As Colorado’s first licensed acute rehabilitation hospital, Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital is the region’s premier facility for an expansive range of physical and cognitive rehabilitation needs. Spalding has served the greater Denver area for more than 50 years, and has two convenient locations that specialize in stroke, traumatic brain injury, neurological, orthopedic, spine and amputee rehabilitation.
Our devoted rehabilitation team helps patients return to their functional lifestyles through individually designed programs. We enable patients to reach their goals through rehabilitation programs not only crafted specifically to individual patient needs, but also administered by some of the most highly skilled and trained providers in the Rocky Mountain region.
The rehabilitation staff nurse assists clients in adapting to an alternative lifestyle, while providing a therapeutic environment for patients’ and their families’ development.
The rehabilitation staff nurse designs and implements treatment strategies that are based on scientific nursing theory related to self-care and that promote physical, psychosocial, and spiritual health.
The rehabilitation staff nurse works in inpatient and outpatient settings and in acute and subacute settings.
Under the supervision of the Director of Rehabilitation Services, is responsible for the overall administration of the Rehabilitation Program including planning, budgeting, quality management, team building, clinical services, and marketing.
Essential functions include clinical supervisory duties, fiscal planning and management, personnel management, program development and planning, public relations/community outreach, compliance with internal/external standards including licensure, accrediting and regulatory agencies and other duties as assigned.
Current Colorado Registered Nurse License.
Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse eligible (Obtainable within 1 year of hire).
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Two years of progressive experience in clinical rehabilitative nursing and nursing management required.
Specialized experience/training preferred in diagnosis specific to program: traumatic brain injury, orthopedics, etc.
Excellent verbal/written communication skills, basic human resources/personnel management knowledge.
Strong clinical, leadership, and management skills; good interpersonal and interdisciplinary relationships: a high level of initiative and creative problem solving ability.
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