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The Echocardiography Technologist works collaboratively with health care providers to provide direct and indirect care to patients undergoing procedures throughout the hospital.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, performance of transthoracic echocardiograms, stress echocardiograms, and transesophageal echocardiograms. Evening and weekend call is mandatory.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·      Performs transthoracic echocardiograms, stress echocardiograms, and transesophageal echocardiograms:o  Assesses and prepares patients for procedureso  Conducts testing under the indirect supervision of a cardiologisto  Positions patient to maximize effectiveness of image and  minimize patient discomforto    Adjusts equipment controls and modifies images during the  exam to demonstrate anatomy, physiology, hemodynamics, and/or pathology accuratelyo    Determines need for additional views based on patient variables or encountered pathologyo  Records images for review by cardiologisto  Provides measurements, estimates, angles, and guidance as needed during certain procedures including, but not limited to, pericardiocentisis, transesophageal echocardiogram, and alcohol septal ablationo  Selects appropriate scan based on functional and/or anatomical pathologyo  Utilizes ultrasound and contrast agents to view cardiac structures and wall motion/perfusiono  Monitors patients and their responseo  Reports pertinent findings to cardiologisto  Arranges images of exam findings for patient’s medical recordo  Documents according to established policies and procedures·      Demonstrates ongoing proficiency in clinical skills/knowledge specific to specialty area ·      Demonstrates practice consistent with current research/standards/policies/protocols/procedures·      Protects patient privacy/maintains confidentiality·      Inserts and manages intravenous lines·      Recognizes and responds to adverse reactions, clinical problems, or emergent situations·      Provides teaching to patient and family as necessary·      Performs routine cleaning and reports mechanical failure of equipment ·      Ensures emergency equipment is maintained and working properly·      Follows research protocols·      Performs patient care in a timely manner·      Productively utilizes unassigned time·      Uses proper technique for intravenous line insertion and administers intravenous ultrasound enhancing agent according to facility protocol and as outlined in the Scope of Practice and Clinical Standards for the Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (Standard 1.3.4).  Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·      Performs general office duties: maintains stock supplies, assists administrators in determining quantities for purchase, records procedure codes for billing purposes, and scheduling patients.·      Ensures proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies; promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices.·      Troubleshoot equipment and document errors or equipment malfunctions; escalate issues and concerns to engineer, supervisor, and/or cardiologist.·      Participates in the assessment and development of department and hospital related projectso  Participates in orientation of new employeeso  Serves as a resource for staff members, students, residentso  Serves on hospital and department committees as neededo  Develops and revises departmental policies, protocols, procedures, and forms as needed·      Plans, prepares, and presents training for departmental employees·      Assists with other duties as assigned·      Rotating holiday and weekend call schedule and rotating Saturday shifts. ·      Travel to offsite clinics may be necessary. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·      Decision making has impact on the employee and patient’s wellbeing.·      No budget responsibilities but demonstrates fiscally responsible resource utilization and promotes cost containment. Assigned direct reports (not limited to the ones listed). If not applicable, please enter N/A: ·      N/A
Req #
2020-6266
Job Type
Full Time (72+ hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
72
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
4=10/40
Shift Duration
9 hours
The Surgical Technologist I participates as part of the surgical team in assisting nursing staff in support services necessary for safe and efficient care of patients within various areas of surgical services. This individual assists at the surgical field passing instruments and supplies to other members of the surgical team and maintains the sterile field. Participates in acquiring, preparing and equipping the surgical suites. Ensures the delivery of quality care for patients undergoing surgical procedures in accordance with individual needs, standards of care, and hospital policy.  Assists in non-surgical patient intervention under the direct supervision of a physician or RN.  May serve as a Core Technician, with responsibility for maintaining sterile technique and providing supplies and instruments as requested. Added job functions may include being responsible for inventory, effective physician relationships, birth certificate processing or other administrative duties.
