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  • Date Posted:02/08/2023
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Occupational Therapy

Description

4TC02:

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

Penobscot Valley Hospital is looking for a dedicated Occupational Therapist to work per diem in our Rehab Services Department.

This is an “as needed” position utilized to cover gaps in coverage including vacations, leaves of absences, and other instances of unfilled shifts. Per diem employees are required to work a minimum of 3 shifts within a 3 month period.

Provide comprehensive occupational therapy services to aid the patient in the development or restoration of optimal functional status.

JOB FUNCTIONS

Evaluation and treatment conducted per physician referral within O.T. scope of practice in outpatient, inpatient, and swing bed areas of PVH.

 

  1. Evaluation: accurate, complete and age appropriate as per departmental policy.

 

  1. Interpret evaluation results and develop appropriate functional goals.

 

  1. Communicates treatment plan and goals with patient and family. Provides ongoing education as appropriate.

 

  1. Completes ongoing reassessments and discharge assessment (age appropriate) as per department policy.

 

  1. Treatments are performed according to evidence-based practice standards and in accordance with insurance guidelines, clinical policies and procedures.

 

  1. Treatment includes ongoing patient and family education as appropriate.

 

  1. Therapist assesses treatment results and modifies treatment as indicated per patient performance.

 

10 Therapist updates health care team members of current status and any changes in plan.

 

  1. Generates documentation in electronic medical record of patient care activities and additional

documentation as required for billing on date of service.

 

  1. Participates in Interdisciplinary Team meetings and family meetings as appropriate.

 

  1. Completes patient charges on date of service.

 

  1. Demonstrates independent judgment to determine alternative solutions to problems. Consults

with others as needed for patient care.

 

  1. Participates in professional development and keeps current on insurance/Medicare rules and

regulations impacting O.T. patient care.

 

  1. Implements appropriate safety procedures for each patient, including Universal Precautions.

 

  1. Identifies and rectifies sources of potential accidents through daily and ongoing inspections.

 

18 Ensures that supplies and equipment are available and in safe working order.

 

  1. Notifies Director of Rehabilitation of unusual occurrences.

 

  1. Therapist demonstrates ability to establish treatment priorities and deal with the most important

areas first.

 

  1. Demonstrates knowledge and skills necessary to implement procedures in event of internal or

external disaster, medical emergency, fire, or other code situation.

 

  1. Demonstrates knowledge and skills to use the S.D.S system (formally M.S.D.S.)

 

  1. Ensures that work area is clean and orderly.

 

  1. Quality Improvement: Actively participates in the Hospital wide Quality Improvement Program,

Actively supports and implements Department specific Quality Improvement initiatives

and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in

service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational

excellence.

  1. Safety/Disaster Management: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an      inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy.

Current license or license eligible in the state of Maine.

CPR certified or eligible.

Ability to problem solve, effective verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge base to include occupational therapy assessment and treatment for all age groups from pediatric to geriatric.  Valid Maine driver’s license.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.
Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:02/08/2023
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Physical Therapy

Description

4TH02:

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

Penobscot Valley Hospital is looking for a dedicated Physical Therapist to work per diem in our Rehab Services Department.

This is an “as needed” position utilized to cover gaps in coverage including vacations, leaves of absences, and other instances of unfilled shifts. Per diem employees are required to work a minimum of 3 shifts within a 3 month period.

To provide each person referred to our service with the opportunity to achieve his/her optimum level of function and to provide quality patient care.

 

JOB FUNCTIONS

 

  1. Evaluate and assess patients physical, social and emotional needs per physician referral.

 

  1. Identify and understand the disease process.

 

  1. Evaluations are accurate, complete and age appropriate per departmental policy.

 

  1. Correlate diagnostic data with patients assessment.

 

  1. Interpret evaluation results and develop appropriate functional goals: short term and long term.

 

  1. Communicates goals and plans with patient and family.

 

  1. Completes discharge assessment. Completes reassessments per departmental policy.

 

  1. Treatment follows a written plan based on completed evaluation results to obtain goals.

 

  1. Treatments are performed according to department policies and procedures.

 

  1. Assess treatment results and modify as needed per patient performance, new or changing diagnostic data, information from physician.

 

  1. Demonstrated ability to establish treatment priorities and deal with the most important areas first.

 

  1. Utilize proper patient safety precautions and universal precautions.

 

  1. Assist in planning appropriate discharge plans, home programs and discharge evaluations.

 

  1. Document all interaction with patients and family, progress/DC notes to physician as needed and all other documents pertaining to patient case.

 

  1. Patient’s performance will be documented using specific and accurate terminology.

 

  1. Communicates patient care activities to health care team.

 

  1. Participates in interdisciplinary team meetings, utilization review meetings and family meetings as appropriate.

 

  1. Completes documentation required for billing and completes patient charges.

 

  1. Attends in-services as scheduled and shares relevant information with others.

 

  1. Presents in-services inter and intra departmentally as assigned.

 

  1. Provides patient and family education.

 

  1. Participates in community, industrial educational programs as requested, and prepares adequately for them.

 

  1. Participate in the “Job Shadow” program and act as a clinical instructor to P.T. and P.T.A. students as requested.

 

  1. Assist the Director of Physical Therapy in developing and implementing new department programs.

 

  1. Demonstrates independent judgment to determine alternative solutions to problems.

 

  1. Consults with others as needed for patient case and operational procedures.

 

  1. Recognize his/her own therapeutic role in the rehabilitation team.

 

  1. Aware of personal abilities and limitations and seeks guidance as necessary for performance of duties, asks appropriate questions when in doubt.

 

  1. Demonstrates care, consideration, and flexibility with patients, families, coworkers, and others.

 

  1. Gives and receives feedback, constructive criticism appropriately.

 

  1. Communicates effectively with Director of Physical Therapy and staff.

 

  1. Shows support for changes and decisions made.

 

  1. Takes initiative, responsibility and ownership for individual contribution.

 

  1. Relates well with other hospital staff and departments.

 

  1. Uses work time productively

 

  1. Demonstrates cost-consciousness while maintaining highest level of quality.

 

  1. Establish network and seeks information from many sources.

 

  1. Organizes work to meet patient and department priorities.

 

  1. Actively seeks to resolve conflict.

 

  1. Accountable to lead, supervise, develop and implement patient care plans

 

  1. Implements appropriate safety procedures for each patient.

 

  1. Identifies and rectifies sources of potential accidents through daily and ongoing inspections.

 

  1. Utilizes universal precautions at all times.

 

  1. Ensures that supplies and equipment are available and in safe working order.

 

  1. Notifies P.T. Director or House Supervisor of unusual occurrences.

 

  1. Demonstrates knowledge and skills necessary to implement procedures in event of internal or external disaster.

 

  1. Demonstrates knowledge and skills necessary to implement procedures in event of fire.

 

  1. Demonstrates knowledge and skills to use the M.S.D.S.

 

  1. Ensures that work area is clean and orderly

 

Quality Improvement

Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

Graduate of an accredited Physical Therapy Program, diploma, M.S., or B.S. degree required.

