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St. Paul- Abria Pregnancy Resources

Client Care Nurse

Position Summary
In cooperation and coordination with Nurse Manager, the Client Care Nurse (CCN) administers all medical services offered through Abria, including: pregnancy testing, sexually transmitted infection (STI) services, limited obstetrical ultrasounds, prenatal care services including education and venipuncture, medical counseling during the course of medical testing administration, and all aspects of other medical services at Abria.

The CCN is responsible for the direct oversight and supervision of all Client Care Nurse volunteers in the absence of the Nurse Manager and maintains a respectful and collaborative working relationship with all Abria staff and volunteers. The CCN will help fulfill the mission statement of Abria by utilizing the most current factual information and striving always for greater proficiency and excellence in each of our service areas.

Time Commitment
Regular, full-time position (40 hours/week, 1.00 FTE) including two Saturdays per month

Position Requirements

  • Registered Nurse (RN) with current MN licensure; at least two years of RN experience; experience in Obstetrics preferred. RN trained in Limited OB Ultrasound preferred (training may be offered) or Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer certified in OB/GYN. Trained and competent in venipuncture (training may be offered).  Basic computer skills and organizational aptitude. High attention to procedure and detail.
  • Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent and/or related experience. Preferred: completion of National Institute of Family and Life Advocates’ (NIFLA) Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound Course or equivalent, and required competency successfully completed (or training can be provided); experience in a non-profit or community-based organization, such as a pregnancy resource center or counseling, social service, or family service provider desirable.
  • Able to empathize with those in distress and give practical assistance; strong counseling and active listening skills. Strong client orientation and ability to engage confidently in a non-judgmental way with all client demographics and situations. Effective interpersonal and communication skills. Dependable and reliable. Ability to occasionally lift up to 20 pounds.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively coordinate and manage volunteers. Ability to work as a team member and to accept responsibility. Ability to act independently and to seek consultation when needed.

To apply for this position
Please email a cover letter, resume, three references, salary expectations, and our employment application to hr@abria.org.

Job Posted: October 16, 2017


St. Paul- Abria Pregnancy Resources

Development and Office Assistant

Position Summary:
The Development and Office Assistant (DOA) is a key member of the development team. Primary responsibilities include donor database management and all aspects of gift processing. Additionally, the DOA provides administrative support to ensure the smooth operation of the office and administrative functions.
Time Commitment:
Regular, non-exempt, full-time position (40 hours per week, 1 FTE).
Position requirements:

  • 2-3 years related experience; bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Administrative and data management experience and familiarity with donor database software. Working knowledge of Excel and DonorPerfect are highly desired. Prior experience in a non-profit or community based organization, preferably in social or family services, is desirable.
  • Positive attitude and excellent communication skills. Very high detail orientation and meticulous nature. Ability to occasionally lift up to 20 pounds.
  • Ability to work as a team member and accept responsibility. Ability to act independently and seek consultation when needed.

To apply for this position
Please email a cover letter, resume, three references, salary expectations, and our employment application to hr@abria.org.

Job Posted: October 16, 2017


St. Paul- Abria/LifeEdge Solutions

Education Outreach Coordinator

LifeEdge Solutions is a community outreach of Abria Pregnancy Resources. We work in partnership with teachers and campus leaders to assist youth and young adults in creating a personal vision built on positive and healthy lifestyle choices, providing education, skills-building, and mentorship to students in the Twin Cities. Our vision is to inspire youth and young adults to make the most advantageous lifestyle choices – especially when it comes to relationships and sexual health by offering the most effective messages and messengers in Minnesota. LifeEdge Solutions is committed to giving youth the edge in life that will lead to their success and happiness.

Position Summary:
Working alongside the Education Outreach Manager, the Education Outreach Coordinator is responsible for pioneering the development and implementation of Abria’s preventative sexual health education programs – LifeEdge Solutions – for junior and senior high schools, colleges, and universities within our geography. Duties include leading education sessions and activities in schools; cultivation of new site locations and recruitment and training of volunteer educators. This position is for a male educator to partner with our female educator; LifeEdge Solutions uses male/female education pairs to facilitate its programs in the classroom and other settings.

Time Commitment:
Regular, Part-Time, non-exempt position (0.50 FTE – 1.00 FTE) (Includes occasional evening and weekend hours as needed).

