Graduate from a school of professional registered nursing. BSN preferred. Current unrestricted CA licensure as a Registered Nurse required prior to hire. Current AHA certification or equivalent in BLS and ACLS required. A minimum of six to twelve months acute care (hospital) RN experience required. One year critical care experience preferred. CCRN certification is recommended. Completion of critical care course is preferred. IABP certification is preferred. Telemetry certification required within 6 months of hire.
Capable of working independently. Good written, verbal and electronic communication skills in the English language. Excellent interpersonal skills in dealing with the public, patients, physicians, and co-workers. Ability to remain flexible and positive within a rapidly changing patient care environment. Must demonstrate and maintain current knowledge and skill in providing care for patients in the following age groups: older pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric.
Employment Type: Part Time
Department: Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
Salary: Highly Competitive
Shift Hours/ Days: 0700-1930 or 1900-0730
Shift Details: 12 hour shift with 30 min meal break
Hours/Pay Period: 60-72
Degree Required: R.N.
Job ID: 14-N67
Date Posted: Feb 4, 2014
Years Experience: 1
Facility: NorthBay Medical Center
Shift: Days or Nights
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Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates care for all patients within an assigned area. Applies the nursing process in providing care; can perform critical care nursing functions. Demonstrates skills in the areas including but not limited to: arrhythmia interpretation, invasive monitoring, advanced patient assessment, safe utilization of medications, advanced airway management and ventilator care. Must demonstrate the NorthBay set of values of Caring, Communication, Collaboration and Competence.
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