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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 #
2020-6308
Department
PCU- 63001
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
Responsible for ensuring the delivery of quality care to patients in accordance with individual needs, physician orders and standards of care, as represented through patient care policies. Must be able and willing to handle all front and back tasks within the clinic according to established procedures and protocols, as to provide a seamless experience for the patient. Duties could include (but are not limited to): greeting and checking in patients, scheduling appointments, rooming patients, assisting doctors, triaging acute patient concerns, working within the EMR system, running lab controls, and departing patients.
Req #
2020-6302
Department
Hillsboro Internal Med-96503
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
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 #
2020-6301
Department
PCU- 63001
Job Type
Part Time (benefits eligible)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
48
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours
The Physical Therapist functions as a member of the patient care team by providing physical therapy services and is accountable for assessment, treatment, and education of patients with the appropriate documentation of such care.  The physical therapist is also responsible for supervising the patient care activities of their assistant, aide, students and to assist with other educational and research activities conducted by the department or hospital.
Req #
2020-6300
Department
Physical Therapy-TCH- 73701
Job Type
Per Diem
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
8 hours
 Analyzes patient medical records concurrently and/or retrospectively for quality assessment and discharge planning criteria. Provides supportive documentation and clinical records to insurance carriers for authorization of services. Coordinates discharge plans and orders for patients leaving the hospital including identifying needs for community services and making appropriate transition plans. This position requires creativity and problem solving, multi-tasking, and the ability to prioritize tasks and work with minimal supervision.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·         Applies and shares knowledge of community health and social service resources.·         Evaluates medical information and completes discharge needs assessments within 1 day of admission as set by established criteria, to identify patients that are at high risk of requiring post-hospital services, and the need for case management and discharge planning intervention.·         Initiate and complete safe discharge plans for inpatients by arranging Home Health referrals, complex drug therapy interventions, outpatient clinic visits, skilled nursing placements, intermediate care placements, assisted living arrangements, etc.·         Documents initial assessment of the patient and continually assesses discharge needs through the continuum of care.·         Works closely with external vendor partners to arrange post-discharge needs, maintains amiable and professional relationship with vendors at all times.·         Assesses variables that impact health and functioning, interprets clinical information and assesses implications for treatment.·         Issues Important Messages from Medicare (IMM), Medicare Outpatient Observation Notice (MOON), and denial of services letter following appropriate health plan or Medicare guidelines.·         Collaborates with Hospitalists and Multi-Disciplinary team daily to facilitate the timely discharge of patients from the hospital setting.·         Enters Avoidable Days and Code 44 Documentation when appropriate.·         Provides information to patients and families on “Advanced Directives” when requested.·         Responds to outpatient and community questions and referrals.·         Screens patient’s medical records concurrently and/or retrospectively using pre-established screening criteria for quality assurance and discharge planning.·         Facilitates discharge planning for the continuum of care.·         Facilitates placements or referrals as appropriate to meet the patient’s clinical needs/rights and are specific for neonate, infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric populations.·         Reports suspected abuse, neglect, or unsafe discharge environment to the appropriate agency.·         Develops an individualized case management plan that addresses physical, vocational, psychosocial, age, cultural, financial and educational needs and documents case management activities.·         Coordinates the appropriate services and resources needed.·         Communicates with patient/family/significant others and all multi-disciplinary team members for appropriate post-hospital services/needs.·         Consults with the social worker to identify appropriate social service needs.·         Provides insurance carriers with necessary information to authorize follow-up care when necessary and obtains pre-authorization for post-discharge services including Skilled Nursing, Durable Medical Equipment, Home Oxygen, or Rehabilitation.·         Relays pertinent information to the Case Management Manager to represent Case Management with internal medical or quality committees, inpatient nursing staff, ancillary provider staff as appropriate. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·         Attends scheduled staff, care conferences, and other meetings as appropriate·         Attends Utilization Review Committee meetings as schedule allows.·         Shares information from seminars and other sources of education with others as appropriate. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·         Impact limited to the employee.
