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The Emergency Room Technician works in the Emergency Department and is responsible for providing quality technical care to each patient under the supervision of an RN or the Emergency Department physician. Responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to: safety, patient care tasks, and procedures communication, customer service, and teamwork. Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Perform patient care duties utilizing a team approach in collaboration with the RN’s, MD’s, and other team members of the comprehensive care team. - Must be able to perform the following tasks efficiently: perform/record vital signs, phlebotomy, CPR, apply oxygen delivering systems, perform simple wound irrigation/direct pressure/ dressings, prepare sterile fields for suturing, assist MD with treatment of nosebleed and other emergent conditions, apply restraints, clean medical equipment and prepare for sterilization, collect urine specimens, greet patients/family and prepare patients for physician/nurse examination.  - Place patient on cardiac monitor, identify potential life threatening arrhythmias and report immediately to the appropriate provider, pulse oximetry measurement, set up rooms for special procedures (pelvic, exams, ENT, sutures), apply splints and teach crutch walking. - Communicates effectively and appropriately. - Contributes to maintenance of a clean, safe environment to minimize hazards of infection or injury. - Contributes to the efficient operation of Nursing Services. - Other duties as assigned by management.
Job ID
2020-130585
Department
Emergency Services
Facility
SAINT JOSEPH MOUNT STERLING
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
KY-MOUNT STERLING
GENERAL SUMMARY: Coordinates associate, reception and secretarial functions for Employee Health and Wellness (EHWS) Services in order to create a work community of choice at Mercy.       ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Greets and provides excellent customer service and hospitality to employees and visitors. - Answers multi-line telephone and takes/directs messages. - Performs data entry (i.e., billing, immunizations, FMLA, incident reports, outcome reports). - Knowledge of Windows and Spreadsheet applications. - Files, copies and faxes information. - Follows Federal Confidentiality Regulations regarding disclosure of information. Has general bookkeeping and accounting skills. - Generates monthly, quarterly and fiscal year reports for EHWS programs. - Acts as a liaison with employees, EHWS staff and Human Resources staff. - Assists in monitoring employee compliance; i.e., Health Reviews, TB testing and - Assists in explaining EHWS policies and procedures including Return to Work, pre-employment and immunizations. - Coordinates EHWS chart updating and archiving. - Orders and stocks supplies. - Serves on committees as necessary.
Job ID
2020-144304
Department
Employee Health Services
Facility
MERCY MEDICAL CENTER-DSM
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
IA-DES MOINES
Members of the End User Services (EUS) Technical Support team are responsible for on-site and/or remote installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and/or repair of desktop, notebook and mobile PC workstations, printers, and associated peripherals. Responsibilities include responding to incidents and problems, and fulfilling requests. They also understand the business implications of computer hardware and system issues allowing them to appropriately set incident severity levels. They can troubleshoot a wide variety of technical problems and engage parties in other areas of IT to address problems. The EUS team member understands the technical infrastructure and requirements of the hardware in their respective area and how it aligns to enterprise infrastructure standards. They also are responsible for understanding and supporting aspects of the integration of desktop systems with other systems in the enterprise. The EUS team member monitors the performance of desktop hardware and maintains a secure environment. Professionals in this job family understand the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that identify the success of the services they provide and continually strive for improvements to operational efficiencies and seek to continually add value to the services delivered to the user community.   - Provides desktop hardware support for the user community. Works on multiple functional systems that tend to be of moderate to high complexity. - Performs troubleshooting for moderate to high complex hardware, software and system problems. Acts as subject matter expert for at least one device type. - May be assigned to one or more projects as a project team member. - Responsible for desktop hardware support to the user community for functional area(s) and ensure reliability of the devices. - Responds to incidents, performs diagnosis, executes incident resolution for those requiring medium to high complexity. Utilizes previous experience to reach resolution and will contribute to knowledge management system(s).  Escalates issues when necessary. - Responds to customer requests received via the Service Management application. Fulfills requests of moderate to high complexity. Interacts with the customers in a courteous and professional manner. - Assists in the maintenance of and enters appropriate data into the device asset management system and the knowledge management systems to capture knowledge and work processes. - Responds to assigned issues and troubleshoots problems with desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile carts, printers and peripherals, including purchasing and deployment of new devices. Identifies potential issues that could adversely impact end-user experience and takes corrective action. Participates in low complexity local and enterprise projects. Participates in on-call rotation and provides on-call support. - Performs proactive maintenance on devices. Participates in the “smart hands” program to assist other IT functional areas when needed. - General knowledge of Operational Level Agreements (OLAs) and always works within those metrics. - Day to day interactions with user community and works collaboratively with Business and IT Stakeholders as it relates to Incident Management, Request fulfillment and Problem Management. - Understanding and adherence to policies and procedures. Contributes to new or modified policies. - Provides guidance, training and problem solving assistance to other team members.
