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GENERAL SUMMARY: Provides non-biased, nurturing, support to at-risk children whose mothers are receiving services from House of Mercy.  Implements developmentally appropriate practices that enhance the children’s physical, social, emotional, and cognitive functioning consistent with NAEYC and Early Head Start Performance Standards.  Provides practical instruction on basic parenting and serves as their coach, role model, and mentor for child related issues.     ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Provides adequate supervision to children at all times indoors and outdoors. - Maintains a safe, orderly, nurturing and developmentally appropriate environment consistent with ITERS, ECERS, SACERS, NAEYC, Early Head Start Performance Standards, and DHS licensing standards. - Provides for the basic needs of children through daily routines that are respectful of each child’s developmental and cultural needs. (i.e., feeding, diapering, etc.). - Promotes healthy eating and mealtime practices consistent with CACFP guidelines and recommendations. - Creates and implements weekly developmentally appropriate lesson/experience plans, activities, and projects to meet the identified physical, social, emotional, and cognitive needs of each child consistent with NAEYC and Early Head Start Performance Standards. - Assesses and measures the developmental level of assigned children in the areas of physical, social, emotional, and cognitive functioning utilizing on-line and written assessment tools endorsed by the center. - Documents daily observations of children for use in the assessment and planning process. - Consistently and respectfully communicates with parents and House of Mercy staff both formally and informally as needed/appropriate. - Facilitates and provides ongoing mentoring and coaching for parents to enhance parenting skills and understanding of fundamental child development issues, focusing on the special needs of at-risk children. - Documents all significant issues in an accurate, objective, timely manner consistently following prescribed policies and procedures for reporting. - Promotes communication with parents through weekly notes, monthly newsletter, and quarterly parent conferences. - Participates in House of Mercy’s Performance Quality Improvement Process. - Attends and participates in professional development trainings through United Way Women’s Leadership, Early Head Start, DHS, HOM and other pre-approved offerings to total 20 hours annually.
Job ID
2020-144236
Department
Treatment Center
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
GENERAL SUMMARY: Provides non-biased, nurturing, support to at-risk children whose mothers are receiving services from House of Mercy.  Implements developmentally appropriate practices that enhance the children’s physical, social, emotional, and cognitive functioning consistent with NAEYC and Early Head Start Performance Standards.  Provides practical instruction on basic parenting and serves as their coach, role model, and mentor for child related issues.       ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:. - Maintains a safe, orderly, nurturing and developmentally appropriate environment consistent with ITERS, ECERS, SACERS, NAEYC, Early Head Start Performance Standards, and DHS licensing standards. - Provides for the basic needs of children through daily routines that are respectful of each child’s developmental and cultural needs. (i.e., feeding, diapering, etc.). - Promotes healthy eating and mealtime practices consistent with CACFP guidelines and recommendations. - Creates and implements weekly developmentally appropriate lesson/experience plans, activities, and projects to meet the identified physical, social, emotional, and cognitive needs of each child consistent with NAEYC and Early Head Start Performance Standards. - Assesses and measures the developmental level of assigned children in the areas of physical, social, emotional, and cognitive functioning utilizing on-line and written assessment tools endorsed by the center. - Documents daily observations of children for use in the assessment and planning process. - Consistently and respectfully communicates with parents and House of Mercy staff both formally and informally as needed/appropriate. - Facilitates and provides ongoing mentoring and coaching for parents to enhance parenting skills and understanding of fundamental child development issues, focusing on the special needs of at-risk children. - Provides ongoing communication with Child Development Center Manager and the treatment team regarding concerns with child or parent behaviors. - Documents all significant issues in an accurate, objective, timely manner consistently following prescribed policies and procedures for reporting. - Promotes communication with parents through weekly notes, monthly newsletter, and quarterly parent conferences. - Attends and participates in professional development trainings through United Way Women’s Leadership, Early Head Start, DHS, HOM and other pre-approved offerings to total 20 hours annually. #MissionCritical CHI-LI
Job ID
2021-152225
Department
Treatment Center
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
