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New Brunswick, NJ
Required skills & experience (the 5 “must haves” to be considered): 1. Must possess an active license as one of the following: -Registered Nurse -Occupational Therapist -Physical Therapist 2. 3-5 years of relevant clinical healthcare experience working in a skilled nursing, long term care, post acute or rehabilitation facility. 3. 1 year MINIMUM of recent case management experience within a skilled nursing facility. (Utilization Review/Management, MDS coordinator, and Clinical Liaison experience is also strongly preferred). 4. Experience coordinating with providers, nursing and therapy staff to adjust and monitor patient care plans (Interdisciplinary Teams). 5. Solid understanding of compliance with Medicare guidelines and procedures specifically for care within skill nursing facilities. What you need to know: • The Inpatient Care Coordinator must live within a 30-minute commute of New Brunswick, NJ • The Inpatient Care Coordinator is responsible for coordinating transitions and identifying appropriate care plan in order to improve patient recovery. • Coordinators will manage an average caseload of 25-30 patients • 85% of the day spent in the field providing onsite support to patients across several skilled nursing facilities (100% remote at this time due to covid). • 15% of day spent in home office-documentation, e-mails, prep (start this at end of the day). • Will have six weeks of training upon start date (virtual due to covid).
Patient Types: Geriatric
Licenses and Certifications: NJ License, RN
Minimum Education: Bachelors, Associates
Years Experience: 3+ years
Travel Requirements: Willing to travel
Schedule Details: 5 days/week
Care Settings: Inpatient Rehabilitation, Skilled Nursing Facility
• Professional development opportunities
• Full benefits
Since 2012, this client has been a trusted partner for the nation’s top health plans, health systems, post-acute care providers, and at-risk physician groups navigating the shift from volume to value. Their high-touch, proven care model fully supports patients from pre-acute through to the home. This client’s patients can enjoy more days at home, and healthcare providers and health plans can significantly reduce costs specific to unnecessary care and readmissions.
Patient Types: Adult, Pediatric, Geriatric
Licenses and Certifications: DEA
Minimum Education: Masters
Travel Requirements: 100% travel
Schedule Details: 4 days/week
Care Settings: Home Health
We are the market leader in technology-driven doctor house calls. Through the touch of an app or a click on the website, we enable patients to easily book on-demand or scheduled doctor house calls, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week, 365 days a year. We have over 100 major corporate clients and are covered as an in-network benefit with Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross, Blue Shield of California, CareFirst, Cigna, Health Net, Medicare, and United Healthcare. Our house calls are available across California, Atlanta, Georgia, and Northern Virginia/D.C., Chicago, and NY. Our ability to improve healthcare by combining innovation with personalized, in-home care has been recognized with numerous awards including the Web Marketing Association 2018 MobileWebAward for Best Health Care Mobile Application, Top 50 in Digital Health, Most Tech-Friendly Provider, Fierce Innovation Awards – Healthcare 2017, Global Healthcare Magazine: Top 10 Healthcare CEOs, Top 40 Healthcare Transformers of 2018, Disruptor Daily’s Top 25 Influencers Shaping the Future of Healthcare, 10 CEOs transforming healthcare in America’, CES Innovation Awards, and more.
The Infection Control Nurse is responsible for coordinating the entire Infection Control Program in accordance with current applicable federal, state and local standards, guidelines and regulations and as may be directed by Administration to assure the highest degree of quality patient care. The Infection Control Professional will report to the Infection Control Committee and to all departments in the facility in recognition of the fact that an effective Infection Control Program necessitates the cooperation of the entire staff.
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Candidates should apply using the Careers section of our website.
Innerspace Counseling is seeking a motivated, clinically strong individual for our open Psychiatric-APN position. The Nurse Practitioner will provide care for youth, adolescent, and adult patients across our programs. Tasks include providing psychiatric assessments for new patients, maintaining detailed, accurate and current patient records, as well as providing follow up care for patients weekly or bi-weekly depending on the program they are in. This position will provide coverage for other providers as needed. The successful candidate will work as a team with our psychiatrists and will assist in delivering premium care to every patient.
The candidate will work a minimum of 27 hours over 3 days in our IOP/PHP programs, preferably M, W, & Th. There is an option of growing to full time by working an additional 2 days in our outpatient program. This position is eligible for benefits post a standard probationary period. Salary is based on experience. We are located in Old Bridge, NJ. This position is temporarily remote due to COVID19 accomodations.
Basic Job Description:
- Complete Intake Assessments and make level of care determinations
- Assist in the team treatment planning process
- Provide coverage for other providers as needed
- Provide medication counseling and treatment to patients in the intensive outpatient and partial care setting (Children, Adolescents, and Adults) -Ages 8 years and older (All patients must be seen weekly or bi weekly depending on the program they are admitted to)
- Collaborate care with treatment team and families so that patients receive the highest quality of care
- Collaborate with the utilization department as needed to ensure that enough clinical information is available for patients to receive appropriate care.
- Complete peer to peer reviews with managed care when needed to ensure patient’s treatment is covered.
- Chart and document all patient care in a timely fashion
- Attend rounds twice per week with entire treatment team to collaborate on patient care and treatment planning.
- Have a minimum of 2 years of experience as a Nurse Practitioner working with youth and adults (respectively)
- Master’s Degree in Nursing
- Valid nurse practitioner certification in the state of NJ
- Ability to work within a team and take direction
- Must be familiar with and comfortable with utilizing an EHR (Electronic Health Record)
Benefits (available after a 90 day probationary period):
- 20 Days PTO accrued annually
- Health, vision, and dental benefits
- Discounts on goods & services via our HR partner ADP Select
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Melissa Maranzano at MMaranzano@InnerspaceCounseling.com.
Among the key duties of this position are the following:
– Serves as a mentor and role model for other members of the health care delivery team.
– Performs history and physical examination. Documents findings in the medical record.
– Provides patient education to meet the needs of the patient/family.
– Interfaces with families to obtain and provide information concerning patient’s medical care and progress.
– Participates in the mentoring and perception of student learners.
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163 Belleville Avenue, Belleville N.J. 07109
Tel,. (973) 356 1696, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
June 14, 2021
We are urgently in need of a Nurse Practitioner who must have a pediatrics primary care experience in caring for patient ages from birth to 21 years old. This individual must be bilingual (English and Spanish speaking). The successful candidate will work as a team with our staffs and physician and will assist in delivering premium care to our patients.
• Perform routine physical examinations, administering vaccinations, taking routine and diagnostic blood work.
• Diagnose health conditions and illnesses.
• Prescribe medications.
• Maintain accurate records and schedules
• Inform patients about their health conditions and prescribed medications
• Oversees patients’ overall health
• Promote good health practices Skills
• Proven experience as Nurse Practitioner in a Pediatrics primary care setting with EHR medical charting system skill.
• Knowledge of health and patient care regulations
• Excellent communication skills.
• Must be currently credentialed with most major insurance companies in New Jersey.
Part Time (two full work days in a week, and two
Saturdays in a month) average of 15 to 20 hours per week,
or Full time Position (Mon. through Friday, and One
Saturday in a month) average of 32 to 35 hours per week.
Hourly Rate of Compensation: $55.00 to $75.00 an hour,
depending on experience, and many benefits for Full time
employee. Please contact me either by my cell phone or
email as listed above.
Hackensack UMC at Pascack Valley
Saint Peter’s University Hospital
Trinitas Regional Medical Center
NOW HIRING NURSES
& RESPIRATORY THERAPISTS
Are you looking to gain experience in an acute care setting?
Come join our team at one Care One Long Term Acute Care Hospital!
Our 3 locations include:
– HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley in Westwood, NJ
– Trinitas Regional Medical Center in Elizabeth, NJ
– Saint Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick NJ
To apply to one of our locations please contact:
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Yvette at firstname.lastname@example.org
Need camp nurses (RN or LPN) to work 1-6 weeks at Camp Nejeda. Camp Nejeda is wonderful overnight environment for children ages 7-16 with type 1 diabetes. Free CEUs, free room & board, and your children can attend for free. No experience required. Living in a state of the art air conditioned health center. Education on type 1 diabetes provided beforehand and you are never working alone. Supported by technology facilitators, doctors, other nurses and assistants. Looking for:
July 4-10 – cabin nurse & isolation specialist
July 10-16 – evening nurse (in health center) & isolation specialist
July 18-24 – night nurse (8 hours)
July 24-30 – night nurse (8 hours) & cabin nurse
Aug 1-7 – isolation specialist
Aug 7-13 – isolation specialist
Help children become more than their diabetes – come join our medical team for 1 week and enjoy the following perks:
- Live & work in an air conditioned Health Center
- Get free CEUs
- Develop confidence in your type 1 diabetes skills
- Get hands on experience with all of the newest technology
- Bring your children for free (*$50 registration fee)
- Work in a supportive environment with many other nurses
- Make life-long friends & have fun doing it
- Get paid $650/week with the option of other paid bonuses
All weeks available weeks (Sat evening to Fri/Sat morning) from July 3 – August 13, 2020
For more information go to www.campnejeda.org or contact: Robin Greengrove RNC, CSN at Robin.Greengrove@campnejeda.org
The Clinical Research Nurse will work hands on assisting investigators and the Lymphoma Management Team to prepare and implement new clinical trials, screens, enroll study participants, and provide practice-related clinical management to those participants while on study.
