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Plan and provide professional nursing care for patients at Cure 4 The Kids Foundation in accordance with physician orders and established policies and procedures.
The Pediatric RN is responsible for providing direct patient care; Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current NV license or a valid temporary license required; At least one (1) year of pediatric or PICU experience preferred. Minimum of one (1) year bedside nursing in past 2 years preferred.
A minimum of one (1) year hospital experience within the last three years required. PALS certification required; must be able to tolerate standing and walking majority of shift; push/pull 50 pounds max, up to 25 pounds frequently. Frequently assumes various awkward postures, including crouching, bending, overhead, and forward reach. Must be able to perform fine motor skills, have good verbal skills, visual and auditory acuity.
Physical and Sensory Requirements (with or without the Aid of Mechanical Devices): Walking, reaching, bending, lifting, grasping, pushing, pulling, fine hand coordination; ability to read and write; ability to understand and follow written and oral instructions and directions; ability to communicate with physicians, APN’s, families, personnel, and consultants; and must have the ability to remain calm under emergency situations and when handling multiple tasks.
Cure 4 The Kids Foundation complies with the Medicare and Medicaid mandatory Covid vaccination requirements. Must be fully vaccinated
Spanish speaking preferred, but not required
Are you an exceptional Registered Nurse who absolutely thrives on being part of an accountable team? Can you dedicate yourself to being part of a team serving the needs of children and their families? Do you bring the highest standards of integrity and professionalism to your team? Do you thrive in an environment where you are valued and appreciated for who you are, how hard you work, and for that something special you bring to the teams you choose to work with?
This is a role that requires a multi-disciplinary team approach to solving problems and patient challenges. “That’s not my job” or “someone else can do it” is not in our team vocabulary because we are here to be of support to each other. The primary goal is to bring the best patient care and experience for our area’s children.