Req #
2020-6294
Department
Case Management- 82000
Job Type
Per Diem
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
Variable
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 #
2020-6293
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
POSITION SUMMARY This position provides administrative support to the President/CEO and VP of Human Resources. Works independently in performing projects, time scheduling and coordination, communications coordination between parties, and general support duties as needed.  Communicates effectively with internal and external stakeholder groups.   Supports fiduciary committee and Healthcare Board activities and meetings.  Supports risk management in reinsurance process biannually.  Attention to detail, timeliness in response to job duties and ability to manage multiple priorities a must. The Executive Assistant coordinates administrative work at the highest level or activities for multiple executives to ensure a smooth flow of services and operations.  Employees in this position plan, perform, and coordinate a complete or highly technical program in support of the assigned executive or organizational wide activities.  Requires advanced technical or program knowledge.  Provides administrative support to members of the executive leadership team, as well as other leaders as assigned.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time  - Coordinates and implements entire administrative process for an executive level department and/or division wide program.- Initiates, performs, and carries through to completion various complex projects or highly technical programs in a confidential environment.  Makes independent decisions on use of appropriate resources to complete projects, providing reports as necessary concerning findings made.- Coordinates and initiates the various written and verbal correspondences between parties both internal and external. Composes routine letters and memos.- Plans, prepares, and presents presentations and trainings.- Schedules meetings and appointments to ensure adequate time based upon nature of content.  Coordinates and initiates communications between various individuals concerning time/calendar scheduling.  Plans and coordinates seminars and conferences. Manages travel arrangements and reservations as requested.- Works independently in performing projects, time scheduling and coordination, communications coordination between parties, and general support duties as needed.- Investigates circumstances, responds to questions, and resolves discrepancies.- Maintains HR records, inventory records of supplies, equipment and materials and orders supplies for immediate office.- Demonstrates confidentiality regarding executive, patient, and co-worker information.- Uses a high level of discretion and independent judgment with respect to matters of significance in supporting executive level leaders. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: - For Executive Assistants that support the CEO, will also help coordinate meetings and communications with the Board of Directors.- Develops technical policies or procedures, systems and forms necessary to complete work.  Disseminates policies and information to the staff and public.  Explains policies and procedures.- Independently researches, collects data, and prepares reports.  Develops detailed reports on a monthly, quarterly, semiannual, or annual basis Decision making and budget responsibilities: - Analyzes data and uses judgement in making independent decisions.- Compiles, maintains, and tracks financial activities.- Assists in annual budgeting process. 
Req #
2020-6291
Department
Administration- 90200
Job Type
Full Time (exempt)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
Exempt
Shift Duration
Variable
  Analyzes patient medical records concurrently and/or retrospectively for quality assessment and discharge planning criteria. Provides supportive documentation and clinical records to insurance carriers for authorization of services. Coordinates discharge plans and orders for patients leaving the hospital including identifying needs for community services and making appropriate transition plans. This position requires creativity and problem solving, multi-tasking, and the ability to prioritize tasks and work with minimal supervision.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·         Applies and shares knowledge of community health and social service resources.·         Evaluates medical information and completes discharge needs assessments within 1 day of admission as set by established criteria, to identify patients that are at high risk of requiring post-hospital services, and the need for case management and discharge planning intervention.·         Initiate and complete safe discharge plans for inpatients by arranging Home Health referrals, complex drug therapy interventions, outpatient clinic visits, skilled nursing placements, intermediate care placements, assisted living arrangements, etc.·         Documents initial assessment of the patient and continually assesses discharge needs through the continuum of care.·         Works closely with external vendor partners to arrange post-discharge needs, maintains amiable and professional relationship with vendors at all times.·         Assesses variables that impact health and functioning, interprets clinical information and assesses implications for treatment.·         Issues Important Messages from Medicare (IMM), Medicare Outpatient Observation Notice (MOON), and denial of services letter following appropriate health plan or Medicare guidelines.·         Collaborates with Hospitalists and Multi-Disciplinary team daily to facilitate the timely discharge of patients from the hospital setting.·         Enters Avoidable Days and Code 44 Documentation when appropriate.·         Provides information to patients and families on “Advanced Directives” when requested.·         Responds to outpatient and community questions and referrals.·         Screens patient’s medical records concurrently and/or retrospectively using pre-established screening criteria for quality assurance and discharge planning.·         Facilitates discharge planning for the continuum of care.·         Facilitates placements or referrals as appropriate to meet the patient’s clinical needs/rights and are specific for neonate, infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric populations.·         Reports suspected abuse, neglect, or unsafe discharge environment to the appropriate agency.·         Develops an individualized case management plan that addresses physical, vocational, psychosocial, age, cultural, financial and educational needs and documents case management activities.·         Coordinates the appropriate services and resources needed.·         Communicates with patient/family/significant others and all multi-disciplinary team members for appropriate post-hospital services/needs.·         Consults with the social worker to identify appropriate social service needs.·         Provides insurance carriers with necessary information to authorize follow-up care when necessary and obtains pre-authorization for post-discharge services including Skilled Nursing, Durable Medical Equipment, Home Oxygen, or Rehabilitation.·         Relays pertinent information to the Case Management Manager to represent Case Management with internal medical or quality committees, inpatient nursing staff, ancillary provider staff as appropriate. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·         Attends scheduled staff, care conferences, and other meetings as appropriate·         Attends Utilization Review Committee meetings as schedule allows.·         Shares information from seminars and other sources of education with others as appropriate. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·         Impact limited to the employee.
