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Laboratory – Lab Asst./Phlebotomist – Day, Evening and/or Night shift

Job Posting
Lab Asst./Phlebotomist
Laboratory
Day, Evening and/or Night shift

Summary: Under the general supervision of the Laboratory Supervisor, the Lab Assistant receives physician’s requests and collects blood specimens from adult, pediatric and newborn patients by venipuncture and skin puncture. The Lab Assistant performs general office duties and general laboratory cleaning, collects drug screens for employers and may perform other tasks as assigned.

Education: High School education or equivalent

Experience: Equivalent of one year full-time phlebotomy experience preferred.

Licensure, Registration, Certification: None required. PBT preferred.

Mental/Physical Requirements: (may be met with or without reasonable accommodations): Close mental and visual attention required for sustained periods of time. Frequently works under stressful conditions due to time constraints and critical condition of some patients. Frequent standing and walking required along with sitting, lifting, turning, carrying, pushing, pulling, stooping, crouching, twisting, and reaching are required. Must be able to lift 20 lbs. from the floor and from overhead, and 40 lbs. from waist height; exercise good body mechanics in execution of essential duties, including appropriate back and neck posture.

Working Conditions: Constant exposure to infectious material. Works in air-conditioned environment with moderate noise level. May be required to work any time of day.

Age-Specific Competencies: Persons generally grow and develop in stages that are related to their age. Age specific competence means that the employee is aware of physical, psychosocial and/or learning needs of patients of different ages. Employees consider these needs when planning and providing care for the patient or when interacting with the patient or family.
Human development can be divided into eight stages. In each stage the individual has a primary task to accomplish or master. Each task is important throughout the life span but is most critical at a particular stage.
• Infant (0-1 year): The infant must learn to trust that his/her needs will be met.
• Toddler (1-3 years): The toddler must learn to develop a sense of himself as an independent person and gain self-confidence and self-control.
• Pre-school child (3-6 years): The pre-school child must develop a sense if initiating (being able to explore the world and start projects).
• School age child (6-12 years): The school age child must develop a sense to his/her own self-worth through accomplishments and interaction with others.
• Adolescent (13-20 years): the adolescent must develop his/her own identity.
• Young adult (21-43 years): The young adult must develop close relationships.
• Middle adult (44-65 years): The middle adult must develop a sense of community and assume responsibility for others.
• Older adult (65 years and older): The older adult must come to understand the meaning of his/her life in terms of what has been accomplished.

Texas County Memorial Hospital is a tobacco-free smoke-free facility.

Home Health – Home Health RN – Full Time

Job Posting
Home Health RN
Home Health
Full-Time Status

Summary: The Registered Nurse is responsible to the Department Director for the delivery of patient care through the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation, and other duties as assigned. The Registered Nurse functions within the limits of the Missouri Nurse Practice Act and performs in a comparable manner to peers with similar training, experience, and circumstances.

Education: Graduate of an accredited Registered Nurse program, BSN preferred.

Experience: Minimum one (1) year professional nursing experience. Minimum one (1) year experience in a medical/surgical unit. Six (6) months home care experience preferred. Computer skills preferred.

Licensure, Registration, Certification: Current RN license in the state of Missouri. CPR certification. Current driver’s license, declaration of automobile liability insurance, and copy of driving history.

Mental/Physical Requirements: (may be met with or without reasonable accommodations): Ability to stand and walk for long periods of time and to walk up and down flights of stairs. Ability to receive and express detailed information through oral communications, visual acuity, and the ability to read and understand written directions. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. Ability to safely operate an automobile. Standing, walking, sitting, lifting, turning carrying, pushing, pulling, stooping, crouching, twisting, and reaching are required. Must be able to lift 20 lbs. from floor and from overhead, 40 lbs. from waist height and be able to handle, move or transfer articles of 100 lbs. regularly and over 100 lbs. periodically; in concert with other employee(s)/person(s) and/or lifting device; exercise good body mechanics in execution of essential duties, including appropriate back and neck posture.

