Diplomă de asistenta medicala emisă de un colegiu medical autorizat.
Aditional se solicita urmatoarele certificate cu termen de valabilitate pentru minim 1 an din momentul aplicarii:
1. ACLS- Advanced Cardiac Life Support - minim 1 an
2. PALS - Pediatric Advanced Life Support - minim 1 an
3. ATLS (sau ITLS)- Advanced Trauma Life Support
4. BLS - Basic Life Support- minim 1 an
Experiență de asistenta medicala de minim trei ani în ingrijiri de diverse boli; experienta in unitati de primiri urgente medicale si terapie intensiva, anestezie si chirurgie.
Contract : 26 saptamani
Salariul net :
CELEBRITY CRUISES NURSE $ 4883
PULLLMANTUR CRUISES NURSE $ 3450
ROYAL Caribbean NURSE $ 5834
SKY SEA Cruise NURSE $ 4883
AZAMARA Club Cruises NURSE $ 5590
Facilitati : cazare, masa, plata bilete avion, rambursare costuri vize, servicii medicale oferite GRATUIT la bord
Cazarea : cazare in cabina "double"
Programul de lucru : Medicii și asistentele medicale lucrează în ture de la orele 8:00 am la orele 11:00 am și de la orele 3:00 pm la orele 6 pm și preiau apeluri și în afara orelor de program. Turele se rotesc astfel încât să permită angajaților să aibă și timp liber.
Cost imbarcare : analizele medicale, detinere pasaport turistic si certificat SSD ( Security Awareness)
Taxe Agentie : NU se percep taxe de recrutare/ imbarcare
NURSE’S JOB DESCRIPTION
DEPARTMENT: Marine / Medical
NUMBER OF STRIPES: 2.0
General medical Registered Nurse responsibilities.
This person is expected to provide medical nursing services to all Guests and Crewmembers who need it. The Nurse shall assist the Staff Captain, Senior Doctor, Doctor and Chief Nurse in all shipboard health-related matters including outbreak prevention, and illness reporting as required by international, national and Company policies.
In order to consistently exceed guest expectations and provide the highest levels of product and services, additional duties and responsibilities may be assigned as needed.
Required Documents upon Boarding
Nurses must bring the following documents or their photocopies with them when they arrive to the ship: Nursing School Diploma, ACLS, PALS and professional license certificates that are valid for the entire lengths of their contract. It is the responsibility of the Nurse to take the courses and tests that are necessary to keep these licenses valid along with any necessary post graduate credits.
· Intermediate to Advanced verbal and written level of English is required.
· Bachelor of Science in Nursing or foreign equivalent is required.
· Valid nursing license from country or State/Province of origin is required.
The Nurse shall have an understanding of the Safety and Quality Management System (SQM) and carry out the policies and procedures appropriate for his/her position.
· Provide administrative assistance to the Doctor and Senior Doctor including completion of medical forms/reports and the medical inventory.
· Ensure confidentiality of medical information.
· Provide First-Aid instruction for crew members as directed by the Doctor, the Staff Captain and oversees the operation, good order and cleanliness of the Medical Center and Secondary Medical Space.
· Assist the Doctor in carrying out his professional responsibilities and duties.
· Provide nursing care for minor and major emergency situations for passengers and crew.
· The Nurses need to do a triage of every patient. It is the responsibility of the Nurse to immediately inform the Doctor when she finds or suspects that a patient has a life threatening condition or has any abnormality in the vital signs.
· In addition to assisting the Doctor with patient care, the Nurses have a variety of administrative responsibilities in relation to care of guests and crew and management of the Medical Facility and pharmacy.
· Generally, it is the responsibility of all Nurses to become fully versed with the policies and procedures of the ship as well as the particular requirements of the Doctor under whom the Nurse will serve. Each Nurse will serve at scheduled times on a medical "on call" roster each day. During this period, the Nurse will assist the Doctor on duty.
· When any member of the medical staff receives a telephone call or otherwise becomes aware of a potentially serious guest or crew medical issue outside established office hours, that contact or telephone call should be followed-up by an "in person" visit with the patient by a member of the medical staff, which should then be documented accordingly in medical records.
· The Nurse must participate in all lifeboat and emergency drills held on board unless excused by the Staff Captain.