- Provides adequate supervision to children at all times indoors and outdoors. - Maintains a safe, orderly, nurturing and developmentally appropriate environment consistent with ITERS, ECERS, SACERS, NAEYC, Early Head Start Performance Standards, and DHS licensing standards. - Provides for the basic needs of children through daily routines that are respectful of each child’s developmental and cultural needs. (i.e., feeding, diapering, etc.). - Promotes healthy eating and mealtime practices consistent with CACFP guidelines and recommendations. - Creates and implements weekly developmentally appropriate lesson/experience plans, activities, and projects to meet the identified physical, social, emotional, and cognitive needs of each child consistent with NAEYC and Early Head Start Performance Standards. - Assesses and measures the developmental level of assigned children in the areas of physical, social, emotional, and cognitive functioning utilizing on-line and written assessment tools en - Documents daily observations of children for use in the assessment and planning process. - Consistently and respectfully communicates with parents and House of Mercy staff both formally and informally as needed/appropriate. - Facilitates and provides ongoing mentoring and coaching for parents to enhance parenting skills and understanding of fundamental child development issues, focusing on the special needs of at-risk children. - Provides ongoing communication with Child Development Center Manager and the treatment team regarding concerns with child or parent behaviors. - Documents all significant issues in an accurate, objective, timely manner consistently following prescribed policies and procedures for reporting. - Promotes communication with parents through weekly notes, monthly newsletter, and quarterly parent conferences. - Respectfully communicates to volunteers and guides their interactions with the children. - Attends and participates in all House of Mercy mandated staff meetings and training sessions. - Participates in House of Mercy’s Performance Quality Improvement Process. - Attends and participates in professional development trainings through United Way Women’s Leadership, Early Head Start, DHS, HOM and other pre-approved offerings to total 20 hours annually. - dorsed by the center.
Job ID
2020-146857
Department
Treatment Center
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
IA-DES MOINES
GENERAL SUMMARY: Under the leadership of the House of Mercy Chef, participates as a dietary services team member and assists in preparation of food items, cleans food preparation area, runs the dishwasher, and related dietary duties to provide quality food service at/through House of Mercy.  Maintains clean, sanitary work area and practices food safety regulations.  Works under the daily leadership of the House of Mercy Chef and the general supervision of the Operations Data Manager.         ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Prepares food as needed and assists the Chef and/or Cooks in food preparation, following daily preparation instructions. - Assists in serving evening meals. - Assists the Chef and/or Cooks in cleaning and sanitizing of food preparation area, equipment, utensils and tools. - Performs scullery work including transferring tray carts from daycares to the dish room; assisting with dishwashing, storing clean dishes, and cleaning the dish machine and the scullery. - Leaves the scullery pre-set for the next morning. #MissionCritical
Job ID
2020-139801
Department
Treatment Center
Shift
Evening
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
IA-DES MOINES
x - Establishes rapport and develops a therapeutic relationship with patients. Provide brief interventions to patients and/or referrals to appropriate substance use disorder treatments for patients. Therapeutic efforts are primarily directed towards addressing issues related to substance use disorders. Maintains appropriate professional boundaries with all persons involved. - Increase collaboration within the MercyOne health system, in coordination with community partners, to identify and assist patients impacted by opioid use disorder. - Conduct universal SBIRT prescreening of patients (ages 12 and up) in the pain clinics, inpatient pain consults and trauma department. - Develop and implement a chronic care model in caring for patients identified with an opioid use disorder in this SBIRT program to ensure patients have a supportive and evidence-based interactions with prepared, proactive, collaborative practice team. ·    Conducts recovery related educational sessions and groups providing information and instruction. - ·    Provides crisis intervention and conflict resolution assistance. - Participates in the assessment/screening utilizing a compassionate and empathetic manner to ensure all patients entering the program feel welcome, appreciated and understood. Helps ensure all patients feel a focus on collaboration and engagement from the very beginning of their involvement with House of Mercy. - ·    Develop a plan and implement two community outreach and awareness events, primary in low-income neighborhood and rural communities. - Develop and conduct a needs assessment and interest survey regarding SBIRT expansion to key affiliate hospitals, clinics and dentists. - Conduct staff training on the new work processes. Review effectiveness of processes on an ongoing