Job ID
2020-143124
Department
Information Technology
Facility
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Members of the End User Services (EUS) Technical Support team are responsible for on-site and/or remote installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and/or repair of desktop, notebook and mobile PC workstations, printers, and associated peripherals. Responsibilities include responding to incidents and problems, and fulfilling requests. They also understand the business implications of computer hardware and system issues allowing them to appropriately set incident severity levels. They can troubleshoot a wide variety of technical problems and engage parties in other areas of IT to address problems. The EUS team member understands the technical infrastructure and requirements of the hardware in their respective area and how it aligns to enterprise infrastructure standards. They also are responsible for understanding and supporting aspects of the integration of desktop systems with other systems in the enterprise. The EUS team member monitors the performance of desktop hardware and maintains a secure environment. Professionals in this job family understand the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that identify the success of the services they provide and continually strive for improvements to operational efficiencies and seek to continually add value to the services delivered to the user community.   - Provides desktop hardware support for the user community. Works on multiple functional systems that tend to be of moderate to high complexity. - Performs troubleshooting for moderate to high complex hardware, software and system problems. Acts as subject matter expert for at least one device type. - May be assigned to one or more projects as a project team member. - Responsible for desktop hardware support to the user community for functional area(s) and ensure reliability of the devices. - Responds to incidents, performs diagnosis, executes incident resolution for those requiring medium to high complexity. Utilizes previous experience to reach resolution and will contribute to knowledge management system(s).  Escalates issues when necessary. - Responds to customer requests received via the Service Management application. Fulfills requests of moderate to high complexity. Interacts with the customers in a courteous and professional manner. - Assists in the maintenance of and enters appropriate data into the device asset management system and the knowledge management systems to capture knowledge and work processes. - Responds to assigned issues and troubleshoots problems with desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile carts, printers and peripherals, including purchasing and deployment of new devices. Identifies potential issues that could adversely impact end-user experience and takes corrective action. Participates in low complexity local and enterprise projects. Participates in on-call rotation and provides on-call support. - Performs proactive maintenance on devices. Participates in the “smart hands” program to assist other IT functional areas when needed. - General knowledge of Operational Level Agreements (OLAs) and always works within those metrics. - Day to day interactions with user community and works collaboratively with Business and IT Stakeholders as it relates to Incident Management, Request fulfillment and Problem Management. - Understanding and adherence to policies and procedures. Contributes to new or modified policies. - Provides guidance, training and problem solving assistance to other team members.
Job ID
2020-143122
Department
Information Technology
Facility
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-KEARNEY
Members of the End User Services (EUS) Technical Support team are responsible for on-site and/or remote installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and/or repair of desktop, notebook and mobile PC workstations, printers, and associated peripherals. Responsibilities include responding to incidents and problems, and fulfilling requests. They also understand the business implications of computer hardware and system issues allowing them to appropriately set incident severity levels. They can troubleshoot a wide variety of technical problems and engage parties in other areas of IT to address problems. The EUS team member understands the technical infrastructure and requirements of the hardware in their respective area and how it aligns to enterprise infrastructure standards. They also are responsible for understanding and supporting aspects of the integration of desktop systems with other systems in the enterprise. The EUS team member monitors the performance of desktop hardware and maintains a secure environment. Professionals in this job family understand the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that identify the success of the services they provide and continually strive for improvements to operational efficiencies and seek to continually add value to the services delivered to the user community.   - Provides desktop hardware support for the user community. Works on multiple functional systems that tend to be of moderate to high complexity. - Performs troubleshooting for moderate to high complex hardware, software and system problems. Acts as subject matter expert for at least one device type. - May be assigned to one or more projects as a project team member. - Responsible for desktop hardware support to the user community for functional area(s) and ensure reliability of the devices. - Responds to incidents, performs diagnosis, executes incident resolution for those requiring medium to high complexity. Utilizes previous experience to reach resolution and will contribute to knowledge management system(s).  Escalates issues when necessary. - Responds to customer requests received via the Service Management application. Fulfills requests of moderate to high complexity. Interacts with the customers in a courteous and professional manner. - Assists in the maintenance of and enters appropriate data into the device asset management system and the knowledge management systems to capture knowledge and work processes. - Responds to assigned issues and troubleshoots problems with desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile carts, printers and peripherals, including purchasing and deployment of new devices. Identifies potential issues that could adversely impact end-user experience and takes corrective action. Participates in low complexity local and enterprise projects. Participates in on-call rotation and provides on-call support. - Performs proactive maintenance on devices. Participates in the “smart hands” program to assist other IT functional areas when needed. - General knowledge of Operational Level Agreements (OLAs) and always works within those metrics. - Day to day interactions with user community and works collaboratively with Business and IT Stakeholders as it relates to Incident Management, Request fulfillment and Problem Management. - Understanding and adherence to policies and procedures. Contributes to new or modified policies. - Provides guidance, training and problem solving assistance to other team members.
