Seattle Indian Health Board
Job Description: The Seattle Indian Health Board (SIHB) is hiring nurses! We have multiple openings for positions ranging from 0.6 – 1.0 FTE serving in three Seattle locations (SIHB main clinic, Thunderbird Treatment Center and Chief Seattle Club). Come work with wonderful people in an environment where medical, dental, behavioral, and traditional health practices are integrated. We support our nurses with ongoing training.

Who we’re looking for:
· Licensed LPNs and RNs who have the desire to serve the urban Native American community in Seattle (new graduates encouraged to apply)
· Nurses who desire to make a positive impact on people’s lives every day
· Nurses able to multi-task, collaborate, and thrive in a team environment
· Nurses who are driven to contribute to the goals and vision of the organization
· Nurses dedicated to serving the underserved
· Nurses who want to continue learning, and share knowledge with colleagues

What we do:
· Act as a preceptor for new grads, students, or experienced employees by assessing learning needs, developing, implementing and monitoring learning plans, and evaluating progress
· Act as a clinical resource to healthcare team to identify and resolve patient care problems
· Conduct or present components of organization-wide in-services
· Develop clinical procedures based on changing technology, new research, and experience
· Develop educational or clinical projects for specific patient groups
· Initiate, collaborate, and assist in research projects to enhance patient care
· Function as a primary nurse in direct patient care
· Initiate and evaluate overall care plans; involve patients and their families in care planning; initiate consultations and/or referrals
· Apply appropriate policies, procedures, protocols, and standards of practice in performing clinical duties and perform self-evaluation in relation to these
· Participate in the Quality Assurance program by identifying areas for investigation; assist in data collection, monitoring, and the development and implementation of corrective actions
· Contribute to establishing and implementing clinical goals via staff meetings and other activities
· Collaborate with team members to ensure continuity of care and to meet patient care needs
· Provide assistance and direction to new employees, supplemental, professional, agency, per diem and ancillary staff, and students, following established learning plans

Our total compensation package includes:
Competitive rates of pay
Excellent insurance package (medical, dental, vision, life)
401(k) with generous employer match
Paid training/educational opportunities
Employee Assistance Plan
Paid leave
Location: Seattle, WA


How to Apply: Please apply on our website!
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