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Come join our amazing team at PHC. At PHC every member of our team is equally as important. We understand that by providing a positive and enjoyable work environment, we help to grow better employees. In addition to our excellent and appreciative workplace environment, Providence employees also enjoy the following:
Great patient to employee ratios
403-B Retirement Plan
12 hour shifts with flexible scheduling
Employer paid life insurance
Paid vacation and sick time
For more information about employment opportunities, please contact our Human Resources Director, Erin Brown at 812-535-1067.
At Providence Health Care, we put great value in our team. We constantly encourage our employees to future their training and education so that they have tools to thrive in their position. A few resources that we have implemented and made available to staff are our VIP Program, CDP, Music to Memory and IN2L.
Employees that meet criteria at their annual evaluation will receive a merit increase in addition to a $2.00 per hour raise. Employees continuing to meet these criteria in subsequent years can double their merit increase. This is a great opportunity for employees of all levels to show leadership on an exceptional team. This program also allows PHC to thank employees for thier hard work and dedication.
When working with the elderly, a Certified Dementia Practioner Certification can be an imencly benefiical tool for employees to have. A CDP certification is intended to inspire confidence and dedication in an individual’s professional knowledge through quality of life and quality of care provided to a dementia patient.
Music to Memory
As the only Music to Memory certified skilled nursing facility in the southern half of Indiana, we take pride in training our team with this program. The program allows employees to provide personalized care to patients as well as family caregivers by helping create customized playlists through digital media. Music to Memory helps enable those struggling with Alzheimer’s, dementia and other cognitive and physical challenges. It helps patients to reconnect with the world through music-triggered memories.
The iN2L (It’s Never Too Late) is a computer system adapted for elder use. Touch screen, large font, easy to see large keyboard, and adjustable height make it a perfect fit for everyone! We provide training for our employess on iN2L so that we are able to learn about each resident and provide individualized care.
Licensed Practical Nurse
Thorough knowledge of general nursing principles and procedures and understanding of the concepts of aging and the needs and concerns of the elderly population. Knowledge of state and federal health regulations and clinical standards of nursing practice and delivery systems, supervision management, staff development and cost containment. Ability to perform comprehensive assessments and development individualized plans of care based on resident needs. Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing with all levels of health care professionals and support staff. Must be able to work under varying degrees of supervision. Display positive professional image and enhance positive public relations for the facility.
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
A. Organize, Supervise, Provide and Evaluate Resident Care
B. Perform Quality Improvement Activities for the Unit
C. Participate in Performance Evaluations of the Unit Support Staff
D. Assist with Safety Assurance for Residents and Nursing Staff
E. Know and Enforce State and Federal Regulations and Guidelines
F. Conducts Physical/Mental Assessments
G. Administers Medications and Treatments
H. Know and Support Facility Philosophy, Standards, Policies and procedures
I. Promote Constructive Working Relationships between Health Care Disciplines
J. Promote Favorable Public Relations
K. Exhibit Professional Nursing and Leadership
L. Perform Related Tasks as Required
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
1. Licensed Practical or Registered Nurse Graduate from accredited or state approved School of Nursing with current license to practice in the State of Indiana, in good standing.
2. At least one year in supervisory or administrative role.
3. Prefer two years geriatric or long-term care nursing experience.
Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA’s)
Certified Nursing Assistant
Location West Terre Haute, IN
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
A. Provide Assistance with the Activities of Daily Living
B. Assist Residents in Preventive, Therapeutic, and Restorative Nursing Procedures
C. Adhere to Safety and Infection Control Policies and Procedures
D. Communicate Effectively Orally and in Writing
E. Maintain Resident Unit and Work Area in Clean Safe and Orderly Manner
F. Promote Positive Public Relation for the Facility
G. Perform Other Tasks as Required
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
1. Current CNA Certificate in good standing on file with the Indiana Nursing Assistant Registry.
2. One year experience in long-term care or other health care setting desired.
Location St. Mary of the Woods, IN
Promotes and restores patients’ health by completing the nursing process; collaborating with physicians and multidisciplinary team members; providing physical and psychological support to patients, friends, and families; supervising assigned team members.
Identifies patient care requirements by establishing personal rapport with potential and actual patients and other persons in a position to understand care requirements.
Establishes a compassionate environment by providing emotional, psychological, and spiritual support to patients, employees, friends, and families.
Promotes patient’s independence by establishing patient care goals; teaching patient, friends, and family to understand condition, medications, and self-care skills; answering questions.
Assures quality of care by adhering to therapeutic standards; measuring health outcomes against patient care goals and standards; making or recommending necessary adjustments; following hospital and nursing division’s philosophies and standards of care set by state board of nursing, state nurse practice act, and other governing agency regulations.
Maintains safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations; calling for assistance from health care support personnel.
Protects patients and employees by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols, medication administration and storage procedures, and controlled substance regulations.
Documents patient care services by charting in patient and department records.
Maintains patient confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential.
Maintains a cooperative relationship among health care teams by communicating information; responding to requests; building rapport; participating in team problem-solving methods.
Be flexible, receptive, and adaptive to change.
Fosters the mission, values, and guiding behaviors of the Sisters of Providence.
1. Licensed Registered Nurse graduate from an accredited school of nursing with a current license to practice in the State of Indiana in good standing.
2. Two years of experience in geriatric or long term care nursing preferred.