Help at Home is hiring a Community Nurse -- now offering $1,000 in hiring incentives!
Help at Home is the nation’s leading provider of high-quality support services to seniors and people with disabilities. Our clients need us more than ever to continue living independently in their own homes, while staying safe from high-risk facilities.
Help at Home leads the home care industry in protecting our clients, caregivers, nurses and employees. We provide priority vaccine access, a ready supply of quality PPE, and up-to-date training.
At Help at Home, our nursing teams focus on overseeing medical services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are currently seeking an experienced Community Nurse to ensure and provide complete client and employee satisfaction, while maintaining clinical compliance at their assigned branch locations. This position reports directly to the Branch Manager. Work hours for this role are normally Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM, but may vary to support business needs.
We are currently offering a hiring bonus of $1,000 -- please ask for more details at your interview.
Join us today and become a Help at Home Hero!
- Implement, supervise and monitor clinical compliance for branch locations.
- Monitor the health and safety of our clients who are receiving residential services.
- Monitor clinical compliance through monthly face-to-face visits with our clients, document assessment, reviews, and findings on Community RN Monthly Health Summaries.
- Complete monthly record reviews, including, but not limited to, reviews of physician’s orders, labs, medications, MAR, records and client monitoring.
- Record Community RN hours on monthly service logs.
- Collaborate with the QMRP regarding findings and recommendations pertaining to the health and safety of our clients.
- Create, implement, monitor and enforce clinical quality assurance policies and procedures.
- Provide in-house clinical consulting.
- Provide appropriate delegation, clinical training, and supervision to direct care professionals, who perform duties such as medication administration and other nursing tasks.
- Other duties and tasks, as assigned by the Branch Manager.
- 21 years of age or older
- Four-year college degree from an accredited institution OR a Registered Nurse certificate from an accredited institution
- Must be a Registered Nurse in the state of services
- Current Registered Nurse license
- Valid driver's license
- Access to insured and reliable transportation
- Availability to work day shifts
- Availability to be On-Call
Community Nurses must comply with state background screening requirements. Compensation, benefits, time off and bonuses vary by state and location, so please ask for complete details at your interview.
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