SEARHC




Founded in 1975, SEARHC is one of the oldest and largest Native-run health organizations in the nation. In 1976, SEARHC contracted with the Indian Health Service under the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act to assume management of the Community Health Aide Program. In 1982, the contract was expanded to include the operations of the Indian Health Service Juneau clinic, now called the Ethel Lund Medical Center, and in 1986, SEARHC assumed operation of the Sitka Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital (MEH). Today, SEARHC has 964 employees, operates in 27 communities, and has one hospital.

SEARHC is committed to making a difference in the lives of people and bridging gaps in healthcare services to enhance the quality of life for the people in the communities it serves. One of the many ways SEARHC does this is by offering specialty clinics or sending medical specialists to various remote facilities to care for patients who cannot travel to Anchorage or Seattle and need services not available in Southeast Alaska. Additionally, our medical providers make regular trips to the smaller, remote clinics to provide services typically not available.

SEARHC Sitka, AK, USA
Feb 12, 2020
Coordinates a variety of nursing care procedures for residents of various ages which requires professional knowledge and consideration of specific resident conditions and treatment. Participates in patient and family teaching and provides leadership by working cooperatively with ancillary nursing and other members of the healthcare team to maintain standards for professional nursing practice in the long term care setting.  Guidelines include physician’s orders, standards of care, nursing policies and procedures, manuals, hospital and long-term care policies.   Clinical decisions are made initially independently during the scheduled shift; maintains complete accountability for all actions taken.  Consults with the appropriate manager/supervisor in difficult situations requiring additional input. Able to react in a calm manner and make sound nursing judgments in an emergency environment.  Accountable for proper delegation and supervision of CNA/Tech, LPN, and/or Ward Clerk on unit during shift. Responsibilities: Promotes the SEARHC Seven Standards of Excellence; Implements safe, therapeutic, and efficient care for patients and residents with needs due to multisystem disease and/or complications of treatment using appropriate infection control measures; sets priorities for care of patients and residents based on acuity and/or patients’ preference; anticipates potential problems; adapts to change on the area by setting priorities for emergencies, changes in status and unusual occurrences; initiates, manages, and documents the nursing procedures consistent with scientific principle and departmental policy; demonstrates knowledge of equipment use; accurately administers age-specific medications and therapeutics; carries out the medical and nursing care plan and coordinates resident care activities with physicians and other healthcare team members; initiates action to reduce, correct, or prevent immediate, ongoing, or potential risks to the resident; facilitates healing by providing nursing care that is individualized, goal oriented, based on scientific principles and the nursing process; seeks out resources when beyond the scope of skill, knowledge or experience; explains test, procedures, and disease process to resident/significant others; follows through on nursing care plans by teaching and demonstrating skills essential for understanding and coping with illness and promoting optimal health; communicates and interacts with resident/significant others in a positive and supportive way; provides counseling using emotional, intellectual and psychological supports and utilizes other healthcare professionals in dealing with psychosocial problems if needed; takes steps to decrease stress and/or increase effectiveness of coping mechanisms of resident/significant others; evaluates resident’s progress or lack of progress towards goals, directing new goal setting and implementing revised care plans as directed by reassessment; documents the resident’s response to care; closes out resident care plan by discharge or has in place an after care plan to meet the resident’s needs; Assures confidentiality of resident information. Accomplishes nursing assessment through interviewing, observation and nursing process; obtains, interprets and applies age-related patient information in terms of cognitive, physical, emotional and normal growth/development needs of the resident; completes thorough Nursing Admission Databases/initial resident assessment; documents assessment findings that are consistent with other providers and include review of body systems, laboratory results, diagnostic findings, chart reviews, and interdisciplinary input; identifies problems & nursing diagnosis by recognizing the impact of health problems on residents and families; distinguishes between normal and abnormal assessments in order to identify resident capabilities and limitations including psychosocial risks; utilizes resources to assess residents with conditions that are new, unfamiliar, or not commonly seen. Shall perform duties as assigned and insure quality resident care despite the situation encountered, be it routine or emergent.   Imparts educational knowledge to develop skills to enhance decision making and promote understanding by interacting with residents, family, staff, and community; engages in ongoing evaluation of the effectiveness of teaching in terms of residentunderstanding and behavioral outcomes; organizes and participates in care conferences as applicable; identifies staff, resident, and family needs and develops a plan for education and/or makes appropriate referrals; develops/implements educational programs and learning aides in the department (ie. Inservices, special projects, learning aides, resident care standards); documents education accurately and completely; provides discharge information; participate in in-services and educational programs in the department, hospital and/or community as assigned; completes all mandatory training and competency checks; utilizes opportunities for incidental teaching with staff members. Communicates with staff, residents, significant others and other members of the healthcare team in a way that is supportive, constructive, and positive; gives feedback to other staff and healthcare team members in regard to behavior that does not support achievement; assists in the orientation of new staff, travelers, and students by sharing knowledge, experience and verbal encouragement; guides others in choosing nursing intervention, developing skills and applying knowledge; follows and directs others to follow corporate, hospital, and departmental policies, procedures and resident care standards; supports the area and overall Nursing services mission by assigning staff to productive tasks and floating to other units as needed; provides input regarding the need for change in policies, procedures, and resident care standards; able to perform as Contact RN leading assigned RNs, LPNs, and CNAs and accomplishes all assigned resident care and area support activities during the shift. Develops and contributes to a plan of nursing action based on existing and potential resident problems and obtainable resident responses which are mutually acceptable to the healthcare team; transcribes and notes physician orders accurately; utilizes past experience to provide a range of options for nursing care; initiates care plans using resident care standards; addresses identified nursing diagnosis and coordinates the plan with the healthcare team by using methods that include interventions, goals, and timeframes; utilizes resources to formulate a written plan of care; documents reassessments which include laboratory results, diagnostic findings, interdisciplinary notes and documented resident observations; writes progress notes in EHR; gives shift report according to area guidelines.   Attends and participates in at least 50% of departmental staff meetings; applies information presented in staff meetings; participates in unit goal setting; complies with area and departmental scheduling guidelines; initiates discussion with nurse manager regarding area or department issues; completes annual competencies, evaluation material, maintains certifications and licensure; complies with dress code; refers unresolved problems with patients/visitors/co-workers to Nurse Manager or Administrative Manager for resolution; addresses employee concerns consistent with Human Resources Policy Familiar and competent in mandatory state reporting guidelines and the time requirements. Other duties as assigned. When DON not physically present, will be willing to take the role of “charge nurse” for the long term care unit. Qualifications: Education Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing (Bachelor’s degree in nursing, Associate degree in nursing or Diploma in nursing). Commission Corp Officers meet billet description requirements for a 0-2 to 0-3. Experience Minimum of one (1) to two (2) years of nursing experience preferred. Certificates and License A valid, current, full and unrestricted RN license in the State of Alaska. Must have current BLS certification.  Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Knowledge: Knowledge of nursing care principles, practices, diagnosis, and processes (including assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation) to provide professional nursing care to residents. Competency to recognize adverse signs and symptoms and to act promptly in emergency situations. Knowledge of pharmaceuticals, their desired effects, side effects, and complications in their use. Skills: Skills to apply scientific principles in operating and monitoring of basic and specialized medical equipment such as AED. Proficient in nursing procedures and basic nursing care. Oral and written communication skills, can enter and retrieve resident data accurately, can verbally communicate findings with healthcare team. Ability: Ability to provide guidance, leadership, and work cooperatively with others by establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships with residents, patients, visitors, and other healthcare team members. Ability to implement appropriate nursing therapeutic interventions based on the knowledge of a wide variety of nursing diagnosis, medical and psychosocial disorders and the normal course of disease and anticipated complications. Uses aggressive resident management techniques to defuse any resident/patient/visitor/peer volatile situations. 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SEARHC Wrangell, AK, USA
Feb 12, 2020
Maintenance Mechanics maintain, repair, and install equipment and components in the hospital, health centers, or other health care facilities at SEARHC.  This position completes work orders for maintenance projects and completes all assigned preventive maintenance tasks performing a wide variety of general maintenance including special projects as directed.  There may be on-call assigned by the Facility Manager as required by specific campuses.  The position may travel to outlying communities to perform work.   This position requires working experience, knowledge and maintenance of commercial equipment and buildings used in the healthcare setting.  Actions directly impact the ability for SEARHC to provide healthcare and the position is therefore a critical part of facility management‘s responsibility for ensuring all facilities and systems remain operational. This position has an intermediate level of responsibility for the overall operation of SEARHC facilities.  Poor decisions or work quality can reduce the life of mechanical systems and components, which directly impacts patient care.  For example, use of the wrong lubricant or failing to conduct scheduled PM on an air handler could result in a failed motor.  This would cause a disruption in service. Responsibilities: Preventive maintenance.  Maintain systems, equipment, and tools as assigned by the Facility Manager.   Schedule and complete formal documentation of work completed including collecting data for entry into the PM program. Troubleshooting and repair.  Perform basic mechanical troubleshooting and repair of systems and components.  Troubleshoot and provide minor repairs of heating and cooling systems, boilers, plumbing systems, electrical systems and related equipment. Carpentry.  Perform journeyman level carpenter duties as assigned through written and verbal requests from the facility manager.  Activities may include concrete work, floor coverings, installing doors, building cabinets, hanging items on walls, installing drop ceilings, drywall repair, painting etc. Work orders.  Complete work orders assigned in a timely and professional manner according to priority.                Tool operation.  Operate various shop tools, heavy equipment if applicable; has a working knowledge of table saws, rip saws, jointers, planers, routers, etc.  Is able to operate a forklift, dump truck and backhoe. Locksmith. Capable of installing and repairing locks, door closers, making keys and working with lock cores. Responds to emergency requests, maintains records and locksmith supplies. Grounds and Parking Lots. Maintains parking lots and entrances including: snow plowing, applying non-slip materials during icy conditions, landscaping, removal of litter and organic material, lawn care, sign maintenance and stripe painting.  These tasks will be assigned by the Facility Manager. Supplies.  Identifies and tracks supply needs, orders supplies and tools, researches costs, and provides information for cost effective purchases.  Qualifications: Education High school diploma or GED Two Year Vocational School Degree  OR  4 years documented experience in a carpenter trade may substitute for the vocational school degree Experience Four years of experience in a commercial or institutional environment Experience in maintenance or construction/renovation in a health care setting is preferred. License Must have a valid driver's license and remain insurable under the SEARHC automobile insurance policy. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: Various mechanical systems.  This position must be able to complete preventative maintenance, troubleshoot, and repair basic mechanical systems and equipment with and without supervision. Carpentry.  The position must be able to complete minor repairs and installations and essentially function as a carpenter when necessary. Various electrical systems.  The position must be able to complete preventative maintenance, troubleshoot and repair basic electrical systems and equipment with and without supervision. Skilled in: Troubleshooting for mechanical and electrical systems. Safe use of equipment, tools, manuals, and schematics. Verbal and written communication that includes emailing or texting. Ability to: Troubleshoot and complete assigned work with minimal over-the-shoulder assistance. Operate and maintain small engines and hydraulic equipment. Walk extensively on uneven terrain or slippery surfaces, work while bending, stooping, or reaching, and lift up to 50 lbs.  Safely work on equipment in unstable conditions, climb in and out of dump trucks, loaders, forklifts, and pick-up trucks.   Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Sitka, AK, USA
Feb 12, 2020
