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Equipment Room Monitor
Handles basic operations of the Wellness Center and makes themselves available to clients for monitoring purposes and to answer questions when no other staff person is here. Education/Experience:
High School Diploma or equivalent Licenses/Certificates/Registrations
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Job:Allied Health - Rehabilitation
Title:Equipment Room Monitor
Monitor Technician, EOC Nights~ Monitor Resource
Department: CA401_31530 Monitor Resource
Expected Weekly Hours: 0
Shift: Night Shift
Position Purpose: SUMMARY Reporting to the Lead Monitor Technician, this position is responsible for continually observing the patient electrocardiographic patterns and accurately recognizing and reporting arrhythmias to patient care staff. In addition, the Monitor Technician may be asked to perform other activities to assist in ensuring the unit maintains an efficient workflow and environment.
Job Description Details:
REQUIREMENTS 1. High school diploma or equivalent is required. 2.
Successful completion of a Basic Arrhythmia Course is required upon hire. 3. Minimum score of eighty percent (80%) on the SAMC entry-level recognition examination within six months of hire is required. 4. Twelve to eighteen months experience in an acute care setting or successful completion of a medical terminology course are required. 5.
Well-developed interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively with medical center staff under routine and stressful situations are required. 6. Current American Heart Association (AHA) Healthcare Provider CPR card is required. 7. Previous 12 lead EKG experience is preferred. 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.
Trinity Health offers rewarding careers in a community environment with all the advantages of working at one of the nation's largest health systems. We provide high-quality, people-centered care in 22 states through our network of hospitals, facilities, community-based services, and continuing care locations - including home care, hospice, Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), and senior living facilities. If you are looking for a rewarding clinical or administrative position, you'll find exceptional career possibilities, opportunities for advancement and a job with meaning at Trinity Health.
Trinity Health employs more than 131,000 colleagues across 22 states. We honor and embrace a diverse representation of people, ideas and backgrounds. Our dedication to diversity is evident in our commitment to training, education, recruitment, retention and development, as well as community partnerships and supplier diversity.
Because we serve diverse populations, our colleagues are trained to recognize the cultural beliefs, values, traditions, language preferences and health practices of the communities we serve and to apply that knowledge to produce positive outcomes. We recognize that each of us has a different way of thinking and perceiving our world, and that our differences not only serve to unite us, but also lead to innovative solutions.
Monitor Tech - Monitor Room - PRN
MONITOR TECH - MONITOR ROOM - PRN
Description JOB SUMMARY : Observes, identifies and documents cardiac rhythms and pulse oximetry readings of patients monitored through the central monitor station. Responds appropriately to the occurrences of the life-threatening or potentially life-threatening arrhythmias.
Communicates patient’s rhythm and monitor alerts effectively with RN caring for patient and other department personnel as applicable. Essential Functions: 1. OPERATES PATIENT MONITORING EQUIPMENT Maintains log of physician orders for telemetry monitors and for pulse oximetry Initiates telemetry or pulse oximetry within 30 minutes of receiving physician order Admits, discharges, suspends patients in the monitor bank.
Changes alarm limits as appropriate for safe monitoring and per order. Verifies that leads are in place when tracing deviates from anticipated pattern or rhythm. Locates and prints rhythms from “History” Operates essential equipment in the central monitor station including transmitters, monitor banks, and printer 2.
PERFORMS EKG’S Actively identifies the patient as the appropriate patient for the procedure Applies EKG leads using cardiac landmarks and records ECG Records patient demographics in the EKG cart prior to obtaining EKG 3. INTERPRETS CARDIAC RHYTHMS and PULSE OXIMETRY Correctly measures PR and QRS interval and rate. Identifies rate and rhythm of monitor strips Recognizes significant changes in rate and/or cardiac rhythm.
Identifies life-threatening and/or potentially life-threatening arrhythmias. Successfully completes annual dysrhythmia competency. Identifies normal pulse oximetry readings and pulse oximetry range specific for each patient 4.
