Community Health Nurse - Newborn Intensive Care Program

Job Description


The Newborn Intensive Care Program (NICP) provides in-home community health nursing services to assist families and their newborns during the transition from the Newborn Intensive Care Unit to their home and community.

Want to make a difference? 

Come join a home-visiting team of Registered Nurses who assist families and newborns transitioning from NICU to home. As a Community Health Nurse you will work in collaboration with families and other community providers, complete developmental screenings, provide support and education on development, infant and home safety and health prevention/promotion. You will attend regular team meetings, case conferences and have scheduled, reflective supervision time.   

There are both full-time and part-time opportunities available. Full-time employment includes a comprehensive benefits package and part-time employment includes partial benefits, pro-rated in accordance with hours worked. 

Candidates interested in a temporary position or employment through a contract position are also encouraged to apply.

Southwest Human Development is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Job Requirements

- BSN is required.  Registered nurse license through the Arizona State Board of Nursing or license-eligible.

- Experience in neonatal, Maternal/Child health, pediatrics, community health, and/or home visiting is required.

- Bilingual (English/Spanish) is preferred.

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