Birth Attendant Job Description Sample
Birth Parent & Adoption Social Worker
POSITION SUMMARY: Holt International finds and supports permanent, loving families for children who are orphaned, abandoned or at serious risk of separation from their family. The Branch Social Worker ensures successful adoptive placement of children with families within branch states by conducting assessment of adoptive families, providing appropriate direct services to families throughout the adoption process, and performing tasks that support the provision of high quality adoption services to families and children. The Branch Social Worker/Birth Parent Counselor also provides options counseling to pregnant women who are considering an adoption plan. The Branch Social Worker/Birth Parent Counselor is responsible for providing supportive services to birth mothers during pregnancy, labor and after birth. Search and reunion services are also provided to former Holt-Sunny Ridge and Sunny Ridge Family Center's clients.
Holt International Children's Services develops and maintains programs overseas that annually serves over 100,000 orphaned, abandoned and vulnerable children in 13 countries. Holt International addresses the root causes of child homelessness by working directly with children and families around the world, focusing on developing and delivering programs based on three pillars of service: family strengthening, world-class orphan care and adoption services.
HOLT'S MISSION STATEMENT:
Holt International is a Christian organization committed to expressing God's compassion for children. While always upholding the highest ethical standards, we:
Find and support permanent, loving families for children who are orphaned, abandoned or at serious risk of separation from their family
Provide services to ensure that children will grow and develop to their fullest potential
Lead the global community in advocating on behalf of the world's most vulnerable children
HOLT'S CORE VALUES -AT HOLT, WE:
Are passionate and committed to our mission
Conduct our work in an ethical manner
Provide the highest quality services
Respect the dignity of all children, families and adults we serve
Value and respect diversity
Serve with prudent stewardship
Value and promote a positive team spirit
The Social Services Department is comprised of several teams delivering the highest quality adoption services to adoptees, birth families and adoptive families in the US. These teams include Administration and Hague Compliance, Branch Offices, Clinical Services, Intake and Family Recruitment, Post Adoption Services and Waiting Child. Holt is licensed in 12 states and our branch offices provide adoption services both domestic and international - in those states. Adoption is a lifelong journey for all members of the adoption constellation and the strategic direction of the Social Services team is to ensure that adoptees, birth parents and adoptive parents receive the highest quality services throughout their lives.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Recruits adoptive families and contributes to public knowledge about Holt-Sunny Ridge by-conducting informational meetings, holding pre-adoption seminars, developing community partnerships and performing other outreach activities as appropriate.
Determine a family's ability and capacity to parent an adopted child by - reviewing and assessing agency-requested information, evaluating the family's knowledge of perceptions of adoption, cultural awareness and conducting a psychosocial assessment of family members.
Produces an adoption study in compliance with country, state agency and USCIS requirements.
Provides supportive services to family by - maintaining contact throughout process, working cooperatively with Eugene office, communicating information to family, and referring to appropriate community support systems when appropriate.
Assure child and family adjustment after placement by - early identification of problematic issues, conducting home visits as required by law, agency policy and family's need and providing counseling and emotional support and provide counseling to child and family when assessment indicates appropriate.
Monitor potential family disruption problems by - identifying reasons, informing and coordinating with the Branch Director, the Director of Clinical Services, Adoption Services Directors and recommending removal of child when appropriate.
Assure child's physical and emotional well-being and ease family's adjustment at disruption by - providing counseling to the child and family and/or arranging for counseling with a clinician outside the agency.
Provides intake services to birth parents by- participating in the rotation of the on-call phone. Responding appropriately to calls by assessing level of services needed and/or referral for additional resources. Assess and refer to EWSF program when deemed appropriate.
Provides supportive services to birth parents by-Assessing and identifying current needs such as emotional and financial stability, use of community support systems and medical needs. Provide options and grief counseling and link to appropriate resources.
Facilitates match meetings
- Assesses birth parent needs/wishes, conducts meeting with birth and adoptive parents, and develops action plans.
- Coordinates hospital, discharge and placement plan by
- Determining needs of birth mother during hospital stay, sharing plan with hospital social worker which honors birth mother's wishes and executing placement plan. If direct placement cannot occur with adoptive parents, social worker will coordinate temporary care home for infant.