The Diabetes Case Manager is responsible for maintaining a formal comprehensive diabetes education program encompassing medical/clinical providers, physical therapist, mental health practitioners, health educators, and monitoring equipment which will provide eligible patients with the tools and support from to self-manage their diabetes thus reducing chronic care costs.   The responsibility of this position is to educate, coordinate, and monitor patients with diabetes and related chronic diseases through participation in a multi-disciplinary team of Health Care Professionals from a variety of settings within the Consortium. This position will have exposure to infectious diseases and blood products. May require travel to island communities to provide care to patients and training for staff.  Contacts often require tact and sensitivity as those related to stressful situation such as death, dying, and catastrophic illnesses. Responsibilities: Provides education and case management to people with diabetes, prediabetes and gestational diabetes. Maintains the diabetes registries for people with diabetes, prediabetes and gestational diabetes.                        Ensures all patients receive annual exams, laboratory tests, immunizations and education as recommended by IHS Standards of Care for Adults with Type 2 Diabetes (found on the SEARHC intranet medical pages).  Coordinates primary and secondary prevention goals for patients with diabetes through active participation with the SEARHC Consortium Diabetes team.  Coordinators the completion of the annual IHS Diabetes Audit. Utilizes the audit data, other reports and RPMS tools to provide the highest quality of care.  Facilitates the education and implementation of the IHS Standards of Care for Adults with Type 2 Diabetes to medical providers, dietitians, nursing and other related personnel through education programs and direct training.  Supports and role models the SEARHC Seven Standards of Excellence. This includes: answering inquiries of a general nature by nursing staff, provider staff, other departments, visitors and patients, assisting them in a friendly and cooperative manner; receive and relaying messages to personnel and uses proper telephone etiquette.   Qualifications: Education/Experience Three years general nursing or dietetic experience, preferred Preferred, one year work experience in diabetic care and management. License/Certification A valid, current, RD and RN license in the State of Alaska Certification as a Diabetic Educator or eligible to apply for certification within two years. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Knowledge Knowledge of diabetes case management, practices, and procedures in order to assess patient care. Knowledge of health promotion and patient education activities. Knowledge of the customs of the ethnic groups within the various Alaska Native geographic locations and the ability to appreciate cultural differences and their effect on health care delivery. Shall perform a variety of responsible diabetic care procedures requiring professional knowledge and consideration specific patient conditions and treatments and ability to work independently in completing tasks. Skills Oral and written skills. Computer skills. Teaching skills. Organizational skills. Abilities Ability to lead group programs. Ability to engage patients in self-management activities. Ability to provide positive feedback to patients. Ability to prioritize and use good judgment. Ability to coordinate a variety of issues while being frequently interrupted Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Sitka, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
The clinical nurse coordinates and performs a variety of nursing care procedures for patients of all ages, requiring professional knowledge and consideration of specific patient conditions and treatments; and the ability to work independently in completing assignments.  Guidelines include provider’s orders; standards of care, nursing policies and procedures manuals, hospital policies, and nursing duties include support to individuals of all ages and their families.   Clinical decisions are made independently during the scheduled shift; maintains complete accountability for all actions taken. Consults with the appropriate manager/supervisor and/or ancillary department in difficult situations requiring additional input or resources.  Able to react in a calm manner and make sound nursing judgments in an emergent situation.  Accountable for proper delegation and supervision of CNA/Tech. Responsibilities: Promotes the SEARHC Seven Standards of Excellence; implements safe, therapeutic and efficient care for patients with needs due to multisystem disease and/or complications of treatment using appropriate infection control measures; sets priorities for care of patients based on acuity and/or patients’ preference; anticipates potential problems; adapts to change in the area by setting priorities for emergencies; changes in patient status and unusual occurrences; initiates, manages and documents the nursing procedures consistent with scientific principle and departmental policy; demonstrates knowledge of equipment use; accurately administers age-specific medications and therapeutics; carries out the medical and nursing care plan and coordinates patient care activities with physicians and other healthcare team members; initiates action to reduce, correct or prevent immediate, ongoing or potential risks to the patient; facilitates healing by providing nursing care that is individualized, goal oriented, based on scientific principles and the nursing process; seeks out resources when beyond the scope of skill, knowledge or experience, explains tests, procedures and disease process to patient/significant others; follows through on nursing care plans by teaching and demonstrating skills essential for understanding and coping with illness and promoting optimal health; communicates and interacts with patient/significant others in a positive and supportive way; provides counseling using emotional, intellectual and psychological supports and utilizes other healthcare professionals in dealing with psychosocial problems if needed; takes steps to decrease stress and/or increase effectiveness of coping mechanisms of patient/significant others; evaluates patient’s progress or lack of progress towards goals, directing new goal setting and implementing revised patient care plans as directed by reassessment; documents the patient’s response to care; closes out patient care plan by discharge (with instructions) or has in place an after care plan to meet the patient’s needs. Assures confidentiality of patient information. Accomplishes nursing assessment through interviewing, observation and nursing process; obtains, interprets and applies age-related (pediatric, adult and geriatric) patient information terms of cognitive, physical, emotional and normal growth/development needs of the patient; completes thorough Nursing Admission Databases/initial patient assessment; documents assessment findings that are consistent with other providers and include review of body systems, laboratory results, diagnostic findings, chart reviews and inter disciplinary input; identifies problems and nursing diagnosis by recognizing the impact of health problems on patients and families; distinguishes between normal and abnormal assessments in order to identify patient capabilities and limitations including psychosocial risks, utilizes resources to assess patients with conditions that are new, unfamiliar or not commonly seen. Shall perform duties as assigned and insure quality patient care despite the situation encountered, be it routine or emergent.  Develops and contributes to a plan of nursing action based on existing and potential patient problems and obtainable patient responses which are mutually acceptable to the healthcare team; transcribes and notes physician orders accurately, utilizes past experience to provide a range of options for nursing care; initiates patient care plans using patient care standards; addresses identified nursing diagnosis and coordinates the plan with the healthcare team by using methods that include interventions, goals and time frames; utilizes resources to formulate a written plan of care; documents reassessments which include laboratory results, diagnostic findings, interdisciplinary notes and documented patient observations; gives shift report according to guidelines.  Other duties as assigned. Imparts educational knowledge to develop skills to enhance decision making and promote understanding by interacting with patients, family, staff and community; engages in ongoing evaluation of the effectiveness of teaching in terms of patient understanding and behavioral outcomes; organizes and participates in patient care conferences as applicable; identifies staff, patient and family needs and develops a plan for education and/or makes appropriate referrals; develops/implements educational programs and learning aids in the department (i.e. in-services, special projects, learning aides, patient care standards); documents education accurately and completely; provides discharge patient information; participate in in-services and educational programs in the department, hospital and/or community as assigned; ACLS, PALS, TNCC/ATCN, and NRP certified (depending on specialty area) within the first 6 months of employment and bi-annually thereafter; completes all mandatory training and competency checks; utilizes opportunities for incidental teaching with staff members. Communicates with staff, patients, significant others and other members of the healthcare team in a way that is supportive, constructive and positive; gives feedback to other staff and healthcare team members in regard to behavior that does not support achievement; assists in the orientation of new staff, travelers and students by sharing knowledge, experience and verbal encouragement; guides others in choosing nursing intervention, developing skills and applying knowledge; follows and directs others to follow corporate, hospital and departmental policies, procedures and patient care standards; supports the area and overall Nursing services mission by assigning staff to productive tasks and floating to other units as needed; provides input regarding the need for change in policies, procedures and patient care standards able to perform as Contact RN leading assigned RNs and CNAs and accomplishes all assigned patient care and area support activities during the shift. Attends and participates in at least 50% of departmental staff meetings; applies information presented in staff meetings; participates in unit goal setting; complies with area and departmental scheduling guidelines; initiates discussion with nurse manager regarding area or department issues; completes annual competencies, evaluation material, maintains certification sand licensure; complies with dress code; refers un-resolved problems with patients/visitors/co-workers to Nurse Manager or Administrative Manger for resolution, addresses employee concerns consistent with Human Resources policy. Qualifications: Education/Experience Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing (Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, Associates degree in Nursing or Diploma in Nursing) Commission Corp Officers meet billet description requirements for a 0 – 2 to 0 – 3 One-year clinical nurse experience preferred Prior experience in the area of specialty is preferred License/Certification A valid, current, full and unrestricted RN license. Must have a current Healthcare Provider BLS certification. ACLS, PALS, TNCC/ATCN, NIHS and NPR must be obtained within 6 months of hire date depending on specialty area; bi-annually thereafter. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Knowledge of nursing care principles, practices, diagnosis and processes (assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation) including specialty areas when appropriate, to provide professional nursing care to patients. Competency to recognize emergently ill patients and adverse signs and symptoms and to act promptly in emergency situations. Knowledge of general pharmaceuticals, their desired effects, side effects and complications in their use. For specialty nursing units, knowledge should include the medication used in to area. Skills to apply scientific principles in operating and monitoring of basic medical equipment (ex: defibrillator, monitors, beds/lifts, etc.), Specialty area equipment might also include chest tube set up, immobilization, EKG machines, ventilators, etc. Specialty areas will require proficiency in assisting with emergency procedures (i.e. intubations, arterial line set up, arterial blood gas puncture, thoracentesis, lavage, etc.). Oral and written communication skills, can enter and retrieve patient data accurately, can verbally communicate findings with healthcare team. Ability to provide guidance, leadership and work cooperatively with others by establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships with patients, visitors and other healthcare team members. Ability to implement appropriate nursing therapeutic interventions based on the knowledge of a wide variety of nursing diagnosis, evidenced based practice, medical and psychosocial disorders, the normal courses of disease and anticipated complications. Ability to recognize adverse signs and symptoms, which are not always apparent and to intervene promptly in emergency situations including the implementation of life saving procedures.   Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Sitka, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
The clinical nurse coordinates and performs a variety of nursing care procedures for patients of all ages, requiring professional knowledge and consideration of specific patient conditions and treatments; and the ability to work independently in completing assignments.  Guidelines include provider’s orders; standards of care, nursing policies and procedures manuals, hospital policies, and nursing duties include support to individuals of all ages and their families.   Clinical decisions are made independently during the scheduled shift; maintains complete accountability for all actions taken. Consults with the appropriate manager/supervisor and/or ancillary department in difficult situations requiring additional input or resources.  Able to react in a calm manner and make sound nursing judgments in an emergent situation.  Accountable for proper delegation and supervision of CNA/Tech. Responsibilities: Promotes the SEARHC Seven Standards of Excellence; implements safe, therapeutic and efficient care for patients with needs due to multisystem disease and/or complications of treatment using appropriate infection control measures; sets priorities for care of patients based on acuity and/or patients’ preference; anticipates potential problems; adapts to change in the area by setting priorities for emergencies; changes in patient status and unusual occurrences; initiates, manages and documents the nursing procedures consistent with scientific principle and departmental policy; demonstrates knowledge of equipment use; accurately administers age-specific medications and therapeutics; carries out the medical and nursing care plan and coordinates patient care activities with physicians and other healthcare team members; initiates action to reduce, correct or prevent immediate, ongoing or potential risks to the patient; facilitates healing by providing nursing care that is individualized, goal oriented, based on scientific principles and the nursing process; seeks out resources when beyond the scope of skill, knowledge or experience, explains tests, procedures and disease process to patient/significant others; follows through on nursing care plans by teaching and demonstrating skills essential for understanding and coping with illness and promoting optimal health; communicates and interacts with patient/significant others in a positive and supportive way; provides counseling using emotional, intellectual and psychological supports and utilizes other healthcare professionals in dealing with psychosocial problems if needed; takes steps to decrease stress and/or increase effectiveness of coping mechanisms of patient/significant others; evaluates patient’s progress or lack of progress towards goals, directing new goal setting and implementing revised patient care plans as directed by reassessment; documents the patient’s response to care; closes out patient care plan by discharge (with instructions) or has in place an after care plan to meet the patient’s needs. Assures confidentiality of patient information. Accomplishes nursing assessment through interviewing, observation and nursing process; obtains, interprets and applies age-related (pediatric, adult and geriatric) patient information terms of cognitive, physical, emotional and normal growth/development needs of the patient; completes thorough Nursing Admission Databases/initial patient assessment; documents assessment findings that are consistent with other providers and include review of body systems, laboratory results, diagnostic findings, chart reviews and inter disciplinary input; identifies problems and nursing diagnosis by recognizing the impact of health problems on patients and families; distinguishes between normal and abnormal assessments in order to identify patient capabilities and limitations including psychosocial risks, utilizes resources to assess patients with conditions that are new, unfamiliar or not commonly seen. Shall perform duties as assigned and insure quality patient care despite the situation encountered, be it routine or emergent.  