The Commons on St. Anthony is currently seeking Part-Time/Full-Time and Per Diem Registered Nurses to join our team! Our Auburn facility, located at 3 St Anthony Street has room for 300 residents in both Long Term and Short Term care and has a floor solely dedicated to dementia care. Our state of the art rehabilitation gym delivers personalized care to our residents, offering physical, occupational and speech therapy. The Commons on St. Anthony also has a 60-bed short term rehabilitation program that makes use of progressive technology to treat more complex conditions. Loretto offers thorough training and mentorship, as well as excellent wages and a flexible schedule for certain positions. Whether you are a seasoned nurse or recent graduate we want to talk with you about joining our team!
Contact us today to explore a variety of opportunities that will allow you to grow with us!
Facility RN Supervisor – Long Term Care or Short Term Acute/Rehab
Full Time, Part Time and Per Diem Available. Day, Evening or Nights Shifts
Direct the day to day functions of the nursing activities in the facility in accordance with current rules, regulations and guidelines that govern the long-term care facility. Responsible for making rounds on all to assist nursing staff in resolving issues/concerns. Ensure there is a sufficient number of staff members and that the needs of the residents are adequately met. Communicate with staff, physicians, and patients point of contact when there are changes of the patient’s condition or if immediate medical care is necessary. Review and evaluate your shifts work force. Monitor your shift’s personnel to assure that they are following established safety regulations.
Unit Nurse Manager, RN - Long Term Care or Short Term Acute/Rehab
Monday – Friday, Day Schedule
Oversee nursing operations and supervisory duties for entire unit. Provide direction to Clinical Coordinator/RN and Assistant Nurse Manager/LPN, to ensure quality care is being provided on all 3 shifts. Ensures complete and prompt reporting of incidents with follow-up as necessary to Administrator and Director of Nursing.