Job ID
2020-143121
Department
Information Technology
Facility
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
Members of the End User Services (EUS) Technical Support team are responsible for on-site and/or remote installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and/or repair of desktop, notebook and mobile PC workstations, printers, and associated peripherals. Responsibilities include responding to incidents and problems, and fulfilling requests. They also understand the business implications of computer hardware and system issues allowing them to appropriately set incident severity levels. They can troubleshoot a wide variety of technical problems and engage parties in other areas of IT to address problems. The EUS team member understands the technical infrastructure and requirements of the hardware in their respective area and how it aligns to enterprise infrastructure standards. They also are responsible for understanding and supporting aspects of the integration of desktop systems with other systems in the enterprise. The EUS team member monitors the performance of desktop hardware and maintains a secure environment. Professionals in this job family understand the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that identify the success of the services they provide and continually strive for improvements to operational efficiencies and seek to continually add value to the services delivered to the user community.   - Provides desktop hardware support for the user community. Works on multiple functional systems that tend to be of moderate to high complexity. - Performs troubleshooting for moderate to high complex hardware, software and system problems. Acts as subject matter expert for at least one device type. - May be assigned to one or more projects as a project team member. - Responsible for desktop hardware support to the user community for functional area(s) and ensure reliability of the devices. - Responds to incidents, performs diagnosis, executes incident resolution for those requiring medium to high complexity. Utilizes previous experience to reach resolution and will contribute to knowledge management system(s).  Escalates issues when necessary. - Responds to customer requests received via the Service Management application. Fulfills requests of moderate to high complexity. Interacts with the customers in a courteous and professional manner. - Assists in the maintenance of and enters appropriate data into the device asset management system and the knowledge management systems to capture knowledge and work processes. - Responds to assigned issues and troubleshoots problems with desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile carts, printers and peripherals, including purchasing and deployment of new devices. Identifies potential issues that could adversely impact end-user experience and takes corrective action. Participates in low complexity local and enterprise projects. Participates in on-call rotation and provides on-call support. - Performs proactive maintenance on devices. Participates in the “smart hands” program to assist other IT functional areas when needed. - General knowledge of Operational Level Agreements (OLAs) and always works within those metrics. - Day to day interactions with user community and works collaboratively with Business and IT Stakeholders as it relates to Incident Management, Request fulfillment and Problem Management. - Understanding and adherence to policies and procedures. Contributes to new or modified policies. - Provides guidance, training and problem solving assistance to other team members.
