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Registered Nurse RNs, PTs, OT, SLP, CNA/HHAs - Home Care in Trumbull, CT at Visiting Nurse Services of Connecticut

Date Posted: 11/6/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-time
  • Location:
    Trumbull, CT
  • Date Posted:
    11/6/2018

Job Description

Job Title: Registered Nurse RNs, PTs, OT, SLP, CNA/HHAs - Home Care 

City: Trumbull / State: Connecticut                                                   


Company Overview:


VNS of Connecticut...

Summary of Duties

Bring your HEART to Home Health Care and join our patient-centered teams!

Community health opportunities in Stamford/Norwalk/Bridgeport Fairfield County areas:  experienced RNs, PTs, OTs, SLP, CNA/HHA - full/part time, per visit, per diem, weekends.

 

Qualifications

Clinically licensed/certified in State of CT.

Education & Training: Graduate of a National League of Nursing accredited program with a diploma or Associate’s Degree in Nursing.  Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing preferred.

License/Certification: current Connecticut RN license, or eligible for RN license in the State of Connecticut, or current temporary RN permit.

Experience: Medical/Surgical experience or specialty area, if applicable, preferred. Experience in Home Health Care or Public Health Nursing preferred.

 Skills: Basic clinical nursing skills. Experience in physical and psychosocial assessment. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong organizational skills. Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to effectively interact with patients, families, physicians and co-workers. Ability to deal effectively with stress and ability to exercise independent judgment.

Valid motor vehicle operators license, reliable personal automobile during business hours, and active automobile insurance coverage.

Available to rotate weekends, holidays, and after-hour coverage as required, to meet patient care needs.

Essential Functions



Environmental Conditions

Occupational Exposure Risk Category A is described as: Exposure to blood, body tissue or fluids working with patients with a wide range of medical problems. Exposure to other hazardous materials such as chemicals, in the treatment of patients. Exposure to sudden fluctuations in temperature and to seasonal conditions in outside weather in the course of traveling to and from patient homes. Exposure to dust and pets in patient homes. Average office environment with normal equipment noise and use of computers and other modern office equipment and technology.

 

Job Requirements