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- To provide and coordinate high quality patient care in all areas of the Heart and Vascular Center upon the order of a licensed physician and in accordance with the mission and philosophy of CHI St. Alexius Health. Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Demonstrates technical and professional knowledge in patient care through job knowledge, productivity, critical thinking and leadership. - Manages routine use and quality control requirements of angiography equipment. - Adheres to established radiation safety protocols for all personnel inside the procedure room. - Assesses patient relative to requested procedure by collecting pertinent data about the patient and procedure and uses professional judgement to analyze data to select the most appropriate and cost-effective products for completing the requested procedure. - Prepares past imaging of patient for physicians by pulling them onto the Leo. - Assists in patient education related to procedure. - Sets up, maintains, and monitors the sterile field assuring the highest standards of sterile technique are maintained during the procedure. - Prepares the patient for the procedure assuring that the highest standards are maintained; prepares and administers contrast; performs exams under the supervision and direction of the physician to include imaging, scrubbing and circulating. - Manages the imaging equipment demonstrating expert visualization and localization of anatomy during angiography procedures. - Manages and assists the physician with specialized equipment used for diagnostic or interventional purposes and emergent situations. - Facilitates the delivery of completed exams for physician interpretation, using current imaging technology such as: using appropriate modality or technologist work list management, linking exams, performing exception handling in a timely manner, creates exam memo when appropriate, organizes presentation states, and works professionally with the physician ensuring quality techniques in imaging protocol and timely reporting of exams. - Protects patients and employees by adhering to infection control policies and protocols. - Utilize CPT coding for all procedures, staying current on the charging CPT coding system. - Maintains room supplies by restocking and preparing room for the next exam. - Adheres to HIPPAA regulations and CHI St. Alexius Health policies. - Successfully completes the 4 defined job specific competencies, including competencies for age specific, as appropriate. May exceed by completing an additional 2 or more competencies deemed for area selected for that fiscal year. - Takes action to achieve personal goals from performance appraisal. - Assists Heart and Vascular Clinical Coordinator with establishing and implementing the department goals. - Attendance at Heart and Vascular Department meetings. - Work attendance will be according to the Heart and Vascular policy, trend will be monitored by the Director. - Assists in meeting Core Measure and Quality Control thresholds.
Job ID
2020-118518
Department
Cath Lab
Facility
CHI St. Alexius Bismarck
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: To provide and coordinate high quality patient care in all areas of the Heart and Vascular Center upon the order of a licensed physician and in accordance with the mission and philosophy of CHI St. Alexius Health.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: - Scope of Practice and Professional Issues: - Demonstrates technical and professional knowledge in patient care through job knowledge, productivity, critical thinking and leadership. - Manages routine use and quality control requirements of angiography equipment. - Adheres to established radiation safety protocols for all personnel inside the procedure room. - Assesses patient relative to requested procedure by collecting pertinent data about the patient and procedure and uses professional judgement to analyze data to select the most appropriate and cost-effective products for completing the requested procedure. - Assists in patient education related to procedure. - Sets up, maintains, and monitors the sterile field assuring the highest standards of sterile technique are maintained during the procedure. - Prepares the patient for the procedure assuring that the highest standards are maintained; prepares and administers contrast; performs exams under the supervision and direction of the IR physician to include imaging, scrubbing and circulating. - Manages the imaging equipment demonstrating expert visualization and localization of anatomy during angiography procedures. - Manages and assists the physician with specialized equipment used for diagnostic or interventional purposes and emergent situations. - Facilitates the delivery of completed exams for physician interpretation, using current imaging technology such as: using appropriate modality or technologist work list management, linking exams, performing exception handling in a timely manner, creates exam memo when appropriate, organizes presentation states, and works professionally with the physician ensuring quality techniques in imaging protocol and timely reporting of exams. - Protects patients and employees by adhering to infection control policies and protocols. - Utilize CPT coding for all procedures, staying current on the charging CPT coding system. - Maintains room supplies by restocking and preparing room for the next exam. - Adheres to HIPPAA regulations and St. Alexius Medical Center policies. - Successfully completes the 4 defined job specific competencies, including competencies for age specific, as appropriate. May exceed by completing an additional 2 or more competencies deemed for area selected for that fiscal year. - Takes action to achieve personal goals from performance appraisal. - Assists Heart and Vascular Clinical Coordinator with establishing and implementing the department goals. - Attendance at Heart and Vascular Department meetings. - Work attendance will be according to the Heart and Vascular policy, trend will be monitored by the Director. - Assists in meeting Core Measure and Quality Control thresholds.  