basis, and make changes as needs are identified. - Participates in regularly scheduled trainings and care meetings to discuss/update staff on patients progress, status, and treatment needs. Professionally communicates with other program staff to promote team collaboration, input, and involvement in problem solving/resolution insuring consistency in the implementation of treatment plan goals/objectives. - Effectively communicates patients service needs with community agencies, schools, courts, service providers of significant others, and mental health/other health care professionals to provide an extended, high quality continuum of care. - Responds to volatile situations by mediating to resolve issues and to model appropriate crisis intervention and problem-solving techniques. - Ensure SBIRT screening and subsequent interventions and screenings are culturally and linguistically appropriate: referring patients to a bi-lingual counselor when language needs are identified; provide resources materials in language of patients, utilizing MercyOne’s onsite translation and interpretations services; and ensuring counseling staff are trained to gather information about cultural factors that are important to patient’s recovery. - Cultural awareness, knowledge and skills are implemented throughout House of Mercy and guide clinical decision-making when treatment is provided. - Develop an effective patient referral process to ensure a warm hand-off between health care provider and the substance use treatment. - Track number of patients screened, and those who receive brief interventions and referred to treatment. - Disseminate Naloxone to patients when high risk for overdose is identified - Refer patients to substance use disorder treatment provider for appropriate services, including MAT. - Provide support in accessing treatment for referred patients who are experiencing barriers to accessing care.  
Job ID
2021-152074
Department
Treatment Center
Shift
Evening
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
GENERAL SUMMARY: Supports the educational and treatment related initiatives of House of Mercy’s adult programs. Primarily serves as a teacher, coach, mentor, and role model to adult resident’s and their children. Supports clients through the provision of education and treatment supports in connection with identified clinical initiatives and interventions in the areas of: chemical dependency; daily living skills; parenting; self-sufficiency; behavioral/mental health; and, relationships. Provides behavioral health intervention services to identified children and adults.       ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Establishes rapport and develops a therapeutic relationship with assigned clients. Consistently maintains and employs a therapeutic perspective/approach when dealing with clients, their children, visitors and staff. Maintains appropriate professional boundaries avoiding dual relationships. - Participates in the admission process for all adult halfway house/residential care program residents utilizing a warm, compassionate and empathic manner to ensure that they feel welcome, appreciated, and understood. Orients new residents to program guidelines and expectations. - Observes resident interactions, appropriately intervenes when behaviors are not consistent with expectations, and teaches/coaches/role models conflict resolution/problem-solving skills as a means for effectively managing differences. - Facilitates Life Skills groups teaching essential skills necessary for independent living. On a daily basis models and mentors residents and their children on basic living tasks. - Provides education and treatment supports in connection with identified clinical initiatives and interventions in the areas of: substance use disorders; daily living skills; parenting; self-sufficiency; behavioral/mental health; and, relationships. - Consults and reviews complex situations with the treatment team as they occur. Utilizes knowledge/skills of intervention approaches/strategies to deal with children who are presenting behavioral challenges. - Provides behavioral health intervention services to identified children and adults consistently documenting interventions in conformance with House of Mercy and Medicaid services expectations. - Assures appropriate and timely administration of medications for clients and children. - Performs Breathalyzer Tests and collects urinalysis specimens for toxicology screens from residents adhering to House of Mercy Chain of Custody guidelines and procedures. - Performs daily reviews of resident living areas to insure safety, cleanliness, and organization of personal items and notifies appropriate program personnel of ongoing issues/trends. Teachers, coaches, and mentors residents in developing skills necessary to meet these expectations. - Transports residents and their children as assigned. Assists child care and parenting staff with transportation and supervision of residents and their children during recreational and educational outings. - Provides accurate information on a client’s behavior and progress for use in treatment plan review and other case management meetings. Collaborates with other treatment team members in carrying out treatment plans. Initiates corrective action with residents who are not following treatment plan goals.