This Role Offers:
- Competitive wage plus great benefits – medical/dental/vision, 401(k) match, etc.
- A company viewed as leader in healthcare humanitarianism, taking pride in serving those in need.
- Opportunities for top-tier learning programs that inspire, connect and develop their team.
- Organization that strives for high performance and exceptional care.
- Provide the motivation and tools that will produce lasting outcomes.
- Support the development and coordination of research activities.
- Provide clinical and administrative medical support and oversight for research clinical trials based on scope of practice.
- Develop and maintain a complete, precise, and current participant file with all required documents and data.
- Comply with institutional policies, standard operating procedures, and guidelines pertaining to clinical studies.
- Assist in the screening of research subjects to evaluate their eligibility for a clinical study.
- Create and perform QC procedures.
- Provide education and medical information to study patients to ensure understanding of proper medication dosage, administration, and disease treatment.
- Maintain confidentiality of patient files per HIPAA and all applicable guidelines.
- Active RN License in state of NJ prior to start. Bachelors of Science in Nursing preferred.
- 3+ years of nursing experience in a clinical setting.
- Previous clinical research experience in oncology either as a RN or another research role prior to becoming RN.
- CITI training and certification required.
- Knowledge of federal and state regulatory requirements required.
- OCN, AOCN, and/or CCRP certifications preferred.
- Experience in oncology research specializing in Lymphoma a plus.
- Strong communication skills and ability to collaborate with a team.
- Motivation and commitment to helping others, while displaying a positive attitude.
Please contact: Katt Dawiedczyk // Blue Signal Search // (248) 564 1404 // email@example.com
This center is a newly renovated, 260-bed, fully accredited acute care hospital with 653 physicians representing 60 medical specialties. Located approximately 25 miles from NYC-Manhattan, Chilton serves more than 160,000 patients annually across 33 communities in Northern New Jersey. The Anesthesiology team will be comprised of 11 Anesthesiologists and 4 CRNA’s. The case load will include General, Ortho, Vascular and OBGYN (no Pediatrics or Trauma cases). The approach will be team orientated with flexibility to learn and grow with the system.
Atlantic Health System has been named for the 13th year in a row to Fortune’s “Top 100 Best U.S. Companies to Work for” list. We believe you will find that our culture of collaboration and care exemplifies the value we place on our patients, their families, and our employees.
Interested in hearing more?
Please reach out to Lori Velasco:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 862.881.3383 (cell)
Atlantic Health System, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer and federal contractor or subcontractor and, therefore, abides by applicable laws to protect applicants and employees from discrimination in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, gender identity or expression, sexual or affectional orientation, national origin or nationality, citizenship status, disability, age, genetics, protected veteran status, ancestry, marital status.
Job Description: Modio Information Group is partnering with publishers to
provide leading, peer-reviewed, medical journal articles in a word-for-word,
human-narrated audio format, allowing practitioners to consume the underlying
material without forgoing premium office time that could otherwise be used to see
patients and conduct research.
We are seeking medical students and graduate nurse practitioner students to
narrate the articles. Applicants must be articulate with excellent oral reading
skills, reliable, punctual, detail-oriented and extremely conscientious. All work
may be completed part-time from home, with minimal time commitment.
In addition to their compensation, the selected narrators will gain prominent
exposure to medical professionals, as well as medical device and pharmaceutical
companies (i.e. potential employers) in the United States and globally, through
Modio’s proprietary audio platform / app. On each of their audio recordings
narrators identify themselves by name, school and graduation year as described
below. Additionally, our proprietary platform accompanies each audio article with
the narrators’ email address and LinkedIn profile. The selected narrators also
enhance their education with access to the latest developments and innovations
in their field, and are compensated at a rate of $70 per hour of audio content.
For this job posting, the immediate subject matter will be the latest peer-reviewed
research and developments in the interrelated areas of diabetes, obesity and
metabolism; however, the expectation is to expand into other areas as well.
To apply, please e-mail a) your resume and b) a sample audio narration of the
sample content below using the Voice Memos app on your iPhone or similar app
such as Evernote on your Android phone, to email@example.com. In the
subject line, please write “Application – Medical Narrator”. Please feel free to
email us any questions as well.
Sodium glucose cotransporter (SGLT)-2 inhibitors: Do we need them for
glucose-lowering, for cardiorenal protection or both?
Written By: Rosalie A. Scholtes MD and David Z. I. Cherney MD PhD
Narrated By: [Your Full Name], [Your School], “Class of” [Graduation Year]
Diabetes, Obesity & Metabolism, December 2018. Sodium glucose cotransporter
(SGLT)-2 inhibitors are the newest addition to our treatment armamentarium for
the management of hyperglycemia in type 2 diabetes. Glucose-lowering per se
reduces the risk of microvascular complications, but not the risk of cardiovascular
disease, including heart failure and cardiovascular mortality. Also, even when
embedded in optimal cardiovascular prevention, a large residual risk remains
with respect to progression of diabetic kidney disease. SGLT-2 inhibitors lower
blood glucose levels by inducing glucosuria. Through various proposed
mechanisms, among which diuretic and natriuretic effects, SGLT-2 inhibitors
decrease heart failure hospitalization, reduce cardiovascular mortality, and
mitigate progression of diabetic kidney disease. In this perspective, we will
discuss the glucose-lowering and other protective effects of SGLT-2 inhibitors on
the cardiorenal axis, both in primary and secondary prevention. By comparing the
glycemic and pleiotropic effects of these agents to other glucose- lowering drugs,
we will address questions around whether SGLT-2 inhibitors should be
considered primarily as glucose-lowering agents, cardiorenal drugs or both.
MANAGEMENT OF HYPERGLYCEMIA IN PATIENTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES
In the last few decades we have witnessed a huge increase in the number of
pharmacological treatment options for patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D) in
order to reduce hyperglycemia and ultimately to attempt to mitigate the risk of
long-term cardiovascular (CV) and renal complications. While metformin,
sulfonylurea and insulin were the only available glucose-lowering agents for
several decades, a large number of new drugs have recently been added to our
treatment armamentarium. Of these, newer insulin analogues, glucagon-like
peptide (GLP)-1 receptor agonists, dipeptidyl-peptidase (DPP)-4 inhibitors and,
most recently, sodium glucose cotransporter (SGLT)-1/2 inhibitors have been the
subject of intensive investigation in clinical trials. This increase in the availability
of treatment options has contributed to improved patient care, but also introduced
certain challenges. Each drug class differs in mode of action, efficacy, potential
side effects, costs and actions beyond glucose-lowering. Consequently, clinical
guidelines have challenged healthcare providers to implement individualized
treatment strategies. Although this concept of individualized diabetes
management (i.e. choosing the right drug for the right patient based on both
drug-and patient characteristics) sounds appealing, the vast amount of options
and considerations can be a struggle for physicians in clinical practice.
Recordings should be completed in a quiet environment on the applicant’s mobile
device. Start the recording by stating the title of the article, “written by Rosalie A.
Scholtes MD and David Z. I. Cherney MD PhD “, “narrated by [Your name],
[Your School] “Class of [Graduation Year]”. Then state the publication name-
“Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism” and the issue- “December 2018”. Then
narrate the body of the article. In preparing your audio sample, it will be a good
idea to listen to samples from audio narrations that we have circulated to
subscribers to get a sense of the pace and tone we are looking for. To review
them, go to http://modioinfo.com/our-solution/ and click the “Listen Now” buttons
located in the Our Solution Section of the page. You will also see screenshots of
our user interface that will give you a sense of the platform; including the “Meet
the Narrator” link users can tap to access the email address and LinkedIn profile
of the Narrators.
Once you complete recording your audio sample, email it to
firstname.lastname@example.org and write “Application – Medical Narrator” in the
subject line. On the Voice Memos App, use the icon resembling a square with an
arrow pointing out of it to email us your audio file. Please remember to submit
your resume as well.
