Friday , January 27 2023

FBI Employment – Occupational Health Nurse

Website Federal Bureau of Investigation

Job Description:

At the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), maintaining a healthy, safe, and fit workforce is paramount to the FBI mission. Our Occupational Health Nurses (OHNs) work diligently to meet this goal within their FBI office of assignment in collaboration with Medical Operations and Readiness Unit (MORU) medical officers and other healthcare professionals at FBI Headquarters (HQ). Your work will ensure the medical readiness of the workforce through administering Fitness for Duty (FFD) evaluations, medical mandates (work restrictions), travel medicine and immunization programs. In this role, you will also respond to routine, work-related illnesses, injuries, and medical emergencies and provide employee health promotion activities and education.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Fitness for Duty (FFD) evaluations and medical surveillance examinations — Review exams and manage work restrictions for employees with fitness for duty requirements, as well as review OSHA required medical screenings for identified positions. Review and analyze medical reports, diagnostic tests, and laboratory findings under the direction of MORU protocols and MORU medical officer advisement.
  • Prepare a variety of communications to MORU, division personnel, and division management including, but not limited to, medical case reports, statistical medical readiness reports, medical financial expenditures, and Field Office policy statements adapted from MORU protocols and FBI policies.
  • Monitor and record health services medical exam activities, medication par levels, and medical supply monthly expenditures for reporting to MORU. This position requires the skill set and ability to perform OHN functions in an autonomous environment, administratively and clinically, while managing the HSO office and MORU programs.
  • Develop strategic health program goals and objectives for the occupational health program at the direction of MORU, with input from Field Office management.
  • Health administration — Monitor and report contract medical facility performance concerns, oversee FFD financial expenditures, report monthly spending to assigned MORU representatives, and ensure timely processing of invoices in accordance with policy.
  • Health promotion/education — Provide health promotion activities within the scope of FBI directives and accepted standards of occupational nursing practice. Activities cover areas such as health and wellness, travel medicine, nutrition, and disease-specific topics.
  • Assessment and nursing care — Treat routine, work-related illness or injuries and respond to medical emergencies on FBI property. Provide limited treatment and/or treatment referral in accordance with applicable FBI policies, procedures, and protocols.

Job Requirements:

  • Be able to obtain a Top Secret Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) Clearance.
  • Have good nursing assessment and case management skills.
  • Be certified in Basic Life Support (CPR).
  • Be a U.S. citizen.
  • Have basic computer skills and experience with electronic health records (HER) systems.
  • Never have been convicted of a felony.
  • Meet the FBI’s Employment Eligibility requirements.
  • Have (or be able to obtain) a valid driver’s license.
  • Have at least five years of recent (no more than one-year absence) nursing practice in one or more of these fields including occupational health (preferred), ambulatory care, emergency medicine, medical/surgical, or intensive care.
  • Be in compliance with the FBI Employment Drug Policy.

Job Details:

Company: Federal Bureau of Investigation

Vacancy Type:  Full Time

Job Location: Kansas City, MO, US

Application Deadline: N/A

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