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Full Time Registered Nurse – Obstetrical

Site:

La Verendrye General Hospital

Department:

Nursing

Status:

Full-time

Salary Scale:

Per the ONA 81 Hospital wage Schedule

The Nursing department has an opening for a Full-time Registered Nurse-Inpatient Unit / Obstetrics.

The successful candidate must be able to meet the normal requirements of the job and possess the following qualifications:

  • Current Certificate of competence from the College of Nurses of Ontario;

  • Current CPR;

  • Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) ;

  • Acute Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), considered an asset;

  • Must have Obstetrical and Fetal Health Surveillance in Labour education and experience acceptable to the hospital; minimum 3 years of experience;

  • Participates in Managing Obstetrical Risk Efficiency (MOREOB) program;

  • Certification in Obstetrical Nursing through Canadian Nursing Association (CNA) ;

  • Demonstration of strong nursing practice, skill and judgement;

  • Possess excellent interpersonal skills including distinguished verbal communication abilities;

  • Demonstrated critical thinking, leadership and mentoring skills;

  • Exhibits the ability and competence to work with all computer systems and applications;

  • Exercises behaviours consistent with Riverside Health Care’s Code of Conduct;

  • Willing to work flexible hours, including days, evenings, nights and weekends;

  • Demonstrates Riverside Health Care’s Core Values; Integrity, Respect, Excellence, and Growth;

  • Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills;

  • Demonstrated strong interpersonal skill with the ability to function effectively independently, within a team, with front line personnel , and management;

  • Demonstrated ability to function effectively in a fast paced healthcare environment with excellent organizational and time management skills with the ability to multitask and prioritize workload;

  • Dependable with a verifiable acceptable attendance record;

  • Proven ability to perform the essential duties of the position on a regular basis.

BASIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide and coordinate nursing care to assigned clients, patients and residents consistent with current Standards of Professional Practice with the Ontario College of Nurses

  • Function as a staff nurse or team leader to provide support in the medical – surgical, and obstetrical areas

  • Accept shift rotation and assignments on other nursing units in accordance with staffing needs

  • Delegate, supervise and evaluate patient care of the RPNs

  • Carry out all work assignments safely and be knowledgeable of and in compliance

    with relevant regulations, policies and procedures.

  • Familiar and in compliance with occupational health & safety workers’ rights

    and responsibilities

  • Such other duties as may be delegated by the manager or supervisor

RESPONSIBLE TO:

Responsible to the Director, Nursing, or the supervisor of the nursing unit.

  • Salary as per Union Schedule

POSITION AVAILABLE:

This Full-Time position will commence ASAP

 
 
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