Careers

Part-time RN Position

Position Description:

A staff nurse with Nurses for Newborns (NFN) goes into the homes of at-risk infants, providing education, healthcare and positive parenting skills. Our mission is to reduce infant mortality, child abuse and neglect. By going into the homes of these babies and their families, we are working to make sure all babies reach their first birthday. As our Registered Nurse, you will make a direct impact on Middle Tennessee families that is meaningful and rewarding. Our current opening is for a part-time position. NFN serves Cheatham, Davidson, Maury, Montgomery, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, and Williamson Counties.

We are taking resumes from RNs able to service both Cheatham and neighboring Davidson County.

NFN Staff Nurses independently provide in-home nursing visits to prenatal, postpartum and newborn clients. They follow Clinical Guidelines in planning care, assessing client needs and in determining and utilizing screening tools. They refer clients to community agencies and other resources as appropriate. They complete forms and documentation by entering assessments, screenings, and care plan referrals in an electronic database following NFN guidelines. They work with hospitals, physicians, managed care, and community agencies to provide care for clients.

New nurses will be trained for both virtual and in-person home visitation as we provide a hybrid model of service. Help us save babies during this challenging time.

Part-time/ Flexible Schedule/ No Benefits/ Salary is Dependent Upon Experience

Part-time LCSW

Position Description:

Nurses for Newborns of Tennessee is seeking the right individual who can independently and, in collaboration with a Registered Nurse, provide comprehensive clinical social work services to pre-natal, post-partum, and newborn clients and their families within our home care model. The primary focus of this position is counseling within the home or virtually as safety precautions dictate. You will be following the NASW Code of Ethics in planning care, assessing client needs, providing therapy and in determining, and utilizing screening tools. You will also connect clients with appropriate community resources and actively maintain relationships with these agencies to enhance collaborative efforts that benefit NFN clients. You will be working with hospitals, clinics, physician offices, and community agencies to provide comprehensive client care.