Working Conditions: Frequent exposure to communicable disease via blood and body fluids. Frequent exposure to infectious diseases and hostile persons at times. Works with sharps and other potentially biohazardous materials. Variation in environmental temperatures. Exposure to various community environments.

Age-Specific Competencies: Persons generally grow and develop in stages that are related to their age. Age specific competence means that the employee is aware of physical, psychosocial and/or learning needs of patients of different ages. Employees consider these needs when planning and providing care for the patient or when interacting with the patient or family.
Human development can be divided into eight stages. In each stage the individual has a primary task to accomplish or master. Each task is important throughout the life span but is most critical at a particular stage.
• Infant (0-1 year): The infant must learn to trust that his/her needs will be met.
• Toddler (1-3 years): The toddler must learn to develop a sense of himself as an independent person and gain self-confidence and self-control.
• Pre-school child (3-6 years): The pre-school child must develop a sense if initiating (being able to explore the world and start projects).
• School age child (6-12 years): The school age child must develop a sense to his/her own self-worth through accomplishments and interaction with others.
• Adolescent (13-20 years): the adolescent must develop his/her own identity.
• Young adult (21-43 years): The young adult must develop close relationships.
• Middle adult (44-65 years): The middle adult must develop a sense of community and assume responsibility for others.
• Older adult (65 years and older): The older adult must come to understand the meaning of his/her life in terms of what has been accomplished.

Texas County Memorial Hospital is a tobacco-free smoke-free facility.

Radiology Department – Radiologic Technologist – Day, Night & Evening-Shift with Call

Job Posting
Radiologic Technologist
Radiology Department
Full-Time Status
Day-Evening-Night Shift with Call

Summary: Under the general supervision and reporting to the Director of Radiology, the Radiologic Technologist provides patient services utilizing radiologic imaging equipment, making a record of the exam produced for interpretation by the radiologist. Will perform studies in acceptable manner complying with all regulations and policies. Transports patients, performs office duties in absence of office personnel, may assist in other Medical Imaging divisions as trained and other duties as assigned.

Essential Functions:
• Performs diagnostic procedures on patient to meet the established practice parameters and standards or care, including:

o Proper position/centering of part/patient
o Proper technical factor selection
o Proper image/patient identification
o Proper use of image receptors
o Proper, professional patient care and assessment
o Proper radiation protection provided for patient/staff/general public
o Proper documentation maintained
o Proper administration of contrast media when required for ordered procedure

• Assumes responsibility for the safety, mental and physical comfort of patients while they are in the radiographer’s care.
• Addresses problems of patient care as they arise and makes decisions to appropriately resolve the problems.
• Assists with daily operations of the department
• Reports equipment failures to the appropriate person.
• Performs other work-related duties as assigned.

Demonstration of Skills and Abilities:
• Ability to communicate comfortable and clearly with patient to explain the procedure, answer questions and relay information about what to expect during the procedure.
• Ability to adapt planned procedure to achieve optimal results.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public and health care team.
• Ability to make independent decisions using critical thinking, problem solving and perform responsibilities under stressful situation.
• Ability to follow established departmental procedures.
• Ability to organize and coordinate multiple tasks, work efficiently and cope with emergency situations.
• Ability to organize daily work schedule and performs related clerical duties as required.

Education: Graduate of accredited RadiologicTechnology program

Experience: One year experience as a radiologic technologist preferred. CT experienced desired.

Licensure, Registration, Certification:
• Active American Registry for RadiologicTechnologists ( ARRT )
• Current compliance with Continuing Medical Education (CME) requirements
• Current CPR certification

Mental/Physical Requirements: (may be met with or without reasonable accommodations): Close mental and visual attention required for sustained periods of time. Frequently works under stressful conditions due to demands of customers and the critical condition of some patients. Must be able to transport self throughout department. Standing, walking, sitting, lifting, turning carrying, pushing, pulling, stooping, crouching, twisting, and reaching are required. Must be able to lift 20 lbs. from floor and from overhead, 40 lbs. from waist height and be able to handle, move or transfer articles of 100 lbs. regularly and over 100 lbs. periodically; in concert with other employees/person(s) and/or lifting device; exercise good body mechanics in execution of essential duties, including appropriate back and neck posture.

