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Staff RN II: Occasional Worker

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The University Of Oklahoma Norman , OK 73071

Posted 2 months ago

TITLE: Staff Registered Nurse II

POSITION INFORMATION: This position is for an RN (AN,BSN) who can lead wellness screenings events for Family Medicine's Health at Work program.

This will require working after hours and occasional weekends. Will lead other nursing staff (MA's, CNA's) on taking vitals and will also need to be able to provide feedback on screenings- a "Know Your Numbers" type review.

Some training and resources will be provided but this individual needs to be comfortable being the lead and able to follow protocols in emergency situations.

(ie, when to call 911 or the Health @ Work Medical Director.)

Occasional position, no benefits provided.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:
1.Physician Assistance. Assists physician during the examination as needed. Ensures that all information is available to the physician.
2.Sample Collection. Collects samples from patients including blood, urine, etc. Prepares samples for analysis or shipment
3.Information Gathering. Takes and records various readings such as heart and respiratory rate, blood pressure, weight, body temperature, etc.
4.Patient Follow Up. Makes follow up patient appointments, or follows up on patient appointments. Answers routine questions from patients, family, etc.
5.Data Collection. Collects all laboratory reports, data, and records.
6.Medication Administration. Under direction of physician or other medical personnel, administers medication to patients.
7.Collaboration. Collaborates with other healthcare professionals to provide efficient quality patient care.
8.Patient Education. Provides educational information to patients, family, etc.
9.Emergency Response. Responds to and intervenes in emergency situations such as anaphylaxis, hypoglycemia, hypotension, hemorrhage, respiratory distress, etc.
10. Personnel Supervision. Directs and evaluates the work of some personnel that may include Clinic Clerks, Medical Assistants, and other Nurses. Acts as a lead employee when work performed requires little or no direct supervision.
11. Patient Preparation. Prepares patient for examination by having charts ready, etc.
12. As Needed. Performs various duties as needed to successfully fulfill the function of the position.

Education:

Completion of an accredited Nurse Training Program (Associates Degree or Bachelors Degree)

Experience:
24 months professional-level (RN) nursing experience

Required Skills:

  • Must demonstrate skills and knowledge needed to provide age-appropriate nursing care.

  • Must be proficient on all Microsoft Office applications.

  • Excellent customer service skills (translation skills) and must be able to work successfully with a diverse group of faculty, other staff, and patients.

  • Must be able to follow directions and work as part of a team.

  • Must be able to follow patient safety and confidentiality (HIPAA) guidelines.

  • Professional manner and appearance.

Certifications/ Licenses:

Must have State of Oklahoma Registered Nurse license, BLS, and CPR certification at time of application

Advertised Physical Requirements:

Outpatient adult medical clinic environment and exposure. The essential functions of this position will involve mobility (walking; being able to stand for long periods of time during patient exams/procedures, etc.). Must be able to lift and load up to 20 lbs of boxes of clinic supplies.



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Staff RN II: Occasional Worker

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The University Of Oklahoma