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We will all remember 2020 for the impact the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic had on our lives. At SpiriTrust Lutheran®, we also will remember 2020 as the year of selfless giving. We are grateful to the champions who provided care to those we serve, the donors who supported both our ongoing needs and our pandemic response effort and the volunteers who patiently awaited a return to the vital roles they serve in our life plan communities and hospice program.

Read more about our champions and all those who answered our call for support in the 2020 Donor & Community Impact Report.

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RN Home Health & Hospice, Full Time, Berks County

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Date Posted: 02/01/2021
Location: Allentown, PA 18102
Company: SpiriTrust Lutheran
Job Type: Full Time

The service area for this position is in Berks County

$5,000 Sign-on Bonus 

General Responsibilities
 
Responsible for providing skilled nursing services and management of client cases as assigned; coordinating work within the department, as well as with other departments; complying with operating policies and procedures and regulatory requirements; communicating with appropriate personnel; responding to inquiries or requests for information; maintaining appropriate records and providing assigned reports. 

Basic Qualifications
 
Education/Training:  Graduate of a school of nursing with current license(s) to practice as a professional nurse in the state(s) served by SpiriTrust Lutheran Home Care & Hospice; current CPR certification within three (3) months of employment.
                                     
Skill(s):  Proficient reading, writing and grammatical skills; proficient in interpersonal relations and communication skills, including pleasant telephone manner and speaking voice; ability to work independently and to establish and maintain effective working relationships; working knowledge of computer operations and ability to learn specialized industry applications; demonstrates a desire and ability to work with terminally ill clients and with bereaved individuals and/or families; knowledge of currently acceptable practice; valid driver’s license and dependable means of transportation. 
 
Experience:  One (1) year of recent clinical experience in licensed or certified discipline normally required.