Careers

Housekeeping Aide

Shift(s): Non-Exempt, Hourly
Department: Housekeeping
Location(s): Memorial Hospital Seminole Hospital District
Date Posted: February 27, 2019

SUMMARY/OBJECTIVE:

Performs duties involved in cleaning and sanitizing Hospital District facilities to include furnishings, decorum, equipment, and laundering materials not laundered by outside laundering service in accordance with established medical facility cleanliness standards.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

High School Diploma or Equivalent

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

Cleans bathroom and basin and shower.

Stocks bathroom with toilet paper and paper towels.

Cleans patient rooms after patient is discharged or transferred as stipulated in established procedures.

Cleans day room, nursing stations, utility rooms, lounges, report, and exam rooms.

Cleans assigned areas of the hospital district (departments/ offices)

Cleans furniture, fixtures, and hospital surfaces.

Cleans floors by  sweeping, dry or wet mopping, disinfecting, stripping, buffing, and waxing as necessary.

Cleans carpeting by vacuuming and shampooing when necessary.

Communicates positively and respectfully to audience (coworkers, patients, physicians, and others)

Performs required tasks without prompting and adjusts appropriately to situations.

Adheres to the attendance policy.

Follows District and Department Policies.

PERSONAL JOB RELATED SKILLS:

Ability to read and write

Ability to follow verbal and written instructions

PHYSICAL & MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

Extended periods of standing/ walking, manual dexterity, pushing pulling carts <300 lbs., repetitive motion, lifting/carrying  >= 50 lbs., crawling, climbing, kneeling/bending, hearing acuity, visual acuity

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Registered Nurse

Shift(s): Full-Time
Department: Nursing (general)
Location(s): Memorial Hospital Seminole Hospital District
Date Posted: April 22, 2019

SUMMARY/OBJECTIVE:

Performs principle responsibility of total nursing care, assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of each assigned patient. Plans, provides, and documents discharge planning, teaching, and educates patients, family or others to attain optimal health and continuity of care. Assures that the plan of care is carried out in a safe environment through performance and supervision of subordinate personnel.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/COMPETENCIES:

Effective oral and written communication skills.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

Graduate of an accredited School of Professional Nursing

Two years of experience as a professional Registered Nurse. One-year ER and Labor & Delivery experience preferred.

ADDITIONAL ELIGIBILITY QUALIFICATIONS:

Registered Nurse License by the State of Texas

Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) Certification

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certification

Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) Certification

Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC) / Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Certification preferred

TCCN preferred

PHYSICAL & MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

Duties of the position requires extended periods of standing, walking, pushing, pulling, repetitive motions. Lifts up to fifty pounds, and occasionally heavy lifting in supporting or moving patients who may suddenly become weak or helpless. The ability to comprehend and follow written and verbal instructions.

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Respiratory Therapist

Shift(s): Non-Exempt, Hourly Full-Time
Department: Respiratory Therapy
Location(s): Memorial Hospital Seminole Hospital District
Date Posted: December 02, 2019

SUMMARY/OBJECTIVE:

Provides respiratory therapy services for patients of the hospital as ordered by a physician to include interventional procedures, conducting pulmonary function testing, cardiac stress tests, holter monitoring, ECG, and arterial blood gas analysis, and emergency respiratory support.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

Graduate of an approved JRCRTE Program

Associate degree or higher preferred.

Licensure, Registry, Certification:

Certified as a CRTT or Certified as an RRT

DSHS License

CPR

PERSONAL JOB RELATED SKILLS

One (1) years’ experience as a Certified Cardiopulmonary Technician

Critical Care experience preferred.

EXPERIENCE:

One (1) years’ experience as a Certified Cardiopulmonary Technician

Critical Care experience preferred.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Performs pulmonary function testing on patients.

Administers gas and aerosol therapy and IPPB therapies

Performs arterial punctures and analysis of the blood for ABG’s

Maintenance and removal of secretions through various methods.

Places patents on ventilators and monitors them continuously.

Performs routine ECG’s and prepares them for physical interpretation.

Provides care appropriate for the neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients served based on demonstrated knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span.

Assesses and interprets data on neonate and the pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients’ status to identify patients’ requirements relative to their age specific needs and provides care needed as stipulated in departmental policy.