· The Nurse will have responsibility for the preparation and maintenance of medical logs, crew medical records and reports. On each voyage, the Nurse must prepare for the Doctor's review and signature the following:
- Daily Illness Log - Crew and guest Sick Lists;
- Log of Shoreside Medical Referrals;
- Infectious Disease and Diarrhea Log;
- Narcotic Count Log; and,
- Medical Supplies Usage/Consumption Report.
· The Nurse must also assist in maintaining a proper inventory level of pharmaceutical and medical supplies, and prepare requisitions as needed for the Doctor's signature. The inventory of pharmaceuticals aboard the ship must be conducted on a weekly basis as well as whenever there is a change in medical personnel aboard ship. Risk Management and the Director or Medical Operations should be advised of any substantial missing items or supplies.
· The Nurse must follow the Doctor's instruction with respect to inspection of equipment and supplies. He/she must follow the Doctor's orders for weekly inspection of diagnostic and life support equipment for proper working order and for emergency code kits at the emergency stations throughout the vessel to be certain the equipment is properly stocked, that medications are within current date and that oxygen bottles are full.
· The Nurse must ensure that all expired medications are removed from the shelves and are disposed of according to environmental policies or, if applicable, return them to the vendor in case that a medication has any refund value.
· The Doctor will require daily inspection and testing of all battery operated equipment in the Medical Facility including the EKG, defibrillation equipment, resuscitator and the like. The Nurse will be instructed to discharge the capacitors of the defibrillator on a daily basis to assure proper working order. The Nurse will maintain a log of all weekly and daily equipment inspections. Sample checklists are in Chapter 8.
· Test the water samples delivered to the medical facility for this purpose using the method designated by Public Health (such as Colisure) and maintain a log of test results. The Nurse must report any positive and negative findings immediately to the Doctor and the Staff Captain.
· While on duty, the Nurse must answer the telephone in the Medical Facility. Personnel should always answer the telephone politely: "Medical center, Nurse (name), speaking." During office hours, on Royal Caribbean ships, the Nurse must remain in the Medical Facility at all times except for: meals, official errands and emergency cabin calls. On Celebrity ships, two Nurses must be present at the medical facility during office hours. The Nurse should use the walkie-talkie, the beeper and taped phone messages when out of the office during duty hours.
· The Nurse is involved in the provision of medical care to crew members who are injured or ill while in service of the ship. The Nurse will request appointments for shoreside referrals via the Crew Medical Department, notify the pertinent department heads and prepare a list of referral appointments to forward to the Chief Purser and Customs Official.
· The Nurse will maintain a log of all shoreside medical referrals and file shoreside referral medical reports in each crew member's files after the Doctor has viewed them.
· Maintain current medical records for all crew members.
· Schedule appointments for the regular shipboard medical examinations of crew members, and notify the appropriate department head of the appointment date and time.
· Under circumstances where the Nurse learns of accidents involving guests or crew, report the matter to the Staff Captain immediately verbally and in writing.
· The Nurse's daily work schedule is determined by the Doctor. The duties may include the following:
- Seeing patients (guests and crew) as necessary.
- Conducting water tests throughout the ship on a rotational basis.
- Ordering medication, supplies and stationery.
- Checking and cleaning equipment.
- Preparing daily, weekly and monthly logs, reports and forms as necessary.
- Submitting necessary completed forms to shoreside.
- Triage/Evaluate patients in order to help the Doctor to establish eventual emergencies needing immediate treatment during crowded office hours.
· Fill the nursing assessment/intervention part of the crew medical examination paper.
Nurse needs to be available at all time in order to assist the Doctor or Senior Doctor with any medical cases.
Nature and Scope
Asistenta medicală la bord asigură servicii de asistență medicală tuturor angajaților de pe mare și oaspeților și ajută Căpitanul și alți membri de personal de la bord în toate chestiunile legate de îngrijiri medicale acordate pe mare, inclusiv raportarea îmbolnăvirilor și prevenirea epidemiilor. Pe lângă faptul că asistă Medicul, ajută și la gestionarea operațiunilor zilnice din clinică/spital; oferă instrucțiuni de prim ajutor membrilor de echipaj; și testează mostrele de apă. Autorizație valabilă de asistentă medicală; certificate ACLS și BLS; minim trei ani de instruire clinică post-universitară; minim un an de experiență practică în Asistență Cardiacă Avansată; minim un an de experiență în unități de Îngrijiri coronare, de urgență și de terapie intensivă; și minim un an de experiență în Acordarea primului ajutor - acestea sunt unele dintre cerințele postului