Nurse Manager - RN

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At Bethesda, more than 1,200 employees dedicate their careers to improving the lives of others.

As a team member at Bethesda, you'll enjoy great benefits such as: 403b, daily pay, bonuses, career advancement opportunities, and holiday pay.

Medical, dental, vision, prescription, and life insurance available for regular status full and part time employees.


The shifts are 3-12 hour shifts per week 0630a-700p. On call 1 day per week on your off day and on call 1 weekend a month. You will also be eligible for a $6000 sign on bonus and we offer bonuses for extra shifts worked

Summary

Assigns staff according to policies and works to ensure equal distribution of assigned duties. Supports teamwork and works to encourages staff to provide resident care properly and in an acceptable time frame. Completes rounds to assess residents and resident care. Reports concerns and needs to appropriate staff members in a professional and timely manner. Receives report from assigned charge nurses in a timely manner and completes a shift report for the Director of Nursing. Communicates with Director of Nursing areas of concern of any events requiring administrative attention in a timely manner. Appropriately manages staff and disciplines staff members as necessary. Empower staff members by promoting responsibility, accountability, and autonomy to enhance resident care. Ensures standards of patient care are utilized and delegates responsibilities as defined by policy or necessity to ensure appropriate resident care. Develops measurable staff goals and encourages staff to maintain professionalism within the workplace at all times. Serves as a resource for other nursing personnel and seeks assistance or guidance in areas of uncertainty. Directs and manages direct patient care by using sound nursing judgment at all times. Document and communicates plans appropriately and professionally. From resident assessment, reviews and revises the care plan needs, problems and goal changes with the Charge Nurses. Identifies necessary and appropriate nursing interventions pertinent to the plan of care. Implements and documents all resident/family teaching relevant to health care needs and ensures understanding of the teaching. Demonstrates clinical competence to assess the physical, spiritual, psychological and emotional needs of each resident. Works with Charge Nurses to maintain their clinical competencies and intervenes appropriately requesting physician or other department intervention as appropriate. Maintains working knowledge of emergency procedures and demonstrates awareness of safety issues. Completes monthly QAPI, and monitors pharmacy recommendations monthly. May be assigned other duties as appropriate.

Job Qualifications

  • Current RN license in the state you will be working
  • Two years of long-term care supervisory experience preferred
  • Three to five years of long-term care experience or similar nursing experience
  • Excellent communication skills to interact verbally with patients, visitors, and staff
  • Ability to manage time and organize daily schedule to meet productivity standards
  • Ability to stand and walk for long periods of time
  • Ability to lift heavy objects using proper lifting techniques and with assistance as necessary
  • Ability to transfer and move residents who vary with ability to assist weighing 200+lbs using proper lifting techniques and with assistance as necessary
  • Manual dexterity, coordination and skillful use of hands when working with residents and equipment
  • Ability to perform necessary documentation
  • Visual acuity
  • Must be able to manage a diversity of activities

Category: RN