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"ABOUT ME": To succeed in this per-diem position, you must be knowledgeable and familiar with current nursing best practices. Must also be flexible and willing to float if needed. Strong communication skills and knowledge of current evidence-based practice are essential. If you are comfortable enough to hit the ground running in a new setting, this may be a good fit for you.
Position: Inpatient Stepdown RN
Required Education and Credentials
Current RN license and good standing with the Wisconsin State Board of Nursing
Current AHA BLS, and ACLS certifications.
Required Experience and Skills
Minimum of 1 year full-time experience as a Stepdown RN within the last year.
APRNs who apply must have recent bedside experience under RN scope of practice.
Must have strong cardiac rhythm interpretation skills, as well as assessment skills relating to a diverse patient population with varying diagnoses.
Strong familiarity with titration of common drips following facility protocols, and current ACLS guidelines.
Please note: You will be asked about your COVID-19 vaccine status at the time of your interview. Vaccine guidelines vary between facility partners and geographic regions.
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Rates are subject to change without prior notice and are driven by the marketplace and facility needs. Assigned rates fall within listed ranges.
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