RN - Float Pool
Posted on: October 19, 2020
Swedish is looking for a Registered Nurse (0.9 FTE, Night) to work
in the Float Pool at Swedish Edmonds in Edmonds, Washington.
The Registered Nurse (RN) provides professional, comprehensive
nursing care for patients in an acute care environment. Accountable
for the delivery of coordinated, safe, compassionate, therapeutic,
evidence-based quality care to patients and families, based on
individual physical, emotional, and spiritual needs, and
appropriate care strategies throughout the lifespan
In this position you will:
- Assesses, identifies appropriate nursing diagnoses, plans,
implements and evaluates patients' care.
- Effectively advocate for ethical and holistic care by
partnering in care planning to promote the autonomy, dignity,
rights, values and beliefs of those we serve.
- Foster a learning environment for patient/families, nursing,
and other members of the healthcare team including students;
facilitates formal and informal learning for patient/families,
nursing, other members of the healthcare team, and community.
- Accountable for safety, identify and correct problems, and
integrates evidence, and best practice into nursing care; use data
and evidence to improve patient outcomes. Align patient safety,
self-safety and environmental safety as equally important for best
Required qualifications for this position include:
- Nursing degree/diploma required upon hire.
- Bachelor's degree in Nursing or higher within 6 years of
- A RN with 20 years of RN experience will not be required to
obtain a BSN
- Exceptions will be considered on a case-by-case basis at each
facility by the most senior administrative nursing leader in
consultation with the Human Resources leader
- RNs employed prior to 1/1/13 are encouraged to obtain a
Bachelor's degree or higher degree in Nursing, but obtaining the
degree will not be a condition of employment.
- Unencumbered RN license in state(s) of hire, and wherever care
is delivered. If RN holds a multi-state license through the Nurse
Licensure Compact (NLC), the RN must adhere to the requirements of
licensure in the new state(s) of hire.
- Current Basic Life Support (BLS) card must be from the
following authorized governing bodies: American Heart Association
(AHA) - (BLS Provider), (BLS for Health Care Provider), or Military
Training Network (MTN) - (BLS Provider) upon hire.
- National Certification in area of specialty is preferred,
unless otherwise indicated.
- 12 months acute care experience working with the patient
population similar to department of hire or completion of the
specialty residency located at that facility
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
- Bachelor's degree in nursing upon hire.
About the Edmonds Campus.
Swedish/Edmonds (formerly Stevens Hospital) has been providing
sound and thoughtful care for patients in the greater Seattle area
for more than 45 years. We pride ourselves in employing only the
most qualified and caring professionals. We are not simply a
hospital or a workplace. We are a family. We are a community. Our
mission is to improve the health and well-being of the community
through local, high-quality and compassionate health care services.
On Sept. 1, 2010, Stevens joined the Swedish family and became
Swedish/Edmonds to create an innovative, regional health-care
delivery network that provides more local services, while giving
residents greater access to the latest medical treatments and the
comprehensive services of the Swedish system.
The Swedish/Edmonds campus includes:
- 217 licensed beds
- 450 of the most qualified physicians and specialists on medical
- 1,400 staff including clinical and non-clinical personnel
- Full scope of medical and surgical services, including Level IV
Trauma emergency medicine, diagnostic, treatment and support
We offer a full comprehensive range of benefits - see our website
Our nonprofit Mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of
each person we serve. Our Vision is to demonstrate the
highest-quality, best-value healthcare to all we serve.
Swedish is the largest nonprofit health care provider in the
greater Seattle area. It is comprised of five hospital campuses
(First Hill, Cherry Hill, Ballard, Edmonds and Issaquah);
ambulatory care centers in Redmond and Mill Creek; and Swedish
Medical Group a network of more than 118 primary care and specialty
locations throughout the Puget Sound. Swedish employs more than
13,300 employees and 3,100 physicians and allied health
professionals. Whether through physician clinics, education,
research and innovation or other outreach, we're committed to
caring for the people in our region and beyond. Swedish is proud to
be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Swedish does not discriminate on
the basis of race, color, gender, disability, protected veteran,
military status, religion, age, creed, national origin, gender
identity, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information,
or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law.
Job Category: Medical/Surgical Nursing
Work Locations: Edmonds Main Bldg (WA151) 21601 76th Ave W Edmonds,
Req ID: 271406
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Information For Job Seekers: Recruitment and Hiring During
During these uncertain times, providing a safe, exceptional hiring
experience remains a top priority.