Job ID
2020-112782
Department
Interventional Radiology
Facility
CHI St. Alexius Bismarck
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
What you will do:  - Transports, registers, accessions, receives, and prepares biological specimens from all patient age groups for analysis using procedures consistent with safe work practices and proper laboratory techniques; maintains specimen integrity. - Organizes and prioritizes workload using LEAN principles for the most efficient, accurate, and timely collection and processing of specimens in order to meet quality standards of laboratory testing. - Uses appropriate customer service skills (cordial, positive attitude, helpfulness) in encounters with patients, families of patients, visitors, and other members of the healthcare team that result in high levels of customer satisfaction for the organization. - If required by facility: performs maintenance, quality control, testing of proficiency samples, and records results in the Laboratory Information System. - Ensures accurate and timely registration, billing, and audits of reference lab patients and outpatients; Follows up on investigation into medical necessity, diagnosis, and order clarification as appropriate. - Performs general lab duties as required: answering phones, monitoring pneumatic tube, ordering and distributing supplies, cleaning work areas, documenting temperatures, printing and distributing results, etc.
Job ID
2020-130215
Department
Laboratory Services
Facility
CHI Health Creighton University - Bergan Mercy
Shift
Evening
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
What you will do:   - Transports, registers, accessions, receives, and prepares biological specimens from all patient age groups for analysis using procedures consistent with safe work practices and proper laboratory techniques; maintains specimen integrity. - Organizes and prioritizes workload using LEAN principles for the most efficient, accurate, and timely collection and processing of specimens in order to meet quality standards of laboratory testing. - Uses appropriate customer service skills (cordial, positive attitude, helpfulness) in encounters with patients, families of patients, visitors, and other members of the healthcare team that result in high levels of customer satisfaction for the organization. - If required by facility: performs maintenance, quality control, testing of proficiency samples, and records results in the Laboratory Information System. - Ensures accurate and timely registration, billing, and audits of reference lab patients and outpatients; Follows up on investigation into medical necessity, diagnosis, and order clarification as appropriate. - Performs general lab duties as required: answering phones, monitoring pneumatic tube, ordering and distributing supplies, cleaning work areas, documenting temperatures, printing and distributing results, etc. mclabnebraska
Job ID
2020-111019
Department
Laboratory Services
Facility
CHI Health Creighton University - Bergan Mercy
Shift
Night
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
In accordance with our mission and core values, the licensed speech/language pathologist will evaluate and treat patients with communication and swallowing disorders and regional accents utilizing specialized knowledge, judgement and therapeutic skills to return the patient to the highest functional level possible.  The S/LP will develop treatment plans ensuring multi disciplinary team involvement to meet established goals that follow practice guidelines, regulatory standards and department procedures.   1.  Evaluation/Assessment - Performs evaluation/assessment using critical judgement and clinical decision making. - Accurately documents and interprets findings from evaluation/assessment. - Coordinates objective test procedures, patient history and subjective information. - Understands the importance of physiologic and social information provided in the patient's record and its impact on treatment and expected outcomes. - Provides ongoing evaluation/assessment. - Ensures completion of the Initial Evaluation and Discharge Summary according to department and hospital policy. -  Maintains patient progress notes according to department and hospital policy. 2.  Establishes and maintains plan of care - Utilizes information about patients' pre admit/pre occurrence status to establish goals and develop treatment plan. - Develops speech/language therapy treatment plan to support the patient’s goals and is reasonable given the identified problems or deficits. - Evaluates and documents the patient’s response to the treatment plan and makes changes as appropriate.  Alters FIM scores as appropriate. 3.  Maintaining Patient Treatments - Obtains or verifies all physician orders for procedures/therapies. - Ensures patient’s informed consent of procedures and therapies. - Assures the presence of appropriate supplies/equipment to perform ordered procedure/therapies. - Performs or assist in therapeutic treatment or procedures according to protocol, standards and department policy. - Performs ongoing comprehensive patient assessment and documentation during therapeutic procedures. - Evaluates and documents the patients response to therapy through progress or lack of progress. - Monitors the patient care record for information on the patient's condition, discharge plan and other multi -disciplinary caregiver notes that are pertinent to the ongoing speech/language therapy being provided. - Coordinates and documents communication between patient, patient’s family, and the multi disciplinary team to support the treatment plan. - Ensures effective and wise use of resources, monitoring for cost containment. 4.  Teaching - Assesses the patient’s and significant other’s knowledge base, ability and readiness to learn based on their developmental age. - Identifies and utilizes multi disciplinary team members to provide comprehensive education for patient, self and others. - Incorporates teaching principles and methods appropriate to knowledge base, ability and readiness to learn and based on developmental age. - Demonstrates knowledge in area of teaching and available resources for patients, student interns and staff education. - Documents ongoing or completion of patient instruction/education in the patient record. - Documents student intern or staff education as per facility and department policy. - Evaluates the teaching process. 5.  Leadership - Participates in peer review. - Provides learning opportunities and contributes to the orientation of team members, per diem personnel and students. - Identifies and implements educational opportunities for the staff. - Serves as a clinical instructor and role model for new employees and students. - Utilizes conflict resolution to promote a cohesive team. - Delegates tasks based on patient load, staffing, patient acuity and departmental needs.
