Engraver Ii Job Description Sample
- Preference given to those who currently work for Smith & Wesson*
Engraving serial numbers on firearms by using a laser cutting machine, to log the firearms accurately into the acquisition and distribution book required by ATF.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Scanning a traveler for each piece to log that firearm and serial number in the A&D book.
Determining machine settings and enter information into the computer for each piece.
Cleaning the laser eye surface to ensure a clean, legible cut and to avoid imperfections.
Positioning and clamping work piece into holding fixture.
Operating machine to engrave serial number onto firearm.
Reviewing serial number on each piece to ensure that it's legible.
Setting aside any rejected pieces.
Education and Experience:
- High School/GED, prior experience working in a manufacturing environment
Competencies and Skills:
Must be able to communicate in English verbally and in writing (basic verbal instructions, simple written memos and instructions.
Basic computer skills required
Must be able to stand for the entire 8 hour shift
Capable of squatting, standing in place, reaching, pushing, pulling, and lifting 35 lbs
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
Work Environment and Person Protective Equipment:
Within the Smith & Wesson manufacturing facility, employees may be exposed to manufacturing noise, airborne liquid chemicals, fine particulate dust, ambient temperatures, and industrial lighting. Work environment is similar to most manufacturing operations. May be exposed to excessive noise, temperatures, hazards associated with working around moving machinery, work in confined quarters, exposure to vibrations and shop lighting, continuous exposure to hot temperatures, may be humid, odors, dust, continuous exposure to mechanical hazards, and occasional exposure to chemical hazards.
The following Personal Protective Equipment is required:
- Safety glasses with side shields and hearing protection required when on manufacturing floor
The use of additional personal protective equipment (PPE) may be required when a job task(s) is being completed in or around your assigned department or in another department, this includes safety eyewear, hearing protection, and safety footwear.
Seasonal Engraver - Will Train
- The Teammate will be trained to be a member of a work group. The work group is responsible for engraving, quality inspecting, re-packaging, gift wrapping and shipping customer's orders.
Responsibilities (Essential Functions)
*Opens and or/stages product to assist in the personalization process
*Inspects merchandise pre-production to ensure product quality
*Remains updated on current product assortment and the best way to set up machines for maximum productivity and minimum shrink
*Applies personalized messages to merchandise using a variety of methods and equipment
*Inspects merchandise post production to ensure accuracy of personalization and that all quality standards have been met
*Applies any customer ordered add-ons to product, such as color fill or gravoxide
*Confirms integrity of orders by ensuring all pieces are accounted for and appropriately packs orders
*Performs preventive maintenance of machines and understands when to refer machines for repair
*Meets established productivity and quality standards
Adapts to business needs through willingness to cross-train and perform other tasks as needed
Demonstrated ability to meet goals in a fast-paced environment
High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED)
Ability to read English, write legibly and communicate effectively with others
Good spelling and grammar skills required
Basic Windows operating system knowledge
Kennel Officer II / Field Officer II
Under direction, performs progressively complex assignments in enforcement, care, treatment, quarantine, impound, euthanasia and disposal of animals and informs and advises the public on licensing, immunization, and other Animal Services programs, and performs any other related duties as required.
The II level differs from the I level in that work is done more independently with less supervision. Incumbents at the II level are responsible for additional public contact and interaction with public and private entities. The II level must demonstrate the ability to speak and write effectively at a level necessary for successful job performance.
Incumbents are also assigned citizen complaints, quarantined/biting animals, abandoned/vicious/deceased domestic and wild animals, leash law enforcement patrol, public counter duties, licensing enforcement or as kennel attendants certified by the Department to euthanize animals.
Incumbents at the II level are expected to function at a higher level of individual initiative, creativity, self-direction, independent judgment and all other tasks as listed.
PAYROLL TITLE: Animal Control Officer II
EDUCATIONAL INCENTIVE: Some positions may be eligible for educational incentive. This incentive may be 2.5%, 3.5%, or 5% for incumbents in eligible positions based on completion of an Associate's, Bachelor's, or Master's degree that is not required for the classification.