Position requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent and/or related experience; 3-5 years of experience as a team member in a cross-functional organization.
  • Ability to proactively create and effectively manage programs and project plans. Attention to detail and excellent follow-through. Strong work ethic and organizational commitment. Basic computer skills and knowledge, including proficiency in word processing and spreadsheet creation and management. Sales skills and experience preferable. Experience in education or public speaking also preferred.
  • Effective interpersonal and relationship management skills. Positive attitude and strong communication skills and style. Ability to effectively coordinate and work productively with volunteers. Ability to occasionally lift up to 20 pounds.
  • Ability to work as a team member and to accept responsibility. Ability to act independently and to seek consultation when needed.

To apply for this position
Please email a cover letter, resume, three references, salary expectations, and our employment application to hr@abria.org.

Job Posted: October 16, 2017


St. Michael- Options for Women | Cornerstone

Executive Director

Options for Women | Cornerstone (the Center) is a life-affirming pregnancy resource and medical center, serving clients facing the challenges of an unplanned pregnancy. With respect and compassion, we provide free limited obstetrical ultrasound exams, pregnancy and STI tests, lay counseling, resources, material assistance and other appropriate services. Our assistance is tailored to the unique needs of the Wright County area.

The Executive Director applicant must be dedicated to the pro-life philosophy. The candidate must be an individual who maintains a consistent life-affirming philosophy while being committed to the Center’s mission, adheres to and promotes the Center’s policies and procedures; including, but not limited to, chastity for the unmarried and no referrals or positive counseling for artificial contraception or abortion. The Executive Director must express full agreement with the organization’s Statement of Faith and help promote the sanctity of human life based on our biblical foundation. At all times, this individual will maintain high standards of professionalism and integrity.

Summary

The Executive Director is responsible for providing strategic and operational leadership that will carry forward the mission of the Center. The individual in this position will oversee center operations, staff, client services, development and finances as described by the Board of Directors and the organization’s by-laws in cooperation and communication with Elevate Life, formerly TLC Options for Women and other Elevate Life centers. The individual will understand, implement, and execute policies established by the Board of Directors. This candidate will partner with the Board of Directors and represent the Center to area schools, churches, donors, businesses and the community at large. The individual will ensure the Center’s clients are provided superior services.

REPORTS TO: Board of Directors

TIME COMMITMENT: Part-time paid position (30 hours/week or .5 FTE at $25/hr)

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Outreach to Community Partners and Clients (35%)

● Actively promote the Center to the community, build donor, sponsor and volunteer relationships, and drive vision
● Oversee social media updates/promotions
● Establish relationships in conjunction with the Nurse Manager with area churches, school nurses and administrators, youth groups, other supporting or competing organizations to ensure they understand the Center’s services and are comfortable referring potential clients to the Center
● Oversee design, printing and distribution of promotional pieces, including a
monthly e-newsletter

Operations/Client Services (40%)

● Independently manage the day-to-day operations of the Center
● Delegate specific responsibilities to Nurse Manager and Client Services Director
● Monitor annual expenses to ensure compliance with the budget established by the Executive Director and Board
● Keep accurate financial records by maintaining a database
● Arrange for payment of bills with the Board Treasurer or Bookeeper
● Maintain, comply and ensure compliance with all policies and procedures manuals
● Maintain the confidentiality of clients and ensure our staff respects and maintains the confidentiality of our clients and associates
● Interact with and provide service levels that meet or exceed our clients’ expectations. Ensure that each client leaves the Center with hope and opportunity to find a solution to their situation.
● Manage inquiries or calls outside our staff and volunteers’ training ensuring issues are escalated to the Executive Director and if necessary, the Board

Leadership/Service to the Board of Directors (25%)

● Propose new policies and procedures to the Board (operations, client services, volunteer staff policy/procedures, and counseling policies/procedures, etc.)
● Attend the Center’s Board meetings, Elevate Life Board forums and trainings, and Executive Director meetings
● Develop and present annual strategic plans for the Center’s continued operation, expansion and visibility in the Wright County area
● Develop and propose continuous funding opportunities (fundraisers, grants, etc.)

● Provide reports, information, and recommendations and assistance to the Board

● Track, analyze and report to the Board on developments that may concern and impact the Center

QUALIFICATIONS:

The ideal candidate will have a solid pro-life commitment, strong business acumen, a heart for the vulnerable, experience utilizing social media, and minimum of two years related experience in non-profit administration, volunteer or public service work.

Education: Minimum Bachelor’s degree in business, communications, human services, finance or non-profit administration or 5 years equivalent experience.