DOCUMENTS CARDIAC RHYTHM and PULSE OXIMETRY Records patient’s rhythm every 2 hours on appropriate form. Documents entropy and/or other transient rhythms. Obtains representative rhythm strip every 8 hours, analyzes and mounts for patient record.
Records rhythm strip to document significant changes in rate and/or rhythm. Delivers representative rhythm strips and copy of unit telemetry log to assigned unit Documents pulse oximetry readings every 8 hours. 5. MAINTAINS EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES When patient is admitted, verifies TTX number of transmitter with TTX number assigned room.
Verifies each shift the location of all transmitters, ECG cables, and pulse oximetry on assigned units and documents. Cleans remote transmitters and cables between patient use. Promptly reports malfunctions of monitoring equipment to clinical engineering.
Notifies supervisor when monitor inventory is low as defined in the policy Notifies supervisor when monitor is discovered missing 6. COMMUNICATES EFFECTIVELY Notifies nurse on the patient care unit when unable to obtain patient ECG or pulse oximetry signal. Notifies nurse of significant change in rate, rhythm of cardiac monitor or oxygen saturation reading of pulse oximetry.
Notifies nurse by emergency phone system in the event of life threatening dysrhythmia or pulse oximetry reading. Escalates communication to supervisor when unable to receive a response to alerts when notifying the patient care unit Communicates with the patient at a level that the patient can comprehend. Explains the procedure to the patient Ensures that communication in the presence of the patient is patient related.
Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS : Education: High school diploma, GED, Metropolitan Test or equivalent; successful completion of Dysrhythmia competency.
Experience : Prefer previous experience as a Monitor Technician preferred. Physical Requirements : This job requires, at various times, the following physical activities; hearing, climbing, balancing, stopping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, carrying, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, finger dexterity, grasping, feeling, talking, and hearing. Requires excellent visual acuity.
The individual in this position may be required to carry or lift weight of up to 50 lbs. and push/pull 100-150 lbs. Individuals in this position could possibly be exposed to inside/outside environmental conditions, blood borne pathogens and body fluids, chemical hazards, respiratory hazards and radiological hazards. Skills : Ability to interpret cardiac rhythms and identify life-threatening arrhythmias.
Ability to follow established policies and processes. Ability to communicate effectively with nursing staff and physicians.
Primary Location ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK-ST VINCENT INFIRMARY
PRN Scheduled Hours per 2-week Pay Period
0 Weekends Required
Occasional Req ID: 2017-R0089685
Environmental Monitor - Off-Shift
Environmental Monitor - off-shift
Open date:Jan 26, 2018 4:17 PM
Location: Marietta, Pennsylvania
Experience required:Less than 1 year
- Relocation:No Email a friend Your
The GMP monitor will collect environmental monitoring samples. Assume delegated responsibilities for group personnel training, scheduling, and maintaining/ordering of supplies and equipment.
Follow and work in accordance with company policies, SOPs and cGMP standards to ensure compliance with all applicable regulations. Identify deviations and potential problems and communicate these situations with appropriate personnel. The schedule for this role is Tuesday-Friday 10pm-8:30am
• Perform Environmental Monitoring duties related to viable air, viable surfaces, swabs, and non-viable air sample collection. • Coordination of daily sampling activities for environmental monitoring (including generation of sample collection paperwork, labels, sample submission, etc) to meet SOP requirements. • Responsible for maintaining and ordering sufficient supplies, maintain EM media inventories, ordering equipment to perform all monitoring, and maintaining the equipment in good working conditions in a calibrated status. • Handle special projects such as abnormal test results, validation studies as needed. • Assure that all required documentation including records and logs, is complete and accurate according to the current GMP rules. • Maintain required records and logs. • Revise and write SOP’s specific to monitoring as required and assist/lead the training of new personnel. • Assist with and participate in development of training programs and conduct training sessions for new and less experienced staff as necessary. • When assigned to rotating shift work; work independently and without direct supervision to perform normal operating routines and emergency response procedures. • Communicate and report status of operations as well as variances from specifications to area manager.
