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  RN (Registered Nurse), BSN (Bachelors Prepared Nurse)

Pediatric Nursing, Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext)


  • Part time

  RN (Registered Nurse), BSN (Bachelors Prepared Nurse)

Pediatric Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses


Our client Thrive Skilled Pediatric Care  is seeking a dynamic Nurse Leader to join our team. In the role of  Clinical Supervisor , you will be responsible for managing all clinical ser...

  • Full time

$85000 / year

  NP (Nurse Practitioner)

Pediatric Nursing


Greeting Canadian recruitment network here in Canada, announce the ongoing recruitment opportunities in Queens health center 'Saskatchewan Canada. Kindly send your cv/resume immediately to w...

  • Full time

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse)

Pediatric Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses


Special Private Duty nurse for a special needs child - Day Shift This Opening is Immediate!! Must have: 1. Current VA license and CPR 3. Professional references 4. Background check includi...

  • Part time

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse)

Pediatric Nursing


Walter Reed NAtional Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) PEDIATRIC CLINIC   There is a full time opening for an experienced LVN / LPN for the ...

  • Full time

  RN (Registered Nurse), BSN (Bachelors Prepared Nurse)

Pediatric Nursing


Job Description   McKinley and Co is currently hiring qualified Registered Nurses (Rn's) and Licensed Practitioners Nurses (LPN's) to work in public schools across the Chicagola...

  • Full time

$$44 / hour

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse)

Pediatric Nursing


Job Description   McKinley and Co is currently hiring qualified Registered Nurses (Rn's) and Licensed Practitioners Nurses (LPN's) to work in public schools across the Chicagola...

  • Full time

$$35 / hour

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse), BSN (Bachelors Prepared Nurse)

Pediatric Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Primary Care Nursing


We are looking for a LPN/RN to help with clinical testing of one of our products (a noninvasive electronic stethoscope). This entails operating the device on 30 or so participants over the course o...

  • Per Diem

$35 / hour

  CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant), LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse), BSN (Bachelors Prepared Nurse), NP (Nurse Practitioner)

Pediatric Nursing


Camp Wa-Klo is an all girls and gender minorities, residential camp located in Dublin, New Hampshire. We have a small, dedicated nursing staff who oversees our 140 campers and 60 staff on a daily ...

  • Full time,  Part time

$$1,350+ doe / week

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse), BSN (Bachelors Prepared Nurse), NP (Nurse Practitioner)

Pediatric Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Primary Care Nursing


Camp Wa-Klo is an all girls camp located in Dublin, New Hampshire. We are looking for someone to work from July 25- August 20 or any weeks during that time frame. Salay starts at $1,350 depending ...

  • Full time,  Part time

$$1,350+ doe / week

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Clinical PICU Nurse ,
24-01-2023
RN Supervisor - Pediatric Home Health ,
10-01-2023
Our client Thrive Skilled Pediatric Care is seeking a dynamic Nurse Leader to join our team. In the role of Clinical Supervisor, you will be responsible for managing all clinical services provided to clients as well as the education, training, and supervision of our nurses in the field.

$3,000 Sign on Bonus!! 

Work Schedule: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm with two day field/home office hybrid role after training. 
On-Call: every other week/weekend or every 3rd weekend

Quaterly/Annual Bonus Structure added to base salary
 
 On Call Coverage: every other week/weekend or every 3rd weekend
 On Call Pay: $125.00 week of coverage

Cell Phone Stiffen: Own Cell phone, Will transition to company cell phone. Elevate privacy app provided .

Requirements:
• An active unrestricted Registered Nurse (RN) license.
• At least one-year of experience as an RN within the last 36 months. PDN experience preferred.
• Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks of critical importance simultaneously, while maintaining a professional and friendly demeanor.
• Familiarity with electronic charting and review to ensure accurate and timely submission of documentation.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Interviewing, education, training, performance management, and field supervision of  clinical team members.
• Client triage, including admissions, recertifications, and discharges.
• Working with clients, Clinical Director, and others on the care team to create high quality individualized Plans of Care.
• Review documentation submissions for accuracy, to improve quality, and to ensure authorization for services goes uninterrupted. 
• Conduct home and/or hospital visits.

About Thrive Skilled Pediatric Care
Thrive Skilled Pediatric Care provides care to children who most need it, in the place that is best for them and their families – their home. We offer a full range of clinical home care services and work collaboratively to ensure our patients receive the highest quality care for the best possible outcomes. Thrive SPC team members work in a rewarding, supportive and values-driven environment, with comprehensive benefits and best-in-class development programs designed to advance their careers.