Job ID
2020-133154
Department
Rehab Services PT / OT / Speech
Facility
CHI St. Vincent Health
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
AR-SHERWOOD
What you’ll do: * Evaluate hearing or speech and language test results, barium swallow results, or medical or background information to diagnose and plan treatment for speech, language, fluency, voice, or swallowing disorders * Maintain proper documentation such patient information, initial evaluation, treatment, progress, and discharge   Why you should choose us: What sets us apart from other healthcare organizations? How much time do you have? In short, it all starts with our current employees. They believe in living our mission to provide compassion to everyone. We, in turn, believe that growing and supporting our people allows us to deliver a higher degree of quality care to our patients. CHI advocates for all who live in the communities we serve, especially the most vulnerable. Choose an organization who will champion your talents and nurture your career. Choose CHI!
Job ID
2020-134168
Department
Speech Language Pathology
Facility
CHI Health Creighton University - Bergan Mercy
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Job Summary: Evaluates and treats patients with communication, speech and swallowing disorders to improve communication skills through vocal exercises and cognitive therapies in accordance with FHS policies/guidelines, regulatory requirements and the standards of the profession.  Work includes indirect patient care activities such as; documentation, scheduling, family training, attendance at rounds, interaction with the Interdisciplinary Team, participation in staff meetings, ordering supplies, and contributing to continuous quality control and performance improvement. Incumbents are also accountable for responding effectively to legal, patient rights, safety, maintenance, and emergency situations; participating in continuing education, staff development, self-directed learning and overseeing the performance of and providing performance feedback of staff, aides, students, volunteers as requested.   Essential Duties: - Performs patient assessment/data collection and formulates treatment plans for individuals with disorders of cognition, communication and swallow; reviews goals and treatment plan with patient and/or caregiver. - Implements and updates a treatment plan that includes: consultation with other disciplines; communication of recommendations to referral sources; and participation in team decision-making. - Completes all required documentation, in an accurate and thorough manner, of speech language pathology treatment in accordance with FHS documentation standard.
Job ID
2020-123805
Department
Speech Language Pathology
Facility
CHI Franciscan St. Joseph Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
JOB SUMMARY - The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) is responsible for maintaining standards of professional and ethical practice following the guidelines of the State of Texas Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. The SLP delivers quality therapy services to patients of all age groups by performing evaluations and developing individual treatment plans and goals to maximize functional outcomes. The SLP actively participates in discharge planning, implements the treatment program, and reassesses treatment results. Services are delivered within the framework of an interdisciplinary team approach, including significant others, and the patient. These services are delivered in compliance with St. Joseph Regional Rehabilitation Center's mission, ethical standards, and policies and procedures.  ACCOUNTABILITIES - ESSENTIAL - Establishes and demonstrates appropriate therapeutic procedures based upon goals set for patient and treatment disorder.  Regulates rehabilitation guidelines for diet consistencies and swallow precautions.   - score: N/A - Utilizes objective tests and measures appropriately for varying diagnoses.  Establishes appropriate treatment plans and goals with specified time frames. - score: N/A - Maintains timely and accurate medical records.  Records legibly in patient charts.  Completes reports in an organized, thorough and timely manner.  Completes all tasks requested by the Lead Speech-Language Pathologist in a timely manner. - score: N/A - Fosters communication with other therapists, physicians, nurses, volunteers, patients and families and other hospital personnel to establish department support.  Attends and provides quality input to team conferences, departmental meetings and other hospital meetings.   - score: N/A - Attends departmental and hospital in-services. Attends one seminar/conference annually. - score: N/A - Provides department specific orientation to new employees as instructed by the Lead Speech-Language Pathologist. Provides dysphagia education to new nursing employees through nursing orientation. Assists in teaching/training new/current rehabilitation techs/nursing assistants. - score: N/A - Completes all patient and family education. Provides information on outside resources to meet the patient's specific needs. - score: N/A - OTHER - Performs other duties as assigned to meet the organization`s needs. #missioncritical
Job ID
2020-115926
Department
Speech Language Pathology
Facility
CHI St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-BRYAN
Per Diem, Day Shift, Saint Joseph Main Hospital
Job ID
2020-115528
Department
Speech Language Pathology
Facility
CHI Saint Joseph Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
KY-LEXINGTON