Take appropriate actions and escalate issues immediately. • Perform all job responsibilities in compliance with applicable EHS and GMP regulations, guidelines, policies, GSK standard operating & safety procedures, and industry practice and Industrial Excellence initiatives. Background: • Knowledge of standard aseptic technique. • Must meet the Office of Health & Safety (OHS) Medical Guidance for working in production environment. • Computer skills required in Excel and Word. • Ability to follow written procedures and document results in a neat and precise manner. • Position may require employees to work in a 24/7 rotational schedule. This schedule will include holidays, and weekends; over-time may be required. • Must be well organized, flexible, open-minded and dynamic. • Must have demonstrated self-direct work habits and strong communication skills. • Must be a committed team player prepared to work in and embrace a team based culture. • Ability to work within a multi-skilled team. • Maintain attention to detail, while completing multiple or repetitive tasks. • Demonstrate a serious commitment to accuracy and quality while meeting goals or deadlines. • Maintain a high level of integrity while balancing multiple priorities and responsibilities.
Preferred: • Some experience in analytical systems including quality control/production, validation, documentation and compliance preferred. • Strong interpersonal skills. Solid team player able to function within team based organization. • Able to interact with peers, subordinates and senior personnel in multidisciplinary environment including engineering, facility operations, validation, production and QA and QC. • Able to prioritize and decide appropriate course of actions. • Ability to understand client’s needs (producers) and to interact with people from various domains (Regulatory, QA, other analytical groups inside the Company.) • Demonstrated ability to perform all job duties with limited supervision. • Demonstrated familiarity with cGMP’s, facility regulatory guidelines and standard operating procedures. Why You?
Basic qualifications:• B.S. in biology, microbiology, biology or related field OR • 5 years equivalent professional experience, if sufficient technical depth has been achieved and demonstrated. Preferred qualifications:• 2 years of experience in quality control or production within the pharmaceutical or biotechnology industry • B.S. in biology, microbiology, biology or related field Why GSK?:Why GSK? Because GSK’s BioPharm business vision is to leverage its experience and technical capabilities to launch, supply, and manage Biopharmaceutical products around the world.
It will fulfill GSK’s Mission to Do More, Feel Better, and Live Longer by living its values: Integrity: Always doing the right thing; Commitment to the Patient: Making the Patient the #1 Priority; Customer Service:
Commit to delivering on promises to internal & external customers; Compliance – Being accountable for quality and safety. Contact information: You may apply for this position online by selecting the Apply now button.
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Cardiac Monitor Technician
Under direct supervision of registered nurse or provider, performs variety of duties and services involving cardiac arrhythmia surveillance of telemetry and critical care unit (CCU) patients; observes data generated from central cardiac monitors; retains responsibility and accountability for delegated tasks. Essential Functions:
Records and mounts rhythm strips of patients on cardiac arrhythmia monitors; measures heart rate, PR interval, QRS complexes and QT intervals per Unit standards as necessary; records heart rates; observes central cardiac monitors constantly for arrhythmias and changes in blood pressure and/or respiration; reports changes in patient to health care provider or nurse.
Observes monitors for arrhythmia during insertion of pacing catheters and hemodynamic catheters; reports changes in patient to health care provider or nurse.
Assists staff in emergencies as directed; notifies appropriate personnel of emergency situations; follows established emergency protocol; remains calm throughout such procedures.
Observes effects of various medications in relationship to arrhythmia; reports effects to health care provider or nurse; observes and documents all pertinent information/data during unit Code 500; reports pertinent information to incoming staff before leaving monitor station.
Answers call lights and notify nurse of patient needs; assists visitors with questions and requests not pertaining to patient's condition or care.
Updates telemetry unit patient census board on patient admissions and discharges.
Labels and distributes trend reports on each patient for past eight hours, as required.
Applies safety principles/standards as defined by hospital to patient, environment and employee issues; practices within nursing department and unit-specific standards, policies, procedures, protocol and guidelines.