License to practice or eligible to practice in State of Maine.  Valid Maine driver’s license.

Previous patient care experience preferred. CPR/Basic Life Support Certification required.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.
Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:02/03/2023
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Penobscot Primary Care

Description

0RR02

PVH employment application required. All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

Position is full time, 40 hours, day shift. Hourly rate, non-exempt, non union.

The Patient Access Specialist will be responsible for coordination of the prior authorization, referral verification and pre-registration process for all specialty medical services, procedures, and authorization for specialty medications as prescribed. Ensure pre-certification/prior authorization is in place for all diagnostic testing and/or procedures as required by patient’s insurance. Ensure accuracy of registration demographic and insurance information. Provide education to the patients when needed. Act as a liaison between the patient, physician office and insurance company, and consistently perform activities in a friendly, courteous and professional manner.

JOB FUNCTIONS

 

  1. Review scheduled patients’ list – at time of scheduling and at least one week prior visit.

 

  1. Review scheduled patients’ list to determine if required authorization(s), referrals or number of visits is present.

 

  1. Work on authorization process with all ancillary departments and provide education as needed.

 

  1. Complete prior authorizations and referrals for medical arts offices.

 

  1. Review all previous day’s registrations to verify insurance information present is correct and if none is listed, investigate to determine patient is not insured.

 

  1. Notify Patient Financial Services Representative and/or Collector of self-pay accounts.

 

  1. Maintain authorization/referral database.

 

  1. Performs various Athena task functions.

 

  1. Perform other tasks as assigned by the practice manager.

 

  1. Quality Improvement:  Actively participates in the hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program; actively supports and implements department specific quality improvement initiatives and projects; recommends process improvement as appropriate; reports any quality issues in service delivery; and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.
  1. Emergency Preparedness:  As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

High school graduate.

2-3 years’ experience in a physician’s office or out-patient facility, knowledge of electronic records, medical terminology, CPT and ICD-10 coding, familiarity with authorization and referral process and insurance websites is preferred.

Familiarity with Windows software, word and excel programs. Accuracy and attention to detail are extremely important. Must possess strong organization and communication skills and be able to work independently and within a team.

Excellent verbal and written communications skills required. Must be able to multi-task.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.
Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:01/27/2023
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Patient Registration

Description

2PB01:

PVH employment application required. All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

Position is full time, 40 hours, flexible shifts, including weekends and holidays.
Hourly rate, shift differential as worked, non-exempt, union.

The Patient Access Representative plays a critical role in the patient’s encounter with Penobscot Valley Hospital by providing necessary and professional patient contact at the onset. This role is responsible for providing accurate and timely patient registration services, ensuring accuracy of demographic and insurance information, facilitates communication to and from other departments, and provides patients with their bill of rights, other necessary forms, and facilitates communication of insurance coverages.  Serves as resource to employees (staff) and managers.

JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. A. Operations/Clerical
  2. Represents the organization in all interactions with patients, staff, and visitors.   Is an active professional member of an environment characterized by cooperation, collaboration, respect, and teamwork. Demonstrates adaptability to change and challenges and appropriately utilizes resources to achieve goals.
  3. Maintains adaptability in work schedule to meet patient and department needs.
  4. Will be assigned to duties by Manager, but will learn and be expected to be competent in all departmental processes in order to provide coverage or assist with large work volumes or projects.
  5. Greet customer with excellent customer service and calm demeanor, obtain the reason for visit to the hospital, and provide appropriate direction.
  6. Confirms patient identity by using date of birth and patient’s full name.
  7. Gather patient data and input demographic and insurance information into the patient registration system. Verify insurance information and patient demographic information if patient is unable to complete when they arrive (e.g. ER patient).
  8. Strive to maintain 5% or less error rate over a 90 day average and complete an accuracy report (registration edits) before ending shift each day.
  9. Notify department of patient arrival.
  10. Generate the patient’s chart and obtain appropriate signatures as required.
  11. Direct or escort patient to the designated department or waiting area. May need to assist in the transport of the patient should they not be able to travel by themselves.  May need to seek assistance from the clinical department when necessary if the patient is ill.
  12. Answers telephone calls for the department and directs the call to the appropriate department/person.
  13. Pre-registers patients for outpatient visits/testing or inpatient admissions.
  14. Receive and process cash and credit payments.
  15. Order supplies for the department as needed.
  16. Coordinates multiple departmental visits.
  17. Coordinate forms for patient category and make up folder.
  18. Count cash at the beginning and end of each shift and document.
  19. Run reports on census (Final census reports, Room changes, etc.)
  20. Operate switchboard; transfer calls to appropriate departments.
  21. Monitor ambulance service radio.
  22. Operate in-hospital emergency line and page emergency codes as needed.
  23. Operates Ipad Communication System.
  24. Operate overhead paging system.
  25. Operates beeper system.
  26. Review scheduled patients’ list at time of scheduling and at least one week prior to visit to determine if required authorization, referrals, or quantity of visits is present.
  27. A) Contacts patient to verify all demographics, verify current insurance information, pre-register patient and provide guidance and direction for arrival at PVH.
  28. B) Discuss payment arrangements for deductible and co-pays. Notify PVH Patient Financial Representative and/or Collector of self-pay accounts. Use the PLE (Patient Liability Estimator) available through Trubridge to determine patient financial liability amount due.
  29. Obtain authorizations/referrals/patient signatures as needed including ED, Observation, Swing Bed, Inpatient follow up tests, imaging, surgical, laboratory, and outpatient testing.
  30. Work with ancillary departments regarding referrals and authorizations.
  31. Document all conversations regarding prior authorizations/referrals with providers and insurance companies. Obtain call reference number’s, individual names, dates and times. Enter the information as a note on the patient’s account.
  32. Coordinate with Case Management on observation/inpatient authorizations. Promptly complete the appropriate sheet, email case management with pertinent information.
  33. Maintain patient status information in the computer system.
  34. Review and scan observation and inpatient authorizations to patient’s account.
  35. Review all previous day’s registrations to verify insurance information present is correct. If none is listed, investigate to determine patient is not insured.
  36. Maintain authorizations and referrals filing system or database to review upcoming scheduled testing.
  37. Assist with updating and correcting patient accounts.
  38. Quality Improvement : Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.
  39. Disaster Management: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

 

Qualifications

Associates Degree preferred. One year’s experience in Patient Registration or equivalent prior healthcare/medical office experience preferred.