Job Summary:  Dynamic team of highly skilled and collaborative clinicians working to cover an Adult population for Inpatient & OP needs of a 240 bed Level II Trauma center. - Evaluates and treats patients with communication, speech and swallowing disorders to improve communication skills through vocal exercises and cognitive therapies in accordance with FHS policies/guidelines, regulatory requirements and the standards of the profession.  Work includes indirect patient care activities such as; documentation, scheduling, family training, attendance at rounds, interaction with the Interdisciplinary Team, participation in staff meetings, ordering supplies, and contributing to continuous quality control and performance improvement. - Incumbents are also accountable for responding effectively to legal, patient rights, safety, maintenance, and emergency situations; participating in continuing education, staff development, self-directed learning and overseeing the performance of and providing performance feedback of staff, aides, students, volunteers as requested.  Essential Duties:  Performs patient assessment/data collection and formulates treatment plans for individuals with disorders of cognition, communication and swallow; reviews goals and treatment plan with patient and/or caregiver. Implements and updates a treatment plan that includes: consultation with other disciplines; communication of recommendations to referral sources; and participation in team decision-making. Completes all required documentation, in an accurate and thorough manner, of speech language pathology treatment in accordance with FHS documentation standard.  Additional Responsibilities:   Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.  
Job ID
2020-106952
Department
Speech Language Pathology
Facility
CHI Franciscan St. Joseph Medical Center
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-TACOMA
JOB SUMMARY - The Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) is responsible for maintaining standards of professional and ethical practice following the guidelines of the State of Texas Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. The SLP delivers quality therapy services to patients of all age groups by performing evaluations and developing individual treatment plans and goals to maximize functional outcomes. The SLP actively participates in discharge planning, implements the treatment program, and reassesses treatment results. Services are delivered within the framework of an interdisciplinary team approach, including significant others, and the patient. These services are delivered in compliance with St. Joseph Regional Rehabilitation Center's mission, ethical standards, and policies and procedures.    ACCOUNTABILITIES - ESSENTIAL - Establishes and demonstrates appropriate therapeutic procedures based upon goals set for patient and treatment disorder.  Regulates rehabilitation guidelines for diet consistencies and swallow precautions.   - score: N/A - Utilizes objective tests and measures appropriately for varying diagnoses.  Establishes appropriate treatment plans and goals with specified time frames. - score: N/A - Maintains timely and accurate medical records.  Records legibly in patient charts.  Completes reports in an organized, thorough and timely manner.  Completes all tasks requested by the Lead Speech-Language Pathologist in a timely manner. - score: N/A - Fosters communication with other therapists, physicians, nurses, volunteers, patients and families and other hospital personnel to establish department support.  Attends and provides quality input to team conferences, departmental meetings and other hospital meetings.   - score: N/A - Attends departmental and hospital in-services. Attends one seminar/conference annually. - score: N/A - Provides department specific orientation to new employees as instructed by the Lead Speech-Language Pathologist. Provides dysphagia education to new nursing employees through nursing orientation. Assists in teaching/training new/current rehabilitation techs/nursing assistants. - score: N/A - Completes all patient and family education. Provides information on outside resources to meet the patient's specific needs. - score: N/A - OTHER - Performs other duties as assigned to meet the organization`s needs.
Job ID
2020-117126
Department
Speech Therapy-Hha
Facility
CHI St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-MADISONVILLE
GENERAL SUMMARY: Provides evaluation consultation, and treatment of patients with speech, language, voice, cognitive, and swallowing deficits. Provides on-going speech/language therapy to patients of diverse ages and their families.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Performs evaluations and treatments to a diverse population in a variety of settings and completes supporting documentation according to hospital policy (based on assignment). - Appropriately establishes and reviews: plan of care; goals and priorities with team (including patient/family); treatment in response to changing patient needs; educational needs of patient/caregivers; discharge plan/follow-up care needs. - Complies with department, hospital, and regulatory agency guidelines with respect to ethics, legal issues and supervisory relationships. Demonstrates professional accountability per Speech – Language Pathology Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. - Demonstrates appropriate and effective written, verbal, and non-verbal communication with team members through the continuum of care. - Protects patient confidentiality in regard to medical, emotional, and social status. - Advocates for the profession through memberships, affiliations, continuing education, community service and legislative support.
