Employment

The Children’s Clinic is committed to providing the highest quality of care in a compassionate inclusive environment.   We are an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer that does not discriminate against applicants based any protected class status.  We welcome applicants with diverse backgrounds who thrive in an inclusive patient-centered environment.

The Children’s Clinic offers a progressive, positive work environment that thrives on providing superior quality care to the individuals we serve. We offer excellent benefits, including medical, dental, and vision insurance; life insurance; generous 401k; paid time off and more.

To apply for any open positions, please send your cover letter and resume to: hr@childrens-clinic.com

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Advice Nurse

The Children’s Clinic offers a progressive, positive, team-driven environment where every person is a valued member, treated with respect, encouraged to contribute, and recognized and rewarded for their efforts. Our organization is committed to providing exceptional quality care to our patients in a culturally responsible approach, treating each patient individually. Together, we are stronger with shared goals and mutual support that leads to personal success.

We are seeking a Registered Nurse to join our triage team. The position is full-time M-F 8:30a-5:30p and will qualify as a remote position once training is complete. The candidate must have a current RN license from the State of Oregon.

Sign-on bonus provided $2500 after 90-day orientation and an additional $2500 after six months of employment.

RN Primary Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate patient needs and formulate and implement an appropriate nursing care plan to include physiological, psychosocial, and environmental factors. Revise plan of care based on ongoing assessments as needed with any new data or changes in patient condition.
  • Document nursing assessment and patient care provided, including nursing intervention, patient response to care provided, patient needs, problems, capabilities, limitations, and progress toward goals.
  • Documentation includes evidence of appropriate patient, family, and significant other teachings, and the understanding of these instructions is noted in the record.
  • Must use sound clinical judgment, knowledge, and experience to effectively give patients self-care advice when applicable.
  • Communicate with the medical provider regarding patient needs, nursing assessments, interventions, and patient education in a timely manner.
  • Schedule appointments using clinical prioritizing protocols and scheduling policies.

Qualifications Required for the Position:

  • Must have at least one-year prior triage experience in Family Practice, Emergency Room, Urgent Care, or Pediatrics.
  • Must be extremely skilled in active listening.
  • Demonstrate ability to handle emergencies in a prompt, precise, professional manner.
  • Ability to communicate with diverse groups of people to include staff, providers, and patients.

Education:

  • Valid RN license from the State of Oregon.
  • BLS certification is required and must remain current.

Compensation & Benefits:

  • 401k plan with Employer contribution of 7.5% annually
  • Comprehensive Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
  • Employer-paid Life, Short-Term Disability.
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Voluntary benefits: Buy-up Life, Dependent Life, Long-Term Disability.
  • Generous Paid Time Off plan to include PTO, Sick, Holiday.
  • Employee Assistance Program

 

CMA

The Children’s Clinic offers a progressive, positive, team-driven environment where every person is a valued member, treated with respect, encouraged to contribute, and recognized and rewarded for their efforts. Our organization is committed to providing exceptional quality care to our patients in a culturally responsible approach, treating each patient individually.

We are currently recruiting for a Certified Medical Assistant to join our team. The position is full-time M-F 8:30a-5:30p at our SW Portland location.

The CMA role will collaborate with physicians, mid-level providers, and other staff members.

Sign-on bonus provided $2500 after 90-day orientation and an additional $2500 after six months of employment.

CMA Primary responsibilities:

  • Rooming, collecting patient vital signs, point of care testing, administering immunizations.
  • Documentation in the electronic medical record (EHR)
  • Maintaining clinic flow, stocking exam rooms, assisting with procedures and treatments.
  • Complete necessary forms, chart notes, reports in a timely matter.
  • Detail-oriented, able to rely on experience and judgment to perform a variety of tasks, participate on a team, and accomplish goals
  • Create and uphold a welcoming atmosphere for our patients.
  • Able to interact and treat all persons with fairness, respect, and sensitivity to cultural/social differences

Qualifications required for the position:

  • Valid Certified Medical Assistant
  • Current CPR certification
  • Prefer a minimum of one (1) year of clinical experience in primary medicine
  • Electronic Medical Records (EMR) experience

Compensation & Benefits:

  • 401k plan with Employer Matching up to 7.5% annually
  • Comprehensive Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
  • Employer-paid Life, Short-Term Disability.
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Voluntary benefits: Buy-up Life, Dependent Life, Long-Term Disability.
  • Generous Paid Time Off plan to include PTO, Sick, Holiday.
  • Employee Assistance Program

Nursing Supervisor

The Children’s Clinic offers a progressive, positive, team-driven environment where every person is a valued member, treated with respect, encouraged to contribute, and recognized and rewarded for their efforts. Our organization is committed to providing exceptional quality care to our patients in a culturally responsible approach, treating each patient individually.

We are seeking a Clinical Supervisor to join our clinical leadership team. The position will support the Nurse Manager by providing daily oversight of clinical operations while supporting the clinical team to help ensure a smooth flow of processes, while problem-solving barriers to meet both employee and patient satisfaction.

Sign-on bonus provided $2500 after 90-day orientation and an additional $2500 after six months of employment.

