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

The Children’s Clinic is actively seeking a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse to join our team. This position is eligible for our two part sign-on bonus of $5000 for full-time and $1000 for part-time.

We are: Together we’re a team of dedicated pediatric practitioners who believe in a progressive, positive, team-driven environment where every person is a valued member, treated with respect, and encouraged to contribute. Our organization is committed to providing exceptional quality care to our patients in a culturally responsible approach, treating each patient individually. We provide Family-Centered care that focuses on the child’s needs first and values the family as an essential member of the care team.

You are: A compassionate medical professional who can work efficiently and effectively with the pediatric patient population while communicating respectfully with people of varied cultures, ethnicities, and educational and socioeconomic backgrounds. As an expert on the front line of patient care, you will have the opportunity to provide input and insight into creating change, improving the process, and reshaping the way our patient care is delivered.

You will: work in close partnership with the clinician(s) as an integral and valued member of the care team. Duties will include evaluating patient needs and formulating and implementing an appropriate nursing care plan to include physiological, psychosocial, and environmental factors. Implement revisions of care plans based on ongoing assessments as needed with any new data or changes in patient condition.

Documentation of nursing assessment and patient provided, including nursing intervention, patient response to care provided, patient needs, problems, capabilities, limitations, and progress toward goals. All documentation will include evidence of appropriate patient, family, and significant other teachings, and the understanding of these instructions is noted in the record. Schedule appointments as needed using clinical prioritizing protocols and scheduling policies.

The use of sound clinical judgment, knowledge, and experience is imperative in order to give patients self-care advice when applicable in an effective manner. Provide ongoing communication with the medical providers regarding patient needs, nursing assessments, interventions, and patient education promptly.

In collaboration with the healthcare team, patient, and family, this position coordinates and promotes patient health by utilizing evidence-based practice to deliver professional nursing care across the care continuum. This position advocates for the patient and family, adhering to nursing and medical care plans, regulatory standards, and organizational values.

Together we will: As a team of highly skilled medical and administrative professionals, we will provide evidence-based pediatric care emphasizing the patient’s individual needs. We will share a mutual commitment to improving our patients’ quality and health by providing the highest quality care with compassion, integrity, and continuity to our patients from birth to young adulthood.

What you’ll need: Valid RN or LPN license from the State of Oregon. Graduation from an accredited school of nursing. BLS certification is required and must remain current. Strong patient assessment skills, ability to work collaboratively in a team setting, and current working knowledge of electronic medical records.

 

What we will provide: Flexibility with security. Our salaries are competitive, and we emphasize providing a schedule that best aligns with your employment needs. A complete comprehensive benefits plan is provided that includes an employer-funded 401K and a generous paid time off program. We are a collaborative team that balances providing exceptional care to the patients we serve in an environment that is professional while still fun and engaging. 

 

Clinical Compliance Manager

The Children’s Clinic is actively seeking a Clinical Compliance Manager to join our team. This position is eligible for our two part sign-on bonus of $5000.

We are: Together we’re a team of dedicated pediatric practitioners who believe in a progressive, positive, team-driven environment where every person is a valued member, treated with respect, and encouraged to contribute. Our organization is committed to providing exceptional quality care to our patients in a culturally responsible approach, treating each patient individually. We provide Family-Centered care that focuses on the child’s needs first and values the family as an essential member of the care team.

You are: A professional who exhibits a combination of strong organizational, communication, and project management skills. As an expert on the front line of patient compliance and safety, you efficiently manage the complexities of clinical processes and regulatory procedures in a fast-paced clinical care environment.

You will: The Clinical Compliance Manager will be responsible for managing, implementing, and coordinating the regulatory compliance programs for the organization. The role will handle the collection, review, and analysis of information related to privacy and safety while consistently evaluating the efficiency of the assigned controls. The position will serve as a resource to clinic team members regarding federal, state regulations while utilizing quality methodology to educate all levels of staff in continuous compliance improvement and safety concepts.

Provide direct supervision of assigned clinical team members working in conjunction with the Clinical Operations Manager. Direct reports will include Lab, X-ray, and Advice team members. The position will work closely with its assigned team to provide open feedback and coaching to drive performance improvement. The ideal candidate will have the ability to analyze problems and issues from various perspectives to understand the legal, clinical, and human resources impacts of decisions.

Together we will: As a team of highly skilled medical and administrative professionals, we will provide evidence-based pediatric care emphasizing the patient’s individual needs. We will share a mutual commitment to improving our patients’ quality and health by providing the highest quality care with compassion, integrity, and continuity to our patients from birth to young adulthood.

What you’ll need: Valid RN or LPN license from the State of Oregon. Experience in a healthcare leadership role with an emphasis on the implementation of healthcare-related compliance programs in a patient care environment. Experience in conducting efficient and regular training, investigations, risk assessments, and auditing and monitoring activities.

 

What we will provide: Flexibility with security. Our salaries are competitive, and we emphasize providing a schedule that best aligns with your employment needs. A complete comprehensive benefits plan is provided that includes an employer-funded 401K and a generous paid time off program. We are a collaborative team that balances providing exceptional care to the patients we serve in an environment that is professional while still fun and engaging.  

Purchasing & Accounting Coordinator

The Children’s Clinic is actively seeking a Purchasing & Accounting Coordinator to join our team. This position is eligible for our two-part sign-on bonus of $5000.

We are: Together we’re a team of dedicated pediatric practitioners who believe in a progressive, positive, team-driven environment where every person is a valued member, treated with respect, and encouraged to contribute. Our organization is committed to providing exceptional quality care to our patients in a culturally responsible approach, treating each patient individually. We provide Family-Centered care that focuses on the child’s needs first and values the family as an essential member of the care team.

You are: A professional who exhibits a combination of logical and idea-oriented traits in the workplace. You are data-oriented while able to think outside of the box and do not shy away from a good challenge. A working environment that involves research, auditing, and accounting, with the addition of innovative thinking and creativity, is appealing to you.

You will: Work in partnership with the clinical and administrative teams with the ultimate goal of successfully providing exceptional care to the pediatric population we serve. Your daily responsibilities will include overseeing, coordinating, reporting, and performing purchasing activities. You will be responsible for determining funding source, tracking, analyzing trends, negotiating vendor agreements, and ensuring that purchasing activities align with clinic policies and procedures and on the appropriate funding source. You will be responsible for overseeing the recording of purchase invoices into the general ledger, performing routine month-end journal entries, and account reconciliations.

Together we will: As a team of highly skilled medical and administrative professionals, we will provide evidence-based pediatric care with an emphasis on the patient’s individual needs. We will share a mutual commitment to improving our patients’ quality and health by providing the highest quality care with compassion, integrity, and continuity to our patients from birth to young adulthood.

What you’ll need: High school diploma or equivalent is required. Excellent computer and writing skills, including high proficiency in the use of MS Office with emphasis on Excel. 1-2 years of experience in medical supplies/equipment and materials management preferred. 1-2 years of general AP or accounting experience preferred. Must have the ability to walk, climb stairs, bend, reach, and lift up to 25 pounds.