Effective organizational skills and multi-tasking skills to manage a variety of tasks at once.

Proficient in medical terminology and computer skills.  Management of Aggressive Behavior (MOAB) course completion required.  Can effectively demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills and a strong attention to detail.  Professional demeanor and appearance appropriate for the  job.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.
Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:01/27/2023
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Patient Registration

Description

4PB05:

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

 Penobscot Valley Hospital is looking for a Patient Access Representative to work per diem in our Patient Registration Department.

This is an “as needed” position utilized to cover gaps in coverage including vacations, leaves of absences, and other instances of unfilled shifts. Per diem employees are required to work a minimum of 3 shifts within a 3 month period.

Position: non-exempt, non-union, hourly rate.

The Patient Access Representative plays a critical role in the patient’s encounter with Penobscot Valley Hospital by providing necessary and professional patient contact at the onset. This role is responsible for providing accurate and timely patient registration services, ensuring accuracy of demographic and insurance information, facilitates communication to and from other departments, and provides patients with their bill of rights, other necessary forms, and facilitates communication of insurance coverages.  Serves as resource to employees (staff) and managers.

JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. A. Operations/Clerical
  2. Represents the organization in all interactions with patients, staff, and visitors. Is an active professional member of an environment characterized by cooperation, collaboration, respect, and teamwork. Demonstrates adaptability to change and challenges and appropriately utilizes resources to achieve goals.
  3. Maintains adaptability in work schedule to meet patient and department needs.
  4. Will be assigned to duties by Manager, but will learn and be expected to be competent in all departmental processes in order to provide coverage or assist with large work volumes or projects.
  5. Greet customer with excellent customer service and calm demeanor, obtain the reason for visit to the hospital, and provide appropriate direction.
  6. Confirms patient identity by using date of birth and patient’s full name.
  7. Gather patient data and input demographic and insurance information into the patient registration system. Verify insurance information and patient demographic information if patient is unable to complete when they arrive (e.g. ER patient).
  8. Strive to maintain 5% or less error rate over a 90 day average and complete an accuracy report (registration edits) before ending shift each day.
  9. Notify department of patient arrival.
  10. Generate the patient’s chart and obtain appropriate signatures as required.
  11. Direct or escort patient to the designated department or waiting area. May need to assist in the transport of the patient should they not be able to travel by themselves.  May need to seek assistance from the clinical department when necessary if the patient is ill.
  12. Answers telephone calls for the department and directs the call to the appropriate department/person.
  13. Pre-registers patients for outpatient visits/testing or inpatient admissions.
  14. Receive and process cash and credit payments.
  15. Order supplies for the department as needed.
  16. Coordinates multiple departmental visits.
  17. Coordinate forms for patient category and make up folder.
  18. Count cash at the beginning and end of each shift and document.
  19. Run reports on census (Final census reports, Room changes, etc.)
  20. Operate switchboard; transfer calls to appropriate departments.
  21. Monitor ambulance service radio.
  22. Operate in-hospital emergency line and page emergency codes as needed.
  23. Operates Ipad Communication System.
  24. Operate overhead paging system.
  25. Operates beeper system.
  26. Review scheduled patients’ list at time of scheduling and at least one week prior to visit to determine if required authorization, referrals, or quantity of visits is present.
  27. A) Contacts patient to verify all demographics, verify current insurance information, pre-register patient and provide guidance and direction for arrival at PVH.
  28. B) Discuss payment arrangements for deductible and co-pays. Notify PVH Patient Financial Representative and/or Collector of self-pay accounts. Use the PLE (Patient Liability Estimator) available through Trubridge to determine patient financial liability amount due.
  29. Obtain authorizations/referrals/patient signatures as needed including ED, Observation, Swing Bed, Inpatient follow up tests, imaging, surgical, laboratory, and outpatient testing.
  30. Work with ancillary departments regarding referrals and authorizations.
  31. Document all conversations regarding prior authorizations/referrals with providers and insurance companies. Obtain call reference number’s, individual names, dates and times. Enter the information as a note on the patient’s account.
  32. Coordinate with Case Management on observation/inpatient authorizations. Promptly complete the appropriate sheet, email case management with pertinent information.
  33. Maintain patient status information in the computer system.
  34. Review and scan observation and inpatient authorizations to patient’s account.
  35. Review all previous day’s registrations to verify insurance information present is correct. If none is listed, investigate to determine patient is not insured.
  36. Maintain authorizations and referrals filing system or database to review upcoming scheduled testing.
  37. Assist with updating and correcting patient accounts.
  38. Quality Improvement : Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.
  39. Disaster Management: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

Qualifications

Associates Degree preferred. One year’s experience in Patient Registration or equivalent prior healthcare/medical office experience preferred.

Effective organizational skills and multi-tasking skills to manage a variety of tasks at once.

Proficient in medical terminology and computer skills.  Management of Aggressive Behavior (MOAB) course completion required.  Can effectively demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills and a strong attention to detail.

Professional demeanor and appearance appropriate for the  job.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.
Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:01/26/2023
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Plant Operations and Maintenance

Description

2MT01:

PVH employment application required. All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

Position is full time, 40 hours, day shift, including weekends and holidays.
Hourly rate, shift differential as worked, non-exempt, union.

Provides general maintenance and repairs on facility equipment and property structures, in addition to performing ground maintenance.

JOB FUNCTIONS

 

  1. Conducts daily rounds to
  2. Collect data on oxygen & temperature readings, and documents same.
  3. Check all mechanical equipment (except medical or subcontractor equipment) per rounding sheets.
  4. Conducts preventative and corrective projects for maintenance hospital wide.

