(TEMPORARY POOL POSITION)
*Plus 20% Critical Services Premium Pay Stipend (Reflected in each paycheck, for the remainder of the current fiscal year ending on June 30, 2022)
15 % Critical Services Pay (Temporary payment which can be discontinued at any time)
Closing date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED
RESUMES WILL BE REVIEWED DAILY
The Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC) is seeking Registered Pool Nurses who will be working under the direction of the Correctional Regional Nurse Supervisor. This is a pool position (temporary) and is not eligible for benefits. This position will be utilized to fill staffing shortages as needed. We are looking for RNs that can work a minimum of 15 hours per week, with a flexible or set schedule. All shifts available, 3rd shift preferred and weekends preferred.
Evaluate and respond to youth health concerns; advise youth regarding health treatments procedures
Obtain and process blood, urine or sample specimens
Monitor, records and report changes in a youth’s vitals or health condition; administer medications to youth and observe youth for potential adverse medication reactions
Conduct intake health screenings for newly incarcerated youth; provide direct patient and emergency care to youth; and provide emergency care to staff when necessary
Consult and coordinate youth treatment plans with health services team members; obtain medical files and records
Maintain medical files and records; and ensure medical supplies and equipment are stocked and accounted for
Administer vaccinations; assist with annual tuberculosis (TB) skin tests; and participate in weekly Covid-19 testing
Performing other duties as assigned
-Assessment/evaluation of physical and mental health needs
-Emergency procedures including Cardiopulmonary
-Resuscitation/First Aid (CPR/First Aid)
-All aspects of medication administration including monitoring for side effects
-Nursing techniques, methods, procedures and protocols
-Proper administration and reading of tuberculosis (TB) vaccinations and results
-Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) rules/regulations
-Current Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines as it pertains to medicine
-Medical assessment/evaluation methods and practices including prevention of suicide
-Medical record documentation
-Verbal and written communication
-Reading vaccination test results
-Responding to emergency situations
-Computer software including but not limited to Google Suites
-Serve as a resource and expert in nursing care
-Observe and adhere to ADJC’s security precautions at all times and to assume responsibility for security of health unit area and equipment
-Work cooperatively with correctional custody, treatment team and medical staff
-Keep accurate and timely records and write reports
-Interpret and correctly implement health care provider’s orders
-Maintain strict confidentiality pertaining to medical/health related information
-Work with all aspects of the Arizona Nurse Practice Act scope of practice
-Submit timesheets with accuracy and on-time.
Requires possession of a valid Registered Nurse License without restrictions in the State of Arizona or have a valid Registered Nurse License from a state that participates in the Interstate Nurse Licensure Compact.
Requires possession of, and ability to retain a current valid Arizona-issued driver’s license. Employees who drive on state business are subject to driver’s license records checks, maintain acceptable driving records and must complete any required driver training (see Arizona Administrative Code R2-10-207.12).
Required to maintain a current healthcare professional CPR card
The selected candidate is required to successfully complete the following:
2.Comprehensive Background Investigation
Arizona residency is required for this position.
Current State of Arizona employees: In order to be considered for this position, it requires acceptable performance history as demonstrated by no formal discipline within one year preceding this job posting close date, and an overall rating of “meets expectations” or higher on the most recent employee performance evaluation.
To learn more about the Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections, you can visit our website https://adjc.az.gov/
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State employees are highly engaged, collaborative and embrace a culture of public service.
The State of Arizona is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.