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Here at the Spokane Regional Health District (SRHD), there is endless possibilities for giving back. SRHD is a team fueled by integrity, compassion, and respect. A culture that fosters innovation and values a diverse and equitable workplace. We’re made up of strong individuals dedicated to doing their best work and driving success for our clients and the community.
About the Team
We are a passionate driven team of unique and diverse individuals who help transform the lives of those who live in our community. The work we do provides support to adults dependent on opioids. The program is federally-and state- accredited and uses a medication-assisted approach in which our clients experience a decrease in withdrawal symptoms and cravings typically associated with opioid use. The work we do is an important foundation for creating strong families and changing their lives forever, by providing medical and counseling professionals to help set and achieve realistic health and lifestyle goals.
Who You Are
You are a dedicated, hardworking, driven member of your community whose passion and drive will help to aid our clients. You will be responsible for opening and closing the dispensary clinic, dispensing methadone, buprenorphine, naltrexone, naloxone, and/or other medications to enrolled OTP clients. You will be key in completing dosing for incarcerated clients on a rotational basis, record and account for all medications that were dispensed, prepare take home doses, monitor, and ensure patient medication orders and schedules are up to date. The work you do is important to the lives of those in our community.
This career is for you if you have:
- Bachelor’s degree involving major study in nursing from an accredited school of nursing.
- Current Washington State Registered Nurse license.
- An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered
- Valid driver’s license and auto insurance.
It’ll be a bonus if you have:
- Previous experience working with individuals with a history of substance abuse or mental illness is helpful.
- Experience working with diversified populations is preferred.
Upon hire, benefits offered include:
- Full wage scale for the position is $36.84 – $47.97 plus longevity. Typical hiring range is $36.84 – $40.23.
- Longevity Pay at 2.5% (10, 15, and 20 years for represented employees and 15 and 20 years for non-represented employees).
- Full-time workweek at 37.5 hours*
- Flexible work schedules / Remote work based on position and nature of the work.
- 13 Paid Holidays plus 1 personal day.
- Paid Vacation (7.5 hours per month**).
- Paid Sick Leave (7.5 hours per month).
- Washington State Public Employee’s Retirement Program (PERS2 or PERS3).
- Washington State Deferred Compensation Program (DCP).
- Medical/Vision with multiple plan options (Employee, Spouse, and Child(ren)).
- Dental (Employee, Spouse, and Child(ren)).
- Employer Paid Basic Life and AD&D (determined by annual earnings up to $200,000) and long-term disability.
- Supplemental Life Insurance for Employee, Spouse, and/or Children (voluntary).
- Flexible Spending Accounts (medical and dependent care).
- Health Savings Accounts (with participating medical plans).
- SmartHealth annual wellness incentives ($125 discount off the annual deductible).
- Tuition Reimbursement (up to $3,000).
- Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.
- Employee Assistance Program (employee and family with up to 4 sessions per person, per situation, per year).
- Pet Insurance (voluntary).
- Identity Theft Protection (voluntary).
- Accident, Critical Illness, and/or Hospital Indemnity Insurance (voluntary).
- Free STA bus passes and discounted corporate memberships throughout Spokane.
*Excluding Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) Public Health Nurses; NFP Nurses work a 40-hour work week as defined by their CBA. **Vacation accrual increases with continued years of service.
About Spokane Regional Health District
Spokane Regional Health District is one of 34 local public health agencies serving Washington state's 39 counties. The agency was originally established as the Spokane County Health District in January 1970, when the City of Spokane and Spokane County merged their health departments. In 1994, the official name was changed to Spokane Regional Health District to reflect the increased scope of public health services and geographic coverage. We have approximately 250 employees and serve a population of more than 400,000 in Spokane County.