Req #
2020-6260
Department
Women's and Children's Center- 64601
Job Type
Part Time (benefits eligible)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
48
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours
 The Medical Technologist/Medical Laboratory Scientist (Med Tech) performs a variety of routine and complex tests at a professional level and provides data used in the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of human illnesses and diseases. This is accomplished through avenues of critical thinking, decision making, high degree of technical judgement to ensure the most accurate and informative test results. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Performs and evaluates quality control testing following departmental policies and procedures·       Completes competency testing through proficiency surveys from the College of American Pathologists (CAP) and/or Q.C. performance, including peer observation of technique annually in all scheduled areas.·       Responsible for keeping up-to-date on policy and procedure changes for work area.  Provides input for revising and presenting new procedures for review by pathologist.·       Maintains work center.  Keeps area clean and well stocked.  Prepares or replaces reagents as required.  Includes receipt, log-in and stocking of supplies.·       Participates in peer review, responding in a fair and honest manner, both as the reviewer and as the reviewed.·       Maintains competency in each area where they perform testing and participates in proficiency testing whenever possible.·       Keeps abreast of new computer functions, computer usage and changes having to do with computers and printers as relates to work.·       Can function as a lead technologist if no senior technologists scheduled:o   Addresses any problem or question as needed by staff or contacts laboratory management if needed (see department phone list).o   Documents any and all issues/problems for Laboratory management.o   Resolves scheduling issues for absenteeism.·       Prioritizes and evaluates results prior to verification.  This includes, but is not limited to, assessment of critical limits, delta checks, linearity of method being used, and believability of results.  Follow up with documentation when necessary.·       Communicates with physician or nurse to inform them of results that require immediate or prompt attention.  Follows up with the pathologist in a timely fashion.·       Follows up all problems or errors by collecting documentation for lab manager, assisting with reviewing problem and retraining of staff involved.·       Troubleshoots instrumentation problems in order to regain use of instrument ASAP.·       Calibrates, operates, maintains and repairs equipment according to manufacturer’s instructions and section policies and procedures. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Assists in monitoring of instrumentation and evaluation of QC and proficiencies for hospital Point of Care testing, if applicable.·       Logs specimens into the LIS system when necessary, evaluates specimen for acceptability and resolves problems associated with unacceptable or improperly labeled specimens. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Impact limited to the employee. Assigned direct reports (not limited to the ones listed). If not applicable, please enter N/A: ·       N/A
Req #
2020-6257
Department
Lab General- 70200
Job Type
Full Time (72+ hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
72
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
4=10/40
Shift Duration
8 hours
The Clinical Specialty Leader (CSL) is a Registered Nurse (RN) who is the identified clinical role model and content expert for programs or defined areas and scope of nursing practice. Provides leadership in the integration of new knowledge and innovation within clinical specialty area(s) and they facilitate excellence in the provision of clinical care through the implementation of evidence-based standards of care. Demonstrates a strong knowledge base in specialty practices and systems theory and they utilize their specialized knowledge and skill to positively influence outcomes for individual patients, community populations, nurses and clinical staff within the multidisciplinary team of the organization/system. Leads programs and initiatives that are congruent with the organization’s mission and strategic plan as they contribute to the advancement of nursing and clinical practice at the unit/system, regional and national levels. Focuses on the mesosystem which is part of the larger system that exists to support the microsystem or unit level and supports macrosystem (the larger organization with the infrastructure and governance to support the microsystems.The CSL partners with the nursing leadership and the interdisciplinary care team to ensure the delivery of safe, quality patient care in compliance with administrative and clinical policies and procedures. Utilizes evidenced based practice to plan, coordinate, and evaluate educational programs for the orientation and development of clinical staff; develops educational programs based on emerging organizational needs, regulatory and legal requirements, and/or quality improvement. May collaborate with physicians and other clinical experts as appropriate to plan education in effort to foster a positive learning environment through skillful communication, interdisciplinary collaboration, and effective teamwork.  