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Carle Foundation Hospital RN BroMenn Cru (Float) Weekender in Urbana, Illinois

RN BroMenn Cru (Float) Weekender

  • Department:

Clinical Resource Unit - BMC

  • Entity:

BroMenn

  • Job Category:

  • Employment Type:

Full - Time

  • Job ID:

11964

  • Experience Required:

1 - 3 Years

  • Education Required:

Associates Degree

  • Shift:

Day

  • Location:

Bloomington-Normal, IL

  • Usual Schedule:

F-Su 3, 12hr shifts 7a-7p

  • On Call Requirements:

None

  • Work Location:

Carle Bromenn Medical Center

  • Weekend Requirements:

Department rotation

  • Holiday Requirements:

Department rotation

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Position Summary:

Using evidence-based practice, clinical decision making, compassion and skilled dialogue, the registered nurse leads

efforts to create the safest patient environment and the best patient experience. The nurse delivers and coordinates

patient-centered care across the continuum to support the successful transition of patients to other healthcare delivery

systems or their home communities. The registered nurse is responsible for providing and coordinating comprehensive

patient care through the appropriate utilization of assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation, in

accordance with established standards, policies and procedures.

Qualifications:

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Graduate from an accredited school of nursing

  • ADN acceptable with agreement to enroll in BSN completion program within two years of hire date and to be completed within five years of hire date.

    CERTIFICATION

  • Current Illinois RN license

  • Current CPR

  • Certifications/education required for the nursing specialty

SKILLS

  • Good communication skills

  • Good computer skills

  • Good time management and organizational skills

  • Familiarity with patient care equipment

LIFTING REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to lift up to 35 pounds without assistance. For patient lifts of over 35 pounds, or when patient is unable to assist with the lift, patient handling equipment is expected to be used, with at least one other associate, when available. Unique patient lifting/movement situations will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

SPECIAL JOB CHARACTERISTICS

  • Ability to work weekends, holidays, and different shifts in order to accommodate staffing Certain positions may need to take call Ability to transport objects, patients, and equipment Ability to respond quickly to patient needs and work at fast pace Work environment includes probability of exposure to adverse, hazardous, or unpleasant conditions while caring for the sick Ability to assist in evacuation of patients in the event of a fire or other disaster Routinely works with potentially infectious specimens and patients Ability to respond to patients in a timely manner and access all areas of the unit.

Essential Functions:

Must work 47/52 weekends Patient-Centered holistic Care – The registered nurse is culturally sensitive and engaged with the beliefs and values of diverse populations. Nurses engage with inter-professional colleagues to deliver exemplary care. Lifelong relationships with patients and families develop to support achievement of health goals.

  • Uses the nursing process to assess the needs of the patient, plan and implement interventions and evaluate the effectiveness of the plan of care. Involves the patient and family in planning and implementing care.

  • Develops and maintains a therapeutic relationship throughout the healthcare continuum.

  • Mobilizes appropriate resources in response to situations that have the potential to negatively impact patient and

family outcomes.

  • Analyzes challenging situations and intervenes as appropriate to optimize patient outcomes. Implements strategies to reduce patient risk and increase patient safety.

  • Assesses patient and family readiness to learn, and individualizes the approach as necessary. Works collaboratively to develop strategies to meet the learning needs of the patient and family.

  • Initiates referrals and discharge planning and actively coordinates the plan utilizing the interdisciplinary approach.

    Clinical Excellence – The registered nurse contributes to inter-professional excellence which is represented by achieved clinical outcomes. Using evidence-based practice, clinical decision making, and skilled dialogue, nurses lead efforts to create the safest patient environment and the best patient experience. (30 %)

  • Consistently applies evidence-based practice in patient care. Incorporates nursing standards of care into practice.

  • Utilizes knowledge and experience to anticipate and alter the plan of care as needed.

  • Consistently makes sound clinical decisions, demonstrating the ability to care for patients with complex problems.

  • Prioritizes and organizes patient care and ensures follow through with planned, interdisciplinary care.

  • Facilitates the patient and family’s right to receive quality, cost effective care.

  • Demonstrates a commitment to meeting the learning needs of patients and families. Utilizes appropriate resources to meet those needs and achieve positive patient outcomes.

    Leadership – The registered nurse participates in leading healthcare transformation and the nursing profession with commitment, dedication, and expertise. Expressing vision, demonstrating accountability through shared governance, contributing to the profession, and coordinating inter-professional care are all characteristics of the registered nurse. (15 %)

  • Participates in shared governance activities and initiatives to improve processes and patient outcomes.

  • Demonstrates effective communication, feedback, and conflict resolution skills, promoting collaboration among healthcare team members.

  • Seeks out opportunities to enhance the knowledge, skill, and competence of other department members.

  • Proactively facilitates compliance with regulatory standards.

  • Assumes a leadership role in the nurse/unlicensed assistive personnel team and delegates appropriately.

  • Promotes the culture of safety through identifying threats to patient safety and intervening to prevent patient harm.

  • Reports patient safety events and near misses in a timely manner. Seeks to identify potential safety issues and assists in the implementation of corrective actions.

    Compassion – The Advocate Nurse demonstrates presence with patients and families, practices empathy, and supports spiritual needs and beliefs. The nurse demonstrates respect and dignity always, and their presence is essential during the most vulnerable times. Nurses promote relationship development with communities to create strong partnerships and to improve health outcomes of patients and communities served. (10 %)

    • Provides and role models adaptive communication styles and techniques based on individual patient needs.
  • Provides and role models behaviors necessary to care for patients with altered physical and psychosocial needs.

  • Applies ethical decision making.

  • Demonstrates respect and understanding for peers and other clinical disciplines and participates as an effective member of the patient care team to formulate an integrated approach to care.

  • Consistently utilizes an individualized, wholistic and non-judgmental approach to patient care.

    Innovation - The registered nurse contributes to the future delivery of care to patients and to systems that support nursing. They embody the characteristics of inquiry, adaptability, change, and continual development, through performance improvement, evidence-based practice, and research initiatives. (10 %)

  • Participates in quality/process improvement initiatives to improve the functions of the department and the patient care experience. - Creatively uses knowledge, resources, and technology to transform care for the diverse patient population.

    Professional Growth – The registered nurse is committed to lifelong learning, building knowledge and skill sets to keep pace with new delivery models and a changing healthcare environment. This promotes practice to the full scope of their nursing license. (5 %)

  • Contributes to the growth of the nursing profession through professional association membership, mentoring nursing students, and other nursing and clinical colleagues, continued academic progression, and contributions to nursing science.

  • Assists in creating an environment that promotes educational growth opportunities for nursing peers and colleagues.

  • Critiques one’s own nursing practice and initiates professional practice goals to enhance individual, unit, department and organizational goals.

  • Utilizes available resources to maintain current knowledge base relevant to practice.

  • Attends required meetings/educational programs and completes annual unit competencies in a timely manner.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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