IT Support Technician

Shift(s): Full-Time
Department: IT Department
Location(s): Seminole Hospital District
Date Posted: November 5, 2019


The position of Help Desk Coordinator (HDC) has the primary responsibility for providing technology support for Seminole Hospital District employees and business associates who call the help desk with information technology issues.  The Help Desk Coordinator must diagnose and troubleshoot mainframe, PC, and printer issues as well as network issues via telephone, voicemail, email or the Spiceworks ticket logging system available to all end users.  While available to respond to the desk side when necessary, the Help Desk Coordinator will normally resolve an estimated 40-60% of calls immediately while on the phone with the customer.  When appropriate, the HDC will assign issues to others within, or affiliated with, the IT Department to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the response to the customer. Required to assist the IT Dept with daily operations such as but not limited to running ethernet cables, configuring new PC/Laptops, PM on devices, patch management, and working the on-call rotation.

• Bachelor’s degree in job related area, preferred.
• Certifications preferred: CompTIA A+, Network+, Healthcare IT Technician. Microsoft MSCE, MSCA. Cisco CCENT, CCNA.


• Valid Driver’s License & Evidence of Insurability
• Criminal Justice Fingerprint/Background Clearance


• Excellent customer service skills with a focus on call control, attention to detail, and methodical troubleshooting
• Strong analytical skills and reasoning ability to identified solutions to technical issues


• Strong understanding of help desk support principles including documentation and issue ownership
• Working knowledge of Windows Operating Systems and Microsoft Office applications


• Ability to effectively communicate technical information to both customers and management in written and verbal form.
• Ability to independently manage your time and handle multiple tasks.
• Flexibility to work extra hours as required on nights and weekends.


• 2– 4 years of progressive experience troubleshooting and diagnosing computer related issues is required
• Job related experience within specialized field is required.


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
• Extended periods of sitting and standing
• Manual dexterity
• Repetitive motion
• Bending and Kneeling
• Walking
• Pushing and pulling
• Lifting and carrying >=50lbs
• Visual Acuity
• Hearing Acuity


Fitness Center Assistant

Shift(s): Part-Time
Department: Fitness Center
Location(s): Memorial Hospital Seminole Hospital District
Date Posted: September 19, 2019


Instructs and supervises exercising clients. Welcomes members and visitors to the center. Performs front dust functions and tracks members. Assists in the cleaning and maintaining of Fitness Center equipment. Performs center clerical and support duties.


High School Diploma or Equivalent


Professional certification preferred (American College of Sports Medicine)

BCLS required


Previous public relations experience

Experience with exercise and fitness preferred




• Intermittent periods of sitting/standing/walking
• Pushing/Pulling
• Ability to comprehend and follow written or verbal instructions
• Lifting/carrying > = 40 lbs.
• Crawling
• Climbing
• Kneeling/Bending
• Walking
• Visual acuity


Housekeeping Aide

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


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.


High School Diploma or Equivalent


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.


Ability to read and write

Ability to follow verbal and written instructions


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


Registered Nurse

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


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.


Effective oral and written communication skills.


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.


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


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.


Respiratory Therapist

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


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.


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



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

Critical Care experience preferred.


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

Critical Care experience preferred.


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.


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


Night Attendant

Shift(s): Non-Exempt, Nights
Location(s): Memorial Place Assisted Living
Date Posted: June 04, 2020

Provide personal care services, assistance, support and supervision to residents. Provide medication assistance to residents in accordance with state regulations.

Follow the assistance plan in providing services to residents.
Clean common areas as scheduled
Do facility laundry.
Assist residents with activities of daily living, including bathing, dressing, eating, toileting, hygiene and mobility as indicated in individual service plans and as needed.
Give residents prescribed medication or remind them to take medication. Notify supervisor when medications need to be refilled, within at least four days of running out of medication.
Assist residents with oxygen, ostomies, and other medical problems as outlined in the assistance plan.
Clean kitchen surfaces, appliances, cabinets, etc.
Clean public restrooms daily
Set tables in a formal setting for morning meal
Clean laundry rooms and appliances
Monitor health, safety and well-being of the residents.
Document information pertaining to changes in residents’ functional status, personal needs, appointments, etc.
Assist in keeping the environment safe for residents.
Provide one-on-one support/visitation to assigned residents on a weekly basis or as requested by supervisor or as specified in the assistance plan or daily communication log.
Report concerns about residents to supervisor and coworkers.
Respond to resident emergencies; provide first-aid assistance and arrange for appropriate medical attention/follow-up.
Maintain cleanliness of activity rooms
Identify supplies needed to perform tasks and report needs to supervisor.
Maintain an accurate record of chargeable services (guest meals, guest room use, special order products, etc.). Submit record to supervisor weekly.
Practice safety in working around and with equipment, chemicals, tools and utensils.
Maintain a checklist of duties performed as instructed     by the supervisor.
Carry out other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Adhere to and carry out all policies and procedures.
Report on-the-job injuries to the supervisor before the end of the work shift on the day the injury occurs.
Establish and maintain constructive working relationships with coworkers, residents, families, and visitors.
Maintain confidentiality of verbal and written information pertaining to residents, facility operations and personnel.
Promote Memorial Place Assisted Living , Memorial Hospital and all other related facilities and programs in a positive way.
Promote teamwork in providing services to residents.

OSHA-MSDS sheets and procedures.
Fire and safety procedures
Texas State Regulations and Requirements
Food-handling regulations
Operation of kitchen appliances (dishwasher, garbage disposal, microwave, coffee maker, ice machine, oven, stove), office equipment (photocopier, telephone, walkie-talkie, FAX machine), and household appliances (vacuum cleaner, carpet shampoo machine, floor machine)

Heated/Air-conditioned, well-lit facility with minimal barriers
Weekend work on rotation basis
On call on a rotation schedule
Lifting, pushing or pulling up to 30 lbs., using proper body mechanics and/or available equipment
Bending or kneeling for up to 15 consecutive minutes to perform cleaning tasks
Lifting arms above head to reach and clean shelves, ledges and windows
Working 3-3.75 hours standing, walking, and moving about without the need to sit down
Working with cleaning chemicals
Working 12 hour shift.

Excellent customer service skills
Training/Experience as a nursing assistant or home-health aide preferred
Skills in nurturing and organizing similar to those in a domestic household
Experience or interest in working with older adults
Maturity, friendliness and enjoyment in working with people
Demonstrated housekeeping ability in own home
Knowledge/Training in medication administration or willingness to learn
High school diploma or GED, with reading, comprehension and writing ability at 12th-grade level or higher

Residents always come first, and their needs will be met unless there is a conflict with the needs of others or the organization as a whole.
Employees will not work under the influence of mood-altering or illegal drugs or alcohol.
Neat appearance, adherence to the dress code and good personal hygiene are expected.