Works with managers and directors to establish and maintain quality initiates within their respective units. Models transformational leadership behaviors to support a climate of life-long learning, fosters critical thinking, uses evidence to facilitate change and promote professional growth.The CSL’s decisions and actions are based on ethical principles as outlined by the American Nurses Association. Practices in adherence with the American Nurses Association’s (ANA) Nursing Administration: Scope and Standards of Practicefor Nurse Professional Development, the ANA Code of Ethics and the Oregon State Board of Nursing’s Practice Act.   KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Assists in the implementation of new departmental policies and procedures.·       Considers factors related to quality, safety, effectiveness and cost regarding professional development activities and expected outcomes.·       Advances the profession and the specialty through mentoring and contributions to the professionaldevelopment of others.·       Leads the coordination of interprofessional healthcare and community resources (e.g., human, clinical, financial, technical, educational, cultural) for integrated educational services.·       Provides assistance and education based on principles of growth and development by facilitationof positive learning and practice environments.·       Determines current and future educational needs of clinicians and employees within their professional sphere of influence.·       Evaluates diverse learning environments (such as virtual) and their suitability to the organization andtarget audience.·       Models critical thinking and promotes evidence-based practice through educational offerings.·       Assists the Nurse Manager in the development of an annual education plan based on assessed needs, internal data and ongoing external environmental scanning.·       Assures programs are consistent with organizational priorities and goals; uses evidence when suggesting new practices or constructing educational programs.·       Applies principles of implementation science to maintain and sustain practice changes.·       Participates in departmental meetings and decision-making that affects on-going clinical education.·       Assists unit managers in clinical areas, by providing assistance with core competencies, coordination and evaluation of educational strategies for competency development.·       Assists preceptors to develop effective preceptor skills such as conflict resolution, teaching-learning strategies, constructive feedback and methods for fostering critical thinking skills.·       Creates processes that support seamless transitions to practice and between practice settings.·       Works collaboratively to plan and implement in-service education for new products, equipment, and policy and procedure changes. ·       Researches and develops curriculum-based learning using online software applications.·       Follows processes for monitoring educational activities including screening for ethical concerns, commercial bias, compromise of intellectual property rights or conflict of interest within the learning environment.    Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Assists in orientation plans, programs and evaluation for new hires.·       Evaluates instructional design, delivery, learner outcomes, and participant feedback to improve effectiveness of educational programs.·       Assists with the implementation of special projects as requested.·       Maintains clinical education files, including records of attendance, course descriptions, and evaluations.     Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or     organization-wide): ·       Impact limited to the employee.·       No budget responsibility. Assigned direct reports (not limited to the ones listed). If not applicable, please enter N/A: ·       N/A
Req #
2020-6253
Department
Clinical Education- 94400
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
Exempt
Shift Duration
Variable
Competently inventories and stocks the nursing floors with food items.  Delivers and collects patient trays, including recording intakes of food and liquid on charts. Communicates effectively with nursing. Works efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced, healthcare environment.
Req #
2020-6252
Department
Food & Nutrition-80100
Job Type
On Call/ PRN
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Evenings
Overtime Code
2=8/80
Shift Duration
8 hours
The “Physical Therapist Assistant” is accountable for assisting the Physical Therapist in their duties of patient care and documentation of such care.
Req #
2020-6251
Department
THH Physical Therapy TFG-73802
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
8 hours
The Radiologic Technologist works under the direction of the radiologists and the supervisor while performing a variety of radiological procedures as well as functions relative to the scope of diagnostic imaging services.  May be assigned to a variety of hospital or clinic locations depending on the needs of the department.  
Req #
2020-6245
Department
Orthopedics/PMR Clinic- 96213
Job Type
Part Time (no benefits)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
36
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
8 hours
Assists with the nursing care of patients.  Provides comfort services and assistance with activities of daily living. Also provides behavioral redirection and monitoring as well as assisting and providing some group functions.
