RN - Wound Care Nurse/Center Director Job Listing at FCA Healthcare in MO (Job ID fcahealthcare-3664)
Hospital / Healthcare
RN - Wound Care Nurse/Center Director
Job Order Number: 4230-0026-19
# of openings: 1
Facility inMid-Missouriis currently seeking an experienced Wound Care Registered Nurse for a Center Director opportunity. Can be ASN, but prefer BSN. Must have 5 years of clinical experience including 1 year of experience as a wound care nurse. Will see a patient load in addition to administrative duties.
* Base salary plus production based incentive bonus
* Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance
* Relocation allowance
This Mid-Missouri city is one of the many historical sites of its region. This city offers a slower pace of life, which is great for raising families, or for individuals looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of big city living. This rural community is close-knit and has a host of diversified cultures. There are choices of both public and private schools and has major colleges and universities only 30 minutes away for continuing education.
If you’re shopping for hard-to-find or everyday items, chances are you’ll locate it right here. Clothing from infant to adult, antiques and collectables, floral arrangements, furniture, appliances, home décor, and more can be found in the diverse array of retail shopping establishments. This city has the majority of shopping options for the county. The smaller communities support stores for basic needs and groceries. Beyond that, you will find several antique stores, hunting supply stores, and specialty shops. You can also visit the Amish community to buy things that you will not find in the city.
Housing of every variety is available, from high end custom homes to affordable family housing. Home options available ranges from new subdivisions with modern housing to established neighborhoods with a nice selection of home styles. If you do not want to deal with yard work, attractive apartments are available in downtown. Want room to stretch your legs? Affordable acreages can be found throughout the area, along with larger farms and hunting tracts. Or if you prefer a small town atmosphere, take your pick of nearby cities within minutes of the area. Also, a variety of rental options, including apartments, duplexes, and houses, are also available.
The local communities have banded together to promote the improvement of parks and recreation available to both residents and visitors of this lovely city. The city has dedicated over 400 woods acres that feature picnics areas, cookout shelters, playgrounds, and walking trails with spectacular views of the surrounding nature. There are 50 acres of lakes for fishing and boating enthusiasts. Other recreational activities available are an aquatic center, basketball courts; both baseball and football fields available for public use as well league play. If hunting is a sport of choice, this city is known as being the most diversified in the state for gaming. Several acres of wildlife areas are here, featuring deer, turkey, rabbits, quail, squirrels, and doves for a hunter’s pleasure. And for those avid horseback riders, there is an abundance of trails available for use.
If the small town lifestyle is not for you, merely a short drive away is a bustling urban metropolitan area. This city is the fifth-largest city in Missouri, and the largest city in Mid-Missouri. The town is known as a college town and given the nicknames of “The Athens of Missouri,” College Town, USA,” and CoMo, due to the number of colleges and universities located here. Over half of the citizens possess a bachelor's degree and over a quarter hold graduate degrees, making it the 13th most highly educated municipality in the United States. This area has a highly diversified economy, and is often ranked high for its business atmosphere. Never a strong center of industry and manufacturing, the city's economic base relies on the education, medical, technology and insurance industries. Studies consistently rank this city as a top city in which to live for educational facilities, health care, technological savvy, economic growth, cultural opportunities and cost of living. The city has been ranked as high as the second-best place to live in the United States by Money Magazine's annual list.
This city’s most commonly recognizable architectural attributes reside downtown and within the university campuses. Widely used icons of the city are located at one on the city’s universities’ hall and the neo-gothic architecture of a notable building.
The downtown region of this metro area is approximately one square mile surrounded by the University of Missouri on the south, Columbia College on the north, and Stephens College to the east. The area serves as Columbia's financial and business district and is the topic of a large initiative to draw tourism, which includes plans to capitalize on the area's historic architecture, and bohemian characteristics
Looking for more entertainment and activities? Take a short trip to the nearby cities of Kansas City and St. Louis where there are professional sports, museums, and fine dining available for enjoyment.
This is a wonderful community in which to live. Couldn’t you see yourself living here?
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