If you’re a solid nursing professional with proven experience that’s seeking more than a paycheck, Jefferson County Public Health is currently hiring a Clinic Services Public Health Nurse (PHN). This position provides you the opportunity to work for a county that thrives on working collaboratively and overcoming challenges. We are seeking a game changer, someone that loves what they do and is motivated to share their knowledge with those that they work with.
Please note this position has a 4-day work week, with occasional Friday, evenings, and weekend shifts.
Target Hiring Range: $66,150-$69,300 USD Annual
Compensation will be determined based on education, experience and skills.
Benefits include dental, medical, and vision insurance, paid time off and holidays, retirement matching, wellness programs, tuition reimbursement, flexible schedules, remote work options and more. Click Here for our Total Rewards summary.
This Public Health Nurse position in Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) involves clinic and community setting public health nursing work to promote and protect the health of individuals, families, and populations using knowledge from nursing, social, and public health sciences. This position is located with the JCPH clinic services which provides immunization services and sexual health services to our community. The Public Health Nurse works as part of a team to deliver high-quality, preventive health services.
About Jefferson County Public Health:
Creating health equity, which means everyone has the opportunity to attain their highest level of health, is a guiding principle of Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH). All positions within the agency are expected to contribute toward achieving health equity in Jefferson County. JCPH is committed to the diversity of its staff, as well as providing culturally responsive programs and services that help to reduce health inequities in Jefferson County. As such, JCPH welcomes and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds and abilities to apply for positions within the agency.
Promoting and protecting health for all people across the lifespan through prevention, education, treatment, response and regulation.
By 2030, we will achieve success with Healthy People, Healthy Places by purposefully serving and engaging the community, acting efficiently and effectively to address public health needs, using actionable and high-quality data and cultivating a thriving workforce.
JCPH Vision Slogan
Healthy People, Healthy Places
Respect: We approach all people with esteem, understanding, dignity and empathy.
Equity: We approach all people with fairness, impartiality and a willingness to help others.
Collaboration: We work collectively for the mutual benefit of the community through the sharing of information, responsibility, resources and ideas to achieve our mission.
Trust: We act with benevolence, integrity, transparency, reliability and competence.
Innovation: We empower our staff to develop ideas, measure processes and improve methods to achieve our vision.
Read more at JCPH About Page!
Involves professional nursing work and case management in a clinic health care setting to include but are not limited to:
Work as part of a nursing team to deliver care in a culturally appropriate and client-centered manner to diverse populations.
Conduct care coordination and health management with clients in the areas of immunization and sexual health.
Review client immunization records for accuracy, educate about vaccine effectiveness, safety, and potential reactions, assessment for vaccine appropriateness and health status, and administer immunizations to infants, children, teens and adults.
Interview clients to obtain personal and routine health data in accordance with established policies and procedures.
Work within clinical protocols, to order appropriate STI screening, dispense contraceptive methods, administer injections and STI treatment medications.
Document and communicate client care through maintaining accurate, complete, and timely electronic medical records.
Collaborate and partner with other local and state health agencies and community stakeholders.
Prepare and deliver presentations to community partners and the public on topics such as immunizations, reproductive health, sexually transmitted infections, and others as requested.
Participate in community outreach events and offsite immunization clinics as requested.
Precept and/or mentor nursing students and new employees.
Participate in program planning and evaluation, quality improvement processes, and policy and procedure development.
Participate in ongoing relevant professional education.
Represent JCPH and the public health nursing discipline on internal and external committees and workgroups to promote its concepts including health equity and social determinants of health
Bachelor’s degree in nursing and minimum one-year of public health work related experience or equivalent.
Licensed as a Registered Nurse (RN) in Colorado, or in a state that has enacted the RN Nurse Licensure Compact at time of employment.
Current CPR Certification at hire
Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Preferred – two (2) additional years of experience above the minimum requirements
Strongly prefer experience in public health nursing, including family planning, sexually transmitted infection, and immunization experience.
Experience in use of Electronic Health Records.
Spanish speaking ability preferred, but not required. JCPH has a policy to additionally compensate workforce members who are able to demonstrate bilingual language skills.
Note: Offer of employment contingent on criminal history and MVR check and education verification.