Req #
2020-6243
Department
Inpatient Geri/Psych- 65402
Job Type
Per Diem
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours
Functions as the Nurse Leader for one or more department(s) within Tuality Healthcare’s nursing units. Provides leadership and direction in accordance with the organizational philosophy and objectives.  Assumes shift responsibility and accountability for all patient care activities, unit operation, and staff function.  Ensures continuity of care on the unit by providing direct care as well as supervising the care given by nurses and supportive staff.  Fosters highly skilled professional practice and develops high functioning interdisciplinary teams. Participates in committees/teams as assigned.  Provides timely, effective feedback to staff and actively contributes to the performance evaluation process in conjunction with the nurse manager or director. Functions in direct patient care 80% of time, education functions, unit projects as assigned, and relief administrative supervisor.
Req #
2020-6237
Department
ICU/CCU- 64001
Job Type
Full Time (72+ hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
72
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours
Ensures the delivery of quality nursing care for critically ill patients in accordance with age-related and individual needs, physician’s orders, hospital policy, standards of care and nursing practice.  Responsible for assessing the needs of patients, planning nursing care to meet those needs, and ensuring that the plan of care is carried out and documented according to the principles defined in the nursing process.  Participates in the development of critical care unit goals.
Req #
2020-6235
Department
ICU/CCU- 64001
Job Type
Full Time (72+ hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
72
Shift
Nights
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours
 The Surgical Technologist II participates as part of the surgical team in assisting nursing staff in support services necessary for safe and efficient care of patients within various areas of surgical services. Assists at the surgical field passing instruments and supplies to other members of the surgical team and maintains the sterile field. Participates in acquiring, preparing and equipping the surgical suites.  Ensures the delivery of quality care for patients undergoing surgical procedures in accordance with individual needs, standards of care, and hospital policy. Assists in non-surgical patient intervention under the direct supervision of a physician or RN. May serve as a Core Technician, with responsibility for maintaining sterile technique and providing supplies and instruments as requested.  Added job functions may include being responsible for staff education, inventory, vendor management and effective physician relationships.  Displays comprehensive knowledge and strong technical skills in a wide variety of specialty areas, and serves as a resource for peers/co-workers. This individual demonstrates a high degree of self-reliance and resourcefulness, is quick to identify and solve problems, and willingly adopts additional responsibilities and challenges. Precepts and trains new scrub technologist and student technologist.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Performs scrub duties for all specialties that may require surgical intervention.·       Attends, plans, and participates in staff meetings, in-services and continuing education opportunities.·      Provides care appropriate to the age of patients served (neonate, infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric) patients based on principles of growth and development and life stages.·       Streamlines and standardizes supplies/equipment as appropriate to meet patient/physicians needs and maximize cost containment opportunities.·       Acts as a resource person and role model for other staff members. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Participates in new supply/equipment evaluation and implementation.·       Assists in the communications of backorder information.·       Participates in vendor monitoring and management in accordance with department/hospital procedures/protocols. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Impact limited to the employee.·       No budget responsibility.