Discusses the condition and treatment of patients with the patient’s physician, cardiopulmonary consultant, and cardiopulmonary staff members and recommends changes in cardiopulmonary care when indicated.

PHYSICAL & MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

manual dexterity, moderate periods of standing and walking, pushing pulling, repetitive motion, lifting/carrying >= 50 lbs., reaching, visual acuity, supporting patients who may become weak or helpless, repetitive motion, kneeling/bending

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Circulating Operating Room Nurse RN

Payscale: Hourly, non-exempt
Department: Surgery
Location(s): Memorial Hospital Seminole Hospital District
Chain of Command: OR Direcot, CCOO, CEO
Date Posted: June 22, 2020

JOB SUMMARY:

Functions in a supervisory role and is free to move about to assist all other personnel before, during and after each surgical procedure. Focuses all efforts toward the maintenance of the principles of surgical asepsis, protection of the patient from the external environment and maintenance of the patient’s self concept.

PHYSICAL & MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

Extended periods of sitting/standing
Manual dexterity
Lifting/Carrying >=50 lbs
Walking
Pushing/Pulling
Crawling
Climbing
Visual acuity
Occasional high stressful
Hearing acuity
Kneeling/Bending

HAZARDS:

OSHA Blood Bourne Pathogens Class I, Exposure to Ionizing Radiation, Exposure to anesthetic gases and drugs, Exposure to chemicals

LICENSURE, REGISTRY & CERTIFICATION:

Registered Nurse Licensed by the state of Texas
CPR, BLS, and ACLS (preferred)

EXPERIENCE:

One (1) year as a professional RN

TECHNICAL TRAINING:

Current CPS Certification

DUTIES:

Reviews the pre-operative diagnosis and planned surgical procedure.
Reviews the patient’s medical history and any allergies.
Accompanies the post-operative patient from the operating room to the post-anesthesia recovery room.
Determines that the operative consent form is correct and has been signed by the patient.
Assesses the patients’ medical status as to level of consciousness, organ perfusion, and respiratory status.
Determines the patient’s present psychological status and needs.
Answers any questions that the patient addresses or any concerns that the patient voices.
Explains everything that is done prior to instituting the procedure no matter how minor it may seem.
Determines that the patient is properly positioned and restrained to the operating table.
Communicates any questions or problems to the physician or other members of the surgical team.
Assists in pre- and post-operative patient teaching program.

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Surgical/Operating Room Technician

Payscale: Hourly, non-exempt
Department: Surgery/OR
Location(s): Memorial Hospital Seminole Hospital District
Date Posted: July 8, 2020

JOB SUMMARY:

Assists in nursing care activities and institutional services in the operating room under the direction of a Registered Nurse and according to departmental policies. Performs “scrub” duties and specific institutional nursing services duties appropriate and authorized by the situation.

PHYSICAL & MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

Extended periods of sitting/standing
Extended periods of sitting/standing
Manual dexterity
Pushing/Pulling
Repetitive motion
Lifting/carrying >= 50 lbs.
Crawling
Climbing
Kneeling/Bending
Walking
Visual acuity
Hearing acuity

HAZARDS:

OHSA Blood Bourne Pathogens Class I
Exposure to Ionizing Radiation
Exposure to anesthetic gases and drugs
Exposure to chemicals

EDUCATION:

High School Graduate or equivalent
Graduate of an Operating Room Technical Program

LICENSURE, REGISTRY & CERTIFICATION:

Certification as Operating Room Technician

EXPERIENCE:

Operating Room experience (preferred)

TECHNICAL TRAINING:

Operating Room Technician Program, Currently CPR Certified

DUTIES:

Assists in helping the surgeon accomplish a plan of care for the patient.
Performs delegated duties as a “scrubbed” member of the nursing team, including preparing the room, supplies, and equipment for the patient. Assisting in preparing the preoperative site and draping the patient according to established procedure to provide and ample sterile field.
Assists in cleanup of room between cases and at the end of the schedule, including bagging of soiled linens, disposing of soiled gloves and debris, transporting soiled instruments and salvaged supplies to the workroom, and washing of buckets.
Assist in the operation of electrical equipment and sterilization and or disinfection of equipment.
Provides and adjusts care appropriate for all ages of patients served.
Transports patients from the nursing unit to the operating room and from the operating room to the recovery room if instructed to do so.
Assists in the preparation of specimens and transporting them to a designated area.
Cleans soiled instruments, using washer sterilizer and/or ultrasonic cleaner, checks for defective items, assembles clean instruments in perfect condition trays and stores special items in designated areas.
Selects and transports required operative setup to rooms for specific cases.
Tests operational efficiency of equipment prior to and after each case and reports problems to the nurse in charge.
Sterilizes and disinfects instruments prior to procedure if necessary.
Assist in restocking of rooms according to established standards.
Assists in taking inventories of equipment and supplies.

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Nursing Home RN Supervisor

Shift(s): Weekend (16 hour shifts)
Location(s): Memorial Health Care Center (Nursing Home)
Date Posted: June 08, 2020
Additional: $10,000 sign-on bonus

SUMMARY/OBJECTIVE:
Has principle responsibility of the total nursing care, assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of each assigned resident. Assures that the plan of care is carried out in a safe environment through performance and supervision of subordinate personnel. Records resident histories, administers medications, follows Physician’s orders and communicate with Physician’s and families as needed.

ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Utilizes the nursing process, completes a comprehensive physical and psychological assessment of patients.
Takes nursing histories to provide a basis for developing patient care plans.
Completes a thorough nursing assessment and history
Identifies teaching and learning needs with each resident to promote independence.
Provides an ongoing assessment that accurately reflects needs and desires of residents
Consistently uses input form resident, family, significant other, physician, and healthcare team members.
Supervises and assists staff members providing care while remaining responsible for the delivery of quality nursing care.

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:
Extended periods of standing or walking, manual dexterity, pushing, pulling, repetitive motion, lifting/carrying >=50lbs., kneeling, bending, stooping, visual acuity, hearing acuity, and reaching.

WORK CONDITIONS:
Inside, occasional highly stressful

HAZARDS:
OHSA Blood Bourne Pathogens Class I

TYPES OF CLIENTS SERVED:
Adults 18-55yrs and Geriatric >55yrs

EDUCATION:
Graduate of an accredited School of Professional Nursing.

LICENSURE, REGISTRY AND CERTIFICATION:
Registered Nurse licensed by the State of Texas.
BCLS

PERSONAL JOB RELATED SKILLS:
Effective oral and written communication skills

EXPERIENCE:
Prior work experience: two (2) years experience as a professional RN (preferred)

TECHNICAL TRAINING:
Current CPR certification

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Restorative Nurse Aide/CNA

Payscale: Hourly, Non-Exempt, Shift Diff
Location(s): Memorial Health Care Center (Nursing Home)
Date Posted: June 19, 2020

SUMMARY/OBJECTIVE:
Under the general supervision of the MDS coordinator and Physical Therapist, administers restorative care which includes, transfers, walking, strength training and range of motion. Documenting all services according to the RAI manual and PT. Assists with teaching and training of all CNAS and students as needed. Keep in constant communication with charge nurse, DON, MDS coordinator and Administrator with residents needs. Complete all documentation as needed. Assist floor CNAs when needed.

ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Follow restorative care plans as directed by Physical Therapist and Provider
Maintain equipment and log DME
Attend care plan, IDT, QU, and QAPI meetings
Obtain weekly and monthly weights
Assist with all admissions and work with PT for transfer instructions
Assist with education and training for all CNA employees and students
Assist with all PIPS needed with QAPI
Assists residents with activities in daily living according to their Care plans and MHC Policies and Procedures.

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:
Extended periods of standing or walking, manual dexterity, pushing, pulling, repetitive motion, lifting/carrying =>50lbs., kneeling, bending, stooping, visual acuity, hearing acuity, and reaching.

WORK CONDITIONS:
Inside, occasional highly stressful

HAZARDS:
OHSA Blood Bourne Pathogens Class I

EDUCATION:
High school graduate or equivalent experience
Completion of a training and competency evaluation program approved by the State of Texas for Nursing Assistants

LICENSURE, REGISTRY AND CERTIFICATION:
Current registry with the Nurse Aide Registry
BCLA
RNA Training

PERSONAL JOB RELATED SKILLS:
Effective oral and written communication skills
Able to follow written and verbal instructions
Ability to read and write in English

EXPERIENCE:
Entry level position
One (1) year of nurse aide experience in a clinical or long-term care setting (preferred)

TECHNICAL TRAINING:
Current CPR certification
Proficient in operating Patient Transfer Lifts

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