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The Registered Professional Nurse is responsible for the management of patient care, utilizing the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient outcomes.  The nurse directs and guides the delivery of nursing care, patient education, and all care related activities, while maintaining standards of professional nursing collaborating with other disciplines as appropriate.
ID
2018-21686
Department
Resource Pool
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
1900-0730*, 2300-0730
The patient care team on Medical/Surgical and Progressive Care inpatient units consists of a Registered Nurse (RN) and a Clinical Assistant (CA). Matched for a shift, this team provides care for four to six patients depending on unit and shift. CAs are an integral part of hands-on patient care. Working under the direction and supervision of a RN, they are responsible for taking and recording vital signs, performing designated tests and collecting patient samples, and supporting patients in all activities of daily living. CAs meet patients and their families as they enter the unit, welcoming and acclimating them to the unit. CAs interact with unit staff, physicians, and other hospital department personel.   It is critical that CAs provide timely and accurate communication, accurate documentation and maintain a harmonious, team oriented, customer friendly environment. CAs must be able to function competently in a computerized medical setting. The three principal duties of this position are: - Patient Care: works under the direction of RN Partner to provide responsive, service oriented patient care - Testing: conducts various patient tests and specimen collection as directed by RN Partner - Clerical: functions as the “front door” to the unit providing customer service oriented communication and clerical support.
ID
2018-21685
Department
R-6 Med/Surg
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
0700-1530
The patient care team on Medical/Surgical and Progressive Care inpatient units consists of a Registered Nurse (RN) and a Clinical Assistant (CA). Matched for a shift, this team provides care for four to six patients depending on unit and shift. CAs are an integral part of hands-on patient care. Working under the direction and supervision of a RN, they are responsible for taking and recording vital signs, performing designated tests and collecting patient samples, and supporting patients in all activities of daily living. CAs meet patients and their families as they enter the unit, welcoming and acclimating them to the unit. CAs interact with unit staff, physicians, and other hospital department personel.   It is critical that CAs provide timely and accurate communication, accurate documentation and maintain a harmonious, team oriented, customer friendly environment. CAs must be able to function competently in a computerized medical setting. The three principal duties of this position are: - Patient Care: works under the direction of RN Partner to provide responsive, service oriented patient care - Testing: conducts various patient tests and specimen collection as directed by RN Partner - Clerical: functions as the “front door” to the unit providing customer service oriented communication and clerical support.
ID
2018-21684
Department
Resource Pool
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
0700-1530
The Practice Supervisor works under the supervision of the Director of Practice Operations to oversee the day-to-day operations of the medical practice while assuring excellent customer service to internal and external customers. (S)he effectively plans and directs practice operations to achieve expense control and maximize productivity of staff, physicians and Advanced Practice Professionals. Regularly uses independent judgment to interpret and apply policies, procedures and practices. Judgments have a broad financial impact on the organization.
ID
2018-21680
Department
Family Medicine Center
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
0800-1630
The Registered Professional Nurse is responsible for the management of patient care, utilizing the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient outcomes. The nurse directs and guides the delivery of nursing care, patient education, and all care related activities, while maintaining standards of professional nursing collaborating with other disciplines as appropriate.
ID
2018-21679
Department
R-3 Progressive Care
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
0700-1930*, 0700-1530
The Registered Professional Nurse is responsible for the management of patient care, utilizing the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate, and all care related activities, while maintaining standards of professional nursing collaborating with other disciplines as appropriate.
ID
2018-21678
Department
Emergency Dept.
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
1500-0130*
The Sterile Processing and Distribution Technician is responsible for the centralized cleaning, decontamination, storage, processing, assembling, issuance, and preparation of medical and surgical supplies and equipment.  The technician must perform tasks quickly and efficiently paying close attention to detail and understanding the principals involved in each task performed.  The technician also maintains infection control standards for the health and safety of hospital patients and personnel.  The technician is responsible for assisting with the department daily activities including work flow, prioritizing job tasks.
ID
2018-21677
Department
SPD
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
Primary: 1430-2300; Secondary: 0530-1400, 2230-0700
The Registered Professional Nurse is responsible for the management of patient care, utilizing the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient outcomes.  The nurse directs and guides the delivery of nursing care, patient education, and all care related activities, while maintaining standards of professional nursing collaborating with other disciplines as appropriate.
ID
2018-21676
Department
Resource Pool
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
0700-1930*
The Registered Professional Nurse is responsible for the management of patient care, utilizing the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient outcomes. The nurse directs and guides the delivery of nursing care, patient education, and all care related activities, while maintaining standards of professional nursing collaborating with other disciplines as appropriate.