Are Providence St. Joseph Health and their family of organizations
still hiring?Yes. We have an urgent need for clinical and
non-clinical workers to care for our patients. We are actively
recruiting across all regions and locations for temporary,
part-time and full-time positions while taking necessary
precautions to ensure the safety of our candidates, patients,
caregivers and communities.
Are job interviews still happening?Yes. To minimize risk, we now
offer virtual interviews as an alternative to in-person interviews
across all of our regions and locations.
Is travel still allowed for out-of-area applicants?No. However, we
are scheduling virtual interviews for all candidates needing to
travel. Travel for interviews is not allowed until further
Are new employee/caregiver orientations still happening?Yes. For
the safety of our new and current caregivers, we are launching a
virtual New Caregiver Orientation experience effective March 30,
2020. This experience will welcome new caregivers and ensure they
have all the required information, including knowledge of our
organizations' safety and regulatory procedures. Our Promise is to
"Know Me, Care for Me, Ease My Way," and we are committed to this
promise during virtual orientation.
What are you doing to keep your employees/caregivers safe?We need
to keep our caregivers safe, so they can safely care for our
patients. Facing a massive national shortage of personal protective
equipment (PPE) to fight COVID-19, we sought innovative solutions
from our teams and communities. Due to initiatives like the--, we
are pleased to announce that we are moving to the practice of
"universal masking." This means, starting with our hardest-hit
communities, we will supply a medical-grade mask to every caregiver
who works in a clinical setting at the beginning of each shift. We
are committed to universal masking in our most affected communities
for as long as feasible.
How are you supporting your employees/caregivers through these
difficult and unprecedented times?We're listening to our people. We
know many of our caregivers and their family members are
experiencing stress and anxiety due to the increased burden of
COVID-19. We have a range of resources that can support their
emotional needs, free of charge. We're also providing added
benefits for child care, emergency loans and more. Learn
Where can I learn more about Providence St. Joseph Health's
COVID-19 response measures?For more about our organization's
response to COVID-19, please visit our--
Our Commitment Goes Beyond Words
At Swedish, our commitment is more than something we strive for.
It's reflected in everything we do. It's part of who we are, and it
begins with our dedication to our patients and the health of our
Swedish is committed to creating a culture that values patient
safety above all else. This is evidenced in the way we provide
ongoing training to our staff of more than 10,000 employees, with
an emphasis on error prevention tools, techniques for clear
communication, and team support exercises.--
We owe much of the continued growth of our health system to our
ongoing initiative to promote sustainability at every level of our
Our No. 1 priority: Quality Care and Patient Safety
Since our founding in 1910, Swedish has been at the forefront of
patient safety and care quality. When founder Dr. Nils Johanson
arrived in Seattle more than a century ago, he quickly discovered
there were no hospitals that lived up to his standards for care
quality and sterile technique. And so he created one. Dr.
Johanson's legacy and leadership live on today at Swedish, where
our highest priority continues to be on quality and safety for
every patient. Learn more about our .
An Excellent Setting for Exceptional Work
At Swedish, we're not only committed to being the best place to
receive care, but also to being the best place to work.
Since our founding more than 100 years ago, Swedish has grown into
the Greater Seattle area's largest, most comprehensive medical
system. We think we've also become the best hospital to work for in
the Pacific Northwest.
We are proud to foster a vibrant, supportive work environment, with
individualized orientation, continuing education and ongoing
opportunities for professional advancement. We also reward our
people with generous compensation and benefits.
When you work at Swedish, you work alongside some of the most
skilled and dedicated professionals in health care. You also work
in one of the most desirable areas in the country, in the heart of
the Northwest and at the leading edge of medicine.
We Do Our Best Work by Working Together
The people of Swedish are motivated by shared values and
professional standards to do our best, not just for our patients,
but for each other as well.
Together, we create a culture that values quality on behalf of the
patient and empowers staff to take action. You only need to look as
far as the patient-safety huddles that take place daily at our
campuses to alert team members to potential safety issues, and how
they make immediate course corrections. It quickly becomes evident
that Swedish is truly a unique organization.
Teamwork is the way we work at Swedish. We are committed to working
together to achieve our mission of high quality and compassionate
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Improve the health and well-being of each person we serve.
Health for a Better World.
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