Professionals of all kinds, including medical practitioners, are under tremendous
pressure to stay informed in their area of expertise, and they subscribe to a
variety of publications designed to keep them informed. However, despite the
importance of reviewing this information on a regular basis, the professionals do
not always get to read it as much as they would like because of the significant
demands on their time; particularly in the office when they can be engaging in
other premium activities such as seeing patients, conducting research, billing
Using its patented system, Modio Information Group partners with medical
publishers, among others, to convert their publications to a same-day, word-forword,
article-specific, human-narrated, audio format that subscribers can access
through their smart phones. By placing content in an audio format on Modio
Information Group’s proprietary smart phone enabled platform, medical
professionals no longer need to forgo office time that they could otherwise use to
see patients, in order to stay informed; rather they can access the same
information during multi-tasking activities such as commuting and exercising.
In turn, as the narrators of the content placed on Modio Information Group’s
interface, candidates are given an opportunity to gain exposure to potential
employers / future-fellow practitioners and develop / showcase their verbal
communication skills. They also enhance their educational experience by
complimenting classroom learning with the latest developments in their field of
Certificates “in process” will not be accepted.
Candidate should possess strong knowledge and understanding of concepts relating to school nursing. Candidate should also be detail-oriented, responsible, patient, caring, and able to calmly/efficiently handle emergency situations. Excellent written/verbal communication and medical record keeping skills required.
Salary: As per negotiated agreement
Start Date: September 1, 2021, plus 5 hours of summer preparation
Please apply online at: www.bordentown.k12.nj.us under employment to:
Louisa Kenny, Principal
Clara Barton Elementary School
100 Crosswicks Street
Bordentown, NJ 08505
*No e-mail submissions or phone calls please.
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Two year commitment is required. Relocation/ Sign-On Bonuses available
To apply, send your resume to email@example.com.
In the subject line write Your Name | New Grad RN | Preferred Location/s
We invite new graduate RN’s to apply for this unique opportunity.
The Residency is a yearlong program which begins with a 10-16 week (depending on specialty), PAID Classroom/Preceptorship program. It allows new graduate nurses to obtain acute care nursing experience through an intensive internship program. Open positions will vary throughout the year, and positions will be offered based on needs of the hospital.
Part 1: Paid Training – First 5-8 Weeks (depending on specialty):
- Instructor-led classroom training
- State-of-the-art simulation including comprehensive debriefs
- Certifications needed for each unit
- Training on charting systems
- The schedule is typically Monday-Friday, with 40 hour work weeks (8 hour days)
Part 2: Clinical Preceptorship – Next 7-8 Weeks (depending on specialty):
- Conducted at the hospital
- You will be assigned a one-on-one preceptor to train you and acclimate you to your role
- Regular development meetings between the resident, their preceptor and their Director
- Customized Coaching/Onboarding report for clinical preceptorship
- The schedule is typically three (3) 12 hour shifts at the hospital
Part 3: – Remainder of your 1st year
Upon successful completion of the Program, residents will transition to their full-time roles at the hospital and continue professional development through routine interactions with a mentor (meet at least once a month)
- Complete an evidence-based capstone project
- Current state RN license or Multi-state Compact RN license (or ability to obtain)
- Graduate from an accredited school of nursing, within past 1 year
- Program acceptance requires a two (2) year, full-time commitment to the hospital. If a nurse chooses to leave the facility before the 2 year commitment is fulfilled, they may be required to meet a monetary responsibility.
- Self-motivated and strong communication skills required
***Candidates must present as energetic or they will NOT be considered here. Also, they need to be passionate about learning and staying in the unit they join.
• Will take LTAC/Correctional/Rehab/Nurses seeking to get back into acute care
• New grads accepted with or without RN Lic
• Program acceptance requires a two (2) year, full-time commitment to the hospital.
• Attendance is imperative throughout the Training program
• Candidates w/ Associates degree welcome
Pay Rates During Training: Depends on location and cost of living. Most start around $25 per hour.
*Rate increases after training depending on prior healthcare experience – you get pay for your years if exp plus one year. Example new grads get one year of experience credit. A RN with 4 years exp gets paid a 5 year exp salary. LVN/ LPN exp is calculated at one year of RN credit for every two years of exp.
Sign on / Relocation: Up to $10k – depends on hospital and location
(2 year commitment) – paid out once Part One of training/ preceptorship is complete)
Program acceptance requires a two (2) year, full-time commitment to the hospital. If a nurse chooses to leave the facility before the 2 year commitment is fulfilled, they may be required to meet a monetary responsibility. (10k)
YMCA Camp Bernie, in Port Murray, New Jersey is looking to hire a nurse for our summer camp program, and we’re really struggling this year. We run overnight, specialty camps (horseback riding, dirt bike, Counselor-in-Training) and day camp on our property. The nurse would live on site for the summer and if they have a child, the child would attend camp for free! Below is our website and a link to the job description. Please forward this among your nurses/students. Please feel free to reach out to me with any recommendations for the position.
– Camp Bernie Website
– Camp Bernie Nurse Job Description
Dates: June 19th – August 20th
Pay Rate: $1200/week, plus room & board, free camp tuition for immediate children
Acenda Jobs provides an agency vehicle for this program.
Servicing counties include: Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem
•Bachelor’s degree in Nursing is required.
•Must have State of NJ RN license in good standing.
•In addition, must have use of an insured and registered vehicle, and must have and maintain a valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record.
Necessary Skills and Abilities
•Must demonstrate initiative, creativity, be dependable, reliable and work well independently.
•Must be able to exercise independent thinking and good judgment under all circumstances.
•Must be able to analyze work, set goals, develop plans and utilize time effectively and efficiently.
•Must regularly be able to see, speak and hear.
•Frequently required to stand, sit, walk, bend, use hands and arms and must occasionally lift up to 20 pounds.
•Must be sensitive, flexible and responsive to gender, race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, religion, age, sexual orientation or any other special needs as reflected in the ability to communicate with staff and/or clients.
•Assume an active role in agency events.
•Provides culturally competent service delivery.
•Upholds ethical standards in accordance with Social Work Code of Ethics.
•Effectively engages all client populations.
•Continually assesses clients’ needs.
•Provides appropriate intervention strategies and adjusts services accordingly.
How to Apply –
Click on this link to their career page, and scroll down to job posting for Nurse Home Visitor Glassboro NJ
Enhance your hands-om=n skills and get paid!
All shifts available.
Avril A Keldo DNP,MSN,ANP-BC,RN-BC,OCN
Director Professional Practice
Clinical Education and Research
Simulation Lab and Medical Library
Saint Peter’s University Hospital
254 Easton Avenue
New Brunswick, N.J.08901
Office 732 -745 – 8600 x 7671
New CNA grads welcome!
Venus Medical Staffing at Rose Garden Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 1579 Old Freehold Road, Toms River has an immediate need for CNAs/Certified Nursing Assistant for all shifts. Must have a New Jersey Certified Nursing Assistant License. All shifts are available.
We are seeking dedicated Certified Nursing Assistants to join our team of compassionate caregivers!
Full Time Rates, No Benefits
• $18.00 per hour – 7:00 am to 3:00 pm – Full Time
• $20.00 per hour – 3:00 pm to 11:00 pm – Full-Time
• $21.00 per hour – 11:00 pm to 7:00 am shift – Full Time
Per Diem and Part Time Rates
• $15.00 per hour – 7:00 am to 3:00 pm
• $16.00 per hour – 3:00 pm to 11:00 pm
• $19.00 per hour – 11:00 pm to 7:00 am shift
• $22.00 per hour – All shifts Saturday and Sunday, must work every weekend
Please visit our website to learn more about us! www.rosegardnnj.com
We look forward to hearing from you!
Resumes can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 732-349-8036
For more information please contact Human Resources at 732-505-4477 Ext: 217
Hackensack Meridian Health Carrier Clinic is a leading provider of psychiatric and addictive treatment services located in Belle Mead, NJ (10 miles north of Princeton). We operate a 24-hour psychiatric hospital and adolescent residential treatment center on our Belle Mead campus.
Flexible scheduling (day, evening, overnight)
Free CPR training
Paid vacations and sick time
Interested applicants should contact Debra Hixson at email@example.com
We are hiring for a Lead Nurse Practitioner at our Abbottsford Falls location. The position is full-time, and the salary range is $105,000-$115,000 per year. We also offer a generous benefits and PTO package. It requires a Master’s degree, as well as graduation from an accredited Nurse Practitioner Program, and Current RN & APN licenses from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as well as nationally recognized advanced practice certification. A minimum of 3-5 years of experience as a Nurse Practitioner are necessary, and a minimum of 1 year of supervisory experience is preferred. The Primary Care Lead Nurse Practitioner is a leadership position that fulfills the role of clinical team leader, mentor, supporter, and clinician resource, with clinical hours and oversight, as well as administrative functions.
