Vascular Access Nurse - $5000 Sign on Bonus in Clyde, NC at Haywood Regional Medical Center

Date Posted: 8/11/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Haywood Regional Medical Center

The Vascular Access Nurse functions under thedirection of the Chief Clinical Officer and Nursing Directors and has advancedknowledge and clinical expertise in infusion nursing and utilizes thisexpertise to support and promote the delivery of safe, age appropriate, andculturally aware nursing care.  TheInfusion Support Nurse serves as a clinical consultant and resource to nursingstaff, management, and medical staff at assigned hospitals regardingintravenous therapy, peripheral and central line placement, andmanagement.  The Infusion Support Nurseactively supports Haywood Regional in achieving its mission and goals, fosterscommunication and collaborative practice with physicians, and serves as apositive role model to promote the professional image of nursing and expertclinical practice.  The Infusion SupportNurse is able to perform role functions independently and is responsible forself-development activities.

Job Requirements

Minimum Education:

Associate degree in nursing (ASN) required; Current licensure as a registered professional nurse in the State of North Carolina

Minimum Experience:

Minimum 1 year diverse clinical practice in an acute care environment and three (3) years experience in infusion nursing required


Ability to read, write and speak the English language; Strong customer service skills; Inter- and intra-departmental coordination of clinical education activities; Delegation skills required; Ability to multi-task essential; Ability to function in stressful situations essential; Strong detail orientation required; Proficiency with word processing and presentation computer applications required; Personal time management skills required; Adept as a change agent; Utilizes wide range of theories in managing complex problems or problem resolution; Demonstrated expertise related to the following required: commitment to the advancement of nursing practice and the nursing profession, interpersonal communication skills related to knowledge of group/system dynamics, commitment to staff education and development; Knowledge of nursing theory and research required; Compliance with the American Nurses' Association Code of Ethics for Professional Nurses is required; Demonstrates knowledge of and practices within parameters outlined in North Carolina Registered Professional Nurse Practice Act.


Baccalaureate or Masters degree in nursing preferred; national certification in infusion nursing preferred.  

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