CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Director of Nursing – Acute Care

Department: Acute Care       FLSA Status: Exempt   Reports To: CEO

Position Summary

As a clinical leader, the Nursing Director will be accountable for ensuring that Acute Care RNs, LPN’s, Certified Nursing Assistants, and support staff are all adhering to clinical protocols and following best practices. The Nursing Director will also play a leading role in developing, improving, and continually supporting the education initiatives of Acute Care. You will act as a coach and mentor to the nurses, drawing out the skills and talent in the department. Strong administrative skills will also be needed for this role. The Department Director will take the leading position in developing and controlling the departmental budget as well as ensuring the financial performance for the unit. The DON works with other departments such as, Radiology and the Laboratory team to ensure appropriate patient care and services are being performed as best as possible.

The DON must possess strong leadership qualities that instill trust and confidence into the Nursing Team and Patients.


Qualifications

            Education

§  Preferred: Bachelor of Science in Nursing, clinical nursing experience in the acute care setting.

Licenses and Certifications

·         Required: Active and unencumbered RN license in Wyoming

·         BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC 

                Experience

§  At least 3 years in related health field

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

§  Excellent patient care skills.

§  Professional and discrete manner at all times.

§  Ability to communicate effectively and verbally as well as the ability to follow verbal and written instructions

§  Must have experience with Electronic Health Records Program, Outlook and other Microsoft Office Programs.

Hours of Work – Shift Work/On Call


COVID Coordinator – Full Time

Department: COVID       FLSA Status: Non-Exempt   Reports To: DON  


Position Summary

The COVID Coordinator will carry out all directives given to him/her by the Director of Nursing and by the Medical Director. The purpose of the COVID Coordinator is to manage the administrative tasks associated with COVID-19 while being available for Ambulances calls.

Essential Functions

§  Maintains equipment tracking and bio med schedules

§  Accurately reports COVID related data 

§  Manages ordering, stocking and outdates for the Emergency Department, Acute Care, LTC and Clinics

§  Actively participates ensuring constant ambulance availability by covering EMS driving shifts

§  Operates and maintains ambulances in accordance with Wyoming state laws and CCMSD EMS policy and procedures

§  Other duties as assigned

Qualifications

           

Education

§  Have and maintain a current National Registry EMT and WY-EMS license (preferred but not required).

§  ICS 100, 200 and 700 certified within 30 days of employment. 

§  Must have a valid driver’s license and an acceptable driving record

§  Current BLS

§  Preferred PHTLS



Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) - PRN

Department: Laboratory     FLSA Status: Non-Exempt       Reports To: Laboratory Supervisor

Position Summary

Obtain, labels and delivers patient specimens, ensuring accurate identification and assisting in timely reporting of laboratory results.  Performs various clinical testing including chemical, microscopic and bacteriologic to obtain data for use in diagnosis and treatment of diseases.  Demonstrates a commitment to cost effectiveness and to customer satisfaction by establishing and maintaining cooperative relationships, by promoting professionalism and by communicating effectively.  Promotes a safe work environment.  Performs a variety of support functions (i.e.:  preventive maintenance, phone, clerical, computer, etc.).  The Medical Laboratory Technician will report to authorized personnel, to include the Medical Laboratory Scientist and the Laboratory Supervisor.

Qualifications

            Education

§  Must possess an Associates of Science in Medical Technology, Applied Science or Equivalent.

§  Must possess or obtain ASCP registry or equivalent as MLT.

               Experience

§  Experience involving the use of clinical information programs preferred.

§  Experience with varied laboratory instrumentation preferred.

§  Experience with varied phlebotomy skills preferred.


Hours of Work


§  Week Days/On Call for all other hours to maintain 24 hour coverage.



Paramedic

Department: EMS       FLSA Status: Non-Exempt   Reports To: EMS Coordinator   

Position Summary

The Paramedic (EMT-P) will carry out all directives given to him/her by the EMS Coordinator and by the Medical Director. He/she will ensure that optimal emergency medical services are rendered to the City of Sundance and in the areas of Crook County for which the service is responsible.

Essential Functions

§  Operates and maintains ambulances in accordance with Wyoming state laws and Sundance EMS policy and procedures.

§  Assists in patient care in accordance with SEMS policy and procedure.

