Please send resume and the attached application to the following address:
Sēb’s Recreation Center
1710 S Buckley Rd. #9 Aurora, CO 80017 Phone: 303-353-9822
Email: [email protected]
We are searching for a flexible, resourceful Registered Nurse to join our team at Sēb’s Recreation Center. Registered nurses (RNs) often wear many hats daily to treat their patients. A registered nurse’s primary role is to ensure that every patient receives the direct and proper care they need. RNs assess and identify patients’ needs, then implement and monitor the patient’s medical plan and treatment. They also ensure that patient care is conducted according to the policies and standards of their employer at the facility. They should also be able to work with patients from different backgrounds.
Mission Statement: Sēb’s Recreation Center (SRC) is dedicated to empowering individuals with special needs and unique challenges through community outreach, health and wellness, recreation, and education that promotes learning opportunities designed to strengthen and develop lives.
What We Believe
Our Philosophy: It is important to SRC that every person, regardless of physical and cognitive ability, has a place to thrive and achieve personal goals while improving their overall health. SRC’s emphasis is to provide a safe and comfortable environment for people with physical challenges and neurodivergent abilities to work out, attend classes, participate in informational seminars, enjoy fellowship, relax, and have fun. SRC believes it is equally important to extend and provide the same services to families and care providers.
Our Goal: SRC feels there is a need among the disabled community and concentrates its efforts on developing a continually comprehensive center that creates a safe family environment with accessible services and activities. SRC’s goal is to become the primary recreation center for people with physical challenges and neurodiversity in the Denver Metro Area.
Permanent- Part-time availability – 16 hours per month
Days– To Be Determined
Salary – $30- $35 per hour based on experience
Sēb’s Recreation Center (SRC) serves a diversified clientele of abled and disabled members. It is imperative that our new hires are a good fit for our clientele and team. SRC respectfully requests that all potential new hires volunteer* in the center for 2 hours per day, three days per week (Monday-Friday) for 20 days between the hours of 8 am- 4 pm to ensure awareness and understanding of the clientele SRC serves. Following your volunteer period, you will choose a permanent schedule based on business needs. *After 90 calendar days of permanent employment at SRC, you will receive reimbursement for your volunteer hours as a sign-on bonus.
Background checks and fingerprinting are a requirement for all volunteers and employees.
Depending on their location, work setting, and level of education, a registered nurse may perform various duties. While most RNs provide direct patient care, specific job responsibilities, and daily activities vary based on the needs of the team within which the nurse serves, the patient’s needs, and the patient demographics.
Conduct physical exams to assess patient health needs and problems
Implement physicians’ orders, perform treatments, administer medications, and interpret special tests
Administer direct care to injured, disabled, ill, or convalescent patients
Review and maintain medical records
Implement and develop nursing care plans
Counsel patients and family members on disease prevention and health maintenance
Educate patients about their medical conditions and treatment plans
Maintain a safe, hygienic working environment
Provide emotional and psychological support
Recommend tools or devices that may improve the quality of life for the patient.
As a registered nurse, you will be responsible for assessing patient health problems, administering nursing care to ill, disabled, convalescent, or injured patients, maintaining vital medical records, implementing nursing care plans, advising patients on health maintenance, and providing guidance about preventative services, such as health screenings and medications.
robust set of technical nursing skills
“soft skills” and natural qualities, such as critical thinking, active listening, compassion, integrity, and attention to detail
A registered nurse (RN) has earned an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), has successfully passed the NCLEX-RN exam administered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCBSN), and has met all of the requirements to become a nurse outlined by their state’s licensing body (state board of nursing).
The scope of practice for a registered nurse is quite broad. RN roles range from providing direct patient care and implementing nursing care plans to instructing patients on disease prevention and health maintenance, as well as practicing independently in a variety of challenging settings.