Develops and contributes to a plan of nursing action based on existing and potential patient problems and obtainable patient responses which are mutually acceptable to the healthcare team; transcribes and notes physician orders accurately, utilizes past experience to provide a range of options for nursing care; initiates patient care plans using patient care standards; addresses identified nursing diagnosis and coordinates the plan with the healthcare team by using methods that include interventions, goals and time frames; utilizes resources to formulate a written plan of care; documents reassessments which include laboratory results, diagnostic findings, interdisciplinary notes and documented patient observations; gives shift report according to guidelines.  Other duties as assigned. Imparts educational knowledge to develop skills to enhance decision making and promote understanding by interacting with patients, family, staff and community; engages in ongoing evaluation of the effectiveness of teaching in terms of patient understanding and behavioral outcomes; organizes and participates in patient care conferences as applicable; identifies staff, patient and family needs and develops a plan for education and/or makes appropriate referrals; develops/implements educational programs and learning aids in the department (i.e. in-services, special projects, learning aides, patient care standards); documents education accurately and completely; provides discharge patient information; participate in in-services and educational programs in the department, hospital and/or community as assigned; ACLS, PALS, TNCC/ATCN, and NRP certified (depending on specialty area) within the first 6 months of employment and bi-annually thereafter; completes all mandatory training and competency checks; utilizes opportunities for incidental teaching with staff members. Communicates with staff, patients, significant others and other members of the healthcare team in a way that is supportive, constructive and positive; gives feedback to other staff and healthcare team members in regard to behavior that does not support achievement; assists in the orientation of new staff, travelers and students by sharing knowledge, experience and verbal encouragement; guides others in choosing nursing intervention, developing skills and applying knowledge; follows and directs others to follow corporate, hospital and departmental policies, procedures and patient care standards; supports the area and overall Nursing services mission by assigning staff to productive tasks and floating to other units as needed; provides input regarding the need for change in policies, procedures and patient care standards able to perform as Contact RN leading assigned RNs and CNAs and accomplishes all assigned patient care and area support activities during the shift. Attends and participates in at least 50% of departmental staff meetings; applies information presented in staff meetings; participates in unit goal setting; complies with area and departmental scheduling guidelines; initiates discussion with nurse manager regarding area or department issues; completes annual competencies, evaluation material, maintains certification sand licensure; complies with dress code; refers un-resolved problems with patients/visitors/co-workers to Nurse Manager or Administrative Manger for resolution, addresses employee concerns consistent with Human Resources policy. Qualifications: Education/Experience Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing (Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, Associates degree in Nursing or Diploma in Nursing) Commission Corp Officers meet billet description requirements for a 0 – 2 to 0 – 3 One-year clinical nurse experience preferred Prior experience in the area of specialty is preferred License/Certification A valid, current, full and unrestricted RN license. Must have a current Healthcare Provider BLS certification. ACLS, PALS, TNCC/ATCN, NIHS and NPR must be obtained within 6 months of hire date depending on specialty area; bi-annually thereafter. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Knowledge of nursing care principles, practices, diagnosis and processes (assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation) including specialty areas when appropriate, to provide professional nursing care to patients. Competency to recognize emergently ill patients and adverse signs and symptoms and to act promptly in emergency situations. Knowledge of general pharmaceuticals, their desired effects, side effects and complications in their use. For specialty nursing units, knowledge should include the medication used in to area. Skills to apply scientific principles in operating and monitoring of basic medical equipment (ex: defibrillator, monitors, beds/lifts, etc.), Specialty area equipment might also include chest tube set up, immobilization, EKG machines, ventilators, etc. Specialty areas will require proficiency in assisting with emergency procedures (i.e. intubations, arterial line set up, arterial blood gas puncture, thoracentesis, lavage, etc.). Oral and written communication skills, can enter and retrieve patient data accurately, can verbally communicate findings with healthcare team. Ability to provide guidance, leadership and work cooperatively with others by establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships with patients, visitors and other healthcare team members. Ability to implement appropriate nursing therapeutic interventions based on the knowledge of a wide variety of nursing diagnosis, evidenced based practice, medical and psychosocial disorders, the normal courses of disease and anticipated complications. Ability to recognize adverse signs and symptoms, which are not always apparent and to intervene promptly in emergency situations including the implementation of life saving procedures.   Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Sitka, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
The clinical nurse coordinates and performs a variety of nursing care procedures for patients of all ages, requiring professional knowledge and consideration of specific patient conditions and treatments; and the ability to work independently in completing assignments.  Guidelines include provider’s orders; standards of care, nursing policies and procedures manuals, hospital policies, and nursing duties include support to individuals of all ages and their families.   Clinical decisions are made independently during the scheduled shift; maintains complete accountability for all actions taken. Consults with the appropriate manager/supervisor and/or ancillary department in difficult situations requiring additional input or resources.  Able to react in a calm manner and make sound nursing judgments in an emergent situation.  Accountable for proper delegation and supervision of CNA/Tech. Responsibilities: Promotes the SEARHC Seven Standards of Excellence; implements safe, therapeutic and efficient care for patients with needs due to multisystem disease and/or complications of treatment using appropriate infection control measures; sets priorities for care of patients based on acuity and/or patients’ preference; anticipates potential problems; adapts to change in the area by setting priorities for emergencies; changes in patient status and unusual occurrences; initiates, manages and documents the nursing procedures consistent with scientific principle and departmental policy; demonstrates knowledge of equipment use; accurately administers age-specific medications and therapeutics; carries out the medical and nursing care plan and coordinates patient care activities with physicians and other healthcare team members; initiates action to reduce, correct or prevent immediate, ongoing or potential risks to the patient; facilitates healing by providing nursing care that is individualized, goal oriented, based on scientific principles and the nursing process; seeks out resources when beyond the scope of skill, knowledge or experience, explains tests, procedures and disease process to patient/significant others; follows through on nursing care plans by teaching and demonstrating skills essential for understanding and coping with illness and promoting optimal health; communicates and interacts with patient/significant others in a positive and supportive way; provides counseling using emotional, intellectual and psychological supports and utilizes other healthcare professionals in dealing with psychosocial problems if needed; takes steps to decrease stress and/or increase effectiveness of coping mechanisms of patient/significant others; evaluates patient’s progress or lack of progress towards goals, directing new goal setting and implementing revised patient care plans as directed by reassessment; documents the patient’s response to care; closes out patient care plan by discharge (with instructions) or has in place an after care plan to meet the patient’s needs. Assures confidentiality of patient information. Accomplishes nursing assessment through interviewing, observation and nursing process; obtains, interprets and applies age-related (pediatric, adult and geriatric) patient information terms of cognitive, physical, emotional and normal growth/development needs of the patient; completes thorough Nursing Admission Databases/initial patient assessment; documents assessment findings that are consistent with other providers and include review of body systems, laboratory results, diagnostic findings, chart reviews and inter disciplinary input; identifies problems and nursing diagnosis by recognizing the impact of health problems on patients and families; distinguishes between normal and abnormal assessments in order to identify patient capabilities and limitations including psychosocial risks, utilizes resources to assess patients with conditions that are new, unfamiliar or not commonly seen. Shall perform duties as assigned and insure quality patient care despite the situation encountered, be it routine or emergent.  Develops and contributes to a plan of nursing action based on existing and potential patient problems and obtainable patient responses which are mutually acceptable to the healthcare team; transcribes and notes physician orders accurately, utilizes past experience to provide a range of options for nursing care; initiates patient care plans using patient care standards; addresses identified nursing diagnosis and coordinates the plan with the healthcare team by using methods that include interventions, goals and time frames; utilizes resources to formulate a written plan of care; documents reassessments which include laboratory results, diagnostic findings, interdisciplinary notes and documented patient observations; gives shift report according to guidelines.  Other duties as assigned. Imparts educational knowledge to develop skills to enhance decision making and promote understanding by interacting with patients, family, staff and community; engages in ongoing evaluation of the effectiveness of teaching in terms of patient understanding and behavioral outcomes; organizes and participates in patient care conferences as applicable; identifies staff, patient and family needs and develops a plan for education and/or makes appropriate referrals; develops/implements educational programs and learning aids in the department (i.e. in-services, special projects, learning aides, patient care standards); documents education accurately and completely; provides discharge patient information; participate in in-services and educational programs in the department, hospital and/or community as assigned; ACLS, PALS, TNCC/ATCN, and NRP certified (depending on specialty area) within the first 6 months of employment and bi-annually thereafter; completes all mandatory training and competency checks; utilizes opportunities for incidental teaching with staff members. Communicates with staff, patients, significant others and other members of the healthcare team in a way that is supportive, constructive and positive; gives feedback to other staff and healthcare team members in regard to behavior that does not support achievement; assists in the orientation of new staff, travelers and students by sharing knowledge, experience and verbal encouragement; guides others in choosing nursing intervention, developing skills and applying knowledge; follows and directs others to follow corporate, hospital and departmental policies, procedures and patient care standards; supports the area and overall Nursing services mission by assigning staff to productive tasks and floating to other units as needed; provides input regarding the need for change in policies, procedures and patient care standards able to perform as Contact RN leading assigned RNs and CNAs and accomplishes all assigned patient care and area support activities during the shift. Attends and participates in at least 50% of departmental staff meetings; applies information presented in staff meetings; participates in unit goal setting; complies with area and departmental scheduling guidelines; initiates discussion with nurse manager regarding area or department issues; completes annual competencies, evaluation material, maintains certification sand licensure; complies with dress code; refers un-resolved problems with patients/visitors/co-workers to Nurse Manager or Administrative Manger for resolution, addresses employee concerns consistent with Human Resources policy. Qualifications: Education/Experience Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing (Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, Associates degree in Nursing or Diploma in Nursing) Commission Corp Officers meet billet description requirements for a 0 – 2 to 0 – 3 One-year clinical nurse experience preferred Prior experience in the area of specialty is preferred License/Certification A valid, current, full and unrestricted RN license. Must have a current Healthcare Provider BLS certification. ACLS, PALS, TNCC/ATCN, NIHS and NPR must be obtained within 6 months of hire date depending on specialty area; bi-annually thereafter. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Knowledge of nursing care principles, practices, diagnosis and processes (assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation) including specialty areas when appropriate, to provide professional nursing care to patients. Competency to recognize emergently ill patients and adverse signs and symptoms and to act promptly in emergency situations. Knowledge of general pharmaceuticals, their desired effects, side effects and complications in their use. For specialty nursing units, knowledge should include the medication used in to area. Skills to apply scientific principles in operating and monitoring of basic medical equipment (ex: defibrillator, monitors, beds/lifts, etc.), Specialty area equipment might also include chest tube set up, immobilization, EKG machines, ventilators, etc. Specialty areas will require proficiency in assisting with emergency procedures (i.e. intubations, arterial line set up, arterial blood gas puncture, thoracentesis, lavage, etc.). Oral and written communication skills, can enter and retrieve patient data accurately, can verbally communicate findings with healthcare team. Ability to provide guidance, leadership and work cooperatively with others by establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships with patients, visitors and other healthcare team members. Ability to implement appropriate nursing therapeutic interventions based on the knowledge of a wide variety of nursing diagnosis, evidenced based practice, medical and psychosocial disorders, the normal courses of disease and anticipated complications. Ability to recognize adverse signs and symptoms, which are not always apparent and to intervene promptly in emergency situations including the implementation of life saving procedures.   Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Sitka, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
Coordinates a variety of nursing care procedures for patients of all ages which requires professional knowledge and consideration of specific patient conditions and treatment. Participates in patient and family teaching and provides leadership by working cooperatively with ancillary nursing and other members of the healthcare team to maintain standards for professional nursing practice in the clinical setting.  Guidelines include physician’s orders, standards of care, nursing policies and procedures, manuals, and hospital policies.   Clinical decisions are made initially independently during the scheduled shift; maintains complete accountability for all actions taken.  Consults with the appropriate manager/supervisor in difficult situations requiring additional input. Able to react in a calm manner and make sound nursing judgments in an emergency environment.  Responsibilities: Promotes the SEARHC Seven Standards of Excellence; Implements safe, therapeutic, and efficient care for patients with needs due to multisystem disease and/or complications of treatment using appropriate infection control measures; sets priorities for care of patients based on acuity and/or patients’ preference; anticipates potential problems; adapts to change on the area by setting priorities for emergencies, changes in patient status and unusual occurrences; initiates, manages, and documents the nursing procedures consistent with scientific principle and departmental policy; demonstrates knowledge of equipment use; accurately administers age-specific medications and therapeutics;  carries out the medical and nursing care plan and coordinates patient care activities with physicians and other healthcare team members; initiates action to reduce, correct, or prevent immediate, ongoing, or potential risks to the patient; facilitates healing by providing nursing care that is individualized, goal oriented, based on scientific principles and the nursing process; seeks out resources when beyond the scope of skill, knowledge or experience; explains test, procedures, and disease process to patient/significant others; follows through on nursing care plans by teaching and demonstrating skills essential for understanding and coping with illness and promoting optimal health; communicates and interacts with patient/significant others in a positive and supportive way; provides counseling using emotional, intellectual and psychological supports and utilizes other healthcare professionals in dealing with psychosocial problems if needed; takes steps to decrease stress and/or increase effectiveness of coping mechanisms of patient/significant others; evaluates patient’s progress or lack of progress towards goals, directing new goal setting and implementing revised patient care plans as directed by reassessment; documents the patient’s response to care; closes out patient care plan by discharge or has in place an after care plan to meet the patient’s needs; Assures confidentiality of patient information. Accomplishes nursing assessment through interviewing, observation and nursing process; obtains, interprets and applies age-related (pediatric, adult, and geriatric) patient information in terms of cognitive, physical, emotional and normal growth/development needs of the patient; completes thorough Nursing Admission Databases/initial patient assessment; documents assessment findings that are consistent with other providers and include review of body systems, laboratory results, diagnostic findings, chart reviews, and interdisciplinary input; identifies problems & nursing diagnosis by recognizing the impact of health problems on patients and families; distinguishes between normal and abnormal assessments in order to identify patient capabilities and limitations including psychosocial risks; utilizes resources to assess patients with conditions that are new, unfamiliar, or not commonly seen. Shall perform duties as assigned and insure quality patient care despite the situation encountered, be it routine or emergent. Imparts educational knowledge to develop skills to enhance decision making and promote understanding by interacting with patients, family, staff, and community; engages in ongoing evaluation of the effectiveness of teaching in terms of patient understanding and behavioral outcomes; organizes and participates in patient care conferences as applicable; identifies staff, patient, and family needs and develops a plan for education and/or makes appropriate referrals; develops/implements educational programs and learning aides in the department (ie. Inservices, special projects, learning aides, patient care standards); documents education accurately and completely; provides discharge patient information; participate in in-services and educational programs in the department, hospital and/or community as assigned; ACLS trained within the first year of employment and biannually thereafter; completes all mandatory training and competency checks; utilizes opportunities for incidental teaching with staff members. Communicates with staff, patients, significant others and other members of the healthcare team in a way that is supportive, constructive, and positive; gives feedback to other staff and healthcare team members in regard to behavior that does not support achievement; assists in the orientation of new staff, travelers, and students by sharing knowledge, experience and verbal encouragement; guides others in choosing nursing intervention, developing skills and applying knowledge; follows and directs others to follow corporate, hospital, and departmental policies, procedures and patient care standards; supports the area and overall Nursing services mission by assigning staff to productive tasks and floating to other units as needed; provides input regarding the need for change in policies, procedures, and patient care standards; able to perform as Contact RN leading assigned RNs, LPNs, and CNAs and accomplishes all assigned patient care and area support activities during the shift. Attends and participates in at least 50% of departmental staff meetings; applies information presented in staff meetings; participates in unit goal setting; complies with area and departmental scheduling guidelines;  initiates discussion with nurse manager regarding area or department issues; completes annual competencies, evaluation material, maintains certifications and licensure; complies with dress code; refers un-resolved problems with patients/visitors/co-workers to Nurse Manager or Administrative Manager for resolution; addresses employee concerns consistent with Human Resources Policy Qualifications: Education/Experience Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing (Bachelor’s degree in nursing, Associate degree in nursing or Diploma in nursing)       Prior experience is preferred License/Certification A valid, current, full and unrestricted RN license in the State of Alaska Must have BLS until ACLS is obtained.  ACLS & PALS must be obtained within one year of hire and biannually thereafter Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Knowledge Knowledge of nursing care principles, practices, diagnosis, and processes (including assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation) to provide professional nursing care to patients. Competency to recognize adverse signs and symptoms and to act promptly in emergency situations. Knowledge of pharmaceuticals, their desired effects, side effects, and complications in their use. Skills Skills to apply scientific principles in operating and monitoring of basic and specialized medical equipment (ex: defibrillator, gastric and thoracic suction, EKG machines, ect.). Proficient in nursing procedures and basic nursing care. Oral and written communication skills, can enter and retrieve patient data accurately, can verbally communicate findings with healthcare team.  Abilities Ability to provide guidance, leadership, and work cooperatively with others by establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships with patients, visitors, and other healthcare team members. Ability to implement appropriate nursing therapeutic interventions based on the knowledge of a wide variety of nursing diagnosis, medical and psychosocial disorders, the normal course of disease and anticipated complications. Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Sitka, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
Position functions within the Respiratory Care department at Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital to provide respiratory therapy modalities per protocol and those ordered by physicians to improve the cardiopulmonary conditions of patients from neonatal to geriatric ages.  Performs in a professional manner, respects confidentiality, and demonstrates qualities endorsed by following the seven Standards for Service Excellence outlined in the SEARHC Human Resources Manual.   Most difficult aspects; Miscalculation of ventilator settings or dosages of medications.  Failure to maintain equipment, which may result in incorrect readings.  Responsible for following policies and procedures related to the administration of respiratory services.  Impact; If policies and procedures are not followed, unsafe and improper healthcare may be given.  Maintains compliance with all state, federal, TJC (The Joint Commission), other regulatory body standards and hospital requirements related to provisions of respiratory therapy services and understands legal consequences of actions and interventions. Responsibilities: Participates in the  assessment, administration, and evaluation  of respiratory therapy treatments, pulmonary function testing, performs extubations, airway management and ventilatory life support to critical adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients.        Participates with other health care professionals in obtaining, interpreting and evaluating pulmonary function tests, arterial blood gases, airway management and respiratory treatments. Provides instruction to patients in use of respiratory therapy equipment, inhalation gases and other therapies related to the treatment of respiratory diseases and/or the promotion of respiratory wellness. Serves as a recourse person and consultant to hospital personnel involved in the treatment of individuals with respiratory disease.                               Responsible for the cleaning, care and maintenance of all equipment used in the delivery of respiratory treatments and pulmonary function testing.        Qualifications: Education/Experience Equivalent to graduation from high school and successful completion of an approved school of Respiratory Therapy Two years’ experience as a certified Respiratory Therapist preferred. Certification Credentialed by the NBRC as a Certified Respiratory Therapist or Registered Respiratory Therapist at time of hire. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Knowledge of: Anatomy and physiology; Respiratory care modalities for adults, pediatrics and neonatal patients; Interpreting arterial blood gases. Skills In: Skilled in use of mechanical ventilators; Performing arterial blood gas sampling; Applying cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Ability to: Work alone/unsupervised; Assess and Prioritize; Work under adverse conditions such as communicable infectious diseases. Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Sitka, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
Position Summary:   This position provides direct technical nursing care to patients in a boarding school ambulatory care setting.  Initiates nursing actions and provides comprehensive nursing care to meet the physical, emotional, spiritual, and socio-cultural needs to the patient and family.  Preserves the patient’s dignity and respects cultural differences.  This is 40 hour per pay period position working weekends.  For each pay period, the RN would work 24 hours one weekend and then 16 the next. Baseline Qualification Requirements:                                                                           *Active, unrestricted RN licensure. Alaska licensure   *Basic Life Support Certification preferred.   Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Sitka, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
The Shift Supervisor oversees the clinical operations of Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital on an assigned shift basis.  The Shift Supervisor is a Registered Nurse who has been hired as a Staff Nurse in a department within Mt Edgecumbe Hospital (MEH), and has shown by experience, knowledge, behavior, and job performance ability to fulfill the duties of the Shift Supervisor.  Nurses are selected for participation in this role by the members of the nursing leadership team and are scheduled to act in the Shift Supervisor role on a rotating shift-by-shift basis.  The Shift Supervisor Nurses will continue to fulfill their FTE requirements by working shifts in their hiring department. Responsibilities: Oversight of Clinical Operations Responsible for planning and coordinating patient care activities in partnership with MEH leadership Coordinates placement of patients based on established criteria Serves as the first point of contact for physicians, ancillary departments, patients, visitors, staff, and outside agencies to coordinate services, resolve issues, and promote service recovery as needed. Escalates unresolved needs or issues to the correct manager / director/ administrator for assistance with resolution. Makes staffing decisions for nursing departments based on patient care needs and competence of scheduled nursing staff. This includes type and numbers of staff needed in specific departments, moving staff to departments other than their “home” department, and assigning additional tasks. Adheres to staffing established staffing guidelines and recommends changes to the guidelines to nursing leadership. Compliance with Standards of Care and Regulatory Requirements Maintains standards for professional nursing practice in all care settings Advocates for compliance with regulatory requirements and performance improvement initiatives Assists with implementation, and supports compliance with MEH policies and standards Participates in creating or revising nursing policies, procedures or standards as requested Support of Clinical Leadership Strategies Collaborates with nursing leaders, Inpatient Care Coordinator and Nursing Educator to support and participate in the following programs: New employee orientation Ongoing Competency validation Utilization Management, Case Management, Discharge Planning Required training and educational programs Contributes information and observations to the appropriate manager or director for performance evaluations Attends and participates in at least 80% of nursing leadership meetings, and supports decisions and outcomes from those meetings Support of Organizational Strategies Promotes the SEARHC seven standards of excellence Resource for Clinical Care Needs Steps into direct patient care role as needed to provide for changing patient care needs Identifies needs for personnel, supplies, equipment or other resources and acts to supply the need and communicate ongoing deficits to the correct leaders. Behavioral Standards Performs duties independently, exercising professional judgment in the correct course of action for any given event Able to remain calm, react in a constructive manner, and make sound judgments in emergency and high stress situations Addresses performance, behavioral or quality of care issues at the time they are identified and escalates the issue to the appropriate manager, director or administrator as need to reach resolution. Provides positive feedback as appropriate for staff who meet or exceed performance standards.  Makes recommendations to leadership for additional recognition of outstanding performance as appropriate Qualifications: Education: Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing with Associate Degree Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Nursing preferred Commission Corp Officers meet billet description requirements for 0-4/03CC063 Nurse Manager or 0-5/03CC067 Senior Nurse Manager Experience: 5 years professional nursing experience preferred; of that minimum 2 years as staff RN in OB, ER or ICU specialty preferred 1 year with supervisory responsibilities preferred Certifications: A valid, current, full and unrestricted RN license. AK license must be obtained within 6 months of hire Must have BLS until obtain ACLS. ACLS at hire or must be obtained within six months of hire and biannually thereafter PALS and NRP preferred Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Knowledge Knowledge of nursing care principles, practices, diagnosis, and processes (including assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation) to provide professional nursing care to patients Knowledge of Hospital and Departmental Policies and Procedures in order to fully comply with, and advocate compliance with on proper application of these measures Demonstrated competencies in OB, ER, ICU Nursing Standards Skills Knowledge and skills in computer systems including Microsoft Excel, Access, Word Knowledge and skills as a super user in EHR Proficient in nursing procedures and basic nursing care Analytical skills to apply scientific principles in operating and monitoring of basic and specialize medical equipment (ex: defibrillator, gastric and thoracic suction, EKG machines, ect.) Excellent oral and written communication skills Strong, sound decision-making and critical thinking skills Ability to Enter and retrieve patient data accurately. Verbally communicate findings with healthcare team. Use assertive patient management techniques to defuse any patient/visitor/peer volatile situations. Provide guidance, leadership, and work cooperatively with others by establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships with patients, visitors, and other healthcare team members. Anticipate patient care needs and provide resources proactively Use critical thinking abilities to make sound nursing judgments. Implement appropriate nursing therapeutic interventions based on the knowledge of a wide variety of nursing diagnosis, medical and psychosocial disorders, including the normal course of disease and anticipated complications. Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Sitka, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
