Compassionate Care for Every Life We Touch
Generous benefits, perks, free parking, float premium, shift differentials, premium for BSN and/or MSN, and specialty certification.
This is a full-time (1.0 FTE) 10-Hour Night Shift position in the Child Birth Center. It requires working every other weekend.
The Break Relief Nurse assumes the responsibility and accountability for the application of the nursing process and the delivery of patient care while he/she is relieving other licensed nurses during break/meal periods in the assigned unit. Break relief nurses will not be expected to assume charge nurse duties.
According to the established standards of nursing practice and standards of care, he/she demonstrates an ability to make clinical nursing judgment in an efficient and effective manner. The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of skilled, high quality patient care; for assisting in the planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating nursing practice and collaborating with members of the healthcare team. RNs in this capacity may assume patient care assignment if patient care needs demand arises.
For every four week scheduling period, the break relief nurse is required to work a minimum of one shift in the labor and delivery department to maintain competency caring for this population.
Just a few of our employee perks
Working for Overlake Medical Center and Clinics is a little different in a really good way. We are an independent, award winning hospital. Overlake is big enough to be a leader but small enough to flexible and nimble in our ever-changing field. Here there is a culture of connectivity. You meet with your managers face-to-face. The executive leadership team is onsite and connected to the day-to-day of the organization. Culture is a big focus and you can tell by how welcoming everyone is and all the smiles you see.
Overlake is an Equal Opportunity Employer, please see our EEO policy.