ID
2018-21675
Department
R-5 Med/Surg
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
1900-0730*; 2300-0730
The Registered Professional Nurse is responsible for the management of patient care, utilizing the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate patient outcomes. The nurse directs and guides the delivery of nursing care, patient education, and all care related activities, while maintaining standards of professional nursing collaborating with other disciplines as appropriate.
ID
2018-21674
Department
R-5 Med/Surg
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
1900-0730*; 2300-0730
The patient care team on Medical/Surgical and Progressive Care inpatient units consists of a Registered Nurse (RN) and a Clinical Assistant (CA). Matched for a shift, this team provides care for four to six patients depending on unit and shift. CAs are an integral part of hands-on patient care. Working under the direction and supervision of a RN, they are responsible for taking and recording vital signs, performing designated tests and collecting patient samples, and supporting patients in all activities of daily living. CAs meet patients and their families as they enter the unit, welcoming and acclimating them to the unit. CAs interact with unit staff, physicians, and other hospital department personel.   It is critical that CAs provide timely and accurate communication, accurate documentation and maintain a harmonious, team oriented, customer friendly environment. CAs must be able to function competently in a computerized medical setting. The three principal duties of this position are: - Patient Care: works under the direction of RN Partner to provide responsive, service oriented patient care - Testing: conducts various patient tests and specimen collection as directed by RN Partner - Clerical: functions as the “front door” to the unit providing customer service oriented communication and clerical support.
ID
2018-21671
Department
R-6 Med/Surg
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
2300-0730
Under the direction of the Supervisor, Food and Nutrition, the FSW performs a variety of food service functions including patient tray assembly and distribution, and dish room activities.  Adheres to general sanitation practices when handling food and equipment.  Responsible for the proper operation, handling and cleaning of equipment used in performing duties.   Under the direction of the Supervisor, Food and Nutrition, the PSA performs a variety of patient/resident services.  These functions include but are not limited to the following, delivery of meals, nourishments or floor stock, assisting a patient/resident with menu selection, assistance with tray set-up, opening containers, , communicating any related issues to the nutrition department or nursing station as appropriate.  Performs a variety of food service functions including patient tray assembly and distribution.  Adheres to general sanitation practices when handling food and equipment.  Responsible for the proper operation, handling, and cleaning of equipment used in performing duties.
ID
2018-21670
Department
Nutritional Services
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
Primary: 1600-2030; Secondary: 1400-2030
Under the direction of the Supervisor, Food and Nutrition, the FSW performs a variety of food service functions including patient tray assembly and distribution, and dish room activities.  Adheres to general sanitation practices when handling food and equipment.  Responsible for the proper operation, handling and cleaning of equipment used in performing duties.   Under the direction of the Supervisor, Food and Nutrition, the PSA performs a variety of patient/resident services.  These functions include but are not limited to the following, delivery of meals, nourishments or floor stock, assisting a patient/resident with menu selection, assistance with tray set-up, opening containers, , communicating any related issues to the nutrition department or nursing station as appropriate.  Performs a variety of food service functions including patient tray assembly and distribution.  Adheres to general sanitation practices when handling food and equipment.  Responsible for the proper operation, handling, and cleaning of equipment used in performing duties.
ID
2018-21669
Department
Nutritional Services
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
Primary: 1600-2030; Secondary: 1400-2030
The Registered Nurse (Invasive) will be responsible for managing and coordinating care for patients undergoing examinations/procedures in the Cardiac Cath Lab.  In addition, the Registered Nurse (Invasive) will develop and participate in patient and family teaching and provide leadership by working cooperatively with nursing and other patient team personnel in maintaining standards for professional nursing practice in the clinical setting. 
ID
2018-21668
Department
Invasive Cardiology
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
0830-1700
The patient care team consists of a Registered Nurse (RN) and a Clinical Assistant (CA).  Matched for a shift, this team provides care up to 9 patients patients depending on unit and shift.  CAs are an integral part of hands-on patient care. Working under the direction and supervision of a RN, they  are responsible for taking and recording vital signs, performing designated tests and collecting patient samples, and supporting patients in all activities of daily living.  CAs meet patients and their families as they enter the unit, welcoming and acclimating them to the unit.  CAs interact with unit staff, physicians, and other hospital department personel.    It is critical that CAs provide timely and accurate communication, accurate documentation and maintain a harmonious,  team oriented, customer friendly environment.  CAs must be able to function competently in a computerized medical setting.  The three principal duties of this position are: - Patient Care:  works under the direction of  RN to provide responsive, service oriented patient care - Testing: conducts various patient tests and specimen collection as directed by RN - Clerical:  functions as the “front door” to the unit providing customer service oriented communication and clerical support.