Experience: Demonstrated ability to exercise good and timely judgment in complex situations. Demonstrated ability for strong communications and influencing skills along with public speaking and writing. Demonstrated ability to develop and implement fundraising strategies. Proven experience influencing others and building relationships. Proven experience in reporting to and working with a Board of Directors. Experience in creating and monitoring budgets and seeking best practices. Demonstrated ability and willingness to promote the Center to the community, build business, donor and volunteer relationships/partnerships, and drive vision.

Management Experience: Experience working in an environment requiring flexibility and managing change. A personable and inclusive management style that optimizes staff resources through effective leadership and delegation.

Other: Experience with QuickBooks, Constant Contact, MS Office software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Familiarity with HIPPA laws.

Travel: Will involve in-state travel to training sessions and forums.

To apply, send resume and cover letter to director@cornerstonewomenscenter.org

Job Posted: September 27, 2017


Thief River Falls- LifeCare Center of Thief River Falls

Executive Director

Summary
The LifeCare Pregnancy Center is a pro-life organization that provides pregnancy-related and other parenting-related services in Thief River Falls and the surrounding area.

The Executive Director is a person committed to the LifeCare Centers’ mission, adheres to its policies and procedures, and maintains high standards of professionalism and integrity.

Key Responsibilities:
Reports directly to the Board of Directors
Supervises all other staff and volunteers
Implements all policies approved by the Board of Directors
Responsible for program implementation, development, supervision and evaluation of all Center administration, volunteer activities, client services, public relation and education.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Board-Relations
    • Implement the policies, procedures and mission statements of the Total LifeCare Centers and the LifeCare Pregnancy Center
    • Attend Board Meetings and provide the Executive Director’s Report
    • Communicate information to the Board as needed
    • Perform duties as assigned by the Board
    • Help the Board of Directors set annual budget, assess the needs of the Center and plan for the expansion of programs
  • Staff, Volunteers and Clients
    • Recruit, train schedule, supervise, support and evaluate staff and volunteers
    • Maintain staffing of the Center
    • Provide continuing skills development opportunities for staff and volunteers
    • Provide client counseling when needed
    • Maintain a strict code of care and confidentiality
    • Establish and maintain volunteer, client and donor files
    • Maintain statistics on the Center activities
  • Public Relations
    • Act as an official spokesperson for the Center
    • Establish and maintain contacts with civic groups, churches, referral agencies, businesses, etc.
    • Coordinate advertising and oversee quarterly newsletter
    • Access and oversee speakers for educational opportunities
  • Fund Raising
    • Maintain mailing lists
    • Work with the Board on fund raising
    • Execute fund raising activities
    • Develop Relationships with major donors
  • Office Duties
    • Refer to the mission statement and grant work plan (when applicable) for decision making
    • Manage inventory of material goods and all necessary items needed for client services
    • Handle correspondence including thank-you letters
    • Order office supplies and maintain office equipment
    • Keep a log of work time
    • Write Positive Alternatives Grant report and Elevate Life’s quarterly report
  • Financial Responsibilities
    • Follow and adhere to the budget and the Financial Best Practices when dealing with funds
    • Ensure that the accurate and current financial records are maintained
    • Oversee administrative needs such as insurance, payroll, taxes, etc.
  • Other Duties as required

Job Information

  • Full Time; $/hour to be negotiated
  • Occasional evening and weekend work/events
  • Prorated Paid Holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day when Holiday is on scheduled work day.
  • Vacation: to be negotiated

To apply, send resume and cover letter to:

Attn: Pam Paradis
LifeCare Pregnancy Center
P.O. Box 972
Thief River Falls, 56701

Job Posted: September 12, 2017


Thief River Falls- LifeCare Center of Thief River Falls

Client Services Coordinator

Summary:

The LifeCare Center of Thief River Falls exists to provide positive alternatives to abortion. Our services take into consideration the family’s needs from conception throughout the infancy of the child.

The Client Services Coordinator is a person committed to the Lifecare Centers’ mission, adheres to its policies and procedures, and maintains high standards of professionalism and integrity. The Client Services Coordinator provides pregnant women individualized educational sessions on pregnancy, infant & child development, parenting and family education.  Educational participants have the opportunity to earn baby items from the Center’s Baby Boutique, such as cribs, clothing, diapers, etc.   The Client Service Coordinator is also responsible for coordinating services, resources and referrals that pregnant women may need.