Job ID
2021-150953
Department
Treatment Center
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
IA-DES MOINES
GENERAL SUMMARY: Principally supports the adult programs by: filing client related information in the appropriate chart and section; auditing client charts to insure that critical documents have been completed, regulatory and program imposed timeframes met, necessary activities and benchmarks successfully accomplished; monitoring program performance with regards to regulatory and accreditation performance improvement expectations; and serving as a teacher, coach, mentor, and role model to adult resident’s and their children.       ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Establishes rapport and develops a therapeutic relationship with clients. Consistently maintains and employs a therapeutic perspective/approach when dealing with clients, their children, visitors and staff. Maintains appropriate professional boundaries avoiding dual relationships. - Participates in House of Mercy’s Performance Quality Improvement Process through the routine review and auditing of adult client charts insuring that all regulatory, accreditation, and program related expectations are met in a timely and qualitative manner. - Observes resident interactions, appropriately intervenes when behaviors are not consistent with expectations, and teaches/coaches/role models conflict resolution/problem-solving skills as a means for effectively managing differences. - Mentors and supports residents and their children on basic living tasks. - Provides supports in connection with identified clinical initiatives and interventions in the areas of: chemical dependency; daily living skills; parenting; self-sufficiency; behavioral/mental health; and, relationships. - Assures appropriate and timely administration of medications for clients and children. - Performs Breathalyzer Tests and collects urinalysis specimen for toxicology screens from residents adhering to House of Mercy Chain of Custody guidelines and procedures. - Performs daily census review of resident living areas to document resident whereabouts, insure appropriate supervision of children, identify any safety concerns, and advance the organization’s security expectations.   - Assists residents with the care and supervision of their children when necessary/appropriate. - Documents and communicates all pertinent information/behavior/incidents in a qualitative and timely manner, adhering to all House of Mercy policies and procedures. - Provides accurate information on a client’s behavior and progress for use in treatment plan review and other case management meetings. Collaborates with other treatment team members in carrying out treatment plans. Initiates corrective action with residents who are not following treatment plan goals.
Job ID
2020-144253
Department
Treatment Center
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
GENERAL SUMMARY: Supports the educational and treatment related initiatives of House of Mercy’s adult programs. Primarily serves as a teacher, coach, mentor, and role model to adult resident’s and their children. Supports clients through the provision of education and treatment supports in connection with identified clinical initiatives and interventions in the areas of: chemical dependency; daily living skills; parenting; self-sufficiency; behavioral/mental health; and, relationships. Provides behavioral health intervention services to identified children and adults.     ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Establishes rapport and develops a therapeutic relationship with assigned clients. Consistently maintains and employs a therapeutic perspective/approach when dealing with clients, their children, visitors and staff. Maintains appropriate professional boundaries avoiding dual relationships. - Participates in the admission process for all adult halfway house/residential care program residents utilizing a warm, compassionate and empathic manner to ensure that they feel welcome, appreciated, and understood. Orients new residents to program guidelines and expectations. - Observes resident interactions, appropriately intervenes when behaviors are not consistent with expectations, and teaches/coaches/role models conflict resolution/problem-solving skills as a means for effectively managing differences. - Facilitates Life Skills groups teaching essential skills necessary for independent living. On a daily basis models and mentors residents and their children on basic living tasks. - Provides education and treatment supports in connection with identified clinical initiatives and interventions in the areas of: substance use disorders; daily living skills; parenting; self-sufficiency; behavioral/mental