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OrganizationChild Health Partnership
TypeFull Time
Application DeadlineFebruary 16, 2024
College Degree Required?Yes
Salary RangeStarting Salary: $28.00 per hour based on experience


Community Health Nurse

Status: 32-40 hours per week, non-exempt
Salary: starting salary of $28+ per hour, based on experience

Summary: Child Health Partnership seeks two (2) full-time Registered Nurses who are interested in community health and education through in-home services. As a Child Health Partnership Community Nurse, you will work with Family Support Specialists to provide care for underserved families, pregnant people, and teens with children ages 0-6 in a home visiting program. Nurses will provide health assessment and education, case management, coordination with community resources, and promote family self-sufficiency.

Child Health Partnership has a flexible Monday to Friday schedule and excellent benefits. We are an EOE and committed to supporting a culturally diverse staff.

Current registered nursing license in the state of Virginia required, BSN preferred. Professional CPR certification required. Must be able to drive own car or Child Health Partnership vehicle and have valid driver’s license, good driving record, and current auto insurance.

Strong candidates will possess:
• Home-based or community health experience
• Knowledge of early childhood development and community resources.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and willingness to work in a team environment.
• Bilingual English/Spanish is a plus.

Special considerations
Should be able to help lift children into car seats (35 lbs.). Ability to adjust scheduling on occasion to meet the needs of clients.

Resume and cover letter to: Questions/inquiries can be sent to

Job Duties

Duties and expectations
• Conducts health assessments and teaching, with a focus on promotion of healthy lifestyle and wellness activities.
• Implement nursing interventions that emphasize maternal and child health, prenatal and postnatal care, family nutrition, and home safety, including healthy relationships.
• Facilitates goal setting and the development/maintenance of a Family Service Plan with each family.
• Assists families in crisis by providing support, information, and referrals to other agencies.
• Assists families to connect with medical and dental homes. Occasionally accompany families to medical appointments to establish care or for needed follow-up.
• Maintains a maximum caseload of 50 children and their families.
• Conducts on average 22-27 home visits per month visiting each family at least every quarter, or more often as needed.
• Accurately complete documentation of home-visits in a timely manner.
• Attends regular team meetings with Family Support Specialists, Community Nurses, and Supervisors.

Work Schedule

Monday-Friday – 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.