 

  1. Supports a building maintenance program
  2. Completes workorders as assigned (to include all aspects of maintenance: preventive, predictive, and break-in work). The list below is not all inclusive but provides an example of the type of work that can be expected:
  3. Mechanical work (pumps, motors, fans, bearings, belts, hoses , and lubrication)
  4. Plumbing (fixture installation and repair, general piping repairs)
  5. HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning)
  6. Assist the electrician as necessary
  7. Painting
  8. Snow removal, salting, sanding, etc.
  9. General grounds maintenance
  10. General building construction
  11. Troubleshoot and repair equipment as necessary
  12. Collect and dispose of all trash (as needed).
  13. Collect and dispose of all “Red Bag” waste (as needed).
  14. Floor care (sweeping, vacuuming, stripping, and waxing as necessary).
  15. Conducts preventive and corrective projects for maintenance (hospital wide)

 

  1. Security and Safety
  2. Conducts rounds to check the building after hours and weekends.
  3. Completes daily activity sheets.
  4. May be requested to observe a patient who may be confused, combative, agitated, or considered a safe problem to themselves or others.
  5. Consistently utilizes safe driving practices when driving any hospital vehicle.
  6. Familiarize self with main roads and area locations throughout the hospital service area.
  7. Other:
    1. Assist with any off site needs that might occur.
    2. Assist Environmental Services techs as needed.

Quality Improvement

Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

High School Diploma or equivalent

Current Maine Driver’s license required.

Knowledge of commercial floor care, HVAC, construction, carpentry, grounds maintenance, and ability to read blue prints preferred.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.
Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:01/24/2023
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Fiscal Services

Description

0PC01:

PVH employment application required. All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

Penobscot Valley Hospital is looking to fill a full time Payroll and Human Resources Coordinator position.  Hourly rate, non-exempt, non-union.

The Payroll & HR Coordinator provides a crucial role to coordinate and process payroll for employees at Penobscot Valley Hospital. They will ensure that employees are hired and terminated correctly in the payroll software and that the bi-weekly payroll is processed timely and accurately. This position serves as a resource to department managers for approving timecards accurately according to the department’s schedule.

JOB FUNCTIONS

 

  1. Set up new employees in the payroll system and enter accurate position, pay, tax, benefits and other related information into the software system.
  2. Review timecards and process payroll for PVH employees on a bi-weekly schedule in collaboration with department managers to ensure timecards are accurate.
  3. Apply the current union contract policies to the payroll and timecards so employees are paid according to the contract.
  1. Be a “super-user” of the payroll system and provide training to managers or employees as needed. Maintain awareness of the software processes and updates or changes to the system as they come.
  2. Answer questions from employees related to their pay or timecards or pay stub.
  3. Run payroll or employee related reports within the software based on routine processes or special requests.
  4. Maintain the employee records with necessary updates or changes including but not limited to employee status, salary rates, ETO accruals, tax designations, benefit and earnings, and positions.
  5. Collaborate with other staff in Fiscal to post the appropriate Payroll related entries to the general ledger and process check requests and other items as necessary.
  6. Review and monitor quarterly and year-end tax reports and ensures they are submitted timely.
  7. Tracks renewal dates for required licenses, certifications, immunizations, or other items required of individual employees.
  8. Maintains records according to policy.
  9. Covers for other HR Coordinator(s) when needed.
  10. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Education – Associates Degree in Business, Accounting, or HR required or 2-4 years applicable experience in the job functions required, related bachelors degree preferred.

                                         1-2 years experience in payroll required, 2-4 years preferred.

Payroll in healthcare setting experience preferred.

Knowledge of payroll processes, taxes, and laws required.

Basic knowledge of HR law and benefits is preferred.

Communication – excellent skills in written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills required.

Technical – ability to become an expert in payroll and HRIS software and intermediate Microsoft Office skills required.

Attention to Detail and Accuracy required and ability to work independently if needed.

 

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:01/16/2023
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Radiology

Description

1XC05:

PVH employment application required. All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

Positions are full time, 36 hour/week, flexible shift. Call and holiday rotation. Hourly rate, non-exempt, union.

Production of quality radiographs, proper management of patient records and a smooth flow of patients though the imaging department.

JOB FUNCTIONS

 

  1. Able to adjust technical factors and utilize proper shielding and immobilization devices for pediatric patients

 

  1. Utilize proper technical factors and shielding for adolescents and explain procedures in a manner that adolescent patient can understand; questions female patient about chance of pregnancy.

 

  1. Able to alter procedures and technical factors for geriatric patients and explain procedures in a manner that the geriatric patient can understand.

 

  1. Assists Radiologist with fluoroscopic and special procedures

 

  1. Can perform daily Quality Control test

 

  1. Can trouble shoot equipment problems in absence of chief technologist

 

  1. Maintaining supplies and reordering from central supply

 

  1. Cleaning X-ray rooms and disinfecting equipment

 

  1. Cleaning CR/DR – plates/panels

 

  1. Burning of CD’s

 

  1. Faxing and photocopying as needed

 

  1. Clerical duties as needed

 

  1. Properly enters Mammogram statistics into computer

 

  1. Demonstrates ability to operate all x-ray equipment including, Phillips, GE, AMx4 portable and CT scanner.

 

  1. Demonstrates ability to use LoRad MIV unit and perform all aspects of Mammography examination. (Mammo techs only)

 

  1. Assists during biopsy procedures

 

  1. Completes all associated paperwork in a timely manner

 

  1. Has working knowledge of CR/DR Systems

 

  1. Has working knowledge of PACs

 

  1. Exercises proper radiation protection principles

 

  1. Working knowledge of x-ray film digitizer

Quality Improvement

Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

Qualifications

Graduate of an AMA-approved radiologic technology school, State of Maine license, registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

Our Radiology Tech are asked to have, or to develope, alternate modality to help with coverage in services lines – CT and/or Mammo. Experience preferred but will train for competency.

Must have working knowledge of both X-Ray rooms and fluoroscope, portable x-ray machine, CT Scanner, Bone Densitometer, C-arm, Mammography Equipment, computed radiography, Digital Radiography and PACs film digitizer, photocopier, fax machine, telephones, and hospital computer system.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:01/16/2023
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Ultrasound

Description

4SO01:

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

Penobscot Valley Hospital is looking for a dedicated Diagnostic Medical Sonographer to work per diem in our Imaging Services Department to assist doctors with diagnosing and monitoring various conditions.

This is an “as needed” position utilized to cover gaps in coverage including vacations, leaves of absences, and other instances of unfilled shifts. Per diem employees are required to work a minimum of 3 shifts within a 3 month period.

Position: non-exempt, non-union, hourly rate, 8 hour shifts with occasional “after hours add on exams”, no call no weekends.

Production of quality ultrasound high-frequency images of the body’s internal organs and tissues to assist doctors with diagnosing and monitoring a variety of conditions and diseases.

The sonographer works directly with patients and uses sonographic equipment to record images of the motion, shape, and composition of blood, organs, tissues, and bodily masses.

Responsibilities:

Preparing diagnostic equipment prior to exam.

Explaining sonographic procedures to patients, answering questions, preparing patients by applying the gel to the skin, and positioning the patients to provide highest quality images.

Ensuring clear images for diagnostic purposes and making adjustments to the sonographic equipment when necessary.

Selecting the appropriate settings and adjusting the patients’ positions accordingly.

Monitoring and caring for patients to ensure their safety and comfort during the procedures.

Selecting and examining images, looking for differences between healthy and pathological areas, and determining if the scope of the exam should be extended, based on preliminary findings.

Presenting the sonograms and preliminary findings to the Physicians and other medical team members.

Completing the appropriate documentation and maintaining patients’ histories and medical records.

Assisting Physicians and the healthcare teams during invasive procedures.

Maintaining and cleaning the sonographic equipment.

Performing medical procedures, such as administering oxygen, taking vital signs, and giving emergency treatments.

Quality Improvement: Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management:  As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

Qualifications

High school Diploma, two year allied health program with an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in Sonography.

Minimum two year’s experience in hospital setting.  CPR/BLS Certification.

Proficient with PACS system and Electronic Health Records (CPSI)

Knowledge of PHILIPS EPIQ 7G ultrasound equipment

Registered ARDMS Abdomen, OB/GYN required, Breast, Vascular and Echocardiography experience a bonus.

Strong technical, communication, interpersonal, and patient service skills.

The ability to explain technical terms in a clear and understandable way.

Good eyesight and attention to detail.

Strong analytical, judgment, and decision-making skills.

Excellent patient service and communication skills, as well as good eyesight and attention to detail.

Able to work independently as well as with others.

Should have good technical skills, as well as sound judgment and decision-making skills.

 

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.
Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:01/13/2023
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:10am - 10pm
  • Department:ED-Inpatient

Description

1RN41:

PVH employment application required. All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

Position is full time, 36 hours, 10am-10pm shift, including weekends and holidays in Emergency unit floating to Inpatient.
Hourly rate, shift differential as worked, non-exempt, union.

To coordinate and provide quality patient care using the nursing process.

Job Functions

           Performs initial age-appropriate nursing assessment (neonate to geriatrics).

  1. Complete ongoing age-appropriate reassessments.

 

  1. Completes discharge assessment to identify patient discharge needs.

 

  1. Identifies priorities for the delivery of nursing care.

 

  1. Develops/implements plan of care based on patient needs and physician orders.

 

  1. Executes appropriate nursing actions to reach patient goals.

 

  1. Communicates patient care activities to health care team members.

 

  1. Updates health care team members of current status and any changes in plan.

 

  1. Documents patient care activities in accordance with established standards and hospital policies and procedures.

 

  1. Initiates specialty/supplemental nursing notes as appropriate.

 

  1. Assists with patient charges.

 

  1. Delivers patient care in accordance with hospital policies and procedures and within the scope of the state Nursing Practice Act.

 

  1. Maintains a physical environment that provides for patient and staff safety and wellness.

 

  1. Ensures that supplies and equipment are readily available and in safe working order.

 

  1. Reports situations involving questionable safety/legality promptly to nursing manager.

 

  1. Demonstrates knowledge and skills necessary to implement procedures in event of internal or external disaster.

 

  1. Demonstrates knowledge of drug administration and effects.

 

  1. Utilizes appropriate drug reference sources for drug information.

 

  1. Administers drugs correctly utilizing the “five rights”.

 

  1. Evaluates patient response to medications.
  2. Assesses need for patient / family education and provides teaching as indicated.

 

  1. Reviews discharge plan, and intervenes appropriately.

 

  1. Completes discharge plan, and insures patient / family understanding of plan.

 

  1. Performs follow up calls to patients.

 

  1. Questions patient concerning satisfaction and suggestions for improvement.

 

  1. Promotes the hospital and its employees through professional behavior.

 

  1. Participates in department plan to meet regulatory standards.

 

  1. Serves on hospital committees and helps to review and revise policies and procedures.

 

  1. Maintains competencies / skills based on current medical standards and practices.

Quality Improvement

Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

Qualifications

Current State of Maine nursing license.

Ability to problem solve; critical thinking skills; effective verbal and written communication skills.

Knowledge base to include nursing assessment and skills for all age groups from neonate to geriatrics.

Maintain BLS, ACLS, TNCC, NRP, ENPC, S.T.A.B.L.E., PALS and Conscious Sedation Certification or obtain within one year of hire.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.

Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:01/09/2023
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Human Resources

Description

0MC02:

PVH employment application required. All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

Penobscot Valley Hospital is looking to fill a full time Human Resources Coordinator position.  Hourly rate, non-exempt, non-union.

Maintains employee records, policies, and benefit information.   Serves as resource to employees (staff) and managers.  Coordinates certain routine HR office functions involving benefits plans, workers’ compensation and disability reporting, education assistance, job postings, employee events, labor law compliance, and employee relations.  Manages the flow of office “traffic.”  Integrates the position’s responsibilities with staff and leadership in all PVH departments.

 

JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Office functions
  1. Ensures open office hours Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  2. Acts as primary receptionist for employees and visitors to HR office.  Will handle matters within scope of position.  If not within scope, will defer to Human Resources Manager.

 

  1. Employee records
  1. Maintains filing system for all employees according to standard HR practices and legal requirements.
    1. Assures security of employee records (“personnel files”) by screening access to file contents.
    2. Keeps related information together by topic in a central file; keeps health and benefit information on each employee separate from central file.
  1. Maintains employee data in HR database.
    1. Uses separate database areas to keep track of employee events, work history, evaluation/education/licensure/certificates, and injuries.
  2. Maintains necessary data on non-employees such as agency personnel, interns, and students.
  3. Responsible for scanning and/or storage of inactive employee records.
  4. Maintains a record of leaves of absence.
  5. Maintains a record of: ETO cash out, immunizations per CDC regulations.

 

  1. Workers compensation
  1. Supports HR management of WC claim. In coordination with Manager, acts as liaison with carrier’s claims examiner.
  2. Processes First Reports of Injury.
  1. Consults with Manager of HR on all cases.
  1. Reviews Employee Injury Reports for completeness.
  2. Initiates forms for occupational health provider follow-up for injured employees.
  3. Keeps open communication with injured employees, department managers, and HR Manager to remain effective in facilitating appropriate work assignment and return to regular duty.
  4. Maintains OSHA log.

