At Nimiipuu Health, we are all about people-our employees, volunteers, medical staff, patients, families and other customers. It is the relationship we have with each other and the passion we have serving our patients and community that creates our unique work environment and enable us to provide exceptional healthcare.
Providing exceptional healthcare is the unwavering goal of Nimiipuu Health. Achieving this goal requires a team effort by all Nimiipuu Health employees. Our Standards of Excellence define what it means to be a Nimiipuu Health employee and part of our healthcare team. As a NMPH employee you will be held to a Standard of Excellence which includes compassion, respect, integrity, excellence, collaborations, and accountability.
We care for others as if they were our own.
We treat every person with respect
We create a work environment based on honestly, accountability, respect, and collaboration, while striving for service excellence.
We are linked by common goal commitment to providing Exceptional Healthcare.
We work cooperatively to improve the health status of the community.
We provide a work environment based on trust and accountability and the efficient use of resources to ensure our services are provided consistently.
Join the Nimiipuu Health Employee Team
At NMPH, we treat each other with dignity and respect. When you join NMPH, you’ll work in a diverse environment with common goals where you are welcomed, challenged and engaged. When you become a NMPH employee you will also have opportunities to excel and advance in a multitude of positions. You will have opportunities to earn competitive compensation with a comprehensive benefits program. You will also have support for career development and learning opportunities through education and job assignments.
Requirements for a complete application
- Original Nimiipuu Health Application per position with resume/C.V. required
- High School Diploma or equivalent, or college education/degree (a copy of diploma or transcript must be submitted with application)
- Tribal ID/CIB (If applicable)
- Immunization Up To Date Records
- Credentialing Packet if applicable (Providers Only)
- Have a valid driver’s license with an insurable record (must provide a current ENTIRE record of Motor Vehicle Report (MVR)
- Nimiipuu Health is a drug free work environment: Pre-employment drug testing is required
- Applications must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date
To join our team, apply today.
Aside from our internal and external job opportunities, there are occasional temporary vacancies. If you are interested in joining our list of active job-seekers, please submit a complete application packet which is outlined on page three (3) of this job posting. Active job-seekers will be screened accordingly and referred to temporary appointments based on education, credentials and experience. Tribal and Indian preference applies. Certain positions may require a valid driver’s license with an insurable record.
Current In-House Openings
None at this time
Current General Public Openings
Clinical Nurse II (RN) [HR-18-27]
Must be an R.N., with current Idaho license. Requires two (2) years of experience in clinical setting and the ability to multi-task and prioritize; prefer experience in an acute care or ambulatory care setting and care management understanding/experience Must have professional knowledge of and ability to apply nursing care principles, practices and procedures. Required to assess needs of a wide variety of medical, surgical, geriatric, obstetrics, gynecology and pediatric patients as well as knowledge of the normal course of diseases, anticipated complications and indicated therapeutic intervention. Must be able to work independently, handle conflict and crisis in a professional manner. Must be computer literate. Must have excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Requires ability to pass an extensive background check and pre-employment drug screening. Requires valid driver’s license with an insurable record. Tribal Preference Applies. (Salary/DOE/Full-Time/Lapwai). Open Until Filled
Certified Nursing Assistant [HR-18-26]
Must be a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) in the State of Idaho or obtain CNA certification within one year of hire. Must have knowledge to identify common disorders, diagnostic tests, assist with diagnostic examination and instruct clients on diagnostic examination preparation. Must have current BLS. Knowledge of history, culture, and health needs of Native American communities preferred. Must be able to work independently, handle conflict and crisis in a professional manner. Must be computer literate, have excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Subject to a background check and pre-employment drug screening. Requires driver’s license and an insurable record. Tribal Preference Applies. (Salary/DOE/Full-Time/Lapwai). Open Until Filled