Baltimore, MD 21250
May include occupational medical evaluations, fitness assessments, health education and screening and limited personal medical care. Clinical nurses must also provide immediate care and emergency medical response at corporate facilities. Nurses may be responsible for tracking, compiling and reporting on examination and testing data, injury and treatment, and other information necessary for the operation of health services.
Major Responsibilities: Maintains equipment, supplies, medical records, and logs in an accurate, organized and functional manner. Assists in scheduling and tracking required occupational medical evaluations, return-to-work examinations, and follow-up visits.
Obtains specimens (blood, urine), conduct tests (hearing, vision, lung function) and administer immunizations (hepatitis A/B, tetanus, etc.) as required, in compliance with current standard practices. Effectively assesses occupational injuries and illnesses, providing prompt and clinically accurate medical treatment for staff members.
Provides counseling for staff members on health concerns and refers them to the appropriate resources as necessary. Contributes to the review of existing guidelines and the formulation of new medical procedures and physicians standing orders.
Provides education and experience for nursing students of various local nursing schools by acting as an assistant preceptor during the Community Nursing rotation in their basic nursing program.
Engages in self-development activities for ongoing nursing education units as required by the State Nurse Licensing Bureau and certification by the American Board of Occupational Health Nurses.
Engages in educational activities to acquire new skills and update current knowledge of nursing to provide a high quality of occupational health nursing.
Accountability: Position Requirements: Requires an Associate's degree and a minimum of 4 years of experience, or equivalent education and experience, as a registered nurse in emergency medicine, urgent care or critical care nursing. A minimum of one-year experience working as an occupational health nurse is desired. Requires a Registered Nurse to maintain a license to practice nursing with the State of Ohio Board of Nursing. The required qualifications of this job must be met to be considered.
THE FOLLOWING IS REQUIRED TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION: -This position requires a Bachelor's degree in Nursing and current RN licensure in the state of Maryland. -This position also requires a minimum of two years of clinical RN experience within a hospital setting or clinical research facility. -Demonstrates knowledge of research methods and data management -Must possess basic skills in clinical nursing including drawing blood with butterfly needles and IV catheters; taking heart rate, blood pressure, and other physiologic measures -Ability to work in a complex research setting with personnel from diverse disciplines -Certification or ability to be certified in CPR, First Aid, use of AED -Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) -Proficient in written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills -Must possess and maintain certification to conduct human research such as HIPAA and CITI training -Superior organizational, clinical management, and problem solving skills -Demonstrates the ability to multi-task