- Ensures legal adoption process is followed by
- Assessing current status of legal or putative father and completes legal search as required by state law. Completes surrenders of birth parent(s) in compliance with state law.
Provides search and reunion services by - reviewing file documentation, determining service needs, facilitating contact and delivering services as needed.
Support Holt-Sunny Ridge program by - participating in activities arranged by Holt-Sunny Ridge or parent groups, hosting overseas guests, representing Holt-Sunny Ridge at adoption meetings, coalitions and organizations, and traveling to overseas programs as requested.
Maintain professional knowledge by - attending relevant seminars and course work, keeping informed about legislation, adoption issues and child-related issues overseas.
Contributes to team effort and positive productive work environment by
- Collaborating and communicating with the team on needs and priorities. Exhibiting cooperative and effective work relationships, such as, treating all people with dignity and respect, responding positively to challenges, assignments, and inter and intra departmental requests; giving and welcoming feedback, seeing beyond own tasks to help fulfill the organizational goals. Meeting attendance and punctuality guidelines and arranging time off with appropriate notice.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
SUCCESS FACTORS: The successful BSW is self-directed, able to build rapport with adoptive families and has the ability to apply clinical social work assessment skills to adoption case management. She/he must exercise courtesy and tact in communications with families. She/he will excel at making decisions that are focused on the best interest of the child. The BSW will provide regular oral and written feedback to the Branch Director regarding case management activity and present case material in an organized manner. The BSW is able to develop and maintain effective cross-cultural communication and supports all team members in the collective goal of promoting the success of Holt adoptions.
KNOWLEDGE (MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS): Master's Degree in Social Work or related field, three years' experience in a social service setting and state license (where applicable). Meets state requirements to license DCFS foster homes or is eligible to meet requirements within six months of hire. Ability to conduct a psycho-social assessment. Experience providing counseling to individuals, families and groups. Knowledge of family and group dynamics and adoption practices. Excellent writing skills. Two years of experience providing crisis counseling. Cross cultural sensitivity.
INFORMATION PROCESSING: Strong organizational skills. Ability to work independently, set priorities, analyze documents.
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITY: Ability to assess family functioning and determine capacity to parent. Ability to exercise good judgment and manage families, birth parents, and children in crisis. Ability to problem solve in a creative manner.
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION: Ability to establish and maintain a therapeutic relationship, ability to work cooperatively with agency staff. Ability to express thoughts and feelings and facilitate that expression from others. Ability to establish and maintain therapeutic relationship and ability to work well with collateral contacts in the community.
IMPACT OF RESULTS: Ensure successful adjustment of child, birth parent, and family. Optimize effectiveness of adoption process. Ensures feelings of good will and public support for Holt-Sunny Ridge. Contributes to family recruitment. Increased community awareness of adoption and birth parent services and Holt-Sunny Ridge.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY: May train staff and volunteers.
CONTROLS: Reports to and is evaluated by the Branch Director of Holy Sunny Ridge.
NOTE: Some travel required
To ensure consideration, please submit the following application materials:
Job Application (Under "View Current Opportunities")
Cover letter in which you clearly describe how your knowledge, skills and abilities prepare you for the job responsibilities and requirements outlined in the job posting.
Current resume which includes educational and professional work experience. Educational experience must include type of degree and education experience and where obtained. Work experience must include employer name, dates of employment (month and year), position held/title and a description of duties, if position was full time or part time, and reason for leaving employer(s).
If available, you are welcome but not required to include a link to an online portfolio or samples of work with resume and cover letter.
Go to www.holtinternational.org/employment/ to locate the job application and the instructions on how to submit the application materials for this job posting.
Holt International Children's Services
250 Country Club Road, Eugene, OR 97401, Ph: 541-687-2202/Fax: 541-683-6175
Certified Nurse Midwife (Cnm) Von Voigtlander Women's Birth Center
Clicking "Apply Now" opens the link in a new window.Responsibilities*
To provide specialized care and management of patients during pregnancy, labor, birth and postpartum.
