Alexandria Bay, NY

Job Description

Our client is seeking a seeking a casual RN to work a night shift in our Acute/Med Surg Units.

They offer competitive compensation and have a great team atmosphere and culture!

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Competitive Compensation based on experience

Reports to the Nurse Manager

Acute/Med Surg Job Summary:

A clinically competent registered, licensed nurse who provides immediate, specialized patient care with a multidisciplinary Provider team.   Must possess the basic and advanced theoretical knowledge and practical skills.   


He/She is directly in charge of the nursing care of the patients assigned to him/her whether he/she renders the care him/herself or if an LPN or aide working under his/her supervision renders the care.

Valid and current registration, NYS RN license, BLS upon hire, ACLS and PALS certification within the first six months of hire. Preferred minimum of two years of Med Surge experience.   Demonstrates knowledge of growth and development across the life span and the ability to use that knowledge to individualize the plan and delivery of care.

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