Registered Nurse (RN)

Registered Nurse (RN) Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Registered Nurse (RN) to join our team.

Responsibilities:

  • Review the resident’s chart for specific treatments, medication orders, diet, etc., as necessary;
  • Assists with medication tracking and inventory as assigned;
  • Assesses residents’ physical and psychosocial status and environmental needs of assigned residents;
  • Administers medication and IV fluids skillfully, safely and as required;
  • Assist physician during rounds;
  • Assist in building medical policies and procedures;
  • Assures the personal dignity and physical safety of each patient. Assist patients to attain the highest level of self-care possible;
  • Supervise LPNs and other nursing partners as assigned. Complete performance evaluations as required (two times per year);
  • Processing patient admissions;
  • Treatment plan development;
  • Properly instructs and guides behavioral health technicians and LPN’s in client care responsibilities and assignments;
  • Orders “other” professional services that may be appropriate to the needs;
  • Prepares and submits records, reports, evaluations and forms;
  • May participate in performance evaluations and training of other team members;
  • Write care plans for skilled nursing.

Requirements:

  • Must exhibit excellent customer service and a positive attitude towards patients;
  • Must have at least 1 year of Skilled Nursing/Long Term Care experience;
  • Skills in handling emergency and life-threatening situations;
  • Is currently licensed as an RN through the State Board of Nursing;
  • One year of full-time experience providing hands-on health care. Corrections Registered Nurse (RN) experience preferred;
  • Full-time, but must be open with any shift, any day;
  • Demonstrates caring and compassionate nature;
  • Current CPR card from the American Heart Association;
  • Current licensure in State and CPR certification;
  • Understands principles of aseptic technique and their implementation;
  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. One (1) or two (2) years of recent acute care experience in an institutional setting;
  • Ability to report to work regularly and promptly;
  • Experience working with individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities preferred;
  • Clinics;
  • Currently, licensed �in good standing� in (state).