Registered Nurse- PACE $5000 Sign on Bonus

Registered Nurse- PACE $5000 Sign on Bonus

May 13, 2022

Join the ICHS Team!

Discover how you can make an impact on people, communities and creating greater health equity.

International Community Health Services (ICHS) is a nationally-recognized federally qualified health center, and for over 45 years ICHS has provided culturally and linguistically appropriate health and wellness services, including increasing health equity for uninsured and medically underserved individuals of all languages and walks of life. We firmly believe that access to quality health care strengthens our families and communities, and promotes a more just society. We take pride in our diverse and inclusive workforce and at ICHS we value respect and support each other so each individual can achieve his or her full potential. We invite you to join us and be inspired by colleagues that share your mission and purpose.

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We offer

Eligible for a Sign-On Bonus up to $3000
Competitive salary for the Seattle/Puget Sound region
“Share the success” bonuses
Insurance premiums 100% paid by ICHS
Paid time off accrual up to 200 hours annually with up to 264 hours rollover year to year
Automatic 4% retirement contribution
9 paid holidays a year, including 2 personal holidays
Reimbursement for professional licensure
Core Responsibilities

Performs face to face initial assessment, semiannual assessment and periodic nursing assessment with PACE participants in the clinic to identify nursing care, medical stability/complexity and congruity of care needs with medical diagnosis and care plan developed by the care team and Documents all care activities in EHR.
Provides skilled nursing care, nursing treatments, intervention, medication administration according to prescribed medical treatment plans.
Develop and implement nursing care plans according to nursing standards for PACE participants.
Serves as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team, attends scheduled meetings and client plan of care review meetings daily and provides clinical input to the interdisciplinary care team about the client plan of care.
Collaborate with IDT and other inter departmental disciplines to identify, and monitor changes of participant condition
Coordinates care with clients, caregivers and others on the team to evaluate and adjust services as necessary to implement client specific care plans.
May participate in a joint team/family meeting to discuss current nursing practices, concerns and suggestions for care plan update and/or revisions. n. Establishes and maintains cooperative working relationships with other program staff, contact agencies and outside organizations.
Provides over the phone triage, nurse education and directs appropriate care for acute and non-acute participant needs.
Counsels and guides individuals and families towards self-help in recognition and solution of physical, emotional and environmental health problems.

Serve as the point of contact and Home Care Services RN for PACE program participants.
At the direction of the Director of Clinical Services performs initial nursing assessment, and semiannual assessments of all PACE participants in their home environment in conjunction with Occupational Therapist and Home Care Access Liaison, to determine their individual needs.
Coordinates with the interdisciplinary team to develop individualized care plan for each participant. Collaborate, coordinate and oversee implementation of care plan with care-giving resources.
At the direction of the Director of Clinical Services designee performs clinical review of tasks for Home Health Aides, Individual Care Providers and ensures review of clients initial and ongoing care needs are carried out based on the interdisciplinary team’s plan of care.
When PACE participants are receiving acute care, performs monthly and as needed follow up home visits to evaluate compliance with the Plan of Care
In conjunction with the Home Care Access Liaison, ensures each Home Health Aide reviews POC and any additional instructions for care of each patient prior to providing home health services and ensures each Home Health Aide assists with medications according to agency policy
As the home care services designee, be available during all hours of PACE program M-F
Assists in training, orienting, inservicing and providing nursing oversight in-home caregiver staff according to program needs and regulatory requirements.
Effectively communicates with clients and their families regarding home care needs, concerns and/or problems with coverage.
Document detailed, accurate, and timely case records through the ICHS electronic health record. Maintain case records in accordance with health care policies/procedures, agency standards and regulatory requirements.
Provides skilled supportive and restorative nursing care to participants as ordered, re-evaluating their care plan and health status on an on-going basis.
Informs necessary parties about client health changes and ensures documentation of changes of health status. Continuously Re-evaluates the Home Care Services care plan and monitors participants’ health status in home care service per agreement as needed.
Shares in the responsibility for providing and maintaining an environment that is conducive to the safety and physical wellbeing of all HAWP participants and staff.
Work with the patient’s interdisciplinary team to promote health and also to reduce hospitalizations, Emergency Department utilization, and to assure the patient receives recommended primary and specialty care and preventive measures.
Ensures client medication adherence, changes, and compliance and teaching.
Maintains the confidentiality of all company procedures, results, and information about participants, clients or families.
Participates in continuing education classes and any required staff and training meetings. Maintains professional affiliations and any required certifications.
Practices universal precautions and follows appropriate Infection Control procedures.
Employees must have medical clearance for communicable diseases and up-to-date immunizations before having direct participant contact.

Position Requirements
Education – Graduate of a professional nursing school. Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing Preferred.
Experience – Minimum of one year of working with frail, elderly and aging population.
Other Requirement(s) – Current WA State RN License, BLS Certification Required.

Company Info

Company Name
International Community Health Services

Company URL

Contact Name
Isela Torres


(206) 788-3624


720 8th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98104