ID
2018-21665
Department
Short Stay
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
2300-0730
This position involves repair of numerous pieces of rolling, fixed, and portable equipment. It requires an individual who is well versed in numerous fields and has excellent mechanical ability. The individual must be able to perform repair and preventative maintenance duties on electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems as well as general maintenance work. The individual shall perform daily maintenance on all equipment responsible for and complete specific preventive maintenance duties. This position is subject to rotational shift coverage to provide the Medical Center with general maintenance, repair and preventive maintenace 24-hours a day.
ID
2018-21664
Department
Facilities
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
Primary: 2300-0730, Secondary: 1500-2330
The Pre/Post Anesthesia Care Unit RN is responsible for the delivery of care to patients using the nursing process to access, plan, deliver care and evaluate the outcomes. This RN assures a coordinated perioperative experience for patients before, during and after surgical/invasive procedures. This RN is responsible for care related activities of support personnel. The focus of patient care will encompass pre-procedure preparation, intra procedure patient monitoring and physician assistance, post procedure critical evaluation, anticipation and prevention of complications, effective pain management, and patient/family education. This RN also maintains standards of professional nursing practice.   The Pre/Post Anesthesia Care Unit RN who is competent in PASS (Pre-Assessment Surgical Services) is responsible for the delivery of care to patients using the nursing process to access, plan, deliver care and evaluate the outcomes. This RN provides preoperative assessment and teaching either in person or via telephone. This RN assures a coordinated perioperative experience for patients before, surgical/invasive procedures. This RN is responsible for related activities of support personnel in conjunction with Perioperative Services management team The focus of patient care will encompass pre-procedure preparation of the inpatient and outpatient, and patient/family education. This RN also maintains standards of professional nursing practice.
ID
2018-21661
Department
PACU
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
0900-1730
The Clinical Assistant will perform various duties under the supervision and/or direction of a Department or Nurse Manager and/or Supervisor depending on area of assignment.  The three principal duties of this position are:   Clerical/Patient Registration: Performs; receptionist duties, unit clerk laboratory duties, or patient registration duties; functions as the center of communication for areas assigned.   Technician:  Operates an Electrocardiograph machine to record electromotive variations and impulses of the heart for use in the diagnosis of heart disorder   Phlebotomist:  Collects blood and other patient samples from Emergency Care Center patient population.    A Clinical Assistant – II functions in all three of the areas listed above and maintains associated competencies.  Provides the essential direct link between the patient and testing service both in providing interpersonal contact and technical competence in obtaining appropriate patient samples.  Performs other technical skills as trained.
ID
2018-21658
Department
Emergency Dept
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
2300-0730
The patient care team on Medical/Surgical and Progressive Care inpatient units consists of a Registered Nurse (RN) and a Clinical Assistant (CA). Matched for a shift, this team provides care for four to six patients depending on unit and shift. CAs are an integral part of hands-on patient care. Working under the direction and supervision of a RN, they are responsible for taking and recording vital signs, performing designated tests and collecting patient samples, and supporting patients in all activities of daily living. CAs meet patients and their families as they enter the unit, welcoming and acclimating them to the unit. CAs interact with unit staff, physicians, and other hospital department personnel. It is critical that CAs provide timely and accurate communication, accurate documentation and maintain a harmonious, team oriented, customer friendly environment. CAs must be able to function competently in a computerized medical setting. The three principal duties of this position are: • Patient Care: works under the direction of RN Partner to provide responsive, service oriented patient care • Testing: conducts various patient tests and specimen collection as directed by RN Partner • Clerical: functions as the “front door” to the unit providing customer service oriented communication and clerical support.
ID
2018-21657
Department
R-3 Progressive Care
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
1900-0730*, 2300-0730
The patient care team on Medical/Surgical and Progressive Care inpatient units consists of a Registered Nurse (RN) and a Clinical Assistant (CA). Matched for a shift, this team provides care for four to six patients depending on unit and shift. CAs are an integral part of hands-on patient care. Working under the direction and supervision of a RN, they are responsible for taking and recording vital signs, performing designated tests and collecting patient samples, and supporting patients in all activities of daily living. CAs meet patients and their families as they enter the unit, welcoming and acclimating them to the unit. CAs interact with unit staff, physicians, and other hospital department personnel. It is critical that CAs provide timely and accurate communication, accurate documentation and maintain a harmonious, team oriented, customer friendly environment. CAs must be able to function competently in a computerized medical setting. The three principal duties of this position are: • Patient Care: works under the direction of RN Partner to provide responsive, service oriented patient care • Testing: conducts various patient tests and specimen collection as directed by RN Partner • Clerical: functions as the “front door” to the unit providing customer service oriented communication and clerical support.
ID
2018-21656
Department
R-3 Progressive Care
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
1500-2330