For more information about Thrive SPC, visit our website at
www.thrivespc.com.
Nurse Practitioner ,
4-11-2022
Greeting


Canadian recruitment network here in Canada, announce the ongoing recruitment opportunities in Queens health center 'Saskatchewan Canada.

Kindly send your cv/resume immediately to works@torontomail.com  if you’re interested to work with Queens health center 'Saskatchewan Canada.

Mr. Ryan Markle
Recruitment Department
CANADIAN RECRUITMENT NETWORK 
Email: works@torontomail.com 
Address :2140 Hamilton Street
Regina, SK 
S4P 2E3
A Special Nurse is needed for a Special Child ,
7-10-2022
Special Private Duty nurse for a special needs child - Day Shift
This Opening is Immediate!!
Must have:
1. Current VA license and CPR
3. Professional references
4. Background check including your driving record
5. Ability to work well with families in their homes
6. Record of reliability.
Big Plus:
1. Pediatric experience or work with special needs children
2. Tube feeding with and without enteral pumps
3. Able to lift and position a child, weight about 30 pounds.
4. Enjoy working with children. Special children need special nurses.
 
LPN / LVN Want to work at Walter Reed?! ,
28-09-2022

Walter Reed NAtional Military Medical Center (WRNMMC)

Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) PEDIATRIC CLINIC

 

There is a full time opening for an experienced LVN / LPN for the Pediatric outpatient clinic!

 

WRMMC:

  • “Nation’s Medical Center”
  • Largest US Military Center
  • Over 100 Clinic & Specialties
  • Professional growth
  • Committed Support Staff

Job Opportunities:

  • Clinic open: 6:30am – 5:30pm Monday-Friday

Position Schedule:

  • 40 hours/week
  • Monday - Friday only
  • No on-call requirements!
  • Closed Weekends & federal holidays
Hiring RNs! ,
14-09-2022
Job Description
 
McKinley and Co is currently hiring qualified Registered Nurses (Rn's) and Licensed Practitioners Nurses (LPN's) to work in public schools across the Chicagoland area with students! Paid training.
IMMEDIATE HIRING!

Position Summary
Your primary responsibility will be to provide health services to students when they are at school. For example, you'll treat injuries and mild to acute sicknesses, or support students with chronic illnesses. You'll also help with preventive care by educating students on how to avoid communicable diseases and having proper hygiene.

Responsibilities
  • Provide basic healthcare to students in case of injury or acute illness
  • Develop health plans for students with chronic illnesses and disabilities
  • Educate students and staff on healthy habits, such as proper nutrition and hygiene
  • Detect health problems in early stages through regular screenings
  • Keep track of students' vaccination records
  • Update students' medical history
  • Ensure school environment is safe for children and school staff (e.g. prevention of communicable diseases)
  • Write referrals for pediatricians and other health specialists
  • Ensure compliance with national and local health laws
Required Qualifications:
  • IL Nursing License
  • CPR/BLS Certification
  • Current TB test (skin, blood, chest x-ray)
  • Full COVID Vaccination record
  • The desire to work with children in a school setting
Experience required:
  • Must have 6 months or more of *direct patient care experience* within the last (3) years or in one or more of the following areas.
  • Care: Note: Must be comfortable with Carb Counting/ Insulin Administration using insulin pens or syringes School age children are recently diagnosed so they need guidance, supervision, and teaching while servicing and will have different levels of diabetes education and may be recently diagnosed.
  • Diabetic Pumps: Note: Must be comfortable with servicing diabetics with Pumps & or CGMs.
  • Gtube Services
  • Catheterization Services
  • Seizure Precaution
  • Tracheostomy (Trach) Services
  • Diastat Administration
  • Medication Administration
  • First Aid
  • Children on ventilators
Required to wear FITTED MASK in school while servicing students.
VACCINATION EXCEPTIONS: Medical Exemption is approved per School if a Physician letter is submitted or Religious Letter is also accepted and must be written out stating their request is based on their sincere beliefs and are agreeing to test weekly on your own and submit results weekly. Failure to submit negative weekly test results will result in termination per School mandate

Additional Information
  • 6 in a half hour shifts, approximate school hours ~8:00am-3:00pm
  • Days: Monday through Friday, no holidays or weekends
  • Target Start Date: ASAP
  • Temporary full School Year Opportunity
  • 6 months to 1 year RN/LPN experience (clinicals do not count towards experience
LPN’s-$35 per hour
RN’s-$44 per hour
Hiring LPNs ,
14-09-2022
Job Description
 
McKinley and Co is currently hiring qualified Registered Nurses (Rn's) and Licensed Practitioners Nurses (LPN's) to work in public schools across the Chicagoland area with students! Paid training.
IMMEDIATE HIRING!

