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Corporate Health Nurse

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Jpmorgan Chase & Co. Fort Worth , TX 76102

Posted 3 months ago

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Corporate Health Nurse

Req #: 180096785

Location: Fort Worth, TX,US

Job Category: Corporate Staff

Job Description:

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.5 trillion and operations in more than 60 countries. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers, small business and commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management, and private equity.

JPMorgan Chase Health and Wellness Centers are onsite ambulatory clinics located within 29 of our US corporate campuses. Employees may visit for a variety of services which include urgent/emergent care, travel health consultation, biometric screening, health coaching and health education. By demonstrating excellent assessment skills, extensive clinical knowledge, and an understanding of professional, community, and corporate resources, JPMC Corporate Health Nurses help employees better understand their health needs, make informed decisions, and take the appropriate actions. Through the delivery of professional nursing care, JPMC nurses have the opportunity to develop trusted relationships with employees as well as other key stakeholders in the firm including Health Services personnel, business managers, human resources colleagues, area physicians, and local hospitals.

Responsibilities:

Demonstrates Clinical Distinction

  • Provides clinical nursing care for the management of occupational and non-occupational health conditions

  • Adheres to evidence-based, symptom driven established protocols

  • Provides follow-up with employees to ensure efficacy of interventions and directives

  • Coordinates and implements health promotion initiatives including health screenings, health assessments and health-related counseling/education

  • Plans and implements risk based, population - specific health promotion strategies for both group and individual health education

  • Is a certified health coach and offers health coaching programs that reflect adherence to established evidence-based curriculum (may obtain certification within first six months of employment)

  • Provides travel consultations and administers indicated immunizations for JPMC employees who are travelling for business

  • Documents all encounters in the computerized medical record /EHR, accurately and completely

  • Performs workplace environmental assessments, interacting with appropriate corporate colleagues

  • Facilitates employee requests for job accommodations

  • Facilitates ergonomic assessments and assists with workstation modification

  • Provides exposure assessment and follow up for medical and environmental issues

  • Coordinates daily operations as needed

Develops Client Relationships

  • Develops long term relationships with employees that engender confidence and trust in the care and/or advice provided

  • Demonstrates professionalism with employees, colleagues, and JPMC management team

  • Ensures the integrity and confidentiality of all health information

  • Assists with problem-solving focused on decreasing barriers to healthcare access

  • Works collaboratively with EAP, Employee Relations, Security, Facilities, Dining Services, Local Volunteer Groups and community partners as well as co-workers in health services

  • Attains high level of employee satisfaction as demonstrated through verbal and written feedback as well as employee satisfaction survey

Creates Value

  • Enhances the demonstration of Return on Investment reporting by accurately documenting all encounter information

  • Ensures efficient use of resources within health services

  • Provides referrals to: Employee Assistance Programs, health plans: condition management and/ or behavior modification program to optimize employee health and consumerism

  • Balance the client needs with business needs in processing reasonable accommodations

  • Demonstrates strong team loyalty and collaborates with team members to ensure that coverage is maintained within a cluster of health centers

  • Serves as a mentor for new corporate health nurses

Ensures Operational Excellence

  • Participates in clinical nursing audits and identifies strategies for remediation of deficiencies to target 100% compliance

  • Maintains universal standards for personal protection

  • Maintains OSHA compliance with record keeping

  • Follows all safety and environmental guidelines for storage and use of equipment

  • Disposes of all medical waste according to federal, state and local guidelines

  • Tracks expiration dates of all medical supplies and properly disposes when outdated

  • Operates CLIA-waived laboratory in accordance with federal, state and local guidelines

Qualifications

License/Certifications:

  • Current license to practice as a registered nurse in the state(s) of employment and practice

  • BLS certification

  • Certified Health Coach or eligible to complete within 9 mos. from DOH.

  • BSN and or certification in ambulatory care nursing, or occupational health nursing preferred

Experience/Proficiencies

  • Five or more years of nursing experience of which 3 years are in emergency room nursing, critical care, occupational health, urgent care or ambulatory clinic

  • Phlebotomy and EKG skills

  • Knowledge of case management, workers' compensation, and governmental regulations

  • Ability to make independent nursing judgments where appropriate

  • Demonstrated critical thinking skills

  • Strong demonstrated written and verbal communication skills

  • Computer proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, electronic health record software

  • Excellent interpersonal skills

  • Demonstrated ability to adapt working style and work in fast-paced corporate environment

  • Demonstrated sense of urgency and ability to appropriately escalate concerns to supervisors/ regional managers

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Corporate Health Nurse

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