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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
2017-21240
Department
R-7 Med/Surg
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
2300-0730
The Registered Nurse for Radiology is responsible for the management and delivery of patient care, utilizing the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate care of patients in the Radiology Departments for interventional/diagnostic procedures. The Registered Nurse directs and guides the delivery of patient care, patient education, and all care related activities, while maintaining standards of professional nursing. He/She is familiar with all instruments, supplies, and equipment used during specific interventional procedures. He/She is required to cover all areas of Radiology (i.e. CT, MRI, etc.)
ID
2017-21206
Department
Rad-Admin
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
0900-1730
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
2017-21202
Department
R-3 Progressive Care
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
1900-0730*, 2300-0730
This position provides leadership, day-to-day management and oversight of the organization’s clinical and facilities operations. Assists the President / Chief Executive Officer (CEO) with implementation of the organization’s health care plan, program and facility expansion. Provide direct oversight of organizational development, to ensure effective services are administered and provided to the target population and surrounding community. Solicits and reinforces constructive and professional relationships with organizations, companies, municipalities, etc. with which the organization partners and/or sub-contracts with, for the provision of quality health care services. In the absence of the CEO, this position assumes all operational and fiduciary leadership responsibilities normally entrusted to the CEO. A high level of visibility within the organization is required as is community visibility and involvement.
ID
2017-21171
Department
Administration
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
Hours flexible based on hours of operation
The Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner is responsible to work collaboratively in a fast paced, ever changing environment. The Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner can assess, diagnose, and treat patients presenting to the Center for Occupational Health & Wellness. The providers primary patient population will consist of adult patients over the age of 18 referred for the treatment of an occupational illness or injury. In addition, he/she will perform pre-placement as well as DOT, Asbestos and Haz-Mat physicals in accordance with hospital policy and state and federal regulations. CVPH employees can also be treated for acute physical conditions as directed by the Employee Health Clinicians.
ID
2017-21133
Department
Center for Occupational Health and Wellness
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
0730-1600, 0800-1630
The Clinical Operations Supervisor is responsible for working collaboratively with the Director and other discipline directors, as applicable, to plan for, supervise and evaluate all program operations and patient care delivery in the clinical area. The individual displays or is developing competence in the 5 core health competencies of interdisciplinary teamwork, quality improvement, evidence-based practice, patient-focused care, and informatics. Responsibilities include organizational planning, compliance with regulatory standards, fiscal management, ensure units are staffed appropriately a all times, recruit staff as needed, review and post a 4 week schedule monthly, setting and maintaining standards of nursing care and practice, coordinating services, providing for the professional growth of staff, and clinical coaching on the unit and the bedside with all staff. He/She shares joint responsibility with Director for all outcomes of unit to include but not limited to patient satisfaction, employee engagement and fiscal responsibility. Clinical Operations Supervisors are expected to work holidays and weekends as needed.
ID
2017-21121
Department
Skilled Nursing Facility
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
Varied
The Psychiatric Social Worker will be primarily responsible for providing psychosocial assessment and support to inpatients on the Behavioral Health Units contributing to treatment planning.  This individual will work in conjunction with psychiatry and the nursing staff in the therapeutic milieu.  He/she will further assist in supervising students and in-servicing staff as required by unit needs. This individual will also be responsible for overseeing the discharge planning activities of the staff and will review the appropriateness of the discharge plan for all patients on the Behavioral Health Unit.  He/she will participate in program planning and staff development as well as function as the community liaison for agencies referrals.  The MSW will be required to float to between the Adult Mental Health Unit, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Unit, and Behavioral Decision Unit during times of low census.
ID
2017-17858
Department
Case Management
Position Type
Per Diem
Work Hours
Variable Shifts
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
2017-17837
Department
R-7 Med/Surg
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
1500-2330
The Service Float Pool Worker cleans and services the campus grounds, patient, public and clinical areas maintaining an attractive appearance at all times. Moves furniture, equipment, supplies, patients, and food carts to include patient trays. Performs duties involved with the sorting, preparation, and distribution of incoming and outgoing mail, printing, interoffice, and storage/warehouse requirements. Performs a variety of duties to maintain the Medical Center in a safe, orderly, and sanitary condition.
