Follows the nursing process to deliver safe, compassionate, and culturally effective care.
Gathers and recognizes/synthesizes assessment data to determine the patient/family plan of care, pertinent data to be shared with care team, and tasks to be delegated.
Recognizes and/or seeks resources to recognize clinical changes that are indicative of patient deterioration; utilizes the CAT team when appropriate.
Collaborates with the patient, family and multidisciplinary team to coordinate all facets of patient care.
Care is coordinated across the continuum - understands and utilizes case management resources.
Recognizes and addresses situations which present ethical dilemmas and/or moral distress. Takes steps to actively address the situation. Seeks resources as needed to resolve the situation.
Demonstrates competence in teaching patients/families and progresses to an expert educator of patients/families.
Evaluates and documents the care provided on each assigned shift.
Accountable for the rapid adoption and implementation of clinical practice changes into own practice.
Documents the evaluation of nursing interventions and outcomes of nursing care utilizing hospital standards, policies and procedures.
Consistently follows safe hand-off practices as defined in patient care standards and procedures.
Effective verbal and nonverbal communication techniques and good listening skills are used to empathically communicate with patients/ families, and colleagues.
Encourages patient/family self-advocacy.
Actively participates in interdisciplinary patient care rounds and/or meetings and makes recommendations to the plan of care that reflect nursing goals, interventions, and expected outcomes. Revises the plan of care according to the patient care decisions made on rounds.
Incorporates evidence based practice into direct clinical care in collaboration with other members of the multidisciplinary team.
Develops and implements effective partnerships with members of the ancillary staff; delegates tasks effectively to assure comprehensive nursing care is provided.
Develops and sustains professional, well- boundary, therapeutic relationships with patients and families in which all actions are in the best interest of the patient and family and there is no personal gain at the patient/families expense.
Models appearance and behaviors that promote a positive image of professional nursing.
Expands clinical judgment and critical thinking skills with increased experience
Practices within a shared decision making environment. Familiar with and participates in Shared Governance council activities at the unit and/or department level. Progresses to leading council activities at the unit and/or department levels.
Well informed about the Professional Advancement Program (PEAK) and considers the opportunity to participate.
Demonstrates healthcare informatics competency to manage patient care, outcome data, and current and emerging healthcare technology.
Understands nursing sensitive outcomes and knows how to navigate the nursing scorecard. Participates and/or leads improvement initiatives to improve outcomes.
Basic use of a computer (mouse, keyboard, printer, USB ports).
Basic use of Microsoft Office (Word processing, spreadsheets, presentations and Skype).
Web browsing, intranet search, document access.
Use of shared network file space.
Basic use of patient facing technology. (e.g. IV pumps, point of care devices, CR monitors).
Navigation and use of clinical communication systems.
Determines the nature and extent of clinical information needed and uses the appropriate technology to access it.
Accesses needed information effectively and efficiently.
Evaluates information and its sources critically and appropriately incorporates it into clinical practice.
Evaluates outcomes of the use of information.
Information Management Literacy
Navigation of the electronic health record system.
Ability to locate and review specific patient data in various clinical information systems.
Effectively uses clinical decision support tools.
Understands policies and procedures, confidentiality, security, and privacy regulations regarding the use of clinical information systems.
Ability to collect clinical data using quality improvement tools.
Registered Nursing License in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or in the State of New Jersey, depending on the assigned work location.
Required Education: Graduation from ACEN and/or CCNE accredited school of nursing or college.
Required Experience: At least 12 months of previous RN experience in OR.
Preferred Education: BSN
Preferred Experience: Prior pediatric experience or prior experience in your area of specialty. Active membership in a professional nursing organization.
Level 4 worker
Certifications & Licenses:
Responsible for knowledge of anatomy and physiology of surgical sites. Passes instruments on all procedures or acts as an assistant and hold retractors as needed. Practices aseptic technique. Assist in preparation of room prior to surgery and cleaning room after surgery. Assists staff and surgeons to insure instruments, supplies, and equipment are available when needed for surgical procedures. Has two (2) years experience in the Operating Room as a scrub tech. Works in instrument room as needed. Takes assigned call as required. Exhibits knowledge of age specific needs of patients of all psychosocial, and/or cultural backgrounds. Integrally involved and participates with cost containment issues in the Operating Room.
