100% or 8 hours) Reaching - Below Shoulder Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Reaching - Above Shoulder Rarely (1-5% or .5 hours) Repetitive Actions - Pinch Forces Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Pounds of force 0-25 Repetitive Actions - Grip Forces Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Pounds of force 0-25 Repetitive Actions - Fine Manipulation Frequently (34-66% or 5.5 hours) Balance - Right Leg Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Balance - Left Leg Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Lifting - Other Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Number of lbs 0-25 Carrying - Short Carry Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Number of lbs 0-25 Push/Pull (Static Force) Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours) Number of lbs 0-25 If you need assistance with any portion of the application or have questions about the position, please contact or call 608-775-0267 Equal Opportunity Employer

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