Req #
2020-6290
Department
Case Management- 82000
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
Variable
Responsible for ensuring the delivery of quality care to patients in accordance with individual needs, physician orders and standards of care, as represented through patient care policies. Must be able and willing to handle all front and back tasks within the clinic according to established procedures and protocols, as to provide a seamless experience for the patient. Duties could include (but are not limited to): greeting and checking in patients, scheduling appointments, rooming patients, assisting doctors, triaging acute patient concerns, working within the EMR system, running lab controls, and departing patients.
Req #
2020-6289
Department
South Hillsboro Primary Care - 96123
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
 POSITION SUMMARY The Administrative Coordinator coordinates high-level administrative work or activities to ensure a smooth flow of services and operations.  Employees in this position plan, perform, and coordinate a complete technical program in support of the assigned directors/departments or organizational activities.  Requires technical or program knowledge. Provides administrative support to multiple organizational leaders/departments at the director level.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time: - Coordinates administrative work or activities to ensure a smooth flow of day-to-day services and operations for assigned departments.  Initiates, performs, and carries through to completion various projects. Judgment is required in analyzing situations and making decisions based on knowledge of policies and procedures.- May function as Kronos/timekeeper and assist when asked by processing E-TEE forms, time card reconciliation, and approvals and manages shifts in Kronos.- Coordinates and initiates the various written and verbal correspondences between parties both internal and external. Composes routine letters and memos.- Schedules meetings and appointments to ensure adequate time based upon nature of content.  Coordinates and initiates communications between various individuals concerning time/calendar scheduling.  Plans and coordinates seminars and conferences. Manages travel arrangements and reservations as requested.- Helps with projects, time scheduling and coordination, communications coordination between parties, and general support duties as needed.- Functions as the departments’ policy administrator.  Organizes and maintains policies and procedures in the electronic policy management system.   Provides training to new users of the policy management system and to policy processors.  Ensures policies are current and compliant with Joint Commission and other State/Federal standards.- Manages supplies for all office and clerical areas in departments position supports.- Demonstrates confidentiality regarding leader, patient, and co-worker information. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: - Provides reports for the department’s quality dashboards.- Develops technical policies or procedures, systems and forms necessary to complete work.  Disseminates policies and information to the staff and public.  Explains policies and procedures.- Analyzes data, researches, collects data, and prepares reports.  Develops detailed reports on a monthly, quarterly, semiannual, or annual basis.- Assists in scheduling interviews and other recruitment activities as well as organization of on boarding for new employees into assigned departments. Decision making and budget responsibilities: - Decisions can impact the department, and under direct guidance of the managerial staff.- Maintains corporate credit card receipts and statement reconciliation including reconciling and paying various billing and payables invoices.- No budget responsibilities.  
Req #
2020-6287
Department
Periop Administration- 65912
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
Variable
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 #
2020-6285
Department
Nursing Support Services- 60401
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
Assists with the nursing care of patients.  Provides comfort services and assistance with activities of daily living.
Req #
2020-6284
Department
Nursing Support Services- 60401
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 medical/surgical 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.  Ensures continuity of care by providing direct care as well as supervising care given by nurses and supportive staff (when appropriate).  Participates in the development of the medical/surgical unit goals.  
Req #
2020-6282
Department
Med/Surg Nursing- 62201
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
Ensures the delivery of quality nursing care to patients throughout the Women & Children’s Center, including those who require cardiac monitoring, in accordance with age related and individual needs, physician’s orders, hospital policy, standards of care and nursing practice.  Responsible for the assessment of patient needs, planning nursing care based on those needs, and ensuring that the plan of care is implemented, documented and evaluated according to the nursing process. Demonstrates skill sets and competencies that are needed to accept a regular patient care assignment in a minimum of two areas within the Women & Children’s Center, including neonatal special care, pediatrics, labor and delivery, or post-partum. As needed by the hospital the expectations of additional areas of assignment will be considered. Supervises care given by supportive staff including techs and CNA’s. Actively supports the creation and implementation of the Women & Children’s Center goals to improve patient care.