Position Summary
Your primary responsibility will be to provide health services to students when they are at school. For example, you'll treat injuries and mild to acute sicknesses, or support students with chronic illnesses. You'll also help with preventive care by educating students on how to avoid communicable diseases and having proper hygiene.

Responsibilities
  • Provide basic healthcare to students in case of injury or acute illness
  • Develop health plans for students with chronic illnesses and disabilities
  • Educate students and staff on healthy habits, such as proper nutrition and hygiene
  • Detect health problems in early stages through regular screenings
  • Keep track of students' vaccination records
  • Update students' medical history
  • Ensure school environment is safe for children and school staff (e.g. prevention of communicable diseases)
  • Write referrals for pediatricians and other health specialists
  • Ensure compliance with national and local health laws
Required Qualifications:
  • IL Nursing License
  • CPR/BLS Certification
  • Current TB test (skin, blood, chest x-ray)
  • Full COVID Vaccination record
  • The desire to work with children in a school setting
Experience required:
  • Must have 6 months or more of *direct patient care experience* within the last (3) years or in one or more of the following areas.
  • Care: Note: Must be comfortable with Carb Counting/ Insulin Administration using insulin pens or syringes School age children are recently diagnosed so they need guidance, supervision, and teaching while servicing and will have different levels of diabetes education and may be recently diagnosed.
  • Diabetic Pumps: Note: Must be comfortable with servicing diabetics with Pumps & or CGMs.
  • Gtube Services
  • Catheterization Services
  • Seizure Precaution
  • Tracheostomy (Trach) Services
  • Diastat Administration
  • Medication Administration
  • First Aid
  • Children on ventilators
Required to wear FITTED MASK in school while servicing students.
VACCINATION EXCEPTIONS: Medical Exemption is approved per School if a Physician letter is submitted or Religious Letter is also accepted and must be written out stating their request is based on their sincere beliefs and are agreeing to test weekly on your own and submit results weekly. Failure to submit negative weekly test results will result in termination per School mandate

Additional Information
  • 6 in a half hour shifts, approximate school hours ~8:00am-3:00pm
  • Days: Monday through Friday, no holidays or weekends
  • Target Start Date: ASAP
  • Temporary full School Year Opportunity
  • 6 months to 1 year RN/LPN experience (clinicals do not count towards experience
LPN’s-$35 per hour
RN’s-$44 per hour
Looking for LPN/RN in Bay Area to help with product testing ,
2-08-2022
We are looking for a LPN/RN to help with clinical testing of one of our products (a noninvasive electronic stethoscope). This entails operating the device on 30 or so participants over the course of 3 days. This job would require you to travel to our headquarters in Oakland. 
Camp Nurse Needed- New Hampshire ,
24-07-2022

Camp Wa-Klo is an all girls and gender minorities, residential camp located in Dublin, New Hampshire. We have a small, dedicated nursing staff who oversees our 140 campers and 60 staff on a daily basis. We are looking for someone to cover July 25- August 20, or work any combination of weeks therein. Starting salary is $1,350 and includes room & board.

