Under the supervision of the Registered Nurse Supervisor, the Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for providing direct and indirect nursing care to assigned Redwood Coast PACE participants. Works in close coordination with the Redwood Coast PACE Primary Care Providers to manage ongoing care and complex clinical situations in the Day Center and Clinic as appropriate.
- Three (3) years of nursing experience with at least one (1) year working with a frail or elderly population, preferably with a background in public health nursing.
- Current Registered Nursing license by the California Board of Registered nursing, in good standing.
- Requires clearance of a DOJ and FBI criminal history background check, per-employment physical and PPD skin test.
- Must have a valid drivers license and reliable transportation.
- Conducts initial participant assessment and reassessments to identify overt problems or needs and sets nursing priorities. Keeps valid records of these assessments.
- Provides comprehensive nursing assessments for potential enrolee’s and submits documentations of assessment to the CAlifornia Department of Health Care Services (DHCS).
- Actively participates in daily morning and Interdisciplinary Team meetings to provide any updates or changes for each participant based on their conditions and needs.
- Consults with and educates participants, family members, and/or caregivers regarding the disease process, self-care techniques, prevention strategies, and medical interventions.
- Complies wiht all policies and procedures of Redwood Coast PACE.
- Demonstrates respect for and promotes participant rights and refers ethical issues to the Redwood Coast PACE Ethics Committee.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Monday-Friday, 8:30 A.M – 5:00 P.M.
- On-Call rotations weekdays, evenings, weekends, & holidays.
- Open to considering PT scheduling as an alternative.
Rate of Pay
- $33.74 – $43.57 Hourly, depending upon experience.