ID
2017-17803
Department
Environmental Services
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
Primary: 1500-2330, Secondary: 0700-1530, 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
2017-17769
Department
R-5 Med/Surg
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
2300-0730
The Hospitalist Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner shall assist and supplement the R7 Hospitalist Physician staff by rounding on R7 to assess, diagnose, and treat patients as enabled by their training and experience under the supervision and support of the Hospitalist Medical Director.  These responsibilities will include caring for Hospitalist inpatients, responding to calls from the nursing staff, assessing changes in condition, responding to changes in condition, ordering tests and images, interpreting tests and images, and ordering medications.  The R7 Hospitalist Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner will also prepare discharges of patients and will prepare appropriate prescriptions, prepare discharge summaries, arrange follow up appointments and educate patients and families.
ID
2017-17766
Department
Hospitalist
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
2100-0730*
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
2017-17739
Department
Resource Pool
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
1500-2330
Performs technical, non-testing procedures in support of the various Laboratory sections.  Some assignments may require autopsy assistant and/or phlebotomy duties. 
ID
2017-17721
Department
Lab-General
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
Primary Shift: 1430-2030; Secondary Shifts: 1200-2030, 1330-2200
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
2017-17680
Department
R-6 Med/Surg
Position Type
Regular Full-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
2017-17656
Department
Resource Pool
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Work Hours
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
2017-17643
Department
R-7 Med/Surg
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
2300-0730
The Clinical Education / Intake Manager is responsible for working collaboratively across the organization with leadership and staff to ensure overall orientation, education and training for staff development and patient care delivery both in the classroom and at the bedside.  This individual is also responsible for the coordination and accuracy of Resident Minimum Data Set (MDS) and resident intake coordination.  This individual displays competence in Adult Learning Principles and the 5 core health care competencies of interdisciplinary team work, quality improvement, evidence-based practice, patient-focused care and informatics.  He/she is a clinical and professional role model and demonstrates commitment to lifelong learning.  Responsibilities include: educational program planning and delivery, compliance with regulatory standards, setting and maintain standards of nursing care and practice, coordinating services, coaching for development and providing for professional growth of staff, coordination and accuracy of MDS and resident intake coordination.  The Clinical Education / Intake Manager works hours as needed to meet the needs of staff and organization to include consistent, visible presence on off shifts, weekends and holidays.
ID
2017-17630
Department
Skilled Nursing Facility
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
2017-17608
Department
R-6 Med/Surg
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
0700-1530
Under the general supervision of the Manager, HIM (Coding) and following established hospital and Department policies and procedures, a Coder Level IV is primarily responsible for coding and abstracting all inpatient discharges.  During periods of staffing shortages or backlog in areas other than inpatient coding, a Coder Level IV may be assigned any of the following areas of outpatient coding by the Manager, HIM (Coding): Cardiovascular/Invasive Radiology Ambulatory  Surgery/Procedure, non-cardiovascular/interventional radiology Ambulatory Surgery/Procedure, Observation (both Cardiovascular/Invasive Radiology and Medical), Emergency Care Center/Fast Track (technical and/or professional components), Ancillary/Clinic/OB-GYN/Medical Necessity or SNF accounts.
ID
2017-17549
Department
Health Information Management
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
Flexible
Under the general supervision of the Manager, HIM (Coding) and following established hospital and Department policies and procedures, a Coder Level IV is primarily responsible for coding and abstracting all inpatient discharges.  During periods of staffing shortages or backlog in areas other than inpatient coding, a Coder Level IV may be assigned any of the following areas of outpatient coding by the Manager, HIM (Coding): Cardiovascular/Invasive Radiology Ambulatory  Surgery/Procedure, non-cardiovascular/interventional radiology Ambulatory Surgery/Procedure, Observation (both Cardiovascular/Invasive Radiology and Medical), Emergency Care Center/Fast Track (technical and/or professional components), Ancillary/Clinic/OB-GYN/Medical Necessity or SNF accounts.
ID
2017-17548
Department
Health Information Management
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Work Hours
Flexible