Job ID
2020-130262
Department
Adult Clinic
Facility
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
Pay Scale: $34.29 - $45.59 Shift: Casual Part Time, Varied Days, 8am - 5pm Job Summary:  Under the direction of the Home Health Therapist Supervisor, the Home Health/Hospice Speech/Language Pathologist is a licensed professional who is legally and ethically responsible for planning, administering and continually evaluating a corrective rehabilitative treatment program for medically referred patients.  The position requires work in critical and special care areas.  The therapist schedules, evaluates, plans and implements treatment programs according to the principles and practices of speech/language pathology.  Essential Functions: - Performs an appropriate evaluation of the patient and determines the most effective treatment plan. - Evaluates the patient by performing and interpreting tests and measures. - Plans and implements treatment program on the basis of test findings and within the parameters of the physician referral with periodic review of the plan of care. - Administers' treatments, including, but not limited to: speech disorders of articulation, fluency and voice, language disorders of loss verbal fluency, word finding difficulty, loss of grammar and syntax, auditory comprehension problems, reading difficulty, written expression and writing problems and change in cognitive skills, swallowing dysfunction e.g. dysphasia due to mechanical, paralytics, pseudobulbar, pseudo and vocal cord dysfunction, and aural disorders e.g. speech reading and auditory discrimination. - Maintains communication with physicians regarding their patient’s evaluation/treatment and progress in accordance with policy statements. - Establishes and teaches home programs that include verbal and/or written instructions as appropriate. - Participates in patient care/discharge conferences as necessary. - Applies appropriate psychological and sociological principles in motivating and instructing the patient and/or family. - Maintains documentation of evaluations and treatment in accordance with the state, federal and JCAHO departmental standards. - Discusses condition and treatment course of patients with the physician, Home Health Lead Therapist Assistant, Director of Rehabilitation Services, and Home Health/Hospice Manager when appropriate. - Schedules patients in an efficient and appropriate manner. - Possess knowledge, skills and/or flexibility to be able to perform adequately in acute medical/surgical/critical care units, outpatient, extended care facilities, and home health. - Obtains and instructs patients with augmentative communication devises as appropriate. - Communicates with interdisciplinary team members individually or at regularly scheduled case conferences, of the ongoing identified needs of the patient and any changes in the treatment plan to assure coordinated implementation of the care plan. - Complies with hospice plan of care and understands hospice philosophy of care.  Maintains contact with Hospice Patient Care Coordinator or primary RN when working with hospice patients. - Interviews patient, family, caregivers, significant others to obtain information about home environment, family relationships, health and psychosocial history.  
Job ID
2020-107068
Department
Home Health
Facility
CHI Mercy Health of Roseburg
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
OR-ROSEBURG
Job Summary:   Dynamic team of highly skilled and collaborative clinicians working to cover an Adult population for Inpatient & OP needs of a 240 bed Level II Trauma center.   - Evaluates and treats patients with communication, speech and swallowing disorders to improve communication skills through vocal exercises and cognitive therapies in accordance with FHS policies/guidelines, regulatory requirements and the standards of the profession.  Work includes indirect patient care activities such as; documentation, scheduling, family training, attendance at rounds, interaction with the Interdisciplinary Team, participation in staff meetings, ordering supplies, and contributing to continuous quality control and performance improvement. - Incumbents are also accountable for responding effectively to legal, patient rights, safety, maintenance, and emergency situations; participating in continuing education, staff development, self-directed learning and overseeing the performance of and providing performance feedback of staff, aides, students, volunteers as requested.     Essential Duties:   Performs patient assessment/data collection and formulates treatment plans for individuals with disorders of cognition, communication and swallow; reviews goals and treatment plan with patient and/or caregiver. Implements and updates a treatment plan that includes: consultation with other disciplines; communication of recommendations to referral sources; and participation in team decision-making. Completes all required documentation, in an accurate and thorough manner, of speech language pathology treatment in accordance with FHS documentation standard.   Additional Responsibilities:    Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.    
