Public Health Nurse

Application Deadline: 2022-08-31
Job Type: County
Job Description:

Are you a motivated and skilled nurse that has a passion for promoting health and disease prevention? If so, Monroe County’s Health Department might have the job for you! We’re hiring for a full-time Public Health Nurse. Successful candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing with theory and clinical practice in public health nursing. Meet qualifications delineated in HFS 139.08 of the Wisconsin Statutes as a Public Health Nurse by the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, Division of Health. Must be licensed as a registered nurse in Wisconsin. A valid driver’s license with reliable transportation and sufficient liability insurance is required. The ideal candidate will have 18 months full-time experience as a Public Health Nurse or the knowledge and abilities that would normally be acquired during that time.

Our Public Health Nurses plan, coordinate, and provide care and services for the public according to agency policy, procedures, and standards. This position utilizes assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation skills to provide professional, family-centered nursing intervention to clients of all age groups in a variety of settings while promoting and providing population based health services.

Starting salary for this position is $29.88/hr. Monroe County offers an excellent benefit package to include health, dental, term life, Wisconsin Retirement System, and more.

A Monroe County application is required. Applications are available on our website: https://www.co.monroe.wi.us/departments/personnel/current-job-openings or can be obtained at the Personnel Department located at 124 N. Court Street, Sparta. If you have further questions, please contact Personnel at 608-269-8719.

Applications will be accepted until position has been filled. AA/EOE

https://www.co.monroe.wi.us/departments/personnel/current-job-openings

Deadline Note: Open until filled

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