Registered Nurse / RN – Neuroscience Critical Care Unit

Penn State Health
Hershey, Pennsylvania · 08/27/2017



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Job Description

Location: US:PA:Hershey
Work Type: Full Time
FTE: .9
Shift: Day
Hours: 7a – 7p (EOW)
Minimum Hourly Rate: $26.85
For more information contact Ryan Hartnett at rhartnett@pennstatehealth.psu.edu

JOB SUMMARY:

Responsible for assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating nursing care to a designated group of patients.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Registered Nurse with license to practice professional nursing in the state of Pennsylvania required OR Registered Nurse from another state with a Temporary PA Practice Permit required.
6 months RN experience required.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS*:

Able to sit occasionally; stand constantly; walk frequently.
Able to lift/carry 0-10 lbs frequently; 11-50 lbs occasionally.
Able to push/pull 0-20 lbs frequently; 21-75 lbs occasionally.
Able to climb occasionally; reach constantly.
Able to use hand for simple/firm grasping.

*Appended to this job description is the Work Task Analysis that further describes the physical requirements appropriate for this role.

If chosen for this position, you may be required to pass a Post Offer Employment Physical Exam in accordance with the measurements listed in the Work Task Analysis (WTA) report. This job description is a general outline of duties performed and is not to be misconstrued as encompassing all duties performed within the position. All individuals (including current employees) selected for a position will undergo a background check appropriate for the position’s responsibilities.

Penn State Health is committed to affirmative action, equal opportunity and the diversity of its workforce. Equal Opportunity Employer – Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/ Disabled.

Union:SEIU Nurses






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