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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
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
2018-21655
Department
R-3 Progressive Care
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
1500-2330
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
2018-21654
Department
Emergency Dept
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
1100-2330*, 1100-1900 or 1500-2330
An Operating Room Technician – (ORT) is a member of the surgical team who acts as a primary scrub person and must be technically adept by handling the instruments, supplies, and equipment necessary before, during and after the surgical procedure.  ORTs are required to perform all cases that surgeons perform. He/She may also circulate under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse.   The ORT must be able to take call as scheduled, anticipate the needs of the surgeon, have excellent adaptation and coping skills, have excellent organizational skills and be a team player.  Must be able to stand for prolonged periods of time.  Must be able to lift patient and equipment with assistance of other personnel or without as need dictates.  ORT must have excellent communication skills and maintains asepsis at all times.  Must be able to serve as a resource person for certain specialties.  Will assist directly with the orientation, training and serve as a mentor for new ORTs.  Must be able to work closely with RNs in room and management about instrumentation and equipment for cases.  Also will assist in education of all ORTs.  ORTs will work primarily at CVPH main campus with assignments to Ambulatory Surgery Center.
ID
2018-21651
Department
Operating Room
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
0700-1530
The Clerk IV performs receptionist and clerk duties in the department.  Functions as the central communication source for the department process. Maintains and organizes paper related to patient care and medical record supplies, distributes mail and information to staff, physicians and patients.  Transcribes both manually and into the computer patient and unit information.  Directs both written and verbal communication to appropriate people.  Zerox projects for staff and physicians.  Answers the telephone and call system.  Responsible for the timely, accurate and clear transfer of communications including physician orders.  Develops and maintains harmonious, customer friendly environment.  Monitors unit cameras and individuals entering and leaving the unit.
ID
2018-21650
Department
Adolescent MHU
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
0630-1500
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
2018-21649
Department
Resource Pool
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
0700-1930*
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
2018-21648
Department
R-7 Med/Surg
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
1500-2330
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
2018-21647
Department
R-7 Med/Surg
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
1500-2330
Under the direction of the Cook Supervisor, prepares and cooks in quantity various foods for meal service and performs cold food production duties for patients, cafeteria and deli station.
ID
2018-21643
Department
Nutritional Services
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
0500-1330, 0630-1500, 0900-1730, 1000-1830, 1030-1900, 1200-2030
The In/Outpatient Pharmacy Technician will work under the supervision of a pharmacist in either the inpatient or the retail pharmacy as assigned. In the inpatient pharmacy, responsibilities include dispensing and order filling, inventory controls, IV admixtures, and prepackaging. The retail pharmacy technician will assist with order entry, filling, inventory control, insurance issues, reporting, and operating the cash register.
ID
2018-21642
Department
Outpatient Pharmacy
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
Primary Shift: 1445-2315, Secondary Shifts: 1300-2130, 0700-1530
The In/Outpatient Pharmacy Technician will work under the supervision of a pharmacist in either the inpatient or the retail pharmacy as assigned. In the inpatient pharmacy, responsibilities include dispensing and order filling, inventory controls, IV admixtures, and prepackaging. The retail pharmacy technician will assist with order entry, filling, inventory control, insurance issues, reporting, and operating the cash register.  
ID
2018-21641
Department
Outpatient Pharmacy
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
Primary: 1445-2315, Secondary: 0700-1530, 1300-2130
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 RN directs and guides the delivery of nursing care, patient education, engages the patient in mutual goal setting and collaboration in developing a plan of care direted toward achieving identified goals, and all care related activities, while maintaining standards of professional nursing collaborating with other disciplines as appopriate.  The RN is responsible for care related activities of support personnel.   This RN is accountable to meet the unique demands of a fast paced renal replacement therapy environment meeting quality outcomes in an economically viable and customer friendly way.  Professional nephrology nursing practice is compelx and multidimensional incorporating the Standards of Nephrology Nursing Practice and Professional Performance.  These standards include assessment, issue identification, outcomes identification, planning, implementation of an identified plan, evaluation, quality of practice, education, professional practice evaluation, collegiality, collaboration, ethics, research, resource utilization, and leadership.
ID
2018-21640
Department
KDU - Plaza
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
0530-1600*, 0600-1630*
The Human Resources Assistant for recruitment performs multiple tasks, including gathering required information to determine a job offer to an applicant.  Assist in recruitment initiatives such as job fair planning, advertisement and strategies for hard to recruit positions.  Maintains all databases for accuracy and report cababilities.  The Human Resources Assistant for recruitment is a member of the recruitment team and supports all job functions and initiatives of the team.
ID
2018-21639
Department
Human Resources
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
0800-1630
Under the direction of the Supervisor, transports patients, materials, and equipment to and from all areas of the Medical Center, including the Medical Office Buildings.   Performs duties involved with the sorting, preparation, and distribution of incoming and outgoing mail, printing, interoffice, and storage/warehouse requirements.
ID
2018-21638
Department
Patient Transport Services
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
Primary: 0730-1600, Secondary: 0700-1530, 0800-1630, 11-1930, and 1430-2300
The Patient Logistics Dispatcher is responsible for providing organization, coordination and prioritization of support service requests including internal transportation, Patient discharge and Patient Equipment requests through the Transport Tracking and Bed Tracking applications. Directs the activity of the transport and environmental service and staff, ensuring timely completion of tasks; monitors procedures related to availability and completion task, follow up on issues related to service and operations.   The Patient Logistics Dispatcher will be working as part of an established team consisting of ADT Case Managers or RN’s whose emphasis is on delivering high quality customer service and expertise across the spectrum of Support Services. The employee must be mature, dependable, patient, and possess excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills.  The employee will become familiar with customer needs and will match the appropriate service to meet their requirements.
ID
2018-21637
Department
Patient Transport Services
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
Primary: 0700-1530, Secondary: 1430-2300
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
2018-21635
Department
R-5 Med/Surg
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
0300-1530*
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
2018-21634
Department
Emergency Dept.
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
0300-1530*; 0300-1130 or 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
2018-21632
Department
Emergency Dept.
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
0300-1530*, 0300-1130 or 0700-1530
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
2018-21624
Department
R-3 Progressive Care
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
0700-1930*