Registered Nurse (RN) #BD-82-08

Location: Missouri-St. Louis
Duration: Part Time
Job ID: BD-82-08 (23741560)
Contact: Megel Troupe    Call: 97390133622
Practice Type:   Hospital
Job Posted: 09/29/2022

Registered Nurse (RN) #BD-82-08 - BD-82-08 (23741560)

Adelphi is seeking to urgently recruit a Registered Nurse (RN) for a part-time (day shift) role in a school set up in St. Louis, MO. The days of work will be Wednesday and Thursday and the hours are to be negotiated with the facility.

Job Quick Facts:
• Ref #: BD-82-08
• Profession: Registered Nurse (RN)
• Experience: 0-3 years
• Location: St. Louis, MO
• Job Type: Part-time
• Start Date: September 19, 2022
• Schedule: Wednesday - Thursday (hours negotiable)

• Have an active state of Missouri license.
• American Heart Association or Red Cross CPR AED Certification.

• Provide physical examinations, perform nursing assessments, schedule sick calls and lab work
• Review all medical complaints, injury reports, and physicians’ orders.
• Maintain an ongoing awareness of youths' health care needs and coordinate the provision of services.
• Establish, review, monitor, and maintain medical and medication logs, reports, and files.
• Stay abreast of new developments, research, and treatment techniques that will meet the needs of youth.
• Teach and monitor the implementation of new information throughout the program.
• Obtain and maintain certification as American Red Cross and First Aid Instructor, HIV Counseling and Testing Certification.
• Conduct CPR and First Aid classes for youth and staff.
• Oversee and review the work and documentation of LPNs, nurse assistants, and other technical personnel.
• RN’s may provide public health services to members of a community such as assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation, and/or case management
• May oversee other RN’s on a shift.
• RN’s are accountable for incident reporting and investigation and observing the provision of medical care provided to patients by facility staff.
• Provide health care and hygiene instruction to youth, staff, and families, promoting health, prevention, and management of illness, injury, and special health needs.
• Dispense medications to youth.
• Transport and escort youth in everyday and emergency situations.