• Rehab Nurse (RN) / LPN - Bay Bluffs

    Posted: 03/24/2024

    At Bay Bluffs- Emmet County Medical Care Facility, we pride ourselves on providing exceptional care with compassion and dignity. With a total team approach, we combine dedicated administration with an experienced professional staff to offer a variety of services and programs for our residents, ranging for short term rehabilitation to long term and dementia focused care. We are looking for compassionate, hardworking people to join our team of dedicated caregivers.

    Our Rehabilitation Unit Nurse is responsible for providing comprehensive care for our residents looking to rehab to home and/or rehab to our long term care units.  They working closely with our in house Therapy Team and our Skilled Services team to ensure resident goals are met or exceeded.  Currently this position has multiple available shifts including Day Shift 6:45am-7p and 6:45p-7a   

    Benefits

    • Competitive wages( Including an additional $3.20 per hour thru the Direct Care Worker Incentive)
    • $5000 sign on Bonus(paid out of the course of 1 year in set installments)
    • Student Loan Repayment: Up to $5250 per year paid directly to your student loans(for Registered Nurses and LPNs only)
    • Affordable health insurance including prescription coverage, vision, and dental(Payment in lieu if already insured elsewhere)
    • Life Insurance
    • Paid Holidays
    • Generous PTO: accruing 120 hours in your first year of employment
    • Shift Differential between the hours of 7pm and 7am
    • Employee Assistance Plan
    • Business Resource Network(Success Coach)
    • Wellness Program
    • Employer funded retirement plan(401A) after 1st year of employment
    • 457 retirement plan available upon hire
    • Education Assistance Plan(after your first year of employment)
    • Flexible scheduling(12 hour shifts), rotating weekends, and holidays

    Responsibilities

    • Complete initial and ongoing assessments to identify the physical, psychosocial, and environmental needs of residents
    • Assess residents’ conditions and chart observations, and perform evaluation tasks including vital signs and medication review
    • Administer medication as prescribed by the resident’s physician
    • Provide effective communication to residents, their family members, team members, and other health care professionals

    Qualifications

    • Graduate of an accredited Diploma, Associate, or Bachelor’s School of Nursing, or vocational nursing
    • Current state license as an RN
    • Proof of current CPR certification 
    • Compassionate, friendly, team orientated demeanor 
    • Excellent communication skills