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Posted
Jul 16, 2020


Facility Info

South Kingstown Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
2115 South County Trail
West Kingston, RI 02892

Contact
payroll.sknr@hcltdri.com
401-783-8568
401-792-8930 (fax)


Job Description

If you are a highly motivated individual with a drive for success and compassion for the elderly, this could be a job for you!  Join our family of exceedingly skilled professionals with a career as a Registered NurseNurses are given the ability to provide direct quality care for the residents, interact with families and work closely with all other facility departments.  Our team of bright, enthusiastic staff members strive to give the highest quality of care with the belief that we have done our job well only when we have provided a level of service that far exceeds the needs and preferences of those we care for.

Qualified applicants must possess a Nursing license issued by the State of Rhode Island, a professional attitude and high personal integrity.

Become part of a dedicated family that values teamwork, growth and personal development.

Specific Details
We are looking for RNs or LPNs who have a passion for working with the elderly. Come join the team at our skilled nursing facility. We provide short term sub-acute rehab, long term care, and specialized dementia care.

Benefits for full time employees include medical and dental insurance, life insurance, health savings account and 401K with a 75% employer match for contributions.

You can apply to this position in person, online, or by fax:

-Respond to this post online for the quickest response!

-Apply in person during office hours M-F 8:30-5:00PM

Address: 2115 South County Trail, West Kingston, RI 02892

-Fax your resume to 401-792-8930

-You can also follow the link below to go to our website:

https://www.healthconceptsltd.com/south-kingstown/careers/

Qualifications and Skills

Current Registered Nurse in good standing with the RI state registry

Experience with working in geriatric care and dementia care preferred

EOE

Shift
Evenings, Night

Category
Nursing

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