Our Registered Nurses are responsible for providing quality health services to Canyon Ranch guests. This is accomplished by providing guidance for guests' health needs through the identification of real and potential health problems; assessing the health education needs of guests and developing and initiating a plan for teaching and counseling; and collaborating with physicians and other health and healing practitioners to implement the prescribed treatment plan for the guest. Implementation of plans may also require you, the Registered Nurse, to conduct medical tests, labs, and other procedures, as well as appropriately document or communicate results on charts, in designated databases or other appropriate and designated communication methods.
Depending upon the area assigned during the shift, you may be responsible for evaluation of medical health questionnaires, identifying risks, counseling or providing health related education for guests, and referring & scheduling services:
You will maintain required levels of proficiency in administering medical services:
You will perform administrative duties in coordinating, planning, evaluating, and implementing recommended services, health programs and/or treatment plans:
You will need a Registered Nurse credential from an accredited School of Nursing.
You will need to have a current state Nursing License.
You will also need current CPR for healthcare provider certification.
You will need to have a minimum of 2 years' clinical nursing experience in a hospital or medical office setting.
To be successful, you will need to be proficient with Microsoft applications (Word, Excel, Outlook). You will also need demonstrated experience in providing exemplary guest service, and have an enthusiastic, pleasant ,outgoing demeanor. You need to have demonstrated ability to work well in a team environment, and the ability to multi-task and make decisions independently when necessary. You will need to be flexible, and easily adaptable to change.