§  Effectively and actively assesses his/her abilities and requests assistance as necessary for safe patient care.

§  Attends and participates in at least 80% of all squad meetings and in-service trainings.

§  Maintains a focus on education to include timely recertification’s Crook County Medical Services District (CCMSD) required education, and other opportunities of higher level education.

§  Actively participates ensuring constant ambulance availability by covering a minimum of 1 shifts a month.

§  Other duties may be assigned.

Qualifications

            Education

§  Have and maintain a current National Registry EMT-P and WY-EMS license.  

§  ICS 100, 200 and 700 certified within 30 days of employment. 

§  Current BLS, ACLS and PALS

§  PHTLS

                Experience

                    N/A

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

§  Excellent patient care skills.

§  Professional and discrete manner at all times.

§  Ability to communicate effectively and verbally as well as the ability to follow verbal and written instructions

Annual/ Biannual Education and Competency

·         OSHA

·         Approved Emergency Vehicle Operations Course

·         Medicine/ Equipment/ Vehicle Operations

Hours of Work – Shift Work/On Call



Housekeeper

Department: Housekeeping           FLSA Status: Non-Exempt       Reports To: Maintenance Supervisor

Position Summary

This position is responsible for maintaining a clean and sanitary environment for all patients, residents, visitors and staff members. Personnel will operate various types of cleaning equipment both electrical and mechanical, collect waste, sanitize, dust, mop and replenish supplies.

Essential Functions

§  Maintaining the environment/cleanliness of the hospital

§  Vacuum all carpeted areas daily.

§  Clean restrooms daily with germicidal solution

§  Empty all trash receptacles daily.

§  Mop all tile and vinyl floors with germicidal solution daily

§  Strip, wax and buff floors as needed

§  Dust and clean all patient and resident rooms daily with germicidal solution

§  Sanitize trash cans monthly

§  Wash walls, beds, ceilings, windows, and heaters as scheduled

§  Collect infectious waste, per policy and procedure reads, established by infection control committee

§  Other duties may be assigned.

Qualifications

Education

§  Minimum age sixteen (16)


Experience

§  General cleaning experience  


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

§  Professional and discrete manner at all times

§  Ability to work as a team player at all times

§  Organized and timely

§  Must understand written safety directions to mix chemicals and demonstrate proper material handling


Hours of Work

§  Monday-Friday some Saturdays



Registered Nurse – Acute Care

Reports To: Director of Patient Services               Status: Non-Exempt 

Location: Crook County Medical Services District


POSITION SUMMARY


Assess patient health problems and needs, develop and implement nursing care plans, and maintain medical records. Administer nursing care to ill, injured, convalescent, or disabled patients. May advise patients on health maintenance and disease prevention or provide case management. Acts as a resource to co-workers. Maintains positive attitude and string problem solving skills.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


Essential duties and requirements include the following (Other duties may be assigned):


•          Effectively utilizes the nursing process. Completes admission history on all admits on shift.

•           Plans nursing care with achievable goals. Completes preliminary care plans on all admissions. Updates and adds to care plans for patients assigned to care during shift. Patient problems are identified and documented on the patient's individualized care plan.

•           Implements patient care plans and provides care according to standards and established procedure. Identified patient problems, goals, and plan of care reflects knowledge of clinical conditions and current trends in therapy and care.

•           Evaluates the care delivered to patients, their responses to that care and documents care in Nurses notes.

•           Promotes continuity of patient care in written care plans, nurses' notes, shift report, and communication with other departments.

•           Discharge planning is initiated on all admits during shift of admission. Completes discharge planning as appropriate on all patients discharged during shift. Provides for discharge instructions and education as appropriate and arranges for follow up care as needed.

•           Documentation is appropriate, timely and complete.

•           Work is organized and prioritized.

•           Identified patient/family educational needs are documented on the patient care plan and discharge planning worksheet.

•           Educational materials and demonstrations are provide and patient/family response to education is documented on the patient's medical record.

•           Acts as a liaison among patients' families and physicians.

•           Implements the orientation process by acting as preceptor to new employees.

•           Assists coworkers as necessary. Assures that patient care is not interrupted because of out of stock or out of date items. Stock levels are periodically reviewed for adequate supply, current dates, and appropriate item and needs for additional items/adjusted levels are communicated appropriately.

