Tara Therapy is helping our customer find a Restorative Nurse! We are looking to hire a full-time Restorative Nurse to coordinate restorative therapy for residents in long-term care facilities.
Are you a passionate professional nurse with high ethical standards? Do you have a positive, helpful, and enthusiastic attitude and want to join a rapidly growing skilled nursing rehabilitation team that will appreciate what you have to offer as a nurse? Are you looking for a well-respected and supportive company that can offer you opportunities for professional growth? If so, please read on.
This restorative nurse position at this skilled nursing rehabilitation facility pays a very competitive hourly wage for each region commensurate with experience. We also offer excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, HSA, life insurance, AD&D, a 401 (k) plan, generous paid time off (PTO), optional short-term/long-term disability, flex benefit plans, on-site training, a web-based training program that can be used for continuing education, and a referral bonus program. If this sounds like the opportunity in long-term care that you've been looking for, apply today!
Our customer's primary focus is on providing patients with the best possible care by providing our employees with the high-quality education and training needed to be leaders in the industry. Employees have access to the latest technology regarding nursing programs, treatment approaches, and documentation. The facility is invested in the success of each team member, providing not only exceptional pay and benefits, but a very supportive work environment.
A DAY IN THE LIFE AS A RESTORATIVE NURSE
As a Restorative Nurse at a long-term care facility, you arrive each day happy to work for a practice that gives you the time and support to get real results for your patients. You love the collaborative spirit at Tara Therapy where you will work hand in hand with physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech language pathology.
You will have ample opportunities to learn and develop into a better clinician. You will use your knowledge of restorative nursing to develop interventions that promote residents' ability to adapt and adjust in order to live as independently and safely as possible. You will bring specialized knowledge of developmental factors specific to adult and geriatric residents to plan and deliver the best individualized care for each of your patients whether challenged with orthopedic issues, neurological diseases, or complex medical conditions.
You conduct patient assessments and take the time to really understand their restorative needs and goals as you create and implement their individual treatment plans. Your attention to detail is essential to your success, as you keep up-to-date and accurate records.
You also provide excellent leadership for restorative nursing assistants. And, your collaborative skills come into play as you play an active role on each patient's interdisciplinary team. Using your good communication skills, you also take the time to thoroughly educate caregivers at the skilled nursing facility on how to assist patients with their individualized maintenance programs. After a day of hard work, you feel great about the measurable progress you have observed in your patients!
QUALIFICATIONS FOR A RESTORATIVE NURSE
Graduate of an approved school of nursing (LPN or RN)
Current nursing license to practice as RN/LPN in the state
Previous restorative nursing experience
Supervisory experience and organizational skills in a long term care setting
Must have CPR certification
Knowledge of federal, state, and local regulations as they pertain to long-term care, skilled nursing, and rehabilitation facilities
Are you committed to safety and conscientious about following OSHA and other established procedures? Do you present yourself professionally?
Are you patient-focused and always eager to learn and improve? Do you have respect for privacy and confidentiality? Are you a self-motivated team player?
Do you have the ability to be tactful and sensitive to the emotional needs of others? Are you a problem solver? If so, then you might just be perfect for this Restorative Nurse position!
Tara Therapy, LLC