Responsibilities:

  • Adheres to the policies, procedures, and mission statements of the LifeCare Center
  • Performs duties as assigned by the Executive Director
  • Reports directly to the Executive Director
  • Provides lay counseling and positive alternatives to abortion
  • Maintains a strict code of care and confidentiality
  • Operates the 24 hour hotline
  • Continues to develop skills required
  • Helps with fundraising events
  • Stays informed regarding pro-life issues
  • Attends weekly staff meetings
  • Manages inventory of material goods and all necessary items needed for client services
  • Gives directions for the self-administered pregnancy tests
  • Conducts initial intake and client visits
  • Provides pregnancy, infant, and family education
  • Maintains all materials for the Earn While You Learn Program
  • Gathers and maintains all information in client files
  • Distributes appropriate educational materials to clients
  • Provides guidance to and through referral services
  • Maintains an organized schedule
  • Delegates responsibilities to volunteers
  • Documents work time

Qualifications:

  • Must be in agreement with the pro-life philosophy, policies, and mission of the LifeCare Center
  • Must possess good listening skills, guidance, and comfort for clients
  • Must be willing to learn and apply educational material for the pregnancy center practices
  • Must have strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills
  • Must be able to maintain a stable, but kind environment in the Center
  • Must be a self-starter and have computer skills
  • A general knowledge or prior experience with pregnancy care center work is helpful
  • Ability to help out and work as a team

Job Information

  • Full Time; $/hour to be negotiated
  • Occasional evening and weekend work/events
  • Prorated Paid Holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day when Holiday is on scheduled work day.
  • Vacation: to be negotiated

To apply, send resume and cover letter to:

Attn: Pam Paradis
LifeCare Pregnancy Center
P.O. Box 972
Thief River Falls, 56701

Job Posted: September 12, 2017


Hastings- TLC of Hastings | Pregnancy Resource Center

Nurse Manager

Summary:

TLC of Hastings Pregnancy Resource Center is looking for a Registered Nurse to serve as Nurse Manager.  The ideal candidate will be a caring and compassionate, well-trained professional able to give the best nursing care with little supervision.

The primary objective of this position is to fulfill the mission of TLC of Hastings by educating and empowering our community to make healthy, life-affirming choices.

Hours:  7 – 10  Hours/week*

Location:  Hastings, MN

Reports to: Executive Director and Medical Director

 

Qualifications:

  • Agree to and uphold the Mission Statement, Policies and Procedures and Philosophy of TLC of Hastings
  • Exhibits strong commitment and dedication to the sanctity of all human life and principles of sexual integrity
  • Hold a current Registered Nurse License in good standing with the Minnesota State Board of Directors
  • A team player with excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Outstanding organizational and multi-tasking skills
  • Be able to respect confidentiality
  • Experience in OB, pregnancy resource center or medical clinic is preferred
  • Experience performing 1st and 2nd trimester OB ultrasounds is preferred**

Responsibilities:

  • Perform limited OB ultrasounds
  • Conduct pregnancy tests and provide early prenatal education to clients with positive pregnancy tests
  • Under the supervision of the Executive Director and Medical Director, is responsible for the immediate supervision of clinic functions, direct and indirect nursing interventions and practices
  • Assess patient needs and make nursing judgments which reflect safe nursing practices, including reviewing of patient instructions for medical services and the medical procedures.
  • Maintain accurate records and follow up documentation including recording patient medical history, allergies, vital signs, prenatal stats, delivery stats and estimated dates of delivery
  • In conjunction with the Executive Director, develop and implement medical policies and procedures
  • Keep work areas and medical equipment clean and in good working condition and ensure proper disposal of medical waste
  • Maintain the clinic’s professional standards of care, following the ANA Code of Ethics, CLIA requirements and OSHA.
  • Update and implement infection control policies and procedures as needed
  • Represent the center in the community as delegated by the Executive Director
  • Seek ways to grow/improve medical services

*  Opportunity to add hours by considering shared position with another Elevate Life affiliated center, driving would be required

**TLC of Hastings is willing to pay for and send desirable candidate through ultrasound training with Heartbeat International.

TO APPLY:

Please send resume and cover letter to Andrea Kullmann, Executive Director, at andreak.tlchastings@gmail.com or mail to:

Andrea Kullmann
TLC of Hastings
919 Vermillion Street, Suite 100
Hastings, MN  55033


Willmar- Hope Pregnancy Center

Nurse Manager

Hope Pregnancy Center of Willmar is hiring a new Nurse Manager. We are looking for either an RN or a Nurse Practitioner with a heart for pro-life ministry to fill the position. This person would manage the medical portion of Hope Pregnancy Center and perform Pregnancy Tests, Ultrasounds, and STI Tests.

