OverviewTo be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values - integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion - must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.
M.S.N., current Connecticut RN license, and a minimum of one year full-time clinical experience in a home health agency which included care of the sick or B.S.N., current Connecticut R.N. license, and three years of full-time clinical experience in nursing, at least one of which was in a home health agency which included care of the sick.
M.S.N or B.S.N. and current Connecticut RN license
Medium to heavy work: constant handling of under 10 pounds to occasional handling of 70 pounds. Frequent driving required. Standing, walking and handling are performed on a constant basis. Sitting, carrying, bending, lifting/lowering, pushing/pulling with whole body and with arms are performed on a frequent basis. Squatting/kneeling, twisting, and reaching are performed on an occasional basis. The highest physical demands of this position are incurred while transferring client requiring maximal assist of one or more persons, for example, side lying to sitting, sitting to standing, and lifting from chair, commode, toilet, or bed. Loads lifted or forces exerted up to 70 pounds for client weighing up to 220 pounds in height range of 15-36 inches. Clear vision. Accurate hearing.