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  CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant)

Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses


Seeking CNA's, HHA's, RN's and LPN's for private duty. Our clients are receive one on one personal care either in their home or at a facility. They need help with ADL's, IDL'...

  • Full time,  Part time,  Per Diem

$$12-$50 / hour

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse)

Nursing Home Care


SUMMARY:   Performs medical and health related task designed to ensure the health and safety of people served by NCFL.   CLASSIFICATION:         ...

  • Full time

Safety Verifications:

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Hospice Nursing, Nursing Home Care


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: include the following but are not limited to the job specifications contained herein. Additional duties or job functions that can be performed safely may be required as deeme...

  • Full time

Safety Verifications:

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Critical Care Nursing


RN/LPN needed who must have Trach, G-tube, Vent, Oxygen and Hoyer lift knowledge and experience with this gentlemen. Our client was a construction worker who had been infected with West Nile Virus ...

  • Full time

$$21-$28 / hour

  CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant)

Medical-Surgical Nursing


Cool Job

  • Full time

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

Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Maternal Health Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Hospice Nursing


This will be IMR’s 2nd visit to Honduras, a country known for its natural beauty and extreme poverty, with more than 50% of the population destitute. Major risk factors include high unemploy...

  • Per Diem

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

Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Maternal Health Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Hospice Nursing


Come and join the IMR team as we continue our work with our Trinidadian and Tobagonian partners to help improve the quality of life for this incredible nation. Upon arrival, the locals will proudl...

  • Per Diem

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

Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Maternal Health Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Hospice Nursing


Imagine waking up surrounded by 3 volcanoes with the smell of pan (bread) baking in old ovens and the song of the local birds as they welcome the sunrise.  If that's what you are imaginin...

  • Per Diem

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

Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Maternal Health Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Hospice Nursing


Participate in a truly ‘Out Of Africa’ experience.  You will bring needed aid to those living in disadvantaged situations without access to medical and dental care. The shining fa...

  • Per Diem

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

Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Maternal Health Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Geriatric Nursing


This beautiful trip starts and ends in Pucallpa, Peru.  Located on the Ucayali River in eastern Peru, Pucallpa is a place that few tourists go but they are missing out! Sloths and monkeys abo...

  • Per Diem

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Compassionate Nursing Services ,
15-01-2020
Seeking CNA's, HHA's, RN's and LPN's for private duty. Our clients are receive one on one personal care either in their home or at a facility. They need help with ADL's, IDL's, housekeeping, running errands, cooking, companionship, showers and baths. We at Compassionate Nursing Services strive to provide excellent care to allow our clients to remain in their home or give them the assistance they need at a facility to live a happy and healthy life. 
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) ,
14-01-2020

SUMMARY:  Performs medical and health related task designed to ensure the health and safety of people served by NCFL.
 
CLASSIFICATION:                                    Exempt
 
CATEGORY OF EMPLOYMENT:             Full Time
 
HOURS:                                   Minimum 40 hours Base Hours:
                                                         8:30 am to 5:30 pm
 
LOCATION: We are conveniently located in Rochelle Park in Bergen County, New Jersey (near Paramus and Hackensack). We currently operate 12 Group Homes, located in Bergen and Passaic Counties as well as our Achievement Center located in Rochelle Park.

SUPERVISOR:                        Director of Residential Program
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: include the following but are not limited to the job specifications contained herein. Additional duties or job functions that can be performed safely may be required as deemed necessary by supervisory personnel. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
 

  • Oversees the correct dispensing of medication by checking MAR’s, medications and prescriptions at each residence and at day program.
  • Provide ADL care, transportation, and community outings as needed.
  • Assist with the maintenance of medication books, house log books, etc. to ensure program compliance with all regulations.
  • Ensure medications, medical and safety supplies are ordered and available as needed.
  • Follow admission and discharge requirements for hospitalized individuals.
  • Provide training to both staff and individuals served in relevant areas (i.e. health, hygiene, safety, diet, etc.)
  • Attend staff meetings.
  • Provide coverage at day program or other residential programs as needed.
  • Ensures safety standards and infection control protocols are followed.
  • Applies knowledge of illnesses and injuries in assessing the needs for further medical care.
  • Consults and advocates with other medical professionals and attends IHP’s as needed.
  • Provides efficient patient and care and handles critical situations in a timely and safe manner.
  • Performs and documents monthly assessments of each individual’s vital signs to address health care concerns.
  • Documents and communicates information to other staff and supervisors.
  • Demonstrates good clinical and ethical judgement in the performance of duties and respects the dignity and confidentiality of the individuals we serve.
  • Conduct agency training, including medication and diabetes and seizure, per State requirements.
  • Some travel required between Achievement Center, Administration and Group Homes.
  • Ability to work rotating, on-call schedule.
 