Please call Denise or Joan at: 320-235-7619 for more information.


St. Paul- Options for Women | East

Clinic Nurse

We are dedicated to providing life-affirming alternatives through support and services to pregnant women in the East Metro area of the Twin Cities. Through a coach approach, our goal is to positively impact our clients helping them achieve healthy, lasting changes in their lives. We endeavor to help them overcome their personal struggles through education and relationships.

Position Summary

The Nurse provides pregnancy testing with options education, STI testing and treatment with women’s health education, and support the physicians in the Prenatal Care Program.

Time Commitment: Non-exempt part-time position Mondays and Wednesdays 12-6 (12-14 hours a week) plus (3-4 hours every other week) Tuesdays 4-7 during Prenatal Care Program
Reports to both the Executive Director and the Medical Director
Training: Elevate Life Training, Orientation to Options for Women East, and on-the-job training.

Qualifications

  • Expresses full agreement with OFWE’s Mission Statement and Policies.
  • Willing to comply with policies and procedures of the clinic and work within the organizational structure.
  • Is a strong team player who creates an environment of mutual respect and fosters cooperation.
  • Has a sincere desire to reach out to abortion-vulnerable and abortion-minded women.
  • Exhibits strong commitment and dedication to the sanctity of all human life.
  • Exhibits strong commitment and dedication to sexual purity.
  • Must possess a current nursing license, be in good standing with the State Nursing Board and function in accordance with the licensing board of Minnesota.
  • Exhibit strong interpersonal and administrative skills.

Responsibilities

  • Maintains the clinic’s professional standards of care, following the ANA Code of Ethics and Minnesota Nurse Practice Act.
  • Under the supervision of the Executive Director and Medical Director is responsible to assure that clinic functions, direct and indirect nursing interventions and practices are in accordance with the OFWE Medical Policy and Procedure Manual.

Nursing Care

  • Provides pregnancy testing and options education to clients.
  • Screens clients for Necessary Services and provides education, resources, and referrals.
  • Provides STI testing, treatment, and education to clients.
  • Provides clients with education on the importance of early prenatal care, nutrition, smoking cessation, and alcohol’s effects on fetal development.
  • Provides client follow-up and supports clients in accessing early prenatal care.

Prenatal Program

  • Provides support both physically and administratively to the physicians in administering the Prenatal Program.
  • Oversees patient follow-up per patient care-plan and standardized procedures.
  • Teaches rotating quarterly classes on Prenatal Care and Newborn Care. The format is six week, one-hour classes. Curriculum and training provided.
  • Provides and coordinates coverage for the prenatal phone line.

Staff Development

  • Maintains regular attendance to all staff and medical team meetings.

HIPAA / OSHA Training

  • Provides support to the Executive Director in providing staff and volunteers with an annual HIPAA and OSHA regulation training.

The Nurse receives an annual evaluation from both the Medical Director and Executive Director.

To Apply: please send resume and completed job application to Jennifer Meyer at edjm@optionsforwomeneast.com.

Job Posted: May 24, 2017


Woodbury- Woodbury Options for Women

Nurse Manager

Woodbury Options for Women is a life-affirming organization dedicated to serving women, men, and families facing the challenge of pregnancy, as well as issues related to sexual health. Our clients experience hope and encouragement through positive and life-affirming personal support services, education and resources. We provide first-trimester ultrasound examinations, pregnancy testing, sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing as well as youth outreach, material assistance, and other services.  All services are free.  We are an affiliate of Elevate Life, formerly TLC Options for Women.

Position Summary

The nurse manager works cooperatively with the Executive Director and the Medical Director. She oversees and administers all medical services offered at the Center: pregnancy testing, STI testing and treatment, limited first-trimester ultrasound exams, and medical counseling during the course of medical testing.

The nurse manager is responsible for the direct oversight and supervision of all other nurses, whether paid staff or volunteer. She is also responsible for the training and supervision of all non-medical staff who perform pregnancy testing or STI testing.

