Employee & Occupational Health Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant
Updated on 3/30/2023
Austin, TX, USA
- You find large challenges exciting and enjoy discovering and defining problems as much as solving them
- You deliver. You may enjoy thoughtful conversations about problems and perfecting designs, but in the end, you know that what matters is delivering an effective Occupational Health & Safety program through the incorporation of expert knowledge and application of functional techniques into employees' work behavior
- You are a cross-disciplinary team member. You are excited to work with and learn from software, mechanical, electrical, materials, biological engineers, and neuroscientists. You are comfortable communicating across teams
- Resourceful, flexible and adaptable; no task is too big or too small
- 2 years of experience or more working in an occupational health setting as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant
- Bachelor's (or higher) degree in Nursing or in Physician Assistant Studies required
- Unrestricted and active State of Texas Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant License
- Current TX DEA certificate
- Knowledge of Texas Workers Compensation, OSHA regulations, workplace health and safety concepts
- DOT Certified PA with experience in workers compensation
- Telehealth experience
- Infectious or communicable disease experience or training
- Demonstrated interpersonal and collaboration skills
- Sound decision making and organizational skills
- Ability to present complex information to a variety of audiences
- Ability to abide by confidentiality requirements when working with sensitive information, results, and communications required
- Adequate knowledge of learning management software
- A dedicated team player who thrives in a fast-paced team-focused environment
- Provide on-site treatment and management of injuries within scope of practice, assisting to minimize the need for off-site medical treatment
- Provide preventative health education as needed
- Give on-site care, first aid and follow up to occupationally injured/ill workers
- Ongoing communication with the treating physician or other advanced practice clinicians regarding employee clinical status
- Manage open Workers' Comp cases as needed
- Ordering, interpreting and evaluating laboratory and diagnostic data
- Obtains and maintains accurate and complete medical records on employees and provide reports to management as applicable
- Manages the Bloodborne Pathogens Program, including - annual review, HBV declination/series completions, manage potential exposure cases, coordinate disposal of contaminated materials
- May perform medical testing including but limited to TB tests, potential Herpes B exposures, blood draws, immunizations, vision tests, hearing tests, respirator fit tests and medical evaluations
- May perform First Aid, CPR, AED and other training as necessary
- May travel between California and Texas sites
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Neuralink's mission is to build devices that will help people with paralysis and invent new technologies that will expand abilities, the community, and the world.
- An opportunity to change the world and work with some of the smartest and the most talented experts from different fields.
- Growth potential. We rapidly advance team members who have an outsized impact.
- Excellent medical, dental, and vision insurance through a PPO plan; parental leave.
- Flexible time off + paid holidays.
- Equity + 401(k) plan.
- Commuter Benefits.
- Meals provided.