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Forks Community Hospital Career Opportunities

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

DEPT

HIRING MANAGER

QUALIFICATIONS

PAY RANGE

Per hour

DATE

OPEN

DATE

CLOSE

CFO

(Chief Financial Officer)

Full Time

David Selman, CEO

Responsible for administrative leadership and supervision of designated internal functions of the organization. Directs departments and financial functions connected with the overall operation of the health system. Primary objectives include efficient staffing and operation, fiscal performance, and ensuring support and implementation consistent with the organization’s mission, values and strategic plan. Also responsible for the direct support of the Administrator/Chief Executive Officer and administrative duties and responsibilities in the CEO’s absence.

DEPARTMENT/TEAM MISSION:

The Office of Administration is responsible for providing leadership and value to the various partners including, but not limited to, Board of Commissioners (BOC), providers, community, patients, managers and staff. The Office of Administration will be responsible for implementing the mission, vision and values with oversight by the BOC.

DOE

12/01/14

Until Filled

Human Resources Director

Full Time

David Selman, CEO

Responsible for the development, implementation and administration of human resources programs,

policies, practices and procedures that support FCH strategic goals and objectives. Directs and performs human resources management functions including employment, compensation, benefits, employee relations, labor relations, organization development, training and development, and risk management in the areas of safety, workers’ compensation and unemployment insurance. Represents FCH in community, industry and professional interfaces. Provides visionary human resources leadership for FCH and establishes human resources practices and procedures with moderate to high degrees of complexity. Contacts are normally made with others both inside and outside of FCH, including the Board of Commissioners, management and employees, employment applicants, members of related professional associations, governmental representatives and service and product providers such as insurance carriers or brokers, consultants and business product vendors. Dealings with contacts whether in person, by phone or in writing require a high degree of professionalism, courtesy, business acumen and confidentiality.

DOE

12/01/14

Until Filled

(2) C.N.A.

Part Time

Variable

Karen Keller

Director,

Long Term Care

Provides direct and indirect resident care activities under the direction of RN or LPN. 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 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.

11.17-12.82

DOE

6/3/14

Until Filled

C.N.A.

Full Time

Days

Karen Keller

Director,

Long Term Care

Provides direct and indirect resident care activities under the direction of RN or LPN. 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 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.

11.17-12.82

DOE

12/1/14

Until Filled

COTA (Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant)

Full Time

Doug Beattie, Physical Therapy Director

COTA works with an Occupational Therapist (OT) to treat patients who have difficulty performing work and daily living activities due to illnesses, injuries and disabilities. They help clients perform exercises as specified in a treatment plan and teach them how to use equipment that may make certain activities easier. A COTA works under an OT’s supervision and will work in both inpatient and out-patient settings.

Education: Associate degree from an Occupational Therapy Assistant Program that is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) and hold an active WA State License as a COTA.

DOE

10/1/14

Until Filled

Occupational Therapist

Full Time

Doug Beattie, Physical Therapy Director

Administers and directs the administration of physical agents utilized in physical medicine and rehabilitation as prescribed by a referring physician within the licensure requirements of an Occupational Therapist practicing in the State of Washington. QUALIFICATIONS:

Education - Graduate of an accredited School of Occupational Therapy or has certificate of successful completion from a recognized occupational therapy program.

Licensure - Holds current Washington State Physical Therapy License.

Certification - Certification for use of physical/mechanical modalities (i.e., ultrasound, e-stim, whirlpool, etc.) desired.

Training and Experience: Familiar with all facets of Occupational Therapy, as practiced at Hospital. Skilled in interpersonal communication and ability to relate well to the patients, the public and hospital employees at all levels. One (1) year clinical experience to perform services at off-site facility.

DOE

12/16/14

Until Filled

Case Manager

Full Time

Pamela Brown, WEOS Director

The case manager is an hourly employee responsible for providing support services to priority mental health clients, including the chronically mentally ill, seriously disturbed and acutely mentally ill. The Case Manager may also provide some support services to alcoholism and/or drug clients, as assigned. The Case Manager is under the supervision of the agency Director with clinical supervision provided by the Coordinator, of unit assigned by Outreach Director and/or Staff Psychiatrist.