Time Commitment:  Part-time (10 to 15 hours per week)

Essential Functions:

  • Administer limited ultrasound program.
  • Perform limited ultrasound examinations (upon completion of appropriate training).
  • Administer STI program and perform STI testing.
  • Train and oversee all staff performing STI testing.
  • Perform pregnancy testing.
  • Train and oversee all staff performing pregnancy testing.
  • Implement infection control policies and procedures.
  • Maintain quality assurance by reviewing charts, performing chart audits, and annual review of staff compliance.
  • Provide follow-up contact with clients when appropriate.
  • Supply medical education and resources to clients according to need.
  • Accurately document findings in client records and maintain strict confidentiality.
  • Maintain a respectful and collaborative working relationship with Center staff and volunteers.
  • Comply with all Elevate Life medical Policies and Procedures, the Elevate Life Standards of Practice as well as Woodbury Options for Women policies.

Other Functions:

  • Provide basic early prenatal education to clients with a positive pregnancy test.
  • Provide accurate information regarding adoption, abortion and parenting to clients with a positive pregnancy test who are abortion- vulnerable or abortion- minded.
  • Provide medical education regarding sexual health to clients with a negative pregnancy test.
  • Explain basic information about female fertility and contraception to clients as needed and appropriate.
  • Other duties as assigned by Executive Director.

Moral Qualifications:

  • Agreement with and commitment to WLRC values: We believe in the inherent dignity of each person, from conception to natural death; the right of our clients to receive compassionate support; the right to accurate information on life and health issues; the right to be seen as a whole person, with physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs.
  • Dedication to the pro-life philosophy. This means that while we provide factual information, we never provide referrals for abortion or contraception. We promote fertility awareness and sexual abstinence for the unmarried and natural family planning for married people.

 Professional Qualifications:

  • Must be a Registered Nurse (RN) with current MN licensure in good standing with the MN Board of Nursing. Prefer at least a few years of nursing experience, ideally in a community setting, but not necessary.  Prefer someone already trained in limited obstetrical ultrasound but will train the right person.
  • Educational: Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or equivalent. Completion of the National Institute of Family Life Advocates’ (NIFLA) Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound Course or equivalent (can be done after hire). Preferred: some experience in a Pregnancy Resource Center.
  • Personal: Able to empathize with people in distress, and the ability to give practical assistance; must have good listening skills, strong client orientation and the ability to engage in a non-judgmental way with all client demographics and situations.  Good interpersonal and communication skills are necessary.
  • Relational: Ability to work as a team member and to accept responsibility. Must also be able to work independently and to seek consultation when needed.

 Training:

  • Elevate Life’s 13-hour training program. (Can be done after hire).
  • NIFLA training (or equivalent) in Limited Obstetrical Ultrasound. (Can be done after hire).
  • On-the-job orientation with current nurse, Client Services Coordinator, and Executive Director.

 Location: Woodbury Options for Women is located at 1103 Weir Drive, suite 400, Woodbury, MN, 55125. 651-340-9062.

To Apply: Interested applicants should send their resumes to Sara Oakland Curl, Executive Director, at WoodburyOptions@gmail.com or directly to the center.

Job Posted: May 24, 2017


Forest Lake- Lakes LifeCare Center

Nurse Sonographer

Summary

The Nurse Sonographer cares for and treats patients in the center as directed by the Medical Director’s Standing orders and within the scope of practice outlined by the MN State Nursing Association and the ANA Code of Ethics.

Hours: 4 (one day per week), possible opportunity for more hours
Reports to: The Executive Director
Supervises: None

Qualifications

Exhibit strong commitment and dedication to the sanctity of all human life and principles of sexual integrity.

Agree with and be willing to uphold the Statement of Principle, Mission Statement, Articles of Incorporation and the Policies of Lakes Life Care Center

Education and/or Experience – Two year RN Degree from a two-year college or university and one-year related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Limited Obstetric Ultrasound training and documentation of competency

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

Current MN RN License

Current BLS Certification

Current Drivers License

Ultrasound Training Certification

 

Major Responsibilities:

Conduct intakes and assess patient needs and make nursing judgments that reflect safe nurse practices

Administers pregnancy tests, STI results and other duties assigned

Can perform Limited Obstetric Ultrasound-based on appropriate training, the direction of the standing orders from the Medical Director’s standing orders and AHWONN guidelines

Cleans instruments and equipment, and maintains stock of supplies

Maintain accurate patient records.

Responsible for reading and implementing the Medical Policy and Procedure Manual.

Training & Self Development:

Complete Elevate Life and Heartbeat International trainings annually.
Attend workshops, seminars, and meetings as requested by Executive Director.
Stays informed of Heartbeat International and NIFLA policies and recommendations.

To Apply: Interested applicants should send their resumes by email to jillmarwagner@gmail.com or mail to Lakes Life Care Center directly.

Job Posted: April 27, 2017

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