Examples of Work Employee must possess a clear knowledge of and competence in the following:
Perform all routine medical procedures per delineation of privileges (to be listed in Protocol Manual). Perform all necessary opening and closing procedures. Serve as triage nurse, evaluate the needs of the students presenting in person, or by telephone. Respond to phone calls from students who have medical questions. Follow up on those students who are seriously ill. Care for students requiring first aid and/or routine illnesses not needing a physician or nurse practitioner's attention. Instruct and prepare patients for examination and diagnostic procedures. Assist in examination and special procedures to include, but not limited to: Injections, diagnostic procedures, minor surgery (i.e. removal of stitches), and other special tasks. Assist and/or implement the referral process, provide patient education, advise patient on self care, needed follow up and suggested behaviors. Perform a variety of license specific nursing procedures at a skilled professional level, to include (but not limited to) wound care, dressing changes, pulmonary treatments, peak flow monitoring, venipuncture, urinalysis, suture removal, IV starts, and ear lavage. Monitor lab work and special studies to include advising patients of lab results after the appropriate medical practitioner approval and advisement or as directed by standing orders. Maintain the stock, cleanliness and utility of exam rooms, equipment and work areas. Must assure the sterility and safe handling of supplies and equipment. Is responsible for the maintenance of properly functioning equipment. Ability to handle emergent and/or potentially critical situations with speed, accuracy and diplomacy. Know correct procedure for all documentation, paper work including, but not limited to; lab work and log sheets, immunization program, drug screening, and special lab tests. Must assure patient privacy at all times and maintain patient confidentiality. Fully knowledgeable of Federal HIPAA and FERPA requirements. Must assure the protection of self, patients, and co-workers from undue exposure to infectious diseases, contaminated waste and hazardous materials. Bloodborne pathogen trained. Assist SHC Director with implementation of immunization program for University of San Diego. Interface with Registrar and Housing in program enforcement. Supervise ancillary personnel in maintenance and coordination of immunization records. Dispense pre-packaged, labeled, properly identified medications to patient on a patient specific order. Dispense non-prescription meds in accordance with professional guidelines. Familiarized with duties of front office to provide back-up support for Administrative Assistant as needed (i.e.: telephone protocol, appointments, computer access etc). to insure smooth operation of Health Center. Participate in weekly QA and educational meetings to be held at the SHC. Participate in health-related campus-wide activities such as immunization clinics, health screenings for collegiate athletes, health education seminars for campus life. May function as committee member of interdisciplinary teams with representatives from Athletics, Counseling, Alcohol and Drug Services, and other entities providing for the well-being of students. Attend committee meetings and act as liaison between SHC and wellness committees. May function as committee member of interdisciplinary teams with representatives from Athletics, Counseling, Alcohol and Drug Services, and other entities providing for the well-being of students. Attend committee meetings and act as liaison between SHC and wellness committees.
Performance Expectations: Knowledge, Skills & Abilities PERFORMANCE OF JOB DUTIES: Performs all duties in an accurate, thorough, and efficient manner. Performs other duties as required. Is able to organize workflow to meet the needs of the patient flow. Is able to adjust the workflow to meet the most critical needs first. Understands and follows policies as outlined in the office manual. Understands and displays good general medical knowledge.
INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS: Has good interpersonal skills and is able to communicate effectively at all times. Works well with family members, patients and other non-medical personnel. Adheres to the highest medico-legal standards of nursing practice. Works as a team member, demonstrates excellent interpersonal and communication skills with SHC team. Upholds the mission of University of San Diego at all times.
WORK HABITS Shall maintain a clean, neat and professional appearance at all times. Consistently meets assigned work schedule. Observes appropriate conduct standards.
INITIATIVE: Is motivated and shows ambition in performing job duties. Recognizes and completes needed projects. Uses information systems to solve problems and answer questions. JUDGEMENT: Shows emotional stability. Deals with difficult situations in a calm and effective manner. Knows when to bring a medical problem to the attention of the Medical Director.
Qualifications: Graduate of approved School of Nursing. Current active California RN licensure. Possession of a current valid CPR certificate is required. BSN preferred. Must have broad knowledge base of professional nursing practice, policies and procedures; current knowledge of drug and treatment protocols common to ambulatory care. Ability to perform triage quickly and effectively. One year of professional nursing experience which demonstrates evidence of ability to work independently.
Special Conditions of Employment Upon hire and throughout employment, must meet the criteria for credentialing and privileging as required by the Student Health Center. Employment is conditioned on the University's approval of employment following its acceptance of the results of a criminal background investigation. Regardless of whether a candidate has commenced working, the University reserves the right to rescind any offer of employment at any time should the results of a background investigation be unacceptable to the University.
Background check: Successful completion of a pre-employment background check.
Degree Verification Requirement: Persons offered employment in this position will be required to provide official education transcripts for degree verification purposes.
Salary: $38.00 - $39.00 per hour
Hours: 27 per week
Closing date: Open until filled
Note: External job postings will be up for at least five days. After that time, applications will be reviewed by the hiring manager/committee throughout the posting period. A candidate may be selected at any time which could then close this posting on a date earlier than listed.
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