This position is located in the Operating Room (OR) Department of the Surgical Department of the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC).  Surgical specialties include:  General surgery on adult and pediatric patients, Endoscopy, Otolaryngology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Urology, Dental, Plastic and Vascular.   The Surgical Technologist is an integral part of a team of medical practitioners providing surgical care to patients in a variety of settings.  The main function of the tech is fulfilling the role of an assistant to the surgeon.  The surgeon relies heavily on the tech to do their job correctly including following sterilization procedures while also being able to handle requests that are made during the surgery. Responsibilities: Scrubs in on surgical procedures, under professional nurse supervision, for many different advanced and complex types of surgeries which includes: General & Rectal Surgery, Laparoscope and Open Cholecystectomies, appendectomies, hernias, thyroidectomy, Obstetric/Gynecology; caesarean sections, hysterectomies, therapeutic abortions, dilation & curettage, bilateral tubal ligations laparoscopies; Otolaryngology; tympanoplasty, tonsillectomy, rhinoplasty; Orthopedic; scopes, open reduction, internal fixation on ankles, femurs, tibia/fibula, insertion of rods, screws, plates, wires, total hip, total knee and total shoulder procedures; Endoscopic procedures; and other procedures as required. Clinical duties include the provision of patient care and support of individuals of all ages and their families.  The incumbent shall perform duties as assigned and insure quality patient care despite the situation encountered, be it routine or emergent. Utilizes the AORN Standards of Care in everyday practice. Supplies one or two surgeons with proper instruments, sutures, sponges and equipments.  Ascertains with professional nurse the accuracy of the sponges, needles and instrument counts.  Scrubs, gowns and gloves for surgical procedures as well as to gown and glove the surgeons and their assistants.  Corrects breaks in aseptic techniques by any person in order to provide optimum patient care.  Anticipates the surgeons preference for certain materials or instruments and be able to respond to these preferences in advance.  Updates Nurse as necessary based on continuing assessment of equipment needs and physician preferences; demonstrates sound clinical judgment; adaptable to changing patient needs. Sets up sterile table with instruments, equipments, supplies, medications/solutions needed for surgical procedures. Checks to see that the equipment is in good working order.  Maintains highest standards of sterile technique during procedures.  Helps in draping the sterile field (back table, mayo stand, OR table, etc.).  Correctly labels and processes all operative fluids.  Assists in preparing room for the next patient.  Operates and monitors specialized OR equipment.  Demonstrates use of autoclaves, flask and washer sterilizer, ultrasound washers, Hi vac and gravity autoclave glucometer and Steris.  Takes initiative in reporting equipment in need of repairs and low levels of supplies. Takes apart and reassemble any instrument or piece of equipment that needs cleaning (within the scope of instructed nursing personnel duties) and prepared instruments for terminal sterilization.  Monitors supplies and instruments to assure sterility of materials used furthering Quality Assurance of patient care.  Inventories, monitors assigned services supplies and order as needed. Staff teaching and development – 1) Approaches teaching based on assessment of learner’s needs and the principles of adult learning; 2) assists other staff in initiating a plan to meet identified learning needs, 3) develops/implements educational programs and learning aids for the area/department (i.e. in-service classes, special projects, learning aids, patient care standards); 4) utilizes opportunities for incidental teaching with staff members; 5) assists in the orientation of new staff and students by sharing knowledge, experiences and verbal encouragement; 6) guides others in choosing nursing intervention, developing skills and applying knowledge. Participates in planning and conducting continuing education. Managing care through others – 1) Follows and directs others to follow Corporate, hospital, departmental policies and procedures and patient care standards. Provides input regarding the need for change in policies, procedures and patient care standards; 2) communicates with staff, patients, significant others and other health team members in a way that is supportive, constructive and positive; 3) gives feedback to other staff and health team members in regard to behavior that does not support achievement of patient, area or organizational objectives; 4) identifies and assists in altering unproductive group behavior based on principles of group dynamics.  Maintains confidentiality regarding administrative and patient issues. Participates on hospital committees as assigned. Area, department, hospital contributions – 1)  Attends and participates in area staff meetings, submits agenda items to Nurse Manager and/or initiates discussion regarding area or department issues; 2) applies information presented in staff meetings; 3)participates in area goal setting; 4) practices cost effective use of staff and supplies and suggests alternatives for increasing cost effectiveness; 5) documents participation in at least one of the following areas: a) area committees, b) nursing or hospital committees. Qualifications: Education/Experience High School Diploma or GED Experience is preferred License/Certification Completion of a technologist training program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs or any accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education and Surgical Technologist Certification (CST) preferred; if not certified, certification must be obtained within six months of hire or in certain instances, “on the job training” specific experience greater than 5 years may substitute for certification. Current BLS certification or within 3 months of hire and bi-annually thereafter. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Knowledge Requires knowledge of normal growth, development and life cycle changes. This includes knowledge of physical, behavioral characteristics of group for which nursing care is provided. Knowledge of anatomy & physiology with appropriate instrumentation, suturing materials, needles, prosthetic devices and other supplies. Knowledge of wound healing and complications. Must have professional knowledge and consideration to specific patient conditions and treatment. Skills Skilled in sterile technique. Skilled in sterile processing. Skilled in patient positioning. Problem solving skills.  Abilities Sound clinical judgment.  Decides when to seek/solicit the help or guidance from immediate supervisor or appropriate resource person. Effective communication with team members Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Sitka, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
This position is located in the Operating Room (OR) Department of the Surgical Department of the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC).  Surgical specialties include:  General surgery on adult and pediatric patients, Endoscopy, Otolaryngology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Urology, Dental, Plastic and Vascular.   The Surgical Technologist is an integral part of a team of medical practitioners providing surgical care to patients in a variety of settings.  The main function of the tech is fulfilling the role of an assistant to the surgeon.  The surgeon relies heavily on the tech to do their job correctly including following sterilization procedures while also being able to handle requests that are made during the surgery. Responsibilities: Scrubs in on surgical procedures, under professional nurse supervision, for many different advanced and complex types of surgeries which includes: General & Rectal Surgery, Laparoscope and Open Cholecystectomies, appendectomies, hernias, thyroidectomy, Obstetric/Gynecology; caesarean sections, hysterectomies, therapeutic abortions, dilation & curettage, bilateral tubal ligations laparoscopies; Otolaryngology; tympanoplasty, tonsillectomy, rhinoplasty; Orthopedic; scopes, open reduction, internal fixation on ankles, femurs, tibia/fibula, insertion of rods, screws, plates, wires, total hip, total knee and total shoulder procedures; Endoscopic procedures; and other procedures as required. Clinical duties include the provision of patient care and support of individuals of all ages and their families.  The incumbent shall perform duties as assigned and insure quality patient care despite the situation encountered, be it routine or emergent. Utilizes the AORN Standards of Care in everyday practice. Supplies one or two surgeons with proper instruments, sutures, sponges and equipments.  Ascertains with professional nurse the accuracy of the sponges, needles and instrument counts.  Scrubs, gowns and gloves for surgical procedures as well as to gown and glove the surgeons and their assistants.  Corrects breaks in aseptic techniques by any person in order to provide optimum patient care.  Anticipates the surgeons preference for certain materials or instruments and be able to respond to these preferences in advance.  Updates Nurse as necessary based on continuing assessment of equipment needs and physician preferences; demonstrates sound clinical judgment; adaptable to changing patient needs. Sets up sterile table with instruments, equipments, supplies, medications/solutions needed for surgical procedures. Checks to see that the equipment is in good working order.  Maintains highest standards of sterile technique during procedures.  Helps in draping the sterile field (back table, mayo stand, OR table, etc.).  Correctly labels and processes all operative fluids.  Assists in preparing room for the next patient.  Operates and monitors specialized OR equipment.  Demonstrates use of autoclaves, flask and washer sterilizer, ultrasound washers, Hi vac and gravity autoclave glucometer and Steris.  Takes initiative in reporting equipment in need of repairs and low levels of supplies. Takes apart and reassemble any instrument or piece of equipment that needs cleaning (within the scope of instructed nursing personnel duties) and prepared instruments for terminal sterilization.  Monitors supplies and instruments to assure sterility of materials used furthering Quality Assurance of patient care.  Inventories, monitors assigned services supplies and order as needed. Staff teaching and development – 1) Approaches teaching based on assessment of learner’s needs and the principles of adult learning; 2) assists other staff in initiating a plan to meet identified learning needs, 3) develops/implements educational programs and learning aids for the area/department (i.e. in-service classes, special projects, learning aids, patient care standards); 4) utilizes opportunities for incidental teaching with staff members; 5) assists in the orientation of new staff and students by sharing knowledge, experiences and verbal encouragement; 6) guides others in choosing nursing intervention, developing skills and applying knowledge. Participates in planning and conducting continuing education. Managing care through others – 1) Follows and directs others to follow Corporate, hospital, departmental policies and procedures and patient care standards. Provides input regarding the need for change in policies, procedures and patient care standards; 2) communicates with staff, patients, significant others and other health team members in a way that is supportive, constructive and positive; 3) gives feedback to other staff and health team members in regard to behavior that does not support achievement of patient, area or organizational objectives; 4) identifies and assists in altering unproductive group behavior based on principles of group dynamics.  Maintains confidentiality regarding administrative and patient issues. Participates on hospital committees as assigned. Area, department, hospital contributions – 1)  Attends and participates in area staff meetings, submits agenda items to Nurse Manager and/or initiates discussion regarding area or department issues; 2) applies information presented in staff meetings; 3)participates in area goal setting; 4) practices cost effective use of staff and supplies and suggests alternatives for increasing cost effectiveness; 5) documents participation in at least one of the following areas: a) area committees, b) nursing or hospital committees. Qualifications: Education/Experience High School Diploma or GED Experience is preferred License/Certification Completion of a technologist training program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs or any accrediting agency recognized by the United States Department of Education and Surgical Technologist Certification (CST) preferred; if not certified, certification must be obtained within six months of hire or in certain instances, “on the job training” specific experience greater than 5 years may substitute for certification. Current BLS certification or within 3 months of hire and bi-annually thereafter. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Knowledge Requires knowledge of normal growth, development and life cycle changes. This includes knowledge of physical, behavioral characteristics of group for which nursing care is provided. Knowledge of anatomy & physiology with appropriate instrumentation, suturing materials, needles, prosthetic devices and other supplies. Knowledge of wound healing and complications. Must have professional knowledge and consideration to specific patient conditions and treatment. Skills Skilled in sterile technique. Skilled in sterile processing. Skilled in patient positioning. Problem solving skills.  Abilities Sound clinical judgment.  Decides when to seek/solicit the help or guidance from immediate supervisor or appropriate resource person. Effective communication with team members Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Sitka, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