Job ID
2020-134510
Department
Speech Language Pathology
Facility
CHI Franciscan St. Joseph Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
Reporting to the Mission Lead, the Spiritual Caregiver offers support and care for patients and staff. This is accomplished through direct interaction and participation in planning and presentation of daily and special occasion mission activities. The Spiritual Caregiver plays a key role in shaping the culture of Mercy Hospital (VC), a culture grounded in CHI’s core values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence and expressed in spirituality reflective of the heritage and faith traditions on which CHI is founded. The Spiritual Caregiver collaborates with others to provide for the spiritual needs of patients, families, and staff.     A. Plans and coordinates spiritual care activities to enable the hospital to effectively meet the spiritual needs of patients, residents, families and staff. B. Coordinates and provides for worship and sacramental needs of patients and residents. C. Visits and comforts patients/residents/family members, giving priority to the critically ill and those who have expressed a desire for a pastoral visit. D. Provides opportunity for cultivating spirituality in the workplace. Assists with planning, organizing, and delegating prayer services, reflections, and employee enrichment programs; provides opportunities for cultivating spirituality in the workplace and provides leadership for specially designed CHI celebrations E. Participates in the Valley City Ministerial Association as a means to facilitate clergy-hospital relations. F. Participates on Ethics Committee and acts as member of Ethics Team. G. Consults the nursing staff, social services, medical staff, and other personnel to resolve issues affecting patients, etc. and arranges for assistance they may require. H. Coordinates 24-hour coverage of emergency calls. I. Participates on special projects, as directed or requested, including representation of the hospital at inter-faith meetings and community events. J. Serves on hospital-wide committees, as may be appropriate. K. Serves on trauma team. L. Complies with Infection Control Practices.  
Job ID
2020-111320
Department
Chaplaincy Services & Pastoral Care
Facility
CHI Mercy Health of Valley City
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
ND-VALLEY CITY
Position Summary: Designs, develops, configures, and implements solutions to resolve medium to complex technical and business issues related to related to information security, identity management, user access authentication, authorization, user provisioning, and /or role-based access control. Designs, develops, and implements solutions to successfully integrate new information security and identity management systems with the existing architecture. Provides end-user support and works on multiple functions of medium to high complexity. Identifies and recommends functional, technicalogical and/or control solutions. May work on or drive one or more projects as part of a Security or Security Risk Management team. Acts as a subject matter expert (SME) for one or more security, IDM, or risk management areas. - Detects and identifies vulnerabilities in systems, including but not limited to databases, applications, network elements and devices, and data storage - Develop advanced custom scripts, programs, and application interfaces to enhance existing monitoring infrastructure as part of project team efforts - Pursue continuing education to maintain advanced knowledge of best practices, compliance requirements, and threats and trends in identity management and information security, translating into operational action items, policies, procedures, standards and guidelines as part of the IT Security team - Lead root-cause analysis efforts to determine improvement opportunities when failures occur. Contribute as lead and SME on incident research and resolution when appropriate, mentoring incident team members - Assist in Continual Service Improvement efforts by identifying opportunities for process improvement - Manage workload, prioritizing tasks and documenting time, and other duties as directed by management. - Provides training, and coaching for Analysts, Technicians, and Engineers in the IT Security organization - Assists management in the definition of cross-platform information security and/or identity management policies and procedures, standard operating procedures, processes and guidelines. - Participate in the collection and documentation of departmental knowledge artifacts; key participant in the development, population, and championing of knowledge management and collaboration systems for the IT Security team. - Communicates complex technical information to team members and many levels of management - Provides identity management advice and support for network systems and applications - Act as a security advocate for IT operations team’s adherence to Dignity Health policies and industry best practices
Job ID
2020-126387
Department
IT Security
Facility
CommonSpirit Health National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
-Remote Opportunity
Position Summary: Designs, develops, configures, and implements solutions to resolve complex and highly complex technical and business issues related to related to information security, identity management, user access authentication, authorization, user provisioning, and role-based access control. Designs, develops, and implements solutions to successfully integrate new information security and identity management systems with the existing architecture. Provides end-user support as directed by management and works on multiple functions of high complexity. Identifies and recommends functional, technological and/or control solutions. May drive one or more projects as part of a Security or Security Risk Management team. Acts as a subject matter expert (SME) for one or more security, IDM, or risk management areas. May act as team-lead for other security or risk management personnel. - Coaches and trains engineers integration of systems, including but not limited to databases, applications, network elements and devices, and data storage - Guides an mentors engineers on the development of custom scripts, programs, and