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I am a new grad and got a job as ALF director position!

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OncRNMichelle specializes in Oncology.

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wow!!! what happened that made you leave?? you sounded happy.

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OncRNMichelle specializes in Oncology.

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i got a new job in a skilled nursing setting and left alf facility :)

[color=#ff0099]wow! what happened to make you leave?? you sounded happy where you were.

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OncRNMichelle specializes in Oncology.

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Sorry for the double post :uhoh3:

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I have my LPN. That is my pay scale at this moment until I finish 4 months training. I will take my board in a few months so yes if I fail my board HECK! LOL ok it is not funny. They already told me after 4 months of training if I don't like it, I have a choice to step out - wish me luck! And again. Thank you ya'all

:wideyed::wideyed::wideyed:I thought you would require MS to be a director of anything? Or min BSN but with many years of experience?

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Nascar nurse has 25 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in LTC & Hospice.

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:wideyed::wideyed::wideyed:I thought you would require MS to be a director of anything? Or min BSN but with many years of experience?

ThinkAgain....think again (sorry - couldn't help myself). I am a Director of Nursing in LTC and "only" have a ASN as do MANY other DON's in LTC. Very common.

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ThinkAgain....think again (sorry - couldn't help myself). I am a Director of Nursing in LTC and "only" have a ASN as do MANY other DON's in LTC. Very common.

Do you have experience in managment? Charge nurse, supervisor? And may I ask why you emphasized the word "only" like that?:unsure: Am I missing something? (If I offended you, Im sorry, really didn't mean to).

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NRSKarenRN has 40 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Vents, Telemetry, Home Care, Home infusion.

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OP left ALF position less than 1 yr after hiring, ~ 6 months after license received. So another turnover in management staff which has to impact overall patient care. Most organizations track turnover and less than 1 yr in managment a poor hire on part of HR.

Closing this thread as OP has not been back since April and has run its course.

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