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HEP-C Registered Nurses / HEP-C RNs

Northern Kentucky Health Department Florence Part-Time
$20.91/ hour
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MAY 10, 2019


The Clinical Services Division is accepting applications for two contract part-time (up to 22.5 hours/week) nurses to staff offsite community Hepatitis C screening events.

Status:  Part-Time (22.5 hours/week) Contract Positions

Pay Rate:  $20.91/Hour

Reports To:  Programs Manager

Detailed Description:

These positions must be available to work up to 22.5 hours/week providing Hepatitis C screenings and assessments in community settings.  These positions will work as part of a team to coordinate outreach events, provide testing, counseling, and education for clients in our community.   Peak times for events will be defined by demand and related funding.  Work hours are usually between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. but may occasionally involve a weekend.  RNs will work under a contract that could be renewed annually contingent upon grant funding. RNs will be required to complete required training annually, and will submit time cards through Northern Kentucky Health Department’s payroll system to receive pay.

Essential functions will include, but are not limited to:

  1. Performs simple to complex client services for GO 365 Program(s) in an offsite clinic setting. (Identifies and collects physiologic, psychosocial, and environmental data by interview and/or physical examination to detect and identify problems. Performs health assessments and screenings by interview and/or physical examination, which may include venipuncture. Shares findings according to program standards. Provides one-on-one client education, counseling, and referrals on issues related to findings..)

  2. Maintains records. (Documents activities using appropriate forms. Enters data into database(s).)

  3. Performs other duties. (Participates in internal and external meetings; Completes timecard; Completes travel reports; Completes required training; Completes other assigned reports; Attends work as scheduled.)

Minimum Requirements:

  • Valid, active driver’s license
  • Reliable transportation
  • License to practice as an RN in KY

Desired Qualifications:

Same as above plus prior public health experience.

To Apply:

Apply through CareerBuilder only (www.careerbuilder.com).

For immediate consideration apply by 5:00 p.m. EST on 5/20/2019.

Applications will be accepted as long as the position is posted on CareerBuilder.

Please reference code HEPRN on any attachments or correspondence.  No phone calls, paper applications, or paper resumes please.  Selection will be made by interview(s), and/or review of submitted documentation, which must indicate that applicant meets minimum qualifications.  Criminal background check will and drug screen will be required. Failure to meet any of the selection criteria shall disqualify an applicant.

Northern Kentucky Health Department Health Human Resources – HEPRN

web: www.nkyhealth.org


Please visit our website at www.nkyhealth.org for additional job postings.

Skills required

Electronic Medical Record
Iv Care
Alert Doctors
Arm Hand Steadiness
Conducting Physical Examinations
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The Northern Kentucky Health Department is the local health department serving four counties in Kentucky: Boone, Campbell, Grant and Kenton.

The Northern Kentucky region is located across the Ohio River from Cincinnati. It includes a variety of communities, ranging from the urban core along the Ohio River to suburbs to more rural areas.

More than 400,000 people reside in the Northern Kentucky region, with many more visiting via travel by Interstates 75, 71 and 275 and via the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

Organizational structure
The Health Department has approximately 150 employees working within the divisions of Administration and Accounting, Clinical Services, Environmental Health and Safety, and Population Health, along with the Office of the District Director of Health. The district operates four health centers, one in each county served, and one administrative location.

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