Company Name:

Prince George's Community College

Location:

Largo, Maryland

Approximate Salary:

$60,957 - $67,052 Per Year

Job Category:

Registered Nurse

Posted

May 9, 2018

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Campus Nurse – RN

COLLEGE VALUES AND GUIDING PRINCIPLES:

Excellence: We strive to ensure quality outcomes through rigorous learning experiences designed to develop the mind and build character through civic engagement and service learning
Our Actions: We are proactive not reactive. We handle and solve problems. We do the right things right the first time

Success: We believe all individuals have the potential to realize their goals.
Our Actions: We set high expectations for our colleagues and ourselves and hold each other accountable. We support
innovation and act boldly to be a better Prince George’s Community College.

Diversity: We promote opportunities to expand our worldview through exposure to and greater understanding of all peoples, cultures, and lifestyles.

6/8/2017

Our Actions: We collaborate across the college understanding we all bring something to the table. We are all in this together.

Respect: We treat every person with the same humanity, courtesy, and civility that we expect for ourselves. Our Actions: We model the behavior we expect. We agree and disagree in responsible ways.

Professionalism: We believe all individuals will approach their responsibilities ethically, fairly, and with high standards. Our Actions: We manage our college resources responsibly. We respond to all communications in a timely manner. We work with our colleagues to set expectations for which we can be held accountable.

Lifelong Learning: We promote learning and development at all stages of life. We believe learning takes place at all times both in and outside of the classroom. We honor and embrace all forms of learning, both formal and informal. Our Actions: We change, grow, and adapt

LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES (Adopted from the American Association of Community Colleges, November 2016):

Prince George's Community College supports the competency framework developed by the American Association of Community Colleges as the best guidance for the types of leadership competencies needed by College administrators and professionals. All College administrators and professionals are expected to be proficient in the following competencies:

  •   Organizational Strategy: Strategically improves the quality of the institution, protects the long- term health of the organization, promotes the success of all students, and sustains the community college mission, based on knowledge of the organization, its environment, and future trends.

  •   Resource Management: Equitably and ethically sustains people, processes, and information as well as physical and financial assets to fulfill the mission, vision, and goals of the community college.

  •   Communication: Uses clear listening, speaking, and writing skills to engage in honest, open dialogue at all levels of the college and its surrounding community, to promote the success of all students, and to sustain the community college mission.

  •   Collaboration: Develops and maintains responsive, cooperative, mutually beneficial, and ethical internal and external relationships that nurture diversity, promote the success of all students, and sustain the community college mission.

  •   Advocacy: Understands, commits to, and advocates for the mission, vision, and goals of the community college.

  •   Professionalism: Works ethically to set high standards for self and others, continuously improve self and surroundings, demonstrate accountability to and for the institution, and ensure the long- term viability of the college and community.

    GENERAL RESPONSIBILTIES


Provide health care services, including first aid, nursing care for illnesses and injuries occurring on campus, emergency preparedness, and special services to the mentally and physically disabled, health education and health promotion programs and a referral service for further health care for students, staff and faculty.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

  •   Provide health care within the parameters of the Registered Nurse Practice Act, including first aid,

    response to emergencies on campus and nursing care for illnesses and injuries.

  •   Advise Allied Health students on physical exam needs and maintain medical records.

  •   Maintain and process records of staff, students and faculty receiving special parking permits.

  •   Maintain and update a community resource file and referral service for the college community’s use in obtaining on-going health care.

  •   Maintain up-to-date CPR and first aid skills; continue professional development through professional journals, webinars, classes and seminars.

  •   Develop and implement new preventative health, mental health and crisis management programs for staff, students and faculty.

  •   Collaborate with Counseling Services as well as the Violence Prevention Center to meet the emotional/mental needs of students in crisis.

  •   Order, monitor and update the supply of health education materials for use of the campus community.

  •   Assume the role of Charge Nurse in the Program Directors absence.

  •   Supervise and Evaluate assigned staff (if applicable).

  •   Perform inventory and order medical supplies.

