POSITION IS LOCATED ON 3rd shift
BMNTC provides services and supports to individuals and families affected by lifelong disabilities and by Alzheimer's Disease. This position provides professional nursing care to both Alzheimer's and Developmentally Disabled populations. Responsible for identifying and assessing residents needs, nursing/health needs. Administer medications and treatments as directed by physician. Nurses work closely with medical staff in providing quality medical care. This position is an integral part of the nursing team, which serves to provide an interdisciplinary approach to the care planning process of individuals at BMNTC. Position may be responsible for serving as a \"charge nurse\" overseeing daily nursing care, consisting of coordinating all licensed and non-licensed staff duties, in accordance with Board of Nursing delegation and responsibilities.
ABOUT BLACK MOUNTAIN NEURO-MEDICAL TREATMENT CENTER (BMNTC):
BMNTC provides services and support to individuals and families affected by lifelong disabilities and by Alzheimer's Disease.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT:
\"We are a specialized long-term care facility that enhances the quality of life and maintains the dignity of persons with developmental disorders and specialized dementia whose needs exceed the resources available in the community by providing respectful, individualized, compassionate and quality care.\"
To receive credit for all of your work history and credentials, you must list the information on the application form. Any information listed under the text resume section or on an attachment will not be considered for qualifying credit. Qualified applicants must document on the application that they possess all of the following:
Knowledge of professional principles and theory of nursing and its application.
Knowledge of laws, rules and regulations governing the provision of nursing care.
Ability to administer medication/treatment per doctors orders.
Ability to delegate and make assignments.
Ability to communicate information to residents, families and staff in a concise and descriptive manner,
verbally, in writing or by demonstration.
Ability to appropriately respond to emergency situations.
Licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of North Carolina.