Join our team and work with the
Are you an RN looking for your
first management role? Do you have a passion for leading and
teaching other skilled nursing staff? The RN Unit Manager
provides, plans, coordinates or manages nursing care and health
education for nursing home residents.
At Ciena Healthcare, we take care of you too, with an attractive
benefit package including Competitive pay, Life Insurance, 401K
with matching funds, Health insurance,
In addition, we will help you advance your career with tuition
reimbursement, discounts and other support.
You will join an experienced, hard-working team that values
communication and strong teamwork abilities.
Some responsibilities of the RN Unit
- Supervises nursing care provided by
Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Certified Nursing
assistants and others
- Reviews and implements all nursing
procedures and systems.
- Assesses and evaluates the systems
which facilitate the delivery of quality Resident care and
performance of staff
- Uses a systematic approach in the
nursing process to provide individualized nursing care.
- Contributes to the Resident’s
assessment (MDS/CAA’s) and the development of a plane of care.
- Develops a plan of care based on
assessment, implementing nursing care.
- Evaluates the Resident’s responses
to nursing interventions.
the rational for the effect of medications and treatments and
correctly administer same
Founded in 1998, Ciena Healthcare is a leading innovator and one
largest providers of skilled
nursing and rehabilitation care services.
It is our honor to serve our residents that are in need of
short-term rehabilitative services as well as long-term care.
Our vision is to be the industry leader by
new perspectives and innovations and
adhering to quality standards that not only exceed regulatory
compliance, but achieve excellence in quality out comes
for our residents.
At Ciena, our mission is to provide
exceptional service to our
patients and residents. We are looking for employees who are
passionate about providing care in our
- Current state license to practice as a nurse., RN
- Current CPR certification and additional certification in
nursing specialty desired.
- Management or supervisor experience in long-term care or
geriatric nursing desired.