View details and apply or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Primary Care Lead Nurse Practitioner is a leadership position that fulfills the role of clinical team leader, mentor, supporter, and clinician resource. In addition, the Lead Nurse Practitioner will be responsible for continually assessing and retooling clinical workflows in conjunction with Center Directors and other site leadership in order to maintain effective, efficient practice. The Lead NP position also serves on site and network level committees including the joint primary care/ operations committee and the primary care team leaders committee in order to represent the concerns of their fellow Nurse Practitioners at the site level, and bring input into decision-making regarding policy development, standardization of network protocols, CQI priorities, and other issues influencing the experience of clinicians at FPCN. This position is expected to add an additional administrative time to the clinician’s schedule of 3 sessions per week (approx. 12 hours) that will be dedicated to the above-named activities.
Team members are expected to uphold the health center mission by assuring that patients receive health care that is competent, caring, and meets with a high degree of satisfaction. In addition, staff must support FPCN’s commitment to the creation of a trauma-informed system of care that continually recognizes and responds to the impact of traumatic stress on all those who have contact with the organization, including children, adults, families, caregivers, and staff.
Master’s degree. Graduate of an accredited Nurse Practitioner Program
· Minimum of 3-5 years of experience as a Nurse Practitioner.
· Minimum of 1 year of supervisory experience preferred.
· Current RN and APN licenses from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
· Current nationally recognized advanced practice certification.
· Demonstration of clinical competence.
· Leadership and management skills or willingness to train.
· Proficiency in computer skills and electronic health record systems.
· Familiarity with and dedication to trauma-informed care
· Physical and emotional ability to perform the duties as described above
Essential Duties and Functions:
· Assurance that clinical setting is functional and equipped for daily patient care.
· Work with clinical staff, Center Director, and Practice Manager (including Front Desk, Medical Assistants, and Nursing, Nurse Practitioners) to maintain or exceed expected weekly/monthly productivity.
· Ongoing monitoring and adjustment of processes responsible for smooth and effective patient flow.
· Provide clinical leadership and mentorship for Nursing and Nurse Practitioner practice
· Share new clinical policies / procedures
· Chart reviews as needed for audits and QI
· Patient care issues
· Promote Quality Improvement processes, power cycles, and support network improvement initiatives and quality measure goals.
· Facilitate morning huddles and assist in running clinical staff meetings with focus on primary care team issues and functioning.
· Encourage and promote teamwork. Nurture individual team members’ strengths and abilities.
· In collaboration with the Lead Medical Assistant II, assist in partnership with Medical Assistant functions including: ordering medical supplies, vaccines, inventory, clinical office needs, and daily patient flow.
· Work with Practice Manager and Director of Primary Care to cover unexpected clinical absences. Assist with coverage issues as needed.
· Work with Practice Manager and Lead Medical Assistant II and nursing staff daily to problem solve clinical workflow issues.
· Report staff concerns to Director of Primary Care. Routine supervision meetings, at least twice a month, with Director of Primary Care and Practice Manager to facilitate smooth communication and promote excellence in patient care services offered on-site.
· Act as a resource and liaison for other members of healthcare team (Behavioral Health, Outreach, Social Work etc.) Work in conjunction with Center Director & Practice Manager to promote positive team dynamics through regular meetings and staff supervision.
· Strive to promote health equity for all patients served across the life course.
· Hold regular supervision meetings with nurse practitioners and RNs, promote productivity, identify strengths and develop individualized plans to address areas of improvement or development, or desired acquisition of skills. Supported by Primary Care Director.
· Collaborate with Director of Primary Care and Practice Manager regarding clinical supervision of clinical staff. Ability to request meetings with both Directors and clinical staff as needed to address deficiencies/complaints or clinical concerns.
· Report clinical staff concerns to Director of Primary Care.
· Input into disciplinary action regarding clinical staff. Initiate process when indicated. Complete consistent and timely documentation and communication of problems regarding primary care staff.
· Provide input for Medical Assistant and front desk performance reviews, in collaboration with Practice Manager.
· Perform annual performance review of RNs and Nurse Practitioners in collaboration with Director of Primary Care.
· Assist in interviewing and hiring of primary care clinical staff in collaboration with Associate and Director of Primary Care and Practice Manager.
· Network with other Primary Care Site Directors; meet as needed to ensure standardization of clinical policies and procedures between sites
· Contribute to the revision and approval of policies, protocols, and network clinical guidelines.
· Perform other duties as assigned.
Family Practice and Counseling Network, a program of Resources for Human Development, is a network of community health centers providing comprehensive primary care, dental and behavioral health services. The Network consists of four health centers in Philadelphia – Abbottsford-Falls Family Practice & Counseling in the Northwest, the Stephen and Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Services of Drexel University in the North, the Health Annex in the Southwest, and Annex West Health Center in West Philly housed in Action Wellness building (formerly Action AIDS); a convenient care clinic in Philadelphia – Fast Family Care. Today the Network serves more than 23,000 patients annually and is an NCQA certified Patient-Centered Medical Home.
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What We Are Looking For?
We are currently recruiting a part time Registered Nurse (RN) to provide meaningful and long-term relationships with the individuals we serve, nursing oversight in our residences, and on-going training to our direct support professionals.
This position is part time (PT), up to 20 hours/week.
Must have availability to travel to our group homes in Morris, Bergen, and Somerset counties.
The ideal candidate would have experience with at home medical equipment/treatments, such as g-tube, epi-pen, wound care, suctioning, insulin injection. Experience with the DDD and geriatric population. Visit medical group home on a routine basis and visits other group homes in Morris, Somerset and Bergen counties as needed. Train staff on completing Medication Administration Records (MARs) according to DDD regulations. On Call for medical consultation. Be flexible to work occasionally on evenings and/or weekends to meet the medical needs of our clients.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
- NJ Registered Nurse (RN) License with a minimum of 5 years’ experience
- BLS Certification (Preferred)
- Valid NJ Driver’s License
- Must complete and pass all background screening including Fingerprinting, Drug Screen, Child Abuse Record Information (CARI).
Role of the Registered Nurse (RN):
- Oversee training and development and supervise and support our Nursing staff (LPN’s).
- Oversight of primary medical care for our individuals.
- Coordinate and provide staff training to specialized nursing protocols, medical interventions, medication and follow up as indicated by the Individual’s ISP.
- Assist our individuals and staff with adherence to treatment plans. Plan and coordinate treatment,
- Provide support to staff and clients. Act as liaison and advocate for individuals when dealing with physicians and consultants.
- Provide nursing coordination and wellness coordination for individuals in accordance with state and federal regulations.
- Implement and train employees on new and revised health related policies and procedures in a timely manner as directed.
- Participate in regular pharmacy reviews with the consulting pharmacist and follow up as needed.
- Complete all paperwork required to document assigned individuals’ health and related care needs.
- Respond to emergency medical situations for assigned department(s) in a timely manner.
- Train Group Home staff in medically prescribed protocols, specific to diabetic care/insulin administration, G-tube feeding, wound care, health maintenance, medications, and medical treatments.
- Participate in assigned individuals’ ISP meetings, nurse meetings, departmental meetings, and other meetings as required.
- Perform annual nursing assessments and develop associated health risk plans to ensure appropriate medical care for assigned individuals. Nurse will update when a change in condition occurs.
- Ability to lift/transfer weight of patient according to lifting/transferring procedures.
What Does Avidd Offer?
- Paid Training
- Paid Time Off, Holiday, Floating Holiday & Sick Pay
- Medical, Dental and Vision at great rates for full time employees
- Employee Referral Bonus Program
- Flexible schedules
- Competitive wages with incentives for previous training and experience
- Job security with a team of dedicated professionals
APPLY TODAY – Send you resume to HR@aviddnj.org
Location: 616 Grove Avenue – Edison, NJ 08820
Primary Physician: Dr. Maria Flores
Monday: 9am to 5pm
Tuesday: 8am to 4pm
Thursday: 9am to 5pm
Friday: 8am to 4pm
Saturday: 9am to 3pm (Perth Amboy location)
Pay ranges from $60-$65 per hours.
Interested applicants should contact Parth Sharma at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sussex County Department of Health and Human Services is hiring nurses for different positions.