QUALIFICATIONS:
Successful candidates will be able to meet the qualifications below with or without a reasonable accommodation.
 
COMPETENCIES:
Professional Responsibility, Accountability, Ethical Practice, Knowledge-Based Practice, Conflict Resolution Skills, Communicative Skills, Problem Solving, Flexibility.
 
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
  • Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing with a current State of New Jersey LPN License.
  • BSN college degree preferred.
  • 3-5 years’ experience.
  • Valid driver’s license.
  • Reliable transportation and be insurable and able to pass background screening.
  • Demonstrated ability to assist others in obtaining the knowledge and abilities to monitor and address the needs of the individuals we serve.
  • Should possess or have the ability to obtain the Nurse Practitioner/Nurse Liability Insurance, reimbursable by NCFL.

 
 
WORK ENVIRONMENT: This job operates within the residential homes and day program of NCFL.


PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Employees are required to hear and talk; they must read and write English. This position is very active and requires the ability to drive, stand, walk, bend, kneel, stoop, crouch, or climb. Employees must often lift over 50 pounds and must have the ability to perform FA, CPR, and Crisis Intervention Techniques.
 

Registered Nurse RN ,
13-01-2020
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: include the following but are not limited to the job specifications contained herein. Additional duties or job functions that can be performed safely may be required as deemed necessary by supervisory personnel. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
 
  • Oversees the correct dispensing of medication by checking MAR’s, medications and prescriptions at each residence and at day program.
  • Provide ADL care, transportation, and community outings as needed.
  • Assist with the maintenance of medication books, house log books, etc. to ensure program compliance with all regulations.
  • Ensure medications, medical and safety supplies are ordered and available as needed.
  • Follow admission and discharge requirements for hospitalized individuals.
  • Provide training to both staff and individuals served in relevant areas (i.e. health, hygiene, safety, diet, etc.)
  • Attend staff meetings.
  • Provide coverage at day program or other residential programs as needed.
  • Ensures safety standards and infection control protocols are followed.
  • Applies knowledge of illnesses and injuries in assessing the needs for further medical care.
  • Consults and advocates with other medical professionals and attends IHP’s as needed.
  • Provides efficient patient and care and handles critical situations in a timely and safe manner.
  • Performs and documents monthly assessments of each individual’s vital signs to address health care concerns.
  • Documents and communicates information to other staff and supervisors.
  • Demonstrates good clinical and ethical judgement in the performance of duties and respects the dignity and confidentiality of the individuals we serve.
  • Conduct agency training, including medication and diabetes and seizure, per State requirements.
  • Some travel required between Achievement Center, Administration and Group Homes.
  • Ability to work rotating, on-call schedule.
 
QUALIFICATIONS:
Successful candidates will be able to meet the qualifications below with or without a reasonable accommodation.
 
COMPETENCIES:
Professional Responsibility, Accountability, Ethical Practice, Knowledge-Based Practice, Conflict Resolution Skills, Communicative Skills, Problem Solving, Flexibility.
 
RN/LPN ,
13-01-2020
RN/LPN needed who must have Trach, G-tube, Vent, Oxygen and Hoyer lift knowledge and experience with this gentlemen. Our client was a construction worker who had been infected with West Nile Virus and had become paralyized. He is needing care in his home. 
test nursing job ,
10-01-2020
Cool Job
Honduras 7-14, 2019 ,
14-11-2019
This will be IMR’s 2nd visit to Honduras, a country known for its natural beauty and extreme poverty, with more than 50% of the population destitute. Major risk factors include high unemployment and inadequate public education. Many schools have up to 80 children in a classroom with one teacher. Of all the children entering 1st grade, only 30% are still in school by 6th grade and only 8% continue to the university level. Health care is almost nonexistent in the rural areas of the country where your IMR team will work. The towns where we will care for patients have a high prevalence of diseases transferred by mosquitoes such as malaria, dengue, and recently chikungunya, especially during the months right after rainy season. Due to the lack of clean water and sanitation methods diseases such as skin rashes/ infections, ear, eyes, nose and throat infections, respiratory infections, influenza, heartworm, and diarrhea are seen daily in adults and children. Oral hygiene is nonexistent and dental care is of critical importance. These are health issues you can significantly impact through excellent patient care and health education. Please join us!
 