Working Conditions: Potential exposure to infectious diseases, disagreeable odors from patients, anesthetics, disinfectants, and/or chemicals. May be exposed to controlled radiation exposure. May be subject to call on a regular or as-scheduled basis.

Age-Specific Competencies: Persons generally grow and develop in stages that are related to their age. Age specific competence means that the employee is aware of physical, psychosocial and/or learning needs of patients of different ages. Employees consider these needs when planning and providing care for the patient or when interacting with the patient or family.
Human development can be divided into eight stages. In each stage the individual has a primary task to accomplish or master. Each task is important throughout the life span but is most critical at a particular stage.
• Infant (0-1 year): The infant must learn to trust that his/her needs will be met.
• Toddler (1-3 years): The toddler must learn to develop a sense of himself as an independent person and gain self-confidence and self-control.
• Pre-school child (3-6 years): The pre-school child must develop a sense if initiating (being able to explore the world and start projects).
• School age child (6-12 years): The school age child must develop a sense to his/her own self-worth through accomplishments and interaction with others.
• Adolescent (13-20 years): the adolescent must develop his/her own identity.
• Young adult (21-43 years): The young adult must develop close relationships.
• Middle adult (44-65 years): The middle adult must develop a sense of community and assume responsibility for others.
• Older adult (65 years and older): The older adult must come to understand the meaning of his/her life in terms of what has been accomplished.

Texas County Memorial Hospital is a tobacco-free smoke-free facility.

Emergency Department – Registered Nurse – Night Shift

Job Posting
Emergency Department
Registered Nurse
Full-Time Status
Night Shift

Summary: Under the general supervision of the Director of the Emergency Department, the Registered Nurse is a professional caregiver who assumes responsibility and accountability for patients seeking emergency treatment. S/HE provides both direct care to the emergency patient, as well as directing the care given by other members of the health care team, such as LPN’s, paramedics,
EMT’s, emergency technicians, and coordinators. The registered nurse also coordinates care for emergency patients, working closely with physicians and ancillary departments to assure coordinated care is provided. The Registered Nurse assures that care is delivered utilizing the nursing process, considering age specific parameters, and does so in a professional, compassionate manner.

Must be able to work at a fast pace for long hours, to include lifting and moving patients. Must be willing to be part of a healthcare team and work well with the ward clerks, EMT-Ps, technicians and physicians. The RN must possess: excellent people skills, the ability to multi-task, as well as prioritization and time management skills.

Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing: ADN, BSN. ACLS and PALS preferred and must be obtained within one year of employment. CEN certification, TNCC encouraged.

Experience: Must have either one year of Medical/Surgical Nursing as a Registered Nurse, or one year of emergency department experience in any capacity. Previous emergency department experience or critical care experience as a Registered Nurse Preferred.

Licensure, Registration, Certification: Current Missouri licensure.

Mental/Physical Requirements: (may be met with or without reasonable accommodations): Considerable mental concentration required. Standing, walking, sitting, lifting, turning carrying, pushing, pulling, stooping, crouching, twisting, and reaching are required. Must be able to lift 20 lbs. from floor and from overhead, 40 lbs. from waist height and be able to handle, move or transfer articles of 100 lbs. regularly and over 100 lbs. periodically; in concert with other employees/person(s) and/or lifting device; exercise good body mechanics in execution of essential duties, including appropriate back and neck posture.

Working Conditions: Frequent exposure to communicable disease via blood and body fluids. Frequent exposure to infectious diseases, radiation, anti-neoplastic agents, and hostile persons at times. Works with sharps and other potentially biohazardous material.

Age-Specific Competencies: Persons generally grow and develop in stages that are related to their age. Age specific competence means that the employee is aware of physical, psychosocial and/or learning needs of patients of different ages. Employees consider these needs when planning and providing care for the patient or when interacting with the patient or family.
Human development can be divided into eight stages. In each stage the individual has a primary task to accomplish or master. Each task is important throughout the life span but is most critical at a particular stage.
• Infant (0-1 year): The infant must learn to trust that his/her needs will be met.
• Toddler (1-3 years): The toddler must learn to develop a sense of himself as an independent person and gain self-confidence and self-control.
• Pre-school child (3-6 years): The pre-school child must develop a sense if initiating (being able to explore the world and start projects).
• School age child (6-12 years): The school age child must develop a sense to his/her own self-worth through accomplishments and interaction with others.
• Adolescent (13-20 years): the adolescent must develop his/her own identity.
• Young adult (21-43 years): The young adult must develop close relationships.
• Middle adult (44-65 years): The middle adult must develop a sense of community and assume responsibility for others.
• Older adult (65 years and older): The older adult must come to understand the meaning of his/her life in terms of what has been accomplished.

Texas County Memorial Hospital is a tobacco-free smoke-free facility.

Certified Surgical Tech – Perioperative Services – PRN

Job Posting
Certified Surgical Tech
Perioperative Services
PRN

Under the general supervision of the Perioperative Services Supervisor, the OR Scrub Tech/Surgical Assistant is a professional caregiver who works with Anesthesia, surgeons and other surgical personnel in patient care before, during and after surgery.  The OR Scrub Tech/Surgical Assistant uses sterile technique and technical equipment to perform surgical procedures.  Assures operating suite is adequately prepared for procedures.  Monitor PAR levels of all surgical instruments and supplies.  Cleans and sterilizes all surgical instruments.  Participates in departmental staff meetings and performance improvement activities.

Education:  Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing, Practical Nurse, or Surgical Technologist program preferred.  Current BCLS certification.

Experience:  Minimum one (1) year work experience in the OR/PACU setting is preferred, but not required.  Surgical Assistant should have a total of two (2) years scrub experience.

Licensure, Registration, Certification:  Current Missouri licensure.  RN, RNFA, LPN-IV, or CST/CFA.

Mental/Physical Requirements:  (may be met with or without reasonable accommodations): Considerable mental concentration required.  Nearly constant Standing, walking, sitting, lifting, turning carrying, pushing, pulling, stooping, crouching, twisting, and reaching are required.  Must be able to lift 20 lbs. from floor and from overhead, 40 lbs. from waist height and be able to handle, move or transfer articles of 100 lbs. regularly and over 100 lbs. periodically; in concert with other employees/person(s) and/or lifting device; exercise good body mechanics in execution of essential duties, including appropriate back and neck posture.  Must have ability to pull retractors and hold patient extremities during surgery.  While on call, must be able to be present in hospital within thirty (30) minutes for STAT callback.

Working Conditions:  Frequent exposure to communicable disease via blood and body fluids.  Frequent exposure to infectious diseases, radiation, anti-neoplastic agents, and hostile persons at times.  Works with sharps and other potentially biohazardous material.

Age-Specific Competencies: Persons generally grow and develop in stages that are related to their age. Age specific competence means that the employee is aware of physical, psychosocial and/or learning needs of patients of different ages. Employees consider these needs when planning and providing care for the patient or when interacting with the patient or family.

Human development can be divided into eight stages. In each stage the individual has a primary task to accomplish or master. Each task is important throughout the life span but is most critical at a particular stage.

