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ACO Care Coordinator-7528

Category: RN Opportunities

Department: Community Services

Primary Duties: The ACO Care Coordinator will be responsible for the identification, evaluation and coordination of all applicable health care services attributed to the St. Margaret’s ACO, which will include all patients identified as high risk (two or more chronic health conditions or excessive user of health care services).   The Care Coordinator will facilitate a shared goal model within and across all settings to achieve the desired patient/family centered outcomes, including the responsibility for the development of a comprehensive plan of care and expediting the care for ACO patients.  This person reports to Linda Burt within the Community Services division. 

Qualifications: BSN/MSN preferred; Licensed Nurse Practitioner or eligible for licensure within the State of Illinois; the qualified candidate must have strong analytical skills including the ability to cultivate effective partnerships and collaborate with physician providers.  Previous experience utilizing Information System resources (2 years work experience with Excel preferred) and databases to promote successful patient encounters.  Previous case management experience preferred. 

Opportunity Type: Full-time

Shift: DAYS

Schedule: 40 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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AFI/Scanning Clerk-7621

Category: General Opportunities

Department: Medical Records

Primary Duties:Working independently or in collaboration with the Medical Records department, provides, and assures prompt scanning and organization of all patient related “data” into the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) for use by all internal users within the building.  Maintains medical record integrity through scanning of patients’ medical records into electronic format utilizing established process.  Directing incoming faxes; assign document to either patient record or employee.  Redirecting incoming labs, transcription, test results from outside sources to patient record. Good keyboarding skills with ability to accurately transfer information from eye to keyboard without transposing information. Ability to perform job functions and make task-related decisions with limited direct supervision. Must comply with HIPAA. Able to locate patient name and select correct episode for type of record to be prepped. Able to correctly save work performed on electronic files. Computer operating skills to include login and logoff, opening, closing, saving and copying files and printing documents. Must maintain work product accuracy standards of 95% or better.  Maintains medical record integrity through filing, assembling and retrieving confidential patient records for all purposes.  This position requires the employee to have access and protect patient health information whether in electronic, written or verbal form. 

Qualifications:High school graduate or equivalent required.  Knowledge of general operating systems including; word processing, spreadsheet and email applications.  Attention to detail and ability to prioritize and organize work is required. Adaptive independence to tasks and sudden changes in priorities based on the organization, providers, or patient needs is required. Must project a positive demeanor and tone in all interactions with patients, families, and fellow team members.  Knowledge base and skill in use of fax, keyboarding, microfiche reader, telephone and computer, basic computer skills, and ability to operate photocopy machine required.  Must be able to pass test covering filing, typing, alphabetizing and spelling skills with at least an 80% accuracy rate.  Medical terminology and abbreviation test given to determine extent of medical word knowledge.  Medical records, medical terminology and scanning experience preferred but not required.  This is a temporary position.

Opportunity Type: Full-time

Shift: DAYS

Schedule: 40 HRS/WK (Temporary Position)

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Athletic Trainer-7562

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Rehab Services

Primary Duties: Provides quality and efficient athletic training services to area athletes/parents/coaches.  Provides support duties to the physical therapists and physical therapy assistants as directed.

Qualifications:Graduate of a four-year degree athletic trainer certificate.  Certified through the American Trainers Association.  Working knowledge of medical terminology.

Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Biller Third Party Insurance-7611

Category: General Opportunities

Department: Business Office

Primary Duties: Interviews patients, representatives and reviews information from other departments and edits or updates accounts with information if needed.  Thorough understanding of statement cycle, collection events, collection letters, mail or any other correspondence such as explanation of benefits, and adjustment batches.  Utilizes approved Internet websites to help in collection of balances and keep updated on governmental and other agency rules and regulations.   Understands provider based billing and hospital collection policy and guidelines and discusses with patient or representative as needed.  Thorough knowledge of SSI electronic claims system, and Meditech BAR, PBR, APR, and PWM modules.  Maintains current information of billing procedures, including but not limited to, proper claim forms, appeals, bundled or late charges, non-covered and denied charges, non billable charges, advance beneficiary notices, and overpayments, according to government or other agencies and their regulations.  Maintains integrity of accounts according to those rules and regulations.

Qualifications: High school graduate or GED equivalent.  Requires typing and computer skills, multi-tasking capabilities, and good interpersonal skills.  Knowledge of ICD-9, ICD10, CPT coding, Medical terminology, and hospital or physician office billing helpful.

Opportunity Type: Full-time

Shift: DAYS

Schedule: 40 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Cert/Registered Cardiopulmonary Tech-7470

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department:Cardiopulmonary

Primary Duties: Set up, operates and maintains various types of cardiopulmonary equipment to be utilized in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiopulmonary disease, acute pulmonary illness or metabolic disorders.

Qualifications: High school diploma or GED equivalent.  CRT or RRT by NBRC.  License from State of Illinois.  Prefer previous cardiopulmonary experience.  BLS required.  ACLS, PALS, and NRP encouraged.  Recertify BLS as required.

Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Certified Medical Assistant or LPN-7367

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic

Primary Duties: Responsible for putting patients in exam rooms and obtaining vitals, a history, and have the room set up for the physician. A Medical Assistant must know how to schedule an appointment into the computer. You will be responsible for scheduling tests ordered by the physician and precerting procedures with the patient’s insurance company. You must be familiar with medical necessity and checking E-Care for insurance eligibility. Medical Assistant’s will work closely with the RN or LPN in answering telephones, checking messages, cleaning up exam rooms, draw blood for laboratory test and be familiar with CLIA wave testing. Medical Assistants should be familiar with charting, filing, and knowing HIPAA guidelines. A Medical Assistant will also be trained to work at the front office if needed. The responsibility includes receiving patients at the front desk and interviewing the patient for correct demographics and insurance information for registration. You will enter all information into the computer system and make sure an insurance card and demographics are updated on the patient’s chart. Schedule appointments, review A/R balance in the billing system and post to the patient’s super-bill prior to patient appointment. Attach super-bill with balance due and co-payment information posted. Collect co-payments or any other money owed on previous balances the patient would like to pay. Make daily deposits, file charts, and copy medical records that are requested from other providers. You will also be responsible for a reminder call to the patient on their upcoming appointment. Run the “Unverified Encounters List” at the end of the shift and complete all unverified encounters before you leave. You are responsible for completing registrations without encounters in a timely manner.

Qualifications: High School graduate or GED equivalent, Certified Medical Assistant or Current State of Illinois licensed LPN.  Requires medical terminology, ICD-9, CPT, Medicare regulations, and insurance billing guidelines are helpful. Requires typing and computer skills. Medical necessity and insurance eligibility is helpful. Good interpersonal skills a must. Phlebotomy experience preferred.  You must be familiar with medical necessity and checking for insurance eligibility.  Medical Assistants should be familiar with charting, filing, and knowing HIPAA guidelines. 

 

.Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: DAYS

Schedule: 32 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Certified Medical Assistant or LPN-7632

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Center for Family Health

Primary Duties:Responsible for putting patients in exam rooms and obtaining vitals, a history, and have the room set up for the physician. A Medical Assistant must know how to schedule an appointment into the computer. You will be responsible for scheduling tests ordered by the physician and precerting procedures with the patient’s insurance company. You must be familiar with medical necessity and checking E-Care for insurance eligibility. Medical Assistant’s will work closely with the RN or LPN in answering telephones, checking messages, cleaning up exam rooms, draw blood for laboratory test and be familiar with CLIA wave testing. Medical Assistants should be familiar with charting, filing, and knowing HIPAA guidelines. A Medical Assistant will also be trained to work at the front office if needed. The responsibility includes receiving patients at the front desk and interviewing the patient for correct demographics and insurance information for registration. You will enter all information into the computer system and make sure an insurance card and demographics are updated on the patient’s chart. Schedule appointments, review A/R balance in the billing system and post to the patient’s super-bill prior to patient appointment. Attach super-bill with balance due and co-payment information posted. Collect co-payments or any other money owed on previous balances the patient would like to pay. Make daily deposits, file charts, and copy medical records that are requested from other providers. You will also be responsible for a reminder call to the patient on their upcoming appointment. Run the “Unverified Encounters List” at the end of the shift and complete all unverified encounters before you leave. You are responsible for completing registrations without encounters in a timely manner.

 

.Requirements:

High School graduate or GED equivalent, Certified Medical Assistant or Current State of Illinois licensed LPN. Requires medical terminology, ICD-9, CPT, Medicare regulations, and insurance billing guidelines are helpful. Requires typing and computer skills. Medical necessity and insurance eligibility is helpful. Good interpersonal skills a must. Phlebotomy experience preferred.  You must be familiar with medical necessity and checking for insurance eligibility.  Medical Assistants should be familiar with charting, filing, and knowing HIPAA guidelines. 

Shift: Part Time: 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM Monday-Friday; 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM Saturday

Schedule: 25 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Certified Medical Assistant- 7598

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Valley Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Primary Duties: The Medical Assistant (Certified) is responsible for putting patients in exam rooms and obtaining vitals, a history, room set up for the physician, scheduling tests ordered by the physician, records all information in the proper template within the Electronic Medical Record, and precertify procedures with the patient’s insurance company.  Medical Assistant’s will work closely with the RN or LPN in answering telephones, checking messages, cleaning up exam rooms, draw blood for laboratory tests.  The Medical Assistant (Certified) will also be trained to work at the front office if needed. 

Qualifications: High School graduate or GED equivalent required.  Certified Medical Assistant required.  Requires medical terminology, ICD-9, CPT, Medicare regulations, and insurance billing guidelines are helpful. Requires typing and computer skills. Medical necessity and insurance eligibility is helpful. Good interpersonal skills a must. Phlebotomy experience preferred.  You must be familiar with medical necessity and checking for insurance eligibility.  Medical Assistants should be familiar with charting, filing, and knowing HIPAA guidelines.

.Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: DAYS

Schedule: 32 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Certified Nurse Assistant- 7616

Category: CNA Opportunities

Department: Float Pool

Primary Duties:The CNA, under the supervision of the Nurse, has responsibility for the following:  accurately takes vital signs; observes and reports patient response to care; promotes and assures adequate fluid balance; performs specimen collection; provides hygiene and comfort measures; promotes and assures patient activity; promotes and assures adequate nutrition; performs patient care procedures competently; utilizes pertinent equipment and supplies competently; completes all documentation accurately and timely; and promotes and assures patient safety.

Qualifications:High school graduate or GED equivalent.  Requires nurse aide and current CPR certification.

.Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Certified Nurse Assistant- 7619

Category: CNA Opportunities

Department: Family Birthing Center

Primary Duties: The CNA, under the supervision of the Nurse, has responsibility for the following:  accurately takes vital signs; observes and reports patient response to care; promotes and assures adequate fluid balance; performs specimen collection; provides hygiene and comfort measures; promotes and assures patient activity; promotes and assures adequate nutrition; performs patient care procedures competently; utilizes pertinent equipment and supplies competently; completes all documentation accurately and timely; and promotes and assures patient safety.

