182616 St Johnsbury, VT Night shift 7pm - 7am! Three 12 hour shifts, 36 hours per week includes every other weekend.
*Wages are based on average rates and may be impacted by facility budgets and seasonality and may include a combination of taxable and non-taxable earnings and reimbursements.
Ready for a change from the big city? Come spend summer in beautiful Vermont (low COVID numbers). Close to Burke Mountain (downhill mountain biking), Kingdom Trails (mountain biking, hiking), Jay Peak and more! Fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding...the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont has it all! An outdoor wonderland of activities. Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for the coordination of total patient care needs for the medical, surgical, outpatient, observation, swing bed patients, and pediatric patients on Med/Surg/Pedi. Collaborates with and directs the activities of others to meet patient care needs for this population of patients and utilizes the Nursing Process as a basis for nursing decisions. Delivers care appropriate for the patient's age, physiological, spiritual, psychosocial, and developmental needs; accountable to the Unit Manager and, while on duty, interacts closely with the Clinical Coordinator and/or Nursing Supervisor. Three years' minimum acute care experience required. Meditech experience preferred. Current Vermont RN licensure and BCLS required. ACLS preferred.NVRH is a 25 bed critical access hospital located in Vermonts historic Northeast Kingdom, a region known for its unspoiled beauty and four season recreational activities. A not-for-profit, independent hospital, NVRH provides primary and preventive care, surgical and specialty services, inpatient and outpatient care, and 24-hour physician-staffed emergency services.Vermont COVID Requirements1.
COVID-19 testing by PCR method must
be done prior to start of rotation. Copy of test result required. No quarantine
14 days after final COVID vaccination dose and/or living in Vermont, we need
proof of a negative PCR test result. If
NOT COVID vaccinated AND traveling from outside of Vermont, we require a
negative PCR test 3 days before travel to Vermont and once in Vermont another
negative PCR prior to start date at NVRH.Travelers will not be allowed to begin their assignments until they are cleared by NVRH. All credentialing, including medical documents, are required to be submitted to Medefis 2 business days prior to start. Failing to submit all documents for review within 2 business days of start date will result in a delayed start.