Join us as an RN Shift Supervisor at Wesleyan Health and Rehabilitation to make a difference!
Wesleyan Health and Rehabilitation = Great Pay + Benefits + Rewarding Career!
- $15,000 Sign on Bonus
If you are a registered nurse looking for a career that can make a difference, then Wesleyan Health and Rehabilitation is the place for you. Our work family is made up of a variety of talented and committed team members who are dedicated to making a difference in the lives they serve. Each employee contributes their unique skills and abilities with the key goal of enabling our residents to reach and maintain their highest functional abilities. Every job matters at Wesleyan Health and Rehabilitation Center. We believe in what we do and know our hands make a difference.
As a nurse in our facility, look at what benefits you can enjoy:
Competitive starting wage with additional pay for experience
$1,000 new employee referral program
Paid life insurance
401k opportunities after your first year
$3 Shift differential! $2 Weekend Bonus Program!
DailyPay! Work today, get paid today!
Monthly Celebrations and recognitions
Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance
New and Improved Benefits for 2023!
$5,000 Tuition Reimbursement Per Year
Quarterly Attendance Bonus Program
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The Registered Nurse is responsible for providing for the daily care, health needs, safety and comfort of the resident. This includes providing professional assessments and documentation of the resident's heath and assisting with management of the assigned nursing units and staff.
Participating in the development and implementation of resident care plans, Maintaining up to date nursing care plans, documenting progress and making recommendations for revisions to care plans (MDS) according to facility policy and procedure;
Making daily and periodic resident visits for monitoring and observing the residents' physical/mental condition;
Performing routine nursing procedures while working closely with physicians and families to maintain the health/mental state of the resident;
Providing emotional support to the resident and their families and be able to handle resident and/or visitor complaints, allegations, accidents or incidents that may occur;
Providing medical record documentation, completing 24 hour reports, end of shift reports, shift narcotic counts and documenting the destruction of outdated/discontinued medications; &
Maintaining up-to-date resident medical records.
Registered Nurse (RN) Qualifications
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and possess a valid RN license in good standing according to State and Federal requirements.
Have a thorough understanding of the principles of safe effective nursing practices within the State of Indiana.
Basic Computer knowledge and skills.
A passion for caring for people.
Personal integrity and the ability to deal tactfully with residents, family members, visitors, government agencies and other personnel.
The ability to be discrete and protect the integrity of confidential information and stay within Corporate Compliance and HIPAA.
Knowledge on the use of personal computers, Word and Excel, and working with office machines such as fax and copying machines.
- Certified Nurse Practitioner
- Health Insurance Portability And Accountability Act (Hipaa) Compliance
- Medical Records
- Microsoft Excel