Qualifications: High school graduate or GED equivalent. Nursery experience preferred. Requires nurse aide and current CPR certification.

.Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: 11PM-7AM

Schedule: 30 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Certified Nurse Assistant- 7627

Category: CNA Opportunities

Department: 2nd Medical

Primary Duties: The CNA, under the supervision of the Nurse, has responsibility for the following:  accurately takes vital signs; observes and reports patient response to care; promotes and assures adequate fluid balance; performs specimen collection; provides hygiene and comfort measures; promotes and assures patient activity; promotes and assures adequate nutrition; performs patient care procedures competently; utilizes pertinent equipment and supplies competently; completes all documentation accurately and timely; and promotes and assures patient safety.

Qualifications: High school graduate or GED equivalent. Nursery experience preferred. Requires nurse aide and current CPR certification.

.Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: 3PM-11PM

Schedule: 32 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Clinic Radiologist Technologist-7560

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Clinic Ops Float

Primary Duties: To administer ionizing radiation to patients producing diagnostic radiographs which assist in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. Responsible for x-ray quality, maintaining repeat and reject analyzes, and fluoroscope of lead apron used in the clinic setting.  Has to be knowledgeable about insurance, pre-certifying patients for diagnostic test or therapies, surgeries procedures, and/or referrals to another provider. Knowledgeable about super bills and entering x-ray charges daily. Understanding the Electronic Medical Records and confidentiality of patients and records.  Acquired skills of assessments and documentation on patient medical forms, office medical procedures and entries of documentation into the patient chart.  Performs surgical x-rays when provider in surgery suite. Maintains clinical equipment in good working order, reports all problems to proper supervisor and able to maintain supplies for x-ray area in the clinic.

Qualifications: Graduate of AMA accredited radiography program.  Current State of Illinois License.  ARRT preferred.

 

.Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Clinic Radiologist Technologist-7631

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Center for Family Health

Primary Duties: To administer ionizing radiation to patients producing diagnostic radiographs which assist in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. Responsible for x-ray quality, maintaining repeat and reject analyzes, and fluoroscope of lead apron used in the clinic setting.  Has to be knowledgeable about insurance, pre-certifying patients for diagnostic test or therapies, surgeries procedures, and/or referrals to another provider. Knowledgeable about super bills and entering x-ray charges daily. Understanding the Electronic Medical Records and confidentiality of patients and records.  Acquired skills of assessments and documentation on patient medical forms, office medical procedures and entries of documentation into the patient chart.  Performs surgical x-rays when provider in surgery suite. Maintains clinical equipment in good working order, reports all problems to proper supervisor and able to maintain supplies for x-ray area in the clinic.

Qualifications:Graduate of AMA accredited radiography program.  Current State of Illinois License.  ARRT preferred.

 

.Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM Monday-Friday; 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM Saturday

Schedule: 25 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Clinic RN-7609

Category: RN Opportunities

Department:Clinic Ops Float

Primary Duties:To provide holistic patient care in compliance with standards of professional nursing practice in a respectful, safe, and individualized manner that will aid the patient in attaining and maintaining an optimum level of health.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, experience preferred.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license, current CPR certification.

 

.Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: Days

Schedule: 32 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Cook-7620

Category: General Opportunities

Department: Dietary

Primary Duties: The cooks are responsible for the preparation of hot and some cold food choices for all patient meals, catering events, cafeteria and Living Center.  Foods are to be prepared according to the recipes, manufacturer guidelines or other predetermined instructions.  Foods are to be prepared in accordance of diet restrictions and maintain an appealing and appetizing appearance.  Pre-preparation for designated menu needs is an essential part of each cooks responsibility.  Cooks will maintain grocery and non-grocery supplies in designated areas with the inventory requisition process.  Sanitation for the cook’s area is the shared responsibility of all cooks.  Cooks follow safe food handling practices at all times, are familiar with food codes and consistently follow the approved 3-sink method for washing, rinsing and sanitizing pots and pans.  The Cook reports directly to the Director of Dietary Services and are accountable to the Dietary Call Operator/Supervisor and other Hospital Staff.  Following and supporting the Mission is a critical aspect of the Cook’s responsibility.

Qualifications:High School Graduate or GED equivalent preferred.  Restaurant or Healthcare cooking experience preferred.  Knowledge of dietary nutrition and food restrictions for diets helpful.   Sanitation Certificate preferred.

 

.Opportunity Type: Full-time

Shift: 10:45 AM – 7:15 PM

Schedule: 40 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Custodian I-7540

Category: General Opportunities

Department: Environmental Services

Primary Duties: Collects trash, soiled linens, recycling items and medical waste.  Compacts trash, maintains a clean environment by the compactor, and notifies supervisor when outside waste containers need to be emptied.  Maintains all trash collection carts and holding area.  Breaks down all corrugated cardboard.  Performs floor maintenance duties including carpet spot cleaning.  Removes/replaces cubicle and shower curtain, cleans windows and light fixtures, and washes wall surfaces.  Assist with room set-ups, patient room cleaning and cleans spills and water leaks.

Qualifications: High School diploma or GED preferred.  Must have good reading and writing skills.  Previous custodial experience in a health care facility would be beneficial.  Custodial Certification is optional.

 

.Opportunity Type: On-Call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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DME Biller-7633

Category: General Opportunities

Department: DME

Primary Duties: Responsible for data entry regarding set-up of DME equipment and supplies, (oxygen tanks, respiratory care devices, beds, wheelchairs, hospital beds, etc.) from the DME department to patient/client homes.  Assists in the coordination of obtaining equipment.