Maintains confidentiality of patient/hospital information and principles/standards.
Signs off on all arrhythmia sheets; assists in initiation of shift report for nursing staff; prepares report for oncoming cardiac monitor technician; records patient data/events in medical record; completes other forms and documentation according to unit standards and procedures.
Reports incidents, work related injuries, unsafe and/or malfunctioning equipment or environment to supervisor or other appropriate personnel; contacts biomedical for assistance with equipment problems, as needed and according to protocol.
Cleans monitor boxes and corresponding wires; maintains sign out lists for various equipment; maintains and orders necessary supplies.
Refers to department, unit and other reference manuals/books when necessary.
Assists in orientation of newly hired cardiac monitoring techs.
Maintains necessary certification; attends meetings as assigned; participates in nursing research activities, projects, and peer evaluations when requested.
Demonstrates sufficient knowledge, skills, and abilities in area of specialization.
Demonstrates knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to provide care and/or service appropriate to age groups served.
Demonstrates knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to provide culturally sensitive care and/or service.
- Performs other duties and accepts responsibility as assigned.
Six (6) months of cardiac monitor technician experience or successful completion of training program. Education
High school diploma; or equivalent combination of education (lesser) & experience may be considered in lieu of requirements.
Post high school coursework in electrocardiogram (EKG). License, Certification, Registration
- Current BLS for Healthcare Provider CPR or CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer certification. Additional
Demonstrated knowledge of and skill in adaptability, change management, customer service, oral communication, problem solving, results orientation, teamwork, and written communication.
Talking to co-workers, customers, outside vendors, and on the telephone.
Reading, writing, speaking and understanding English.
Training/giving and receiving instructions.
- Mathematical ability, attention to detail (e.g. organization, prioritization, proofing), concentration and alertness.
One (1) year EKG monitor reading experience in acute care setting. COMPANY: KAISER TITLE: Cardiac Monitor Technician LOCATION: Honolulu, Hawaii REQNUMBER: 654213 External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with Federal, state and local laws, including but not limited to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran, or disability status.
PD Monitor Tech
Overview Hackettstown Medical Center, a member of Atlantic Health System, is seeking a Per Diem Monitor Tech. Shift varies; weekends as needed.
Essential Job Functions:
Maintains cardiac monitoring for all telemetry patients
Supports patient flow by assessing telemetry needs daily and reporting to Primary RN
Maintains Telemetry equipment
Communicates effectively with healthcare team
Maintains professional appearance and behavior
Responds positively to requests made by family members and healthcare team
Through the model of Shared Governance, collaborate with all members of the health care team with a focus on promoting evidenced based care within a healing culture for the patient population served and their families
Candidate will demonstrate and embrace the PRIDE core values (Professionalism, Respect, Involvement, Dignity and Excellence) in every aspect of their job
High School Diploma or GED required
Succesful completion of telemetry technician training program
- BLS required
Relevant Experience :
Able to pass telemetry pre-test
Current Monitor Tech experience and/or recent clinical experience preferred Atlantic Health System aims to deliver the highest quality, safety and care combined the best experience for our patients and their families. We are confident that you will find success within Atlantic Health System, which has been named for the 9th year in a row to Fortune’s “Top 100 Best U.S. Companies to Work For” list. We believe you’ll find that our culture of collaboration and care exemplifies the value we place on our patients, their families and our employees.All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, religion, age, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or protected veteran status . Requisition #000094973
FacilityHackettstown Medical Center
Monitor Tech - CCS - Tamc
GENERAL DESCRIPTION/STATEMENTThe Monitor Technician/CNA requires that the individual have an understanding of the Physiological functions of the heart and what constitutes a normal heart rhythm. They must be able to identify and respond appropriately to those rhythms that are different from what has been identified as the patients "norm" and/or those that are lethal.
This individual is also responsible for providing patient care under the direction of a Registered Nurse. Assists patients with activities of daily living and assists in the maintenance of a safe, clean environment for patients on the CCS Unit. She/he must have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of Critical Care Service's patients.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES 1. Provide safe and efficient direct patient care under the direction of the RN. 2.
