RN Weekender Specialty Float Pool ED

RN Weekender Specialty Float Pool ED
Specialty Float Pool

Saint Peter's is the 5th hospital worldwide to earn Magnet status SIX times in a row. Our team of award-winning nurses is growing, and we are looking for talented, compassionate RNs to join our team.

The Weekender RN Program
Earn a week's worth of pay in a weekend's of work!
Work two 12-hour shifts per weekend.
Weekend schedule available from 7pm Friday to 7am Monday.
Work 24 hours and paid for 36 hours!
Earn Full-Time benefit rewards:
- Vacation Accrual
- Sick Leave
- Holiday Pay
- 401(k) Plan with company match
- Medical Benefits

The RN Weekender Specialty Float Pool ED will:
  • Assess the health status of assigned patients as outlined in the Nursing Standards.
  • Plan, implement and evaluate individualized care based on patient assessment and Multi-Disciplinary Plan of Care.
  • Provide direct patient care or direction and supervision to other health team members to ensure proper implementation of care in accordance with the requirements of the NJ Board of Nursing, current regulatory guidelines, the ANA Code of Ethics and institutional policies and procedures.
  • Teach patient/significant others about health/illness state and plan of care.
  • Ensure that patient/significant others are prepared for discharge and health maintenance in the home setting.
  • Ensure all procedures are performed based on established Standards of Care. Demonstrates competency in performing all procedures within own scope of practice, in accordance with the requirements of the N.J. Board of Nursing, current regulatory guidelines, and the ANA Code of Ethics as appropriate to the ages of the patients growth and development through the life cycle. (Neonates, Pediatrics, Adolescents, Adults, Geriatrics) Understands and implements the range of treatment needed by these patients.
  • Document all aspects of patient care.
  • Be knowledgeable of and initiates emergency procedures.
  • Maintain supplies and equipment.
  • Administer medications and parenteral therapies in accordance with SPUH policies.
  • Maintain patient safety, comfort and cleanliness.
  • Assume leadership role which is consistent with scope of practice.
  • Report all necessary information and/or unusual occurrences in accordance with established SPUH policies and procedures.
  • Maintain knowledge of and participates in Nursing Quality Improvement Activities.
  • Serve productively in Hospital/Divisional/Unit organization.
  • Use problem-solving methods to resolve issues that impact upon Nursing care.
  • Participate in education and development activities and maintains professional credentialing.
  • Participate in Unit orientation programs.
  • Participates as a reviewer in the peer review process.


• Licensed as a Registered Nurse in the State of New Jersey
• BSN preferred or must be obtained within three (3) years of hire date
• One (1 ) year of experience preferred

• BLS certification required, as approved by the American Heart Association.
• ACLS certification obtained during clinical orientation.
• PALS certification obtained during clinical orientation.
• ECG course completed during clinical orientation.

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