Qualifications:High school diploma or equivalent. Extensive experience operating DME equipment preferred, ability to lift at least 50-75 pounds. Requires typing and computer skills, knowledge of medical terminology, and good interpersonal skills.  Knowledge of ICD-9 coding, CPT coding, Medicare regulations and insurance billing helpful.

Opportunity Type: Full-time

Shift: DAYS

Schedule: 40 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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DME Clinician-7571

Category: General Opportunities

Department: DME

Primary Duties: Provides patient/client care in compliance with standards respective of licensure in a respectful, safe, individualized manner and in accordance with DME policies and procedures.

Qualifications: Must be a graduate of an approved/accredited nursing program for a Registered Nurse or if a Respiratory Therapist an approved/accredited program by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC).   3-5 years Durable Medical Equipment/Home Health/Hospice experience preferred. Knowledge of Medicare guidelines or Medical Equipment, experience in operating and instructing of Apnea monitors, concentrators, CPAP machines, including all other Durable Medical Equipment, knowledge of Infusion and Enteral Therapy.  Current State of Illinois Registered Nurse license or eligible for licensure. If a Respiratory Therapist, current State of Illinois Respiratory Therapy license and a CRT or RRT. 

Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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DME Service Technician-7603

Category: General Opportunities

Department: DME

Primary Duties: Responsible for delivery and set-up of equipment (oxygen tanks, respiratory care devices, beds, wheelchairs, hospital beds, etc.) from the DME department to patient/client homes.

Qualifications:High school diploma or equivalent required.  Manufacturer’s certification for repairing DME equipment preferred, 3-5 years of experience performing durable equipment repairs preferred, extensive experience operating DME equipment preferred, ability to lift at least 75 pounds, clean driving record.

Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: Varies + Call

Schedule: 16 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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DME Service Technician-7604

Category: General Opportunities

Department: DME

Primary Duties: Responsible for delivery and set-up of equipment (oxygen tanks, respiratory care devices, beds, wheelchairs, hospital beds, etc.) from the DME department to patient/client homes.

Qualifications:High school diploma or equivalent required.  Manufacturer’s certification for repairing DME equipment preferred, 3-5 years of experience performing durable equipment repairs preferred, extensive experience operating DME equipment preferred, ability to lift at least 75 pounds, clean driving record.

Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: Varies + Call

Schedule: 8 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Environmental Services Aide-7614

Category: General Opportunities

Department: Environmental Services

Primary Duties: Cleans and maintains hospital in a sanitary, orderly, and attractive condition, according to established procedures.  This includes disposing of trash, medical waste, and soiled linens, as well as dusting high vents, TV’s, cabinets, and other furnishings.  It also includes cleaning and polishing mirrors, glass, and stainless steel, as well as mopping floors and stairs and vacuuming.  The environmental aide also replaces soiled shower or cubicle curtains, cleans elevators, water fountains and coke machines.  They also spot clean walls, doors and windows as needed.

Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED preferred.  Must have good reading and writing skills and capable of following oral/written instructions.  Previous housekeeping experience in a health care facility would be beneficial.  Housekeeping certification is optional.

Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: 2PM-9PM

Schedule: 32.50 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Environmental Services Director-7628

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Environmental Services

Primary Duties: Plans, delegates and coordinates assigned duties to Environmental Services staff.  Monitors to ensure clean, orderly and attractive conditions within the hospital.  Assists with coordinating employee orientation and on-going training.  Maintains personnel files including summaries, evaluations, competencies, and attendance records.  Participates in hiring disciplinary action and termination of staff.  Assists with scheduling to include maintaining adequate coverage of the department.  Carries out a scheduled Floor Maintenance Program.  Maintains an adequate amount of supplies, equipment and linens.  Performs maintenance and repairs to all departmental equipment.    Assist with payroll, monthly staff meetings, and prepares monthly reports.  Schedules, assigns, and follows up on all meeting set-ups, project cleaning and moving furniture.  Coordinates activities with other department and interacts regularly with hospital staff, public, patients and physicians.

Qualifications: High School graduate or GED equivalent required.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.  International Executive Housekeepers Association (IEHA) Certification preferred.  A Minimum of two years supervisor experience with some background in housekeeping in a acute care setting is required.  Proven successful people management experience within a professional environment as demonstrated through the exceeding of team and customer goals and objectives and through specific employee development.  Exceptional verbal and written communication skills within all levels of the organization.  Knowledge of pertinent regulatory agencies and the standards and regulations that applies to the clinical equipment in their area.  Knowledge of infection control techniques - Must have detailed organization and prioritizing skills with the ability to train, teach, demonstrate and follow-up on all assignments, when necessary.  Also needed is knowledge of housekeeping equipment and ability/desire to rectify technical problems. 

Opportunity Type: Full-time

Shift: DAYS

Schedule: 40 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Licensed/Registered/Certified Cardiopulmonary Technician-7301

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Cardiopulmonary

Primary Duties:Set up, operates and maintains various types of cardiopulmonary equipment to be utilized in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiopulmonary disease, acute pulmonary illness or metabolic disorders.

Qualifications: High school diploma or GED equivalent.  CRT or RRT by NBRC.  License from State of Illinois.  Prefer previous cardiopulmonary experience.  BLS, ACLS, PALS and NRP required.  Recertify as required.

Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1353

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Maintenance Mechanic-7583

Category: General Opportunities

Department: Maintenance

Primary Duties: Performs preventative maintenance and repairs mechanical equipment and machines.  Maintains building structure and fixed equipment.  Assists with grounds as needed.  Participates in developing methods to prevent recurring electrical and structural problems.  Reads and interprets blue prints or specifications related to building structure and equipment.