BILINGUAL INCENTIVE: Some positions may be eligible for bilingual incentive depending on the applicable memorandum of agreement and the needs of the department. In order to qualify for this incentive, incumbents in eligible positions must take and pass the applicable bilingual fluency exam with a score of seventy percent (70%) or higher.
DEPARTMENT/AGENCY: Health Care Agency - Animal Services
Animal Control Officer II is represented by the Service Employees' International Union (SEIU) and is eligible for overtime compensation.
The eligible list established from this recruitment may be used to fill current and future Regular (including Temporary and Fixed-term), Intermittent, and Extra Help vacancies in Animal Services. There is currently one (1) Regular vacancy for Field Officer II.
OPENING DATE: October 24, 2017
CLOSING DATE: Continuous and may close at any time; therefore, the schedule for the remainder of the process will depend upon when we receive a sufficient number of qualified applications to meet business needs.
Examples Of Duties
Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
Kennel Officer II
Advise the public on care and handling of animals, animal regulation policies and procedures, local and state requirements regarding licensing and impounding of animals;
Prepares food, feeds, waters, and cares for animals; cleans and disinfects all kennel areas and equipment; visually inspects animals for disease or injury and informs supervisor; assists veterinarian with vaccinations and minor treatment of animals;
Removes animals to be destroyed from cages, prepares and secures animals for euthanasia; places dead animals that are brought into the shelter into the freezer;
Processes, identifies, and tags animals brought into shelters; selects animals for sale; assists and advises public on adoption and redemption of animals;
Updates records on impounds, quarantines, adoptions, treatments, euthanasia and disposals using Animal Control Records Management software;
Advises the public on care and handling of animals, animal regulation policies and procedures, local and state requirements regarding licensing and impounding of animals;
Advises the public regarding reclaim, relinquishing and adoption of pets or livestock; collects and secures daily fees and charges and issues receipts as required;
Attempts to locate owners to check for valid rabies vaccination certificates and licenses; issues warnings or citations to owners found to be in violation of leash and/or licensing laws; investigates complaints of animals alleged to be creating a nuisance; may investigate reports of animal bites;
Assembles necessary documents for prosecution of violators; appears in court to give evidence in cases concerning violators of animal regulations as required;
Completes forms for licensing, impounding, quarantining, and releasing of animals; prepares reports on bite cases, daily field activities, and completes incident reports; maintains and cares for equipment; sees that assigned vehicle is in safe operating condition and properly serviced;
Administers injections to euthanize animals; and
Performs other related duties as required.
Field Officer II
Patrols an assigned area in a radio-equipped Animal Services vehicle for at large, stray, injured, or dead animals; sets up traps to capture nuisance, biting or wild animals;
Obtains essential information from persons involved in animal related incidents; records information on correct report; determines suitability of residence for the quarantine of animals and sets up appropriate signs as necessary; periodically visits residences to check on potentially rabid animals and quarantine conditions; impounds animals if quarantine facility is unacceptable; releases animals from quarantine at end of the specified time period;
Train, qualify on and use Department issued weapons including tranquilizer guns for the capture and/or destruction of animals;
Captures and, as necessary, destroys suspected rabid and/or unrestrained vicious animals; transports captured animals for disposal or rabies investigation;
Takes lead responsibility for capture and transportation of livestock; and
Performs other related duties as required.
These are entrance requirements to the exam process and assure neither continuance in the process nor placement on an eligible list.
EDUCATION, TRAINING, and EXPERIENCE
Some combination of experience (at least one year) equivalent to Animal Control Officer I, and/or educational training (at least 30 semester units or one year of institutional training) which demonstrates the attainment of journey-level knowledge, skills, and abilities.
NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Ability to stoop, lift, carry and/or move animals and supplies up to 50 pounds
Animal Control Officer II is required to successfully complete a PC 832 course in Arrest, Search and Seizure and Fire Arms training within the first six (6) months of hire or promotion
Animal Control Officer II is required to successfully complete a Department approved course leading to a certification in Euthanasia by Injection within the first six (6) months of hire or promotion
Animal Control Officer II is required to be proficient with the Department's shelter software program within the first six (6) months of hire or promotion
Must have experience working in a kennel or animal services shelter
Must be willing and able to work rotating shifts, including days, evenings, nights, weekends and holidays
Must be willing and able to work in Simi Valley, Camarillo and various locations throughout Ventura County
Must possess and maintain a valid driver license issued by the State of California
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Thorough knowledge of: physical and behavioral characteristics of common breeds of animals; care, feeding, and safe handling of domestic and stray animals; causes and symptoms of common animal diseases.
Skills to: successfully operate the Animal Services vehicles; operate various paraphernalia required in the capture of animals and the ability to collect fees and service charges.
Thorough abilities to: perform and coordinate moderately difficult and responsible record keeping with little or no direct supervision; learn, interpret, and apply correct laws, rules and regulations governing the impounding, release, and disposing of animals; analyze problems and exercise rational judgment in formulating solutions; keep informed of the latest developments and methods, techniques, equipment and facilities in animal care and control; speak and write effectively at a level necessary for successful job performance.
Depending on assignment, duties are performed primarily indoors and involve both sedentary and moderate physical activities, or duties are performed primarily outdoors and require moderate to heavy physical activities. Frequent exposure to dangerous and/or diseased animals. Will be required to work rotating shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays. Recruitment Process
FINAL FILING DATE: This is a continuous recruitment and may close at any time; therefore, apply as soon as possible if you are interested in it. Your application must be received by County of Ventura Human Resources in Ventura, California, no later than 5:00 p.m. on the closing date.
To apply on-line, please refer to our web site at http://www.ventura.org/hr. If you prefer to fill out a paper application form, please call (805) 654-5129 for application materials and submit them to County of Ventura Human Resources, 800 South Victoria Avenue, L-1970, Ventura, CA 93009.
Registered Nurse II (Rn) – WPH Neonatal Level II (Night Shift) – WPH – Req6469
Registered Nurse II (RN) – WPH Neonatal Level II (Night Shift) – WPH – req6469
Winnie Palmer Hospital is part of Arnold Palmer Medical Center, which includes Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and the Howard Phillips Center for Children & Families, and is the largest facility dedicated to children and women in the United States. Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies is dedicated exclusively to the unique healthcare needs of women and babies in a caring, family-centered environment. An extraordinary Orlando Health facility, we are home to leading physicians, surgeons and specialists, as well as one of the nation's largest and most successful neonatal intensive care units. Our physicians provide specialized care that covers all facets of women's health, from comprehensive gynecological services and minimally invasive surgeries to obstetrics and high-risk pregnancies and births.
Winnie Palmer Hospital (WPH) is currently seeking a Registered Nurse that provides direct patient care in a hospital setting.
Graduate of an approved school of nursing
Assumes responsibility for professional development and continuing educational.
Meets all mandatory and developmental requirements for Orlando Health and unit/department.
- Maintains current Florida RN license and BLS/Healthcare Provider certification are required.
- ACLS certification for adult critical care areas.
- PALS required for Pediatric Critical Care areas.
- NRP required for Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). (See unit specific requirements for specialty certification).
Twelve months hospital RN experience required.
Based on area of assignment, specialty courses and specialty experience may be required.
Able to meet job duties of Clinical Nurse I.
Must meet unit specific performance competencies.
Assess patient's needs and develops/revises an individualized plan of care based on patient needs and responses. Evaluates the patient's progress toward attaining expected outcomes.
Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patients served on his or her assigned unit/ department.
Demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span, assesses the data reflective of the patient's status and interprets the necessary information needed to identify each patient's requirements relative to his or her age-specific needs.
Coordinates the care and delegates as appropriate to other team members on a defined group of patients.
