Registered Nurse (RN) Supervisor Overnight Part Time + 1,500 Dollars Sign On-Bonus
Registered Nurse (RN) Supervisor
Ontario Center is actively seeking a motivated and experienced Registered Nurse to serve as an RN Supervisor on the Overnight shift to work Part-Time at our Skilled Nursing Facility in Canandaigua, NY.
We are now offering a $1,500 Sign-On Bonus!!!
Ontario Center offers the following benefits:
- Tuition Reimbursement Program!
- Generous pay rates based on experience
- Extra evening and night shift differentials
- Flexible schedules for Full-Time, Part-Time, or Per-Diem status
- Career Advancement Opportunities
- Two-Tiered Insurance Plan: Medical and Dental included!
- Provides advice and support to the residents and their families.
- Monitoring residents and administering medication and treatments.
- Documents resident care services by charting in resident and department records.
- Protects residents and staff by adhering to infection-control policies & protocols.
- Resolves resident problems and needs by utilizing multidisciplinary team strategies.
- Assures quality of care by adhering to facility philosophies and standards of care.
- Maintains resident confidence by keeping the information confidential.
- Should be willing to work as a team member
- Must hold valid RN License
- Comfortable with computers
- Excellent communication skills
- Should be friendly and a team worker
- Previous supervisory or managerial experience in long-term care
Ontario Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare (formerly Ontario County Health Facility) is a long-term care facility which provides the highest possible quality of care and quality of life for all Health Facility residents. The facility provides a versatile nursing-home environment that encourages creativity among residents, managers, and staff. In addition to an emphasis on individuality and self-determination, the nursing home is viewed as home as much as a medical institution, with the residents’ psycho-social needs deserving a prominence at least equal to their medical condition.