Overview

For 136 years and counting, our heartbeat has been championing the wellbeing of seniors. Eastcastle Place continues to be a dynamic retirement community in Milwaukee s vibrant East Side. If you enjoy using your skills to make a difference in other people s lives, then Eastcastle Place could be where you want to work. What we do here is more than just a job. We serve our residents in big ways and small. We re passionate about what we do, and we re looking for dedicated people to join our team.Eastcastle Place is looking for compassionate Registered Nures’s who want to bring their skills and experience to help us provide hope, growth, renewal, and freshness to our residents and our staff! Come join Eastcastle Place where you feel part of a great team doing great things!
The Registered nurse is responsible for the accurate and timely administration of medications, treatments, documentation, and emergency calls as indicated. The Registered Nurse will supervise the nursing care of all assigned residents and delegate the duty for direct care. This position reports to the Director of Nursing.

Principle Duties

Essential Job Duties:

Administers treatments, including, but not limited to: dressings, cauterization, suctioning, oxygen, etc. Assists in direct resident care as necessary and administer medications. Maintains accurate documentation of medication administered and care rendered. Supervise and direct CNAs in accordance with Nursing Practice Act. Assist when necessary. Assess and serve as the first resource for residents and staff on nursing care problems. Know and give the report for total resident care including assessment, medications, treatments, and daily living and psychological care. Practice restorative nursing to allow the resident to function at his / her maximum level of independence. Charge RN to check on all residents on his/her unit and manage problems as necessary. Complete all resident and work records including nursing assistant assignments and care cards; medication and treatment records, nursing notes, daily report sheets, resident care plan, and 24-hour report sheet. Assess resident’s needs daily and change actual and written care plan accordingly in ink. Know the status of residents with private duty nurses. Be sure all private duty nurses remain with their residents during the shift. Count narcotics and sedatives. Identify and correct any errors. Sign that these medications have been counted. Enter new orders or reorders in the count book. Completes all necessary documentation in resident s medical record via an electronic charting system. Position Urgency:Quick Start