Our licensed Nurses work to deliver quality, safe, and effective care while following compliant nursing practices to our care recipients.
At OSH, children and their families depend on licensed nurses to provide skilled care to meet their needs so they can feel comfortable and live safely in their community. The duties of a Skilled Nurse are comprehensive, as nurses play an active role in not only delivering care, but also developing care plans, monitoring progress, conducting evaluations, and collaborating with family and additional support staff to ensure successful outcomes with each child. We act as the ultimate resource center for families in managing their child’s care.
Open Systems Healthcare seeks professional RNs and LPNs for our part-time and full-time positions that serve pediatric clients. When you join Open Systems Healthcare, you’re joining a supportive team that is committed to helping you advance your career through clinical training and up-to-date skills labs.
We take pride in knowing our nurses and families well to make the best matches, and we do whatever it takes to help our nurses succeed. Through Meet & Greets, orientation shifts, and ongoing education, our team will work with you one-on-one to ensure you are on a case where you will thrive and grow.
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The care professionals at Open Systems Healthcare are the cornerstone to fulfilling our mission to provide excellent home care. They directly influence the success and trajectory of our services, and we aim to recognize and appreciate their hard work every day. OSH and its care professionals have a relationship built on mutual respect, trust, and professionalism born out of our commitment to valuing our incredible team and giving credit where it’s due.
We understand that flexibility, consistency, and a welcoming environment are important factors in making sure you thrive and reach your career goals. When you walk into our office, you’ll never be treated like a “contractor”, you’ll be treated like kin.
Weekly paychecks, rapid on-boarding, and ample training resources are just a few of the ways we’ve structured our benefits to support you in any way you need. You will always have a point of contact at OSH for any questions or concerns.
You will need the following documentation before you can start working as a care professional at OSH:
- A copy of your license or certificate
- Evidence of a tuberculosis screening
- Proof of eligibility to work in the U.S.
- Two satisfactory and verifiable references (including name, phone number and details on working relationship)
To protect our employees and clients, we also complete a background check and drug screen (requirements vary by state; contact your local office to see if this applies in your area).
Have more questions or need help gathering the necessary documents? Give us a call at 1-855-616-2662.
You will be paid for on-boarding at OSH. On-boarding is a quick process, where cases are often on-boarded within 24 hours.
The right fit between caregiver and client is essential — our team will work hard to match you with the best caregiver jobs that meet your needs and hours requirement.
Industry standards and your specific experience make an impact on your specific salary.
We know that our employees value flexibility, so you’ll receive weekly paychecks at OSH.