Job ID
2020-143120
Department
Information Technology
Facility
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
Members of the End User Services (EUS) Technical Support team are responsible for on-site and/or remote installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and/or repair of desktop, notebook and mobile PC workstations, printers, and associated peripherals. Responsibilities include responding to incidents and problems, and fulfilling requests. They also understand the business implications of computer hardware and system issues allowing them to appropriately set incident severity levels. They can troubleshoot a wide variety of technical problems and engage parties in other areas of IT to address problems. The EUS team member understands the technical infrastructure and requirements of the hardware in their respective area and how it aligns to enterprise infrastructure standards. They also are responsible for understanding and supporting aspects of the integration of desktop systems with other systems in the enterprise. The EUS team member monitors the performance of desktop hardware and maintains a secure environment. Professionals in this job family understand the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that identify the success of the services they provide and continually strive for improvements to operational efficiencies and seek to continually add value to the services delivered to the user community.   - Provides desktop hardware support for the user community. Works on multiple functional systems that tend to be of moderate to high complexity. - Performs troubleshooting for moderate to high complex hardware, software and system problems. Acts as subject matter expert for at least one device type. - May be assigned to one or more projects as a project team member. - Responsible for desktop hardware support to the user community for functional area(s) and ensure reliability of the devices. - Responds to incidents, performs diagnosis, executes incident resolution for those requiring medium to high complexity. Utilizes previous experience to reach resolution and will contribute to knowledge management system(s).  Escalates issues when necessary. - Responds to customer requests received via the Service Management application. Fulfills requests of moderate to high complexity. Interacts with the customers in a courteous and professional manner. - Assists in the maintenance of and enters appropriate data into the device asset management system and the knowledge management systems to capture knowledge and work processes. - Responds to assigned issues and troubleshoots problems with desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile carts, printers and peripherals, including purchasing and deployment of new devices. Identifies potential issues that could adversely impact end-user experience and takes corrective action. Participates in low complexity local and enterprise projects. Participates in on-call rotation and provides on-call support. - Performs proactive maintenance on devices. Participates in the “smart hands” program to assist other IT functional areas when needed. - General knowledge of Operational Level Agreements (OLAs) and always works within those metrics. - Day to day interactions with user community and works collaboratively with Business and IT Stakeholders as it relates to Incident Management, Request fulfillment and Problem Management. - Understanding and adherence to policies and procedures. Contributes to new or modified policies. - Provides guidance, training and problem solving assistance to other team members.
Job ID
2020-143119
Department
Information Technology
Facility
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
Members of the End User Services (EUS) Technical Support team are responsible for on-site and/or remote installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and/or repair of desktop, notebook and mobile PC workstations, printers, and associated peripherals. Responsibilities include responding to incidents and problems, and fulfilling requests. They also understand the business implications of computer hardware and system issues allowing them to appropriately set incident severity levels. They can troubleshoot a wide variety of technical problems and engage parties in other areas of IT to address problems. The EUS team member understands the technical infrastructure and requirements of the hardware in their respective area and how it aligns to enterprise infrastructure standards. They also are responsible for understanding and supporting aspects of the integration of desktop systems with other systems in the enterprise. The EUS team member monitors the performance of desktop hardware and maintains a secure environment. Professionals in this job family understand the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that identify the success of the services they provide and continually strive for improvements to operational efficiencies and seek to continually add value to the services delivered to the user community.   - Provides desktop hardware support for the user community. Works on multiple functional systems that tend to be of moderate to high complexity. - Performs troubleshooting for moderate to high complex hardware, software and system problems. Acts as subject matter expert for at least one device type. - May be assigned to one or more projects as a project team member. - Responsible for desktop hardware support to the user community for functional area(s) and ensure reliability of the devices. - Responds to incidents, performs diagnosis, executes incident resolution for those requiring medium to high complexity. Utilizes previous experience to reach resolution and will contribute to knowledge management system(s).  Escalates issues when necessary. - Responds to customer requests received via the Service Management application. Fulfills requests of moderate to high complexity. Interacts with the customers in a courteous and professional manner. - Assists in the maintenance of and enters appropriate data into the device asset management system and the knowledge management systems to capture knowledge and work processes. - Responds to assigned issues and troubleshoots problems with desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile carts, printers and peripherals, including purchasing and deployment of new devices. Identifies potential issues that could adversely impact end-user experience and takes corrective action. Participates in low complexity local and enterprise projects. Participates in on-call rotation and provides on-call support. - Performs proactive maintenance on devices. Participates in the “smart hands” program to assist other IT functional areas when needed. - General knowledge of Operational Level Agreements (OLAs) and always works within those metrics. - Day to day interactions with user community and works collaboratively with Business and IT Stakeholders as it relates to Incident Management, Request fulfillment and Problem Management. - Understanding and adherence to policies and procedures. Contributes to new or modified policies. - Provides guidance, training and problem solving assistance to other team members.