Coordinates overall flow of patients through the Birth Center triage, intrapartum and postpartum areas to ensure sensitive and quality care delivered in a timely manner.
Evaluates and orders laboratory or other studies, develops plans and provides direct patient care.
Round on and discharge postpartum patients including assessment and education.
Consults with Attending Obstetric staff as necessary.
Provides direct supervision and education to physicians-in-training and students.
Participates in education of medical students, nurse-midwifery students, nursing staff and students
Participates in the development, implementation and evaluation of guidelines for care management for the antenatal, intrapartum and postpartum patients.
Works days, nights and weekend shifts and is available for additional urgent coverage as needed.
Nursing Specific Info
Required qualifications must be met by the candidate in order to be interviewed and considered for the position. Posting may be filled after the initial 5-day posting period. Applicants who have left the UMPNC bargaining unit must include on their resume dates of past employment including months and years of service along with effort.
If you have questions regarding this posting or would like assistance with nursing opportunities please contact Nurse Recruitment at (734) 936-5183.
Current Michigan license to practice as a Registered Nurse
Current Michigan license to practice as a Certified Nurse-Midwife
Master's Degree in Nursing, Midwifery or Public Health
1 year of full-scope or inpatient Nurse-Midwifery experience within the last three years
Documented ability to function effectively as a team member
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
NOTE: The selected candidate will not be able to provide patient care until credentialed by the Medical Staff Credentialing Committee.
Employment is contingent upon successful completion of the credentialing and privileging process.
NOTE: Required qualifications must be met by the candidate in order to be interviewed and considered for the position.
RESUME REQUIRED (for both internal & external applicants):
You must attach a complete and accurate resume to be fully considered for this position.
2 years of full-scope or inpatient Nurse-Midwifery experience within the last three years
Experience with limited third trimester ultrasound skills
- The selected candidate will not be able to provide patient care until credentialed by the Medical Staff Credentialing Committee
Hours per week:8
Shifts: days, nights, weekends,
Location: VVWH Birth Center
This position is covered under the collective bargaining agreement between the U-M and the Michigan Nurses Association and the U-M Professional Nurse Council union, which contains and settles all matters with respect to wages, benefits, hours and other terms and conditions of employment.
Michigan Medicine conducts background screening and pre-employment drug testing on job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent job offer and may use a third party administrator to conduct background screenings. Background screenings are performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Report Act.
If you have questions regarding this posting or would like assistance with Advanced Practice Nursing opportunities please contact Nurse and Physician Assistant Recruitment at (734) 936-5183 or e-mail email@example.com
Birth Registrar Medical Records Varied Shifts
Job: Health Information Management
Organization: Shawnee Mission Medical Center
Shift: SM SHAWNEE MISSION MEDICAL CTR
Job Posting: Per Diem
Shawnee Mission Health
SMH has provided faith-based, whole person care to the Kansas City community since 1962. SMH is more than just a hospital campus. We're a network of health care facilities working to exceed expectations by delivering quality care with compassion and supporting an exceptional staff of more than 700 physicians representing 50 medical specialties.
Our mission of Improving Health Through Christian Service is achieved each and every day through the dedication and commitment of our associates, physicians and volunteers. We strive to be a regional beacon of wellness, hope and healing attracting customers seeking unsurpassed clinical quality and compassionate care for the whole person, following the example of Christ's healing ministry.
The largest health care provider in Johnson County, Kansas, the SMH network includes SMMC and SMH - Prairie Star and will soon include SMH - Blue Valley, a third major health care facility. Our 54-acre campus at SMMC is comprised of the main hospital, a community health education building, six physician office buildings and an associate child care center. The Emergency Department at SMMC is the busiest in Johnson County. We deliver more babies each year at the Shawnee Mission Birth Center than any other hospital in the metropolitan area and our Center for Women's Health is nationally recognized. We have seven Shawnee Mission Primary Care locations with more than 30 Board-certified doctors who specialize in family medicine, internal medicine and pediatrics as well as Centra Care Shawnee Mission Urgent Care locations.
You will be responsible for:
Transcribes and edits dictated reports against actual dictation accurately and timely according to department guidelines.
Utilizes all available reference tools to ensure the accuracy of the transcribed/edited document.
Verifies accuracy of patient information such as name and account number.
Meets productivity standards per department guidelines.
Report issues with dictation to supervisor.
What will you need?
Ability to work independently
High School Diploma or Equivalent
No Previous Experience
One to two years of position-related experience Preferred
Associate's Degree or Graduate of a Technical School Preferred
Certified Medical Transcriptionist Preferred
Psychiatrist - P/T Birth To 5 Years Old
Job Type: 1099 Hourly Contract; 5-20 hours per month depending on incoming referrals for the birth to 5 population/PRN.
Hourly rate: $150 to $250/hour
Responsibilities and Duties
The Psychiatrist is responsible for providing care to patients through direct services, clinical leadership, and consultation to a multi-disciplinary treatment team for our birth to 5 population. The child psychiatrist would be responsible for identifying and determining needed services for children ages birth to 5.
Qualifications and Skills:
Completion of Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy (MD/DO) from an accredited school
Completion of a residency in Psychiatry from an approved program
Board Certified or eligible by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Possess a valid license to practice medicine in the State of Arizona
Own medical malpractice insurance
Current D.E.A. Registration
Completion of a 2-year fellowship
Compensation and Benefits:
Job Type: 1099 Hourly Contract; 5-20 hours per month depending on incoming referrals for the birth to 5 population/PRN.
Hourly rate: $150 to $250/hour
Psychiatric: 1 year (Required)
License or certification:
Registered Nurse - Family Birth Center - FT - Days
EXPECTATION FOR ALL EMPLOYEES
Support the organization's mission, vision and values by adhering to the behavioral standards of Bay Area Hospital. Comply with all laws and regulations affecting Bay Area Hospital. Be familiar with and adhere to the Code of Conduct and support the Bay Area Hospital Compliance Program. Effective communication skills and the ability to work effectively with people from various backgrounds are critical.
Within the RN scope of practice as defined by the Oregon State Board of Nursing, applies the nursing process to the care of patients. Teaches patients and significant others. Documents patient care in the medical record. Collaborates with the interdisciplinary team to effectively coordinate overall care of the patient.
PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
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Assesses patients, as appropriate to the scope of care the nurse will provide. Assessments may include: physical, psychosocial, learning needs and barriers, needs related to age/culture, discharge planning.
Establishes nursing diagnoses based on results of assessments and in collaboration with the interdisciplinary team.
Plans care according to identified diagnoses and needs. Updates plan of care as appropriate.
Implements/performs individualized care, based on nursing care plan and the nurse's role with the patient. This care may include but not be limited to:
o Assisting with activities of daily living, including fall risk management and safe patient handling.
o Medication administration
o Skin assessment/wound care
o Pain management
o Operation/manipulation of biomedical and other patient care and testing equipment, including but not limited to infusion pumps, patient transfer equipment, cardiopulmonary monitors, invasive catheters and drains, thermoregulation devices, measurement devices, medication dispensing cabinets, external therapeutic devices.
o Assisting the physician and other licensed, independent practitioners with invasive and noninvasive procedures.
o Teaching patients and their families about current illness, medical tests, medication, general healthcare, illness and disease prevention, and wellness promotion.
o Providing appropriate assignment, supervision, and direction to unlicensed assistive personnel in order to ensure optimum patient care.
o Providing interdisciplinary coordination and facilitation of overall care.
Documents patient assessments, interventions, care, and teaching in the electronic medical record. Documents in paper format, as necessary. Documentation is complete, concise, timely, and legible.
Evaluates care provided, communicates patient status and results of care to the interdisciplinary team.
Responds appropriately to infant security alarm
Must be able to take call on all shifts, weekends, and holidays on a rotating basis; must be able to arrive and be prepared for assumption of duties within 30 minute travel time to hospital
Performs skills according to core area(s):
LABOR & DELIVERY (L&D) core:
Sterile vaginal examinations
Fetal scalp electrode placement
Assist with/maintain intrauterine catheter placement
Apply and monitor cervical ripening agent
Delivery preparations, including set-up of delivery table, maintenance of sterile field
Perform and interpret antepartum non-stress test (NST)
Perform and interpret fetal monitoring
Perform and maintain amnioinfusion
Assist practitioner with delivery process, including vacuum extraction, shoulder dystocia, hemorrhage
Monitor/maintain epidural analgesia catheter and infusion
Assist with breastfeeding
Resuscitate neonate per Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) protocol
Familiar with principles of perinatal epidural analgesia
Perform venipuncture/initiate intravenous therapy on neonates
Manage umbilical artery lines
Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy
Familiar with principles of perinatal epidural analgesia
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
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Able to read, write legibly, and converse effectively in the English language.
Exhibits critical thinking and problem-solving skills
Flexible, able to prioritize and adapt to rapidly-changing patient and unit needs.
Demonstrates effective teaching skills.
Responds effectively to patient crisis/emergency situations
Proficient in use of computer, including accessing internet, word processing, and documenting in an electronic medical record system.
Maintains regular, consistent and punctual attendance at the assigned job location
(Essential job requirements listed in bold)
Licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in the state of Oregon.
American Heart Association Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support (BLS) or must obtain within 60 days of hire date.
Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) Provider card or obtain within 6 months of hire
L&D Core: Complete fetal monitoring course with post-test score of 80% or higher within 1 year of hire
Bachelor's degree in nursing preferred
National certification in lactation or perinatal area preferred
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Recent (within past 5 years) acute care hospital experience preferred.
- Six months of L&D experience preferred
Six months of medical-surgical or L&D experience preferred
Perinatal experience preferred
Must be willing to cross-train to a second core area
- Six months experience in NICU or must complete preceptorship at regional Level 3 NICU after hire
Union Affiliation: ONA
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and job skills required.
Full-Time Position (36 Hours Per Week, 12 Per Pay Period)
Shift: 0700-1530 Days: Varied
Wages Based Upon Experience
CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled
The future looks bright at Bay Area Hospital, and we are always searching for quality people to join our team. We offer a great atmosphere, competitive pay, a wide array of benefits, and many growth opportunities for our employees.
Translator / Birth To Three - Spanish - On-Call
Salary: $13.00 per hour
Provide oral translation for primary language spoken by family receiving services from The Kennedy Center.
Be available to communicate and convey messages to the families as needed.
Provide translation in a variety of settings based on location of therapeutic/clinical services and/or meetings held.
Translate documents/reports or any form written communication for families preferred.
Assist program staff with translation as needed.
Participate in family and professional meetings. Hours: on-call
Between the hours of Monday through Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Schedule is based on family needs. Flexibility required
High School Degree.
Proficiency in English and designated language required.
Translation experience preferred.
Experience working with culturally diverse population.
Must relate well to children and their families; good interpersonal skills and be culturally sensitive.
Valid Drivers License. Must pass driving test both written and road and maintain a satisfactory driving record.
You are required to be in possession of a car on site during your entire shift to transport yourself and/or consumers to community sites in all weather conditions and throughout all neighborhoods. Manage flexible work schedule. Contact info:
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Manager Family Birth Center
Methodist Hospital of Sacramento, a Dignity Health member, is an integral part of Sacramento, California's state capital. Sacramento is a rapidly growing metropolitan area that is family-centric, culturally diverse, and offers an array of affordable housing options. Over the years, our hospitals have evolved, but our mission has remained the same -- to promote healthy communities.
Be a part of our future! Located in one of the fastest-growing areas of Sacramento, Methodist Hospital serves the Sacramento southern suburbs, including Elk Grove, Laguna Creek and Galt communities.
Methodist employs more than 1,300 people to serve the needs of more than 10,000 patients seen annually. Our staff enjoys a family-oriented atmosphere, diversity and a mission of caring for the poor and underserved. Methodist was built in 1973 and has a modern Family Birth Center, which includes a Level II NICU, and an expanded Emergency Department to meet the growing needs of the community.
We also offer a hospital-based Bariatric Surgery program, an active Occupational and Physical Therapy Department and a nationally recognized Orthopedics Department. Learn more at www.methodistsacramento.org.
Position Title: Manager of Nursing
Manages the resources and daily activities of a nursing department while ensuring environmental factors support high standards of patient care. Assists in the training and development of new and existing staff members.
Creates and maintains an environment that is conducive to learning transfer. Coordinates the activities of the unit for each shift and directs, organizes, and assigns work to the nursing staff. Provides patient care as needed.
Recent Obstetrics nursing experience with 2 of the 3 years in a progressive leadership role. 3 years Strong computer and spreadsheet skills. Demonstrated quality leadership abilities reflective of the facility leadership competencies.
Demonstrated knowledge of performance improvement principles, procedures and tools, clinical nursing theory and practice, legal and regulatory requirements, Joint Commission, state and federal. Effective interpersonal skills including teaching, coaching and mentoring, written and oral communication skills, clear understanding of operational and capital budget management. Independent problem-solving, conflict management, and decision making abilities.
Requisite clinical and supervisory experience that promotes an atmosphere that is responsive to the needs of patients, nursing, and medical staff. Current California RN License. Required certification:
BLS, NRP (within first 6 months of hiring into manager position). Preferred certification: NCC certification in high risk obstetrics.
Schedules nursing staff to specific shifts, taking into account past utilization trends. Measures employee performance. Assists in the training of new staff members and the development of existing staff members.
Coordinates the activities of the unit during a particular shift and directs, organizes, and assigns work to the nursing staff.
Assesses, monitors, and educates the nursing staff on patient care. Institutes emergency procedures as necessary.
Provides nursing care to patients on an as needed basis.
Knowledge, insight, and understanding of business concepts, tools, and processes that are needed for making sound decisions in the context of the company's business; ability to apply this knowledge appropriately in both clinical and non-clinical situations.
Knowledge of the decision-making process and associated tools and techniques; ability to accurately analyze situations and reach productive decisions based on informed judgment.
Understanding of the business value of diverse perspectives and opinions and ability to understand, appreciate and employ the unique contributions of associates of varied cultures, nationalities, ethnic backgrounds, genders, ages, points of view, etc.
Knowledge of and ability to use industry standards, evidence-based practice and policies and procedures relevant to function and organization.
Knowledge of healthcare policies for all clinical practices and applicable laws and regulations governing proper clinical practice; ability to demonstrate ethical behavior in diverse situations.
Knowledge of the factors contributing to quality patient care, and the ability to influence these factors in a positive way.
Education and Experience:
Experience: Minimum of three (3) years of nursing experience and one (1) year of leadership experience.
Education: Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
Licensure: Registered Nursing License (RN), Basic Life Support (BLS)
Training: None specified.
Director/Child Birth Center
Develop and maintain procedures essential to achievement of objectives of the department. Maintains annual competencies and direct PI activities for department. Assumes administrative and clinical responsibilities for unit on a 24 hour basis.
BS or Masters degree as a Registered Nurse.
Excellent Communication and leadership skills, ability to lead change, strong business development skills. Thorough knowledge of regulatory standard JCAHO.
Active Tennessee license as a Registered Nurse. CPR,PALs required.
Three years experience as a Director preferred.
Birth To Three Transition Coordinator
BRIDGEPORT PUBLIC SCHOOLS
45 Lyon Terrace, Room 310
Bridgeport, CT 06604
2017 – 2018
Birth to Three Transition Coordinator
Establishes and (as necessary) adjusts instructional goals and objectives, to reflect district/school goals, curriculum policies, and the knowledge, skills, progress, and needs of one's students.
Designs lessons that provide opportunity for problem-solving, creativity, and communication skills in relation to authentic, real world problems.
Establishes and maintains standards for behavior that foster student self-discipline and positive relationships among students.
Commits to on-going professional development in content area and pedagogy.
Plans learning activities to address individual differences among students.
Develops, administers, and evaluates quality formative and summative assessments that reflect a balance of content knowledge and problem-solving skills.
Monitors and evaluates students' progress in relation to district/school curriculum policies and other planned goals and objectives.
Encourages, secures and maintains the involvement of parents and other community members in support of instruction.
Involves parents in the assessment of their children's progress and needs.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Required certification: Pre-Kindergarten (112, 113, 001, 002, 003, or 008) Master's degree preferred
Three years' successful teaching experience in an urban setting preferred
Experience in the use of educational technology
Excellent working relationships
Excellent oral and written communication and human relations skills
The applicant must be fluent in Spanish and have had experience teaching preschool students with special needs and be willing to travel and do home visits.
