About the organization
Pacific Quest cultivates Sustainable Growth in our students, in our families, in our communities, and in ourselves.
Pacific Quest’s innovative Sustainable Growth model incorporates Whole Person Wellness, Individualized Clinical Care, Rites of Passage, Horticultural Therapy and Healthy Community Living in an outdoor, experiential environment.
These diverse and adaptable principles facilitate an empowered sense of self, create resilient and successful short-term transitions and nurture a healthy relationship with family, community, work and purpose.
Forming the foundation for our comprehensive curriculum, these principles make our program accessible to an international clientele of adolescents, young adults, and their families.
Pacific Quest believes that our ability to incorporate these principles at an organizational and community level are integral to our positive and progressive culture and overall long-term success.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Prepare medications for staff assisted self-administration
Preparation for all resident intakes which includes labeling, auditing, and documenting medications, OTCs, and supplements in accordance with the consent to continue document
Preparation and updates of all resident Field Wellness Plans
Follow all resident departure policies and procedures
Assist in the daily procedures and operations of the Wellness Department as related to administrative tasks, medication self- administration, and resident wellness checks
Assist in staff training regarding medication self- administration and record keeping.
Assist in staff training for first aid, response and medical needs of the residents
Communication with outside providers and pharmacies for medication distribution and care
Maintain the weekly medication inventory in collaboration with the Nurse Supervisor and program RNs
Provide nursing assessment for all residents in the field who are experiencing physical, emotional, or mental symptoms related to their health.
Take vital signs and perform pertinent physical exams within the scope of the RN license.
Report subjective and objective findings to the Pacific Quest Physicians via established reporting systems
Maintain appropriate, consistent, and timely medical documentation
Take part in the program’s electronic medical records transition, assist with data entry.
Must have and maintain an active Hawaii Registered Nursing License
Must have weekend and night time on-call availability and flexibility
At least 2 years experience working in the medical field as a RN
At least 2 years of direct patient care experience as a RN
Ability to be a team player, to form mutually respectful relationship with staff and students and to grow professionally in meeting the challenges of this position
Ability to practice sound judgement regarding external and internal communication
Track record of impeccable judgment with proper medical care and attention for students
Must have a positive approach, attitude and demeanor with team, students, families and all stakeholders at Pacific Quest
Valid driver’s license and clean driving record, ability to drive manual vehicles is desired; use own vehicle while working (except when transporting students)
Basic computer skills
Ability to work independently
Able to lean into challenges and give 100% while at work
Must pass a thorough background check and drug screen
Annual physical and TB clearance required and must be kept current
Must provide and maintain current CPR/First Aid certification. CPR certifications must be from a classroom training, and no substitutions for First Aid certs (i.e. Wilderness First Aid, Wilderness First Responder) can be accepted
Maintain current NVCI (Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Training) certification provided by Pacific Quest
Contact email: [email protected]
Please apply online or send resume to [email protected]
Equal Opportunity Employment
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