If you are a Registered Nurse with Orthopedic Operating Room experience who is ready to advance your career and be part of a world-renowned healthcare organization, take the first step and apply now!
Your best future is waiting to be discovered! Benefits
- Top pay- $104.00-$123.00/HR based on experience
- Great Schedule: Monday-Friday w/rotating weekends
- Shift: 6: 30am-4: 30pm (4/10hr shifts)
- Great working location
- Health insurance
- Refer-a-friend bonus
- Weekly payroll
- 24-hour accessibility
- Personalized service
Licenses and Certifications
- Bachelor's Degree or higher in Nursing from an accredited academic institution. (preferred)
- Day/Rotating Ortho surgery must have experience in Ortho and Ortho trauma surgery with joint replacement experience.
- Scrub experience is not required but is a plus. (Preferred)
- RN - Registered Nurse - State Licensure Or Compact State Licensure and
- BLS - Basic Life Support
- The Helping Role Establishes Therapeutic Relationships: Creates and maintains a climate conducive to healing through being present to the patient and family, identifying and managing discomforts; providing emotional support and information; guiding the patient and family through phases of illness and recovery/passage to death and in accordance with the patient's goals and culture.
- Mobilizes the patient's strengths and abilities towards participation in recovery and control over plan of care.
- Diagnostic and Monitoring Functions: Obtains accurate and relevant assessment data and interprets the data as normal vs abnormal. Determines nursing diagnosis. Monitors and evaluates data as frequently as needed based on stability.
- Plans and Implements Therapeutic Interventions: Collaborates with the patient, family and members of health care team to develop an individualized plan of care. Implements nursing and medical interventions safely. Evaluates effectiveness of interventions and monitors patient for adverse responses and side effects.
- Teaching and Coaching, Patient and Staff Teaching: Assesses a patient's and family's learning needs and readiness to learn. Teaches needed information for self-care and illness prevention. Adjusts information and expectations based on responses from patient, developmental levels, physiological and psychological condition, and cultural variations.
- Teaches other staff members both incidentally and/or through formal roles such as preceptor or super-user.
- Effective Management of Rapidly Changing Situations: Ability to rapidly grasp problem situations and respond quickly and appropriately. Identifies the need for and activates emergency protocols.
- Monitors and Ensures Quality Healthcare Practices: Monitors own practices and assists in monitoring others for practices related to patient and employee safety and compliance to standards and policies. Looks for opportunities for continual improvement in patient care and the work environment.
- Organization and Work Role Functions: Integrates multiple requests and work expectations by setting priorities, delegating tasks appropriately, and seeking assistance as needed.
- Priorities: Contributes to team building through participation in unit programs and meetings; contributes to positive morale, using constructive and effective conflict resolution skills.
- Management and Delegation: Learns and utilizes the available technology for communication, documentation, and locating information regarding unusual clinical situations, diagnosis, and treatments.
- Contributes to the knowledge and skill of other members of the nursing staff through one or more activities such as formal or informal teaching, participation on Shared Governance groups, professional publications and/or presentations.
- Education: Attains knowledge and competence that reflects current nursing practice. Demonstrates commitment to lifelong learning.
- Communication: Communicates effectively in a variety of formats in all areas of practice.
- Leadership: Demonstrates leadership in the professional practice setting and the profession.
- Professional Practice Evaluation: Evaluates own nursing practice in relation to professional practice standards and guidelines, relevant statutes, rules and regulations.
Power Personnel has been working with healthcare professionals like you since 1994. We are the experts in healthcare staffing in Northern California. That's why so many hospitals, clinics and healthcare facilities rely on us for filling critical positions. If you want competitive pay, excellent working conditions and a team that supports you, we can help! Refer a friend and get $125 bonus for every referral! * *In order to get the bonus, the person referred must work at least 20 shifts.