Salary will be in accordance with the BEA contract salary agreement. Qualified candidates who wish to apply should access the Bridgeport Public Schools' AppliTrack system:
It is the policy of the Bridgeport Board of Education not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, present or past mental disorder, mental retardation, or learning disability, in any of its education programs, activities, or employment practices.
"Bridgeport Public Schools is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer."
Staff Registered Nurse Child Birth Center Weekend Sail Days
Job Summary :
To provide nursing care that is patient and family centered in an environment that exemplifies best practice and customer service; fosters relationship based care; and maintains the integrity of professional nursing standards. Nursing care guidelines are based on the ANA Code of Ethics (1), Indiana Nurse Practice Act (2), Nursing Process, and
regulatory agency standards by which the RN provides patient care and shared leadership for the unit.
WEEKEND SAIL DAY SHIFT POSITION, SPECIAL CARE NURSERY POSITION, EXPERIENCE PREFFERED. Requires 50 out of 52 weekends per year. Qualifies for full time benefits.
a. Uses resources and supplies efficiently; promoting cost saving and effective use of budget allocation.
b. Manages time productively in the completion of duties and promotes cost saving through delegating assignments and use of proactive scheduling based on acuity and census.
c. Attends product and practice change education and applies such to promote non-salary cost saving.
a. Participates in continuous quality improvement activities including, but not limited to, meaningful use, value based purchasing, application of regulatory measures, work redesign and nurse sensitive indicators.
b. Demonstrates critical thinking, ability to multitask, and provide complete documentation per unit and Hospital standards including critical situations and events.
c. Practices accountably in accordance with the nursing process to provide optimum care, collaborate with the team, streamline processes, and elevate the patient experience.
d. Applies evidence-based practice, maintaining knowledge of policy and
standards of care. Makes appropriate patient care assignments based on nurse expertise, patient acuity and technical needs.
3.Community Service and Patient Satisfaction
a. Represents the Hospital positively in provision of service to the community independently and at Hospital sponsored or community events.
b. Participate actively in achievement of patient satisfaction through established Hospital practices of patient rounding, timely response to patient needs, service recovery, and displaying professionalism in actions.
c. Maintains a therapeutic environment through noise reduction, appropriate use of electronic devices in patient care areas, and providing support and building relationships with healthcare students and their programs.
a. Incorporates safe patient care practices into daily routines including, but not limited to, fall prevention, safe patient mobilization, medication
administration, and patient identification prior to care.
b. Utilizes the event management system; reports near misses and participates in proactive processes to reduce error.
c. Applies the principles of Just Culture, HIPPA, national safety standards and social media policy.
a. Demonstrates proficiency in charge RN role, mentoring, precepting, and provision of leadership in the department and Hospital.
b. Maintains licensure and actively seeks opportunity for growth in such areas as certification, Hospital clinical advancement programs, advanced degree, and nursing shared leadership and council opportunities.
c. Attends educational offerings, maintains awareness of current practice standards, and tracks professional accomplishments and attendance.
a. Provides care based on Relationship Based Care and unit based nursing care model, incorporating holistic care for diverse populations and promoting interdepartmental collegial relationships.
b. Meets Hospital identified customer service standards; addresses ethical issues, and promotes commitment to co-workers.
c. Exhibits excellent guest relations to patients, visitors, physicians and coworkers; shows courtesy, compassion and respect; conforms to Service Excellence requirements. This position requires communication and
interaction with the public, co-workers, administrators, contacts from other hospitals, schools and/or other departments.
Education and Experience Required:
1.Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing is required for employment. Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree, (BSN), preferred.
2.Computer skills required.
1.Current licensure by the Indiana State Board of Nurses' Registration and Nursing Education as an active Registered Nurse.
2.Area specific required education may be obtained upon hire and is to be maintained, e.g. ACLS, BLS, PALS, specialty certification, etc.
Work Shift :
4th Shift (United States of America)
Scheduled Weekly Hours :
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