Being the camp nurse is an active part in what we strive to be as a camp. It includes the promotion of good health, prevention of injuries as well as monitoring health and cleanliness standards pertaining to camp and the facilities while being responsible for the care of ill or injured campers and staff.
● Maintain an active nursing license in the State of New Hampshire with up to date
BLS/CPR certification. Additional certifications preferred. Be able to provide such
documentation.
● Experience in emergency, trauma or pediatric/school nursing preferred.
Direct Health Responsibilities:
● Ensure each staff member and camper has a clear and accurate health record on file
including a health history and examination form, as required. Discuss with staff any
pertinent camper health information, and make recommendations for the following
summer season as needed.
● Ability to keep neat and orderly records of all care rendered, including injuries, over the
counter medicine, first aid, communication with parents or licensed independent
providers from off camp facilities.
● Take initiative, be self-sufficient and have the ability to recognize when a higher level of
care is necessary and be able to provide stabilizing care until a higher level is reached.
Keep staff and parents up to date on current information and status.
● Understanding of baseline and normal stages of health, growth and development.
● Maintain the confidentiality of campers and staffs with regards to health history
● Provide emotional support, an open and safe place for staff and campers to go to when
necessary to discuss various physical and emotional needs. This includes but is not
limited to some good old-fashioned TLC when homesickness kicks in.
● Be on-site for check-in of staff and campers to provide baseline health screening, head
check, review health histories and other medical forms.
● Establish and maintain open lines of communication for staff and leadership regarding
the health and well-being of campers and staff.
● Make appointments, when necessary, with medical/dental/specialty offices in the local
community and follow up as needed.
● Maintain a list of staff and campers who are on trips including medication administration
while out of camp, providing and maintaining first aid kits and instruction for needs
while away from direct nursing supervision.
● Makes sure that all medications brought to camp are checked for accuracy and expiration
and are locked in the Pill Box and dispensed under the nurse’s care. Keeps record of pills
administered to whom and when they are given.
● Keep accident/incident reports that can be used for risk-management assessment.
● Be a medical resource that would bridge the gap between basic medical knowledge and
calling 911.
● Conduct inventory of supplies and medications and place orders when necessary,
ensuring timely arrival of supplies. Keep the infirmary clean and organized.

Other Qualifications
● Enjoy working with kids
● Hard-working, enthusiastic and committed to the safety and well- being of campers
● Adaptable and comfortable living in a camp setting and interacting positively with other
camp staff.
● Good communicator with campers, staff and parents.
● Friendly, happy, with a good sense of humor (laughter can be the best medicine) as well
as a little TLC!
● Must be FLEXIBLE and accommodating to the changes in camps schedule
● Be able to laugh, be ready for anything and most importantly HAVE FUN!!!

Summer Camp Nurse (RN & LPN) ,
24-07-2022

Camp Wa-Klo is an all girls camp located in Dublin, New Hampshire. We are looking for someone to work from July 25- August 20 or any weeks during that time frame. Salay starts at $1,350 depending on experience and includes room & board. You must have a valid New Hampshire nursing licesnse to work, and camp will reinburse you if you need to transfer yours. If you like working in a small dedicated team, being in the great outdoors, being flexiable and providing care for youth than this is the place for you! 

Being the camp nurse is an active part in what we strive to be as a camp. It includes the promotion of good health, prevention of injuries as well as monitoring health and cleanliness standards pertaining to camp and the facilities while being responsible for the care of ill or injured campers and staff.
● Maintain an active nursing license in the State of New Hampshire with up to date
BLS/CPR certification. Additional certifications preferred. Be able to provide such
documentation.
● Experience in emergency, trauma or pediatric/school nursing preferred.
Direct Health Responsibilities:
● Ensure each staff member and camper has a clear and accurate health record on file
including a health history and examination form, as required. Discuss with staff any
pertinent camper health information, and make recommendations for the following
summer season as needed.
● Ability to keep neat and orderly records of all care rendered, including injuries, over the
counter medicine, first aid, communication with parents or licensed independent
providers from off camp facilities.
● Take initiative, be self-sufficient and have the ability to recognize when a higher level of
care is necessary and be able to provide stabilizing care until a higher level is reached.
Keep staff and parents up to date on current information and status.
● Understanding of baseline and normal stages of health, growth and development.
● Maintain the confidentiality of campers and staffs with regards to health history
● Provide emotional support, an open and safe place for staff and campers to go to when
necessary to discuss various physical and emotional needs. This includes but is not
limited to some good old-fashioned TLC when homesickness kicks in.
● Be on-site for check-in of staff and campers to provide baseline health screening, head
check, review health histories and other medical forms.
● Establish and maintain open lines of communication for staff and leadership regarding
the health and well-being of campers and staff.
● Make appointments, when necessary, with medical/dental/specialty offices in the local
community and follow up as needed.
● Maintain a list of staff and campers who are on trips including medication administration
while out of camp, providing and maintaining first aid kits and instruction for needs
while away from direct nursing supervision.
● Makes sure that all medications brought to camp are checked for accuracy and expiration
and are locked in the Pill Box and dispensed under the nurse’s care. Keeps record of pills
administered to whom and when they are given.
● Keep accident/incident reports that can be used for risk-management assessment.
● Be a medical resource that would bridge the gap between basic medical knowledge and
calling 911.
● Conduct inventory of supplies and medications and place orders when necessary,
ensuring timely arrival of supplies. Keep the infirmary clean and organized.

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