Posting dates for internal transfers:
July 29, 2021, through August 3, 2021
A staff nurse is a professional nurse who delegates and coordinates patient care, based upon a documented assessment of the patient's needs. The staff nurse applies the nursing process of assessment, planning interventions, implementing the plan of care, and evaluating that care. The nurse is a patient advocate, who in conjunction with the other members of the healthcare team guides the patient safely through the hospital stay. The staff nurse is responsible to the nurse unit manager, or in her/his absence, the supervisor. Staff R.N.'s report to the charge nurse regarding patient care matters and understand chain of command. (Charge Nurse, Coordinator, Director, House Supervisor in absence of prior).
EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:
- Currently licensed by the Ohio State Board of Nursing.
- Has been actively employed in a hospital-based nursing within the past 5 years, or completion of a state approved R.N. refresher course within the past year or is a recent graduate of an accredited school of nursing (R.N.) or is teaching in an acute care facility.
- Shows evidence of participation in continuing education and the unit-based Quality Program.
- Successful completion of the Registered Nurse Orientation Program at Alliance Community Hospital.
- Successful completion of any additional educational requirements of the hospital or the nursing unit assigned.
- Maintains current B.C.L.S. certification through American Heart Association.
- Must obtain ACLS certification within 6 months if floating to ICU, PCU, ER, Floats and Dialysis.
- If applicable, pays a service fee or joins and maintains membership in O.N.A. and the Alliance Local Unit of O.N.A. within 31 days of employment.
- Completes yearly Moderate sedation education if in ICU, PCU, or float pool
- Must be computer literate to complete task(s) as required. Able to retrieve e-mails, complete online enrollment for health insurance/benefits and any other programs as assigned.
- Senior Care Unit – Crisis Intervention and De-Escalation (CIDE) certified within 3 months.
- Floats – Crisis Intervention and De-Escalation (CIDE) certified within 3 months.
- Floats - Maintain and or obtain NIH Stroke Scale Certification within six months.
- ICU – Crisis Intervention and De-Escalation (CIDE) certified within 3 months.
- ICU - Maintain and or obtain NIH Stroke Scale Certification within six months.
- Dialysis – Minimum 1-year dialysis experience preferred. Minimum of 1-year critical care experience.
- Successful completion of ACH dialysis training program, or able to provide documentation of dialysis training.
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