 

  1. Job vacancies
  1. Maintains internal job postings and employment applications.
  2. Facilitates on-boarding of new job candidates:
  1. Distributes employment applications as received.
  2. Facilitates scheduling of pre-employment physicals and initiates background screening process.
  3. Conducts preliminary review of background check results for matters of concern. Reports findings to Manager of Human Resources.
  4. Prepares correspondence related to job postings such as application recognition correspondence, job offer letters, “no thank you letters, etc.

 

  1. Hiring
  1. Ensures new employees are set up on HRIS and compensation details are communicated to PayRoll for appropriate system set up.
  1. Issues employee identification badge, collects demographic information, explains benefits, coordinate employee education on web based benefit enrollment system, verifies certificates and licensure, reviews paperwork for fit testing, pre-employment physicals and immunization screening, explains time and attendance system, explains employee parking to new hires, distributes new employee Hand Book and Code of Conduct.
  1. Notifies Care Learning system administrator of new hires details.
  2. Provides follow up to on-line benefit enrollment(s), as necessary per selected benefit and maintain record changes as needed.

 

  1. Leaves of absence
  1. Coordinates disability leave for employees by guiding eligible employees through FMLA and short-term disability paperwork.
  2. Tracks leaves of absence for medical/FMLA/injury and other leaves as needed.

 

  1. Notifications of licenses and credentials due
  1. Tracks renewal dates for required licenses and certifications.
  2. Tracks performance evaluation due dates.
  3. Tracks due dates for other items required of individual employees.
  4. Provides monthly notice to department managers of pending due dates for all of the above, also reports delinquency to department managers and HR director.

 

  1. Payroll
  1. Prepares all payroll changes (“blue sheets”) and provides approved forms to Payroll department to initiate adjustments.
  2. Includes:
    1. Adding new employees, changes in job assignment or hours, adjusting for errors in pay, demographic changes, changes in rate of pay, and more.
    2. Wage changes for union employees according to labor agreements.
    3. Wage changes for non-union employees according to administrative directive.

 

  1. Billing
  1. Facilitates timely processing of bills for employee benefits coverage (insurance plans).
  2. Facilitates timely processing of bills for other services and supplies requested by the HR department.
  3. For all bills:
  1. Verifies accuracy of bills and assures that products or services billed have been received.
  2. Utilizes insurance carriers’ web enrollment systems, or other carrier designated process, to ensure employees benefit additions, changes or terminations are entered timely and accurately.
  3. Presents routine and non-routine bills, which have been authenticated, to HR Manager for authorization. Forwards all bills to Accounts Payable for payment.
  4. Periodically compares bills to comparable bills and to budget; alerts HR Manager of discrepancies.
  1. Faciliates fitness and student loan reimbursement benefits for participants.
  2. Ensures timely and accurate processing of 403(b) contribution changes and reports to fiscal.

 

  1. Relations with Manager of HR
  1. Acts as support person for Manager of Human Resources.
    1. Anticipates Manager’s and the department’s needs; seeks opportunities to lend support.
  2. Seeks approval from Manager of Human Resources for plans to handle unusual events.
  3. Briefs Manager on matters in which primary responsibility may shift to Manager.
  4. Takes initiative to inform, advise, and recommend action to Manager on any matter of department concern.  Shares observations about office efficiency and effectiveness, offers suggestions for improvement.
  5. Accepts decisions of Manager; respects the manager’s position and acknowledges that all administrative directors may from time to time be acting on information which cannot be disclosed or generally known.
  6. Makes the effort to know the Manager’s schedule and occasionally assist with Manager’s phone calls and visitors.
  7. Accepts special assignments and adjusts to changes in departmental emphasis or direction, whether according to time of year, or due to changes in regulations or changes in hospital organizational structure.

 

  1. Education assistance
  1. Maintains accurate record of assistance currently being received.
  2. Facilitates loan repayment assistance process for approved employees.

 Meetings, participation

  1. Takes an active part in committees, as assigned and according to interest.
  2. Assists in organizing and scheduling any HR sponsored events or meetings.

 

  1. Other duties
  1. Takes initiative to assist other administrative directors or other departments when a need is apparent.
  2. Schedules job shadows/observers/students with Department Managers as needed. Maintains shadow/observer/student files and ensures compliance with on-boarding requirements. Follows up on same as necessary.
  3. Accepts other duties that may be assigned by the Manager of HR (or by another administrative director in the absence of the HR Manager), when those other duties are within the scope of the HR coordinator’s skills.  This may occur with the changing demands for services from the HR department from day to day, when another department becomes short-staffed and needs assistance, or when the scope of the HR department is changed at the option of administration.
  4. Quality Improvement : Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.
  5. Emergency/Disaster Management: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

 

Qualifications

Associate’s Degree in Human Resources or 2-4 years applicable experience in the job functions. Basic knowledge of HR law and benefits administration is ideal for the position.  Effective and excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must demonstrate effective multi-tasking skills in busy office environment. Possess critical thinking skills and ability to problem solve. Must have professional appearance, demeanor, and maintain confidentiality of sensitive HR issues. Proficiency in computer skills appropriate to the job.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:01/05/2023
  • Employment Type:Part time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Clinic Service

Description

2DS02:

PVH employment application required. All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

This position is part time 24 weekly authorized hours, supporting our Physician Practices. Hourly rate, non-exempt, union position.

Provides clerical support to the clinic services. Schedules patient visits, follow-up visits, testing procedures and surgery if requested.

JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Schedules appointments appropriately following guidelines established by the physician.
  2. Interviews patient and obtain demographic and insurance information accurately.
  3. Verify insurance eligibility and collect patient portion amounts such as; co-pays according to the Collection policy.
  4. Attempt collection from self-pay patients and refer them to the financial counselor to see if they qualify for charity care.
  5. Stay within a = to or <5% error rate over a 90 day avg and complete day end review before ending shift each day.
  6. Direct patient / family to appropriate departments for additional studies; lab, x-ray, etc.
  7. Schedules patients for follow-up studies / appointments.
  8. Files data into the patient medical record.
  9. Input charges after each clinic.
  10. May be required to type some dictation as needed.
  11. May be required to work in other offices included in the Physician Practices.

Quality Improvement

Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

 

Qualifications

High school graduate or equivalent.

