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JOB SUMMARY (overview of job): Demonstrates knowledge of the nursing process as a standard, incorporating elements of holistic family centered care through the collection, verification and organization of data about a patient's health status, planning for care, implementation of the plan and evaluation. Provides direct patient care in the clinical setting under the direction of the ICU Director or designee, and the Charge Nurse. Performs detailed and accurate assessments of critical care patients and completes documentation in a timely and accurate manner according to hospital policy and regulatory requirements. Facilitates patient hand-offs and provides assistance to move the patient through the care continuum. Works collaboratively with other members of the healthcare team, co-workers, physicians, and the community emphasizing a teamwork environment. Ability to implement quality care standards for critical care patients with disease processes including, but not limited to: Heart Failure, Renal Failure, Cardiac complications, post cardiac arrest, post Cardiovascular procedures, Endocrine, Gastrointestinal, Hematology, multisystem involvement, Neurological, Pulmonary, and administration of vasoactive medications.
KNOWLEDGE/EXPERIENCE: Sufficient critical care experience to demonstrate ability to accept responsibility as a ICU/CCU staff RN (job specific).
EDUCATION: Graduate of accredited professional school of nursing.
LICENSE/CERTIFICATION/REGISTRY: Current Montana License as a Registered Nurse. BLS, ACLS, and PALS certification required. Certification in Adult Critical Care Nursing (CCRN) preferred.
Aptitudes: Ability to achieve cognitive, organization and emotional maturity to deal effectively with multiple tasks, stresses, deadlines, difficult situations and/or customers. Possesses positive interpersonal and communication skills necessary for effective, non-judgmental, and empathetic patient care and customer relations. Positive attitude and emphasis on customer satisfaction and exceptional patient care. Ability to achieve expected organizational behavioral standards. Open to feedback and a quickly changing environment, which requires flexibility in scheduling, equipment, and department assignments. Strives to put the patient first above personal needs and beliefs.
Demonstrated ability to create an environment of mutual trust and respect and two-way communication.
Demonstrated ability to build a close team and inspire a team spirit.
Demonstrated ability to actively pursue positive change, both personally and organizationally. Demonstrated ability to adapt to change.
Demonstrated willingness to serve key constituents, including patients, coworkers, physicians, the community, and the organization and to exceed customer expectations.
Demonstrated ability to work in interdisciplinary team for the benefit of the organization as a whole.
Demonstrated ability to control limited healthcare resources by effectively managing the organization's financial and supply resources.
Demonstrated integrity by actions that are consistent with what she/he says, communicating ideas openly and directly, and welcoming openness and honesty of others.
Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing.
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple and conflicting priorities, stressors, deadlines, difficult situations, and/or customers effectively.
Job Type: Full-time
Flexible spending account
Paid sick time
Ability to commute/relocate:
Helena, MT 59601: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)
Work Location: One location