•           Keeps coworkers informed of pertinent information on patients every shift change.

•           Communicates information appropriately to coworkers, superiors, physicians, providers, and families.

•           Maintains professional accountability for own actions.

•           Provides support to the Director of Patient Services on up-grading the quality of nursing care by assisting with policy and procedure changes, achievement of goals for acute care and serving as a resource person. Demonstrates an attitude of helpfulness and cooperation.

•           Maintains professional accountability. Cooperates in a positive manner to implement change to ensure compliance with the Standards of Nursing Practice and implementation of the Nursing Process and policies and procedures. Changes affecting nursing care are implemented in a positive manner.

•           Meets identified educational goals by attendance at in-services and education programs.

•           Sets professional goals and reviews and updates goals annually.

•           Adheres to infection control, employee health, fire and safety, hazardous materials, and quality improvement principles and attends these in-services. Maintains current Hepatitis B immunity, TB testing and other vaccines as recommended by state or facility. Practices exposure control measures.

            Attends trainings and meetings as scheduled.

•           All other duties as assigned.


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

Certified Nursing Assistants

Licensed Practical Nurses


QUALIFICATIONS


Education


·         Licensed Registered Nurse in the State of Wyoming

·         Required: BLS, ACLS, PALS

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

·         Clinical Skills

·         Bedside Manner

·         Infection Control

·         Nursing Skills

·         Physiological Knowledge

·         Administering Medication

·         Medical Teamwork

·         Multi-tasking

·         Listening

·         Verbal Communication

·         Health Promotion and Maintenance

·         Must have experience with Electronic Health Records Program, Outlook and other Microsoft Office Programs.



TRAVEL

May travel to continuing education workshops and/or fill in at other Departments and Clinics as needed.


SKILLS

Excellent patient care skills. Professional and discrete manner at all times. Ability to work as a team player at all times. Possess strong grasp of clinical work flow in a community health center setting. Have experience involving the use of clinical information programs. Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.


COMPUTER SKILLS

Must have experience with Electronic Health Records Program, Outlook and other Microsoft Office Programs.


EMPLOYEE EXPECTATIONS

All staff members are expected to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the mission, vision and values under which CCMSD operates. They must be an active, positive participant of the team while maintaining confidentiality regarding those served, co-workers and refen-al/funding sources. They must also treat all persons with respect, courtesy and dignity, be on time and regular in attendance, and show up for work with a positive attitude. Employee will care for patients and work with other employees of all cultural and religious backgrounds. Patterns of absences or tardiness are not acceptable. It is required to refrain from spreading rumors, gossiping or other non-productive forms of conversation, at work or away from the workplace. Must maintain HIP AA compliance at all times and be willing to participate in CCMSD's mandatory training programs. Be professional and discrete in manner at all times. Maintain good public relations between the community and CCMSD.


PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand; walk; sit; and use hands/fingers to handle or feel. The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.


WORK ENVIRONMENT

Employee generally works within the interior of a healthcare environment. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Employee may travel locally between multiple worksites and be responsible for own transportation. Out of area travel may be required on occasion. Hours of operation and specific staff scheduling may vary between worksite based on operational need. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Work under stressful conditions as well as irregular hours may be required. Frequent exposure to communicable diseases, body fluids, toxic substances, medicinal preparations, radiation, and other conditions common to a healthcare environment may routinely be encountered.


*Nothing in this job description restricts the right of CCMSD management team to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.



*PRN Position*
Ambulance Driver

Essential Functions:
§ Operates and maintains ambulances in accordance with Wyoming state laws and Sundance EMS policy and procedures.
§ Safely drive the ambulance to transport patients as quickly as possible to medical facilities for care.
§ To keep the ambulance sanitary and germ-free, ambulance drivers thoroughly sanitize the vehicle and remove soiled linens and contaminated supplies
§ Ambulance drivers make daily entries into a driving log. This information includes addresses, trip times, mileage, and services performed.
§ They inspect the ambulance and report any deficiencies for repair. Fuel, oil, transmission fluid, coolant, and wiper fluid levels are checked and topped off if necessary.



Please send all resumes to:
Chelsea Chapin

307-283-3501 x343


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