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Registered Nurse

companyBartlett Regional Hospital
locationJuneau, AK, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/14/2022
Full Time

This recruitment is open until filled.

Bartlett Regional Hospital is searching for a Registered Nurse to join our Critical Care team!

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Job Summary:

RN I: This position provides basic nursing care in predictable situations to a limited numbers of patients under direct supervision. RN I's are typically new graduates or returning to the professional after a prolonged absence. RN I's require direct supervision (i.e., charge nurse or preceptor). Performance is guided by rules and competencies to be met. RN I's are able to recognize attributes (i.e., isolated traits, objective measures, or tasks) of a clinical situation without situational experience. With oversight, the RN I's render individualized nursing care to meet the patient's physical, psychological, supportive, and rehabilitative nursing care. Care to each patient is based upon the nursing process and in accordance with the hospital's policy and procedure and CARE values. RN I's participate in other hospital committees and teams as appropriate.

RN II: RN II's independently plan and implement routine nursing care in predictable situations using standards and knowledge obtained during education and preceptorship. RN II's begin to assume leadership responsibility and need minimal supervision. An RN II has the ability to use accurate, clear, and concise oral and written communication. RN II's will work as a team and maintain effective working relationships, use critical thinking skills, analyze, and communicate findings effectively. Incumbents require a basic computer literacy and the ability to effectively learn new software programs is required, as well as the ability to efficiently operate a variety of automated office equipment such as print/copy/scan/fax machines/calculators/etc.

RN III: A Registered Nurse (RN) III is an advanced level who is assigned at least one float area and renders individualized comprehensive nursing care to meet the patients physical, psychological, spiritual, social, cultural, and educational needs. The RN III provides the best possible preventative, supportive, and rehabilitative nursing care to each patient based upon the nursing process and in accordance with hospital policy and procedure.

The RN functions under the oversight and direction of the Nursing Supervisor. Independently plans and implements routine nursing care in assigned department. Needs minimal supervision. Rapid Response Team and Code Team responder. Float pool Staff may cover ED, CCU, Med/Surg, MHU, OB and RRC.

Minimum Qualifications for the Job:

RN I:

  • Education: Graduate of an accredited professional nursing program. BSN preferred.
  • Experience: New graduate RNs or RNs with less than one (1) year current acute care or comparable experience, or RN with no nursing experience in the past five (5) years. New graduates will remain at the RN I level for a minimum of six (6) months after the completion of their preceptee program. Must advance to an RN II within one (1) year of hire.
  • Certification(s): Current State of Alaska Registered Nurse (RN) license.
    • ACLS
    • Basic Life Support (BLS)
    • PALS
    • TEAM/BERT within 90 days of hire

RN II:

  • Education: Graduate of an accredited professional nursing program. BSN preferred.
  • Experience: Advancement from an RN I or at least one (1) year, continuous experience in a comparable patient care setting. RNs must remain at this level for a minimum of one year before applying for advancement. Must float to one other unit within one (1) year of appointment.
  • Certification(s): Current State of Alaska Registered Nurse (RN) license.
    • ACLS
    • PALS
    • TEAM/BERT within 90 days of hire

RN III:

  • Education: Graduate of an accredited professional nursing program. BSN preferred.
  • Experience: Three (3) years of current clinical experience. (*Current indicates experience within the last five years from time of application) or, One (1) year of experience as a Bartlett RN II. Internal advancement note: Advancement from CN III based on BRH Clinical Nurse Advancement Program; approval of Professional Practice Review Board. Proficient clinical competency in primary specialty and a minimum of experience in one (1) float area.
  • License: Current State of Alaska Registered Nurse (RN) license.
  • Certification(s):
    • Basic Life Support (BLS): All nursing departments within 30 days of hire
    • ACLS: CCU, ED, OR, PACU, Same Day, OB, Med/Surg
    • PALS: CCU, ED, OR, PACU, Same Day, Med/Surg (preferred)
    • TNCC or ATCN: ED within one year of hire
    • ENPC: ED within one year of hire
    • PEARS: Med/Surg
    • NRP: OB within 90 days of hire
    • STABLE: OB, ED within one year of hire
    • TEAM/BERT: MHU, RRC, WMU, ED, CCU, OB, Med/Surg, within 90 days of hire

Internal Hires: Pay rate will be based on applicable union contract terms.

Practice Notices:

  • To ensure our hospital provides the safest environment for our patients and staff, all newly hired employees must provide evidence of being fully vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. If you are interested in becoming vaccinated, are partially vaccinated, or would like to request an exemption for religious or medical reasons, please contact the Human Resources Office for more information.
  • All new employees are required to produce negative drug screen prior to start of employment.
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