We are growing and in need of caring, compassionate souls who want to make a world of difference helping families in and around the Waterloo area. If you are looking for a career that:
engages you every day in working with variety of patients and families
independence and flexibility in your scheduling
working as a team with other great healthcare professionals
really getting to know your patients
and genuine appreciation for your skills and commitment …
… please consider joining Care Initiatives Hospice - Waterloo.
In return for your years of experience and skill, Care Initiatives offers excellent compensation and scheduling options for On Call RN’s.
Call Angie Deters, Team Director, to discuss these opportunities at 319-232-6148. Or email your resume and application for employment to firstname.lastname@example.org .
RN Degree & Drug screen is required. www.careinitiativeshospice.org
Care Initiatives Hospice is looking for experienced RNs who are caring and willing to serve in the Waterloo and surrounding communities on a PRN basis. Rotation of On-Call for weekend response to patient needs and scheduled visits. For more information or to apply, contact Angie Deters, Team Director, 319-232-6148, or ADeters@CareInitiatives.org.
2yrs related experience required. Hospice experience preferred.
We are seeking compassionate individuals with flexibility in scheduling, a valid driver’s license, and proof of auto insurance. Drug screen required.
Authority is delegated to the individual in this position to:
- Provide clinical skilled nursing services to Care Initiatives Hospice patients.
- Manage and supervise services of licensed practical nurses.
- Manage and supervise services of hospice aides/homemakers.
Position reports to: Team Director
- Registered nursing education.
- Current, valid Iowa registered nurse license.
- Current Iowa driver’s license and automobile liability insurance.
- Current, valid CPR certification.
- Obtains Hospice and Palliative Registered Nurse Certification (CHPN) within 24 months of employment (required for full and part-time staff only; optional for casual employees).
- Knowledge of care of the terminally ill.
- Minimum two year recent clinical experience in medical/surgical, oncology or public health nursing.
- Demonstrated tactful, supportive and sensitive approach to patient/family/caregiver needs.
- Ability to plan, organize and utilize patient/family teaching principles regarding health care needs.
- Ability to exercise independent judgment, plan and organize.
- Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing.
- Ability to access businesses and patient homes.
- Ability to provide lifting, turning and ambulatory assistance to patients.