Documents patient care in a knowledgeable, skillful and consistent manner meeting all required and regulatory standards. This includes but is not limited to: patient assessment, education, medication administration, treatments and patient safety.
Telecommunication Operator II C2/ Telecommuncation Operator II C2C
Receive, evaluate and transmit information via telephone and multi-channel radio that frequently involves emergency and critical situations affecting human welfare and safety; dispatch city emergency forces and/or other resource agencies, in accordance with prescribed procedures, often requiring immediate independent judgment; utilize computer-aided dispatch and other computer systems; maintain access to and security of highly sensitive materials and information; monitor unit response and progress and provide additional support and resources as needed; perform multiple activities simultaneously in a high visibility setting; work with frequent interruption in a framework of rules, procedures and regulations and perform technical tasks relative to assigned area of responsibility.
This is a safety sensitive position subject to random drug/alcohol testing.
Telecommunication Operator II C2 (Non-Certified)
$18.65 - $20.22 Hourly
Telecommunication Operator II C2C (Certified) Possess a valid New Mexico Department of Public Safety Telecommunicator Certification
$20.65 - $22.22 Hourly
Job descriptions are intended to present a general list of tasks/duties performed by employees within this job classification. Job Descriptions are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job.
Minimum Education, Experience And Additional Requirements
Related education and experience may be interchangeable on a year for year basis.
High school diploma or GED, plus thirty (30) credit hours of college level course work in communications, criminal justice, business or related field, plus two (2) years of receiving and processing customer service calls and/or radio communications experience. Law enforcement or fire agency telecommunications experience preferred.
Must possess a valid certified typing test issued by a state agency, county agency or an accredited educational institution with a minimum score of forty (40) net WPM. The typing test must have occurred within the last 12 months. Local typing tests may be taken Monday - Friday 8am to 3:30pm at the following locations: NM Workforce Connection, 501 Mountain Rd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102 OR Sandoval Workforce Connection, 301 Rail Runner Ave, Bernalillo, NM 87004.
Must pass Drug Test, Hearing Test, Criminal Records check, and Background check.
Must be able to work holidays, weekends, irregular hours and shift work may be required with possible extension of shift hours, at times with short notice.
Possession of National Incident Management System (NIMS) Certification preferred.
Possession of National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Certification within one (1) year from date of hire.
One (1) year probationary period is required for this position.
For Telecommunication Operator II C2 (Non-Certified): Possession of a New Mexico Department of Public Safety Telecommunicator Certification within one (1) year from date of hire.
For Telecommunication Operator II C2C (Certified): Certified: Possession of a New Mexico Department of Public Safety Telecommunicator Certification.
Rules and regulations governing the operation of communications radio transmittal and receiving system
Principles and procedures of radio broadcasting and communications
Principles and procedures used in operating 9-1-1 systems
General law enforcement codes, practices and methods
Modern office procedures, methods and computer equipment and operations
Effective decision making/problem solving based on a limited amount of information in crisis or emergency situations
Business English, spelling, grammar and punctuation required to compose and proofread written documents
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules and regulations covering the use of radio transmitters and receivers
Preferred Skills & Abilities
Read a city map
Maintain security and confidentiality of information
Operate emergency communication system and radio transmitting equipment
Work under pressure, exercise good judgment and make sound decisions in emergency situations
Effectively communicate with and elicit information from citizens in traumatic or crisis situations
Draw reasonable conclusions from information that may be conveyed by citizens in a disjointed manner
Perform multiple tasks simultaneously
Maintain an accurate typing speed of forty (40) WPM
Operate a computer terminal, teletype and other office equipment
Understand and follow oral and written instruction
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work
Maintain mental capacity and alertness, which allows for effective interaction and communication with others
Memorize, retain, and accurately recall information and codes
Maintain emotional control and work effectively during emergencies, crisis situations, or extremely stressful conditions
Perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation
Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities
Maintain effective audio/visual discrimination and perception to the degree necessary for the successful performance of assigned duties
Nurse II (RN II Assessor PCN 06-2399)
This position is open to Alaska Residents only.
