Part time RN

Nursing Department

Overview
A part time RN is needed in the residential program. New Graduates are welcome! RNs are responsible for medication administration, direct care, assessments, evaluations, symptom management, advocating for clients, ensuring continuity of care, supervision and support of CNA and caregiver. This position is part time.
General Information
This position is ideal for those interested in building empathetic skills and gaining confidence in therapeutic communication and clinical mindfulness. Join our multi-disciplinary team of nursing, OT and SW speaking the language of non-violent communication, trauma informed care and harm reduction to care for people living with HIV disease.
Qualifications
  • Current Oregon Board Certified RN, CPR certification
  • Experience with community based care and/or HIV is helpful but not required
  • Open to working with mental illness, substance use and emotional health challenges
  • Willingness to work within a model emphasizing harm reduction, community, self-determination and non-violent communication
  • Strengths in teaching and empowering clients toward self-care and independence
  • Computer proficiency in Word and electronic medical records
  • Strong skills in organization, prioritization, initiation, verbal and written communication and collaboration
  • Compassionate with strong boundaries
Misc

Benefits: 
Supportive work environment including: monthly trainings on progressive topics such as mindfulness, trauma informed care, motivational interviewing, paid staff play days, monthly yoga, regular non-violent communication training, therapeutic garden, discounted gym membership, robust medical and dental coverage, generous PTO, tickets to fundraising dinners as available.

How to Apply
Send resume to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Questions can be addressed to Trevis: 503-234-0175.

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