Registered Nurse or LPN

Company Name: Rose Lane Home

Website URL: https://roselanehome.com

Job Type: Full Time

Location: Loup City, Nebraska

Job Category: Nursing

Job Description

Personal Qualifications: Nurses have a strong desire to relate to and work with the elderly.  They possess high personal integrity, a caring attitude and portray a positive image.  Nurses find fulfillment in building personal relationships and caring for personal needs.  They are committed to doing whatever it takes to enhance the dignity in people’s lives.

Professional Qualifications:  Nurses must be licensed in their practicing state as an R.N. and have a current C.P.R. Certification.  R.N.’s have the ability to read and write well enough to follow written directions, do charting and resident assessments. Verbal communication skills are important to carry on conversations with residents, co-workers and visitors in an understandable manner.  Nurses are continually learning and growing by participating in educational sessions, inservice training and demonstrations.  Nurses will provide direction and monitoring of medications for recipients who are receiving medications by medication aides.

Physical Requirements:  Nurses understand the physical nature of their jobs and realize they need to:
  • * pass a physical exam.
  • * lift, push, pull and move residents, equipment, supplies, etc.
  • * lift a maximum of fifty (50) pounds several times each work day.
  • * lift twenty-five (25) pounds consistently.
  • * be able to move and stretch in such a way as to be able to reach areas above their head and below their waist.
  • * be able to push and pull a cart requiring twenty-five (25) pounds of force.
  • * bend, stoop and twist almost constantly throughout the day.
  • * see and hear well enough to take blood pressure, chart, read thermometers, etc.
  • * remain active and on their feet for up to four (4) hours at a time.
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RN Charge Nurse
Job Description
 
Position Purpose: Through the development of a strong personal relationship, provide an atmosphere that promotes comfort, safety, a sense of well-being and above all, dignity in life, while providing excellent nursing services that exceed customer expectations.
Expectations and Responsibilities: You are a part of a highly-respected team of skilled and caring people who are committed to making quality service a way of life.  Your daily efforts and dedication will help us remain a premier provider of long-term care services.  Everything you do in your role as RN Charge Nurse should reflect the mission, vision and values of Vetter Health Services.
Mission
Dignity in Life
 
Vision
Quality Life:  We will create a living environment that radiates love, peace, spiritual contentment, dignity and safety, while encouraging personal independence.
Quality Care:  We will dedicate ourselves to provide personalized care and services that achieve extraordinary results and exceed the expectations of those we serve.
Excellent Teams:  We will select and develop team members who radiate warmth, compassion and respect while skillfully performing their duties.
Outstanding Facilities:  We will develop buildings and grounds that enhance quality life and are recognized as attractive landmarks in their community.
Quality Reputation:  We will be known for promoting relationships of trust, confidence and loyalty through the quality of our services, the honesty of our people and involvement in our community.
Stewardship:  We will be responsible stewards of our resources to serve our residents, ensure the long-term financial stability of the company, reinvest in our people and facilities, and pursue growth opportunities.
VHS VALUES
 
Serving:  We succeed by focusing our attention and energies on anticipating and exceeding people’s expectations.  Our actions are driven by a “Yes, I Can” attitude and the commitment that we are “Family Serving Family.”
 
Integrity:  Our relationships, services and decisions will speak for our desire to always act with honesty, fairness, and compassion.  People learn from interacting with us that they can trust us to be who we say we are and do what we say we’ll do.  We strive to act in a way that will make God smile at our efforts.

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Team Work:  Our relationships are built on mutual trust and respect.  We recognize the value and worth of each person we are privileged to encounter, work with, and serve.  We seek to understand what is important to others and let people know they are appreciated for who they are and what they do.
Excellence:  We continually pursue opportunities to improve ourselves and the services we provide.  We learn from our experiences, build on our successes, and make changes when changes are beneficial.  We develop people’s strengths and remain committed to becoming the Best of the Best.
Personal Qualifications: Nurses have a strong desire to relate to and work with the elderly.  They possess high personal integrity, a caring attitude and portray a positive image.  Nurses find fulfillment in building personal relationships and caring for personal needs.  They are committed to doing whatever it takes to enhance the dignity in people’s lives.
Professional Qualifications:  Nurses must be licensed in their practicing state as an R.N. and have a current C.P.R. Certification.  R.N.’s have the ability to read and write well enough to follow written directions, do charting and resident assessments. Verbal communication skills are important to carry on conversations with residents, co-workers and visitors in an understandable manner.  Nurses are continually learning and growing by participating in educational sessions, inservice training and demonstrations.  Nurses will provide direction and monitoring of medications for recipients who are receiving medications by medication aides.
 
Physical Requirements:  Nurses understand the physical nature of their jobs and realize they need to:
  • * pass a physical exam.
  • * lift, push, pull and move residents, equipment, supplies, etc.
  • * lift a maximum of fifty (50) pounds several times each work day.
  • * lift twenty-five (25) pounds consistently.
  • * be able to move and stretch in such a way as to be able to reach areas above their head and below their waist.
  • * be able to push and pull a cart requiring twenty-five (25) pounds of force.
  • * bend, stoop and twist almost constantly throughout the day.
  • * see and hear well enough to take blood pressure, chart, read thermometers, etc.
  • * remain active and on their feet for up to four (4) hours at a time.

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Key Result Areas:
  • · Consistently uses the Vetter Health Services Mission, Vision and Values to guide everyday decisions and actions.
  • · Demonstrate a consistently positive, respectful and constructive attitude with both residents and staff.
  • · Demonstrate initiative, active problem solving and a continual desire to improve customer service.
  • · Provide quality nursing services to meet the physical, psychological, spiritual and restorative care needs of each resident, based upon your licensure and certifications.
  • · Create and maintain an environment, which allows each resident to adjust to their limitations and recognize the dignity and worth of each individual.
  • · Participate in in-service educational classes and meetings directed at improving your ability to meet the needs of the residents.
  • · Maintain and follow established safety precautions and infection control procedures when performing day-to-day responsibilities.
  • · Know, understand and perform responsibilities that meet regulatory and company standards.
  • · Serve as an effective teacher, model, and consultant for other staff.
  • · Guide and direct the work of other team members to ensure quality life and quality care are being provided.
  • · Be a reliable and positive member of the facility’s team.
  • · Create a cooperative working relationship with other departments

Email to: Andrea Obermiller