Please check our residency definition to determine if you qualify.
Do you have the ability to effectively use a functional assessment tool?
Do you thrive in a fast-paced, complex work environment?
Do you enjoy travel?
Do you enjoy working both independently and as part of a team?
If you answered yes to these questions, they you may be the right person for this position!
The Department of Health & Social Services, Division of Senior & Disabilities Services is recruiting for a Nurse II.
Duties of this position include but are not limited to:
Perform a face-to-face, in-home, functional assessment of applicants to the Personal Care Assistance (PCA) services and/or Home and Community Based Waiver Services (HCBS).
Collaborate with health care providers, clients, families, care givers and legal representatives to obtain an accurate picture of client needs in regards to assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs).
Understand and apply State regulatory requirements.
Report quality assurance concerns and suspected Medicaid fraud appropriately.
Represent the Division of Senior and Disabilities Services (SDS) at Fair Hearings regarding assessments that you or fellow staff members have conducted.
Travel throughout the State of Alaska by car, small plane, boat, snow machine, ATV, and other means of transportation.
Complete a computer based assessment tool.
Provide professional research and analysis support for decision making to support, deny or adjust services offered through the PCA and/or HCBS programs
Handle a high-volume workload.
Establish and maintain communication with the fair hearing representatives and the state Attorney General's office.
*Must have valid and current credentials and license: Registered nurse (RN).
The successful candidate will possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities:
Please document your level of skill and/or experience with each item on this list in your separately attached professional cover letter. The cover letter submitted will be considered a professional writing sample.
Ability to write professionally using proper English grammar, spelling and composition.
Exceptional attention to detail and accuracy.
Demonstrated ability to apply critical thinking skills throughout the work day to accomplish tasks and responsibilities.
Demonstrated ability to communicate with persons of various backgrounds.
Ability to successfully manage and mitigate conflict situations in the work environment.
Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
Knowledge and experience with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the importance of confidentiality.
Demonstrated ability to read, understand, interpret, follow, and explain complex statutes and regulations.
Proficient in general computer skills, Microsoft Suite, and demonstrated ability to enter and retrieve data using a computerized system.
Willingness and ability to periodically travel throughout Alaska in all seasons.
A Valid State of Alaska driver license is desired *
US Evansville: Operator Assistant II - Service Operator II Cementing
We are looking for the right people — people who want to innovate, achieve, grow and lead. We attract and retain the best talent by investing in our employees and empowering them to develop themselves and their careers. Experience the challenges, rewards and opportunity of working for one of the world's largest providers of products and services to the global energy industry.
Under strict supervision, assists during rigging-up and rigging-down of cementing service equipment on work locations to include spotting of cement storage vessels, pre-mixing of spacer fluids, rigging-up appropriate data monitoring equipment. Learns basic oil well operations including but not limited to: pipe capacities and volume/height math, plug landing pressures, absolute volumes (including total water requirements for job), hydrostatic and differential pressure, resulting forces, balanced plugs, bulk cement blending calculations to include liquid additives and weighted spacers, pressure to reverse, and determining burst and collapse.
Assists in the operation of some or all of the following: cement pumping and mixed equipment, blenders, liquid additive metering systems, centrifugal pumps, data acquisition systems, Automatic Density Control (ADC) systems, bulk cement blending, delivery, and storage systems, manifold equipment, and cementing plug releasing tools. Assists in the performance of pre-trip and post-trip vehicle inspections and associated paperwork/reports. Understands hazardous materials, job, wash up and discharge procedures.
Verifies correct line up of valves on bulk systems and surface manifold equipment. Job tasks, correctly performed, have minimal impact upon the viability of the organization. Error is readily ascertainable by the supervisor and can be corrected.
Skills are typically acquired through successful completion of high school or similar education and 3-6 months of experience as an Operator Asst-Cementing I. Licensure to drive commercial equipment may be required. May require I-Learn courses:
Cementing II and Service Tools I. Given the nature of oil field service work, the ability to communicate effectively with others is necessary. Promotes safety awareness and environmental consciousness, and complies with all applicable safety and environmental procedures and regulations.