Job ID
2020-143118
Department
Information Technology
Facility
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
Members of the End User Services (EUS) Technical Support team are responsible for on-site and/or remote installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and/or repair of desktop, notebook and mobile PC workstations, printers, and associated peripherals. Responsibilities include responding to incidents and problems, and fulfilling requests. They also understand the business implications of computer hardware and system issues allowing them to appropriately set incident severity levels. They can troubleshoot a wide variety of technical problems and engage parties in other areas of IT to address problems. The EUS team member understands the technical infrastructure and requirements of the hardware in their respective area and how it aligns to enterprise infrastructure standards. They also are responsible for understanding and supporting aspects of the integration of desktop systems with other systems in the enterprise. The EUS team member monitors the performance of desktop hardware and maintains a secure environment. Professionals in this job family understand the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that identify the success of the services they provide and continually strive for improvements to operational efficiencies and seek to continually add value to the services delivered to the user community.   - Provides desktop hardware support for the user community. Works on multiple functional systems that tend to be of moderate to high complexity. - Performs troubleshooting for moderate to high complex hardware, software and system problems. Acts as subject matter expert for at least one device type. - May be assigned to one or more projects as a project team member. - Responsible for desktop hardware support to the user community for functional area(s) and ensure reliability of the devices. - Responds to incidents, performs diagnosis, executes incident resolution for those requiring medium to high complexity. Utilizes previous experience to reach resolution and will contribute to knowledge management system(s).  Escalates issues when necessary. - Responds to customer requests received via the Service Management application. Fulfills requests of moderate to high complexity. Interacts with the customers in a courteous and professional manner. - Assists in the maintenance of and enters appropriate data into the device asset management system and the knowledge management systems to capture knowledge and work processes. - Responds to assigned issues and troubleshoots problems with desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile carts, printers and peripherals, including purchasing and deployment of new devices. Identifies potential issues that could adversely impact end-user experience and takes corrective action. Participates in low complexity local and enterprise projects. Participates in on-call rotation and provides on-call support. - Performs proactive maintenance on devices. Participates in the “smart hands” program to assist other IT functional areas when needed. - General knowledge of Operational Level Agreements (OLAs) and always works within those metrics. - Day to day interactions with user community and works collaboratively with Business and IT Stakeholders as it relates to Incident Management, Request fulfillment and Problem Management. - Understanding and adherence to policies and procedures. Contributes to new or modified policies. - Provides guidance, training and problem solving assistance to other team members.
Job ID
2020-143117
Department
Information Technology
Facility
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
Members of the End User Services (EUS) Technical Support team are responsible for on-site and/or remote installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and/or repair of desktop, notebook and mobile PC workstations, printers, and associated peripherals. Responsibilities include responding to incidents and problems, and fulfilling requests. They also understand the business implications of computer hardware and system issues allowing them to appropriately set incident severity levels. They can troubleshoot a wide variety of technical problems and engage parties in other areas of IT to address problems. The EUS team member understands the technical infrastructure and requirements of the hardware in their respective area and how it aligns to enterprise infrastructure standards. They also are responsible for understanding and supporting aspects of the integration of desktop systems with other systems in the enterprise. The EUS team member monitors the performance of desktop hardware and maintains a secure environment. Professionals in this job family understand the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that identify the success of the services they provide and continually strive for improvements to operational efficiencies and seek to continually add value to the services delivered to the user community.   - Provides desktop hardware support for the user community. Works on multiple functional systems that tend to be of moderate to high complexity. - Performs troubleshooting for moderate to high complex hardware, software and system problems. Acts as subject matter expert for at least one device type. - May be assigned to one or more projects as a project team member. - Responsible for desktop hardware support to the user community for functional area(s) and ensure reliability of the devices. - Responds to incidents, performs diagnosis, executes incident resolution for those requiring medium to high complexity. Utilizes previous experience to reach resolution and will contribute to knowledge management system(s).  Escalates issues when necessary. - Responds to customer requests received via the Service Management application. Fulfills requests of moderate to high complexity. Interacts with the customers in a courteous and professional manner. - Assists in the maintenance of and enters appropriate data into the device asset management system and the knowledge management systems to capture knowledge and work processes. - Responds to assigned issues and troubleshoots problems with desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile carts, printers and peripherals, including purchasing and deployment of new devices. Identifies potential issues that could adversely impact end-user experience and takes corrective action. Participates in low complexity local and enterprise projects. Participates in on-call rotation and provides on-call support. - Performs proactive maintenance on devices. Participates in the “smart hands” program to assist other IT functional areas when needed. - General knowledge of Operational Level Agreements (OLAs) and always works within those metrics. - Day to day interactions with user community and works collaboratively with Business and IT Stakeholders as it relates to Incident Management, Request fulfillment and Problem Management. - Understanding and adherence to policies and procedures. Contributes to new or modified policies. - Provides guidance, training and problem solving assistance to other team members.