Req #
2020-6211
Department
Surgery- 66001
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
4=10/40
Shift Duration
10 hours
 The Registered Nurse ensures the delivery of quality nursing care for patients undergoing surgical and procedures in accordance with age-related and individual needs, physician's orders, hospital policy, standards of care and nursing practice.  Responsible for assessing the needs of patients, planning nursing care to meet those needs, and ensuring that the plan of care is carried out and documented according to the principles defined in the nursing process.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·     Performs circulating scrub and duties for all specialties that may require surgical intervention.·     Front desk functions: computer scheduling, answering multi-line phones in accordance with telephone courtesy standards, faxing, copying, chart assembly, statistical audits, and record keeping. ·     Assists team to maintain an efficient operation of the department staying within financial parameters. ·     May assist with monthly staff meetings and precepting of other employees. ·     Maintains patient logs. ·     Operates the computer system to order lab work, department charges, data input, and e-mail communications.·     Inventory management: ordering supplies, stocking shelves, checking outdates, inventory returns to materials management. Establishes and maintains department supply/equipment routine and non-stock inventory. Communicates backorder information and coordinates substitution availability with O.R. Manager/Director. Coordinates instrument repair/replacement and loan/borrow processes. Provides services for assembling supplies and instrumentation for scheduled and add-on cases. ·     Patient transport includes: assists with lifting, turning, and transporting patients from stretcher to bed, bed to wheelchair, stretcher to OR table, and OR table to stretcher or bed. Will escort patients to vehicle for discharge with a responsible adult.·     Linen/Biohazard Waste Management: using Standard Precautions; will handle, order, stock linen, transporting clean/dirty linen and biohazard to appropriate locations, order and manage supplies.·     Housekeeping: room turnover after each procedure and terminal cleaning procedures according to department guidelines. Assists in keeping hallways clear, returns equipment to its proper place. Safely transports equipment, supplies, specimens and related materials to other departments/units as assigned. Picks up blood and blood products from Lab for O.R. or PACU. Maintains a safe environment for patients, visitors, and staff. Reports potential safety hazards.·     Anesthesia assistance: supply management, stocking and assisting the physician with induction, line placement, patient airway. Will assist with anesthesia machine turnover, maintenance of machines and related equipment including calibrations and cleaning, according to manufacturer’s recommendations and hospital policy.·     Sterile Processing: will require strict adherence to Standard Precautions during decontamination, assembly, and sterilization of surgical instruments. Will manage inventory repair and replacement. Responsible for maintenance of instruments, equipment trays procedure books, sterilizer testing documentation, and inventory sheets.  Operates, tests and monitors sterilization and emergency equipment according to manufacturer recommendations and hospital policy/procedures.·     Organizes and maintains inventory of specialty supplies and equipment. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Attends and participates in staff meetings, in-services and continuing education opportunities.·       Coordinates activities with other departments that support surgical interventions, e.g. radiology, laboratory, blood bank, nursing unit, etc.·       Participates in the Quality Improvement process to help make decisions that focus on the patient/customer and what is best for the organization as a whole.·       Assists with coordination and monitoring of specialty supply loan/borrow process.·       Follows correct procedures in unusual and emergent procedures/ situations. ·       Participates in annual inventory process.·       May be responsible for updating surgeon preference cards in the computer system. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Promotes cost effectiveness through the proper use and conservation of supplies and equipment.·       Identifies cost saving measures.
Req #
2020-6204
Department
Surgery- 66001
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
4=10/40
Shift Duration
10 hours
Works under the direction of a board certified radiologist and is directly responsible for the optimal completion of all procedures utilizing the magnetic resonance imaging scanner.
Req #
2020-6197
Department
Mobile MRI- 72401
Job Type
On Call/ PRN
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
4=10/40
Shift Duration
Variable
The Radiologic Technologist works under the direction of the radiologists and the supervisor while performing a variety of radiological procedures as well as functions relative to the scope of diagnostic imaging services.  May be assigned to a variety of hospital or clinic locations depending on the needs of the department.  