View the list of vacancies
-Should have some clinical experience/rotations
-Pay-$15.15 base plus shift differentials for evening, night, weekends and holidays
-Start-immediately after onboarding
Ashley McKnight MSN, RN, PCCN-K
Morristown Medical Center
Office: (973) 971-5394
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NURSING DEPARTMENT: Medical/Surgical Open Interviews with Potential for
on the Spot Job Offers
Thursday May 13, 2021 8am- 11am and 3pm – 5pm
Victor M. Richel Conference Center – M. O. B. 1st Floor
240 Williamson St., Elizabeth, NJ 07202
You can park in the garage on this day and bring the parking ticket to the open
house to be validated.
Please register by emailing Gabriela Rodrigues at email@example.com.
You must indicate the time you would like to attend, due to COVID-19 social distancing.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR: Nursing Assistants to join our team!
Full Time & Part Time opportunities available in our nursing department. Bring your skill, enthusiasm
and talent to care for our patients on our medical / surgical units. Our nursing assistants are an integral part of the nursing team providing direct patient care activities under the direction of a registered nurse to provide hygiene, safety and comfort needs of assigned patients. You will also assist patients with activities of daily living; measure vital signs, feeding and transportation of patient specimens as well as other related direct patient care duties.
The ideal candidates will have a high school diploma or equivalency; completion of a nursing
fundamentals course in an accredited School of Nursing or be a Certified Nursing Assistant.
Please bring the following documents: resume, BLS certification from the American Heart Association (front and back copy), and 3 professional employment references.
Gabriela Rodrigues, Recruiter
Phone: 908-994-8798 Fax: 908-994-8293
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Old Bridge, NJ (4-5 days a week/25-40 hours)
Newark, NJ (some weekends and part time weekday hours)
Contact Jancy Tejada
Salary: $25/hr (LPN) $32-$35/hr (RN)
Location: Monmouth County, NJ
Shift: Looking for full time but there are multiple shifts available!
Requirements: LPN or RN licensure is required.
If you are interested in the position, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 215.396.5655
Location: East Orange, NJ
Hours/Shift: 3 days per week, 12 hour overnight shift
Pay: $75 per week, $300 per month.
Job Description: Provide basic care and ensure patient needs and requests are handled, preparation of activities for patients during times of no Aide care. Medication reminders of prepackaged meds, minimal meal planning and preparation, bed linen changes and extremely light housekeeping (trash removal, cleaning used dishes) during shift and for the next day, bathing and grooming reminders, overnight stay for patient companionship during the night.
Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma, currently enrolled nursing female, 2nd year student, prior home health aide/patient care asst. experience, BLS certification, Non-Smoker, experience with meal preparation. Proof of full Covid-19 vaccination received.
Desired Qualifications: Home Health Aide Certification, CNA certification, last semester nursing student.
Contact info and questions: Email resume with Three (3) references to: Skye Long-Bailey email – email@example.com
Questions encouraged. Send all inquiries to the email address.
Great opportunity for experience. Earn extra money while putting your nursing knowledge and skills into practice. May sleep and do homework/study during shift.
- Supportive team approach
- Competitive pay with direct deposit
- Paid orientation and ongoing training
- Time-and-a-half pay for overtime and holidays
- Flexible schedules and matching of caregivers with nearby clients
- Employee recognition programs
As a Caregiver with SYNERGY HomeCare,of Pennington you will:
- Provide attention to clients’ non-medical needs, including companionship and social engagement
- Assist client with light housekeeping, meal preparation and medication reminders
- Assist with personal care, dressing, grooming and getting in and out of bed or chair
- Establish communication and a professional relationship with clients, family members, and co-workers
- Provide reliable care by being punctual and consistently covering shifts
Qualifications & Requirements:
- Be a Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA/CNA) in New Jersey
- Have or acquire a (TB) test
- National background check
- A valid driver’s license, proof of car insurance/registration and a reliable car (preferred)
Interested applicants should contact Ashley Jimenez at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 609-730-9004.
From $35 an hour
Director of Nursing, BSN, Registered Nurse
SYNERGY HOMECARE at Pennington is seeking a Director of Nursing to join our team!
The Director of Nursing (DON) is a Registered Nurse who is responsible for the overall direction of home health clinical services. The DON will have the overall responsibility for the performance, quality, adequacy of services provided and supervision of staff.
- Provide respectful and compassionate care to all patients/families/caregivers.
- Provide patient care in accordance with acceptable standards of nursing practice and the written plan of care as well as physicians plan of treatment.
- Makes the initial evaluation visits and regularly monitors, evaluates, or reevaluates the client’s nursing needs.
- Maintains contact with patients and families via telephone and in person when appropriate.
- Receives and acts to resolve complaints made by patients or families regarding care or services, personnel, or policies.
- Direct, oversee and helps evaluate performance on personnel (caregivers)
- Supervises, educates, and helps coach personnel (caregivers)
- Orientates new or current staff with appropriate education (Alzheimer’s, Dementia) and patient’s care plan if needed.
- Monitors caregiver’s continuing education (in-services) in compliance with state and federal laws
- Oversees the maintenance of clients’ clinical records/charts, caregiver’s medical records, statistics, reports, and records for purposes of evaluation and reporting of organizations activities.
- Assures proper maintenance of clinical records, nurses notes, comments, visits, care plans etc.
- Stays informed about changes in the field of nursing and home health care.
- Manages inventory of supplies (gloves, PPE, etc.)
- Directs and participates in compliance audits as required.
- Administers Covid testing to caregivers and maintains testing logs.
- Maintains and inputs data, written records, and reports into the computer, in a timely manner, which includes the ability to use an assortment of office equipment’s (phone, computer, printer, fax, copier, keyboard etc.)
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Student Support Services/School Nurse
Central Office, Belleville Public Schools
- School Nurse Non-Instructional Certificate
- A current New Jersey registered professional nurse license issued by the NJ State Board of Nursing
- A current cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillators (AED) certificate
Interested applicants should apply through this link or send their resume to Thomas D’Elia at Thomas.email@example.com.
Hours: Daytime (negotiable) / Nighttime (9pm-7am)
Days per Week: 2-3 days per week (these days are flexible/negotiable)
Pay: $15-18/hr (depending on experience for daytime work) / overnight ($20/hr)
Requirements: This job will be for part-time care of a newborn. We are looking for two different times for assistance.
One is during daytime hours to assist with feeding, diapering, baby laundry, walks or outings are daily tasks that will be required. The two-three days a week for care are flexible/negotiable depending on the applicant’s schedule. As the infant grows, the nanny will be required to cognitively engage the child in a variety of ways that are age appropriate (rolling over, grasping objects, tummy time, etc) or other experiential learning activities to be discussed with the parents/employer.
The second need is for overnight baby feeding of the infant. This will not be every night, but potentially 2-3 nights a week. Required activities will be feeding, diapering, and addressing infant’s needs during the overnight hours. Bed/linens will be provided for rest. Hours above for nighttime work are a guideline and can also be discussed with the provider if other hours are needed.
Englewood Health is hosting a virtual open house for experienced Med/Surg RNs to learn about opportunities to provide safe, high-quality, patient-centered care at our hospital.
Join us online to hear from nurse recruiters, nurse managers, and nurse educators about:
• Joining a team of Magnet nurses promoting clinical excellence
• Collaborative nursing practice with multidisciplinary teams
• Certification and professional development opportunities
• Competitive benefits and tuition reimbursement
• Opportunities on all medical/surgical units
Attendees will also hear from Kathleen Kaminsky, MS, RN, NEA-BC, senior vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer at Englewood Health.
BSN and one year of Med/Surg experience is required for attendance at this event.
To register, visit
Camp Walt Whitman, a traditional children’s summer camp located in NH, is seeking a registered nurse to work from June 13th – August 14th, 2021.
-You will work an average of eight hour shifts, six days per week. Your responsibilities will include:
-Assisting the on-call doctor with examination of patients
-Triage and treating campers who come to the Health Center
-Scheduling appointments and working at the front desk check-in
-Verifying health logs books
-Working with insurance companies and assuring the completion of insurance forms
-Distribution of medications
-Speaking with parents and updating them on their child
Stipend includes Salary, Travel Allowance, Room and Board.
Position Runs: June 13th – August 14th
Please visit our website at www.campwalt.com to learn more about us. While there you can visit our online staff video that shows what it is like to spend a summer working at CWW. If you like what you see, please apply directly online and please feel free to call Carolyn Dorfman at 1-800-657-8282 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Camp Walt Whitman, a traditional children’s summer camp located in New Hampshire, is seeking a student nurse to work from June 13-August 14, 2021. This is an unique opportunity to get hands on clinical experience with over 400 campers and 250 staff. You will work closely with 6 RN’s and 8 different Physicians.
