- 17-Apr-2017 to 30-May-2017 (EST)
- Romulus, MI, USA
- Salary commensurate with experience
- Full Time
Competitive benefit package included
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The Nurse, as a member of the interdisciplinary care team ensures that clients are provided treatment, medication, diet, rehabilitative care, activities of daily living, protective service, and self-care training under optimum comfort and care conditions.
The Nurse provides quality client care, considering age-specific developmental and cultural needs through competent practice. Demonstration of designated competencies is required under the direction of a physician. The RN will function in a clinical supervisory capacity with respect to RSTs (direct care aides) on their shift assignment.
Full-time - Midnight shift (36 hours per week/12 hour shift)
Graduation from a state approved school of nursing and holds a current license to practice in the State of Michigan
Two years nursing experience preferred
Specialized training or experience in rehabilitation, subacute, long term care, or rehabilitation preferred
LTACH, Spinal Cord and Traumatic Brain Injury experience preferred
Special Tree Rehabilitation System. Founded in 1974, Special Tree is one of the Midwest's premier neurorehabilitation providers for adults and children with brain injury, spinal cord injury, multiple trauma, and other disabilities. With more than 500 staff at nearly 30 Michigan locations, Special Tree offers a complete continuum of rehabilitation and care and is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities CARF), the Joint Commission, and recognized by the Michigan Quality Council.
Services include inpatient treatment with specialized 24-hour nursing and respiratory care, residential services, supported living apartments, comprehensive outpatient services, home and community rehabilitation and a wide range of children's programs. Our whole person approach to rehabilitation encompasses one's body, mind, heart, and spirit. We call it the Science of Caring, and it is at the center of everything we do.