Must be able to read and comprehend information related to perioperative operations within the job class. Minimum computer literacy in keyboarding and microsoft windows.
Must have current CST certification
Works under the direction of a licensed nurse to assist in meeting the physical and psychosocial needs of patients in a professional and timely manner. Performs various tasks as competency documentation designates. Position provides direct care with limited invasives procedures. This position is an advancement opportunity for the Nurse Aide and adheres to the delegatable tasks approved by the Texas Board of Nursing
Two years of performing as a nursing assistant in the healthcare profession preferred. Completion of CNA, Medical Assistant course, two years of nursing school or other recent comparable education and job experience recommended. Must be able to provide basic care giving skills to patients. Must have effective communication and time management skill
Current AHA or ARC BLS (Basic Life Support) Healthcare Provider card showing completion of cognitive and skills evaluation in accordance with the curriculum of AHA BLS (CPR & AED) program. Handle with Care within 6 months of hire
Will be working in ED and MS Mainly
Duties: Job Summary:
Applies surgical technology skills to assist in providing patient care in the surgical suite while maintaining a safe work environment and performing all related job responsibilities. Ensures quality patient care during the operative procedure, and is constantly on vigil for maintenance of the sterile field.
Possesses a thorough knowledge of aseptic technique and its application.
Assists in obtaining and organizing supplies and instruments prior, during and after surgical procedure.
Assists Registered Nurse circulator in preparation of patient, assembly of supplies, instruments, equipment and proper disposition of all specimens; assists with all aspects of room turnover.
Performs duties according to department policy and procedure.
Monitors surgical supplies for sterility prior to use and ensures that supplies are used in a judicious manner, charges are documented/submitted accurately and appropriately.
Monitors and documents sterilization activities for completion.
Attends in-services/staff meetings; exhibits knowledge of current department related issues and participates in Performance Improvement Process.
Participates in educational opportunities to increase competency and meet personal needs and goals.
Assists in the development of policies, procedures, and standards.
Skills: Physical Requirements
Works with occasional intermittent noise and exposure to conditions such as dust, fumes, and chemicals. Ability to communication and write. Strenuous physical effort will require walking, stretching, bending, climbing stairs, twisting, and squatting or kneeling while performing tasks. May have lengthy periods of standing. Requires frequent use of side vision, lifting, pushing, and pulling. Must be able to lift and support the weight of 35 pounds. Use of both hands and all fingers and is required to use hands for gripping, speed work and precision during the operation equipment/instruments and movement/positioning of surgical patients. Vision and hearing for distances of up to twenty 20 feet is required, depth perception and able to distinguish basic colors is required. Ability to work for lengthy, or irregular work hours, rotating shifts, working on hard surfaces, being near moving equipment, changes in temperature, humidity, and exposure to Blood Borne Pathogens.
Education: High School Diploma or GED required. Current Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider required. Graduate of an accredited school of surgical technology highly desired. Current certification highly desired.
Skills and Experience:
1. Assessment skills. Has competent knowledge of all the normal stages of growth and development from Pediatric to Geriatric and delivers patient care appropriately. Performs thorough assessments that are systematic, comprehensive and accurate.
2. Clinical Skills. Consistently demonstrates competent clinical skills. Performs direct patient care activities in support of patient care delivery and team concept. Provides competent and appropriate nursing care to the population of the unit. Demonstrates knowledge and skill of emergency equipment and procedures.
3. Documentation. Maintains complete and accurate documentation. Demonstrates knowledge of documentation guidelines. Assumes primary responsibility for documenting components of the nursing process and patient's progress toward meeting outcomes in the patient's chart including patient education.
4. Professionalism. Demonstrates professional practice responsibility. Demonstrates knowledge of policies and procedures and is able to identify areas for clinical and professional growth.
5. Patient Satisfaction. Consistently responds to patient's/families and co-workers in a professional, courteous, positive manner to promotes an environment where the patient and family is at the center and the patient care team works cooperatively toward their goal and objectives. Maintains confidentiality according to HIPPA guidelines.
