0.9FTE, 36 hours per week
Straight nights with weekend and holiday rotations requirements
Orientation will occur primarily on day shift
Non-Exempt. Benefits Eligible
Minimum hourly rate: $37.400. Pay to commensurate with experience
The Fetal Center Staff RN follows the patient's journey from diagnosis of a complicated anomaly through surgery and intervention, delivery, and recovery. As one of the few fetal centers in the United States located within a pediatric hospital, our program treats the full spectrum of fetal complications. Practices professional nursing and promotes patient advocacy in accordance with the ANA Code of Ethics for Nurses and maintains a current Ohio Nursing License.
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-Provides nursing care using a Family Centered approach within fetal care and special delivery services, including providing inpatient antepartum and postpartum care and evaluation of maternal and fetal health status pre and post fetal procedure or delivery.
-Demonstrates sterile and aseptic techniques, as appropriate in the performance of and/or assisting with procedures and interventions.
-Performs procedures under the direction of Obstetric and Maternal Fetal Medicine Providers and in accordance with provider orders in accordance with the Ohio Board of Nursing Law and Rules.
-Administers appropriate obstetric medications in accordance with hospital policy and under the direction of the Obstetric and Maternal Fetal Medicine Providers and in accordance with a written order.
-Plans, implements, educates, and evaluates care using Evidence-Based Practices.
-Utilizes Therapeutic Communication while monitoring the physical, psychological, and social needs of patients and families.
Education: BSN or Associates Degree in Nursing willing to commit to obtaining a BSN within 5 years of hire.
Licensure Requirement: Registered Nurse Licensed in state of Ohio, required.
Certifications: Electronic Fetal Monitoring, BLS, NRP, required. ACLS or ALSO, preferred.
Skills: Competency in obstetric nursing clinical practice. Completes ongoing and annual Fetal Center Staff RN competencies. Demonstrated knowledge of dosages, desired effects, side effects, and adverse reactions.
Experience: 5 years inpatient obstetric nursing, required. Labor and delivery and high-risk antepartum experience preferred.
The above list of duties is intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by individuals assigned to this classification. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties performed by the individual so classified, nor is it intended to limit or modify the right of any supervisor to assign, direct, and control the work of employees under his/her supervision.
MINIMUM PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
OCCASIONALLY:1-33% OF TIME (0.5 TO 2,5 HOURS) Climb stairs/ladders, Lifting/carrying up to 100 lbs or greater with assistance, Pushing/pulling up to 100 lbs or greater, may need assistance. Exposure to fumes/gases/vapors. Working with patient equipment and machinery, Working with power equipment/tools.
FREQUENTLY: 34-66% OF TIME (2.6 TO 5.0HOURS) Bend/twist/Squat/kneel/Sitting. Reaching above shoulder, Repetitive hand/arm usage, Lifting/carrying up to 40 lbs.Pushing/pulling up to 100 lbs may need assistance. Depth perception-vision, Exposure to blood and/or bodily fluids, Exposure to communicable diseases and/or pathogens, Exposure to chemicals/medications, Exposure to biohazard waste, Working with electricity
CONTINUOUSLY: 67-100% OF TIME (5.1 TO 12 HOURS OR GREATER) Standing, Walking, Computer skills: Audible speech Hearing acuity, Color vision
CONTINUOUSLY: 67-100% OF TIME (5.1 TO 12 HOURS OR GREATER) Peripheral visionSeeing- far/nearProblem solving skills,Decision making skills Interpreting data skills