RN - Float Pool PRN in Sylva, NC at Harris Regional Hospital

Date Posted: 7/11/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Harris Regional Hospital

RNs with 1 or more years of experience are invited to join our Float Pool. 

We offer a competitive base hourly rate between $30.00 and $45.00 per hour dependent upon the level of shift commitment within a 6 week schedule. 

The Float Pool RN must meet ICU, ED and General Medical Surgical Unit competency skills sets as the ability to work in these units is a requirement. 

Level 1 - Day shift $30.00 per hour/Night shift $33.00 per hour. Commitment: Minimum of 6 shifts (72 hours) per six week schedule and 1 shift (12 hours) must be on the weekend.
Level 2 - Day shift $35.00 per hour/Night shift $38.00 per hour. Commitment: Minimum of 7 shifts (84 hours) per six week schedule and 2 shifts (24 hours) must be on the weekend.
Level 3 - Day shift $40.00 per hour/Night shift $42.00 per hour. Commitment: Minimum of 8 shifts (96 hours) per six week schedule and 3 shifts (36 hours) must be on the weekend.
Level 4 - Day shift $42.00 per hour/Night shift $45.00 per hour. Commitment: Minimum of 9 shifts (108 hours) per six week schedule and 4 shifts (48 hours) must be on the weekend. 

Float Pool RNs are eligible to receive all applicable evening, night, and weekend shift differentials. These RN positions are PRN status. PRN employees are not eligible for most benefits, but PRN employees are eligible to participate in the Company’s 401(k) retirement plan and are eligible for the Discretionary Employer Matching Contribution.  

Job Requirements

QUALIFICATIONS:
RN must have a minimum of one year of experience in order to be eligible to participate in the RN Float Pool. 

1. Must have current Registered Nurse licensure in the State of North Carolina or from a compact state.
2. Current BLS maintained.
3. Current ACLS maintained.
4. Current PALS maintained.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
1. Ability to lift and move at least 50 pounds.
2. Ability to see colors, see at least 1 mm squares.
3. Ability to hear and distinguish heart, lung, and bowel sounds.
4. Ability to reach overhead.
5. Ability to remain calm, continue to function effectively and develop priorities during stressful situations.
6. Ability to communicate clearly with patients, families, visitors, healthcare team, leadership and others. Ability to use sensory and cognitive functions to process and prioritize information, treatment and follow-up. 
7. Ability to use fine motor skills.
8. Ability to move and operate equipment and carry supplies.
9. Ability to sit, stand or walk for extended periods of time.
10. Ability to remain focused and organized. 

Equal opportunity and affirmative action employers and are looking for diversity in candidates for employment: Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran