Assembler Fishing Floats Job Description Sample
Safety Assistant - Nursing Floats
Provides continuous observation and assistance to patients who have been assessed as having a medical/physical and/or behavioral safety risk. Position RequirementsMinimum Qualifications
1.High school graduate or equivalent.
2.Physically agile, having the ability to quickly react to the needs of a patient(s) who requires immediate intervention.
1.Previous nurse aide experience or related training.
Certified Nurse Assistant - Nursing Floats - Full Time
IN202_39020 Nursing Floats
Expected Weekly Hours:
Minimum: $11.78 - Maximum: $15.90
Job Description Details:
Under direct supervision, the Certified Nurse Assistant is responsible for assisting with direct patient care as well as other work on the unit, which supports the patient environment. Work will include components of direct patient care, nutrition, observation, documentation, transportation and general maintenance of the patient environment. Adheres to the principles of Service Excellence Guiding Behaviors and the philosophy and mission of SJHS in all aspects of job performance.
1.Actively demonstrates the organization's mission and core values, and conducts oneself at all times in a manner consistent with these values.
2.Knows and adheres to all laws and regulations pertaining to patient health, safety and medical information.
3.Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide service/care appropriate to the age of the patients served, in accordance with SJHS standards.
4.Assists and prioritizes activities of daily living and other cares with the guidance and delegation of the RN.
5.Obtains and records vital signs – temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respirations, oximetry, and pain score; height/weight; intake/output; and records the information appropriately, accurately and in a timely manner with notification to the nurses as needed.
6.Maintains knowledge and demonstrates competency in the use of patient equipment i.e., manual and automatic blood pressure machine, pulse oximeters, bladder scanner, restraints, electronic scales, gait belts, intermittent pneumatic compression stockings (SCD), heating pads, ice bags, wall suction set-up and Yankeur suction, placement of telemetry, mechanical lifts, bed scales, bed and chair alarms, and personal alarms.
7.Assists with patient treatments such as repositioning, pre-operative hair removal and shower preps. Empties all drains and collection bags (except intracranial pressure monitoring drains [Becker] and chest tubes).
8.Assists with, documents and records procedures – maintains oxygen rates; performs finger sticks for blood glucose monitoring; records chest tube levels; ambulates patients while maintaining tubes; performs specimen collections of stool, sputum, clean catch/24 hour urine; VRE/MRSA swabs of rectum and nare.
9.Records acquired data and observations resulting from patient care such as vitals, patient activity, tolerance, elimination and nutrition within the EMR.
10. Identifies and communicates significant changes in patient's status (potential or actual adverse patient occurrences) to the registered nurse.
11. Communicates and collaborates effectively with Registered Nurse and other multidisciplinary team members as well as patients, families and significant others. Communicates and receives proper handoff report at shift changes.
12. Assists with patient dismissal process – packs up belongings, dresses patient, escorts patient as directed by nurse to awaiting vehicle. Assists RN with transfer to other care areas.
13. Assists RN in hourly patient rounds. Responds to patient call lights to determine patient need and takes appropriate action in a timely manner.
14. Assists with post mortem care of the patient and transports the body to the hospital morgue as delegated.
15. Initiates appropriate measures to insure safety/well-being of patient, family, visitors and staff. Responds appropriately to Emergency Codes.
16. Prior to meal service in designated patient care areas, verifies patient and diet information; insures availability of appropriate meal trays.
17. Serves meal to patients. Provides assistance and feeds patient as needed. Accommodates special requests when possible.
18. Provides follow-up to meal service; collects trays; records fluid intake, calorie counts and appetite assessment. Distributes HS snacks and documents refusal as well as communicating same to nurse.
19. Maintains cleanliness, organization, and safety of the patient environment.
20. Actively participates in intradepartmental meetings/in-services on unit.
21. Maintains competencies on an ongoing basis.
22. Is knowledgeable of and participates in improving patient safety. Recognizes and communicates issues/occurrences utilizing the VOICE documentation system. Notifies the nurse/manager. Assists in identifying ways to resolve issues by utilizing problem solving techniques.
23. Maintains confidentiality of information pertaining to patients, physicians, employees, and SJHS business.
24. Demonstrates general working knowledge of computers and department specific software (i.e. Healthstream, internet, etc.)
25. Performs other duties consistent with purpose of job as directed.
JOB SPECIFICATIONS AND CORE COMPETENCIES
Education: The level of knowledge ordinarily acquired through the completion of high school level courses.
Ability to read, write, and spell English and perform simple arithmetic calculations. Must have successfully completed an approved Certified Nursing Assistant Level II Acute Care course.
Licensure: Indiana CNA license required. CPR certification on hire or able to attain within 60 days.
Experience: 6 months experience as a Patient Care Assistant or Nurse Technician in an acute care setting or; completion of 2 clinical semesters in nursing school. One year of experience in an acute/ambulatory environment preferred.
Other Job Requirements:
Must have a general working knowledge of computers and department specific software (i.e. Healthstream, internet, etc.)
Ability to respond with flexible and changing workload of patient assignments.
Ability to perform as a team member, supporting a patient focused environment in all interactions with patients, families, visitors and volunteers.
Knowledge of basic nursing practices.
Knowledge of principles of body mechanics.
Knowledge of methods of maintaining a safe, working environment.
Assigned hours within your shift, starting time, or days of work are subject to change based on departmental and/or organizational needs.
Trinity Health's Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Trinity Health employs more than 120,000 colleagues at dozens of hospitals and hundreds of health centers in 21 states. Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences, and health practices of the communities that we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive health outcomes. We also recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world and that these differences often lead to innovative solutions.
Trinity Health's dedication to diversity includes a unified workforce (through training and education, recruitment, retention and development), commitment and accountability, communication, community partnerships, and supplier diversity.
Registered Nurse - Nursing Floats (Soch Sjc)
- Registered Nurse – Nursing Floats (Saint Joseph Hospital):
Coordinates total patient care through assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluation. Participates in patient and family teaching. Provides leadership by working cooperatively with health care team members in maintaining standards for professional practice in the clinical setting. Participates in quality improvement initiatives.
SKILL AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS (MINIMUM):
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing
Maintains a current New York State Professional RN License.
BLS, ACLS required
Completion of Cardiac rhythm & Ventilator classes required
ACLS is required within 1 year of assignment
- One (1) Year med/Surgical experience strongly preferred
Subject to inside environmental conditions
ACTIVITY & STRENGTH: (MEDIUM)
Low Lift (floor to knuckle): Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Mid Lift (knuckle to shoulder): Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
High Lift (shoulder and above): Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Full Lift (floor to shoulder): Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Carry: Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Push: Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Pull: Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Overall Strength Category: Occasional 0 to 2.6 hours/day (21-50 lbs.); Frequent 2.7 to 5.3 hours/day (11-20 lbs.); Constant 5.4 to 8 hours/day (1-10 lbs.)
Dictionary Of Occupational Titles
Constant (C) 67-100% Workday
- Frequent (F) 34-66% Workday
Occasional (O) 0-33% Workday
Not Present (N)
- Job Demand
Walk – Frequent
Climb Stairs – Occasional
Stoop – Frequent
Kneel – Occasional
Crouch – Occasional
Reach (immediate) – Frequent
Reach (overhead) – Occasional
Handling – Frequent
Sitting – Occasional
Standing – Constant
HR Use Only: NYS DOL HR Use Only: WW HR Use Only: HH
Medical Assistant Nursing Floats Hqmp
Health Quest was formed through an affiliation of four hospitals: Northern Dutchess Hospital (Rhinebeck, NY), Putnam Hospital Center (Carmel, NY), Sharon Hospital (Sharon, CT) and Vassar Brothers Medical Center (Poughkeepsie, NY). Health Quest also includes affiliated healthcare providers Health Quest Medical Practice and The Heart Center.
