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Department: 244030 - Student Health Services
Location: Raleigh NC
Essential Job Duties:
The primary role of the Occupational Health Nurse Practitioner (OHNP) is to deliver comprehensive occupational health care to NC State students, faculty and staff, which includes screening for, counseling on and treating work-related injury, stress, and/or illness, providing patient education and counseling, and offering health education and disease prevention advice. The person filling this role must be knowledgeable of occupational health and exposures and be able to manage an occupational medicine program with multiple disciplines and departments within the university. This position will work as a member of the OccMed staff team.
Provide program management for the OccMed program within SHS. This includes assuring patient and information flow, quality assurance, administrative and financial oversight. Participate as a team player in work-related activities as needed. Participate in emergency preparedness drills, accreditation activities and Quality Improvement projects as a team player. Serve as an essential employee during inclement weather and mandatory employee during disasters.
Licensed as a Registered Nurse by the North Carolina Board of Nursing, completion of a Nurse Practitioner Program approved By the North Carolina Joint Subcommittee of the Board of Nursing and Board of Medical Examiners, and “approved to Practice Medical acts” by the Joint Subcommittee.
Demonstrated communication and documentation skills.
Prefer minimum of 2 years experience as a NP.
Prefer minimum of 2 years experience in an occupational health program as a NP or RN
Required license or certification:
Licensed as a Registered Nurse by the North Carolina Board of Nursing, completion of a Nurse Practitioner Program approved By the North Carolina Joint Subcommittee of the Board of Nursing and Board of Medical Examiners, and
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