Critical Care Systemwide Float Pool RN DAY & NIGHT SHIFT ** Night shift Bonus Opportunities Available!

Job Description

Purpose

The licensed registered nurse is a professional nurse who is responsible and accountable for providing evidence-based clinical care to designated patients utilizing the nursing process.  This is accomplished by assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating care according to established ethical/cultural codes and standards of nursing practices and working collaboratively with interdisciplinary teams to achieve patient outcomes.  The registered nurse is responsible to delegate tasks appropriately to other licensed and unlicensed health care team members

Demonstrate respect, dignity, kindness and empathy in each encounter with all patients, families, visitors and other employees regardless of cultural background.

Minimum Qualifications

Required:

KY license required to start any RN position but not required to apply or interview.

Graduate from accredited School of Nursing. Meets contact hour requirements for licensure, including all state-required courses. Focus of education promotes nurses’ ability to practice in clinical area assigned.

Preferred: BSN, clinical certification, specialized courses and MSN.

Responsibilities:

The licensed registered nurse is a professional nurse who is responsible and accountable for providing evidence-based clinical care to designated patients utilizing the nursing process. This is accomplished by assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating care according to established ethical/cultural codes and standards of nursing practices and working collaboratively with interdisciplinary teams to achieve patient outcomes. The registered nurse is responsible to delegate tasks appropriately to other licensed and unlicensed health care team members.

Responsibilities

The System-wide Float Pool will provide supplemental staffing for pre-existing shift vacancies, coverage for call-off shifts, and provide coverage for fluctuations in patient acuity and census. These associates will not have boarded hours, must commit to a track of promised hours in a level below to work. The associate must hold 18 months post orientation experience in critical care, specifically ICU, and meet necessary competencies. This opportunity will require travel to EDG, FLO, and FTT and require flexibility. There are limited SEH benefits associated with this position, some may be offered at cost to associate, details can be provided by HR representative and Float Pool Leadership.

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Requirements:   ANY SHIFT

Requirements: ALL  NIGHTS

Requirements:  ANY SHIFT

Requirements: ALL  NIGHTS

Requirements:  ANY SHIFT

Requirements: ALL  NIGHTS

96 hours per 6 weeks

(16 hrs/week)

 

 24 hours of the 96 hours must be weekend hours     

96 hours per 6 weeks

(16 hrs/week)

 

 24 hours of the 96 hours must be weekend hours     

144 hours per 6 weeks

(24 hrs/week)

 

 36 hours of the 144 hours must be weekend hours     

144 hours per 6 weeks

(24 hrs/week)

 

 36 hours of the 144 hours must be weekend hours     

216 hours per 6 weeks               (36 hrs/wk)

 

36 hours of the 216 hours must be weekend hours

216 hours per 6 weeks               (36 hrs/wk)

 

36 hours of the 216 hours must be weekend hours