Provides adolescent counseling and treatment in a challenge wilderness setting and maintains the safety of all students in the adolescent substance abuse program. This position is a lead staff member who mentors others in the field and is responsible for risk management aspects of the program. Responsibilities: Organize and co-lead wilderness expeditions for youth in the Raven's Way Adolescent Treatment Program, maintaining safety as the number one priority. Includes all aspects of organization from selecting safe equipment, to determining what supplies and food are needed, selecting safe routes and arranging transportation. Teach outdoor skills including: safe travel, fire building, shelter construction, weather protection, cooking, kayaking, backpacking and various other outdoor and safety skills while maintaining a treatment focus. Participate in full scope of residential program component responsibilities. Participates and facilitate daily residential program components, including supervising daily living tasks, assisting with treatment objectives, participating in recreational events, leading various treatment activities (step study, talking circles, life histories, challenge course activities, teaching alcohol and drug educational classes, etc), and sharing in therapeutic group processes. Carry out responsibilities of a staff primary including, attending treatment team meetings as required, attending weekly staff/student primary meetings, and being the primary advocate for the youth assigned. Complete daily progress notes and log daily student activities as outlined in the program policies and procedures. Provide Native cultural awareness opportunities for students. Assist with training and administration of wilderness expedition program components including monitoring and training of staff, inventory of supplies reporting, and risk management. Assume other duties and projects as assigned. Qualifications:   Education: · Bachelor’s Degree preferred in Child and Youth Care, Social Services, or closely related degree, or equivalent experience.   Experience: · Four years work experience with at-risk youth in a lead position as a wilderness instructor. · A minimum of 192 days leading expeditions in the RW program to include both kayaking and backpacking trips, or approved other relevant wilderness guiding experience and leading 12 trips as lead guide at RW. · Two years Demonstrated Behavioral Skills: Group Management, Communication Skills, Resource Management, Professionalism, Problem Solving skills. Proficient written documentation and reporting skills. Demonstrated leadership, mentoring, training, and supervisory skills.   License/Certification/Other: · Wilderness First Responder or Wilderness Emergency Medical Technician certification · CDC II Certification or ability to obtain within three years of hire · Current Level I Ropes Course Certification or ability to obtain within one year of hire · Current cold water kayaking trainer certification or ability to obtain within one year · Ability to obtain 6 pack captain license · CPR · CPI · State Food Handlers permit · AK driver’s license preferred · Applicant needs to be 21 years or older   Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: · Knowledge, skill, aptitude and experience in child and youth care · Knowledge with substance abuse treatment modalities · Knowledge of substance abuse and its effects on the human body, mind, and social relationships and co-occurring disorders · Knowledge of CFR 42 Part 2 and HIPAA regulations regarding client confidentiality and protected health information laws and practices · Proficient skill/competence in wilderness hiking, kayaking, camping, fire building, safety, shelters, camp fire cooking, and use of map and compass in an isolated rain forest/island environment . · Proficient skill in adolescent behavioral intervention/counseling · Proficient skill/competence in using/leading adventure challenge events to further substance abuse and co-occurring disorder treatment goals · Proficient ability to identify client treatment needs · Proficient ability to empathize with clients , yet maintain professional boundaries at all times · Proficient ability to understand and follow agencies policies and procedures Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Wrangell, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
Serves as the Program Manager of the Alaska Crossings wilderness based, adolescent residential behavioral health program. Provides program development, staff development, grant management, administration and quality improvement, direct client care, community outreach, and commitment to the Vision and Mission of SEARHC. Functions as liaison between the Alaska Crossings Program, other SEARHC programs, and external providers operating outside of SEARHC. This position holds the overall responsibility for supervising the daily programmatic functioning of the Alaska Crossings program. Responsibilities: Financial · Works with the Senior Manager to assure the fiscal sustainability of the program. · Assists in creation of yearly program budgets. · Manages the yearly program budget in coordination with the Senior Manager.   Operational · Supervises day-to-day program operations · Ensures inherent risks, associated with wilderness expeditionary programing with at-risk youth, are effectively managed. · Maintains and implements industry standard accepted practices and protocols for general wilderness tripping, ocean canoeing, moving water canoeing, hiking and alpine hiking. · Provides direct supervision to Crossings Assistant Managers. · Provides direct (non-clinical, general, job performance related) supervision to the Behavioral Health Supervisor. · Collaborates with the Behavioral Health Supervisor to successfully implement clinical services. · Oversees and participate in the on-call rotation system. · Designs and manages seasonal program and staff schedules. · Assists the Senior Manager and Administrative Supervisor in maintaining timely creation and flow of high quality clinical and field documentation. · Ensures all required reporting, both internal and external, is completed in a timely manner. · Maintains all permits and licenses necessary for program operation. · Works with the Senior Manager to ensure program compliance with all regulatory and accreditation requirements.   Development · Assists senior and clinical leadership in development of program model and therapeutic curriculum. · Works proactively with program leadership to develop and implement program modifications designed to ensure program sustainability in the ever-changing regulatory and accreditation environment. · Oversees hiring, development and training of field staff and operational personnel.     Qualifications: Education: Master’s degree or higher in Wilderness Therapy, Psychology, Counseling, Social Work, Public Health or other closely related Human Service field, OR Candidates without a master’s degree can be considered with a minimum of five (5) years relevant experience in similar programs, with three (3) of the five years in a management or administrative role. Areas of need include administrative competencies, conceptual thinking, client care, wilderness tripping competencies, and wilderness risk management competencies.   Experience: Minimum of five (5) years direct experience working within therapeutic wilderness, wilderness expeditionary or outdoor pursuits programs. Minimum of three (3) years of increasingly responsible supervisory and administrative experience in programs listed above. Minimum of (2) years of experience in an adolescent residential behavioral health setting, treating SED or at-risk youth.     License and Certifications:   Wilderness First Responder Certification. Valid Alaska driver’s license within (6) months of hire. Licenses and certification must be kept current for duration of employment.   Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:   Knowledge of business and management principles involved in planning, resource allocation, leadership technique, and coordination of people and resources. Knowledge of Wilderness Risk Management principles and implementation. Familiarity with Therapy and Counseling principles, methods and procedures as they relate to provision of Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Skills development services to SED youth in a wilderness environment. Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer service. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction. Knowledge of Human Resources principles and procedures for personnel recruitment, selection and training. Skills in Management and Leadership, which include analysis and proactive advocacy for the program and deliverable services. Skills in administration and supervision to facilitate program direction. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Ability to integrate knowledge into practicalities and application. Ability to motivate and lead a diverse workforce. Ability to work under pressure, short timelines and be responsive in an environment where the mitigation of human suffering depends on the leadership, stability and professionalism of the incumbent. Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office software. Ability to effectively utilize data from basic databases and other computer programs to mitigate risks, improve program outcomes and monitor productivity. Knowledge of strategic planning principles. Ability to accomplish Behavioral Health Division and Crossings Program short, intermediate, and long-range goals and objectives.   Other:   Must commit to attending continuing education/training programs to meet certification requirements. Must Identify a competency to develop or enhance throughout the year, in partnership with the Senior Manager of Adolescent Programs. This position is a covered position in accordance with the Indian Child Protection Act (ICPA). 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SEARHC Wrangell, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
This position provides a variety of treatment services including individual, group, family, and marital therapy to any and all clients from birth to elder. This position also provides clinical services such as intake/diagnostic evaluations, case evaluations, and crisis intervention; as well as acts as a liaison with other agencies as required. This position is a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team and provides regular clinical supervision, ensures proper maintenance of clinical records in accordance with insurance regulations and established SEARHC policies and procedures. A clinician ensures that clinical productivity standards as established and followed. This position is available for after-hours telephone contact for clients in crisis when needed and as assigned; in addition to providing clinical support in person or by phone as needed at any SEARHC location within the Behavioral Health Division.   There is no specific responsibility to managing an operating budget.  As a clinician the financial responsibilities lie in documenting all services as outlined first and foremost in the code of ethics of the profession. Clinicians maintain records necessary for rendering professional services to their clients and as required by laws, regulations, or agency or institution procedures. Clinicians include sufficient and timely documentation in their client records to facilitate the delivery and continuity of needed services. Clinicians take reasonable steps to ensure that documentation in records accurately reflects client progress and services provided. If errors are made in client records, clinicians take steps to properly note the correction of such errors according to agency or institutional policies, proper documentation is a requirement to ensure that SEARHC is able to bill accurately for services provided to client in accordance with state, federal, and insurance rules, laws and regulations.   This position is a covered position in accordance with the Indian Child Protection Act (ICPA). Responsibilities: Provide screening, assessment, diagnoses, treatment planning, direct therapy and continuing care to individual clients, and/or conduct family therapy with clients ranging from birth to elderly and their families including children and significant others. Facilitate or co-facilitate groups as needed. Provide care coordination, client advocacy, and skill development as needed. Provide discharge planning.  Overall provide clinically related chemical dependence and mental health services as needed based on results of individual assessments.  Communicate and collaborate with clinical and paraprofessional team to achieve program treatment goals.  Provide on call coverage as assigned and assistance in BH programs across the Behavioral Health Department.  Provide crisis intervention services provided within normal clinic hours; on call as needed for after-hours mental health emergencies throughout BH department. Clinicians who are not yet licensed will receive clinical supervision that meets the requirements stated under the specific license that one is becoming licensed in with documentation of the supervision kept on each person. Clinicians not licensed will provide structured chemical dependency and mental health services with a focus in supervision on providing the appropriate delivery of twelve core functions:  Screening, intake, orientation, assessment, treatment planning, therapy, case management, crisis intervention, client education, referral, reports and records keeping, and consultation. Maintain complete and accurate records (paper and electronic), case notes, statistics, etc., as required by laws, regulations, agency or institution procedures. This is includes federal, state and regulations specific to multiply insurance companies along with the National Accreditation of the Behavioral Health department. As licensed individuals it is each person’s responsibly as outlined in each license to know the regulations of the state for which they are working.  Complete screening, assessments, treatment plans and all other documentation per program standards specifically as this relates to Alaska Medicaid, The Joint Commission, and Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) requirements. Provide required reports and documentation to the client chart on a timely basis as required by Medicaid, The Joint Commission, and CARF. Participate and provide assistance in maintaining all state, federal, and industry accreditation laws and standards; as well as SEARHC policies and procedures. Maintain appropriate records in confidential manner according to program policy. Document the provision of services in charting that meets all requirements for state and national accreditation standards within the applications of practice.  Prepare and review treatment and discharge summaries. Coordinate with other corporate and community social service resources on both programmatic and case work basis to assure appropriate services are utilized for optimum client care. Participate in multi-disciplinary team meetings, assist in developing and monitoring treatment plans, and consult with other professional staff regularly as needed. Provides scheduled staff trainings/meetings and help staff integrate new information/practices into delivery of treatment services. Incorporate SEARHC Quality Management concepts and skills into delivery of client services. Assist and complete all billing duties assigned by lead program clinical personnel. Complete all required provider enrollment documentation as requested timely. Qualifications: Education Masters Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related discipline from an accredited educational institution. Must be licensed as or in the process of becoming a: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT). Clinician who has their master’s degree and is in the process of becoming licensed. If the clinician is a new graduate and just starting their clinical supervision hours they will have 2 years and 6 months from date of hire to become licensed.  If at the time of hire the clinician has begun their clinical supervision they must become licensed within 6 months of completing the rest of their clinical supervision hours. License and Certification Meets the educational requirements for licensure in Alaska as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist at time of hire. Applicant may need to accrue supervised clinical hours and/or take the exam for licensure. Once licensure is obtained it is a requirement to keep it current for the duration of employment. Valid State of Alaska Driver’s License or can be obtained within 6 months of hire. Alaska State Chemical Dependency Counselor I or MAC certificate or equivalent preferred. Other Must be 21 years of age. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: Modern methods, techniques and procedures used in marriage, family and child counseling for both mental health and substance using clients. Psychological theory. Interviewing techniques; crisis intervention techniques. Ethical and legal management practices; patients legal rights. Documentation regulations specific to State Medicaid regulations, The Joint Commission, and CARF Accreditation requirements. Special education laws pertaining to emotionally disturbed children. Skill and Ability to: Perform case management; use tact, discretion, initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines. Observe and record psychiatric behavior and substance using behavior; conduct screening, assessments, treatment planning and document in progress notes. Analyze, evaluate and diagnose situations and adopt effective courses of action. Write clear/concise reports and chart notes in accordance with professional standards, state regulations and department protocol. Collect information about clients through interviews, observation, or tests. Encourage clients to express their feelings and discuss what is happening in their lives, helping them to develop insight into themselves or their relationships. Guide clients in the development of skills or strategies for dealing with their problems. Maintain confidentiality of records relating to clients' treatment. Modify treatment activities or approaches as needed to comply with changes in clients' status. Fill out and maintain client-related paperwork, including federal- and state-mandated forms, client diagnostic records, and progress notes. Counsel clients or patients, individually or in group sessions, to assist in overcoming dependencies, adjusting to life, or making changes. Assess patients for risk of suicide attempts. Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports. Learn about new developments in counseling by reading professional literature, attending courses and seminars, or establishing and maintaining contact with other social service agencies. Evaluate clients' physical or mental condition, based on review of client information. Act as client advocates to coordinate required services or to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations. Collaborate with other staff members to perform clinical assessments or develop treatment plans. Develop and implement treatment plans based on clinical experience and knowledge. Discuss with individual patients their plans for life after leaving therapy. 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SEARHC Wrangell, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
This position provides a variety of treatment services including individual, group, family, and marital therapy to any and all clients from birth to elder. This position also provides clinical services such as intake/diagnostic evaluations, case evaluations, and crisis intervention; as well as acts as a liaison with other agencies as required. This position is a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team and provides regular clinical supervision, ensures proper maintenance of clinical records in accordance with insurance regulations and established SEARHC policies and procedures. A clinician ensures that clinical productivity standards as established and followed. This position is available for after-hours telephone contact for clients in crisis when needed and as assigned; in addition to providing clinical support in person or by phone as needed at any SEARHC location within the Behavioral Health Division.   There is no specific responsibility to managing an operating budget.  As a clinician the financial responsibilities lie in documenting all services as outlined first and foremost in the code of ethics of the profession. Clinicians maintain records necessary for rendering professional services to their clients and as required by laws, regulations, or agency or institution procedures. Clinicians include sufficient and timely documentation in their client records to facilitate the delivery and continuity of needed services. Clinicians take reasonable steps to ensure that documentation in records accurately reflects client progress and services provided. If errors are made in client records, clinicians take steps to properly note the correction of such errors according to agency or institutional policies, proper documentation is a requirement to ensure that SEARHC is able to bill accurately for services provided to client in accordance with state, federal, and insurance rules, laws and regulations.   This position is a covered position in accordance with the Indian Child Protection Act (ICPA). Responsibilities: Provide screening, assessment, diagnoses, treatment planning, direct therapy and continuing care to individual clients, and/or conduct family therapy with clients ranging from birth to elderly and their families including children and significant others. Facilitate or co-facilitate groups as needed. Provide care coordination, client advocacy, and skill development as needed. Provide discharge planning.  Overall provide clinically related chemical dependence and mental health services as needed based on results of individual assessments.  Communicate and collaborate with clinical and paraprofessional team to achieve program treatment goals.  Provide on call coverage as assigned and assistance in BH programs across the Behavioral Health Department.  Provide crisis intervention services provided within normal clinic hours; on call as needed for after-hours mental health emergencies throughout BH department. Clinicians who are not yet licensed will receive clinical supervision that meets the requirements stated under the specific license that one is becoming licensed in with documentation of the supervision kept on each person. Clinicians not licensed will provide structured chemical dependency and mental health services with a focus in supervision on providing the appropriate delivery of twelve core functions:  Screening, intake, orientation, assessment, treatment planning, therapy, case management, crisis intervention, client education, referral, reports and records keeping, and consultation. Maintain complete and accurate records (paper and electronic), case notes, statistics, etc., as required by laws, regulations, agency or institution procedures. This is includes federal, state and regulations specific to multiply insurance companies along with the National Accreditation of the Behavioral Health department. As licensed individuals it is each person’s responsibly as outlined in each license to know the regulations of the state for which they are working.  Complete screening, assessments, treatment plans and all other documentation per program standards specifically as this relates to Alaska Medicaid, The Joint Commission, and Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) requirements. Provide required reports and documentation to the client chart on a timely basis as required by Medicaid, The Joint Commission, and CARF. Participate and provide assistance in maintaining all state, federal, and industry accreditation laws and standards; as well as SEARHC policies and procedures. Maintain appropriate records in confidential manner according to program policy. Document the provision of services in charting that meets all requirements for state and national accreditation standards within the applications of practice.  Prepare and review treatment and discharge summaries. Coordinate with other corporate and community social service resources on both programmatic and case work basis to assure appropriate services are utilized for optimum client care. Participate in multi-disciplinary team meetings, assist in developing and monitoring treatment plans, and consult with other professional staff regularly as needed. Provides scheduled staff trainings/meetings and help staff integrate new information/practices into delivery of treatment services. Incorporate SEARHC Quality Management concepts and skills into delivery of client services. Assist and complete all billing duties assigned by lead program clinical personnel. Complete all required provider enrollment documentation as requested timely. Qualifications: Education Masters Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or related discipline from an accredited educational institution. Must be licensed as or in the process of becoming a: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT). Clinician who has their master’s degree and is in the process of becoming licensed. If the clinician is a new graduate and just starting their clinical supervision hours they will have 2 years and 6 months from date of hire to become licensed.  If at the time of hire the clinician has begun their clinical supervision they must become licensed within 6 months of completing the rest of their clinical supervision hours. License and Certification Meets the educational requirements for licensure in Alaska as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist at time of hire. Applicant may need to accrue supervised clinical hours and/or take the exam for licensure. Once licensure is obtained it is a requirement to keep it current for the duration of employment. Valid State of Alaska Driver’s License or can be obtained within 6 months of hire. Alaska State Chemical Dependency Counselor I or MAC certificate or equivalent preferred. Other Must be 21 years of age. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: Modern methods, techniques and procedures used in marriage, family and child counseling for both mental health and substance using clients. Psychological theory. Interviewing techniques; crisis intervention techniques. Ethical and legal management practices; patients legal rights. Documentation regulations specific to State Medicaid regulations, The Joint Commission, and CARF Accreditation requirements. Special education laws pertaining to emotionally disturbed children. Skill and Ability to: Perform case management; use tact, discretion, initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines. Observe and record psychiatric behavior and substance using behavior; conduct screening, assessments, treatment planning and document in progress notes. Analyze, evaluate and diagnose situations and adopt effective courses of action. Write clear/concise reports and chart notes in accordance with professional standards, state regulations and department protocol. Collect information about clients through interviews, observation, or tests. Encourage clients to express their feelings and discuss what is happening in their lives, helping them to develop insight into themselves or their relationships. Guide clients in the development of skills or strategies for dealing with their problems. Maintain confidentiality of records relating to clients' treatment. Modify treatment activities or approaches as needed to comply with changes in clients' status. Fill out and maintain client-related paperwork, including federal- and state-mandated forms, client diagnostic records, and progress notes. Counsel clients or patients, individually or in group sessions, to assist in overcoming dependencies, adjusting to life, or making changes. Assess patients for risk of suicide attempts. Prepare and maintain all required treatment records and reports. Learn about new developments in counseling by reading professional literature, attending courses and seminars, or establishing and maintaining contact with other social service agencies. Evaluate clients' physical or mental condition, based on review of client information. Act as client advocates to coordinate required services or to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations. Collaborate with other staff members to perform clinical assessments or develop treatment plans. Develop and implement treatment plans based on clinical experience and knowledge. Discuss with individual patients their plans for life after leaving therapy. 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SEARHC Wrangell, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
To provide basic nursing care in Acute Care/Long Term Care to non-acute and/or acutely ill patients/residents while maintaining a safe and clean environment.   Must have the ability to react in a calm functional manner and make sound judgments within scope of duties when taking care of ill patients/residents and in the event of emergencies. Job requires lifting of patients/residents who are non-ambulatory on a regular interval.  Mentally requires a caring attitude in dealing with both acute and non-acute patients/residents and families on a steady basis.  Job pace is rapid and there is constant pressure on the job to complete nursing assignments and answer patient call lights. Maintain accountability for all actions taken. Accept delegation from supervising LN.  This position is covered under the Indian Child Protection Act. Responsibilities: Promotes the SEARHC Seven Standards of Excellence. Obtains nursing data through interviewing and observing patients/residents under a LN’s (Licensed Nurse) direction and review; documents observation findings that are consistent with other providers under a LN’s supervision; provides general nursing care for the adult, and geriatric population, which may include but not limited to: bed bath, oral hygiene, combing hair, back care, dressing patients, application of appliances for heat and cold; application of anti-embolism stockings or SCD’s; monitors and records temperature, pulse, respiration, weight, height, blood pressure, pulse oximetry and intake-output measurements; collects and transports specimens to correct departments; able to distinguish between normal and abnormal findings as identified in the patient care plan or data collection tools and reports abnormal findings to the LN and records findings as appropriate; reports (and when appropriate, records) any changes observed in condition or behavior of patients/residents and unusual incidents. Performs other tasks and duties as specific to unit specialty. Provides bed side care, which may include: positioning patients/residents, lifting and turning patients/residents, assisting in use of bedpan, urinal or commode; answers call lights; makes rounds to assigned patients/residents; ambulates patients/residents, transporting to and from various departments as required; assist patients/residents with meals or feeds patients/residents; aids in handling and the care of patients'/residents’ belongings (including dentures, glasses, contact lenses, hearing aids, prosthetic devices, etc.) throughout their stay; changing bed linen; cleaning over bed table and bedside stand, straightening room and other general care as needed. Assist LN with readying a patient/resident for medivac transport from the department, which may include but not limited to: making phone calls, copying papers and chart, and providing direct patient care. Provide 1:1 care/sitting for patients/residents when indicated for patient/resident safety. Maintains a safe and clean environment by: preparing nursing areas and/or patient/resident rooms and beds for receiving patient/resident admissions, transfers, emergencies or discharges; assists in cleaning utility rooms, cleaning equipment and preparing for disinfection or sterilization; reports equipment that is out of order, reporting other problems to nurse manager or charge nurse; appropriately handles clean and dirty linen and stores supplies on the service area and other duties as assigned. Perform supply duties on a daily basis-- distributing and ordering supplies to maintain adequate stock levels in assigned units. Floats as needed to other departments in the hospital under nurse manager, charge nurse, or staff LN’s discretion. Dispose of all solid waste and infectious waste according to organizational policies and procedures. Replenish supplies in patient/resident rooms and bathrooms as needed. Perform other duties as assigned by nurse manager, charge nurse, or staff nurse in a responsible, respectful, caring manner to promote the most effective nursing staff relationships. Other duties as assigned. Participates in in-services and educational programs in the department, hospital, and/or community as assigned; completes all mandatory training; completes annual competencies, evaluation material, maintains certifications and licensure; participates in patient/resident care conferences with nurse agreement as applicable; attends and participates in at least 75% of staff meetings. Qualifications: Education High school diploma or equivalent Experience 1 year prior experience as a CNA preferred Certificates and License Certified Nursing Assistant certificate from an accredited program Current full, unrestricted CNA license in the state of Alaska Current BLS-must be obtained within 3 months of hire and prior to completion of clinical orientation; biannually thereafter Must take and pass courses as specific to unit needs (i.e. POC/waived testing, etc.) Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge: Must be able to follow instructions and demonstrate relevant scope of practice when caring for patients/residents by maintaining a safe environment with appropriate infection controls measures. Demonstrates the knowledge of correct equipment use. Demonstrates knowledge between normal and abnormal patient/resident findings as identified on the plan of care with a nurse’s agreement. Skills: Oral and written communication skills, can transcribe and retrieve nursing data accurately, and can verbally communicate findings with healthcare team. Competently maintains a clean work environment with proper infection control measure including equipment cleaning. Provides general nursing care with minimal direction under the supervision of a LN. Abilities: Ability to work cooperatively with others by establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships with patients, visitors, and other healthcare team members. Assures confidentiality of patient information at all times. Uses aggressive patient/resident management techniques to defuse any patient/visitor/peer volatile situations. Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Wrangell, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
