Indiana Health Centers, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or in the provision of services.
The position listed below is open and available to all qualified candidates. Any individuals interested in submitting their application for candidacy should do so in writing. All submissions should identify the position. Please forward all resumes and cover letters to Stephenie Knoll at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
The Clinic Nurse contributes to IHC’s mission and goals of client satisfaction, quality of care, cost competitiveness, and productivity by maintaining proper inventories of medications and properly dispensing them to clients. The Clinic Nurse is an important part of the IHC Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) team. The Clinic Nurse works with the Nurse Manager/Clinic Nurse Supervisor and clinic providers to reinforce patient education during the process of medication distribution.
Evaluation of performance
Performance will be evaluated based on meeting specific goals, productivity measures, employee satisfaction scores, and other quality indicators for this position such as: IHC strategic objectives; site strategic objectives; functional capabilities; leadership and/or employee capabilities; IHC commitments, quality measures, and productivity measures.
Application of knowledge
Clinic Nurse requires knowledge of detailed processes, methods, and techniques, as well as practical knowledge of a primary and public health area. Knowledge permits the employee to schedule and carry out the steps of a treatment or examination or to complete important steps of a procedure.
Job controls and complexity
The Clinic Nurse carries out work with minimal supervisory direction (i.e., the supervisor sets only goals, priorities and deadlines) and modifies guidelines that do not cover all situations and problems. Supervisor provides direction on methods only for unprecedented work. Processes and procedures vary from one assignment to the next, although assignments are related in function and objective. Based on assignment, the Clinic Nurse must use diverse but conventional methods, techniques, or approaches. Work affects accuracy, reliability, or acceptability of further processes or services.
Critical skills and behaviors
Logic and analysis – Able to:
Communication and Relationship Building –Able to:
Public Health Nursing – Able to:
Administration and Management –Able to:
Process Improvement – Able to:
Technology –proficient in computer skills, including typing and use of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, eCW, etc
Able to prioritize, organize tasks and time, and follow up. Takes initiative and needs little supervision. Completes other duties as assigned.
Graduation from an accredited school of nursing; RN or LPN license in the state of Indiana.
Physical demands and work environment
Work is considered moderately strenuous with some lifting of 30 to 50 pounds, walking and/or standing for long periods of time. Moderate risk requires special mitigating precautions and/or protective gloves, mask or clothing due to potential risk form chemicals and diseases. Must be able to operate standard office machinery, including a computer, keyboard, telephone, etc.