You will work an average of 8-10 hours per day, 6 days per week. Your responsibilities will include:
-Assisting the on-call doctor with examination of patients
-Triage and treating campers who come to the Health Center
-Distribution of medications
-Scheduling appointments and working with local doctors
-Taking campers to off-site doctors and emergency room when needed.
-Verifying medical forms
-Working with insurance companies and assuring the completion of insurance forms
-Follow comprehensive standing orders provided by the camp physician, and communicate with the doctors as needed.
-Assist counselors–through training and observation–in monitoring the health and safety of all campers.
-Speaking with parents and updating them on their child’s condition
Stipend includes Salary, Travel Allowance, Room and Board.
Position Runs: June 13– August 14 2021
Please visit our website at www.campwalt.com to learn more about us. While there you can visit our online staff video that shows what it is like to spend a summer working at CWW. If you like what you see, please apply directly online and please feel free to call Carolyn Dorfman at 1-800-657-8282 or email email@example.com with any questions.
Do you run to challenges?
Do you like change on a minute by minute basis?
Do your friends call you the ever ready bunny?
Do you believe you have “special powers”?
If you answered YES to the above questions, you are a mover and shaker and may be ready to take on the responsibility of caring and advocating for a patient during a vulnerable time. OR nursing takes lots of energy, critical thinking, collaboration and teamwork. If you have what it takes we have the education, commitment and guidance to bring you into the world of OR Nursing!
What: OR Information Session and Interview Opportunity
When: April 21,22,23 & April 28,29,30 2021 between 2p-4p by RSVP appointment
Where: Princeton Medical Center Main Lobby
firstname.lastname@example.org with your preferred date and time and we will confirm availability.
What is the Nurse Residency Program? The Nurse Residency Program at Penn Medicine is a twelve-month program designed to support nursing school graduates as they transition into their first professional nursing role. The program consists of a series of work and learning experiences that emphasize and develop the clinical and leadership skills necessary for the advanced beginner nurse to become a successful part of the health care team. *Participating nurses receive a full salary and an excellent benefits package, as well as dedicated preceptors and faculty for guidance and support throughout the program.
View more information on Penn Medicine’s Nurse Residency programs
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We are currently hiring for a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at our Health Annex site in Philadelphia. The position is full-time and pays between $100,000-$120,000 per year. We also offer a generous benefits and PTO package.
View details and apply
The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is responsible for providing comprehensive services necessary for the promotion of optimal mental health, prevention and treatment of psychiatric disorders, and health maintenance. The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner will uphold the health center mission by assuring the delivery of high quality clinical services that result in better health outcomes, strong consumer satisfaction; and that help maintain the fiscal and operational capacity of the Behavioral Health Department.
Team members are expected uphold the health center mission by assuring that patients receive health care that is competent, caring, and meets with a high degree of satisfaction. In addition, staff must support FPCN’s commitment to the creation of a trauma-informed system of care that continually recognizes and responds to the impact of traumatic stress on all those who have contact with the organization, including children, adults, families, caregivers, and staff.
– Graduate degree in Nursing from an accredited institution.
– Current Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner license from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Board of Nursing.
– Current certification: Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (Across the Lifespan) Certification or Adult – Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner certification in the state of Pennsylvania.
– Current nationally recognized board certification and federal DEA or in progress.
Minimum of one year of experience in psychiatric treatment of all ages with prior experience as a Registered Nurse or Nurse Practitioner.
– Excellent working knowledge of psychopharmacology, behavioral medicine and evidence-based treatments for behavioral and mental health conditions.
– Ability to work with a culturally diverse population.
– Ability to make quick and accurate clinical assessments of mental and behavioral health conditions via brief patient contact.
– High level of comfort in working with primary care medical providers using a consultative style.
– Ability to complete clinical documentation with concise, clinically relevant information in a timely fashion.
– Ability to work effectively as a team, interfacing with patients, primary care providers, behavioral health staff, as well as with administrative and support staff.
– Knowledge of trauma-informed care and the ability to support individuals on their paths to recovery and healing while resisting retraumatization of staff and patients.
– Performs psychiatric evaluations within a primary care setting.
– Provides psychiatric direction and ongoing psychopharmacological management.
– Collaborate/consult with Nurse Practitioners & other clinical staff regarding all patients seen by Behavioral Health Consultant.
– Work closely with Providers at the site to identify at risk patients and collaboratively develop plans to prevent further psychological or physical deterioration.
– Crisis Intervention – Be immediately available to the Family Practice and Counseling Network staff during working hours in the event of any psychiatric emergency.
– Coordinate care of patients with medical/social work/outpatient and outreach staff to treat and manage patients’ chronic emotional and/or health struggles efficiently and effectively.
– Refer patients to other levels of care or additional services as needed.
– Participate in monthly clinical supervision with IBH Director.
– Participate in monthly clinical/administrative group supervision within Integrated Behavioral Health Department.
– Attend and participate in team meetings, case conferences and interdisciplinary work groups/huddles as scheduled within primary care/behavioral health departments.
– Ability and cooperation to provide Psych NP coverage at other clinic sites as needed and requested by Director.
– Maintain competencies in mental health as required by all licensing and funding entities; maintain PA license to practice.
– Charting – Utilize electronic medical record to document all patient interactions and complete all charting required by contracted funding sources to include assessments, progress notes and billing in a timely fashion.
– Productivity – Meet productivity standards as established by the corporation.
As a member of Family Practice and Counseling Network’s Multi-disciplinary Team, attend and participate in meetings and quality improvement activities as required.
– Respond to patient or co-worker complaints and work toward a positive resolution of any dispute.
– Serve as a member of site committees as requested.
– Participate in evaluation of peers and support staff when requested.
– Any other duties assigned by supervisor.
Family Practice and Counseling Network, a program of Resources for Human Development, is a network of community health centers providing comprehensive primary care, dental and behavioral health services. The Network consists of four health centers in Philadelphia – Abbottsford-Falls Family Practice & Counseling in the Northwest, the Stephen and Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Services of Drexel University in the North, the Health Annex in the Southwest, and Annex West Philly housed in Action Wellness (formerly Action AIDS); and a convenient care clinic in Philadelphia – Fast Family Care. Today the Network serves more than 23,000 patients annually and is an NCQA certified Patient-Centered Medical Home.
Join the Springpoint Family today:
- Great pay
- Amazing affordable benefit program
- Beautiful communities located in NJ and DE
- Active and engaging residents
- Sign-on bonuses at select communities*
*Contact Linda Duddy at email@example.com or 732-430-3670 for more details.
View PDF flyer for more details
Apply Today at springpointsl.org/careers/
NJ Best Ob/Gyn (www.njbestobgyn.com) has immediate openings for a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, Midwife, or Physician’s Assistant. New hire will be responsible for providing mainly Obstetric and Gynecological care in an obgyn office. Will work closely with physicians and other clinicians in a team approach to patient care. Also performs physical examinations, confers with patients in person and by phone/electronically, collaborates with others in the department to assure smooth flow of patient care consistent with established quality indicators and participates in the overall coordination of patient care. Other job duties include but are not limited to:
Responsibilities and Duties
- Evaluates women at all life stages by conducting comprehensive or episodic health assessment. Acute and/or chronic health problems that may include psycho social, cognitive and personal assets and limitations of the patient/family, with an emphasis on wellness.
- Health management during pregnancy- full scope of prenatal care including, preconception care, prenatal care and post pregnancy care.
- Provides adolescent health care
- Wellness Woman exams
- Breast Cancer screening and problem evaluation
- Pap smears, HPV screening
- Consults with supervising physician or other clinicians as dictated by patient need and assessment findings.
- Participates with physicians and other clinicians in the department to assure effective patient care consistent with quality indicators for patients cared for in the designated service.
- Reviews medical record for follow up or ordering of diagnostic studies under established protocols.
- Establishes effective working relationships with members of the health care team, patients, and families.
- Demonstrates knowledge of and applies safety principles as identified by the practice.
- Demonstrates a service philosophy in all interactions with patients, families, and all members of the health care team.
Qualifications and Skills
Masters in Nursing (NP), or PA completion certification and current NJ license
Job Types: Full-time, Contract
Pay: $85,000.00 – $115,000.00 per year
Interested applicants should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The rate is $55/hour for LPN and RN, and $35/hour for EMTs. They will be paid from the time that they leave their house to the time they arrive back home.
Email email@example.com if you are interested.
