NEW HOPE COMMUNITY, LOCH SHELDRAKE, NY
Job for RN or Graduate Nurse:
Join the growing specialty of Developmental Disability Nursing. Learn a specialty from the best and get up to a $5000 bonus! Graduate Nurses are encouraged to apply and start working prior to taking the NCLEX. RN licensure must be complete within 6-months of hire date. (If requested, assistance will be provided to prepare for the exam.)
New Hope Community is a not-for-profit human services organization serving the Hudson Valley region of New York. We provide support for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities such as autism and Down syndrome. Established in 1975 to serve as a nurturing and caring alternative to large institutions, New Hope Community has become recognized as a leading provider in the human services field. New Hope Community’s breadth of services includes clinical and nursing care, residential services, day programming, community habilitation, self-direction, service navigators, education, recreation and leisure activities, a robust supported employment program, and so much more. New Hope Community has always maintained a person-centered approach toward enhancing the lives of people with disabilities and actively advocates for individual choice in a person’s efforts to live, work and participate fully in his or her community. New Hope Community provides services to over 500 people and employ more than 600 staff.
At New Hope Community, you’ll find the perfect balance of a satisfying career and a rewarding lifestyle. Our focus is on people, both the people we support and the people who dedicate themselves to caring for them. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that one in six, or 17% of children age 3 to 17 have one or more developmental disabilities, and the numbers are rising. Our visionary leaders and dedicated, caring professionals work to understand the needs of the people we support and ensure they have the best life possible. Through mentorship and continuing education classes, we will support your professional development with the Developmental Disabilities Nurses Association from RN to RN, CDDN (Certified Developmental Disability Nurse). Certification in this specialty demonstrates that a nurse possesses specialized knowledge in DD nursing, indicating advanced experience, competence, and proficiency beyond that required for basic nursing licensure.
Being a certified CDDN promotes your choice of specialization, enhancing recognition by colleagues, employers and other professionals as a highly credentialed professional in the specialty of DD nursing. Most importantly, as a certified nurse you also benefit the profession of nursing, the specialty of developmental disabilities nursing, and the care of those you serve.
Top Benefits or Perks
As a team member at New Hope Community, you will enjoy:
• Benefits: Medical, vision and dental care, life insurance, paid time off
• Career development: Mentoring program in a growing field
• Pension and retirement plan (403B)
• Flexible work schedule
• Life planning with our Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
New Hope Community is in the beautiful Catskill mountains of New York; Only 90 miles north of New York City. If you are looking to be close to a major city, but far enough away to enjoy a rural atmosphere, New Hope Community is your answer. We invite to make your professional home with us and begin your career as a Developmental Disability Nurse.
To be considered for our Developmental Disability Nurse opportunity, please submit your resume to email@example.com by June 1, 2023. If we accept your application, we will be in touch to schedule an interview. We look forward to having you join our team of professionals.