Job ID
2020-143116
Department
Information Technology
Facility
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
Members of the End User Services (EUS) Technical Support team are responsible for on-site and/or remote installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and/or repair of desktop, notebook and mobile PC workstations, printers, and associated peripherals. Responsibilities include responding to incidents and problems, and fulfilling requests. They also understand the business implications of computer hardware and system issues allowing them to appropriately set incident severity levels. They can troubleshoot a wide variety of technical problems and engage parties in other areas of IT to address problems. The EUS team member understands the technical infrastructure and requirements of the hardware in their respective area and how it aligns to enterprise infrastructure standards. They also are responsible for understanding and supporting aspects of the integration of desktop systems with other systems in the enterprise. The EUS team member monitors the performance of desktop hardware and maintains a secure environment. Professionals in this job family understand the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that identify the success of the services they provide and continually strive for improvements to operational efficiencies and seek to continually add value to the services delivered to the user community.   - Provides desktop hardware support for the user community. Works on multiple functional systems that tend to be of moderate to high complexity. - Performs troubleshooting for moderate to high complex hardware, software and system problems. Acts as subject matter expert for at least one device type. - May be assigned to one or more projects as a project team member. - Responsible for desktop hardware support to the user community for functional area(s) and ensure reliability of the devices. - Responds to incidents, performs diagnosis, executes incident resolution for those requiring medium to high complexity. Utilizes previous experience to reach resolution and will contribute to knowledge management system(s).  Escalates issues when necessary. - Responds to customer requests received via the Service Management application. Fulfills requests of moderate to high complexity. Interacts with the customers in a courteous and professional manner. - Assists in the maintenance of and enters appropriate data into the device asset management system and the knowledge management systems to capture knowledge and work processes. - Responds to assigned issues and troubleshoots problems with desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile carts, printers and peripherals, including purchasing and deployment of new devices. Identifies potential issues that could adversely impact end-user experience and takes corrective action. Participates in low complexity local and enterprise projects. Participates in on-call rotation and provides on-call support. - Performs proactive maintenance on devices. Participates in the “smart hands” program to assist other IT functional areas when needed. - General knowledge of Operational Level Agreements (OLAs) and always works within those metrics. - Day to day interactions with user community and works collaboratively with Business and IT Stakeholders as it relates to Incident Management, Request fulfillment and Problem Management. - Understanding and adherence to policies and procedures. Contributes to new or modified policies. - Provides guidance, training and problem solving assistance to other team members
Job ID
2020-143115
Department
Information Technology
Facility
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICE
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-Omaha
$5,000 Sign-on bonus Up to $10,000 Education Assistance Available   As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient’s individual physician. This will involve, utilizing your knowledge and skills to educate patients and their families on prevention and healthy habits. Additional responsibilities for this health care role include: - Monitoring patients’ conditions and assessing their needs - Collaborating with physicians and nurses to devise individualized care plans for patients - Administering patients’ medications and providing treatments according to physicians’ orders - Fostering a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients and their families
Job ID
2020-146721
Department
Endoscopy
Facility
Mercy Hospital-Council Bluffs
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-COUNCIL BLUFFS
