Deprecated: Function eregi() is deprecated in /mnt/raid/webserver/virtual/forkshospital.org/modules/mod_rokajaxsearch/helper.php on line 112

Forks Community Hospital Career Opportunities

Area Info:

The Forks Community Hospital and Clinics serve the small town of Forks with 4,500 in population as well as the surrounding area. We are located on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula with some of the most amazing beaches like Rialto, LaPush and Kalaloch. This area is for someone or a family that loves the outdoors; hiking, camping, biking, kayaking and miles of quad trails. We may be rural but you won't find a better town to raise your family in. Forks takes pride in being one of those towns that closes up for the Friday night Football game and enjoys an "all out" fourth of July parade. Our community spirit is endless. If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity please contact 360-374-6271. No Locums or Agency calls please.

We are currently accepting applications for the following positions.

Applications are available online, on job boards, or in Human Resources

Full or Part Time Opportunities

POSITION

STATUS

QUALIFICATIONS

PAY RANGE

Per hour

Family Practice Physician

Full Time

Job Summary:

Provides routine primary health care for patients of all ages. Provider must possess knowledge of patient care modalities for infants, children, adults, pregnant women and geriatrics.

Required experience:

•Current Washington State Physician and Surgeon's License, : 3 years

DOE

Internal Medicine Physician

Full Time

Provide primary treatment for adult patients with preferred experience in one of these specialties:

•Dermatology

•Endocrinology

•Oncology

•Pulmonology

•Rheumatology

Required experience:

•Washington State Physician and Surgeons License and 3 years experience in rural medicine preferred. : 3 years

DOE

Physical Therapy Director

Full Time

Days

Administers and directs the examination, evaluation, determination of a physical therapy diagnosis, rehabilitation prognosis and procedural interventions utilized in physical medicine and rehabilitation of persons requiring Physical Therapy services following a medical screening and referral by a physician within the licensure requirements of the State of Washington. In addition to staff Physical Therapist duties and responsibilities, the Director of Physical

Rehabilitation Services oversees the general operations of the Physical Rehabilitation Services Department, directs and supervises licensed and non-licensed support personnel within their scope of practice, develops and implements new programs and services and promotes high standards of patient care and personnel performance.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of an accredited School of Physical Therapy or has certificate of successful completion from a recognized physical therapy program. One year supervisory experience, Master's Degree Preferred.

LICENSURE-

Holds current Washington State Physical Therapist License.

DOE

R.N.

LTC

Full Time

Days

Full Time-10 Hour Days Shifts

Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the nursing care of residents within the Long Term Care unit. Responsible for ensuring continuity of care of the residents between shifts by providing direct care as well as supervising the care given by CNAs, LPNs and other supportive staff members. Participates in resident and family teaching. Maintains role as resident advocate with a focus on resident’s maintaining their highest practicable level of functioning.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of A.S.N., Diploma or B.S.N. School of Nursing. Current Washington State Registered Nursing License. One Year Long Term Care experienced preferred.

Required experience:

•One year long term care experience preferred: 1 year

23.56 – 40.94

DOE

R.N.

LTC

Full Time

NOC

Full Time-10 hour Night Shifts

Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the nursing care of residents within the Long Term Care unit. Responsible for ensuring continuity of care of the residents between shifts by providing direct care as well as supervising the care given by CNAs, LPNs and other supportive staff members. Participates in resident and family teaching. Maintains role as resident advocate with a focus on resident’s maintaining their highest practicable level of functioning.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of A.S.N., Diploma or B.S.N. School of Nursing. Current Washington State Registered Nursing License. One Year Long Term Care experienced preferred.

Required experience:

•One year long term care experience preferred: 1 year

23.56 – 40.94

DOE

R.N.

ACUTE

Part Time

NOC

Part Time- Three 10 Hour Night Shifts

Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the nursing care of patients within the Acute Care, ER or OB Unit. Responsible for ensuring continuity of care of the patients between shifts by providing direct care as well as supervising the care given by CNAs, LPNs and other support staff members. Participates in patient and family teaching including discharge plans. Maintains role as patient advocate with a focus on patient achieving their highest level of recovery and wellness outcomes.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of A.S.N., Diploma or B.S.N. School of Nursing. Current Washington State Registered Nursing License.

23.56 - 27.06

DOE

R.N.

ACUTE

Part Time

Evenings

Part Time- Three 10 Hour Evening Shifts

Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the nursing care of patients within the Acute Care, ER or OB Unit. Responsible for ensuring continuity of care of the patients between shifts by providing direct care as well as supervising the care given by CNAs, LPNs and other support staff members. Participates in patient and family teaching including discharge plans. Maintains role as patient advocate with a focus on patient achieving their highest level of recovery and wellness outcomes.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of A.S.N., Diploma or B.S.N. School of Nursing. Current Washington State Registered Nursing License.

23.56 - 27.06

DOE

Supervisor Chemical Dependency

Full Time

Days

Qualified and appropriately credentialed chemical dependency and mental health professional to supervise and coordinate staff providing direct client services, coordination and development of program activities, as well as supervision of quality assurance.

QUALIFICATIONS: A two year degree in human services or related field from an accredited college or university. The course work shall include all WAC 246-811-030 academic requirements and course work. Current Certification from the State of Washington Dept. of Health as Chemical Dependency Professional per Chapter 18.205 RCW (WAC 246-811).

DOE

Executive Assistant- CCO

Full Time

Days

Full Time Exempt- 5 Day shifts

Performs and provides administrative support services such as: reception - receiving, ascertaining needs, problem solving and directing guests and callers. Designs and prepares documents, reports, spreadsheets and presentations for staff, board and regulatory surveyors. Schedules meetings and arranges travel for department leaders. Records meeting minutes, manages department records and completes special projects as requested. This position demonstrates professional communications, problem solving abilities, and resourcefulness supporting the CCO (Chief Clinical Officer), Nursing and Ancillary Departments.

QUALIFICATIONS: Education – High School Graduate or GED required. Two years secretarial experience in an administrative support role required.

Skills/Abilities – Detail and multitask oriented. Must be able to type at least 45 WPM, experience with office equipment including computers, telephones, and copier. Knowledge and experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and Publisher. A.A. Degree preferred with emphasis in Business Administration. Experience

DOE

Mental Health Specialist

Full Time

Days

This position is specifically for a Child Mental Health Specialist (credentialed in WA) and will have a caseload of at least 85% children and youth. The MHS provides multifaceted mental health services within his/her credentialed areas of expertise. This may encompass emergency services, information and referral, individual, group and family psychotherapy, consumer support services, community education and consultation services. MHS may qualify by meeting the requirements of WAC 388-865-0150 for any of the additional specialties: children, elderly, developmental disabilities, minorities, hearing impaired, or emergency services. These are salaried professional level positions.

QUALIFICATIONS: Education- Master’s Degree in behavioral science, social work, nursing sciences or related field from an accredited college or university, or otherwise meeting the requirements of “Mental Health Specialist” under WAC. 388-865-0150.

DOE

Registrar/ Ward Clerk

Full Time

NOC

Acts as point of contact for incoming patients and visitors. Handles all incoming communications, monitors emergency call lights to completion, handles cash receipts, and originates, completes and distributes initial patient records. Under the supervision of Nursing Administration or Charge Nurse, clerk will assist in planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating the activities occurring at the Acute Nurses Station by performing various clerical duties, receptionist duties and maintaining the physical environment of the area.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Admitting: Registers ER patients in a timely and accurate manner. Ward Clerk: Performs multiple clerical functions for physicians and nurses on the Acute Care floor, which includes inpatients, swing bed, observation patients, out patients, OB patients and nursing patients.

QUALIFICATIONS: Education- High school graduate or GED. Business college preferred.

12.02 - 13.80

DOE

C.N.A./ N.A.C.