6. Safety. Consistently follows the National Patient Safety Goals including following Universal Protocol and identifying patient's utilizing 2 patient identifiers. Demonstrates use of safe transfer techniques and proper body mechanics for self, and patient's.
7. Unit Specific Job Function. Demonstrates knowledge of the conditions/diagnoses, procedures and equipment encountered for surgical patient's. Individualizes patient care according to the procedure and type of anesthesia across the continuum of care. Assesses patient reaction and understanding of procedure/instructions.
8. Responsibility and Accountability. Contributes to the perioperative team by assuming responsibility and accountability for directing patient care by prioritizing the care of patient's depending on their needs and any changes in their condition.
9. Patient Education and Chart Completion. Assesses patient's understanding of surgical procedure/instructions, actively including the patient and family members in teaching. Performs pre-operative and postoperative assessment and education.
10. Duties Specific to PAT RN. Supports the completion of patient testing in a timely manner. Evaluates Pre Admission Testing (PAT) orders for appropriateness and for potential omissions based on proposed surgery, patient age, and current state of health.
As defined by Occupation Safety/OMS
ACLS - Required
BLS - Required
RN License - Required
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing Associates or Bachelor's Degree - Preferred
Responsible for all aspects of Occupational Health (OH) nursing services in collaboration with the manager and key stakeholders. The OH RN performs post-offer/ preplacement exams, performs exposure evaluations and exposure management, assesses and treats employee injuries, coordinates department based programs, and provides basic nursing care. Documents all services in electronic medical record (EMR) and utilizes EMR for OSHA reports . Promotes and protects the health and safety of hospital employees. Participates in multi-disciplinary committees/programs that impact employees.
***This position will primarily be responsible for Flu Vaccinations and COVID-19 immunizations for staff***
Performs pre-placement health screenings of new hires assuring ability to perform essential functions of role. Consults with NP/manager or Medical Director for complex issues.
Performs basic nursing functions such as immunization and TB screenings for employees, volunteers, students, Research NTPs and other contract personnel.
Assesses and manages work related injuries and illnesses under the direction of the CRNP and /or medical director. Demonstrates basic knowledge of regulatory requirements, specifically OSHA injury recording and reporting. Provides counseling for and management of Bloodborne Pathogen injuries.
Works collaboratively with HR, worker comp, IPC and EHS to assure best practice, optimal service and employee safety.
Participates in and/or coordinates department based programs including immunization programs, respiratory clearance/fit-testing, medical surveillance, TB screening, and wellness.
Demonstrates knowledge of electronic medical record (EMR) and enters all data correctly in EMR system. Ability to track and utilize data through reports.
Participates in committee work and departmental process improvement projects related to Occupational Health Services. Ability to organize or lead work under direction of the manager.
Knowledge of process improvement work strongly preferred.
Basic proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Ability to problem solve
Strong written and oral communication skills. Comfortable with group speaking and presentations.
Chain of Custody drug testing
***This position will primarily be responsible for Flu Vaccination or COVID-19 immunizations for staff***
PA license to practice as a registered nurse or LPN
Prefer 1-3 years' experience in Occupational Health.
Minimum of 3-5 years' experience in a related nursing field, preferably with adult injury, ED, or ambulatory exposure.
Clinical Level 4.
Candidate will have the ability to utilize the nursing process to assess, diagnose, plan, implement and evaluate the plan of care for patients served.
Through the model of Shared Governance, collaborate with all members of the health care team with a focus on promoting evidenced based care within a healing culture for the patient population served and their families.
Candidate will demonstrate and embrace the PRIDE core values (Professionalism, Respect, Involvement, Dignity and Excellence) in every aspect of their job.
Candidate must have excellent communication and computer skills
*intermediate or telemetry RNs
At least of 1 year Intermediate Care/step-down experience as a Registered Nurse
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing
Associates or Bachelor's Degree - Preferred
Under the direction of a Radiation Oncologist, performs radiation therapy procedures including assisting in examinations and operation of therapeutic equipment. Delivers prescribed does of external beam and radioactive elements.
Duties occur in all areas of the radiation oncology department including simulator, dark room, treatment and exam rooms. May be required to go to operating room or nursing unit to perform radioactive implants.
