Job Description

Job Details


Job Location
Pendleton, OR

Position Type

Education Level
Some College and/or Related Expierience

Salary Range
$50.00 - $60.00 Hourly

Travel Percentage
Limited or Occasional

Job Shift

Job Category

Rise Services, Inc. is a non-profit Social Services organization. We are committed to improving the lives of Adults, and Children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD). We support individuals, their families and communities through residential, employment and in-home support services. We are looking for a RN to join our team to help us serve individuals with complex support needs, and further our Mission of "CREATING OPPORTUNITIES FOR & WITH PEOPLE".

We are looking for an RN to work on a contract basis, who will serve our Pendleton area programs and residents. RISE will provide mentoring, training and career pathing for the right individual or individuals.



  • Experience and education in working with individuals who have significant and complex medical issues, including rare disorders
  • Experience and or ability to train and coach staff
  • Professional license, as required
  • Ability to work flexible hours. Specific hours and schedules will change based on the needs of the people who we serve
  • Self-directed, works with minimal supervision
  • Must have interest in working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD)
  • Ability to write all necessary materials and communications, relevant to the position, and to interpret policies, procedures and other required written material.
  • Ability to interpret and implement RISE and DHS policies/procedures
  • Must have verbal and written communication skills adequate to the specific job tasks required, which includes basic computer skills
  • Appropriate communication skills required to interact Rise staff, management, clients and their families and guardians, local medical community and county and state representatives
  • Ability to act as an advocate for Rise and the people we support.
  • Ability to interact with medical providers and facilities to assist with the health and safety of the individuals we serve
  • Familiarity with medical and psychological terminology
  • Familiarity with teaching and training principles, including nurse delegations


  • Provide support to people receiving services by developing written medical plans that reinforce individuals support plans. This may include, but not limited to the following:
  • Developing medical protocols and strategies
  • Write medical assessments (Nursing Assessment and Nursing Care Plan)
  • Establish a nurse-patient relationship with a positive rapport
  • Track nursing hours provided by person
  • Prepare monthly medication logs
  • Provide management and supervision of nursing supports in a manner that meets and exceeds the expectation of RISE customers.
  • Provides technical support and resources to staff in the correct implementation of medical supports
  • Complete nurse delegations and trainings
  • Some travel may be required
  • Provide nursing support to people in RISE programs,
    • Staff training, and follow through with medical protocols implementation
    • Attend required training/meetings and complete other assignments as needed
  • Conduct regular evaluation of the supports provided
  • Modify protocols and strategies as needed
  • Knowledgeable of all state/licensing policies; and nursing principles and techniques. Implement this knowledge in development of medical supports. This may include, but not limited to the following:
  • Establish required documentation procedures (data) Conduct regular evaluation of the interventions Develop ongoing communication with RISE customers, i.e. supervisor, staff, each respective family/guardian and support coordinator(s) to assess/reassess as needed, priorities and concerns.
  • Work well with other team members by demonstrating ability to cooperate with others in the group using friendly, cooperative relations in accomplishing mutual goals and preparing assignments on time.
  • Promote the rights of people receiving support and contribute to an environment that is free of abuse, neglect and/or exploitation.
  • Ensure the maintenance of necessary records, logs, and other documentation as required
  • Estimate 15 hours a month. Hours could vary from time to time based on medical necessity.

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