ACUTE

Part Time

NOC/ Evenings

The Nursing Assistant Certified functions under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse; is responsible for performing identified direct and indirect care to patients. These examples do not include all possible functions nor do they limit the assignment of related tasks. The selection of functions of specific tasks to be performed depends upon the realistic appraisal by the Registered Nurse of the elements within the situation.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from a Certified Nursing Assistant Program. CPR Card.

11.17-12.82

DOE

Staffing Services Manager

Full Time

The Staffing Services manager is responsible for managing the work schedules, productivity and labor costs for the nursing and ancillary departments of the district.

QUALIFICATIONS: Education: High School Diploma Required. A.A. or B.S. Degree in Business preferred. Training and Experience: Minimum 2 years staff scheduling experience or administrative assistant experience preferably in a staffing agency or nursing department. Intermediate level excel proficiency and supervisory experience preferred.

DOE

Director, Social Services

Full Time

The Social Services Director is responsible for directing the Social Services Program in the Long Term Care Unit and Acute Care. He/she is responsible for integrating the Social Services Program with other health care programs, for system management and implementation of discharge planning activities.

QUALIFICATIONS: Education- Bachelor of Social Work or related field from an accredited School Required. State of Washington Registration to practice Social Work. Eligibility for Mid-Level Practitioner status preferred.

DOE

R.N.

OR

Full Time

Days

Full Time- Five 8 Hour Shifts

Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the nursing care of patients within the Operating Room. Responsible for ensuring continuity of care of the patients between shifts by providing direct care. Participates in patient and family teaching including recovery and discharge plans. Maintains role as patient advocate with a focus on patient achieving their highest level of recovery and wellness outcomes.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of A.S.N., Diploma or B.S.N. School of Nursing. Current Washington State Registered Nursing License. At least one year of OR Experience preferred.

23.56 - 27.06

DOE

Executive Assistant-

CEO

Full Time

Days

Full Time Exempt- 5 Day shifts

Performs and provides administrative support services such as: receiving, ascertaining needs and directing guests and callers; clerical functions or word processing, scheduling meetings and travel arrangements, recording meeting minutes, filing, processing mail; conducts special assignments as requested. Demonstrates professional image in representing Administration and Forks Community Hospital. Supports the mission and philosophies of Forks Community Hospital. Is the primary support person for Administration and the Board of Commissioners; works closely with Medical Staff, department heads/supervisors and the public.

QUALIFICATIONS: Education – High School Graduate or GED. Business courses/training preferred. Experience – Two years secretarial experience in an administrative support role or experience as a medical staff secretary/coordinator.

Skills/Abilities – Detail and multitask oriented. Must be able to type at least 45 WPM, experience with office equipment including computers, telephones, and copier. Knowledge and experience with data base system, Microsoft Word, Excel, and Publisher.

DOE

Med Tech

Full Time

 

Days

The Medical technologist performs duties such as chemical, microscopic, serologic, hematological, immunohematologic, EKG’s and bacteriologic tests to provide data for the health care provider for the purpose of diagnosing, treatment, monitoring and prevention of disease. Receives specimens for laboratory tests or obtains such body materials as urine, blood, feces, pus and tissue directly from the patient. Makes quantitative and qualitative chemical analyses. Cultivates, isolates and identifies pathogenic bacteria and other microorganisms. Performs blood tests for transfusion. Records and distributes test results and maintains laboratory supplies and equipment as necessary.

QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology or

Bachelor of Science in a chemical or biological science from a 4 year accredited college or university

DOE

Administrator Long Term Care

Full Time

The Administrator of Long Term Care/Director of Nursing is a Registered Nurse with the responsibility for providing safe, effective and appropriate patient care through efficient human and fiscal resource management, consistent with the mission, goals and objectives if the Hospital District. He/she has a 24 hour responsibility for planning, organizing, implementing and evaluating the care of residents to ensure compliance with all Hospital policies, State and Federal regulations for Long Term Care.

QUALIFICATIONS: B.S.N. Required. Licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Washington. MSN Preferred.

DOE

Per Diem Opportunities

(Receive Differential in Lieu of Benefits)

POSITION

STATUS

QUALIFICATIONS

PAY RANGE

Per hour

C.N.A./ N.A.C.

