Registered Nurse - Long Term Care
Requisition #: ALB00074911 & ALB00074903
Location: St. Paul, Alberta
Job Type: Regular Part Time
Salary: $36.86 - $48.37 per hour
St. Paul is growing and attracting many businesses, offering affordable living and a short commute to work, making this a great opportunity to come and see what we have to offer! As a Registered Nurse in Long Term Care, you will provide patient care services as a member of our healthcare team. Our Long Term Care unit is composed of 29 residents and one respite bed with the unit being attached to our Health Care Centre.
Beautiful St. Paul is located approximately 200 km northeast of Edmonton, located centrally in the Lakeland Region with a population of over 5,800. The county of St. Paul is abundant with lakes and rivers, forests and rolling hills for the outdoor enthusiast. Renowned for the Iron Horse Trail that crosses throughout the Lakeland Region, quadding and sledding are family-friendly activities that span all seasons. Here in St. Paul, we also offers a swimming pool, two arenas, a public library, fitness centres, and a UFO landing pad to keep community members very active, supporting St. Paul’s motto that we’re “a people kind of place.” We offer organized sports, dancing, rodeo events, and music festivals too! St. Paul hosts many different cultures, making us rich in culinary experiences.
We embrace our multiculturalism, including working collaboratively with the Indigenous communities in the area. Education and family is very important to our community, where we offer education in French as well as English. For those looking for post-secondary education, St. Paul is home to Portage College and Blue Quills University.
As a Registered Nurse (RN), you will provide a wide variety of nursing services to patients, families, communities and populations, while taking necessary steps to ensure their safety and well-being. In your role, you will utilize nursing processes, through critical thinking, problem solving and decision making, as well as teach, counsel and advocate on behalf of patients and their families. You will play a leadership role in supporting an integrated and holistic approach to patient care, health promotion and maintenance. You will provide safe, quality patient and family centered care while reflecting the shared vision and values of AHS.
- Completion of an accredited nursing education program.
- Active or eligible for registration and practice permit with the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA).
- Current Basic Cardiac Life Support - Health Care Provider (BCLS-HCP).
- Supportive Pathways or any dementia related courses is preferred.
- Non Violent Crisis Intervention is preferred.
- Foot care is preferred.
- RAI Training is preferred.
- Charge Nurse experience is preferred
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