Contributes to the department by inspecting, preparing and assembling endoscopy scopes, instruments and related equipment for use by clinicians during patient procedures. This includes sterilization of the equipment used and maintaining guidelines for patient care. Essential Key Job Responsibilities   - Consistently inspects the integrity of scopes, prewashes, flush and clean scopes. Proficient in drying and hanging scopes after cleaning in a manner to maintain the integrity - Uses care in handling instruments, identifies heat sensitive items, and separates delicate items to prevent damage. - Checks the condition of scopes prior to use. - Ensures that appropriate sterilization indicators and filters are placed in the instrument pan(s) prior to sterilization. - Consistently follows specified checklist and manufacturer’s instructions when cleaning and processing scopes. - Knowledgeable of the basic use of various scopes. - Maintains established inventory supplies. - Able to assist in the training of new employees. - Understands and practices basis aseptic principles. - Understands the importance of precisely following guidelines for sterilization and loading washer as outlined by policy and procedure. - Maintains daily documentation/log with scope number, machine number and patient number used on each patient for Quality Monitoring. - Notify Biomed of repair needs for scopes and medivators. - Consistently informs appropriate individuals about problems involving equipment, supplies, instruments, etc. Consistently maintains continuity of communications - Other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2020-139180
Department
Endoscopy
Facility
ALG HLTH-BERGAN MERCY HLTH SYS
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Assist the physician and registered nurse in caring for patients undergoing endoscopic procedures. Responsible for maintenance and disinfection of endoscopic equipment and accessories. 1. Cleans and disinfects endoscopes and accessory equipment as per manufacturer guidelines 2. Properly documents the cleaning/disinfection of all endoscopes on appropriate logs 3. Prepares accessory equipment for sterilization and delivers these to Central Sterile Processing at the end of day 4. Documents dates of change of disinfection solution, solution quality testing and reprocessing equipment filter changes 5. Responsible for assessing equipment on a daily basis and notification and escalation of any equipment damage and repair needs to appropriate channels and to  assigned unit leader 6. Responsible for set-up and clean-up of procedure room, supply carts, pre and post procedural areas and equipment 7. Performs as an assistant to the physician during diagnostic and therapeutic procedures as directed by the physician or registered nurse 8. Cleans and re-stocks room and unit supplies and accessories 9. Performs transporter duties as necessary 10. Provides assistance with skilled nursing care as directed by RN 11.  Assists with orientation of new personnel 12.  Delivers and picks up lab specimens and patient care supplies and equipment 13. Provides delegated clerical support 14. Communicates with patient's family, physicians, and unit personnel and peers in an accurate, courteous and professional manner 15. Other duties as assigned   
Job ID
2020-136918
Department
Endoscopy
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Health–Patients Medical Center
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-Pasadena
POSITION SUMMARY: Has a wide range of specialized duties in the endoscopy setting. They must already have the skills of an Endoscopy Technician; possess a thorough understanding of endoscopy equipment, high level disinfection of scope and devices;  and supplies and display above average interpersonal communication skills, with the ability to interact with staff, physicians, vendors, and other department personnel   POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: - Perform tech 1 duties   - Daily accountability of available scopes, equipment, and supplies for use, assist with  scope repair and loaner process ( in the absence of the lead or tech supervisor  or as designated by the unit leadership - Accurate record keeping and maintenance of scope cleaning and reprocessing steps and equipment disinfection/sterilization process. - Able to assist and identify air scope repair and loaners process in the absence of the lead or tech supervisor, or as designated by the unit leadership. - Plays a supportive role in assessing needs of unit for changing par levels of equipment and accessories and relaying such information in a timely manner to the lead or tech supervisor and or unit leadership. - Assists with in servicing staff on all new equipment and accessories, as well as helping to in-service staff on other equipment and procedures as needed. Assist with annual competencies of endoscopy staff. - Assists with initiation and follow up of scope washer maintenance...i.e. solution checks, solution and filter changes. - Assists with troubleshooting of Pentax equipment, i.e. video processors and monitors. - Scope Knowledge: regarding image quality, color levels, air/water functioning, channel sizes and compatibility with accessories. - Is a resource for physicians and staff with the ProVation and epic system. - Serves a mentor or preceptor to new technical staff. - Troubleshooting electrical issues/ contact Biomed as needed.
