Part Time Occupational Health Nurse, RN – Dialysis (Hybrid/Remote)

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Why Join Rendevor Dialysis? Rendevor Dialysis is a family owned and operated dialysis company founded on the principle that everyone is entitled to quality care provided by talented clinicians. Whatxe2x80x99s In It For You? We pride ourselves in providing a caring, positive culture for our employees and sharing the experience with our clients. We offer an extremely generous package including: Competitive Salary (depending on experience) Hybrid/Remote with home office Fantastic employee benefit package Employer contribution to H.S.A F.S.A tax savings benefits A 4% dollar for dollar company match to the 401k plan with immediate vesting A very generous PTO accrual program Tuition reimbursement program Employee referral bonus program Robust employee recognition and appreciation program Annual holiday gift bags for all employees Comprehensive Medical Benefits Vision Dental STD/LTD/Voluntary Life Accident, Critical Illness and Hospital Indemnity Plans Pet Insurance Discounted auto and home insurance Discounted legal services program Health & Wellness Program with gift card giveaways …and much more. What Youxe2x80x99ll Do The Occupational Health Nurse will schedule and review occupational health tests, vaccinations, and results for both pre-employment candidates and current employees. In collaboration with the Talent and Clinical Services teams, this role is responsible for communicating and auditing results in a timely manner, tracking all current open tests, following all laws regarding privacy, and following all policies and procedures implemented by Rendevor Dialysis. This is a part-time, remote role (up to 20 hours/week). Schedule is flexible, but must be within normal business hours, 9am-5pm central Monday-Friday. Minimum Qualifications: Education and Experience: Associatexe2x80x99s Degree required from an accredited nursing school; Bachelorxe2x80x99s Degree preferred Current State license as a Registered Nurse; compact license preferred 3-5 years of recent nephrology experience (within past 5 years) Previous experience in Occupational Health and telehealth Required Skills and Competencies: Excellent verbal and written communication skills Strong communication, interpersonal and presentation skills, working with both internal and external individuals and entities Strong technical skills include expertise with Microsoft Office products (Excel, PPT, Word, SharePoint, etc). Ability to read, write, speak, and understand and clearly communicate in English Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Review all health testing results completed by the Talent and Clinical services teams and communicate all findings to appropriate individuals Provide abnormal results to the employee when necessary; provide next steps and options based on findings. Maintain and update employee immunization and testing program guidelines by consistently reviewing immunization guidelines & processes and proactively implementing best practices. Maintains knowledge of individual facility requirements for employment lab testing and frequency. Maintain confidential documents of employee health records Evaluate effectiveness and scope of employee health services in collaboration with the Clinical Services team Maintains confidentiality at all times Checks email daily and responds appropriately and timely; uses company-provided email for all work-related email communications Maintains regular and predictable attendance and punctuality Adheres to all company policies and procedures Up to 20% travel expectation; specific to auditing and compliance Performs other duties as required and/or assigned Supervision: This position will report directly to Vice President, Clinical Quality and Compliance Work Environment: This job operates in a remote, home office setting. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as laptop computers, phones, and photocopiers/scanners. May be asked to visit dialysis units in hospitals, correctional facilities, or post-acute therapy settings. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand; walk; use hands to handle or feel; and reach with hands and arms. This position requires the ability to push, pull or lift supplies and products up to 50 pounds. Specific visual abilities required by this job include close vision and ability to adjust focus. The employee is required to work the full schedule which may range from three to 5 hours in any given day. Rendevor Dialysis is an equal opportunity employer.

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