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RN, Operating Room

Lourdes Health System Type Full time Posted 3/7/2014
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Shift: DAYS

Hours: M-F 6:30am-5:00pm

Job Requirements

  • Position Summary: The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating the delivery of care. The professional nurse assumes the responsibility and accountability for the delegation of patient care to other members of the health care team.

    Education: Associate's Degree (includes RN Diploma) Required, Bachelor's Degree Preferred

    Experience: 1 year of experience working with Heart Procedures in an Operating Room Required, 2-4 years Preferred

    Licensure/Certification Required:
    1. New Jersey RN licensure
    2. CPR for Health Care Providers
    3. ACLS
    4. PALS or ENPC


  • Licensure/Certification Preferred:
    1. National Certification

    Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Required:
    Successfully completes initial competency verification for clinical area.
    Strong interpersonal skills.
    Ability to communicate in English, both oral and written.
    Ability to handle confidential information.

    Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Preferred:
    Ability to perform diversified duties with time limitations with high degree of accuracy.
    Prior Operating Room experience
    Organizational skills
    Ability to use problem solving, critical thinking, and priority setting skills.

    Physical Effort:
    Frequent/strenuous physical effort (e.g. heavy lifting, sustained physical effort, extensive carrying, pushing, pulling, etc.)

    Primary Equipment Used:
    1. Standard Patient Care Equipment
    2. Patient transport equipment
    3. Information Technology Devices
    4. Standard Office Equipment
    5. Procedural Related Equipment
    6. Standard Operating Room Equipment

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