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Who we are: At Family Resource Home Care we support families, our community and each other, by providing home care services that increase the quality of life for our clients. We pride ourselves on being named a top 100 places to work in Washington state for the 6th time, due to our great culture, flexibility, benefits and much more!
Job Title: Per Diem Nurse
Hours: Maximum 10 hours per month
Reports to: Nursing Supervisor
Location: Snohomish and Skagit Counties (Stanwood, Everett, Monroe, Mount Vernon, Burlington, Sedro Woolley, Arlington, etc.)
Summary: The Per Diem Registered Nurse is responsible for assessment, care planning, providing direct care, educating and orientating families and staff. The Per Diem Registered Nurse is also responsible to maintaining industry knowledge of best practices and working collaboratively with his or her peers in adhering to agency policies & procedures, the nurse practice act, and state and federal regulations governing home health and care agencies.
Our comprehensive benefits include:
- Flexible hours and work locations
- Competitive salary with bonus opportunities
- Ongoing paid training
- Paid sick leave
- Workers’ Compensation
- A caring support staff available 24 hour a day/7 days a week
1. Assess and admit client to Family Resource Home Care using designated assessment form.
2. Write initial plan of care, update as needed, and ensure plan is routed to direct care staff and to client/family initially and as updated.
3. Supervise the delivery of client services to ensure agency and regulatory standards are met.
4. Adequate knowledge to orient and train families. 5. Assist with training specific to client. 6. Communicate and work with administrative, supervising and direct care staff, and contractors to ensure client needs are met.
7. Ability to communicate with doctors, multidisciplinary health care providers, and a wide variety of staff as well as patients and families.
8. Demonstrate knowledge and accountability for agency policies & procedures, the nurse practice act and state and federal regulations governing home health agencies.
9. Participate in continuing education as licensure requires, and for personal professional growth related to home health and elder care.
10. Maintain required licensures, vaccinations and certifications.
- An active WA state RN licensure
- Graduate of an accredited registered nurse program
- Able to read, write and understand and communicate in English
- Reliable transportation with proof of auto insurance and a good driving record
- Ability to pass a criminal background check and fingerprint check
- Two years of experience in acute care facility, home care, geriatrics, or related field
- Home Care Professionals provide care to assigned clients in their place of residence which can vary in size, cleanliness, temperature, location, have or not have the presence of smoking, pets, noise, odors, allergens etc.
- Providing Healthcare also may place HCPs in contact with Bloodborne pathogens and communicable diseases.
- Home Care Professionals primarily work unsupervised.
- Role may require frequent standing, walking, sitting, keyboarding, and driving. Occasional twisting, climbing stairs, stooping, bending, kneeling or squatting. Seldom work above shoulders, and operation of equipment.
- Position will require the employee to talk and hear.
- Lifting can range from frequent 10 lbs. or less to seldom lifting of greater than 50 lbs.
**FRHC is an equal opportunity employer.