Phillips Academy seeks a certified nurse practitioner or physician assistant for overnight and weekend shifts at the Rebecca M. Sykes Wellness Center. This is an academic year plus Summer Session position. This position has a commitment of 3 days per week with the following rotating schedule: week 1 Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday and week 2 Sunday, Friday & Saturday. Daily hours are Sunday through Thursday 10pm-7:15am and Friday and Saturday 10pm-8:15am. Occasional meetings will be required outside of these hours for professional development and staff meetings. This is a part-time, .58 FTE benefits-eligible position.
Key responsibilities, under the supervision of the Medical Director, include:
provide high-quality clinical care to students seen at the Rebecca M. Sykes Wellness Center for urgent care and observation/extended care visits;
independently perform clinical/diagnostic assessments, provide care, and formulate treatment plans (including prescribing medications, ordering diagnostic tests, and referral to specialists, as needed) for students presenting to the wellness center for acute and chronic health care needs in accordance with best practice guidelines;
provide reproductive health care and education for students, including access to contraception;
maintain collaborative relationship with wellness team including nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, counselors, athletic trainers, physicians, and outside consultants;
promote preventative medical care and health awareness/education through individual and group interactions with students, families, and the community.
Phillips Academy is an equal opportunity employer.
Applicants must be a graduate of Accredited Adult, Family, or Pediatric Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Program; hold current certification as ANP, FNP, PNP, or PA-C with licensure to practice in Massachusetts; hold current prescriptive privileges in Massachusetts; and hold a DEA license. Experience in pediatrics/adolescent medicine, urgent care, orthopedics, mental health, and reproductive health care preferred. Must feel comfortable using electronic health records for documentation. The successful candidate will maintain a strong commitment to wellness and quality health care for the students of Phillips Academy, with an emphasis on evidence-based approaches to care delivery and patient education. The ideal candidate is a professional looking for a positive work environment and works collaboratively as part of a team.
About Phillips Academy
Established in 1778, Phillips Academy is a co-educational, boarding secondary school located just north of Boston and which educates students of intelligence and integrity from diverse cultural, racial, socioeconomic and geographic backgrounds. Our motto, Non sibi, not for self, was forged by Paul Revere into the original seal 240 years ago. The school's residential structure enables faculty to support students in their personal, social and intellectual development. The academic program fosters excellence in all disciplines within the liberal arts tradition. Faculty members guide students in mastering skills, acquiring knowledge and thinking critically, creatively and independently. The school strives to help young people achieve their potential not only intellectually, but also artistically, athletically and morally, so that they may lead responsible and fulfilling lives.
The Academy embraces equity, inclusion, and wellness and is committed to establishing a community that encourages people of diverse backgrounds and beliefs to understand and respect one another and to embrace differences of race, gender, gender identity, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, national origin..., and religion. In its programs, the school seeks to promote a balance of leadership, cooperation and service, together with a deeper awareness of the global community and the natural world.
Andover's 1778 Constitution charges the academy to prepare "Youth from every quarter" to understand that "goodness without knowledge is weak...yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous." This obligation challenges students, faculty, and staff in mind, body and spirit to see beyond themselves and to go beyond the familiar; to remain committed to developing what is finest in themselves and others, for others and themselves.