Verbal and written communication skills. Ability to maintain professionalism in a demanding environment.  Knowledge of medical terminology.  Ability to problem solve, coordinate multiple requests and tasks at one time, excellent communication skills with medical providers and patients.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:02/01/2023
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Patient Registration

Description

2SR01:

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

Penobscot Valley Hospital is looking for a Screener to work full time / 40 weekly authorized hours in our Patient Registration Department.

Position: non-exempt, union, hourly rate.

The Screener will be assigned to designated entrances within our facility to provide COVID screening measures to patients, employees, and/or visitors.

JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Greet patient/employee/visitor/customer.
  2. Follow protocol to screen persons prior to entering facility. Protocol includes scripted questions, taking temporal temperature to assess ability to enter building.
  3. If patient/employee/visitor/customer meets criteria for entrance, the individual will be cleared to enter building. Color coded sticker will be provided and worn by employees who clear the screening process.
  4. Screener will direct patient or visitor to designated department, as needed.
  5. If patient/employee/visitor/customer demonstrate symptoms of COVID, Screener will contact to contact the department in which the person is going to and proceed as advised by the department. Screener will follow protocol for isolating patient.   Visitors and/employee will be denied access to building.
  6. Employees demonstrating possible COVID symptoms will be instructed to go home, contact supervisor, and await further instruction from supervisor or Infection Control Officer.

Quality Improvement:  All employees are expected to actively participate in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively support and implement Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommend process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Disaster Management:  As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

High school diploma or equivalent required.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Effective organizational skills to manage multiple tasks at once.

Must have professional appearance and demeanor appropriate for the job.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan. Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:11/30/2022
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Dietary

Description

4DT01:

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

Penobscot Valley Hospital is looking for a Clinical Dietician  to fill our per diem position.

This is an “as needed” position utilized to cover gaps in coverage including vacations, leaves of absences, and other instances of unfilled shifts. Per diem employees are required to work a minimum of 3 shifts within a 3 month period.

Position: non-exempt, non-union, hourly rate.

The Clinical Dietitian is responsible for the provision of effective nutrition therapy to patients at PVH.  The Clinical Dietitian is responsible for planning, developing, organizing, implementing and evaluating a functionally comprehensive nutrition program for patients. The Clinical Dietitian participates in creating the care plan for patients in coordination with other members of the clinical care team. The Clinical Dietitian reports to the Dietary Manager.

JOB FUNCTIONS

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

Administrative:

  • Oversees and coordinates nutritional policies and procedures for nutritional care of patients in the continuum of care and in a multidisciplinary model. Assures that all nutritional policies and procedures comply with PVH policies, state and federal regulatory guidelines.
  • Oversees menu planning to ensure delivery of safe, high quality, nutritionally adequate meals for patients.
  • Coordinates with the Dietary Manager to provide nutritional and food preparation education and training to employees preparing meals for patients, including training on food textures, supplements, allergies, and therapeutic diets. Maintains access to updated Nutrition Care Manual and provides education to all necessary staff on contents and requirements.
  • Acts as a resource to staff with questions on meal preparation, nutritional standards or patient specific situations in person, or remotely, as needed.

Clinical Nutrition:

  • Conducts nutritional screening and assessment of inpatients according to facility policy and physician order.
  • Provides nutritional counseling and education to inpatients and outpatients according to facility policy and physician order.
  • Provides consultative support to physicians, nursing and other health care disciplines as needed to provide proper nutritional care to patients; include providing education and consultation for development of clinical policies.
  • Remotely conducts patient services, such as nutritional screening or consult, as needed when not physically present at facility in HIPAA compliant manner.
  • Conducts quality improvement projects to monitor the performance of clinical nutrition programs and implement effective process improvements.
  • Maintains current registration as a Registered Dietitian and active membership with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics; maintains State of Maine licensure as a Licensed Dietitian.
  • Maintains Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics professional development plan and completes/attends educational activities to ensure professional competence in keeping with standards of care and best practices in dietetics.

 Quality Improvement:   Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Coordinates with Dietary Manager to identify, develop, implement and monitor relevant Quality Improvement initiatives and projects in support of the Hospital’s Quality Improvement Program through:

  • Monitoring key areas for quality performance on high volume, high risk, high impact and or/problem prone activities in safety, effectiveness, patient impact, timeliness and efficiency;
  • Identifying issues/problems, developing and implementing solutions and expectations for improvement and consistently monitoring progress and results;
  • Educating and involving dietary staff in Quality Improvement initiatives and empowering them to suggest improvements and potential projects, and;
  • Collaborating with other Departments as appropriate in full support of initiatives and improvements in patient safety and care.

Emergency Management:  As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

Qualifications

Registered dietitian/registry eligible. Licensed in the State of Maine. Bachelors of Science degree in nutrition/dietitian.

Good organizational, communication, and team work skills required. Minimal three years related experience required.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.   Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:01/27/2023
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Patient Registration

Description

4SR02:

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

Penobscot Valley Hospital is looking for a Screener to work per diem in our Patient Registration Department.

This is an “as needed” position utilized to cover gaps in coverage including vacations, leaves of absences, and other instances of unfilled shifts. Per diem employees are required to work a minimum of 3 shifts within a 3 month period.

Position: non-exempt, non-union, hourly rate.

The Screener will be assigned to designated entrances within our facility to provide COVID screening measures to patients, employees, and/or visitors.

JOB FUNCTIONS

 Greet patient/employee/visitor/customer.

  1. Follow protocol to screen persons prior to entering facility. Protocol includes scripted questions, taking temporal temperature to assess ability to enter building.
  2. If patient/employee/visitor/customer meets criteria for entrance, the individual will be cleared to enter building. Color coded sticker will be provided and worn by employees who clear the screening process.
  3. Screener will direct patient or visitor to designated department, as needed.
  4. If patient/employee/visitor/customer demonstrate symptoms of COVID, Screener will contact to contact the department in which the person is going to and proceed as advised by the department. Screener will follow protocol for isolating patient.   Visitors and/employee will be denied access to building.
  5. Employees demonstrating possible COVID symptoms will be instructed to go home, contact supervisor, and await further instruction from supervisor or Infection Control Officer.

Quality Improvement:  All employees are expected to actively participate in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively support and implement Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommend process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Disaster Management:  As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

High school diploma or equivalent required.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Effective organizational skills to manage multiple tasks at once.  Must have professional appearance and demeanor appropriate for the job.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.   Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:11/09/2022
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Surgical Service

Description

4SG03

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

Penobscot Valley Hospital is looking for a Surgical Technician to work per diem in our Surgical Services Department.

