Henrico Health and Rehabilitation has an exciting opportunity for a Unit Manager, RN in our 120 bed skilled rehab center in Highland Springs, VA.
The Unit Manager will oversee clinical operations of the unit and is responsible for staff supervision of nurses and CNAs, as well as interfacing with physicians, QI reporting and follow-up, and providing clinical expertise to staff as needed. This unit provides care for our most clinically acute patients and residents. Typical hours are Monday through Friday day shift, with some weekend and on-call duties.
• Current license by the VA Board of Nursing to practice as a Registered Nurse.
• Minimum three to five years of experience as an RN, preferably in long term care.
• Comprehensive knowledge of federal and state regulations as they relate to long term care.
• Nursing Management experience preferred.
• BSN preferred.
We offer a competitive rate of pay and a comprehensive benefits package for full time associates which includes affordable health and dental insurance within 30-60 days of hire, free life insurance, paid time off, extra pay for holidays, 401k with 50% company match, scholarship opportunities, and continuing education.
Working for MFA at a LifeWorks Rehab and Skilled Nursing Center is no ordinary career. It takes pride and dedication. It takes a critical combination of technical skills balanced with people skills. Most of all it takes a unique person, with a caring heart and a passion for helping others. It's more than just a job...it's a calling.
What makes MFA such a unique team to be a part of? At the heart of everything we do is our MFA "Commitment to Care. Passion for Caring" philosophy that touches everything we do. We believe that giving the best care requires more than just treating patients...it requires knowing them as people. It's more than just caring for caring about them. Our unique, inclusive approach to healthcare creates the perfect environment for healing, and translates to better outcomes and a more personal, rewarding experience for patients and employees alike.
When you are part of the MFA family, you have the opportunity to touch people's lives each and every day by being an integral part of their recovery. Along the way you'll have almost unlimited opportunity for career growth and achievement. It's an incredibly rewarding and enriching experience. It's also a deeply important responsibility, and we hold our employees to exceptionally high standards.