Qualifications: High school graduate or GED equivalent.  Requires working knowledge of mechanics and building trades.  Prefer trade school graduate.  Valid Driver’s License is required.  Minimum 5 years experience in related field.

Opportunity Type: Full-time

Shift: Days

Schedule: 40 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1353

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Medical Technologist/Technician-7591

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Laboratory

Primary Duties: To provide holistic patient care in a respectful, safe, individualized manner, which will aid the patient in attaining and maintaining an optimum level of health and promote optimum quality patient care.  Under the supervision of the Laboratory Director and the Laboratory Medical Direction, the Medical technologist/Technician performs all laboratory procedures in a prompt, accurate, and reliable manner according to established hospital and departmental policies and procedures.  The Medical Technologist/Technician is the principal provider in the determination and communication of data in the laboratory.

Qualifications: Must have Bachelor of Science degree in medical technology, biology, chemistry, or related science for Technologist.  Must have an Associate Degree in related science for Technician.   ASCP or HEW Certification preferred.  Must have mathematical, computer, reasoning and language skills at the college level.  Must have experience in phlebotomy preferred.  Must possess excellent customer relations skills.

Opportunity Type: On-Call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1353

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Non-Certified Central Sterile Tech-7464

Category: General Opportunities

Department: Surgery

Primary Duties: Decontaminates, assembles, and inspects equipment and instruments for surgery and other departments in the hospital.  Accurately operates sterilizers and performs biological and integrator testing while maintaining record keeping system.  Accurately operates instrument washer.

Qualifications: High school graduate or GED equivalent.  Certified Nurse Aide or previous experience as a sterilization tech preferred.  On-line certification course required within first 18 months of hire.

Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Days

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1353

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Office Assistant-7622

Category: General Opportunities

Department:Center for Family Health

Primary Duties:Responsible for receiving patients at the front desk and obtaining correct demographic and insurance information for registration.  Copy all insurance cards and enter correct information into the system and place a copy of card in the patient’s chart.  Schedule all patient appointments in the system.  Review A/R balance is both LSS and BAR and post to patient super-bill prior to patient appointment.  Run provider daily patient list, pull charts and organize paperwork for appointment.  Attach super bill with balance due and co-payment information posted.  Collect co-payments, payments in full or payments on accounts due at time of service or any time a patient wants to pay on their accounts.  Complete all accounting paperwork and make daily deposits to the bank.  File all charts away in alphabetical order.  Copy insurance and or other requests for medical records.  Call patients and remind them of their appointments. Run unverified encounter list nightly and complete all unverified encounters before the midnight run.  Complete registrations without encounter list in a timely manner.

Qualifications: High School graduate or GED equivalent.  Requires typing and computer skills, knowledge of medical terminology, and good interpersonal skills.  Knowledge of ICD-9 coding, CPT coding, HCPS, Modifiers, Global Period, CCI Edits, Anatomy/Physiology, Medicare regulations and insurance billing helpful. Experience with new clinic Electronic Health Record required.

Opportunity Type: Full time

Shift: Days

Schedule: 40 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1353

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Office Assistant-7629

Category: General Opportunities

Department:Center for Family Health

Primary Duties: Responsible for receiving patients at the front desk and obtaining correct demographic and insurance information for registration.  Copy all insurance cards and enter correct information into the system and place a copy of card in the patient’s chart.  Schedule all patient appointments in the system.  Review A/R balance is both LSS and BAR and post to patient super-bill prior to patient appointment.  Run provider daily patient list, pull charts and organize paperwork for appointment.  Attach super bill with balance due and co-payment information posted.  Collect co-payments, payments in full or payments on accounts due at time of service or any time a patient wants to pay on their accounts.  Complete all accounting paperwork and make daily deposits to the bank.  File all charts away in alphabetical order.  Copy insurance and or other requests for medical records.  Call patients and remind them of their appointments. Run unverified encounter list nightly and complete all unverified encounters before the midnight run.  Complete registrations without encounter list in a timely manner.

Qualifications: High School graduate or GED equivalent.  Requires typing and computer skills, knowledge of medical terminology, and good interpersonal skills.  Knowledge of ICD-9 coding, CPT coding, HCPS, Modifiers, Global Period, CCI Edits, Anatomy/Physiology, Medicare regulations and insurance billing helpful. Experience with new clinic Electronic Health Record required.

Opportunity Type: Part time

Shift:5:00 PM – 9:00 PM Monday-Friday; 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM Saturday

Schedule: 25 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1353

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Patient Care Coordinator-7617