Together, these hospitals and healthcare providers have devoted themselves to the development of clinical specialties and medical programs and services.We also count among our partners long-term care facilities, a free-standing radiation oncology center, urgent care centers, a multi-specialty medical practice and a home care service. HEALTH QUEST IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
Performs tasks and responsibilities within the framework of case finding, health teaching, health counseling, and provision of supportive and restorative care under the direction of a licensed health care provider.
Current Medical Assistant preferred and BLS CertificationExperience: 1 year physician office experience
8:30-5:00 - Nursing Floats (Floating Required)
4K DPI Teacher / 4K DPI Teacher Floats
Reach Dane/Reach Green offers a generous benefit package to regular employees that work 20 hours or more per week. The benefit package includes the option to enroll in health insurance (75% employer paid premium), dental insurance (50% employer paid premium), and vision insurance. Reach Dane/Reach Green has a competitive 403B match after 2 years of employment and contributes 5% (employee must contribute at minimum 1% to receive match.) Other perks include: vacation and sick time accruals, long term disability and life insurance at no charge.
POSITION SPECIFIC DETAILS:
Classroom Position-Part Year
Hours: 40 hours/week
Status: Part Year*
Req #: 379
Classroom Position-Full Year
Hours: 40 hours/week
Status: Full Year
Location: East Madison +1
Req #: 316
- 4K DPI Float Positions*
Hours: 40 hours/week
Status: Part Year*
Location: Based out of Red Arrow
Req #: 305, 319
Hours: 40 hours/week
Status: Part Year*
Location: To Be Determined
Req #: 317, 344
Hours: 40 hours/week
Status: Part Year*
Location: South Madison
Req #: 326
The 4 Year Old Kindergarten (4K) Teacher provides a safe and nurturing environment for children that encourage their social, emotional, physical and cognitive development. The Teacher plans and implements a developmentally appropriate curriculum for enrolled children living in low-income, at-risk environments. They ensure the provision of quality, comprehensive child development services including education, health, nutrition, parent involvement, and necessary family support services and referrals. The 4K Teacher will follow Head Start performance standards, Dane County Parent Council work plans, policies and procedures, city of Madison and NAEYC accreditation criteria (if applicable). They also maintain positive relationships with parents, children and coworkers and community partners as well as provide supervision and performance feedback for reporting staff.
Must possess a Bachelors degree in Early Childhood Education, or Elementary Education that includes 18 credits specifically related to ECE.
At least 1 year experience in an early care education setting; experience teaching preschool children means completion of supervised student teaching or experience as a preschool teacher in a licensed program or employment as a public school preschool teacher
DPI certification in ECE or related DPI cert. or the ability to become DPI certified is required
Experience working with low-income families
Must have a valid Wisconsins Drivers License, motor vehicle and adequate liability insurance as required by agency policy and state liability regulations
Must have a warm and friendly personality, be sensitive to the feelings and needs of others and be able to relate well to children, families, staff and community
Demonstrate effective listening, oral and written communication skills
Must be willing to fulfill their responsibilities in accordance with the agencys mission
Preferred bilingual, particularly Hmong and/or Spanish
Must secure Registry certificate within 90 days of employment
Part Year employees have built in vacations which include summer break, 2 weeks in winter, and spring break (part year staff follow the school district calendar in which their program is located)
Patient Service Representative- Fremont Reception Floats
Under general supervision, operates as part of the care team performing a variety of functions such as greeting patients, patient registration, insurance coverage and reliability verification, scheduling and telephone management.
Provides front desk support and customer service satisfaction to patients in a courteous and professional manner in accordance with performance standards.
Schedules and registers patient appointments and information.
Accesses EHR to communicate to clinical staff members and/or physicians through telephone encounters using SBAR format and/or appropriate smart phrases.
Balances cash sheet and cash drawer in accordance with performance standards.
Operates a multi-line telephone console.
Completes clerical and other front desk support.
high school diploma
6 months experience in a customer service position
PREFERRED: graduate of a Medical Receptionist training program
Fishing Services Open Hole Operator
Specialized position requiring skills to rig-up, specified tools in and out of the well bore and the related procedures necessary for the successful retrieval of down-hole tools, drill string, and equipment.