Ensures compliance with Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) regulations and guidelines. Promotes and takes an active part in quality improvement processes.
Halliburton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
6900 Nugget Rd, Evansville, Wyoming, 82636, United States
Requisition Number: 69986
Experience Level: Entry-Level
Job Family: Operations
Product Service Line: Cementing
Full Time / Part Time: Full Time
Additional Locations for this position:
Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.
Nearest Major Market: Wyoming
Nearest Secondary Market: Casper
Job Segment: Equipment Operator, Field Service, Manufacturing
Care Manager II - Managed Care
- Graduate from an Accredited School of Nursing.
Bachelor?s degree in Nursing preferred.
2+ years of clinical nursing experience in a clinical, acute care, or community setting and 1+ years of case management experience in a managed care setting.
Knowledge of utilization management principles and healthcare managed care.
Experience with medical decision support tools (i.e. Interqual, NCCN) and government sponsored managed care programs.
Current state?s RN license.
Needs to be local. No relocation.
EHR Support Analyst II
At its founding in 1968, Nashville-based HCA was one of the nation's first hospital companies. Today, one of the nation's leading providers of healthcare services, HCA is comprised of locally-managed facilities that include more than 250 hospitals and freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and the United Kingdom, employing approximately 230,000 people.
Approximately four to five percent of all inpatient care delivered in the country today is provided by HCA facilities resulting in more than 26M patient encounters each year.
HCA is committed to the care and improvement of human life and strives to deliver high quality, cost effective healthcare in the communities we serve. Building on the foundation provided by our Mission & Values, HCA puts patients first and works to constantly improve the care we provide by implementing measures that support our caregivers, help ensure patient safety and provide the highest possible quality.
The EHR Support Analyst II OR serves as a key onsite clinical IT resource for facility implementation and support of a broad set of clinical applications. Primary responsibilities involve ORM support including dictionary support and OR billing process support. The EHR Support Analyst II OR facilitates and manages maintenance of facility-specific dictionaries and provides input to and customizes based on division policies and procedures, training, and best practices for use within the facility. This individual works with the Division EHR Support Specialist Team and facility core team members to implement division standardization, utilization, integration and optimization plans for clinical applications. An EHR Support Analyst II OR may be dedicated to a specific facility or may operate across a geographic zone and serve multiple facilities.
Surgical Profile Verification process
Resolves incomplete documentation, working with facility to update.
Resolves Item/Implant Not in System issues.
Resolves Case Cancellation/Deferring issues.
Reviews Hold Accounts
Works with the Division EHR Support Team to monitor, and facilitate new module/application testing and Implementation for the facility
Facilitates and manages maintenance of facility-specific dictionaries including Big Board, Delay Code, Cancellation Code, Outcome Code, Access, Physician Privileges, Inventory, Anesthesia, Preference Cards, Schedule, Resource, Procedure Severity Group, Time Charge Rule, and other standard dictionaries as defined.
Provides input to customize base division policies and procedures, training, and best practices for use within the Facility
Serves as a key onsite clinical IT resource for facility implementation and support of a broad set of clinical Applications including but not limited to Surgical Symphony, Censitrac, InvivoLink, and Tissue Tracker.
Works with the Division EHR Support Team and facility core team members to develop training materials and deliver hands-on training as needed.
Works with the Division EHR Support Team to actively promote and support division standardization, utilization, integration and optimization plans.
