Registered Nurse (RN) Infection Prevention Coordinator

3 days left

Houston, Texas
$69,222.40- $88,254.40 plus immediate Benefits.
Nov 15, 2017
Dec 15, 2017
Infection Control
Contract Type
Full Time

A professional registered nurse who, under the supervision of the Infection Control Manager, assists with functions required developing and implementing an effective Infection Control Program.

Education/Specialized Training/Licensure: Current valid Texas RN nursing license           

Work Experience:  2 years clinical experience;  2 years infection control experience preferred

Management Experience:  2 years management experience preferred               

Equipment Operated: PC, Photocopier, fax/modem and printer            

Other Requirements:  Ability to collect, compile and interpret data.  Self-organizational skills, requires minimal supervision. Basic knowledge of Infection Control Procedures.  Familiar with Quality Improvement/Utilization Management functions and external regulatory agency requirement. Basic knowledge of Microsoft functions.          

Other Skills:
Analytical, CRT, Mathematics, Medical Terminology, P.C., Statistical [Preferred], Typing (wpm) [30]

Advanced Education Preference:
Advanced Training Specialty:  Basic CDC or APIC Infection Control Training       
Bachelor's Degree - Major:   B.S. Nursing                                                                 

Work Schedule: Flexible, Weekdays,Travel, On Call
*(May require extended hours in addition to weekend/holidays for special projects/ extenuating circumstances).



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