There is one doctor for this town and the surrounding communities and most of the provided services for care require payment for services. Patients, seen on a walk-in basis, start lining up at 4 am. If they are not among the first in line, they will probably not be seen that day. The small hospital in the area also has small resources, is a car ride away, and is for private pay patients only. Your IMR team is their hope for the health of the children in this town. The radio, posters, and word of mouth will all be used to tell everyone that we are there. However, the town has determined that the real way to spread the news is through the school children. Every school child will receive a letter to take home, outlining the day and location of our team. The churches will announce our visit and ensure that even the homebound know that we will come to them. Home visits are some of the best medicine we provide and some of the most fun for our team! Expect a crowd; there will be no shortage of patients here. Doctors, dentists, nurses, EMS, counselors, and non-medical staff are all needed; OB-GYNs, Dermatologists, Pediatricians, and Pediatric Dentists are in especially high demand. The local doctor is fully supportive of our visit and will collaborate with us to care for those patients with chronic illness such as hypertension and diabetes.
IMR Trinidad and Tobago Nov 1-8,2019 ,
3-10-2019
Come and join the IMR team as we continue our work with our Trinidadian and Tobagonian partners to help improve the quality of life for this incredible nation. Upon arrival, the locals will proudly welcome you with their bright, Caribbean spirit. During your visit, you will enjoy authentic cuisine that is comparable to Creole, but made with local, bold spices. 

While both islands are known for their magnificent beaches and mountain views, Trinidad’s is home to boisterous carnivals and calypso music while the smaller Tobago boasts a Forest Reserve that provides a haven for many species of bird. No matter which island you are one, you can embark on incredible snorkeling trips, see old pirate bays, and explore sunken ships and reefs.
In Trinidad and Tobago, there are not enough healthcare providers or facilities to serve the population.  While the island does have health centers, many are understaffed and undersupplied and although though most of the existing healthcare services are free, patients are frequently unable to obtain care, even on an emergency basis. To help provide quality medical care to all citizens, IMR sends volunteers to remote areas of the country to provide quality health care and medical services. Our mobile clinics offer assistance to children, women, families, the elderly, and other in-need populations.  

You and the rest of the volunteer team will educate locals on how to stay healthy and how to care for their loved ones. Together, we will treat a wide variety of acute and chronic illnesses including dengue fever, hepatitis, malaria, pneumonia, and digestive diseases. However, one of the major focuses of this mission is dentistry. Because all community members are encouraged to attend, demand for dental care will be high. Another focus of this mission is women’s healthcare. We will provide general women’s and infant care, as well as strengthen the knowledge and skills of the local midwives. We expect a high patient load in the highly populated slum communities we will be serving in. With 1.2 million people and a population density of 266 per sq. km, and only 1 doctor per 1,000 people, our services are needed!
 
Our patients are the highlight of every IMR mission!  Quality of life has been compromised for many island residents, but Hypertension, Diabetes, TB, and HIV are treatable, and you will be directly responsible for positively changing the lives of these patients! 

While the most rewarding aspect of this trip will be caring for the people of Trinidad and Tobago, your team will also have the opportunity to visit some of the country’s top destinations. Since this is one of the most beautiful places in the world, you will experience mouth-watering cuisine, stunning white-sand beaches, and local marine life.  
Guatemala Oct 5-12, 2019 ,
5-09-2019
Imagine waking up surrounded by 3 volcanoes with the smell of pan (bread) baking in old ovens and the song of the local birds as they welcome the sunrise.  If that's what you are imagining, you must be in La Antigua, a small city in south central Guatemala known for its colonial and Spanish baroque architecture, active and dormant volcanoes, multicolored buildings, secret doorways and warm people. It has also been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is where you will be based during the week as you travel out to areas where medical care is scarce and dental care is almost non-existent.  Please join us as we care for the people of Antigua, many of whom suffered greatly during the 2018 volcanic eruptions that left many families without their loved ones and  villages covered in ash.
 
Clinics will take place in the beautiful valleys around La Antigua and in schools and orphanages near the city.  Many of your patients will come from the indigenous tribes in the areas; others will have been greatly affected by the most volcano and those in the not so distant past.  This area has seen great hardship and great loss and your team will make a tremendous difference in your patient's life.  You will have the opportunity to provide medical care, dental care, and health and hygiene education to hundreds of patients during the week - are you up for the challenge?  Your reward will be the hugs and laughter of the children and the shy smiles of their parents as they thank you for caring enough to help their families.
 
The team will be staying in a simple, safe, clean and friendly hotel located in this beautiful city where you can enjoy the local food, music, and an array of shops.   Tour the Chocolate Museum, where you will learn how to make chocolate from the bean! Everything is within walking distance and the city is full of color, wonderful smells, and amazing food. . The culture of Guatemala will come alive as you explore the city after clinic and during your day off. 

