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Community Health Nurse



Job Description
The Community Health Dept. has an opening for a full time Community Health Nurse. Salary: $4094/mo. to $5494/mo. DOE, DOQ plus County benefits. Performs comprehensive nursing services requiring independent professional judgment and carries additional responsibilities for coordination of programs; immunization, HIV, STD, Tuberculosis and communicable disease. This position is expected to apply broad knowledge of the policies and procedures of Public Health Nursing at Walla Walla County Community Health Department, using State and National Guidelines as well as the Registered Nurse Scope of Practice described in the Washington State Nurse Practice Act. A Bachelor of Science in Nursing with experience documenting skills, knowledge and abilities required by the position OR an Associate Degree in Nursing from an accredited School of Nursing with three (3) years in Public Health. Work experience with infants, children and/or families. Must be current in cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR). A current valid Registered Nursing license for the State of Washington. See the job description at: www.co.walla-walla.wa.us for the complete list of qualifications and essential functions. APPLICATION, RESUME AND COVER LETTER REQUIRED. Position open until filled, first review July 30, 2018. EEO/ADA









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