Referral Intake Nurse

$1,600.00 SIGN ON BONUS IF YOU START THIS JOB BY APRIL 28, 2017

The Nurses of At Home Care have been taking care of your neighbors for 30 years. Have you thought about using your nursing knowledge to support them? AHC has an RN opening in our Central Intake Department.

Some of the things you will do in a typical day as an AHC Intake nurse will be:

  • Speak with Physicians, nurses, and community members taking referrals
  • Entering referral information into computer
  • Obtaining physician orders & F2F*
  • Being a resource to the field clinicians

In addition to using ALL your nursing knowledge in this position, you will also need:

  • NYS Nursing License
  • Two years experience in one or more of the following; acute care setting, hospital discharge planning, case management, community nursing, or QI
  • Ability to be flexible & adaptable, detail oriented , and to critically think
  • Ability to successfully function in a fast paced technology driven work environment
  • Excellent computer skills. Able to learn and proficiently use multiple computer programs
  • To enjoy working with people, talking to them, helping them, and listening to them. This is not a solitary position.
  • Patience, lots of patience
  • Excellent customer service & communication skills. Able to effectively communicate with all, with respect and kindness.
  • Availability 8-5 M – F, occasional weekend, holiday, and early evening as needed

Of course, home care is not for every nurse. Being the fastest growing sector of healthcare, it requires that you be highly motivated, self- directing, organized and able to critically think.

If you believe you have what it takes to be an AHC Intake nurse, please respond to this ad and HR will call you to schedule an interview.

AHC benefits include:

  • $1600.00 Sign On Bonus for FT nurses who start by April 28,2017
  • Excellent salary
  • Full benefit package
  • Paid time off*
  • Career advancement
  • Mileage reimbursement

 

Requirements:

In addition to using ALL your nursing knowledge in this position, you will also need:

  • NYS Nursing License
  • Two years experience in one or more of the following; acute care setting, hospital discharge planning, case management, community nursing, or QI
  • Ability to be flexible & adaptable, detail oriented , and to critically think
  • Ability to successfully function in a fast paced technology driven work environment
  • Excellent computer skills. Able to learn and proficiently use multiple computer programs
  • To enjoy working with people, talking to them, helping them, and listening to them. This is not a solitary position.
  • Patience, lots of patience
  • Excellent customer service & communication skills. Able to effectively communicate with all, with respect and kindness.
  • Availability 8-5 M – F, occasional weekend, holiday, and early evening as needed

Of course, home care is not for every nurse. Being the fastest growing sector of healthcare, it requires that you be highly motivated, self- directing, organized and able to critically think.

Education:

Associates degree, BSN preferred

Experience

Two years experience in one or more of the following; acute care setting, hospital discharge planning, case management, community nursing, or QI

Certifications:

NYS RN License

NYS Drivers License

Skills:

Ability to be flexible & adaptable, detail oriented , and to critically think

  • Ability to successfully function in a fast paced technology driven work environment
  • Excellent computer skills. Able to learn and proficiently use multiple computer programs
  • To enjoy working with people, talking to them, helping them, and listening to them. This is not a solitary position.
  • Patience, lots of patience
  • Excellent customer service & communication skills. Able to effectively communicate with all, with respect and kindness.
  • Availability 8-5 M – F, occasional weekend, holiday, and early evening as needed

Equal Employment Opportunity

AHC is an equal opportunity employer.  We strongly believe in equal employment opportunity for all.  In furtherance of this policy, we will continue to recruit, employ, train, promote, provide benefits to, and compensate our employees without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, gender identification, genetic information, military status, pregnancy, disability or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.

 AHC is committed to employing individuals on the basis of ability.  This commitment includes making reasonable accommodations, as required by law, for known or obvious physical or mental limitations of otherwise qualified employees and applicants with disabilities, unless an accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the operation of AHC.  A reasonable accommodation is a modification or adjustment to a job, the work environment, or the way things usually are done that does not pose an undue hardship to AHC.  Also, when necessary, AHC will make reasonable accommodations for an applicant or employee’s religious beliefs or practices. Any employee who believes he or she may require such accommodation should contact Human Resources.

 At AHC, equal employment is not only a legal commitment; it is a moral commitment as well.  If you feel you or another employee have been a victim of discriminatory treatment or harassment of any kind, please speak with Human Resources.  AHC will not retaliate or tolerate retaliation against an employee who makes a good-faith report of what the employee believes to be a violation of this policy.

For confidential consideration, please contact:

Patricia Brown, Director of Human Resources

pbrown@ahcnys.org

Fax;  607-432-5836

Phone: 607-353-7413

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