ADMINISTRATIVE SITE SUPPORT:

  • Providing indirect site supervision of MA/RN/Lab/X-Ray staff including training and support for daily operational workflows needs.
  • Provide input and development of evaluations for staff, participating in gathering feedback and tracking performance to goals set.
  • Acts as main site super-user for understanding clinical workflows helping Nurse Manager to establish module super-users for additional workflow project support.
  • As requested, cover for Nurse Manager when away for setting employee schedules, taking absence calls, review/approval of overtime, and review/approval of vacation requests following set guidelines.
  • Ensures sharing email/workflow communications to site nurses/modules to ensure timeliness of communications and gathering of feedback of nursing staff to support fostering a spirit of good communication, cooperation, and promotion of teamwork.

OPERATIONAL SITE SUPPORT:

  • This position will support the Nurse Manager at their designated site by:
  • Reviews daily workflows helping to identify trended issues, barriers and works with the Nurse Manager, providers, and staff for determining solutions. This may include gathering and tracking data trends to understand underlying workflow barriers, observing and gathering examples and input from staff to foster collaboration and communication of support for a resolution.
  • Supports Nurse Manager and Practice Manager as needed for assisting in the review of patient complaints and improvement of patient satisfaction. Maintains customer confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential. Ensures confidentiality standards (HIPAA) are understood and followed by staff.
  • Performs daily monitoring and as-needed education to staff for meeting QI guidelines, OSHA and CLIA requirements, company and department guidelines, policies, procedures, and protocols.
  • Rounds in the clinic throughout the day for troubleshooting barriers including maintaining an ongoing review through the day of the provider clinic schedules helping to ensure providers stay on time and/or where additional support may be needed for providers, nursing staff, and desktop management.
  • Monitors trends for delays in provider clinics, lab, and x-ray sharing information and reaching out to providers/staff for resolving delays. Ensures communication to patients for delays occurs for check-in process following job aid directions.
  • Provides site management of supplies and ordering following FIFO approach and job aide process. Ensures meeting of OSHA and regulatory guidelines for expired drugs, as well as maintaining use of SRX inventory system.
  • Site/Practice coverage dependent on staffing levels.

Education & Experience:

  • LPN graduate of an accredited School of Nursing
  • Valid Oregon Nursing License, Current BLS
  • Demonstrated supervisory experience. Strong problem-solving skills along with proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, and within an EMR system.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong customer service orientation, and ability to work as a team member. Must possess a strong drive for responsibility, and task completion. Originality in problem-solving, with the ability to make independent decisions, and move forward with actions. Ability to work at times in a stressful situation, helping to mediate situations that lead to solution/resolution. Understanding of HIPPA and OSHA regulations.

Compensation & Benefits:

  • 401k plan with Employer contribution of 7.5% annually
  • Comprehensive Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
  • Employer-paid Life, Short-Term Disability.
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Voluntary benefits: Buy-up Life, Dependent Life, Long-Term Disability.
  • Generous Paid Time Off plan to include PTO, Sick, Holiday.
  • Employee Assistance Program

Mental Health Care Coordinator

The Children’s Clinic offers a progressive, positive, team-driven environment where every person is a valued member, treated with respect, encouraged to contribute, and recognized and rewarded for their efforts. Our organization is committed to providing exceptional quality care to our patients in a culturally responsible approach, treating each patient individually.

We are currently recruiting for a Mental Health Care Coordinator to join our team. The position is full-time M-F 8:30a-5:30p primarily at our Tualatin location.

The Mental Health Care Coordinator functions as a collective member of an inter-disciplinary team that involves the patient’s primary care provider and behavioral health practitioners in a primary care clinic setting.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide support to the Behavioral Health Team across all clinics by assisting with non-clinical coordination of care for our pediatric patient population.
  • Engage in relationship building with community partners and resource facilities. Network with community mental health providers for effective coordination of care purposes including long term mental health care options.
  • Initiate and monitor referrals to external services to include care coordination for significant mood disorders and other similar higher need diagnoses.
  • Monitor accessibility of care to the BHC program, assisting patients with appointment assistance and guidance where needed. Assist patients with any potential barriers impeding access to mental health care or community resources.
  • Establish and maintain rapport with children and families, while developing effective working relationships with the BHC team.
  • Participate in BHC team meetings. Attend informational and clinical meetings and required trainings.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

  • Knowledge of best practices related to Behavioral Health Care Coordination services.
  • Demonstrated ability to listen and communicate with others in a professional and caring manner including sensitivity with individuals from diverse cultures and lifestyles.
  • Ability to form collaborative relationships with providers and patients.
  • Highly organized, motivated, and able to demonstrate effective problem-solving skills.
  • High degree of confidentiality and integrity as well as professional ethics, including accountability and responsibility.
  • Passion and commitment to working with children and families.

Education and Experience:

  • Master’s degree in Social Work or bachelor’s degree in a behavioral sciences field with similar work experience in healthcare or behavioral health setting.
  • Experience providing direct services, particularly related to coordination of care between healthcare and behavioral health service providers.

Compensation & Benefits:

  • 401k plan with Employer Matching up to 7.5% annually
  • Comprehensive Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
  • Employer-paid Life, Short-Term Disability.
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Voluntary benefits: Buy-up Life, Dependent Life, Long-Term Disability.
  • Generous Paid Time Off plan to include PTO, Sick, Holiday.
  • Employee Assistance Program