Job ID
2021-150493
Department
Endoscopy
Facility
St. Luke's Woodlands Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-THE WOODLANDS
Position Responsibilities: - Perform tech 1 duties   - Daily accountability of available scopes, equipment,  and supplies for use, assist with  scope repair and loaner process ( in the absence of the lead or tech supervisor  or as designated by the unit leadership - Accurate record keeping and maintenance of scope cleaning and reprocessing steps and equipment disinfection/sterilization process. Able to assist and identify air scope repair and loaners process in the absence of the lead or tech supervisor, or as designated by the unit leadership. - Plays a supportive role in assessing needs of unit for changing par levels of equipment and accessories and relaying such information in a timely manner to the lead or tech supervisor and or unit leadership. - Assists with in servicing staff on all new equipment and accessories, as well as helping to in-service staff on other equipment and procedures as needed. Assist with annual competencies of endoscopy staff. - Assists with initiation and follow up of scope washer maintenance...i.e. solution checks, solution and filter changes. - Assists with troubleshooting of Pentax equipment, i.e. video processors and monitors. - Scope Knowledge: regarding image quality, color levels, air/water functioning, channel sizes and compatibility with accessories. - Is a resource for physicians and staff with the ProVation and epic system. - Serves a mentor or preceptor to new technical staff  - Troubleshooting electrical issues/ contact Biomed as needed
Job ID
2021-148891
Department
Endoscopy
Facility
St. Luke's Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
Contributes to the department by inspecting, preparing and assembling endoscopy scopes, instruments and related equipment for use by clinicians during patient procedures. This includes sterilization of the equipment used and maintaining guidelines for patient care. Essential Key Job Responsibilities   - Consistently inspects the integrity of scopes, prewashes, flush and clean scopes. Proficient in drying and hanging scopes after cleaning in a manner to maintain the integrity - Uses care in handling instruments, identifies heat sensitive items, and separates delicate items to prevent damage. - Checks the condition of scopes prior to use. - Ensures that appropriate sterilization indicators and filters are placed in the instrument pan(s) prior to sterilization. - Consistently follows specified checklist and manufacturer’s instructions when cleaning and processing scopes. - Knowledgeable of the basic use of various scopes. - Maintains established inventory supplies. - Able to assist in the training of new employees. - Understands and practices basis aseptic principles. - Understands the importance of precisely following guidelines for sterilization and loading washer as outlined by policy and procedure. - Maintains daily documentation/log with scope number, machine number and patient number used on each patient for Quality Monitoring. - Notify Biomed of repair needs for scopes and medivators. - Consistently informs appropriate individuals about problems involving equipment, supplies, instruments, etc. Consistently maintains continuity of communications - Other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2020-139179
Department
Endoscopy
Facility
ALG HLTH-BERGAN MERCY HLTH SYS
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
  Your time at work should be fulfilling. Rewarding. Inspiring. That’s what you’ll find when you join one of our non-profit CHI facilities across the nation. You’ll find challenging, rewarding work every day alongside people who have as much compassion as you. Join us and together we’ll create healthier, stronger communities. Imagine your career at Catholic Health Initiatives!     $5,000 Sign-on Bonus Up to $10,000 Education Assistance Available   Job Responsibilities As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient’s individual physician. This will involve, utilizing your knowledge and skills to educate patients and their families on prevention and healthy habits. Additional responsibilities for this health care role include: - Monitoring patients’ conditions and assessing their needs - Collaborating with physicians and nurses to devise individualized care plans for patients - Administering patients’ medications and providing treatments according to physicians’ orders - Fostering a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients and their families
Job ID
2020-133974
Department
Endoscopy
Facility
ALG HLTH-BERGAN MERCY HLTH SYS
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Position Type: PRN Scheduled Hours per 2 week Pay Period: 0 Primary Location: WA > BURIEN > HIGHLINE MEDICAL CENTER
Job ID
2020-107461
Department
Environmental Services
Facility
Highline Medical Center
Shift
Weekend
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-BURIEN
GENERAL SUMMARY: Cleans and services internal and external premises to maintain hospital in sanitary, attractive and orderly condition, in an assigned schedule and/or an assigned shift.     ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Maintains clean and aseptic conditions in assigned area by vacuuming, scouring, dust mopping, high dusting, making beds, removing trash/linen, washing walls and ceilings. - Using vacuum and materials effectively in daily work. - Use detergents, germicides or other supplies as recommended and follows recommended handling/mixing procedures. - Maintains a clean and neat station, cart, closet and equipment. - Reports needed equipment repairs to the Supervisor. - Logs activities throughout work shift as required paperwork at the end of shift. - Collects soiled linen or distributes clean linen, as needed.  
Job ID
2020-133460
Department
Environmental Services
Facility
MERCY MEDICAL CENTER-WL
Shift
Evening
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
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