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Registered Nurse, Nursing Resource Team

  • Job
    Full-time
    Entry Level
  • Healthcare
  • Toronto
  • 20d left

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  • You need current CNO registration, a bachelor's in nursing, 1 year medical surgical experience, and skills in pain/symptom management, IV therapy, and wound care. Commitment to patient care and teamwork is a must. Apply now to join our team!
  • You will provide direct patient care, collaborate with healthcare professionals, make clinical judgments, embrace learning opportunities, and contribute to a positive work environment.

Requirements

  • Mandatory:
  • Current certificate of registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO)
  • Graduate of a CNO-approved bachelor’s degree in nursing program, or equivalent combined education and experience
  • 1 year recent adult medical surgical nursing experience
  • Previous clinical experience working with patients with acute and chronic illnesses
  • Preferred:
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN). Applicants in their final year or near completion will be considered
  • Skills and Knowledge:
  • Sound knowledge base in:
  • Pain (PCA, epidural, CADD) and symptom management
  • Skin and wound care
  • IV therapy / TPN / chest tube care / ostomy care
  • Commitment to professional practice and personal development
  • Commitment to shared leadership and team based decision making
  • Demonstrated excellent critical thinking, decision making and problem solving skills
  • Superior interpersonal and communication skills
  • Commitment to patient and family centred care
  • Demonstrated satisfactory work performance and attendance history
  • If this sounds like you and you feel ready to build your career within nursing, apply now and let us know why you’d be a great addition to our team.

Responsibilities

  • Provide direct patient care across multiple units, including assessments, interventions, and medication administration
  • Demonstrate adaptability and flexibility in responding to changing patient needs and unit priorities
  • Collaborate effectively with physicians, allied health professionals, patients, and families to deliver comprehensive care
  • Utilize your critical thinking skills to make sound clinical judgments and provide a high standard of care in diverse settings
  • Embrace ongoing learning opportunities to expand your skill set and maintain current knowledge of best practices
  • Contribute to a positive and supportive work environment, fostering teamwork and collaboration among colleagues
  • Perform other duties consistent with the job classification, as required

FAQs

What is the role of a Registered Nurse on the Nursing Resource Team?

Registered Nurses on the Nursing Resource Team provide direct patient care across multiple units, including assessments, interventions, and medication administration. They demonstrate adaptability and flexibility in responding to changing patient needs and unit priorities, collaborate effectively with healthcare professionals, and utilize critical thinking skills to provide high-quality care in diverse settings.

What areas of practice can Registered Nurses gain experience in while working on the Nursing Resource Team?

Registered Nurses on the Nursing Resource Team can gain experience in various areas of practice, including General Internal Medicine, Surgery, Psychiatry, and the Emergency Department. They receive specialized orientation and training to support medicine and surgical units, enabling them to develop a wide range of nursing skills.

What qualifications are required to be eligible for a role on the Nursing Resource Team?

Mandatory qualifications for a role on the Nursing Resource Team include current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario, a bachelor's degree in nursing or equivalent education and experience, and at least 1 year of recent adult medical surgical nursing experience. Preferred qualifications include a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) or near completion of the program.

What skills and knowledge are important for Registered Nurses on the Nursing Resource Team to possess?

Essential skills and knowledge for Registered Nurses on the Nursing Resource Team include a sound knowledge base in areas such as pain management, skin and wound care, IV therapy, and ostomy care. They should also demonstrate a commitment to professional development, shared leadership, critical thinking, communication skills, and patient-centered care.

How can Registered Nurses apply for a position on the Nursing Resource Team?

Registered Nurses interested in joining the Nursing Resource Team can apply online through the hospital's recruitment portal. Applicants should highlight their relevant experience, qualifications, and why they believe they would be a valuable addition to the dynamic and diverse team.

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