application interfaces to enhance existing monitoring infrastructure as part of project team efforts - Pursue continuing education to maintain advanced knowledge of best practices, compliance requirements, and threats and trends in identity management and information security, translating into operational action items, policies, procedures, standards and guidelines as part of the IT Security team - Develop root-cause analysis strategies to determine improvement opportunities when failures occur. Contribute as lead and SME on incident research and resolution when appropriate, mentoring incident team members - Assist in Continual Service Improvement efforts by identifying, and sometimes leading, opportunities for process improvement - Manage workload, prioritizing tasks and documenting time, and other duties. - Provides training, coaching, and mentoring for Engineers and Senior Engineers in the IT Security organization - Assists management in the definition of cross-platform information security and/or identity management policies and procedures as well as a senior contributor on departmental (IT Security) standard operating procedures, processes and guidelines. - Drive and participate in the collection and documentation of departmental knowledge artifacts; key participant in the development, population, and championing of knowledge management and collaboration systems for the IT Security team. - Communicates complex technical information to team members and all levels of management. - Provides identity management advice and support for network systems and applications Act as a security advocate for IT operations team’s adherence to Dignity Health policies and industry best practices
Job ID
2020-126384
Department
IT Security
Facility
CommonSpirit Health National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
-Remote Opportunity
Responsible for the delivery of excellence in patient care through assessing, formulating nursing diagnoses and establishing goals, planning and implementing intervention and evaluating patient care outcomes. With the staff nurse's professional practice he/she Responsible for participating in and maintaining quality, cost effectiveness and guest relations. Provide patient care in compliance with hospital policies and procedures and the standards of professional nursing practice as defined by the Board of Nurse Examiners for the State of Texas.   - Assessment:  Does admission and ongoing assessment of patient’s condition.  Provides nursing care to meet the patient’s physical, psychological and spiritual needs.  Notifies doctor of changes in assessment that require attention.  2. Planning:  Designs, directs, evaluates, and documents the plan of care, patient/family teaching and the transition of care plan to include a safe appropriate level of care discharge.  Works with other clinical disciplines to meet specialized patient care and discharge needs.  Formulates a plan of care and daily goals that takes into consideration the individualized needs of the patient. 3. Implementation: Prepares patients physically, psychologically, and spiritually for treatments, surgeries and diagnostic studies to help reduce patient anxiety. Knows patients' conditions and reports significant changes to Charge Nurse/Team Leader, and/or physician. Implements patient safety initiative and protocols including medication safety practices, physician orders, consult notifications. 4. Evaluation: Reassesses patients at appropriate intervals following interventions. Notifies physician as necessary to modify interventions. Adjusts nursing care to meet patient's emerging and changing needs. 5. Report Skills: Gives and receives report using Bedside Shift Report including family participation. Provides an accurate and comprehensive report to the oncoming shift to help establish continuity of patient care. Receives report from off-going shift and delegates tasks as needed to provide continuity of care according to coworker's experience, abilities and the patient's acuity. 6. Environment & Patient Safety: Maintains patient and work environment to maximize safe working space.  Promptly removes all used and soiled equipment, linen, etc. to appropriate location. Incorporates national and organizational goals to improve quality, patient safety and satisfaction. Reports all patient safety and hazard concerns immediately. 7. Supplies: Maintains accurate documentation of charges and supplies used to provide patient care through cost containment measures. 8. Time Management:  Clocks in and out appropriately according to policy to ensure work is stated and completed on time.  Obtains Director/designees/House Supervisor approval before working overtime, including incremental overtime. 9. Documentation:  Consistently documents in the patient and unit records according to written health system standards of care in order to meet legal and quality patient care requirements. 10. License and Competency: Maintains RN license to practice in the State of Texas including multi-state licensure requirements. Takes responsibility for meeting competency requirements. Assists with the orientation of new employees and floated staff as requested and assigned. 11. Professional Responsibility:  Maintains all professional licenses, certifications, and annual competencies prior to deadline.  Attends mandatory in-services, workshops, town halls, and 75% of all unit meetings per year.   Stays up-to-date on communication, including emails and current journals to keep abreast of new developments in the medical and nursing fields.  12. Patient Care:  Notifies and escalates concerns to appropriate providers of life-threatening changes and notes physician response. Effectively applies the nursing process within the framework of the organization’s professional model of care, using the nursing process to meet the clinical, psychosocial and spiritual needs of the patient and family following the Catholic Ethical and Religious Directives (ERD). 13. Patient Experience:  Creates a caring and compassionate patient focused experience by building healing relationships with patients, families, and colleagues. Performs hourly rounding and bedside shift report, updating the patient communication board and providing service recovery as needed.
