Pinnacle Rehab Staffing

  • Registered Nurse RN -- Home Health (Skilled Nursing Visit) -- Great Benefits!

    Job Location US-CT-New Milford
    Job ID
    Registered Nurse
    Postal Code
  • Overview

    Seeking a Registered Nurse (RN) for a position doing skilled nursing visits with adult and geriatric medical / surgical patients in the Home Health Care setting.  The Registered Nurse is not required to have Home Health experience, however the nurse must have at least one year of experience with geriatric medical/surgical patients in the skilled nursing facility SNF setting if no home health experience.  The field registered nurse position in home health care is sometimes called a case manager, as you will be managing the cases of your home health patients.  This registered nurse position is with a homecare company that has been in business many years, therefore it has stability and longevity. The pay and benefits are generous for this Registered Nurse Position and the schedule is very flexible.  All interested RN candidates please apply.


    Benefits for the Home Health Registered Nurse RN Case Manager Position:  

    • The pay is salaried, so you will receive their dependable weekly pay no matter what happens with the census.
    • The agency is contracted with two local ortho docs who refer all their fresh joints to the agency-- so most of your patients will be fairly high functioning and will make a lot of progress.  Plus, because the patients are high-functioning, there will be less lifting involved than most home health agencies and less lifting than most settings too!
    • Health Insurances--  Several tiers to choose from plus the companies pays for 75% of the employee's premium and 50% of their dependents premiums, which is much higher than most companies.
    • Health Savings Account (HSA)
    • Dental
    • Vision
    • Paid time off is generous--  26 paid days off to start (5 weeks) and 31 paid days off after one year.   (15 vacation, 6 holidays, 5 sick to start, then after just one year the PT will get 5 additional vacation days-- so 20 vacation days, 6 holidays and 5 sick days after one year).  It also goes up by years of service after that.
    • Short term disability
    • FREE Long term disability-- it’s paid 100% by employer
    • 401K with Retirement Plan with company match
    • Electronic charting
    • FREE Life insurance-- the company pays for the life insurance equal to one year of your salary
    • Paid mileage
    • Continuing education benefit


    RN JOB REQUIREMENTS: The Registered Nurse does NOT need home health experience but must have at least one year of experience working with adult and geriatric medical / surgical patients in the  skilled nursing facility (SNF) or home health care setting.   The RN must be Registered Nurse.  The Registered Nurse must have a current license in the state.  The Registered Nurse must either be a US Citizen or have your green card.



    ***We will be emailing all Registered Nurse candidates follow-up questions so please be watching your email that you used to apply to this position.




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