To provide basic nursing care in Acute Care/Long Term Care to non-acute and/or acutely ill patients/residents while maintaining a safe and clean environment.   Must have the ability to react in a calm functional manner and make sound judgments within scope of duties when taking care of ill patients/residents and in the event of emergencies. Job requires lifting of patients/residents who are non-ambulatory on a regular interval.  Mentally requires a caring attitude in dealing with both acute and non-acute patients/residents and families on a steady basis.  Job pace is rapid and there is constant pressure on the job to complete nursing assignments and answer patient call lights. Maintain accountability for all actions taken. Accept delegation from supervising LN.  This position is covered under the Indian Child Protection Act. Responsibilities: Promotes the SEARHC Seven Standards of Excellence. Obtains nursing data through interviewing and observing patients/residents under a LN’s (Licensed Nurse) direction and review; documents observation findings that are consistent with other providers under a LN’s supervision; provides general nursing care for the adult, and geriatric population, which may include but not limited to: bed bath, oral hygiene, combing hair, back care, dressing patients, application of appliances for heat and cold; application of anti-embolism stockings or SCD’s; monitors and records temperature, pulse, respiration, weight, height, blood pressure, pulse oximetry and intake-output measurements; collects and transports specimens to correct departments; able to distinguish between normal and abnormal findings as identified in the patient care plan or data collection tools and reports abnormal findings to the LN and records findings as appropriate; reports (and when appropriate, records) any changes observed in condition or behavior of patients/residents and unusual incidents. Performs other tasks and duties as specific to unit specialty. Provides bed side care, which may include: positioning patients/residents, lifting and turning patients/residents, assisting in use of bedpan, urinal or commode; answers call lights; makes rounds to assigned patients/residents; ambulates patients/residents, transporting to and from various departments as required; assist patients/residents with meals or feeds patients/residents; aids in handling and the care of patients'/residents’ belongings (including dentures, glasses, contact lenses, hearing aids, prosthetic devices, etc.) throughout their stay; changing bed linen; cleaning over bed table and bedside stand, straightening room and other general care as needed. Assist LN with readying a patient/resident for medivac transport from the department, which may include but not limited to: making phone calls, copying papers and chart, and providing direct patient care. Provide 1:1 care/sitting for patients/residents when indicated for patient/resident safety. Maintains a safe and clean environment by: preparing nursing areas and/or patient/resident rooms and beds for receiving patient/resident admissions, transfers, emergencies or discharges; assists in cleaning utility rooms, cleaning equipment and preparing for disinfection or sterilization; reports equipment that is out of order, reporting other problems to nurse manager or charge nurse; appropriately handles clean and dirty linen and stores supplies on the service area and other duties as assigned. Perform supply duties on a daily basis-- distributing and ordering supplies to maintain adequate stock levels in assigned units. Floats as needed to other departments in the hospital under nurse manager, charge nurse, or staff LN’s discretion. Dispose of all solid waste and infectious waste according to organizational policies and procedures. Replenish supplies in patient/resident rooms and bathrooms as needed. Perform other duties as assigned by nurse manager, charge nurse, or staff nurse in a responsible, respectful, caring manner to promote the most effective nursing staff relationships. Other duties as assigned. Participates in in-services and educational programs in the department, hospital, and/or community as assigned; completes all mandatory training; completes annual competencies, evaluation material, maintains certifications and licensure; participates in patient/resident care conferences with nurse agreement as applicable; attends and participates in at least 75% of staff meetings. Qualifications: Education High school diploma or equivalent Experience 1 year prior experience as a CNA preferred Certificates and License Certified Nursing Assistant certificate from an accredited program Current full, unrestricted CNA license in the state of Alaska Current BLS-must be obtained within 3 months of hire and prior to completion of clinical orientation; biannually thereafter Must take and pass courses as specific to unit needs (i.e. POC/waived testing, etc.) Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge: Must be able to follow instructions and demonstrate relevant scope of practice when caring for patients/residents by maintaining a safe environment with appropriate infection controls measures. Demonstrates the knowledge of correct equipment use. Demonstrates knowledge between normal and abnormal patient/resident findings as identified on the plan of care with a nurse’s agreement. Skills: Oral and written communication skills, can transcribe and retrieve nursing data accurately, and can verbally communicate findings with healthcare team. Competently maintains a clean work environment with proper infection control measure including equipment cleaning. Provides general nursing care with minimal direction under the supervision of a LN. Abilities: Ability to work cooperatively with others by establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships with patients, visitors, and other healthcare team members. Assures confidentiality of patient information at all times. Uses aggressive patient/resident management techniques to defuse any patient/visitor/peer volatile situations. Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Wrangell, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
Under the supervision of a Registered Nurse, the Student Nursing Assistant will provide general nursing care in Acute Care/Long Term Care to non-acute and/or acutely ill patients/residents while maintaining a safe and clean environment.   Must have the ability to react in a calm functional manner and make sound judgments within scope of duties when taking care of ill patients/residents and in the event of emergencies. Job requires the use of a Hoyer lift patients/residents who are non-ambulatory on a regular basis.  Mentally requires a caring attitude in dealing with both acute and non-acute patients/residents and families on a routine basis.  Job pace is rapid and there is constant pressure on the job to complete staffing assignments and answer patient/resident call lights. Maintain accountability for all actions taken. Accept delegation from supervising Registered Nurse.  This position is covered under the Indian Child Protection Act. Responsibilities: Actively participating in SEARHC’s Student Nursing Assistant program, while maintaining satisfactory grades and good attendance, which are outlined in the program syllabus. Promotes the SEARHC Seven Standards of Excellence. Provides nursing care for the adult, and geriatric population, which may include: Performs bed baths, oral hygiene, hair care, back care, dressing patients/residents, application of treatments for heat and cold; application of anti-embolism stockings. Obtains and records temperature, pulse, respiration, weight, height, blood pressure, pulse oximetry and intake-output measurements in the electronic health record (EHR). Collects and transports specimens to correct departments. Reports any abnormal vital signs and/or changes observed in condition or behavior of patients/residents and unusual incidents. Performs other duties as specific to unit specialty. Provides bed side care, which may include: Repositions patients/residents, lifting and turning patients/residents, assisting in use of bedpan, urinal, commode, or emptying of Foley catheter; answers call lights; makes rounds to assigned patients/residents. Ambulates patients/residents, transporting to and from various departments as required. Assists patients/residents with meals or feeds patients/residents. Assists patients/residents in the care of personal belongings, which may include: dentures, glasses, contact lenses, hearing aids, prosthetic devices, etc. Changes bed linen; cleans over bed table and bedside stand, straightens room and other general care as needed. Assists Registered Nurse with readying a patient/resident for medivac transport from the department, which may include but is not limited to: making phone calls, copying papers and chart, and providing direct patient care. Maintains a safe and clean environment by: Prepares nursing areas and/or patient/resident rooms and beds for receiving patient/resident admissions, transfers, emergencies or discharges. Assists in and cleans utility rooms, cleans and prepares equipment for disinfection or sterilization; Reports equipment that is out of order, reports other problems to Registered Nurse. Handles clean and dirty linen and stores supplies in the service area as appropriately instructed. Floats as needed to other departments in the hospital under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. Disposes of all solid and infectious waste according to organizational policies and procedures. Replenishes supplies in patient/resident rooms and bathrooms as needed. Performs other duties as assigned by Registered Nurse.   Qualifications: Education High school diploma or equivalent Experience No experience required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge: Must be able to follow instructions and demonstrate relevant scope of practice when caring for patients/residents by maintaining a safe environment with appropriate infection controls practices. Demonstrates the knowledge of proper equipment use. Demonstrates knowledge between normal and abnormal patient/resident findings and communicates them appropriately to the nurse on duty. Skills: Oral and written communication skills. Competently maintains a clean work environment with proper infection control practices including equipment cleaning. Provides general nursing care under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. Abilities: Ability to work cooperatively with others by establishing and maintaining interpersonal relationships with patients, residents, visitors, and other healthcare team members. Assures confidentiality of patient/resident information at all times. Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com
SEARHC Wrangell, AK, USA
Feb 10, 2020
The Patient Access Representative I greets patients and family members in a professional and courteous manner. Obtains and verifies demographic, financial, and insurance information during the registration process, accepts point of service payments or provides guidance for payment options, and clears the patient for service delivery. Responsibilities: Knows, understands, incorporates, and demonstrates the Mission, Core Values, and Vision in behaviors, practices, policies, and decisions. Maintains collaborative, team relationships with peers and colleagues to contribute to the working group’s achievement of goals effectively, and to help foster a positive work environment. Protects confidentiality/privacy in verbal, written, and electronic forms of communication or information sharing. Raises concerns in appropriate manner and according to policy. Ensures that all demographic and insurance information is communicated and properly enter into the electronic health record to provide prompt and accurate billing. Collect and record patient identification into the Electronic Health Record including driver’s license, social security card, or passport. Responsible for coordination of benefits when more than one insurance carrier is presented. Performs insurance eligibility/benefit verification, utilizing payer web access or calling payers directly. Documents information within the patient accounting system through insurance eligibility/benefit verification. Appropriately distributes registration paperwork to patients including Patient Information Form, Notice of Privacy Practices and Authorization for Treatment and Promise to Pay (Assignment of Benefits) and records into forms in the Electronic Health Record according to departmental procedures. Receives point of service payments at check-in before services are rendered. Refers all patients without insurance coverage or questions to a Financial Counselor for resolution. Provides primary receptionist services including receiving and directing incoming calls and provide assistance /information to callers. Provides helpful assistance in anticipating and responding to the needs of our customers (i.e., escorting, directing, and answering questions). Takes written messages that are clear and concise. Demonstrates exceptional phone etiquette. Functions as the point of contact in identifying complex systemic issues and either resolving or escalating to management for resolution. Update patient’s demographic information including CHS & Direct status for newborns and beneficiaries returning or new to Alaska. Completes assigned worklist related to patient demographic, insurance, medical information. Accepts medical authorization or referral forms, if appropriate. Follows up with direct admit patients where all registration information was not obtained at admission, if appropriate. Scan medical records and process Release of Information, if appropriate. Schedule appointments for patients who present in person or call the clinic. Receives and prioritizes calls, faxes, and requests from patients. Routes information to the appropriate recipient in a timely manner. Other duties as required and assigned by the supervisor. Qualifications: Education: High School Diploma or GED Experience: 3-6 Months as a PAR Trainee OR 1 year office experience, medical office exp. preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of: General office functions, office equipment, and computer applications Skills in: Working independently Good interpersonal, verbal, and written communication Ability to: Prioritize work and multi-task in a fast-paced office setting with many interruptions Self-start and willingness to learn Read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos Demonstrate time-management, organizational, and customer service skills Work flexible hours with limited unplanned absence       Apply for this job online Refer this job to a friend Share on your newsfeed Application FAQs Software Powered by iCIMS www.icims.com