If you are seeking an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our youth, then you should pursue a career with us. Continue reading to learn more about what Job Corps is and why you should work for us!!
What is Job Corps?
Job Corps is a federally-funded comprehensive program that provides essential academic and career skills training to eligible students designed to prepare them for success in every aspect of their lives. IndyPendence Job Corps is located in Indianapolis, IN, and is managed by Management & Training Corporation (MTC), a privately held company that successfully operates Job Corps, Corrections, Medical and Economic/Social Development contracts.
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Why Work For Us?
Are you ready to be a part of something big and have a chance to make a difference in students' lives every day? At the IndyPendence Job Corps Center in Indianapolis, Indiana we provide at-risk students with the tools they need to be successful at no cost to themselves or their families. Team members enjoy competitive benefits like:
- Location: IndyPendence Job Corps - Indianapolis, IN
- Flexible schedule
- Medical, Dental, and Vision
- 2 weeks paid vacation, paid sick time, 11 paid holidays,
- Short Term & Long Term Disability,
- Employee Assistance Program
- 401(k) Retirement Account
Report to the wellness manager. Performs duties concerned with the care of the sick and injured, prevention of illness, and promotion of good health, in compliance with government and management directives.
Render first aid treatment and assist physicians in treating serious accidents or illnesses.
- Treat minor injuries and illnesses according to doctor's instructions and maintain student health records.
- Cleanse and dress wounds, operate the emergency equipment, and provide follow-up nursing cars as required.
- Prepare and administer specified medications and drugs and assist in developing programs to prevent or control diseases and accidents.
- Perform routine lab tests in accordance with approved standards.
- Monitor students restricted to the infirmary.
- Triage, assess chief complaints, take vital signs, do appropriate charting and assist with chart review duties and with patient care.
- Assist physician or mid-level health care provider with needed.
- Demonstrate appropriate professional behavior.
- Maintain clinic facilities in accordance with the highest standards of health care.
- Manage record-keeping and reports on student injuries, diseases, and disabilities.
- Serve as center director designee and disability coordinator; coordinate all activities related to receipt of applicant folders requiring review, accommodation requests, provision of accommodations, services, and follow-up, and ensure that required documentation is up to date.
- Maintain a safe and clean work area that models high standards for a work environment.
- Provide positive, quality customer services to students, staff, and other center customers.
- Participate in student employability programs and activities.
- Support, promote, and enforce the Job Corps' Zero Tolerance Policy.
- Promote the development of Career Standards by modeling appropriate behaviors, mentoring students where necessary, and monitoring both positive and negative behaviors through interventions.
- Maintain accountability of students and property; adhere to safety practices.
- Cultivate and maintain a climate on center which is free of harassment, intimidation, and disrespect to provide a safe place for staff and students to work and learn.
- Participate in Career Development Services System by helping students maintain a healthy lifestyle.
- Certified, licensed, or accredited in the state of employment as a registered nurse and one-year nursing experience required.
- Experience with youth, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and computer proficiency required.
- Valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record, unless waived by management.