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Registered Nurse, Juneau, AK

Organization: Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC)
Category: Nurse
Location: Juneau, AK
Date Job Posted: October 10, 2020
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Registered Nurse
Organization: Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC)
Category: Professional
Location: Juneau, Alaska

This is not just a job change – this is a lifestyle choice for the individual who loves the outdoors, a regular work schedule and the opportunity to make a rewarding, social impact with the displaced population in Juneau, the capital of Alaska.

Who We Are

Our SEARHC Front Street Clinic provides healthcare services for the homeless population located in downtown Juneau. We seek the Nurse who enjoys the calling to guide and assist this population of patients in a Monday through Friday, 8:00 - 5:00 pm setting.

Approximately a 2 ½ hour flight from Seattle, WA, SEARHC is the healthcare system throughout the scenic Inner Passage of Alaska. Our temperature sweet spot is between 20 degrees in winter and just shy of 70 degrees in summer. We proudly rank among the not-to-be-missed, beautiful mountains/water locations in the U.S. Our staff at Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) are dedicated healthcare professionals. We support staff with excellent compensation and benefits. Our employees are our valued assets and SEARHC actively safeguards them in their care giver roles during these difficult Covid times.

What the Job is

The RN (or an LPN is also a possibility) joins a clinic care team to service patients with chronic and acute medical and behavioral health problems. Confident in your nursing skills, must assess, prioritize needs and facilitate patient flow while coordinating care with the provider(s). Use critical thinking to expedite care for the daily activities at the Front Street location. Respectful, caring and responsible, the Nurse promotes and facilitates effective relationships with this population of patients.


Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing; One (1) year of general nursing preferred. 1-3 years best for the nurse candidate to perform confidently in assessing and caring for this unique group's healthcare challenges. State of Alaska license to practice must be obtained within 60 days of employment; Basic life support certification preferred; Knowledge of nursing process, critical thinking, safety/infection control knowledge needed; Problem-solver and confident, calm conflict resolver in situations ; independent worker in what can be a busy environment.

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