Kelly Government Solutions is a strategic supplier and business partner to the federal government and its key suppliers. Through our partnership with the National Institutes of Health, Kelly Government Solutions offers administrative, IT, engineering, scientific, and healthcare professionals the opportunity to work with the leading medical research center in the world. We are seeking a Nurse Practitioner at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Rockville, MD. This is a Full-Time long term contract position which offers: – Competitive compensation and comprehensive benefit package – Optional health, vision, and dental plans – Vacation leave as well as 10 paid federal holidays and 401K plan. – Access to NIH’s unparalleled resources and niche scientific initiatives Position Objective: The NIMH Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral Phenotyping Service provides developmentally-focused assessments for individuals with neurodevelopmental complexity engaged in a variety of natural history and treatment trials at the NIH Clinical Center. Job Duties: Participate in quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC) activities as they relate to protocol adherence, protocol monitoring, documenting adverse events, data collection, data abstraction, and data analysis. Assess the outpatient pediatrics unit of the NIH clinical center. Conduct Telehealth appointments when necessary with pediatric and adult populations Provide medical expertise and guidance for clinical center visits conducted by trainees. Responsible for clinical center documentation by recording in-depth progress notes, reviewing patient’s charts to collect relevant clinical data, and recognizing patient issues that demand a licensed independent practitioner’s immediate attention. Document any abnormal clinical values or findings and follow up steps taken in a timely manner. Requirements: Minimum of 5 years of experience as a Licensed Nurse Practitioner (NP) Graduate from an accredited NP program Experience in QA/QC and data analysis Experience working with pediatric and adult populations with significant cognitive or social impairments.