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree in social science, social work or related area preferred. Other specialized training may be substituted.

15.83-17.20

DOE

10/29/14

Until Filled

WEOS Reception/ Admit.

Full Time

Pamela Brown, WEOS Director

The Outreach Services Receptionist/Admitting Clerk performs clerical activities in support of mental health, alcohol and drug abuse counseling programs. As initial contact person, the Receptionist is responsible coordination of all incoming consumers and communications to the agency. The Receptionist performs a variety of clerical activities which include typing, filing, and receiving payment under direction of the Administrative Program Coordinator. QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: High School graduate or equivalency (GED). Training and Experience: Business course and/or previous office experience desirable. Knowledge of general office practices and procedures including word processing, business English, spelling, grammar, punctuation, arithmetic, typing and filing. Essential Job Functions: May require coverage of some evening hours and flexibility in scheduling hours of work. Must be able to work with interruption and under stress.

11.68-13.41

DOE

12/16/14

Until Filled

Per Diem Opportunities

(Receive Differential in Lieu of Benefits)

POSITION

STATUS

DEPT

HIRING MANAGER

QUALIFICATIONS

PAY RANGE

Per hour

DATE

OPEN

DATE

CLOSE

C.N.A.

Per Diem

Karen Keller

Director,

Long Term Care

Provides direct and indirect resident care activities under the direction of RN or LPN. 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 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.

11.17-12.82

+ 10% in Lieu of Benefits

>>>

Until Filled

R.N.

Per Diem

Karen Keller

Director

Long Term Care

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: Able to communicate orally and in writing in English – additional languages preferred. Basic computer literacy required. Graduate of A.S.N., Diploma or B.S.N. School of Nursing. Current Washington State Registered Nursing License.

Long Term Care experienced preferred.

23.56 – 40.94

DOE

+ 15% in Lieu of Benefits

>>>

Until Filled

C.N.A.

Per Diem

Heidi Anderson, CNO/COO

Acute

Provides direct and indirect resident care activities under the direction of RN or LPN. 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 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.

11.17-12.82

DOE

+ 10% in Lieu of Benefits

8/8/13

Until Filled

Medical Assistant/ LPN

Per Diem

Aurelia Wilson, Clinic Manager

The Medical Assistant performs those duties requested by the health care provider that are designated in RCW 18.135, Categories A, C, and E. Assists in examination and treatment of patients under the direction of Physician. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Associates Degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school (to include but not limited to anatomy, physiology, pharmacological principles and medication administration, mathematics, concepts of asepsis and microbiology) and six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Education and/or Experience: Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

MA: 13.48-15.48

LPN: 16.19-18.08

DOE

+ 10% in Lieu of Benefits

4/4/14

Until Filled

Registered Sleep Tech/ Polysomnographic Technician

Per Diem

Doug Devine,

Respiratory Therapy Director

The Polysomnographic technologist works under medical and clinical supervision to perform overnight polysomnograms, occasional day schedule for training, meetings +/operation of sleep studies. Functions independently to safely maneuver sophisticated medical equipment to record sleep/wake physiology. The application of recording devices to the patient, cleaning / sterilization of equipment and monitoring of polysomnograms are essential duties of the technologist. Polysomnographic technologists must recognize sleep pathology when it occurs in the laboratory and respond with the appropriate interventions to ensure patient safety. The technologist also performs special procedures such as ordered by the referring physician, ambulatory monitoring, and patient education.

Certification/Licensing/Registration: Prior training as a Respiratory Care Therapist, Polysomnography, RN, LPN, Radiology Technologist, Lab Assistant or EEG Technologist preferred. High school diploma/GED or equivalent work experience required.

DOE

+ 10% in Lieu of Benefits

9/12/14

Until Filled

 
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