As a nonprofit organization, Seneca Family of Agencies has spent the last three decades building a comprehensive continuum of care for vulnerable youth and their families with cross-sector services in the areas of mental health, special education, juvenile justice and child welfare. In Washington State, Seneca’s work with schools is guided by the agency’s Unconditional Education model, which leverages the agency’s larger experience at the intersection of child serving systems to equip public schools with the skills and resources they need to serve ALL students successfully, regardless of the complex barriers some face, including poverty, personal or community trauma exposure and disabilities. To do so effectively, Seneca seeks a nurse (part or per diem options) to serve on its transdisciplinary team to assist in designing and implementing inclusive school-wide practices and systems focused on multi-tiered points of intervention, spanning from prevention and early identification to intensive intervention.
The Nurse is responsible for providing assessment, treatment planning, and evaluation of care within designated clinical areas. Additionally, this position acts as a clinical role model and provides nursing consultation to staff within their assigned areas of responsibility, focused on building staff’s capacity to meet the health-related needs of their children. This position will be supporting Seneca's school-based partnerships in public schools on the I-5 corridor (from South Seattle to Tacoma). Part-time or per diem applicants may have the opportunity to specify a particular geographical area in which they wish to focus.