- NJ Department of Education Standard School Nurse Certificate required;
- CPR-AED Valid Health Care Provider and Professional Rescuer Certification required;
- Applicable experience in a school setting required;
- Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and time management skills required.
Salary: $75,000.00 (Commensurate with experience)
Central Jersey College Prep Charter School (“CJCP”) is a K-12 Public Charter School located in Somerset, NJ. The mission of CJCP is to provide academic and social challenges and opportunities for students to attain the skills necessary for success in post-secondary education. CJCP serves its mission by offering rigorous academic programs, college and career counseling, and extracurricular enrichment activities.
Job Types: Full-time, Contract
Please submit a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. We thank all applicants in advance. We will be contacting only those candidates invited for an interview.
Hunterdon Healthcare is looking for Nurse Interns! This is a great opportunity to sharpen your clinical skills and gain experience in the acute care setting!
Applicants must be:
Currently enrolled in RN program and have completed or will complete Nursing Fundamentals prior to start date.
Apply online at: https://www.hunterdonhealthcare.org/careers/
Lehigh Valley Health Network-Multi-Site Summer/Per-diem employment opportunity!
Begins: May 17, 2021
Orientation: 3-4 weeks
Includes: Focused RN observations, Phlebotomy, EKG training, and direct patient care.
Must have completed 2 semesters of clinical in an ADN, or BSN program.
Minimum of 3.0 GPA. Unofficial transcript & additional documentation may be required at time
Position posted on our website www.lvhn.org/careers
If you have questions, please contact Jane Harris,
610-402-1724 or Jane_A.Harris@lvhn.org
Imagine advancing your career while rewarding your heart.
Great Summer/Per Diem employment opportunity!
Orientation Begins May 17, 2021
Duties include: Bathing and ADLs, Patient observation
All Shifts—All Units—Multi Site
Requirements: Must have completed Fundamentals course in a live setting in an ADN or BSN program.
GPA 3.0 or higher
Apply online at www.lvhn.org/careers
Reach out to Jane Harris with questions 610-402-1724
Supervise and coordinate nursing personnel (and ancillary staff as needed) in accordance with current Federal, State and Local standards/regulations, OSHA and HIPAA guidelines. Must be an able leader in group situations and have a pleasant, friendly personality. Must be able to execute independent judgment in the absence of management.
Manage the well-being of our residents, including developing and initiating care plans, monitoring medication and vital signs, as well as providing direct care, as needed.
Assure that the highest degree of quality care is provided to our residents at all times.
Designate nursing assignments and set work schedules.
Must be proficient in PCC, Time and Attendance, and standard computer applications.
Interact with residents’ families and loved ones and report changes in their health or care plan.
Routinely interact with Physicians and other medical professionals
Must have an empathetic approach to the residents, families, and loved ones of St. Mary’s Villa and be able to ensure continuity of care by getting to know each resident, their needs and the best approach to their healthcare as a whole.
Must maintain current New Jersey RN nursing license
Medical benefits available
Interested applicants should contact Steven Jones, Administrator – email@example.com.
These are temporary positions (likely for up to one year) which will staff Rutgers University vaccination clinics both in Newark and New Brunswick.
– COVID Vaccination Clinical Leader
– COVID Vaccine Management Leader
– Assistant POD (Point of Dispensing) Manager
These jobs, and more, are available at jobs.rutgers.edu.
WORK AT WICO! Join us for our 100th Summer! Summer 2021 Health and Safety Plan
Founded in 1920, Camp Wicosuta is a traditional four-week sleep away camp for girls in Hebron, New Hampshire that offers two sessions. Our philosophy is based on providing the “3 C’s”: Confidence, Competence & Community. We teach these skills in a physically and emotionally safe community in which our campers are challenged to move past their self-set limits. We have approximately 300 campers and 180 staff in our community.
We are looking for nursing students, recent graduates and registered nurses for our health center team. Our health center is made up of a seasonal team of seven people: a head nurse, two general nurses, a medication nurse, two student nurses and a Nurse Practitioner. We work closely with our local pediatrician who sees campers regularly. This is a great opportunity for someone looking for hands on experience in a positive, fun and supportive environment.
A summer at Wico will change you. We’re a community that isn’t afraid to take safe risks and be ourselves. Oh yeah, we like to have fun too.
Wico Staff [why-cō · stăf] (n.) a Camp Wicosuta staff member.
1. you are self-motivated. 2. you love working with children. 3. you are adaptable and constantly driving positive change, but more importantly, you consistently like to have fun.
Bold (adj.) describes Wico Staff.
1. (of a person, action, or idea) the willingness to assume a role at Wicosuta and be a part of something different- something bigger. 2. the ability to impact others for the better. 3. not afraid of anything
Perks (n.) the good stuff you get for working hard.
1. If you work at Wicosuta, you also live at Wico (so no paying rent). We will feed you three meals a day (with lots of variety and snacks). 2. Getting dressed is easy-we provide you with 8+ Staff shirts, and your laundry is done for you (washed, dried, folded) once a week. 3. You will work alongside people from all over the world who will become lifelong friends. That means you will have a reason to visit (and free places to stay) different parts of the world when summer is over!
Scout (n.) you’re a recruiter, too.
1. Being part of the Wicosuta community opens up a network for you. Everyone in our community is a valued member of our family. 2. As someone in the Wico community, we’ll ask that you always keep your eye out for great talent to join our team. Consider yourself an extension of the recruiting team, scouting for the best people to join us at Wico!
If you would like to to set up a call or get more information about Wicosuta, please fill out our Summer 2021 Initial Application here.
Must be available June 10, 2021-August 16, 2021
To find out more about spending a summer working at Wico, visit our website at www.campwicosuta.com. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 914-946-0927 with questions.
Full-time and Per Diem, All Shifts – Competitive Rates
– Member Centers of Alaris Health consists of 15 skilled-nursing facilities located in Hudson, Essex, Bergen and Union Counties. Facilities range from primarily long-term care to subacute with complex medical acuities such as ventilator care, to a mixed acuity.
– New graduates are welcome to apply, will train.
– Nursing students who have completed Fundamentals of Nursing 1 may work as Patient Care Techs until licensed as RN.
– Growth opportunities! RN > Supervisor > Unit Manager > Assistant Director of Nursing > Director of Nursing > Regional Quality Assurance Nurse
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The Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research (IFH) Summer Research Internship Program is designed for undergraduate/graduate students interested in biomedical or social science research. This program is a 10- week internship opportunity for qualified students who would like to gain hands-on, guided and practical experience in a project related to the interdisciplinary areas of research at IFH while being introduced more holistically to research processes and possibilities. The primary goal of this summer internship program is to support junior scholars in a myriad of ways to further their research careers. While IFH represents a variety of research focuses, candidates interested in health disparities in diverse racial/ethnic populations are encouraged to apply.
Over the course of 10 weeks, you will:
- Gain hands-on research experience. This may include:
- Independent Research Project with the guidance of a faculty mentor
- Supporting existing institute research projects through the tasks of data collection, administrative support, community outreach, recruitment, and other related tasks.
- Attend a once a week seminar on various population health and research topics
- Attend periodic workshops focused on career development and professional skills
- Attend weekly journal club meetings to present on and discuss population health journal articles
Participation in this summer internship will culminate in a final presentation based on the individual’s topic of interest.
Participants are welcome to take additional summer classes and/or hold other employment during the program period. The expected time commitment per week is 20-30 hours. A $2000 stipend may be available for qualified applicants.
To be eligible for this summer internship, you must:
1.Be a graduate or undergraduate student in biomedical or social sciences;2.Be able to commit to 20-30 hours per week, with set meeting times Mondays and Wednesday from 12-2pm
To Apply: Please send the following materials to email@example.com by March 13th, 2021
- Resume or CV
- 1-page cover letter outlining why you are interested in research, your potential research interests and thoughts on what makes you a good candidate.
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JOB TITLE: Clinical Nurse
DIRECT REPORT TO: Clinical Manager
IN-DIRECT REPORT TO: Medical Director
JOB PURPOSE: Under the leadership of the Clinical Manager, and clinical guidance of the Medical Director, the Clinical Nurse will provide overall planning, quality assurance, supervision, and coordination of clinical care provided by clinical teams in the Clinical Departments. The Clinical Nurse will provide guidance and accountability by structuring the work effectively, defining goals, and objectives and ensure integration of services into the overall offerings of Clinical Departments. This position is expected to cultivate and sustain strong, collaborative working relationships with colleagues, staff, and other partners and/or units so that clients are provided a seamless health and wellness experience in the Clinical Departments. The Clinical Manager will identify, appropriately communicate, and resolve care delivery issues. The Clinical Nurse will collaborate with the Clinical Manager and Medical Director in long-range strategic planning for Primary Care. The Clinical Nurse will represent the Clinical Manager in their absence at all levels of responsibility. The Clinical Nurse will provide direct patient care, with emphasis on illness prevention, health education, and patient advocacy to improve overall quality of health for the individual and the NJCRI PC Community.