Supervise drill or fishing crew as well as actually rig-up fishing tool assemblies to run an operation
Supervises tool preparation activities and operation of all equipment
Solicit additional fishing and rental work
Handle special projects, as assigned
Any other duties consistent with the post as required or directed
Possess a comprehensive understanding of down-hole environments in open-hole and cased hole situations.
Officer, Ending Illegal Fishing Project (Technology And Analytics)
The Pew Charitable Trusts is driven by the power of knowledge to solve today's most challenging problems. Pew applies a rigorous, analytical approach to improve public policy, inform the public and invigorate civic life.
We are an independent nonprofit organization – the sole beneficiary of seven individual trusts established between 1948 and 1979 by two sons and two daughters of Sun Oil Company founder Joseph N. Pew and his wife, Mary Anderson Pew.
Our work lays the foundation for effective policy solutions by informing and engaging citizens, linking diverse interests to pursue common cause and insisting on tangible results. Our projects encourage efficient, responsive governments – at the local, state, national and international levels – serving the public interests.
With offices in Philadelphia, Washington DC, Australia, Brussels and London, and with additional staff in other regions of the United States and around the globe, Pew provides an exciting learning environment and the opportunity to work with highly talented individuals. We are a dynamic, rapidly evolving organization that values creativity and innovative thinking and fosters strong teamwork with mutual respect.
The Environmental Portfolio at the Pew Charitable Trusts:For the past twenty-five years, Pew has been a major force in educating the public and policy makers about the causes, consequences, and solutions to some of the world's most pressing environmental challenges. Our environment work spans all seven continents with close to 250 professionals working full-time at the local, national, and international levels to reduce the scope and severity of global environmental problems, such as the erosion of large wilderness ecosystems that contain a great part of the world's remaining biodiversity and the destruction of the marine environment.
Pew has worked in the United States and Canada since 1990 to protect vast stretches of unspoiled wilderness and more recently expanded our land conservation efforts to Australia's Outback and Chilean Patagonia. Preserving these places offers an opportunity to conserve wildlife habitat, shorelines and pristine landscapes for future generations. Our work relies on the sciences of conservation, biology, and economics to advocate for sound solutions to the loss of biodiversity. In the sea, reforms to how our oceans are managed are essential to address overfishing, pollution, and loss of habitat. Pew began its oceans program in the United States, focusing on ending overfishing and protecting fragile marine habitat. Since 2005, Pew's ocean conservation program has expanded around the world and has played a significant role in reforming marine fisheries management in the European Union and on the high seas. Our work is grounded in the best available science and our goal is to reverse the decline of ocean life ranging from sharks and tunas to penguins and whales, and the habitat on which they depend.
At least one fifth of all fish taken from the sea are caught illegally or beyond the reach of regulators. This significantly threatens the health of the global ocean ecosystem and undermines the economies of countless fishing communities around the world. Fishing grounds in developing countries and on the high seas are especially vulnerable to exploitation by companies that engage in illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing. International crime in fisheries flourishes because flag states do not fulfill their legal obligations to control the fishing operations of their vessels, and port states do not have the tools or incentives to identify and prosecute these crimes in port. There is no silver bullet capable of addressing IUU fishing. Many tools must be marshaled to close down the avenues for illegally caught and unregulated fish. The campaign is working to implement a global system of enforcement to combat illegal fishing through the adoption and effective implementation of policy and market measures that enable the identification and tracking of industrial-scale fishing vessels, the development of practical tools to improve information-sharing among enforcement authorities, and the building of the necessary human and technical resources to sanction such vessels if they have engaged in illicit activities. Position
The Officer, Technology and Analytics will report to the Project Director, Conservation Enforcement and Technology and work in close coordination with the Senior Officer, Enforcement and Technology to deliver on the breadth of enforcement and technology goals of the Ending Illegal Fishing Project (EIFP). It will include, through remote access and use of the Oversea Ocean Monitor (OOM) system and other relational databases and geographic information systems (GIS), active monitoring and generating historical analysis of designated maritime areas of interest and managing and analyzing data associated with fishing fleet dynamics that will serve to inform the EIFP with its efforts to detect, deter and eliminate IUU fishing. The Officer will also be responsible for developing and implementing Standard Operating Procedures that will govern the processes and protocols for Pew staff access to OOM and its associated outputs. The Officer will assist with the technology and enforcement aspects of Pew's advocacy for the development and implementation of a global system of enforcement (GSE) which may also involve engagement in the market and policy aspects of the project. The work includes serving as lead and providing oversight of Pew's engagement with INTERPOL's Project Scale, developing new regional enforcement models and improving regional partnerships that incorporate the use of technology and enforcement mechanisms. The Officer will also assist with enhancing campaign goals by researching advancements in technologies used for fisheries monitoring and data analytics, and supporting OceanMind in their use of OOM as a primary component in the business model to obtain new users of OceanMind products, including current and future government and retail users of OOM.