Category: RN Opportunities

Department: Nursing Administration

Primary Duties:The Nursing/Patient Care Coordinator reports to the V.P. of Nursing. It is this individual’s responsibility to assure that holistic patient care is delivered, which is in compliance with standards of professional nursing practice in a safe, respectful, individualized manner. It is the Patient Care Coordinator’s responsibility to:  Leads and support change through role modeling behavior; creates a work environment that encourages and supports creativity and innovation; identifies and keeps up to date on key national and international policies and economic, political, and social trends that affect healthcare; adapts behavior and work methods in response to new information, changing conditions, or unexpected obstacles; adjusts rapidly to new situations warranting attention and resolution whether it is patient, guest, or staff related; deals effectively with pressure; maintains focus and intensity while remaining optimistic and persistent, even under adverse conditions; effectively balances personal life and work; enables those they supervise to acquire the tools, experience, knowledge, support, and mentoring they need to perform well; identifies and takes steps to prevent potential situations that could result in unpleasant confrontations through effective conflict resolution; values cultural diversity and other individual differences in the workforce and assures that employees are treated in a fair and equitable manner; creates a culture that fosters high standards of ethics; instills mutual trust and confidence by demonstrating honesty and trustworthiness; develops leadership in others through coaching, mentoring, rewarding, and guiding staff; fosters team spirit, pride, and trust between co-workers, ancillary staff and leadership; identifies and analyzes problems; distinguishes between relevant and irrelevant information to make logical decisions; provides solutions to individual and organizational problems; understands and appropriately applies procedures, requirements, regulations, and policies related to patient care; assesses current and future staffing needs based on patient acuity, census, and skill level and experience of staff; influences, persuades others by building consensus through give and take; gains cooperation to accomplish goals; facilitates “win-win” situations; and facilitates an open exchange of ideas through effective listening and fostering an atmosphere of open communication.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, 2 years acute hospital experience preferred.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license, current CPR certification; ACLS; PALS; NRP; TNS OR TNCC (desired); ECRN and any other certification appropriate to specialty required.

Opportunity Type: Full-time

Shift:7AM-7PM (x 2); 3PM-11PM (x2)

Schedule: 40 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1353

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner-7630

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Center for Family Health

Primary Duties: For Physician Assistant, the Physician Assistant reports directly to the Vice President of Clinic Operations.  They will provide medical services to patients; collect and document data, conduct diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, order and schedule laboratory studies and professional consultations and provide direct patient care services.

For Nurse Practitioner, the Nurse Practitioner reports directly to the Vice President of Clinic Operations.  The Nurse Practitioner is also accountable to the President of the Hospital, Medical Staff, clinic patients, families and visitors. 

Qualifications: For Physician Assistant, must be eligible for certification in Illinois as a Physician Assistant.  For Nurse Practitioner, must be eligible for certification in Illinois as a Nurse Practitioner.  A minimum of one-year experience as a general Nurse Practitioner in primary care setting is preferred. 

Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: 1st and 2nd

Schedule: 36 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1353

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Registration Clerk-7577

Category: General Job Opportunities

Department: Registration

Primary Duties: Receives, registers and obtains information from patients or their representatives for registration of all outpatient, inpatient and emergency services at the hospital.  Informs patient of hospital policy and procedures.  Must promote a positive and cooperative work environment by communicating problems and work flow issues with supervisors and handles conflict in an appropriate manner. 

Qualifications: High school graduate or GED equivalent.  Previous experience in hospital setting or working with the general public preferred.  Must complete CPR certification within 3 months of hire and maintain certification throughout employment.

Opportunity Type: Part-Time

Shift: 3PM-11PM

Schedule: 24 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1353

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Registration Clerk-7612

Category: General Job Opportunities

Department: Registration

Primary Duties: Receives, registers and obtains information from patients or their representatives for registration of all outpatient, inpatient and emergency services at the hospital.  Informs patient of hospital policy and procedures.  Must promote a positive and cooperative work environment by communicating problems and work flow issues with supervisors and handles conflict in an appropriate manner. 

Qualifications: High school graduate or GED equivalent.  Previous experience in hospital setting or working with the general public preferred.  Must complete CPR certification within 3 months of hire and maintain certification throughout employment.

Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1353

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Registration Clerk-7613

Category: General Job Opportunities

Department: Registration

Primary Duties: Receives, registers and obtains information from patients or their representatives for registration of all outpatient, inpatient and emergency services at the hospital.  Informs patient of hospital policy and procedures.  Must promote a positive and cooperative work environment by communicating problems and work flow issues with supervisors and handles conflict in an appropriate manner. 

Qualifications: High school graduate or GED equivalent.  Previous experience in hospital setting or working with the general public preferred.  Must complete CPR certification within 3 months of hire and maintain certification throughout employment.

Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: 7AM - 3:30PM

Schedule: 24 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1353

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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RN (Cardiac Rehab Clinic)-7283

Category: RN Opportunities

Department: Cardiac Rehab Clinic

Primary Duties: Provides Rehabilitation Care to Cardiac and Pulmonary patients through the use of monitoring equipment, exercise, and education.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.  One year of experience preferred.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license.  BLS required.  ACLS prior to hire preferred, required within 90 days.  Recertify BLS & ACLS as required.

Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Days

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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RN (Health Promotions)-7574

Category: RN Opportunities

Department: Occupational Health

Primary Duties: To provide holistic patient care in compliance with standards of professional nursing practice in a respectful, safe, individualized manner, which will aid the patient in attaining and maintaining an optimum level of health.  To promote health maintenance and healthy lifestyle behaviors in the community and to act as a professional representative of St. Margaret’s within the community.

Qualifications:Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, BSN preferred.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license, current CPR certification and any other certification appropriate to specialty required. Minimum 5 years RN experience required.

Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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RN (Hospice)-7246

Category: RN Opportunities

Department: Hospice

Primary Duties: The Hospice Registered Nurse has the responsibility for the following:  Completes all required patient assessments timely and accurately; completes discharge instructions or transfer information completely and accurately; completes all documentation accurately and timely; directs and assists non-licensed personnel; provides appropriate comfort measures and pain management; demonstrates knowledge of all wellness and disease management issues; administers medications accurately and timely; demonstrates competency in patient care procedures and use of pertinent equipment and supplies; executes accurate order entry, transcription of orders and signs off orders; provides patient education; initiates and up dates patient plan of care; and promotes and assures patient safety.  The Hospice Nurse will provide holistic patient care in compliance with standards of professional nursing practice in a respectful, safe, individualized manner.  Assists hospice patient through their journey to the expected outcome.  Acts as a resource for patients, physicians, hospital, and other agencies concerning hospice philosophy, palliative care, and pain management.