Req #
2020-6280
Department
Women's and Children's Center- 64601
Job Type
Per Diem
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours
Medical Screener serves at the entry points to the medical center to ensure that the Oregon Health Authority guidance for hospital entry is followed and maintained. Performs temperature check and ensures screening questions are answered regarding illness prior to entering facility. Provides instructions to visitors or staff that do not meet recommended criteria for entering facility. Documents information as appropriate and required by Public Health ensuring confidentiality. Reports to Patient Access Supervisor any concerns regarding process. Works collaboratively with Employee Health on ensuring employees are meeting screening criteria. Complies with behavioral standards, policies, procedures.
Req #
2020-6279
Department
COVID Incident Command - 91400
Job Type
On Call/ PRN
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
Variable
 Provides spiritual care services to patients, families and staff.  This role places priority on patient care to all patients includes pre-surgery, end of life care, urgent situations including but not limited to medical emergencies (CODE Blue) or deaths, traumatic situations in the ED and birth center. Provides calming support to distraught family members and friends. Works with hospital staff to enhance their sensitivity to the spiritual concerns of patients and families.  Provides general emotional and spiritual support and hospitality to patients/families and friends. This position will require one weekend on-call a month and one Saturday shift a month.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Conducts spiritual assessment, develops plan of care and provides appropriate interventions and referrals as needed.·       Documents patient, family/significant other spiritual care visits in EPIC the electronic medical record (EMR) as appropriate.·       Maintains a safe environment for patients, visitors and staff; reports potential safety hazards.·       Takes on-call duty as scheduled and responds to call-backs in a timely manner. ·       Rounds patient care areas to communicate availability and identify potential patient needs.·       Responds to “Chaplain Consult” orders and reviews inpatient census to determine the Spiritual Care (SC) needs of patients.·       Attends interdisciplinary rounds/case management, ICU rounds, Behavior Health rounds as assigned to prioritize patient needs, visits.·       Collaborates and consults with other clinical staff (RNs, RN managers, hospitalist) to provide SC to patients and families. ·       Responds to patient deaths offering support and guidance to family and staff, offer of comfort quilts, aiding with funeral home selection, organ donations etc. ·       Collaborates with and assists local clergy with patient visitation.·       Participates on committees and projects such as CISM team, Employees Helping Employees EHE, Ethics as assigned. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Attends continuing education programs.·       Other duties as assigned by the Spiritual Care Manager. 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 #
2020-6278
Department
Admin Nursing- 60101
Job Type
Per Diem
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
8
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
Exempt
Shift Duration
Variable
The Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant (COTA) function as a member of the patient care team by providing occupational therapy services under the direction of a licensed occupational therapist.  The COTA is accountable for treatment and education of patients and the appropriate documentation of such care.  The COTA is also responsible for supervising the patient care activities of their aide, students, and to assist with other educational and research activities conducted by the department or hospital.
Req #
2020-6277
Department
THH Occupational Therapy- 75402
Job Type
Part Time (benefits eligible)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
48
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
8 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.  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 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. Assigned direct reports (not limited to the ones listed). If not applicable, please enter N/A: ·      N/A
Req #
2020-6276
Department
Surgery- 66001
Job Type
Per Diem
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
10 hours
Assist in the development and implementation of a behavioral science curriculum and professional development activities for family and internal medicine residents. Teach family and internal medicine residents on an individual basis, in group settings including didactic lectures, workshops, and in seminars on behavioral science topics.Provide residents with skills needed to maintain their commitment to practicing high quality patient-focused care within a high stress work environment. Ensure compliance with Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) behavioral science/professional development requirements for family medicine residents.  Provide residents with skills needed to work effectively with underserved and multi-ethnic populations. Provide clinical services in the outpatient setting inclusive of diagnostic and crisis assessment, psychological education and intervention, individual and systematic interventions and health and behavior coaching.  Participate in resident evaluation and resident recruitment. Collaborate with residents, faculty and staff on additional appropriate committees, projects and administrative duties. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Provides counseling, supervision, and crisis intervention services at the Family Medicine Practice site.·       Provides counseling, supervision, and crisis intervention services at the Internal Medicine Practice site.·       Provides case consultation to residents and staff in a timely manner.·       Assists residents in evaluating patient and family needs and in developing and implementing a care plan enabling the patient to receive the appropriate assistance from community resources.·       Documents interventions in patient electronic medical record in an appropriate manner, demonstrating understanding of patient's psychosocial, medical and economic needs.·       Assists residents with crisis intervention services during residency clinic sessions (including psychiatric emergencies, domestic violence, etc.).