Frequent standing and walking. Intermittent lifting, moving or carrying, pushing or pulling, up to 50 lbs. Frequent use of finger/hand dexterity. Constant reaching with hands/arms. Frequent talking or hearing. Corrected hearing and vision to normal range. Exposure to blood, body fluids or tissue. Possible exposure to infectious materials, ionizing radiation, medicinal preparations, communicable diseases and/or other conditions common to a healthcare environment. Frequent exposure to risk of radiation. Intermittent exposure to toxic or caustic chemicals. Intermittent exposure to risk of exposure to blood-borne pathogens. Quiet to moderate noise level in work area. Requires work under stressful conditions, deadlines, or irregular hours. May be required to take call and/or work weekends/holidays based on the needs of the department.
1. Delivers accurately prescribed course of radiation therapy. Performs patient set-up accurately and carefully delivers correct dose per radiation oncologist orders.
2. Performs clinical simulations on treatment machine and on CT Simulator per radiation oncologist orders.
3. Fabricates custom blocks or other patient immobilization devices. Accurately cuts molds, fabricates both electron and photon molds and fabricates both mounted and un-mounted blocks.
4. Maintains electronic medical record of daily treatments including keeping accurate dose totals of treatments and records when treatment aids are used, e.g., bolus, wedges, etc. Accurately uses electronic medical record for scheduling, billing, notes, photos, etc.
5. In treating patients, explains radiation therapy procedures appropriately and adequately, answers questions fully. Knows how and when to use patient immobilization devices, makes treatments as comfortable as possible using pillows, blankets, sponges, etc. and notifies physician and/or nurse of any treatment complications.
Performs other job duties and responsibilities as required.
Will have constant interaction with Oncology patients and their families. Will interact daily with Radiation Oncologists, Radiation Therapists, Physicists and other departmental employees. Will also interact daily with nursing staff in other departments. May occasionally be asked to interact with outside vendors and the general public.
Knowledge of radiation therapy theories, practices and procedures to provide quality care and treatment. Knowledge of radiation safety to ensure appropriate exposure to patients, staff and the public. Proficient in dose calculations and equipment operations. Ability to prepare and maintain exact patient records. Skill in developing and maintaining department quality assurance. Skill in maintaining effective working relationship with patients, medical staff, co-workers and the public. Ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situations. Ability to interpret, adapt and apply guidelines and procedures. Ability to communicate clearly.
Ability to handle multiple tasks with frequent interruptions. Must be self directed and able to work independently. Professional and neat appearance is required. Must maintain strict confidentially to work related information.
High School graduate or equivalent, satisfactory completion of formal training in radiation therapy in an AMA approved school and on the job training.
At least one year relevant radiation therapy experience required. Experience may include internships as part of the clinical education program.
Must be registered or registry eligible by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology.
Must have a current American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Provider Card.
Certifications must be kept current. Certified or documentation that state certification has been applied for with the SCRQSA.
Utilize nursing process, nursing diagnoses & nursing interventions & accountable to the patient, family & peers for delivery of optimum psychiatric care maintaining a holistic approach, in order that the organization can fulfill its primary mission of providing quality health care within the community Reports to the RN Manager, CNE/DON or designee, & is under the direction of the RN Supervisor(s). Interacts with patients, patient's families & all internal departments Changing pace Much time spent sitting & walking May work in noisy & congested areas May be exposed to violent patients & bodily fluids Essential Physical/ Mental DEMANDS: Ability to withstand a varying pace in a labile clinical setting. Ability to prioritize workload. Ability to respond physically to psychiatric crises & to lift weak &/or disabled patients. Manual Dexterity: Required: Ability to write legibly in patient charts. Americans with Disabilities Act Statement: External & internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled, must be able to perform the essential job-specific functions (underlined within each job-specific responsibility) either unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation, to be determined by the organization on a case-by-case basis. Ethics Statement: Employee conducts himself/herself consistent with the ethical STANDARDS of the organization including, but not limited to hospital . JOB EXPECTATIONS: RN PROCESS & PRACTICE: Assesses, diagnoses, plans, implements & evaluates patient & family needs to ensure holistic care for assigned patients. Performs nursing tasks in accordance w/established STANDARDS of nursing practice in order to ensure quality of nursing care. Completes nursing assessment (in its entirety) w/in 8 hours of admission. Consistently initiates collaboration w/others after completion of own assessment. Formulates nursing care plan within 24 hours of admission. Reassesses patient needs & response to nursing interventions & revises nursing care plan on an ongoing basis via daily nursing notes & other nursing requirements. Consistently identifies patient & family educational needs, effectively communicating (via teaching methods) & evaluates the effectiveness of the interventions. Manages time effectively. Knowledge of medications, safely medicates patients & evaluates the effects of the medication. Maintains therapeutic RN/patient relations. Gives & receives feedback on patient response to treatment interventions to/from others. Responds to medical issues in treatment & develops nursing interventions as appropriate. NURSING COMMUNICATION: Communicates effectively, both verbally & in writing. Maintains all required documentation. Verbalizes patient & unit concerns. Presents info logically & in order of occurrence of events. Delivers verbal report noting change in patient status & the unit milieu.
