SEARHC is a non-profit health consortium which serves the health interests of the residents of Southeast Alaska. We see our employees as our strongest assets. It is our priority to further their development and our organization by aiding in their professional advancement.
Working at SEARHC is more than a job, it’s a fulfilling career. We offer generous benefits, including retirement, paid time off, paid parental leave, health, dental, and vision benefits, life insurance and long and short-term disability, and more.
This position functions within the nursing department to assist patients and medical staff within the ambulatory care setting by providing a variety of nursing services to all ages (cradle to grave) of patients.
This position works within a nursing team which consists of RN’s, LPN’s, and unlicensed clinical assistants. They are responsible to perform full assessments, prioritize patient needs and patient flow, and perform skills and coordinate care as ordered by providers. In addition, the RN is expected to use critical thinking to work within standing orders to expedite care patient services. As necessary, the RN may work in other nursing roles, so that departmental functions are covered on a daily basis. Performs duties in a responsible, respectful and caring manner to promote effective relationships.
$38.36 - $46.78 per hour, DOE
Duty/Responsibility #1 (25%):
Performs initial assessments of patients who present for appointments or urgent care services. RN also provides telephone services including an assessment and advice of self-care &/or appropriate care options. Assessment will included POV, history of present illness, vital sign measurements as appropriate, gathering of gpra data, immunization status, preventative health needs and other tasks based on POV and anticipation of patient &/or providers needs.
Duty/Responsibility #2 (25%):
RN may take direction from provider through written, verbal and/or standing order. Administers therapeutic measures, including medication (oral, topical, IM, SQ, Intradermal, and IV push and infusion), operation and monitoring of specialized equipment, as indicated by patient needs. Initiates IV access, maintains site and discontinues IV therapy. Adding secondary IV therapies, which may require mixing of a concentrated medication solution or powder.
Duty/Responsibility #3 (25%):
Documents assessment, observation, nursing interventions, therapeutic measures, health counseling and education provided to patients either in person or by phone. Evaluates and documents patient’s comprehension of education.
Duty/Responsibility #4 (15%):
Maintains a clean and safe working environment, including adequate supplies. Upkeep of unit and equipment. Reporting/removal of any defective or missing equipment and safety hazards. Adheres to infection control policy and procedures
Duty/Responsibility #5 (5%):
Maintains annual competencies including safety and infection control requirements.
Duty/Responsibility #6 (5%):
Performs other duties as assigned, including special projects deemed necessary to provide comprehensive health services.
Baseline Qualification Requirements:
Other: Specify any desirable or additional qualifications beyond the baseline qualification requirements:
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
This position works within a very fast paced clinical setting. Physically the employee must be able to move at a quick pace, stand for long periods of time, ability to bend, stoop, climb, and move to the floor. Cognitively must be able to follow simple and complex directions and be able to perform multiple tasks at once. Additionally, the position requires the ability to anticipate needs of others and to seek help when appropriate.