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Expires: Dec 31, 2020

Get more than a job - Build a career! RN/LPN's, CNA's/CMA's, Food Service, Hospitality, Housekeeping positions.

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Various Healthcare Positions

Expires: Dec 31, 2020

Currently, we have openings for five part time Donor Support Technicians, two Phlebotomists, and two Medical Reception Technicians.

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Expires: Jan 1, 2021

POSITION SUMMARY: Primary functions may vary based upon the clinical setting in which they are scheduled. Overall, some of the primary functions include:
• Assess the needs of patients, prior to being seen by a provider. • Consult and coordinate with healthcare team members to assess, plan, implement, or evaluate patient care plans. • Contributes to the ongoing assessment of assigned patients utilizing age specific growth and development guidelines. • Administer nursing care to ill, injured, convalescent, or disabled patients and may advise patients on health maintenance and disease prevention or provide case management. • Demonstrates the ability to recognize an emergency situation and initiate appropriate responses, as evidenced by documentation, observation, and feedback. • Demonstrates ability to prioritize and organize delivery of care in a consistent manner. • Record patients' medical information and vital signs. • Monitor, record, and report symptoms or changes in patients' conditions. • Provide education to clients in the areas of safety and infection control. • Respects the rights, property and privacy of others; protects confidentiality and uses discretion when discussing information.

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RN & LPN Staff Nurse

Expires: Nov 30, 2021

Essential Functions Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 1. Provides quality nursing care to Guests in an environment that promotes their rights, dignity and freedom of choice. 2. Provides supervision to C.N.A’s and all subordinate staff which includes checking their work to ascertain that assignments have been completed. 3. Assign all C.N.A’s and other subordinate staff to Guests. Assign break times and all regular and special assignments. 4. Administer all parenteral, intramuscular and sub-cutaneous injections. 5. Administer medications within the scope of practice of the L.P.N. Licensure. Maintain a current report of narcotics received and used. 6. Review daily the documentation of the dispensing of the controlled substances and narcotics. Ensure that drugs covered by controlled substances laws are verified by inventory. 7. Place pharmacy orders, for and administer all newly prescribed medications and document. 8. Carry out direct contemporaneous charting in your shift. Chart detailed monthly evaluations of each Guest that reflect his/her condition and progress. 9. Responsible for all nursing care of assigned Guests while on duty. Must notify appropriate persons if there is any significant change in a Guest’s condition or any transfer to a hospital. 10. Ensure that Guest care plans are being followed and asses each Guest’s status in accord with their care plan. 11. Round with physicians when needed. 12. Administer or supervise all treatments prescribed by physicians including but not limited to pressure ulcer care, Foley catheter care, and hot and cold compounds. 13. Supervise serving of prescribed diets and fluids intake and immediately report any issues to the physician and DON/ADON. 14. Must be knowledgeable of individual care plans and support the care planning process by reporting specific information and observations of the Guest’s needs, preferences and report any behavioral changes. 15. Provide wound care when needed. 16. Completes medical records documenting care provided and other information in accordance with nursing policies while maintaining strict confidentiality. 17. Assure that established infection control and prevention practices and standard precautions are maintained at all times. 18. Follow established safety precautions when preforming tasks and using equipment and supplies. 19. Reports all hazardous conditions, damaged equipment, accidents/incidents and supply issues to appropriate persons. 20. Maintains the comfort, privacy and dignity of Guests and interacts with them in a manner that displays warmth, respect and promotes a caring environment. 21. Ensure each Guest receives person centered care. 22. Answer and respond to call lights promptly and courteously. 23. Assist with new admissions, re-admissions and assist with the transfer of Guests to different rooms within the facility. 24. Communicates and interacts effectively and tactfully with Guests, visitors, families, peers and supervisors. 25. Attend and participate in departmental meetings and in-services as directed. 26. Recognize your role as part of the Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) efforts of your organization. 27. Attend trainings to build understanding and capacity to undertake QAPI work. 28. Carry out QAPI roles and responsibilities as assigned. 29. Follow established policies and procedures in support of QAPI efforts. 30. Any noted opportunities for improvement will be shared with leadership in the organization. 31. Communicate to leadership upon witnessing a positive outcome of a QAPI project or detecting barriers preventing project success. 32. Support QAPI efforts both verbally and non-verbally (i.e., via actions and attitude), including adjusting performance and practice in accordance with QAPI initiatives and findings. 33. Participate in compliance trainings as scheduled and adhere to compliance plan. Supervisory Responsibility This position has direct supervisor responsibilities for Certified Nurse Aides and other personnel assigned. Work Environment This job operates in a health care setting. This role requires regular walking to various locations around the facility while pulling or pushing carts. This position works mostly in the Guest care areas as well as in occasional outside weather conditions. This role may also come into contact with patients who may have contagious illnesses. Physical Demands While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, and stooping on a regular basis. The employee must be able to lift and move items and patients weighing at least 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Position Type and Expected Hours of Work This position is part of a health care facility that is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Rotating shifts as well as holiday and work during inclement weather will be required.

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