The position has a set time frame that could be extended based on the success of the program, funding sources, and board decisions on continued support.
Support the Pew Ending Illegal Fishing Project under the guidance of the Project Director, Conservation Enforcement and Technology, to provide monitoring and analysis of selected global maritime areas and data associated with fishing fleet dynamics to detect and document suspicious and possible illegal fishing activities.
Develop and implement Standard Operating Procedures that govern the processes and protocols for Pew staff access and use of Oversea Ocean Monitor (OOM) via remote access to include training to authorized Pew staff on system usage.
Develop technical reports, and other documents, case packages, recommendations and assessments as required based upon observed monitoring and analysis of fishing activities as documented through OOM system data or other relational databases and GIS tools.
Establish, develop and maintain an effective working relationship and means of communication and coordination with the Pew and OceanMind analytical teams and other national, regional or international agencies or agencies with global reach such as SeaVision to enhance delivery of Pew's vision of a Global System of Enforcement (GSE).
Provide technical assistance and operational support and advice to the Senior Officer, Technology and Enforcement in order to enhance current and future capabilities of OOM as a component of the GSE to maximize its service deliverables to clients.
Establish, develop and maintain close engagement with a network of enforcement and surveillance counterparts and officials, including industry and government.
Maintain an active understanding of changes in technology for fisheries monitoring and data analytics, as well as data analysis methodologies that will serve to aid monitoring, surveillance and enforcement.
Develop and maintain working relationships with government officials and national and international institutions, as well as relevant NGOs in the field primarily directed at the exercise and use of data analytics. Participate in strategy sessions with NGOs, scientists and other stakeholders as needed.
Represent the Ending Illegal Fishing Project in internal and external engagements and speaking and events as needed.
Draft, summarize and edit documents in coordination with the Senior Manager, EIFP, for grant makers and internal decision makers as needed.
Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree in a relevant area or equivalent experience preferred;
A minimum of eight years of relevant professional experience required. Experience in international fisheries compliance and enforcement and/or international maritime policies are vital. Some experience with marine conservation and maritime law issues is a plus;
Some experience with marine conservation and operational maritime law enforcement issues is desirable;
Demonstrated strong analytical and strategic skills. Ability to synthesize large amounts of information and to focus quickly on the essence of an issue/problem, determine whether it is ripe for intervention and identify the means to address it. A strong commitment to producing measurable results;
A task-oriented style, with focus on achieving clear and ambitious goals. Demonstrated ability to meet multiple deadlines by maintaining a high level of organization. Able to develop and move projects forward with a high degree of independence and autonomy;
Politically astute; able to understand the needs and motivations of different individuals and international institutions and conceptualize win-win scenarios to satisfy multiple agendas and stakeholders;
Excellent written and oral communications skills, including an ease in briefly summarizing the essence of issues and means to address them. Strong oral, presentation, facilitation and written communication skills. Clear, effective writing style;
Strong interpersonal skills; able to develop and manage productive relationships with consultants, partners and others who contribute to the development of a project by anticipating possible outcomes. Excellent listening skills. Highly articulate;
Exhibits skills of diplomacy. Able to work productively with a wide array of different people and international institutions that frequently disagree with and are in competition with one another;
Seasoned judgment, able to justify recommendations, and be responsive, clear and firm with colleagues and partners.
