A team member of nursing services who participates in the delivery of health care to the patients of Pueblo Community Health Center.
Clinical Nursing Manager
Infrequent travel may include limited local travel
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Essential to have ability to understand information/instruction, be able to exchange verbal information with others and ability to present information/instruction verbally.
Essential to have ability to read and understand written materials and to compose information/instruction in a written form.
Essential to have ability to memorize.
Essential to have ability to reason mathematically, have analytical skills and be able to problem solve.
Must have excellent organizational skills.
Ability to speak Spanish preferred (may be required depending on departmental needs).
A current Colorado license - Licensed Practical Nurse (L.P.N.) or graduate of a Medical Assistant program.
Current certification or registration through NHA, AMT, AAMA or other recognized credentialing organization is required.
Current B.L.S. with skills demonstration C.P.R. certification for Healthcare Providers required
One year as an L.P.N. or Medical Assistant desired.
Additional Salary Information: Pueblo Community Health Center offers a flexible benefits program to full-time and part-time employees working 20 hours or more per week.
Benefit opportunities presently available to employees are listed below:
Long-Term Disability Insurance
Short-Term Disability Insurance
403(b) Tax-Sheltered Annuity Plan
Cafeteria 125 Flexible Spending Account
In addition to the benefits available for purchase through the Cafeteria 125 plan, Pueblo Community Health Center offers supplemental insurances and generous paid time off benefits including holidays and personal time off (PTO). The organization also contributes to the employee’s tax-sheltered annuity plan after one year of service.
Internal Number: 13031
About PUEBLO COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
Access to affordable health care is one of the primary elements that contribute to quality of life. Since 1983 Pueblo Community Health Center (PCHC) has provided quality primary care to those in need. Today, the independent, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) is managed by a community board of directors and has fourteen sites throughout Pueblo and Huerfano counties. PCHC never turns away a patient based on ability to pay. PCHC utilizes care teams and operates a patient-centered medical home care model. Services include medical, dental, behavioral health, perinatal, patient pharmacy and laboratory, and case management. It also serves special populations that include those living with HIV/AIDS, experiencing homelessness, and migrant/seasonal farmworkers. Over 27,000 patients trust PCHC to be there regular and usual source of health care.
Welcome to Pueblo, Colorado, where there is something for everyone! Whether proximity to the great outdoors is a priority or big city shopping, entertainment, or professional sports is of interest, Pueblo is ideally situated on the I-25 corridor, 1.5 hours south of Denver, and plenti...ful ski/hike/bike/camping options are nearby.
Locally, there is more. Pueblo offers easy access to boating and fishing at Lake Pueblo (15 minutes west of the city) with 60 miles of shoreline, and almost 10,000 acres of state park land. Extensive bike trails are plentiful. The Arkansas tail-water has been rated one of the top ten in the United States for fishing. The multi-cultural community features a mile-long Historic Arkansas Riverwalk, galleries, and museums. The award winning Robert Hoag Rawlings Library is steps from PCHC’s Colorado Avenue Clinic. The Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center boasts one of best children’s museums in the state—The Buell Children’s Museum—which offers innovative, hands-on exhibits for people of all ages. Two major Pueblo events that draw visitors from around the state and region annually include the Colorado State Fair and the Chile and Frijole Festival.
Higher education in Pueblo can be found at the Colorado State University-Pueblo. It is an institution of nearly 4,000 students and is a fully accredited regional comprehensive state university. Pueblo Community College offers a variety of academic and vocational training programs.
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