Upon your arrival in Antigua, all  transportation to clinic has been arranged for you.  Professional drivers, safe vehicles, and security are some of the many reasons to join IMR on a trip.  Don't nap - there's a lot to see in the valleys and hills surrounding your home away from home this week!  
Kenya October 4-12, 2019 ,
28-08-2019
Participate in a truly ‘Out Of Africa’ experience.  You will bring needed aid to those living in disadvantaged situations without access to medical and dental care. The shining faces of children will fill you with delight upon your arrival as you bring much needed aid to those without access to medical services. Venture into their hearts and experience the rich Kenyan culture while caring for them and bringing them hope and inspiration. This premier opportunity will allow volunteers to see every facet of life that Kenya has to offer from the orphanages and informal settlements to the villages and game parks. During this trip you will enjoy a one-day safari and see the world famous Big 5 of Kenya!
 
International Medical Relief continues to make a difference in Kenya as we return to aid survivors in this land of continued healthcare peril. There is a desperate need for more comprehensive health care that includes education. Diseases spread quickly here and quickly become unmanageable. Our clinic camps will be set up exclusively for the IMR team and the entire community will come out to be a part of the clinic. You can expect to see infections of every type, snake bites and wounds, some chronic, others quite acute, and the hypertension and diabetes that plagues the world today.  Diagnosis, treatment, and education are equally important in this environment.
 
Your accommodations will be safe and comfortable, with individual beds for each team member.  The excellent food, service, and amenities will all help you to recharge and get ready for the day ahead.  Transportation will be equally comfortable, with professional drivers, safe vehicles, and plenty to see out the window!  Don't forget to look for the zebra herds!!
 
The families will stay with you long after this trip ends.  Multi-generational but often missing one entire generation in the middle with HIV/AIDS a common cause of the devastation the missing generation means to the family before you.  Grandmothers will bring their grandchildren for your recommendations and expertise; young girls will bring their babies for you to do the same.  You'll see many unforgettable  things on this trip. 

SAFARI INCLUDED! After an arduous clinic schedule the team will see up close some of the world’s most amazing animals. On your safari, you will witness the harmony of numerous species of wildlife rarely found in any large quantity anywhere but Kenya. See the abundant wildlife first hand that has made Kenya the leader for adventure wildlife seekers and renowned photographers. In this place like no other, you will have the opportunity to see up close the world’s most amazing animals.
 
PERU RAINFOREST ,
28-07-2019
This beautiful trip starts and ends in Pucallpa, Peru.  Located on the Ucayali River in eastern Peru, Pucallpa is a place that few tourists go but they are missing out! Sloths and monkeys abound in this port city that is the gateway to the jungle. You will find a port city combining the modern with the old with a touch of mythical creatures thrown in for good measure!  Laguna Yarinacocha, about 15 minutes from town, shelters wildlife, including many varieties of monkeys, sloths, river dolphins, and birds of every size and color. Pucallpa, in addition to being a jumping off point for Amazon expeditions, is home to the Shipibo-Conibo indigenous people, and suffers from serious flooding annually. 

The Shipibo-Conibo people are an indigenous tribe living along the Ucayali River in the Amazon rainforest in Perú. The Shipibo (apemen) and the Conibo (fishmen) were originally distinct tribes until they became one people based on shared traditions and beliefs and intermarriage. They are becoming more urbanized in order to survive but are fighting to keep their traditions, including utilizing traditional spiritual brews in rituals and shamans for their medical care. Your team will provide care for many of the Shipibo-Conibo people as you work in the small villages along the river. You will have an opportunity to learn about the rich culture of this beautiful and unique area, where the people are passionate about their religion, their crafts, and their traditions.
 
The World Bank and the World Health Organization stated in a 2009 study that these indigenous peoples are viewed as needing full assistance to solve their multiple health problems . IMR is working in collaboration with local partners to help those suffering from life threatening diseases. We will provide medical and dental care and health education to these otherwise untouched people groups. Your team will see many patients with infections, wounds, and common health problems that are frequently untreated. Dental needs are among the most troubling, with patients suffering from horrific pain from infected teeth without care other than home remedies. 

Annual flooding is a serious concern for the people of the Amazon River basin, with the associated skin issues, infections, and emotional loss that comes with major disasters. Dengue Fever and other mosquito-borne diseases are significant health concerns in this community. Providing education about mosquito-borne disease and providing supportive care for patients will be a primary task for our team. This trip is a wonderful opportunity to provide care for people who truly need the help. 

We will be bringing some of the less accessible indigenous people into our clinic and will work closely with local medical students to care for them. If you love to teach, this is the trip for you!

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