LTC

Per Diem

Provides direct and indirect patient or resident care activities under the direction of RN or LPN for our Long Term Care Unit. Assists residents with activities of daily living, provides for personal care, comfort and assists in the maintenance of a safe and clean environment for assigned group of residents. Graduate of Certified Nursing Assistant Program, Washington State License for Certified Nursing Assistant One year long term care experience preferred and/or educational preparation in needs of the disabled or elderly. Current CPR card.

Required experience:

•One year long term care preferred but not required : 1 year

11.17-12.82

DOE

+ 10% in Lieu of Benefits

R.N.

LTC

Per Diem

Per Diem - 10 Hour Shifts- Various Days including holidays and weekends.

Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the nursing care of residents within the Long Term Care unit. Responsible for ensuring continuity of care of the residents between shifts by providing direct care as well as supervising the care given by CNAs, LPNs and other supportive staff members. Participates in resident and family teaching. Maintains role as resident advocate with a focus on resident’s maintaining their highest practicable level of functioning.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of A.S.N., Diploma or B.S.N. School of Nursing. Current Washington State Registered Nursing License. One Year Long Term Care experienced preferred.

Required experience:

•One year experience in Long Term Care : 1 year

23.56 – 40.94

DOE

+ 15% in Lieu of Benefits

R.N.

ACUTE

Per Diem

Per Diem- 10 Hour Shifts, Various Days including holidays and weekends

Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the nursing care of patients within the Acute Care, ER or OB Unit. Responsible for ensuring continuity of care of the patients between shifts by providing direct care as well as supervising the care given by CNAs, LPNs and other support staff members. Participates in patient and family teaching including discharge plans. Maintains role as patient advocate with a focus on patient achieving their highest level of recovery and wellness outcomes.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of A.S.N., Diploma or B.S.N. School of Nursing. Current Washington State Registered Nursing License.

Required experience:

•One year experience required : 1 year

23.56 – 40.94

DOE

+ 15% in Lieu of Benefits

R.N.

ACUTE/ LTC

Per Diem

Per Diem- 10 Hour Shifts, Various Days including holidays and weekends

Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the nursing care of patients within the Acute Care, ER or OB Unit. Responsible for ensuring continuity of care of the patients between shifts by providing direct care as well as supervising the care given by CNAs, LPNs and other support staff members. Participates in patient and family teaching including discharge plans. Maintains role as patient advocate with a focus on patient achieving their highest level of recovery and wellness outcomes.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of A.S.N., Diploma or B.S.N. School of Nursing. Current Washington State Registered Nursing License.

Required experience:

•One year experience required : 1 year

23.56 – 40.94

DOE

+ 15% in Lieu of Benefits

R.N.

ACUTE/ LTC

Per Diem

Per Diem- 10 Hour Shifts, Various Days including holidays and weekends

Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates the nursing care of patients within the Acute Care, ER or OB Unit. Responsible for ensuring continuity of care of the patients between shifts by providing direct care as well as supervising the care given by CNAs, LPNs and other support staff members. Participates in patient and family teaching including discharge plans. Maintains role as patient advocate with a focus on patient achieving their highest level of recovery and wellness outcomes.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate of A.S.N., Diploma or B.S.N. School of Nursing. Current Washington State Registered Nursing License.

Required experience:

•One year experience required : 1 year

23.56 – 40.94

DOE

+ 15% in Lieu of Benefits

C.N.A./ N.A.C.

ACUTE

Per Diem

The Nursing Assistant Certified functions under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse; is responsible for performing identified direct and indirect care to patients. These examples do not include all possible functions nor do they limit the assignment of related tasks. The selection of functions of specific tasks to be performed depends upon the realistic appraisal by the Registered Nurse of the elements within the situation.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from a Certified Nursing Assistant Program. CPR Card.

11.17-12.82

DOE

+ 10% in Lieu of Benefits

 
© 2009 Clallam County Hospital District # 1 All Rights Reserved. :: Design & Implementation by Computech Systems :: http://www.ctslive.net/