health; and, relationships. - Consults and reviews complex situations with the treatment team as they occur. Utilizes knowledge/skills of intervention approaches/strategies to deal with children who are presenting behavioral challenges. - Provides behavioral health intervention services to identified children and adults consistently documenting interventions in conformance with House of Mercy and Medicaid services expectations. - Assures appropriate and timely administration of medications for clients and children. - Performs Breathalyzer Tests and collects urinalysis specimens for toxicology screens from residents adhering to House of Mercy Chain of Custody guidelines and procedures. - Performs daily reviews of resident living areas to insure safety, cleanliness, and organization of personal items and notifies appropriate program personnel of ongoing issues/trends. Teachers, coaches, and mentors residents in developing skills necessary to meet these expectations. - Transports residents and their children as assigned. Assists child care and parenting staff with transportation and supervision of residents and their children during recreational and educational outings. - Provides accurate information on a client’s behavior and progress for use in treatment plan review and other case management meetings. Collaborates with other treatment team members in carrying out treatment plans. Initiates corrective action with residents who are not following treatment plan goals. #MissionCritical
Job ID
2020-143484
Department
Treatment Center
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
*SIGN ON BONUS*       GENERAL SUMMARY: Assists teachers with nurturing and teaching of children in support of the objectives of the developmental programs for families at risk residing at House of Mercy.  Provides adequate supervision to children at all times.       ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Assists the teacher with supervision of all children’s activities so as to maintain a safe and healthy environment. - Assists the teacher in planning and conducting N.A.E.Y.C. and developmental appropriate lessons to meet the needs of the individual children and the group. - Assists the teacher by passing on observations regarding the children’s health, behavior and development. Assists the teacher in preparing and conducting parent/teacher conferences. - Documents necessary information (e.g., incident reports, daily progress, etc.). - Assists the teacher in facilitating training and educating of parents during shadowing in the day care. - Assists with general housekeeping tasks in the Center, including clean up of equipment and child areas.   #MissionCritical #MissionCritical
Job ID
2020-139328
Department
Child Care Center
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
  Assumes primary responsibility for overseeing, coordinating and facilitating comprehensive care delivery in all clinical areas during designated shifts. Serves as in-house administration after business hours and on weekends/holidays. Assumes delegated nursing administrative responsibilities in the absences of the director and/or Vice President. Assist directors in providing resources and monitors the productivity of the team. Serves as the communication link between the care team and directors. Participates in operationalizing CHI Health Strategic Initiatives and serves as a role model for ethical management. Supports a professional practice philosophy within a shared governance system that supports the hospital mission and nursing vision. - Has the authority to interview, hire, orient, terminate, promote, train and conduct performance evaluations. - Assigns day-to-day work activities; directs the functional and technical job performance of team members. - Allocate and direct staffing needs to meet patient, unit, and department needs, and collaborate with others to ensure overall staffing needs are met. - Responsible for the coordination and support of patient activity and safe practices in all clinical areas on the designated shift. - Oversight for placement of all admissions on designated shift. All hospital EMTALA transfers requests are discussed/coordinated through the House Supervisor. - Responsible for facilitating unit triaging during times of peak census. When high census or ICU contingency plans are imminent, coordinates decisions with Directors, Medical Director, Vice President and Administrator on-call as appropriate. - Responds to high risk situations, provides direction, supports and assists as necessary toward problem resolution in a timely manner. - Coordinates daily staffing adjustments to maintain safe and effective care. Works with Department Director as necessary to resolve assignment issues.
Job ID
2020-146671
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Creighton University - Bergan Mercy
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Assesses patients and plan care for shift needs in all departments with assistance from nursing staff and department managers; must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and possess the ability to assess data reflective of the patient’s status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patient’s requirements relative to their specific needs, and provide the care needed as described in each department. Additional responsibilities for this health care role include: - Manages overtime and unit staffing for all nursing staff based on budget, patient acuity and census on a daily basis - Communicates staffing decisions to Nurse Managers of concerned area - Ensures agency nursing staff is in appropriate units at the scheduled time - Responds and intervenes in all emergency situations - Coordinates all staff nurse sick calls and communicates information to the manager of concern. - Responsible for the notification of on call staff - Responsible for coordinating after hour procedures - Acts promptly and decisively to address problems that arise throughout the house - Serves as administrative/management representative at all times
Job ID
2020-110939
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Joseph College Station Hospital
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-COLLEGE STATION
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 practice as defined by the Board of Nurse Examiners for the State of Texas. Responsible for the 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 professional nursing  
Job ID
2021-151098
Department
Care Coordination
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Health - The Woodlands Campus
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-THE WOODLANDS
Responsible for the delivery of patient care that promotes safety and well-being of all patients in a given shift. Plans, directs, coordinates and evaluates the overall clinical nursing practice and administrative activities, including fiscal, material and human resource management during working hours. Participates in development and implementation of hospital policies and procedures. Maintains open communication with team members to improve performance and inform the Director of Nursing of any serious and unusual situations. Assumes responsibility of functioning as a regular registered nurse as needed.   - Integrates nursing units into the organization's vision and mission. - Provide leadership and direction during a given shift. - Demonstrates an ability to identify and resolve problems, uses initiative and good judgment to reach quality decisions. - Assists in identifying inappropriate behavior and performance of team members below expectations and advise Director of Nursing. - Promptly and fully investigates and responds to complaints of patients, visitors, physicians, and staff through own action or appropriate referral. - Arranges admission or transfer of patients to and / or from other facilities.  - Interacts on a continuous basis with other departments by directing activities toward problem resolution. - Floats to other areas as assigned; responds to floating requests with a positive attitude. - Assumes responsibility of a charge nurse when the need arises. - Supports and promotes excellence in customer/patient relations: Courteous, diplomatic and tactful at all times. Maintains an effective communication with patients, visitors, physicians, co-workers and other team members. - Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills appropriate to the age, type and developmental stage of patients. Treats all patients, visitors and team members fairly and with respect. Demonstrates effective listening skills to provide support for patients and team members' concerns. - Supports and promotes Infection Control Program: Demonstrates adherence to infection control policies as evidenced by in-service attendance records and employee practices. 
Job ID
2021-155260
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Joseph College Station Hospital
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-COLLEGE STATION
- Human Resources Management - Follows process that define qualifications, responsibilities, competencies of staff needed to provide care and services that meet the needs of the patient care units. - Familiar with each units staffing plan to meet customer and service needs that effectively addresses staffing guidelines, productivity measures, and the hospital plan of care to provide safe and high quality service. - Participates on departmental work teams that successfully assess, revise, and improve work outcomes. - Provides frequent and clear communication and feedback to staff based on individual needs and job requirements. - Provides or facilitates continuing education/training for team members, with particular focus on quality improvement in teams, use of equipment, interpersonal relationships, customer service, and leadership as assigned or delegated. - Holds self accountable for 100% attendance at mandatory education. - Assists clinical Resource Dept. to assures all new team members successfully complete general and department orientation within designated time frames. - Communicate Knowledge on all current hospital and department policies and procedures to patient care employees. - Assures record of all staff licensure and certification is in JCAHO department files and current at all times. - Promotes confidence in team members through peer recognition and reinforcement of successes by team and its members. - Facilitates and fosters ongoing problem solving that utilizes teams and collaboration. - Participates as a team member that can focus on immediate issues, move quickly, and achieve specific results as planned. - Supports others to do their best, creating an atmosphere focused on results, achievement and recognition. - Fiscal Management - Acts as financial steward for Clinical Resource department and the staffing resource utilization based on care and services provided that is in alignment with mission, vision, and values of St. Vincent Health System. - Monitors and modifies staffing skill mix according to shifts in demand for services and resource availability. - Communicates information and costs to team and all others involved in supporting the provision of care and services. - Continually defines, analyzes, and implements efficient workflow utilizing process improvement principles. - Materials Management - Follows departmental plan for meeting material and capital needs that is based on available resources and consistent with the mission, vision, and values of St. Vincent Health System. - Follows the systems processes for determining for and projecting material and capital needs on a yearly and provide input to Director. - Utilizes ongoing system that effectively manages material and supply usage. - Management of Information and Support - Maintains a work environment that develops leadership and accountability skills in all staff. - Systematically empowers employees by relocating decision making for customer satisfaction to those serving the customer. - Participates in the Quality improvement of the department by serving on teams that include ongoing mechanisms for measuring and improving quality of service and outcomes.  - Assesses and implements plan for continuously improving own leadership skills. - Develops own and staff skills in seeing organizational issues from the broad view, anticipating challenges and opportunities, thinking ahead, and the ability to react quickly with tactical responses to changes in work demands. - Maintains a precise and constant flow of information to staff through numerous channels and opportunities. - Leadership - Challenges the status quo to improve efficiency of operations. - Ensures that the competence of staff is assessed, maintained, demonstrated, and improved on an ongoing basis. - Creates and supports an environment in department that encourages problem solving, experimentation, creativity, calculated risk taking, desire to excel and pride in success. - Is adaptable, appreciates others viewpoints and open to new assignments. - Continually focuses staff attention and planning on future opportunities for improvements in services provided. - Is an effective advocate, gets ideas adopted, moves people to action, ask hard questions, and helps staff feel they are part of something bigger than themselves. - Role models effective team leader skills in department committees, problem analysis and feedback sessions, and participation on cross functional teams. - Demonstrates a positive attitude resulting in a high level of individual and group morale in department. - Sets dramatic and inspiring goals that result in high expectations and successful outcomes. - Deals with issues in an unemotional and objective manner, while striving to enhance self esteem of others and listen with empathy. - Gets things done by setting deadlines for certain actions, closely monitoring the progress of activities, and intervening quickly when these are not proceeding according to schedule. - Sets the role model for accountability. - States clearly what is wanted and expected from others.
Job ID
2021-153222
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-SHERWOOD
Responsible for the delivery of patient care that promotes safety and well-being of all patients in a given shift. Plans, directs, coordinates and evaluates the overall clinical nursing practice and administrative activities, including fiscal, material and human resource management during working hours. Participates in development and implementation of hospital policies and procedures. Maintains open communication with team members to improve performance and inform the Director of Nursing of any serious and unusual situations. Assumes responsibility of functioning as a regular registered nurse as needed.   - Integrates nursing units into the organization's vision and mission. - Provide leadership and direction during a given shift. - Demonstrates an ability to identify and resolve problems, uses initiative and good judgment to reach quality decisions. - Assists in identifying inappropriate behavior and performance of team members below expectations and advise Director of Nursing. - Promptly and fully investigates and responds to complaints of patients, visitors, physicians, and staff through own action or appropriate referral. - Arranges admission or transfer of patients to and / or from other facilities.  - Interacts on a continuous basis with other departments by directing activities toward problem resolution. - Floats to other areas as assigned; responds to floating requests with a positive attitude. - Assumes responsibility of a charge nurse when the need arises. - Supports and promotes excellence in customer/patient relations: Courteous, diplomatic and tactful at all times. Maintains an effective communication with patients, visitors, physicians, co-workers and other team members. - Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills appropriate to the age, type and developmental stage of patients. Treats all patients, visitors and team members fairly and with respect. Demonstrates effective listening skills to provide support for patients and team members' concerns. - Supports and promotes Infection Control Program: Demonstrates adherence to infection control policies as evidenced by in-service attendance records and employee practices. 
Job ID
2021-152723
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
Burleson St.Joseph Health Ctr
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-CALDWELL
Assumes primary responsibility for overseeing, coordinating and facilitating comprehensive care delivery in all clinical areas during designated shifts. Serves as in-house administration after business hours and on weekends/holidays. Assumes delegated nursing administrative responsibilities in the absences of the director and/or Vice President. Assist directors in providing resources and monitors the productivity of the team. Serves as the communication link between the care team and directors. Participates in operationalizing CHI Health Strategic Initiatives and serves as a role model for ethical management. Supports a professional practice philosophy within a shared governance system that supports the hospital mission and nursing vision. - Has the authority to interview, hire, orient, terminate, promote, train and conduct performance evaluations. - Assigns day-to-day work activities; directs the functional and technical job performance of team members. - Allocate and direct staffing needs to meet patient, unit, and department needs, and collaborate with others to ensure overall staffing needs are met. - Responsible for the coordination and support of patient activity and safe practices in all clinical areas on the designated shift. - Oversight for placement of all admissions on designated shift. All hospital EMTALA transfers requests are discussed/coordinated through the House Supervisor. - Responsible for facilitating unit triaging during times of peak census. When high census or ICU contingency plans are imminent, coordinates decisions with Directors, Medical Director, Vice President and Administrator on-call as appropriate. - Responds to high risk situations, provides direction, supports and assists as necessary toward problem resolution in a timely manner. - Coordinates daily staffing adjustments to maintain safe and effective care. Works with Department Director as necessary to resolve assignment issues.
Job ID
2021-151514
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Immanuel
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Responsible to the Nurse Manager/Director. Functions as the unit supervisor, clinical resource person, and responsible for nursing resource utilization. Assumes responsibility for unit operations for shift worked.
Job ID
2021-150704
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Vincent Hot Springs
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
AR-HOT SPRINGS
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
2020-147596
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Memorial
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
TN-HIXSON
Assesses patients and plan care for shift needs in all departments with assistance from nursing staff and department managers; must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and possess the ability to assess data reflective of the patient’s status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patient’s requirements relative to their specific needs, and provide the care needed as described in each department.   - Manages overtime and unit staffing for all nursing staff based on budget, patient acuity and census on a daily basis - Communicates staffing decisions to Nurse Managers of concerned area - Ensures agency nursing staff is in appropriate units at the scheduled time - Responds and intervenes in all emergency situations - Coordinates all staff nurse sick calls and communicates information to the manager of concern. - Responsible for the notification of on call staff - Responsible for coordinating after hour procedures - Acts promptly and decisively to address problems that arise throughout the house - Serves as administrative/management representative at all times
Job ID
2021-151096
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Joseph College Station Hospital
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-COLLEGE STATION
GENERAL SUMMARY: Supervises and coordinates hospital activities for assigned shift for West Lakes campus.  Primary shift responsibilities include interdepartmental rounds; facilitation of interdepartmental communication; coordination of off-shift ancillary departments’ specialty needs; appropriate patient placement and bed utilization; crisis response; policy resource and interpretation; response to customer service issues; consultation, collaboration and communication with the Administrator-on-call and appropriate others as indicated.  Other responsibilities may include clinical support assistance as needed.  Works independently with limited direction using the Nurse Practice Act, Mercy Medical Center policies, nursing standards, ethical principles, and professional judgment.       ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Understands the inter-relatedness of the organization’s individual components. - Maintains awareness of organizational and departmental activity on assigned shift by completing interdepartmental rounds to nursing units and other patient service areas. - Facilitates efficient operation of hospital activities in absence of hospital Administration. - Serves as a staff resource for policy and procedure questions and interpretation. - Responds to patient, family, physician, and staff needs in various capacities (e.g. Patient Advocate, Infection Control, Employee Health Services). - Consults and collaborates interdepartmentally as indicated regarding patient and visitor needs (e.g. Nursing, Social Services, Pastoral Care, Security). - Supports and promotes evidence-based practice and research among unit leaders and staff. - Directs health care members as necessary (i.e., registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, patient care technicians, etc.) in the delivery of safe and effective patient care. - Responds to emergency and crisis events to assist with coordination of patient care activities such as securing bed assignments, contacting families and significant others, obtaining supplies, and providing general supervision. - Directs/provides emergency support measures (i.e., court committals, protecting patient from injury) and performs efficiently in emergency situations following established standards. - Assists with care of patients and appropriate documentation in Cerner. - Assists with appropriate patient placement and bed assignment. - Facilitates interdepartmental communication regarding patient transfers to maximize efficient bed utilization. - Performs efficiently in emergency situations following established standards. - Directs/provides emergency support measures (i.e. initiates and/or facilitates Code Blue and subsequent CPR interventions, court committals, protecting patient from injury). - Performs compliance audits and monitors and reports findings consistently. #MissionCritical
Job ID
2021-153480
Department
Home Health Care Admin
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne West Des Moines
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-WEST DES MOINES
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