– Patient Care: Include clinical panel of patients, dedicated clinical schedule Monday to Friday consistent with practice team assignment
– Direct the daily activities of a designated clinical function to ensure that the business and clinical goals and objectives are achieved.
– Develops and implements policies and procedures, prepares and monitors the budget, and manages staff.
– Serves as the Clinica Manager in his/her absence.
Coordinates all medical services throughout the medical unit including referrals for additional services
– Manage the coordination and integration between the Medical and Behavioral Health Units
– Conducts educational and training activities for healthcare workers through instruction and dissemination of information on healthcare practices.
– Work with employee health in monitoring work-related exposures.
– Knowledge regarding infectious and communicable diseases prevention, treatment and reporting to state or local authorities
– Oversees all new and/or returned patients to the core medical services, primary medical, medical nutritional, substance abuse, mental health, and oral healthcare.
– Assist the primary care physicians, nurses, and other medical case managers by navigating the patient through the system, so they can establish linkages for their medical referrals.
– Working with the Outreach workers and patient navigator to provide continuum of care.
– Make certain all clinical patient flow are running smoothly; provide guidance and leadership where any bottlenecks may occur.
– Recommend and provide innovative ideas on the development and how to perfect the current patient flow within the medical unit.
– Conduct ongoing outreach efforts for inactive, hospitalized, or homebound patients.
– Network with key service providers and civic groups to make them aware of our services and facilitate linkages/referrals.
– Build the team to continue to conduct and perfect patient intakes, phlebotomy, and assessments of need(s), follow-ups and periodic re-evaluations of such.
– Document all services in accordance within the guideline of individual funding contracts and in the required data systems i.e. CHAMP, Electronic Medical Record, etc.
– Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) would include administering and collecting patient satisfaction surveys, chart review and EMR reports and outcomes-based internal evaluations for the department and the agency.
Perform evaluation and improvement of program and services.
– Coordinates staff meetings with the clinical staff, providers and management
– Coordinate and drive internal case conference/case review as needed.
– Conduct and participate with other service providers/agencies in case conferences, to enhance coordination of overall clinical matters.
– Foster and preserve a strong team spirit among program staff and volunteers.
– Enhance one’s professional abilities by attending in-service trainings and continuing educational opportunities that are directly and indirectly related to clinical services.
– Establish, build, and maintain a strong network within the service community.
– Advocate and promote self-efficacy for your patients.
– Attend all required trainings for position.
EDUCATION / MINIMUM REQUIREMENT:
– Registered Nurse with Associate or bachelor is in nursing and have four or more years’ experience providing direct services to those with HIV or those at risk for HIV. A HIV medical case management and /or other behavioral intervention certification is a plus but will be required to complete once the job begins
– Experience in interpersonal service delivery / HIV and non-HIV clinical experience is always preferred. Minimum of four or more years’ experience providing direct HIV and/or preventions services and/or a HIV medical case management certification.
– Ability to work closely with providers to resolve any medical issues.
– Solid HIV/AIDS/STI / Prevention basic knowledge.
– Basic medical knowledge of HIV/AIDS and primary care and treatment.
– Excellent interpersonal skills.
– Creative problem-solving skills can network within and outside the service community.
– Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to work effectively with different levels of staff and across disciplines.
– Behavioral Health background is a plus
– Culturally sensitive and knowledge about LGTBQ, homeless and vulnerable communities with high prevalence for social/psychological/substance abuse disparities.
– Level of exposure to community infectious diseases (e.g, Covid-19, etc)
– Bilingual Speaking (Spanish/English) is a plus
Email Awildar@njcri.org for more details
Job opportunities at Morristown Medical Center are available for the role of
Patient Safety Technician. Choose the shift you would like to work per diem: 7am-3pm, 3pm-11pm or 11pm-7am.
Minimum of 2 shifts per week
3 assigned holidays
Every other weekend
Provide ADLs as needed and protect patients from self-harm and elopement.
Must be able to make continuous patient rounds.
BLS certification preferred
High School Diploma/GED
Minimum Experience Required:
Good communication skills
Ability to prioritize
Must have recent patient care experience (such as clinical semester, Home Health Aide experience)
Apply at: Support Services Home – Atlantic Health Careers atlantichealth.org
(www.atlantichealth.org — click on “Careers”)
Home Instead offers unique benefits that includes:
– Flexible Schedule/Work Life Balance
– Competitive salary
– Paid Time Off
– Be a part of an award winning team! Home Instead was named “Forbes Best in NJ Employer 2020!
– Responsibilities include:
– Scheduling appointments with clients in their home or virtually
– Performing in-home initial client assessments and creating individualized care plans based on clients’ specific care needs
– Conducting follow-up in-home assessments at specified intervals
– Conducting periodic telephone/virtual care assessments
– Revising care plans as needed
– Supervising home care aides (CHHAs)
– Teaching and training the clinical portion of CAREGiver orientation/skills assessments
– Current Registered Nurse license in New Jersey or multiple state license (Compact State License)
– 2 years’ experience in home care, home health care, hospice, or community health organization
– Prior RN experience in home care or home health care preferred
– Must be self-motivated, organized, and willing to work with little direction
– Ability to work well in a collaborative team environment
– Has a valid driver’s license with a reliable vehicle, and willing to travel to the clients’ homes
Please contact Bob Schweidel at firstname.lastname@example.org
Long Island, is a 437-bed, not-for-profit hospital serving the community on the south shore
of Long Island in West Islip, New York. With a Level II ACS Certified Trauma Center for both
Adults and Pediatrics, STEMI Stroke center and separate Pediatric Emergency Department, our
reputation for excellence in emergency care nursing is built on great choices and empowered
leadership. Good Samaritan fosters a nursing team that is focused on evidence based practice,
continual learning and exceptional quality of care and we are proud to be ranked among the
top 25 hospitals in the state and the region by U.S. News & World Report.
Our Emergency Department offers the latest technology and combines collaborative
clinical practice with the latest scientific evidence to ensure the delivery of high quality nursing
care in a supportive and professional atmosphere.
Of approximately 90,000 patients seen annually in the Good Samaritan Emergency
Department, the Emergency Department RN will be responsible for the delivery of care to
patients assigned to his/her team. Through the nursing process of assessment, planning,
implementation and evaluation, you will be accountable for planning, delegating and
coordinating the nursing care while maintaining hospital standards in a holistic and patient
and family centered manner.
We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package including tuition assistance.
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Schedule/Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am – 3:45pm
General overview of duties: Support student success by providing healthcare through assessment, intervention, and follow-up for all children within the school setting, Address the physical, mental, emotional, and social health needs of students and support their achievement in the learning process.
Interested applicants should contact Staffing Coordinator Ashley Battista (email@example.com or 732-791-4076) or Recruiter Samantha Goldberg (firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-791-4067).
The Director is responsible for managing and guiding the outsourced partnerships that provide student and occupational health services to the NJIT community. The Director will have responsibility for staff, consultants, vendors, and hospital partners in an organization sufficient to accomplish the goals and objectives related to the provision of health services at NJIT. The incumbent will have an indirect reporting relationship with the Vice President for Human Resources and Dean of Students in the effectuation of their responsibilities. In addition, the Director will work closely with the Executive Director for Environmental Health and Safety, and other stakeholders to create and execute the policies and procedures of the Institutional Biosafety Committee, Institution Review Board, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee and other research endeavors where the health of the NJIT community is impacted.
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Assignments vary within Public & Non-Public Schools: Per Diem, full-time, part-time, & class trips.
School nursing experience is not mandatory nor is it required of you to have a substitute school nurse certificate.
If interested in maximizing opportunities with Delta T Group we highly recommend attaining the substitute school nurse certification in which we can help you obtain.
Delta T Group: About us
Our agency allows for you to hear about opportunities and choose assignments that best meet your availability.
When registered with us you are never obligated to accept assignments.
If you accept an assignment through us, you would provide services as an independent contractor: responsible for own taxes/benefits.
We also have a great referral bonus of $75.00 for every person you refer who renders a certain amount of hours under Delta T Group.
Ashley Battista, STAFFING COORDINATOR
1460 US Route 9 North 3rd Floor Suite 300, Woodbridge , NJ, 07095
Phone: 732-791-4076 Ext. 4076 Fax: 732-636-8024
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