May develop clinical application reports as needed
Performs quality audits and tracks metrics related to clinical application use
Promotes system security and patient confidentiality and helps ensure compliance
Coordinates the execution and use of tools for audits
Builds strong relationships at the facility with core customer base (nurses, physicians, core team members, etc.) and facility leadership
Adheres to Code of Conduct and Mission & Value Statement
Participate in special projects as needed and performs other duties as assigned
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Understanding of clinical operations and processes
Understands pertinent accreditation guidelines, such as JCAHO, MQSA, HIPAA, and ACR
Demonstrated ability to establish and build strong relationships across a broad range of personality types
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with clinical and information technology personnel verbally
and in writing
Demonstrated customer orientation
Excellent leadership and teaching abilities
Demonstrated advanced computer skills
Understanding of reporting tools functionality and capabilities
Must be able to drive to assigned sites to complete work and have OR Clinical experience
Must have HCA OR experience and experience with OR workflow
Proficiency in various programming and clinical application reporting tools
Customer service orientation and/or training
- Bachelor's degree preferred
- One to Three years' experience in clinical application support or related clinical work experience
CERTIFICATE/LICENSE: Licensing or credentials within specific clinical specialty preferred, if available.
Possession/Maintenance of specialty clinical licensure is strongly desired. Valid state driver's license and proof of auto insurance, if applicable.
Qualified candidates will have 3 years of relevant work experience
Bachelor's degree preferred
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING CONDITIONS: Requires prolonged sitting, some bending, stooping and stretching. Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard, photocopier,
telephone, calculator and other office equipment. Requires normal range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare and communicate appropriate reports. Work is performed in an office environment. Work may be stressful at times.
Contact may involve dealing with angry or upset people. Staff must remain flexible and available to provide staffing assistance for any/all disaster or emergency situations. Travel between facilities in a geographic zone may be required.
OSHA CATEGORY: The normal work routine involves no exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues (although situations can be imagined or hypothesized under which anyone, anywhere, might encounter potential exposure to body fluids). Persons who perform these duties are not called upon as part of their employment to perform or assist in emergency care or first aid, or to be potentially exposed in some other way.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
Patient Care Technician II Float Pool PRN
TriStar Centennial Medical Center – Nashville, TN
Part of the TriStar family of hospitals
TriStar Centennial Medical Center is a 657-bed comprehensive facility offering medical and surgical programs including behavioral health, 24-hour emergency, heart and vascular, imaging, neurosciences, oncology, orthopedics, pediatrics, rehabilitation, sleep disorder, and women's services. An affiliate of TriStar Health, TriStar Centennial Medical Center's 43-acre campus is home to TriStar Centennial Heart & Vascular Center, TriStar Centennial Women's Hospital, The Children's Hospital at TriStar Centennial, Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute at TriStar Centennial Medical Center and TriStar Centennial Parthenon Pavilion.
Centennial Medical Center is currently looking for a Patient Care Tech - Float Pool (PRN)
The Nurse Technician demonstrates knowledge of human growth and development, ability to gather data, demonstrates knowledge in range of treatment, and care of patients appropriate to the ages of patients served as per Scope of Service; promotes customer service initiatives; follows directions from Primary/Charge Nurse to meet the individual needs of each atient; demonstrates the ability to perform technical skills and procedures as evidenced by unit competency; documents patient care, as appropriate; and reports to Primary/Charge Nurse any changes in patient status.
General Essential Functions
1.Supports the facility's Standards of Performance and ICARE values
2.Participates in staff meetings and attends other meetings and seminars/professional development as
requested by manager.
3.Maintains compliance with federal, state and other governing bodies. Includes licensure and certification.
4.Observes and abides by established safety practices.
5.Ensures accuracy and completeness of work.
6.Demonstrates a thorough knowledge and understanding of policies and procedures involved in
performing job duties.
1.Demonstrated experience with each of the required areas of expertise in section I
2.Interpersonal skills to successfully interact with patients, guests, physicians, and other employees.
3.CNA or successful completion of a CNA course required. CNA certification or eligibility preferred must pass the CNA exam within 6 months of hire OR Successful completion of the Fundamentals of Nursing course in an accredited school of professional nursing (verified by transcript). A student enrolled in an RN program who discontinues their nursing school program is required to obtain a Nurse Aide in the State of TN within 30 days of their discontinuation of the program.
4.Current BLS required.
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