$6,000 for RNs with 3+ years of nursing experience, requires a 2 year work commitment
$10,000 for RNs with 5+ years of nursing experience, requires a 3 year work commitment
Reporting to the manager/director and according to departmental policies and nursing care standards, assist in overseeing and directing work of nursing personnel engaging in providing patient/nursing care services to patients on assigned shifts. Demonstrates accountability for ensuring safe high quality patient care, enhance the patient /family experience, and provide effective leadership contributing to the delivery of the organization’s objectives. Determines work priorities, prepares daily work assignments, and serves as a resource person for unit personnel resolving operational and patient care problems.
Current State License as a Registered Nurse required.
Bachelors of Science in Nursing required by December 31, 2020
BLS and ACLS, PALS, or other certification as required by unit.
Two years of experience on the unit or similar unit required.
Interpersonal skills necessary to effectively lead and direct the work of other employees in order to effectively interact with patients, families, physicians.
Certification in area of specialty preferred
Internal Number: 5091
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Every OSF HealthCare employee is a Mission Partner, serving the people of our communities with “the greatest care and love.” Throughout our health system, which includes 14 hospitals and more than 130 clinical care sites, core Values such as Justice, Compassion and Integrity support our work together as we live the Mission.