Req #
2020-6195
Department
Diagnostic Imaging TCH- 72101
Job Type
On Call/ PRN
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
Variable
 The Registered Nurse ensures the delivery of quality nursing care for patients undergoing surgical and procedures in accordance with age-related and individual needs, physician's orders, hospital policy, standards of care and nursing practice.  Responsible for assessing the needs of patients, planning nursing care to meet those needs, and ensuring that the plan of care is carried out and documented according to the principles defined in the nursing process.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·     Performs circulating scrub and duties for all specialties that may require surgical intervention.·     Front desk functions: computer scheduling, answering multi-line phones in accordance with telephone courtesy standards, faxing, copying, chart assembly, statistical audits, and record keeping. ·     Assists team to maintain an efficient operation of the department staying within financial parameters. ·     May assist with monthly staff meetings and precepting of other employees. ·     Maintains patient logs. ·     Operates the computer system to order lab work, department charges, data input, and e-mail communications.·     Inventory management: ordering supplies, stocking shelves, checking outdates, inventory returns to materials management. Establishes and maintains department supply/equipment routine and non-stock inventory. Communicates backorder information and coordinates substitution availability with O.R. Manager/Director. Coordinates instrument repair/replacement and loan/borrow processes. Provides services for assembling supplies and instrumentation for scheduled and add-on cases. ·     Patient transport includes: assists with lifting, turning, and transporting patients from stretcher to bed, bed to wheelchair, stretcher to OR table, and OR table to stretcher or bed. Will escort patients to vehicle for discharge with a responsible adult.·     Linen/Biohazard Waste Management: using Standard Precautions; will handle, order, stock linen, transporting clean/dirty linen and biohazard to appropriate locations, order and manage supplies.·     Housekeeping: room turnover after each procedure and terminal cleaning procedures according to department guidelines. Assists in keeping hallways clear, returns equipment to its proper place. Safely transports equipment, supplies, specimens and related materials to other departments/units as assigned. Picks up blood and blood products from Lab for O.R. or PACU. Maintains a safe environment for patients, visitors, and staff. Reports potential safety hazards.·     Anesthesia assistance: supply management, stocking and assisting the physician with induction, line placement, patient airway. Will assist with anesthesia machine turnover, maintenance of machines and related equipment including calibrations and cleaning, according to manufacturer’s recommendations and hospital policy.·     Sterile Processing: will require strict adherence to Standard Precautions during decontamination, assembly, and sterilization of surgical instruments. Will manage inventory repair and replacement. Responsible for maintenance of instruments, equipment trays procedure books, sterilizer testing documentation, and inventory sheets.  Operates, tests and monitors sterilization and emergency equipment according to manufacturer recommendations and hospital policy/procedures.·     Organizes and maintains inventory of specialty supplies and equipment. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Attends and participates in staff meetings, in-services and continuing education opportunities.·       Coordinates activities with other departments that support surgical interventions, e.g. radiology, laboratory, blood bank, nursing unit, etc.·       Participates in the Quality Improvement process to help make decisions that focus on the patient/customer and what is best for the organization as a whole.·       Assists with coordination and monitoring of specialty supply loan/borrow process.·       Follows correct procedures in unusual and emergent procedures/ situations. ·       Participates in annual inventory process.·       May be responsible for updating surgeon preference cards in the computer system. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Promotes cost effectiveness through the proper use and conservation of supplies and equipment.·       Identifies cost saving measures.
Req #
2020-6194
Department
Surgery- 66001
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
4=10/40
Shift Duration
10 hours
 The Registered Nurse ensures the delivery of quality nursing care for patients undergoing surgical and procedures in accordance with age-related and individual needs, physician's orders, hospital policy, standards of care and nursing practice.  Responsible for assessing the needs of patients, planning nursing care to meet those needs, and ensuring that the plan of care is carried out and documented according to the principles defined in the nursing process.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·     Performs circulating scrub and duties for all specialties that may require surgical intervention.·     Front desk functions: computer scheduling, answering multi-line phones in accordance with telephone courtesy standards, faxing, copying, chart assembly, statistical audits, and record keeping. ·     Assists team to maintain an efficient operation of the department staying within financial parameters. ·     May assist with monthly staff meetings and precepting of other employees. ·     Maintains patient logs. ·     Operates the computer system to order lab work, department charges, data input, and e-mail communications.