  •   Perform Tuberculosis testing of Health Technology and nursing assistance students.

  •   Collaborate with community agencies providing health care and health education on campus, such as The American Red Cross, American Kidney Fund, Prince George’ County Health Department, The American Cancer Society, Adam’s House and Prince George’s Hospital Sexual Assault Center.

  •   Maintain current RN licensure in the State of Maryland and obtain professional liability insurance.

  •   Coordinate and institute publicity for health education programs each semester, such as Drug and alcohol awareness, Blood Pressure Screening, Kidney Screening, mammograms, Heart Health programs, mental health and crisis management, etc. as requested by students, faculty, and, staff .

  •   Identifies and Implements critical customer service standards in the support of the college’s vision, mission and strategic plan.

  •   Performs health promotion screening tests such as vision screening, glucose, pregnancy and Hemoglobin; and mental health screening, such as depression, anxiety and trauma

  •   Demonstrates sound independent judgment related to patient and employee health care and safety.

  •   Documents accurately all elements of nursing assessment, treatment, medications, discharge

    instructions and follow up care.

  •   Maintain patient privacy and confidentiality according to the HIPPA Laws.


  •   Maintain a clean and safe working environment following the OSHA guidelines and Universal precautions.

  •   Collaborate with other Healthcare professionals and local community and government health-related agencies to enhance services to the campus population, such as HIV testing, contraceptive distribution, blood drives and tobacco cessation to meet the clients’ overall physical needs.

  •   Demonstrates the ability to recognize serious injuries and contagious diseases and refer to Emergency department or Primary Care Physician.

  •   Possess a working knowledge of ADA Guidelines, Health regulations and Company Policies.

  •   Collaborate other departments on campus coordinating events and activities.

  •   Collaborate with Disability Support Services to meet the physical/medical needs of students with disabilities.

  •   Assist with updating and maintaining the wellness information bulletin boards inside of and outside the wellness center on a monthly basis.

  •   Demonstrates the ability to perform detailed work independently, as well as, in a team environment.

  •   Assists Program Director with the orientation of new hires.

  •   Maintain high quality of patient care.

  •   Assists Program Director of the Wellness Center with monthly reports and assessment.

  •   Demonstrates the skill and working knowledge of how to operate medical equipment safely, such as EKG, Hemacue, AED, Pulse Oximeter, glucometer, autoclave, Ophthalmoscope, Otoscope etc.

  •   Demonstrates the ability to safely administer immunizations, medications and apply durable medical equipment properly.

  •   Assist the Program Director with preparing and monitoring the Health Services budget.

  •   Demonstrates competency in the use of computers and computer programs such as Powerpoint, MS

    Excel, MS Word.

  •   Performs other duties as assigned.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  •   Extent of the ability to work with students, faculty and staff.

  •   Extent of experience in a public health setting.

  •   Extent of the ability to work flexible hours.

  •   Extent of experience in a community college health setting

  •   Extent of medical-surgical experience.

  •   Extent of background in assisting in preventive health programs.


  •   Evidence of completing and passing of an accredited 2 year or more nursing program.

  •   Evidence of setting for and passing the National Council Licensure Examination.

  •   Extent of education beyond the RN

    EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

    Registered Nurse currently licensed in the state of Maryland.
    Completed and passed a course in medication calculation and administration

    Bachelor’s degree in related field. A minimum of two years full-time or equated experience in the professional area. Must have supervised a minimum of two years.

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

    Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with students, staff, faculty and the public through the use of the telephone and personal contact as normally defined by the ability to see, read, talk, hear, handle, or feel objects and controls. Physical capability to effectively use and operate various items of office related equipment, such as, but not limited to a, personal computer, copier, and fax machine. Physically ascending or descending stairs, bending, stooping, twisting, kneeling, reaching, lifting, pushing/pulling, standing and grasping is required. 

Company Name:

Prince George's Community College

Location:

Largo, Maryland

Approximate Salary:

$60,957 - $67,052 Per Year

Job Category:

Registered Nurse

Posted

May 9, 2018

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