BLS certification - Required
Current RN license to practice in the state of MA - Required
Diploma in nursing from an accredited School of Nursing - Required
Experience in a behavioral health/psychiatric healthcare facility - minimum of 1 year - Required
Handle with Care (HWC) - will train during orientation - Required
Travel experience - minimum of 1 year - Required
Ability to communicate clearly through spoken words & in writing - Required
Diploma in nursing from an accredited School of Nursing.
Current Massachusetts RN licensure.
Must obtain & maintain CPR & HWC certifications.
Job Summary The RN Clinical Nurse I provides professional nursing care through skillful assessment diagnosis outcomes identification planning implementation and evaluation in accordance with facility or department policies procedures and/or protocols under the supervision of the nursing leader. Assists in maintaining a safe work environment and performs all related job responsibilities in a safe manner. Maintains clinical and professional competency as appropriate to the population of patients served. Essential Functions Collects data pertinent to the healthcare consumers health or the situation. Analyzes the assessment data to determine actual or potential diagnoses problems and issues. Identifies expected outcomes for a plan individualized to the healthcare consumer or the situation. Develops a plan that prescribes strategies to attain expected measurable outcomes. Implements the identified plan coordinates care delivery and employs strategies to promote health and a safe environment. Delegates elements of care to appropriate healthcare workers in accordance with any applicable legal or policy parameters or principles. Evaluates progress toward attainment of goals and outcomes. Practices in a manner that is congruent with cultural diversity and inclusion principles. Communicates effectively in all areas of practice. Collaborates with healthcare consumer and other key stakeholders in the conduct of nursing practice. Leads within the professional practice setting and the profession. Integrates evidence and research findings into practice. Contributes to quality nursing practice. Evaluates ones own and others nursing practice in relation to professional practice standards and guidelines relevant statutes rules and regulations. Utilizes appropriate resources to plan provide and sustain evidence-based nursing services that are safe effective and fiscally responsible. Practices in an environmentally safe and healthy manner. Practices ethically. Promotes shared governance or facility decision making activities developing and nurturing research to positively affect clinical outcomes and promotion. Physical Requirements Work requires walking standing sitting lifting reaching stooping bending pushing and pulling. Must be able to lift and support the weight of 35 pounds in handling patients medical equipment and supplies. Must speak English in good understandable terms. Intact sense of sight hearing smell and touch. Finger dexterity. Critical thinking and ability to concentrate. Must be able to respond quickly to changes in patient and/or unit conditions. Physical Abilities Testing required.
Current RN license or temporary license as a Registered Nurse Petitioner in the state in which you work and reside or; if declaring a National License Compact (NLC) state as your primary state of residency meet the licensure requirements in your home state; or for Non-National License Compact states current RN license or temporary license as a Registered Nurse Petitioner required in the state where the RN works. Primary Source Verification Required. Current Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider status according to American Heart Association.
Graduate from an accredited School of Nursing. BSN preferred.
BLS - AHA
Note: Candidates must be more than 50 miles of radius
Perform and report laboratory testing and functions supportive to the laboratory under appropriate supervision as directed by the supervisor.
Utilize laboratory and/or hospital computer systems to record receipt of accession process specimens.
Stocking and unpacking supplies received in department.
Identify all specimens using two (2) patient identifiers according to policy.
Direct the distribution of specimens to other laboratory sections as needed.
