Nurse Practitioner (NP), Physician Assistant (PA), and/or Physician


Monterey Consultants is hiring a part-time contract position for a Nurse Practitioner (NP), Physician Assistant (PA), and/or Physician in Puxico, MO at the Job Corp Center. Job Corps is designed to assist young people who need and can benefit from the wide range of services provided at a Job Corps Center.

About Monterey

Monterey Consultants, Inc. is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business that has extensive experience supporting a wide variety of Federal Government Agencies. Join the Monterey Family, where you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Defense and Federal Civilian clients.

We want your work at Monterey to be more than a job – we want it to be a fulfilling experience where you find challenging and rewarding opportunities, respect among colleagues, competitive pay, benefits that protect you and your family, and a high-performance culture that recognizes and values your contributions while helping you reach your career goals.

We proudly support and encourage U.S. Veterans to apply for Monterey job opportunities.

All positions require pre-employment background verification. Monterey is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Specific Skills
Minimum of 2 years clinic practice experience, preferred. Prior experience working in a Job Corp Center, preferred. BLS certification.
Responsible For
Possess the ability to work both independently and as a member of a healthcare team to provide optimal services to a population of financially disadvantaged youth, ranging from 16 to 24 years of age. Provide supervision to Nurse Practitioner and/or Physician Assistant, if applicable, to comply with regulations in the state where the center is located. Promptly review applicant files as requested; conduct an initial physical examination (intake); and develop a medical treatment plan, as applicable. Record all medical documentation, such as diagnosis, treatment and management plans, medication, reason of denial into the program (if recommended), each student interaction, etc. on the Student Health Record (SHR) and Job Corps Health and Wellness Program forms in a timely manner. During regular scheduled hours treat minor conditions (i.e. respiratory infections, cold and flu symptoms), episodic illness, provide first aid and CPR, and other care within capabilities. Provide management, written diagnoses, and treatment plans as part of a chronic care management plan for students with chronic conditions/disabilities. Provide treatment of acute conditions, education for health promotion, and maintenance of a family planning program. Provide medication prescriptions for controlled and non-controlled medications. Collaborate with Substance Abuse Counselor, and Center Medical Counselor to prescribe medications and Schedule II medications and discuss long-term medication management, as needed. Participate in Disability Accommodation Committee (DAC) meetings & file applicant review team meetings during regular scheduled hours, when requested. Ensure medical equipment is properly cleaned and maintained. On a monthly basis, report to the Center Director and HWD on all health-related matters; including student medical separations, justification, and costs of needed special services, health and non-healthcare equipment repair and replacement needs, depletion of medical supplies and medications, and other areas deemed appropriate. Establish an appropriate medical referral system for students who require special, or emergent, medical care. Attend monthly conference calls, webinars, and DOL training, as available during regular scheduled hours of service. Ensure patient privacy for all assessments, exams, and procedures; maintain, safeguard, and ensure the confidentiality of all required student health records in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Participate in health and wellness program continuous quality improvement activities and advise and assist the health education instructor in the development and implementation of the Health Education Program during visits and encounters on topics related to health and employability and provide the center with documentation of education in the student health record. Coordination with other departments/programs on center, including but not limited to residential, recreation, education, vocation, student government association, and Health Eating and Active Lifestyles (HEALSs), to develop integrated promotion and education services. Provide medical services in a positive and productive manner to facilitate student willingness to pursue recommended dental treatment plans, medical treatment plans, and substance abuse treatment plans; and in such a manner to obtain positive student satisfaction survey results as determined by Job Corps. Not to engage in any research projects and/or publications relating to Job Corps health activities without prior written approval from the Job Corps National Office in Golden, CO. Report adverse student behavior incidents to the HWD or Contracting Officer’s (CO) Representative (COR) in a timely manner. Understand that health services shall be subject to monitoring and review by Job Corps assessment teams, and cooperation and compliance with such teams is required. Participate in DOL and Forest Service assessments, completing requested questionnaires, conferences, and monthly teleconferences in adherence to the PRH requirements. Provide periodic education to staff as requested on topics mutually agreed upon. Comply with all state, federal, and Job Corps infection control policies and procedures. Contractor will work with the center to develop a system to account for all time billed to the center.
Additional Requirements
Full, active, current, and unrestricted licensure in the state of Missouri. Able to pass drug screen and background check. Citizen of the United States.
Job Nature
Full-Time, Part-Time
Educational Requirements

Master of Science in Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree, Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies, or Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine or equivalent from an accredited school in the United States or Canada

Experience Requirements
2 Years
Job Location
Missouri, Puxico
Job Level
Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO), Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant
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