For more information, contact Merri Kay Dankert, HR Director, here.
Interested? Please download the forms, fill them out and come in for an interview!
ON THE SPOT INTERVIEWS!!
ONLY APPLICATIONS RECEIVED IN PERSON WILL BE CONSIDERED.
Please apply in person at (Monday - Friday 8:30 - 4:30)
St. Francis Home
915 N. River Road
Saginaw, MI 48609
Benefits include Paid vacation (at 6 months), Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance (at 60 days), as well as a Defined Pension Plan.
Currently St. Francis Home and Rehab has full time and part time positions available. The Charge Nurse is responsible and accountable for a variety of clinical and supportive care and provides patient care under the direction of the Nurse Manager and Director of Nursing. Must exercise independent discretion in giving selected care, planning, coordinating and supervising, teaching and evaluating nursing care on assigned unit. Is directly responsible for CNAs performance and development. The Charge Nurse demonstrates excellent customer service. He/She upholds the standards contained in the mission, vision and values of St. Francis Home & Rehab and any applicable Federal, State, and/or Regulatory Statutes/Guideline.
Strong interpersonal skills for interacting positively with elderly and/or handicapped. Work with residents to gain their cooperation, to interact effectively with personnel on unit and in other departments and with families and visitors of Residents. Will be required to work in often hectic and stressful situations while maintaining a positive attitude. Must be able to effectively motivate and direct others.
Graduate of an accredited nursing program and maintains a current license as an LPN or RN in the State of Michigan.
Familiarity with state and accrediting agency requirements for long term care preferred.
Our mission statement requires that staff recognize each resident's personal dignity and worth, be accountable for excellence in performance, adhere to high standards and adhere to ethical standards based on the moral teaching of the Roman Catholic Church. Must be able to communicate well with co-workers, residents and families. Have patience and understanding especially for the dementia residents. Maintain a professional appearance with good attendance and punctuality. Must be able to set priorities and manage time well. You do not need to be Catholic but must be willing to support the residents with their spiritual needs and Christian beliefs.
Job Type: Full-time