The state of Indiana is actively seeking applicants for nursing positions around the state. Check out the state agencies listed below and view current nursing opportunities by clicking the buttons to view current openings.
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The Indiana Veterans' Home (IVH) is the only veterans' home in the state of Indiana.
It is located in West Lafayette on 250+ wooded acres overlooking the Wabash River.
It is easily accessed from both Interstate I-65 and In SR 43.
The Indiana Veterans' Home provides a beautiful, healthy and home-like environment for veterans and their spouses to live. Residents enjoy a variety of onsite and offsite activities, excellent health care, nutritious homemade meals and a rich history that only a facility such as IVH can provide.
The Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ISBVI) is nationally and internationally recognized for its excellence and best practices in educating children and young adults who are blind or have low vision. The School is a critical resource for Indiana's children who are blind or have low vision and the teachers, parents, and caregivers who work with them. Every year, we educate hundreds of children and young adults ranging from 3 to 22 years old and living in all parts of Indiana, many of whom, due to severe or multiple disabilities, other schools in the state have difficulty serving or cannot serve.Visit Website View current job openings
The Indiana School for the Deaf (ISD) is a fully accredited school for Deaf and hard-of-hearing students in nursery school through high school. It provides services to approximately 342 students enrolled on campus and over 829 students through outreach services. About 60 percent of the students live on campus during the academic year. ISD offers a full range of social activities, including sports, clubs, and organizations.
The Indiana School for the Deaf was founded in 1843 by William Willard, the first Deaf person in America to establish a state school for Deaf people. It was at first a semi-private school that offered free instruction to any Deaf person in-state or out-of-state that sought an education. The following year, the Willard School formally became the Indiana School for the Deaf, the first state-sponsored school in America that offered free education to any Deaf student. From that beginning, ISD has developed into one of the leading Deaf Schools in the nation, rich in heritage yet always striving to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
Indiana State Department of Health's (ISDH) mission is "To promote and provide essential public health services."
This is in order to make this a healthier and safer Indiana.
The Indiana State Department of Health has various core values, including, health promotion and prevention, providing vaccines to those who cannot afford them, community health centers providing equitable care, vital record, protection of health, and evidence based best practices for public health promotion, training, and health care quality.
The Indiana State Department of Health has strategically identified several priorities that will allow it to achieve its vision and mission. These priorities are: decreasing disease incidence and burden, improving response and preparedness networks and capabilities, reducing administrative costs by improving inefficient operations, better use of information and data from electronic sources to develop and sponsor outcomes-driven programs recruitment, evaluation, and retention of top talent in public health, and improving relationships and partnerships with key stakeholders, coalitions, and networks throughout Indiana and the United States as a whole.
The Hoosier ChalleNGe Academy, a division of the Adjutant General's Office, is a 17.5 month, two phase quasi-military modeled training academy for men and women ages 16 to 18 who have dropped out of high school or have severely deficient credits. The academy assists the students, Cadets, in attaining their General Educational Diploma (G.E.D) and gaining valuable life skills.
Located in Knightstown, the academy employees several nurses who provide nursing care for the at-risk youth.Visit Website View current job openings
The Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS), established in 2005, oversees the protection of children and child support enforcement. DCS protects children from abuse and neglect, and works to ensure their financial support. Its vision is to see children thrive in safe, caring, supportive families and communities.
DCS employs hardworking and dedicated individuals to support the agency's mission of protecting children from abuse and neglect. Nursing positions are available in various divisions throughout the state.Visit Website View current job openings
The Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA), a health care and social service funding service agency, provides consolidated delivery of human services by State government.
Ninety-four percent of the agency's total budget is paid to thousands of service providers ranging from major medical centers to a physical therapist working with a child or adult with a developmental disability. FSSA administers services to more than one million Hoosiers through five different service division including the Division of Family Resources, Division of Aging and Division of Mental Health and Addiction.
Nursing positions are available in various divisions throughout the state.