Keep charge nurse informed of the patient's status and changes as well as problems. 3. Participate in department performance improvement activities. 4. Comply with mandated hospital and department education programs. 5.
Accept responsibility for professional growth and development. 6. Demonstrate a commitment to the philosophy and objectives of the TAMC organization. Practice and encourage Service Excellence. 7.
Age specific standards: The individual in this position must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span of the patient. In addition, s/he must possess the ability to assess patient data relative to age specific needs and provide care as described in the department's policies. 8.
Excellent documentation skills with the ability to learn and incorporate electronic documentation. 9. Demonstrate proficiency with patient transfers. 10. Demonstrate an understanding of adaptive equipment and how it is used. 11.
Communicates clearly, distinctly and effectively; write neatly and legibly; neat personal appearance. 12. Understands and follows oral and written instructions and in accordance with specific procedures. 13. Performs repetitive operations under specific instructions and in accordance with specific procedures. 14.
Establishes and maintains harmonious working relationship with both professional and nonprofessional personnel; physicians, visitors, and patients. 15. Anticipates need of patients and unit. 16. Works independently, using problem solving skills. 17.
Provides typing and computer skills necessary to assist Department Manager with the management of unit and order entry skills to assist with patient care. 18. Assists with nursing duties as requested. 19. Ability to be flexible in work assignments. 20. Observe and respond to multiple monitors/alarms
OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Perform other work-related duties, within their scope of practice, as assigned.
AVAILABILITY REQUIREMENTS Variable work schedule requires day, evening, and night work as well as weekends and holidays. Will be assigned to both monitor technician and CNA responsibilities as needed.
EDUCATION, SKILLS, EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS 1. Successful completion of an approved CNA program with not less than 150 hours of instruction. 2.
Currently active on the CNA registry. 3. Must be able to read and write with proficiency to accomplish all CNA responsibilities. 4. Prior experience is not required. 5.
Must pass the FIM Assessment Accuracy Examination for information only. 6. Must maintain annual educational requirements of 12 hours and work an 8 hour shift in a 2 year period to maintain registry status. 7. Knowledge of medical terminology. 8.
Successful completion of general TAMC orientation. 9. Demonstrates strength in customer service and public relations. 10. Successful completion of education in hospital computer system. 11.
Healthcare Provider CPR. 12. Successfully taken and passed the Rhythm Interpretation Course within 6 months of official hire date and maintain ongoing competency.
Health Monitor Coord
Health Monitor Coord Requisition # 41170BR Physical Location Shakopee, Minnesota Posted Date 08-Jan-2018 Schedule Type Casual Dept. Name Patient Care Support Services Hours Per Week 0 Contract St Francis L113 Srvce & Mtnce Introduction Allina Health is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of illness and enhancing the greater health of individuals, families and communities throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
A not-for-profit health care system, Allina Health cares for patients from beginning to end-of-life through its 90+ clinics, 12 hospitals, 16 pharmacies, specialty care centers and specialty medical services that provide home care, senior transitions, hospice care, home oxygen and medical equipment, and emergency medical transportation services. Allina Health is a vibrant, growing organization with opportunities to suit your professional skills and a diverse work environment to match your specific interests. We believe employees are our greatest asset and are dedicated to helping you develop and maximize your professional skills.
Francis Regional Medical Center, located in Shakopee, Minn., provides an array of patient care services, including The Family Birth Place, Breast Center, Cancer Center, pediatric care, rehabilitation and sports medicine, as well as a range of health education and support groups. With 798 employees, 459 physicians and 86 staffed beds, St. Francis provides a full range of inpatient, outpatient and emergency services to more than 115,000 patients each year on a collaborative medical campus with more than 30 other providers.
This unique structure enables St. Francis to combine the caring and compassion of a community hospital with the modern medical technology, specialties and services found in the metro area.
