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This position is based in Richland, WA
*THIS POSITION IS NOTIONAL AND CONTINGENT UPON CONTRACT AWARD*
This contract provides occupational medical services to the Department of Energy and Hanford site employees. The services are provided at two clinics, one in Richland, WA and one in the 200-West area of the Hanford Site and is responsible for the health and safety needs of more than 8,000 Hanford workers. The Nursing Director shall have the supervisory responsibility of the nursing staff in the provision of all medical services.
Shall possess at a minimum a Bachelor's of Science in Nursing (BSN).A Master's of Science in Nursing (MSN) or relevant field (e.g. MBA Masters of Public Health (MPH) is a plus
Shall be a Certified Occupational Health Nurse (COHN)
Shall have a minimum of 5 years of nursing supervisory experience in an occupational health setting in the provision of a complex occupational medical program to include; but, not limited to, medical monitoring and qualification examinations, medical surveillance, diagnosis and treatment of injury or illness, monitored care, legacy health issues, employee counseling and health promotion, occupational health process improvement, records management, emergency and disaster preparedness, health care cost management, records management, field/facility visits, case management, records and data extraction, reporting, supporting transition and other occupational medical services
Have knowledge of accreditation standards, risk management principles and practice, and quality improvement process.
Experience in leading a clinical element supporting organizational achievement of accreditation by a national accreditation body is highly desirable
Must possess and maintain current AHA BLS and ACLS certification
Must be eligible for DOE Access Authorization
Candidate must live or be willing to relocate to the Richland, WA area and committed to the position for two years
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide timely, appropriate and cost-effective tests and examinations, as required, in support of the Hanford Site missions (including outsourced/subcontracted ancillary testing and laboratory work)
â¢ Provide timely Occupational Health related diagnosis and limited initial and urgent
treatment of injuries or occupationally-related diseases
â¢ Provide a medical monitoring program for prior exposures and current potential
exposures from chemical substances and/or physical agents, with a commensurate
action/response program that will be protective of human health and the future wellbeing of Hanford Site workers
â¢ Enhance worker health and wellness
â¢ Provide occupational medical service staff, processes and systems that areconsistent with an efficient and effective operation
â¢ Provide appropriate medical support for emergency preparedness planning, drills, and response to actual emergencies
â¢ Conduct epidemiological data gathering and health analyses in support of a long-range role of the Contractor in assuring the protection of employee health and a reduction of agency liability
? Conduct efforts to reduce the incidence of work-related illnesses and injuries
? Develop and implement innovative approaches and adopt practices that foster
continuous improvement in rendering of occupational medical services at the Hanford Site
Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office work environment.
Work involves sitting and standing for prolonged periods of time.
May require bending, stooping and lifting up to 15 lbs.
Comprehensive Health Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, veteran status, gender identity, and sexual orientation, and other statuses protected by law.