Registered Nurse (RN ) - Acute Care

  • Job Reference: 1286090701-2
  • Date Posted: 4 April 2024
  • Recruiter: TriHealth
  • Location: Montgomery, Ohio
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Care in the community, Care workers, Senior Care workers

Job Description


Registered Nurse (RN ) - Staff Acute Care

Department: ICU

Sign on Bonus: Full time is $5,000, Part time is $2,500

Shifts available: Full time or Part time. Day or Night. 


Job Overview:

This position applies the nursing process in providing direct and indirect holistic care to patients and their families. The position also collaborates, in a collegial manner, with physicians and other health care team members in meeting the patient's needs. This position may delegate certain aspects of care to those under their direct supervision, within the scope of nursing practice.

Job Requirements:

  • Associate's Degree or Diploma in Nursing
  • New hires required to obtain BSN within 5 years of hire.
  • BLS/CPR (Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers)
  • Current Registered Nurse license for the state of Ohio
  • Knowledge, judgment, and skills derived from the principles of biological, physical, behavioral, social, and nursing sciences to meet complex health care needs at various stages of the life cycle
  • Preferred membership in related professional organization
  • Up to 1 year Clinical in Nursing experience


Job Responsibilities:

  • Performs initial and ongoing assessment of patient and family.  Completes initial assessment tool.  Documents ongoing assessment per unit guidelines.  Communicates assessment findings to other health care providers as appropriate. Includes health counseling and health teaching needs in assessment.
  • Plans care for patient and family based on assessment, standards of care, and optimal specific outcomes.  Initiates and individualizes appropriate patient care guidelines/plan of care or clinical pathways.  Updates current plan of care as needed based on patient/family input and healthcare needs.  Develops both short and long term goals with patient/family and healthcare team including discharge planning.  Communicates plan of care to others.
  • Provides a safe, therapeutic environment, maintains patient's autonomy, dignity, and rights, and is sensitive to patient diversity. Seeks resources to help formulate ethical decisions. Balances priorities of the patient's needs and those of the unit/facility. Recognizes emergency situations and takes appropriate action. Completes patient assignment including documentation within scheduled timeframe. Bases interventions on clinical data and desired outcomes and documents accordingly. Trains/educates other staff and acts an expert resource in specialty area through abilities in existing and newer knowledge and skills. Effectively communicates and understands/executes physician orders.
  • Evaluates the plan of care for patient based on optimal specific patient outcomes.  Documents the patient/family response to care including teaching.  Collaborates with the patient/family and with other members of the health care team, including physicians, to revise plan of care as needed.  Supervises the care that was delegated to other health care team members.
  • Performs technical skills according to policy and procedure and accepted standards within their area of practice.  Safely administers medications/treatments and monitors their effects.  Uses all equipment in a safe, appropriate manner.
  • Demonstrates organizations responsibilities: Identifies areas for self improvement, functions in relief charge / resource role as requested, completes assignments within scheduled timeframes, cooperates with instructor to facilitate effective learning experiences for students, maintains current knowledge in area of practice, demonstrates knowledge of organizational and department changes.