  • Infant (0-1 year): The infant must learn to trust that his/her needs will be met.
  • Toddler (1-3 years): The toddler must learn to develop a sense of himself as an independent person and gain self-confidence and self-control.
  • Pre-school child (3-6 years): The pre-school child must develop a sense if initiating (being able to explore the world and start projects).
  • School age child (6-12 years): The school age child must develop a sense to his/her own self-worth through accomplishments and interaction with others.
  • Adolescent (13-20 years): the adolescent must develop his/her own identity.
  • Young adult (21-43 years): The young adult must develop close relationships.
  • Middle adult (44-65 years): The middle adult must develop a sense of community and assume responsibility for others.
  • Older adult (65 years and older): The older adult must come to understand the meaning of his/her life in terms of what has been accomplished.

 

Texas County Memorial Hospital is a tobacco-free smoke-free facility.

RN/PACU Nurse – Operating Room – PRN

Job Posting
RN/PACU Nurse

Operating Room
PRN

Under the general supervision of the Perioperative Services Supervisor, the Circulating/PACU Nurse is a professional caregiver who provides direct patient care to pediatric through geriatric populations.  Addresses the psychosocial, physical and general aspects of care related to the surgical/PACU environments.  Communicates with surgeon and anesthetist continuously and as needed about patient condition.  Assists with the maintenance of surgical/PACU equipment and inventory.  Participates in performance improvement activities.  Assesses the Operating Room and PACU for equipment functioning and readiness, obtains supplies for individual cases, and ensures all appropriate needs of surgical/PACU teams are met.  Monitors, positions and assists patient throughout surgical experience and intercedes to maintain optimum homeostatis (pre, intra and postoperatively).

Education:  Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing:  Associate Degree, Diploma, or BSN required.  Current ACLS certification is required.  Current BLS is required.

Experience:  Minimum of one (1) year work experience in the OR/PACU setting is preferred, but not required.

Licensure, Registration, Certification:  Current Missouri registered nurse licensure.

Mental/Physical Requirements:  (may be met with or without reasonable accommodations):  Considerable mental concentration required. While on call, must be able to be present in hospital within thirty (30) minutes for STAT callback.  Standing, walking, sitting, lifting, turning carrying, pushing, pulling, stooping, crouching, twisting, and reaching are required.  Must be able to lift 20 lbs. from floor and from overhead, 40 lbs. from waist height and be able to handle, move or transfer articles of 100 lbs. regularly and over 100 lbs. periodically; in concert with other employees/person(s) and/or lifting device; exercise good body mechanics in execution of essential duties, including appropriate back and neck posture.

Requirement: Must live within 30 miles of hospital to take call.

Working Conditions:  Frequent exposure to communicable disease via blood and body fluids.  Frequent exposure to infectious diseases, radiation, anti-neoplastic agents, and hostile persons at times.  Works with sharps and other potentially biohazardous material.

Age-Specific Competencies: Persons generally grow and develop in stages that are related to their age. Age specific competence means that the employee is aware of physical, psychosocial and/or learning needs of patients of different ages. Employees consider these needs when planning and providing care for the patient or when interacting with the patient or family.

Human development can be divided into eight stages. In each stage the individual has a primary task to accomplish or master. Each task is important throughout the life span but is most critical at a particular stage.

  • Infant (0-1 year): The infant must learn to trust that his/her needs will be met.
  • Toddler (1-3 years): The toddler must learn to develop a sense of himself as an independent person and gain self-confidence and self-control.
  • Pre-school child (3-6 years): The pre-school child must develop a sense if initiating (being able to explore the world and start projects).
  • School age child (6-12 years): The school age child must develop a sense to his/her own self-worth through accomplishments and interaction with others.
  • Adolescent (13-20 years): the adolescent must develop his/her own identity.
  • Young adult (21-43 years): The young adult must develop close relationships.
  • Middle adult (44-65 years): The middle adult must develop a sense of community and assume responsibility for others.
  • Older adult (65 years and older): The older adult must come to understand the meaning of his/her life in terms of what has been accomplished.

 

Texas County Memorial Hospital is a tobacco-free smoke-free facility.

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