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Augustana Chapel View Care Center is located in the small, friendly community of Hopkins, Minnesota, next door to two churches and an elementary school. We are seeking Registered Nurses (RN) with a passion and dedication to making a difference in the lives of our residents for part-time roles both during the day and evening weekend shifts. We do offer premium pay for weekend only nurses.

 

 Job Duties:  

  • Displays an attitude of courtesy and respect for all residents, families, and staff.
  • Functions as a team member with other staff in performance of duties.
  • Manages medications, supplies, and equipment including ordering, receiving, storing, and disposing of all items in accordance with policies and procedures.
  • Administers medications and/or treatments in accordance with physician's orders and monitors for effectiveness/response.
  • Implements individual plan of care for resident and monitors staff providing care.
  • Notifies nurse manager, attending physician, and family members of significant changes in a resident's condition, and takes follow up action as necessary.
  • Orders lab, x-ray, ambulance, and other services as necessary.
  • Receives, transcribes, and carries out physician's orders.
  • Participates in direct resident care as needed.
  • Admits, transfers, and discharges residents according to procedures.
  • Monitors nursing personnel on duty during the assigned shift.

Requirements:

  • Must be a Nurse in good standing and licensed in the State of Minnesota
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Able to work with all residents, visitors and employees in a team environment
  • Previous experience preferred, new grads welcome

We Offer:

Augustana Care offers competitive wages, including shift differential, and a generous benefit package including Medical, Dental, Vision, Long Term Insurance, 4013b retirement plan, PTO and more. 

About Augustana Chapel View:
Chapel View is known in the community for our dedication and quality of services. Chapel View is where aging men and women can live in dignity at the highest level of their abilities. We offer high quality 24-hour nursing care services for long-term and short-term care in an environment that administers to the body, mind, and spirit.  

Augustana Care is a 120 year old non-profit organization that provides senior housing, health care, and community based services to older generations and others in need and helps residents live the lives that most inspire them. 

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