Registered Nurse-Diabetes Coordinator

Butte, MT

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Description

Calling all Nurse professionals!!  We have an exciting permanent career opportunity for you!!

Send resumes and cover letters directly to dgardipee@naia-butte.org

Position Title: Registered Nurse-Diabetes Coordinator

Pay:  $40-70K DOE

Schedule:  Part Time, 24 hrs/week

Reports to: Health Coordinator

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Provide diabetic patient assistance by developing treatment plans and make appropriate referrals to outside treatment facilities and other medical professionals.  Modify treatment plans to comply with changes in patient status.
  • Plan, design and implement diabetes prevention and treatment education programs for individuals and groups.
  • Plan and implement educational services to the community, maintain and develop outreach activities as assigned.
  • Assist with other clinic patients as needed.
  • Assist the Health Coordinator with grant development and implementation process.
  • Coordinate with the Health Coordinator on the preparation of all monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual reports per reporting requirements.
  • Coordinates with providers to manage the North American Indian Alliance Clinic in order to provide clinical care as well as management of clinical activities.
  • Responsible for overall management of the SDPI Program and for establishing and implementing policy and practices that ensure the effective and efficient delivery of services to clients and customers. Health Coordinator will assess the effectiveness of the SDPI program goals and objectives.
  • Serve as key advisor to the Executive Director and the Health Coordinator regarding overall SDPI policy of the North American Indian Alliance.
  • Coordinates with the Health Coordinator on clinical operation as it pertains to the SDPI Program.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

Knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Ability to assess available resources to provide patient care.
  • Establish working relationships with staff, patients/families and public.
  • Knowledge of general clinical practices.
  • Must have supervisory experience.
  • Experience working with USDPHHS – Indian Health Services.
  • Assists in the development of patient care standards that are consistent with current nursing and medical practice.
  • Assists with implementing and monitoring of clinic policies, procedures, goals and cost containment measures.
  • Establishes priorities for the clinic based on changes in patient populations and resources.
  • Participates in the development and monitoring of cost-efficient measure in the budgets.
  • Uses relevant nursing research to improve clinical practice.
  • Practices according to clinic policies, procedures, and protocols, and practice guidelines to maintain a safe environment for patients, visitors, and staff.
  • Supports and assists with implementation of administrative decisions and processes of change.
  • Communicates using appropriate protocol.
  • Performs other special projects and tasks as assigned.
  • Expands management and consultation skills consistent with position responsibilities.
  • Maintains confidentiality of patient, institutional and staff information.
  • Adheres to professional and legal standards of nursing practice.
  • Participates in meetings and projects.
  • Analyzes own performance in accordance with position expectations, develops goals and implements plan to meet those goals.
  • Is self-directed in utilizing time
  • Maintain accurate and detailed reports and records.
  • Participate in the SDPI grant writing process and fulfill requirements of the grant
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

 

Education/Experience:

The minimum qualifications for this position are generally gained through specific and related work experience as well as education and should constitute a total maximum of eight (8) years or a minimum of four (4) years combined of experience and education.

  • 4 – 7 Years of Education-Baccalaureate degree in nursing.
  • 2 – 4 Years of experience - professional nursing.
  • Must possess a valid State of Montana license or temporary permit to practice professional nursing.

 

Send resumes and cover letters directly to dgardipee@naia-butte.org

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