Report to supervision any problems which may adversely affect his/her ability to perform duties.
Report to supervision any problems that might adversely affect the operation of the department.
Consult with supervision or in the absence of supervision a registered medical technologist if unsure of any technical detail or procedure.
Give out lab results by phone. Answering phone and paging.
Use pneumatic tube according to policies and procedures.
Dispose and maintain specimens according to laboratory policy.
Maintain CHS core values and mission.
Ability to understand instructions read and make judgments - Required
Certification as laboratory assistant phlebotomist or medical assistant - Highly desired
Interest in laboratory functions and willingness and ability to learn - Highly desired
Moderate knowledge of medical terminology and computer applications - Required
Must demonstrate knowledge of infectious disease protocols practices and prevention - Required
Works in busy environment with moderate lifting pulling pushing and frequently carrying up to 25 pounds and infrequently in excess of 25 pounds with assistance. Frequent walking standing stooping and reaching. Use of computer for long periods of time. Exposure to chemicals pathogens and patient blood and body fluids. Some latex exposure may be expected. Low doses of constantly monitored radioactivity may occur.
High school Diploma or GED - Required
Renders physical therapy services to an assigned caseload of children at the hospital. Contributes to the advancement of Physical Therapy practice through education of staff therapists, patients/families, students and other health care providers when appropriate.
Examination: Able to perform a complete history and systems reviews and determine appropriate tests and measures based on findings. May need assistance/supervision with performance of appropriate tests and measures that are unfamiliar.
Evaluation: Able to synthesize information independently obtained from the examination to determine clinical diagnosis for basic, uncomplicated cases. Seeks guidance for more complex issues.
Diagnosis/Prognosis: Ability to identify impairments and its impact on function and disability and develop a plan of care that integrates therapy into the lifestyle of the family. May require assistance for complex cases.
Intervention: Provides procedural interventions with mentorship as needed. Patient education is family centered by considering family lifestyle, environment, learning needs and collaborative goal setting. Documentation is thorough, complete, timely and reflects integration of all areas of patient care with assistance as needed. Identifies the needs for adaptive equipment and orthotic resources.
Outcomes: Results of patient/client interaction include high level of patient/caregiver satisfaction, reduced risk for impairment, promotion of wellness, identification of internal resources. May require assistance/mentorship for resources to do this. Identifies appropriate outcome measures to assess progress and determine appropriate plan of care or transitional service.
Demonstrates entry-level skills in PT practice and delivers evidence-based clinical care with mentorship.
***Department is looking for people with pediatric experience, preferably at a peer pediatric hospital/institution. Department is open to experience across multiple clinical settings - acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient, and sports medicine.***.
Pediatric experience is required.
Required Licenses, Certifications, Registrations:
Physical Therapy License in State of PA and/or NJ depending on work location.
CPR Certification issued through on organization that requires a hands-on instructor lead psychomotor skills verification (ex. American Heart Association or Red Cross) within three (3) months of placement into position.
Required Education and Experience
Master's degree in Physical Therapy required.
Bachelor's Degree in Physical Therapy will be accepted for individuals licensed previous to December 31, 2002.
Under the direct, on-premise supervision of a licensed occupational therapist, provides occupational therapy treatment procedures to an assigned inpatient caseload. Maintains an orderly environment in the occupational therapy treatment areas.
Reads and reviews the medical record to understand the patient's diagnosis, precautions, goals and treatment plans. Asks questions regarding unclear information.
Performs Occupational Therapy Interventions including activities of daily living, therapeutic exercises, therapeutic group interventions, dynamic therapeutic functional activities, aquatic therapy, and other strategies allowed under COTA licensure act under supervision by the occupational therapist. Can treat patients in any setting in the hospital, including the ambulatory network.
Evaluates the patient's response to intervention and documents patient progress in the chart.
Instructs patients and parents in home programs including exercise, bathroom transfers, self-care/independent ADL programs, and school re-entry home programs.
Informs the occupational therapist of progress/problems with specific patients.
Performs care coordination tasks associated with patient care, including communication with hospital and community providers, tracking of medical equipment, etc.
Maintains current skills and knowledge by identifying own learning needs, both formally and informally, to practice a lifestyle of life-long learning. Seeks opportunity for clinical growth and development within the department through mentorship.