Qualifications:Graduate of an accredited school of nursing required.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license, current CPR certification and any other certification appropriate to specialty required. 1 year hospital experience preferred.

Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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RN (OB)-7553

Category: RN Opportunities

Department: Family Birthing Center

Primary Duties:The Registered Nurse has the responsibility for the following:  Completes all required patient assessments timely and accurately; completes discharge instructions or transfer information completely and accurately; completes all documentation accurately and timely; directs and assists non-licensed personnel; provides appropriate comfort measures and pain management; demonstrates knowledge of all wellness and disease management issues; administers medications accurately and timely; demonstrates competency in patient care procedures and use of pertinent equipment and supplies; executes accurate order entry, transcription of orders and signs off orders; provides patient education; initiates and up dates patient plan of care; and promotes and assures patient safety.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing required.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license, current CPR certification and any other certification appropriate to specialty required.

Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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RN (Cardiac Rehab)-7605

Category: RN Opportunities

Department: Cardiac Rehab

Primary Duties: Provides Rehabilitation Care to Cardiac and Pulmonary patients through the use of monitoring equipment, exercise, and education.

Qualifications:Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.  One year of experience preferred.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license.  BLS required.  ACLS prior to hire preferred, required within 90 days.  Recertify BLS & ACLS as required.

Opportunity Type: Full-time

Shift: Days

Schedule: 40 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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RN-7474

Category: RN Opportunities

Department: Clinic Ops Float

Primary Duties: To provide holistic patient care in compliance with standards of professional nursing practice in a respectful, safe, and individualized manner that will aid the patient in attaining and maintaining an optimum level of health.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, experience preferred.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license, current CPR certification. 

Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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RN-7522

Category: RN Opportunities

Department: 2nd Medical

Primary Duties:The Registered Nurse has the responsibility for the following:  Completes all required patient assessments timely and accurately; completes discharge instructions or transfer information completely and accurately; completes all documentation accurately and timely; directs and assists non-licensed personnel; provides appropriate comfort measures and pain management; demonstrates knowledge of all wellness and disease management issues; administers medications accurately and timely; demonstrates competency in patient care procedures and use of pertinent equipment and supplies; executes accurate order entry, transcription of orders and signs off orders; provides patient education; initiates and up dates patient plan of care; and promotes and assures patient safety.

Qualifications:Graduate of an accredited school of nursing required.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license, current CPR certification and any other certification appropriate to specialty required.

Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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RN-7587

Category: RN Opportunities

Department: 2nd Medical

Primary Duties:The Registered Nurse has the responsibility for the following:  Completes all required patient assessments timely and accurately; completes discharge instructions or transfer information completely and accurately; completes all documentation accurately and timely; directs and assists non-licensed personnel; provides appropriate comfort measures and pain management; demonstrates knowledge of all wellness and disease management issues; administers medications accurately and timely; demonstrates competency in patient care procedures and use of pertinent equipment and supplies; executes accurate order entry, transcription of orders and signs off orders; provides patient education; initiates and up dates patient plan of care; and promotes and assures patient safety.

Qualifications:Graduate of an accredited school of nursing required.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license, current CPR certification and any other certification appropriate to specialty required.

Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: 11 PM - 7 AM

Schedule: 32 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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RN-7623

Category: RN Opportunities

Department: 2nd Medical

Primary Duties:The Registered Nurse has the responsibility for the following:  Completes all required patient assessments timely and accurately; completes discharge instructions or transfer information completely and accurately; completes all documentation accurately and timely; directs and assists non-licensed personnel; provides appropriate comfort measures and pain management; demonstrates knowledge of all wellness and disease management issues; administers medications accurately and timely; demonstrates competency in patient care procedures and use of pertinent equipment and supplies; executes accurate order entry, transcription of orders and signs off orders; provides patient education; initiates and up dates patient plan of care; and promotes and assures patient safety.

Qualifications:Graduate of an accredited school of nursing required.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license, current CPR certification and any other certification appropriate to specialty required.

Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: 7 AM - 3 PM

Schedule: 32 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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RN-7624

Category: RN Opportunities

Department: Float Pool

Primary Duties: The Registered Nurse has the responsibility for the following:  Completes all required patient assessments timely and accurately; completes discharge instructions or transfer information completely and accurately; completes all documentation accurately and timely; directs and assists non-licensed personnel; provides appropriate comfort measures and pain management; demonstrates knowledge of all wellness and disease management issues; administers medications accurately and timely; demonstrates competency in patient care procedures and use of pertinent equipment and supplies; executes accurate order entry, transcription of orders and signs off orders; provides patient education; initiates and up dates patient plan of care; and promotes and assures patient safety.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing required.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license, current CPR certification and any other certification appropriate to specialty required.

Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: 3 PM - 11PM

Schedule: 24 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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RN-7625

Category: RN Opportunities

Department: 2nd Medical

Primary Duties: The Registered Nurse has the responsibility for the following:  Completes all required patient assessments timely and accurately; completes discharge instructions or transfer information completely and accurately; completes all documentation accurately and timely; directs and assists non-licensed personnel; provides appropriate comfort measures and pain management; demonstrates knowledge of all wellness and disease management issues; administers medications accurately and timely; demonstrates competency in patient care procedures and use of pertinent equipment and supplies; executes accurate order entry, transcription of orders and signs off orders; provides patient education; initiates and up dates patient plan of care; and promotes and assures patient safety.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing required.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license, current CPR certification and any other certification appropriate to specialty required.

Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: 7PM - 7AM

Schedule: 36 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Security Officer- 7626

Category: General Opportunities

Department: Maintenance

Primary Duties: Polices hospital buildings and grounds to prevent fire, theft and vandalism.  Patrols buildings and grounds including routine rounds of maintenance spaces.  Locks and unlocks doors at designated times.  Escorts visitors, patients and staff to and from parking areas.  Investigates incidents and unusual occurrences.  Responds to emergency code announcements in accordance with facility plans.  Notifies maintenance staff of maintenance emergencies.  Checks all equipment and is responsible to obtain proper staff to correct emergency situations to ensure continual operation of equipment.

Qualifications: High school graduate or GED equivalent.  Active or retired Sworn Officer of the Law.

Opportunity Type: On Call

Shift: 9PM - 5AM

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Social Worker (BSW) - 7548

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Hospice

Primary Duties: Aids patients and their families with personal and environmental difficulties which predispose illness or interfere with obtaining maximum benefits from medical care; serves as a resource person to assist hospital staff and community members in meeting psycho-social needs.  Bachelors Degree required with registry certification or licensure.  Assists in the training of staff and volunteer related to psychosocial issues, Hospice philosophy, and stages of death and dying.  Qualty Improvement must include clinical record review and patient satisfaction survey. May include effectiveness of pain management, customer/agency/Doctor satisfaction surveys and any other federal/state mandates pertaining to QI activities.

Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in social work by an accredited college required with registry certification or licensure.  Masters Degree preferred.  Previous experience in medical social service field preferred and knowledge of community resources essential.  Understands Hospice philosophy, issues of death/dying.  Experience in home health care and/or hospice preferred.  Valid Illinois State Driver’s License & vehicle insurance.

Opportunity Type: On Call

Shift: Days

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Speech Pathologist - 6678

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Speech Therapy

Primary Duties: To help patient reach maximum performance within limits of their capabilities by evaluating, assessing, and conducting medically directed speech therapy programs to prevent disability and restore function following injury, decreased use of body part, and/or loss of use of body part.

Qualifications: Graduate with a minimum of MS in Communicative Disorders/Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited school as well as being license eligible or certified in the state of Illinois. Two to three years’ previous experience as a speech therapist preferred.  Current C.P.R. certificate required.

Opportunity Type: On Call

Shift: Days

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Surgical Scrub Tech, Certified Surg. Scrub Tech, or Surg. Scrub RN- 7554

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Surgery

Primary Duties:The Surgical Scrub Tech, Certified Surgical Scrub Tech or  Surgical Scrub RN will have knowledge of all surgical procedures and be able to properly set up a room with proper instrumentation using sterile technique.  The Surgical Scrub Tech, Certified Surgical Scrub Tech or  Surgical Scrub RN will be able to anticipate the surgeon’s need for instruments and hand appropriate instruments to the surgeon during a procedure.  Must be knowledgeable in sterilization of instruments and maintaining sterilization throughout a surgical procedure.

Qualifications: For Surgical Scrub Tech:  High school graduate or GED equivalent.  CNA with 2 years of hospital experience or currently enrolled in program for certification as a Surgical Technician with completion of program within 9 months. Certification should occur within 2 months of graduation. If CNA, a microbiology, anatomy, & physiology class is required within 1 year of hire.  For Certified Surgical Scrub Tech:  Graduate of an accredited program for Surgical Techs.  Certification for Surgical Techs required. Current CPR certification required.  For Surgical Scrub Nurse:  Graduate of an accredited school of nursing required.  Current State of Illinois registered nurse license, current CPR certification and any other certification appropriate to specialty required.

Opportunity Type: Part-time

Shift: Days

Schedule: 32 HRS/WK

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Switchboard Operator- 7520

Category: General Opportunities

Department: Switchboard

Primary Duties:Operates a console telephone switchboard to relay incoming, outgoing and interoffice calls; also performs various other hospital communications. 

Qualifications:High school graduate or GED equivalent.  Previous operator experience helpful but not required.  Requires typing and computer skills and good interpersonal skills. 

Opportunity Type: On Call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Ultrasound Technologist- 7373

Category: Technical & Professional Opportunities

Department: Sonography

Primary Duties:The Ultrasound Technologist uses high frequency sound waves to perform scans of particular organs or vessels to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of patients.  The technologist prepares the room and equipment, utilizes accepted settings to capture the images, and evaluates the images for diagnostic qualities.  The Ultrasound Technologist needs to assist with invasive procedures utilizing the guidance of ultrasound.  The Ultrasound Technologist also takes call, orders supplies, works the office, and transports patients.  The Ultrasound Technologist assists in scheduling the patients and explains the procedure being performed.

Qualifications:Associates Degree in a medical field required.  Prefer previous medical background and experience in ultrasound.  Registered ultrasound technologist preferred.

Opportunity Type: On-Call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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Van Driver- 7512

Category: General Opportunities

Department: Para-Transit

Primary Duties: To provide transportation services of patients, the elderly, the disabled and other passengers in need of transportation to access health care.  In doing so, staff will escort ambulatory passengers on and off the vehicle, transport and secure wheel chair passengers, and assist passengers with transportation needs from “door to door”.   Para-Transit drivers are directed by the Director of Transportation.

Qualifications: High school graduate or GED equivalent.  Must possess good driving record and be at least 25 years of age, for insurance purposes.  Must hold a current valid State of Illinois Driver’s License.

Opportunity Type: On-call

Shift: Varies

Schedule: Varies

Phone Contact: 815.664.1370

E-mail Contact: [email protected]

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