It is jointly owned by Allina Health, Essentia Health Critical Access Group and HealthPartners. Responsibilities Req ID: 41170 Monitors telemetry rhythms and related equipment and performs a wide variety of clerical functions to facilitate and support the unit’s operations which assists health care providers to optimize patient care and customer service Education
High school graduate or GED required
Current Basic Identification ECG skill or training is required or the ability to complete within three months. Required to pass the Basic Identification ECG test within three months. Qualification/Skills
Requires basic knowledge of medical terminology, excellent customer service skills, ability to prioritize, multi-task and organize in a fast paced environment.
Proficient computer skills including keyboarding and Windows based applications.
Effective communication skills. Ability to read, write and comprehend English.
6 months HMC experience required Work Schedule
Casual requirements per SEIU contract Location/Community Information The City of Shakopee is located in the southwest corner of the Twin Cities metropolitan area, 23 miles from Minneapolis, on the Minnesota River. Residents of Shakopee enjoy both the atmosphere of a small town and the resources of a thriving metropolitan area.
Incorporated in 1857 as a booming river town, today Shakopee is the county seat of Scott County, one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. The city has its own downtown central business district, regional medical center and business park and is home to regional entertainment attractions such as Historic Murphys Landing, Valleyfair Amusement Park, and Canterbury Park Racetrack. Shakopee:
Located 20 miles Southwest of the Twin Cities
Population = 34,000
Service Area = 120,000 Community Resource Links: Community Information School Digger Explore Minnesota MN Dept of Education Minneapolis St.
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EO M/F/Disability/Vet Employer. Requisition # 41170BR Patient Care Suppt / Nrsg Asst
Monitor Technician Clinical
Position SummaryMonitor Technician: Under general supervision, performs specified duties for monitoring adolescent through geriatric patients requiring cardiac telemetry. Ensures all actions taken in carrying out responsibilities support patient centered care.Qualifications, Knowledge & ExperienceRequired Qualifications (Including any licensure, certification, education):High school graduate or GED.Completion of 75-hour basic Certified Nursing Assistant Program or completion of at least one clinical rotation of an accredited nursing program or comparable education, training and experience and certification as a Patient Care Technician.Completion of basic EKG class with grade of at least 80%.Completion of basic life support for Healthcare Providers within 90 days of hire.Knowledge of computer skills related to cardiac monitoring within six weeks of hiring.Ability to observe continual computerized monitoring of cardiac rhythms; to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; to make decisions quickly and respond in emergency situations; to handle confidential work with tact and discretion.Ability to assist nursing personnel with patients; ability to understand and communicate oral and written English; explain procedures and give information; skill in the use of specialized equipment and/or techniques; ability to detect abnormal conditions and report appropriately; able to function promptly and appropriately under stressful conditions.Ability to obtain clinical competence and knowledge of caring for adolescent through geriatric patients.Required Knowledge, Skills & Experience:Preferred knowledge of medical terminology.
Alarm Monitor (Ref. #1700) (Keyport, WA)
DoD Secret security clearance. Responsible for monitoring and operating radio and telephone communications equipment, including the Secure Terminal Equipment (STE), naval message terminal, ordnance shipments, Lightning Detection and Display Alert System, Intrusion Detection Systems, monitor and operate badge reader access system terminal, and video surveillance security cameras. Receive, store and release classified material, monitor helicopter operations and make designated notifications, receive range craft and facility trouble calls, and maintain the Command Log.
Inventory and issue keys form the Command’s Master key lockers. Background in any/all of the following is preferred:
Must be able to support a 24/7 operation, at times working varied shifts to include nights & weekends.
High school diploma or G.E.D. required and two years of experience in a related field.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (emphasis: Excel, Word, Outlook).
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Must obtain a DoD secret security clearance prior to starting.
Prior military or civilian security and/or Alarm Monitor experience preferred. U.S. citizenship and eligibility for a security clearance required; current clearance a plus. Location VA – WASHINGTON EEO Must be able to obtain and maintain a secret security clearance.
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