Hospice of Petaluma is hiring a full-time Hospice Registered
Location: Petaluma, CA
Work Schedule: Full time - 64 Biweekly hours
Shift: 8 Hour Days
The Hospice Registered Nurse provides prescribed nursing care
service to Hospice patients and their families in a home setting,
Respite Care Facility (RCFE) or a skilled nursing facility
Advanced communication skills (verbal and written)
Demonstrated knowledge of end of life care
Minimum Position Qualifications:
Complete necessary education to attain RN Licensure in state of
1 year Professional nursing experience.
Licenses and Certifications:
Current California RN license
CA Driver's License
Current automobile liability insurance
Current Basic Life Support
Preferred Position Qualifications:
1 year Hospice Registered Nurse experience
Licenses and Certifications:
Hospice/Palliative Care Nurse certification
St. Joseph Home Care Network (SJHCN) is a Home Health ministry
of St. Joseph Health, serving three Northern California counties;
Humboldt County, Napa County and Sonoma County.
Our networks of compassionate, highly skilled employees are
dedicated to putting the patient first to improve the health of
individuals and families in our community.
The Home Health caregivers assist in restoring a patient's
optimal health and support the family by going into the home and
ministering to the physical, psychological and spiritual needs of
the patient and family members.
Our home care services are a literal representation of reaching
out to our community to care for our dear neighbors.
Company: St. Joseph Home Care Network
Category: Hospice Nursing
Information For Job Seekers: Recruitment and Hiring During
During these uncertain times, providing a safe, exceptional
hiring experience remains a top priority.
Are Providence St. Joseph Health and their family of
organizations still hiring?
Yes. We have an urgent need for clinical and non-clinical
workers to care for our patients. We are actively recruiting across
all regions and locations for temporary, part-time and full-time
positions while taking necessary precautions to ensure the safety
of our candidates, patients, caregivers and communities.
Are job interviews still happening?
Yes. To minimize risk, we now offer virtual interviews as an
alternative to in-person interviews across all of our regions and
Is travel still allowed for out-of-area applicants?
No. However, we are scheduling virtual interviews for all
candidates needing to travel. Travel for interviews is not allowed
until further notice.
Are new employee/caregiver orientations still happening?
Yes. For the safety of our new and current caregivers, we are
launching a virtual New Caregiver Orientation experience effective
March 30, 2020. This experience will welcome new caregivers and
ensure they have all the required information, including knowledge
of our organizations' safety and regulatory procedures. Our Promise
is to “Know Me, Care for Me, Ease My Way,” and we are committed to
this promise during virtual orientation.
What are you doing to keep your employees/caregivers safe?
We need to keep our caregivers safe, so they can safely care for
our patients. Facing a massive national shortage of personal
protective equipment (PPE) to fight COVID-19, we sought innovative
solutions from our teams and communities. Due to initiatives like
the 100 Million Mask Challenge , we are pleased to announce
that we are moving to the practice of “universal masking.” This
means, starting with our hardest-hit communities, we will supply a
medical-grade mask to every caregiver who works in a clinical
setting at the beginning of each shift. We are committed to
universal masking in our most affected communities for as long as
How are you supporting your employees/caregivers through these
difficult and unprecedented times?
We’re listening to our people. We know many of our caregivers
and their family members are experiencing stress and anxiety due to
the increased burden of COVID-19. We have a range of resources that
can support their emotional needs, free of charge. We're also
providing added benefits for child care, emergency loans and more.
Learn more here .
Where can I learn more about Providence St. Joseph Health's
COVID-19 response measures?
For more about our organization's response to COVID-19, please
visit our coronavirus advisory site.
St. Joseph Health (SJH) is an integrated Catholic health care
delivery system sponsored by the St. Joseph Health Ministry.
It is organized into three regions:
West Texas/Eastern New Mexico
We provide a full range of care facilities including 16 acute
care hospitals, home health agencies, hospice care, outpatient
services, skilled nursing facilities, community clinics and
physician groups. All of our hospital and home health entities are
accredited by the Joint Commission.
In our award-winning facilities, SJH maintains a “continuum of
care,” matched to the diverse needs of the urban centers, smaller
cities and rural communities who depend on us every day.
Learn more about what sets St. Joseph Health and its affiliates
apart from other health care systems.
Mission, Vision and Values