Job ID
2020-128056
Department
Nursing Administration
Facility
CHI St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-BRYAN
CommonSpiritis transforming the way patients, physicians, and providers are using digital products to unleash the healing power of humanity. Our agile-run UX team is looking for a Content Strategist who toes the line between technical and editorial savviness to create delightful experiences using content strategy and production skills. You have a knack to make information easy to read, find, and us. You ask the right questions, and read between the lines to get at the intentions behind what a stakeholder/user is looking to accomplish. You create content for your audiences by discerning what’s useful and discarding the rest.   You will be working closely with our product managers, designers, executives, engineers, analysts, marketers, and business stakeholders to deliver delightful products. Tasks will include writing compelling copy, understanding the business context, designing content to serve customer intent, and using creative savvy to humanize digital experiences. Tasksinclude: - Guiding product managers, stakeholders, and designers by strategizing approaches for easy to use, delightful experiences. - Understanding and using the content management systemsto create and optimize content - Engaging with business stakeholdersto understand content needs, organize clear next steps and carry out content request using your creative/technical savvy - Translating empathy into strategic approaches for content, design, and development - A gift for organizing the presentation of content in useful, sensible ways - Defining and refining personas, user-journeys, mind maps, and concepts constantly - Being one step ahead of others creating comprehensive and innovative strategies that include the whole picture as well as what is minimally viable - Prototyping, a/b and user-testing content on the fly to inform designs before and after development - Staying on top of UX trends and looking for creative ways to inspire delightful experiences - Able to work the room, present concepts, and take feedback and constructive criticism professionally and gracefully - Marketing and promoting products and features so that users understand and buy into the benefits and rewards
Job ID
2020-130911
Department
Information Technology
Facility
CommonSpirit Health National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
-Remote Opportunity
Operational Guidance and Support - Works with management to understand operational needs and plans. Addresses operational and employee relations in a positive and proactive manner to support the strategic business plan and achieve appropriate change. - Coaches managers and employees at all levels on a variety of topics including leadership skills, performance management, conflict resolution and communications. - Identifies and mitigates risks and resolves human capital matters. Remains proactive in compliance with Federal and State laws, such as EEO, Worker’s Compensation and Unemployment.  Educates leaders and employees on Labor Relations legislation and serves as a resource for maintaining a positive work environment. - Employee Relations/Human Capital Concerns: Reviews, advises and ensures appropriate actions are taken on employee suspensions, demotions, layoffs, and discharges to ensure compliance with federal and state laws, policies, procedures, and acceptable management practices. Team analysis conducted as needed. - Provides leadership guidance for operational activities which increase employee, patient, and physician engagement. - Collaborates with the operational management team to develop an effective resourcing, retention, and succession plan. - Partners with leaders to build an effective development culture. Provides assessment, guidance, tools, and implementation strategy to create a collaborative development plan Human Resource Centers of Excellence - Provides guidance in researching and addressing issues that pertain to engagement, performance management, benefits, compensation, worker’s compensation, employee relations, recruitment, retention, training and interpretation of Human Resources policies/procedures. Makes appropriate recommendations to meet operational needs. - Assists COE with the facilitation and successful rollout of programs/initiatives to increase awareness and understanding by employees and leaders. This includes educating both staff and leaders on HR programs. - Participates in the delivery of skills training, in such areas as supervision, conflict resolution, interpersonal communication and effective group interactions as it pertains to the operation. - Assists in presenting and educating operations management with regards to general and specific human resources policies, procedures, and documentation. - Metrics/Trending/Customer Service: Delivers data regularly to the operation on Human Resources programs against set goals and timelines, while researching and implementing best practice tactics/strategies. Communications and Change Management - Provides assistance, as needed, on change projects related to human capital, while working with Operations Management and HR Centers of Excellence to identify and develop solutions to meet operational needs. - Partners in communication efforts for HR changes within the operation. Serves as an integral part of branding and facilitating Human Resources communications throughout the system, to the operations, and departments. - Participates in other projects to build effective working relationships within the organization, while maintaining the professional competence, knowledge and skill necessary to help drive the business.
Job ID
2020-126961
Department
Human Resources
Facility
CHI Health Immanuel
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
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