Anticipate up to 15% domestic and international travel will be required.
Compensation and Benefits:As this is a full-time position, we offer a competitive salary and complete benefit program, including: comprehensive, affordable health care through medical, dental and vision coverage; financial security with life and disability insurance; opportunities to save using health savings
The Pew Charitable Trusts is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Pew considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to age, sex, ethnicity, religion, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or gender identity, military/veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law.
Product Specialist - Fishing
The Product Specialist is responsible for the customer experience in their department of the store and is the subject matter expert in their category. The Product Specialist will fully serve their customer base by connecting with them, assessing their needs, recommending products, and encouraging the sale. The Product Specialist will also help train sales associates on product knowledge, identify current trends within their industry, and be accountable for the merchandising standards of their department.
Lead the department and set the example for product awareness and customer service.
Ensure the merchandising standars are adhered to and executed accurately.
Use the product and sales training as a lever to give industry-leading customer service.
Demonstrate safe practices and procedures in store by adhering to company standards.
Assist in all aspects of accounting, operations, compliance, and shrink and profitability through the highest standards of integrity and ethics in all departments.
Ensure federal, state and local compliance to protect the store's FFL and adhere to company policy on the handling and inventory of firearms.
- Complete other duties as assigned.
Key Results Expected from this Position:
Sales Revenue: Deliver knowledgeable customer service to every customer. Participate in training to enhance overall business knowledge.
EBITA Performance: Awareness towards role in operational process, compliance, and shrink awareness.
Customer Service: Deliver an exceptional customer service experience to every customer every time. Offer company related offers in every situation.
Associate Engagement: Be a team player.
Education/Years of Experience:
- 2+ years of retail experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Passion for the outdoors with previous retail experience a plus.
Outstanding communication skills with an orientation to great customer service.
Desire to work in a fast-paced, dynamic atmosphere.
Ability to offer all company related products, warranties and services.
Ability to work a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the business. Includes nights, weekends and holidays.
Demonstrates ethical and honest behavior in day to day interactions and business decisions.
Computer skills to effectively maneuver in a Windows based environment.
Must be flexible and able to react to the needs of the business.
Able to freely access all areas of the register area by standing, walking, stooping, crawling, crouching, and kneeling; ability to lift and/or move up to 50 lbs
Gander Outdoors is committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment.
- With Rights Come Responsibility.*
Gander Outdoors is a responsible licensed federal firearms seller.
RN Flex Tier 1 - Nursing Floats
MARYVIEW MEDICAL CENTER
Provides, coordinates, supervises and responsibly directs the activities of various levels of assigned nurses and ancillary personnel in the provision of patient care utilizing both professional and supervisory discretion and independent judgment. Floats within 1 BSV Hospital in the inpatient units.
This would include: Medsurg/Tele/Critical Care.
1.Graduate of accredited school of nursing.
2.Current Virginia RN license
3.2 or more years clinical nurse experience required in a variety of nursing units
4.CPR certification required.
5.ACLS preferred. Certifications required in specialty care units.
6.Organizational skills, ability to prioritize.
9.Problem solving and critical thinking skills.
10. Ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing.
11. Ability to use various instruments, machines, tools, equipment and work aids as necessary to perform job duties.
12. Must work at least 16 hours per 4 week schedule.
13. Must work 1 summer and 1 winter holiday
An essential function of this position is to comply with BSHSI Policy (SYS.HR.NUR.001) which requires, as a condition of employment, that all registered nurses with diplomas or associate degrees who apply and are hired after May 1, 2015 complete a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree within five years of start date.
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