Pursues and achieves departmental competencies as assigned.
Attends in-services within the department and hospital as appropriate.
Maintains productivity and fiscal responsibility in the provision/utilization of services.
Actively participates in department planning meetings, and/or appropriate department initiatives.
Pediatric experience required.
Hospital experience required.
Interpersonal relationships skills that permit effective communication with parents, children of various ages, peers and supervisors.
Pennsylvania State license as a Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant
CPR Certification (within 90 days of hire)
Associate Degree from an approved Occupational Therapy Assistant Program.
Pennsylvania State license as a Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant
This is for a CT OR RN, in the cardiothoracic surgery department. OR experience is required. Cardiac experience is required for this role. Please only submit candidates with cardiac experience.
Expands clinical judgment and critical thinking skills with increased experience.
Information Management Literacy
Graduation from ACEN and/or CCNE accredited school of nursing or college.
At least 12 months of previous RN experience. OR experience is required. Cardiac experience is required for this role. Please only submit candidates with cardiac experience.
Prior pediatric experience or prior experience in your area of specialty. Active membership in a professional nursing organization.
Basic purpose or primary function of the job
Working under general supervision, prepares grant close outs, financial and other operating reports, as well as routine accounting tasks.
Ensure Grants and Awards established in ERP are set up appropriately including but not limited to Indirect Burdens, Billing Schedules, CFDA, Sponsor Numbers, Award Line Billing Revenue Categories
Monitoring and financial reporting of external and internal funding including time and effort, grant billing, labor cost allocations, labor cost transfers, non-labor cost transfers, grant fringe benefits and facilities and administration burdens.
Prepare grant closeouts including the review, accuracy and compliance with Enterprise and Sponsor guidelines.
2. Customer Service
Partner with Post Award Administration ensuring timely and compliance financial closeouts of grants.
Ensure emails and phone calls are responded to within 1 business day.
Assist operations with all accounting and finance needs, such as reporting or training.
3. Accounting Functions
Transaction Processing - prepare and understand journal entries; ensure all compliant documentation is uploaded into the ERP along with the journal entries.
Review all posted entries into the general ledger to ensure accuracy.
Analyze and reconcile assigned accounts on a monthly basis.
4. Special Projects
Audit: Support Annual Audit, Uniform Guidance Audit, Research Compliance Audit, Enterprise Internal Audits.
Other Special Projects.
Other Duties as assigned.
Required Licenses / Certificates / Registrations N/A
Required Education and Experience Minimum education required; cite years and type of experience
Bachelor's degree in Accounting required.
0-2 Years' Experience
Additional Technical Requirements
Working knowledge of Workday General Ledger, Grants, Billing/Invoicing Functions preferred
High level of concentration and ability to handle deadlines in pressure situation.
Analytical and problem-solving skills are required.
Need strong verbal/written communication skills.
Duties: Provides leadership in the coordination and delivery of quality compassionate patient care. Utilizes the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation, to provide, delegate, supervise and document care and teaching of patients and family. Effectively communicates pertinent patient/family information to health care team. Participates in finding solutions for variances from patient goals and ensures implementation of solutions.
Skills: Clinical knowledge and analytical abilities necessary to formulate effective nursing care plans within the unit/department to which staff is assigned. Ability to perform a wide variety of professional nursing services. Ability to effectively communicate with patients, families, and hospital personnel.
Education: 1. BSN preferred. 2. Graduation from an accredited school of nursing. 3. Clinical knowledge and analytical abilities necessary to formulate effective nursing care plans. 4. Ability to perform a wide variety of professional nursing services. 5. Ability to effectively communicate with patients, families, and hospital personnel. CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSURES REQUIRED: Current licensure by the Michigan State Board of Nursing.
4/5:1 Patient to Nurse Ratio. Will have COVID Patients. Will need General Med/Surg Skills. High Acuity Med Surg, Antibiotics, IVs, PICC Lines, Foley, Feeding Tubes, A lot of Medications, Some Trach's, No Tele Will be working in Isolation Rooms. Must have excellent time management, Communication is a must, Very Fast Paced Unit 2 years' experience and should be able to hit the ground running