IDDP Registered Nurse
Position provides advanced nursing services for the care and treatment of individuals with intellectual developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include screening, planning, developing, organizing, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating an array of health-related services which respond to the individual needs of people with intellectual developmental disabilities and related conditions; completes annual comprehensive assessments for the waiver programs; oversees the administration of medication for clients served, which includes delegation; scheduling of medical appointments; provides consultation, training, and technical assistance to staff, clients and their families, as necessary; provides direct health and medical support services as necessary; serves on after-hours crisis service rotation; responsible for writing policies and procedures, as well as service documentation for clinical record and billing purposes. Requires extensive travel within the local Northern Region service area.
This position is Full-time .
Salary: $25.68/hourly plus $100 on-call pay
Exempt Position: 8-5 Mon-Friday (Flex)
Employee Benefits at Full Time Include:
- Employer-Cost Sharing of Health Insurance (Includes 50% of Elected Dependent Coverage)
- Employer-Paid Short-Term Disability Insurance
- Employer-Paid Term Life Insurance
- Employer-Match Retirement Contributions (Up to 5% of Base Salary)
- Optional Dental, Vision, Life and Long-Term Disability Insurance
- Wellness Program
- 12 Paid Holidays per Year
- 2 Weeks Paid Vacation per Year with Graduating Accrual Rate
- 2+ Weeks of Paid Sick Leave per Year
Minimum Qualifications: Requires current Texas licensure as a RN, plus two years’ experience as a RN in a health care facility. Or, a Bachelor’s degree in nursing from an accredited college or university, plus current Texas licensure as a RN with one year of work experience as a RN in a health care facility. Or, a Master’s degree in nursing from an accredited college or university, plus current Texas licensure as a RN. Or, a current Texas licensure as an LVN working to obtain RN licensure within 180 days could be considered. Must have valid Texas driver’s license and acceptable driving record, as well as personal automobile liability insurance as required by the state of Texas.
Preferred Qualifications: One year nursing experience in a health care facility serving persons with intellectual developmental disabilities; experience working in an ICF-IDD and/or HCS residential program; working computer skills including MS Word; and bilingual skills (English/Spanish).