·     Inventory management: ordering supplies, stocking shelves, checking outdates, inventory returns to materials management. Establishes and maintains department supply/equipment routine and non-stock inventory. Communicates backorder information and coordinates substitution availability with O.R. Manager/Director. Coordinates instrument repair/replacement and loan/borrow processes. Provides services for assembling supplies and instrumentation for scheduled and add-on cases. ·     Patient transport includes: assists with lifting, turning, and transporting patients from stretcher to bed, bed to wheelchair, stretcher to OR table, and OR table to stretcher or bed. Will escort patients to vehicle for discharge with a responsible adult.·     Linen/Biohazard Waste Management: using Standard Precautions; will handle, order, stock linen, transporting clean/dirty linen and biohazard to appropriate locations, order and manage supplies.·     Housekeeping: room turnover after each procedure and terminal cleaning procedures according to department guidelines. Assists in keeping hallways clear, returns equipment to its proper place. Safely transports equipment, supplies, specimens and related materials to other departments/units as assigned. Picks up blood and blood products from Lab for O.R. or PACU. Maintains a safe environment for patients, visitors, and staff. Reports potential safety hazards.·     Anesthesia assistance: supply management, stocking and assisting the physician with induction, line placement, patient airway. Will assist with anesthesia machine turnover, maintenance of machines and related equipment including calibrations and cleaning, according to manufacturer’s recommendations and hospital policy.·     Sterile Processing: will require strict adherence to Standard Precautions during decontamination, assembly, and sterilization of surgical instruments. Will manage inventory repair and replacement. Responsible for maintenance of instruments, equipment trays procedure books, sterilizer testing documentation, and inventory sheets.  Operates, tests and monitors sterilization and emergency equipment according to manufacturer recommendations and hospital policy/procedures.·     Organizes and maintains inventory of specialty supplies and equipment. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Attends and participates in staff meetings, in-services and continuing education opportunities.·       Coordinates activities with other departments that support surgical interventions, e.g. radiology, laboratory, blood bank, nursing unit, etc.·       Participates in the Quality Improvement process to help make decisions that focus on the patient/customer and what is best for the organization as a whole.·       Assists with coordination and monitoring of specialty supply loan/borrow process.·       Follows correct procedures in unusual and emergent procedures/ situations. ·       Participates in annual inventory process.·       May be responsible for updating surgeon preference cards in the computer system. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Promotes cost effectiveness through the proper use and conservation of supplies and equipment.·       Identifies cost saving measures.
Req #
2020-6193
Department
Surgery- 66001
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
4=10/40
Shift Duration
10 hours
The role of Client Services Representative encompasses many areas of the laboratory.  Client Services Representatives provide support to internal and external clients, access information in computer, register patients, order tests and perform charting functions.  They play a key role in the pre-analytic and post-analytic process of specimen testing.
Req #
2020-6186
Department
Lab General- 70200
Job Type
Part Time (benefits eligible)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
50
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
Variable
 The Medical Social Worker attends to the psychosocial aspects of patient care.  This position requires the ability to use assessment tools and intervene appropriately in patient/family relationships, financial needs, emotional and social problems.  Provides support for the medical staff in working with psychiatric patients.  Establishes and maintains relationships with community resources.  Requires thorough knowledge of and a high skill level in psychotherapeutic interventions and the utilization of community resources.  By working as a team with Case Managers, coordinates and facilitates discharge planning as needed. 
Req #
2020-6185
Department
Case Management- 82000
Job Type
Per Diem
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0.0
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
Variable
Operating Engineer operates and maintains physical plant equipment on specified shift assignments. Performs special assignments on complex electrical and mechanical equipment.  Under supervision, as assigned evaluates and implements corrective measures to return malfunctioning equipment and systems to specified standards. Submits required logs and reports. Performs routine maintenance, preventative maintenance, reactive maintenance and other duties as assigned. Uses a database system to open and close work orders, tracks work orders and ensures that industry standards are adhered to. Communicates in an effective manner in order to meet customer expectations and reports their status on a regular basis to their supervisor. Makes required log entries, controls the work environment and supports safety and security process, procedures, protocols, and policies. They also escort contractors, review the quality of work and understand how to direct the work of contractors who provide services in a hospital or healthcare settings.
Req #
2020-6177
Department
Engineering-83001
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
8 hours
Performs a variety of environmental services tasks to keep the hospital and offices in a clean and sanitary condition.  Assists in other projects such as moving furniture, carpet repair and other maintenance tasks as requested.
Req #
2020-6173
Department
Environmental Services-85001
Job Type
Full Time (72+ hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
72
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
Variable