·       Instructs residents in the Behavioral Science areas of clinical assessment, management and therapeutic approaches.·       Facilitates resident support/Balint groups for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year residents as required.·       Shadowing and video-feedback review with family medicine residents with focus on teaching patient-centered communication skills.·       Coordinates and has primary teaching responsibility for the Behavioral Health Rotation including one-to-one resident teaching s with residents and outpatient psychosocial evaluation skills.·       Responsible for the planning, development and implementation of the Human Behavior, Psychiatry, Addiction Medicine curriculum to fulfill the standards required by the Residency Review Committee.·       Work as part of an inter-professional team in a patient-centered medical home environment.·       Participates in faculty development and research in order to remain current in the field of Behavioral Science. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Occasionally rounds on Family Medicine Service patients focusing on smoking cessation, acceptance of diagnosis and transition of care for patients prior to discharge.·       Conducts conferences and seminars on topics from the Core Curriculum for Human Behavior on a regular basis.·       Assists in supervising residents during office sessions.·       Oversees other learners (social work students, psychology externs, etc.).·       Plan and facilitate resident wellness activities.·       Participates in the recruitment and selection of resident applicants for the program.·       Collaboration with community partners.·       Occasional attendance at pertinent community based meetings.·       Service on committees as needed.·       Attend faculty and clinic meetings.·       Perform other activities related to administrative, clinical, and teaching roles.·       Participate in quality improvement activities including team-based review of chronic disease panels, development of quality improvement protocols, etc.·       Continually establishes and maintains a current knowledge of community resources and various resources provided by the organization.·       Attends appropriate faculty development conferences both on and off site.·       Personally works on developing scholarly activities including presentation at professional meetings and publications. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       N/A Assigned direct reports (not limited to the ones listed). If not applicable, please enter N/A: ·       N/A  
Req #
2020-6273
Department
South Hillsboro Primary Care - 96123
Job Type
Full Time (exempt)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
Exempt
Shift Duration
Variable
The Total Rewards Analyst is part of the human resources team and is a key contributor in the administration and development of total rewards programs across the organization. This includes performing a variety of tasks with the purpose of supporting and coordinating benefits and compensation processes/functions.  The position reports to the HR manager and works very closely with direction from the Total Rewards Program Manager. Tasks within this role range from a scale of some process oriented/administrative to more intermediate level analysis and project coordination. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Performed majority of the time: - Processing and auditing the entry of benefits elections for new hires, employees with qualifying life event changes, and annual open enrollment.  This includes utilizing the benefits enrollment software and HRIS database.- Uses specific applied knowledge and analytical skills to assist with consultation on organization’s Total Rewards philosophy.- Assists in reviewing new and revised job description submissions, creates new job code if applicable, and makes recommendations to hiring managers on appropriate content/format, pay grade, as well as the proper exempt classification.- Assisting employees with questions/issues related to their benefits and compensation. Coordinates with benefits vendors to find solutions and resolve inquires.- Facilitates the new hire benefits orientations and assists the newly benefit-eligible employees as needed.- Administer benefits invoicing, and auditing benefits and compensation data to ensure on-going data integrity.- Provides analytical and administrative support for multiple projects including, but not limited to: offer placement, nursing tenure pay increases, updating compensation tools/spreadsheets, updating the compensation structure documents, Oregon Equal Pay Law projects, job description updates, market and equity requests analysis, etc. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: - Ensures compliance with State and Federal regulations related to total rewards programs.  Assists in updating required employer notifications (e.g. Summary Plan Descriptions) on the employee Intranet website.  Initiates and coordinates preparation of Form 5500s and non-discrimination testing for Health and Welfare plans.- Coordinates the design of the benefits and compensation related resources (e.g. Annual Benefits & Wellness Directory), and making updates on the employee Intranet website.- Problem solving system issues related to online benefits elections software and HRIS database.- Utilizing HRIS database system to provide data which includes analysis using MS Excel.- Coordinates open enrollment communication, updating benefit enrollment options and testing in the online benefits elections software.- Part of a team to support annual compensation projects. These projects include but are not limited to: annual merit increases and the automatic upload process, incentive program processing, union contract increase processing, paid time off cash out communication and eligibility, etc.- Provides analytical and administrative support to initiate new programs related to Total Rewards.- Assists Total Rewards Program Manager with compensation and benefits surveys.- Runs reports and processes updates related to HR Metrics/SLA’s dashboard. Decision making and budget responsibilities: - Influences decisions related to the Total Rewards functions.- Provides input to operational managers related to compensation analysis and recommendations that may affect those department budgets.
Req #
2020-6270
Department
Human Resources- 94509
Job Type
Temporary
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
20-30 hours/week
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
Exempt
Shift Duration
Variable