This is an “as needed” position utilized to cover gaps in coverage including vacations, leaves of absences, and other instances of unfilled shifts. Per diem employees are required to work a minimum of 3 shifts within a 3 month period.
Position: non-exempt, non-union, hourly rate.

To coordinate and provide quality patient care in a surgical setting.
To provide varied support for the Operating Room staff;

JOB FUNCTIONS
1. Communicates changes in patient condition/status to RN and other health care team
members
2. Assist with patient charges, and follow up calls as needed
3. Informs RN regarding any knowledge of patient information relevant to planning of care
4. Assists RN with direct patient care as needed and directed
5. Maintain a safe physical environment for patients, staff and promote wellness
6. Utilizes personal protective equipment at all times
7. Demonstrates safe, effective use of equipment and supplies
8. Reports situations involving questionable safety/legality promptly to nursing manager
9. Demonstrates knowledge of drug administration and effects
10. Participates in central sterile duties
11. Decontaminate dirty instruments using appropriate standards for cleaning and processing
equipment
12. Reassemble instrument trays with proper equipment for the surgical unit and emergency
department
13. Properly operate four sterilizers including troubleshooting of the machines
14. Properly store sterile supplies and stock of all areas of the surgical unit
15. Help break down the operating rooms and clean after each case
16. Participates in duties such as answering telephones, running faxes and copies, monitoring
and ordering OR supplies, and assembling charts
17. Serves on hospital committees and helps assist department manager to review and revise
policies and procedures.

Qualifications

BLS certified or eligible. Graduate of approved school of surgical
technology is required or equivalent training and experience.
Certification preferred.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan. Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

 

  • Date Posted:11/04/2022
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Clinic Service

Description

PC 1MS03

PVH employment application required. All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

This position is full time 40 weekly authorized hours, supporting our Physician Practices. Hourly rate, non-exempt, union position.

Provides medical assisting to the medical providers and clinical support to the office manager.  Important expectations of this position include overall accuracy, organizational talent, the ability to work independently, and excellent verbal and written language skills, computer competency, solid common sense and judgment, and an excellent customer service approach.

Interviews patient and obtain demographic and insurance information accurately.

Verify insurance eligibility and collect patient portion amounts such as co-pays according to the Collection policy.

Attempt collection from self-pay patients and refer them to the financial counselor to see if they qualify for charity care.

Stay within a = to or <5% error rate over a 90 day avg and complete day end review before ending shift each day.

Greets and escorts patients to the exam room, obtains vital signs and weight in a customer-oriented manner. Records chief complaint  or reason for visit. Reviews medication list, allergies, and updates family, social, past medical and surgical history. Informs provider of meaningful use needs of patient, such as mammogram, eye exam, etc.

Assists provider in examinations. Assist with immunizations.

Gives instructions to patients as instructed by provider.

Assures cleanliness of exam rooms after patient visits and practices Standard Precautions.

Provides telephone support using appropriate telephone technique.

Receives and processes messages accurately and promptly. Screens urgent calls and keeps provider informed.

Maintains supplies for the clinic, reorders and stocks.

Insures supplies and medications are stored according to practice standard and checks for outdates. Transports instruments in Bio hazard container for reprocessing.

Notifies secretary of diagnostic studies and referrals as requested by provider. Has scheduling knowledge and able to assist secretary if necessary.

Maintains clinical patient records. Reviews patient record before scheduled visit.

Participates in prescription renewals for patients.

Participates in gathering data for quality measures.

Insures all equipment is in proper working order and included in the Preventative Maintenance Program.

Annually participates in policy and procedure review of the practice and proposes changes as needed.

Quality Improvement

Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

Qualifications

High school diploma or GED.

Successful completion of a Medical Assistant program.  If not nationally certified (AMT, RMA, NCMA or CCMA) then must obtain Assessment-Based Recognition in Order Entry (ABR-OE) within 6 months of hire.  Computer literacy (Microsoft Office).  Excellent communication skills.  Professional appearance and demeanor.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:09/29/2022
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Administration

Description

0IF01: PVH is looking to fill the full-time salaried Infection Control Officer / Employee Health Manager position.

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

This position reports to the CNO and is responsible for the prevention, management, and investigation of hospital infection control issues as well as surveillance of infections, development of infection prevention and control policies and procedures, and infection prevention and control education for hospital personnel. The Employee Health Manager role will include promoting health and wellness in the employee populations through education, management of employee health records and requirements for employment at Penobscot Valley Hospital.

JOB FUNCTIONS – INFECTION CONTROL OFFICER

  1. Coordinates comprehensive organization-wide infection prevention and control program in accordance with current requirements of regulatory, government and accrediting/licensing agencies.
  2. Duties include surveillance for health care associated infections (HAIs); collection, analysis, and interpretation of surveillance data; outbreak investigation; and program evaluation.
  3. Responsible for the day-to-day administration and development of the infection preventions and control program.
  4. The ICO, in conjunction with the Medical Director works collaboratively with hospital staff and medical staff to ensure on-going compliance within the hospital for all patients.
  5. Develops and maintains an annual Infection Control Plan to include infection surveillance, preventions and control program based on the organization’s risk assessment and other needs in accordance with state, federal, and other reporting requirements.
  6. Collects, manages, and analyzes surveillance data using standardized methodology and defined criteria for an HAI.
  7. Organizes and maintains surveillance data and records.
  8. Reports surveillance data, finds, and analyses to the appropriate committees, patient care units, personnel, and external agencies.
  9. Monitors patients for the occurrences of communicable diseases, HAI, and resistant and epidemiologically important organisms.
  10. Monitors infectious disease and epidemiologically significant organisms occurring in the community via laboratory reports and public health reports.
  11. Identifies and evaluates clusters of infections and potential outbreaks.
  12. Institutes an outbreak investigation and control measures, as needed.
  13. Recommends isolation precautions according to the organization’s policies and procedures.
  14. Develops infection prevention and control policies in accordance with requirements of regulatory, government and accrediting/licensing agencies and recommendations of relevant professional organizations.
  15. Updates policies, as needed to maintain compliance with regulation, standards, and evidence-based guidelines.
  16. Assists the organization to evaluate and maintain readiness for state and accrediting agency surveys.
  17. Monitors and evaluates the efficacy of infection prevention and control strategies.
  18. Collaborates with all departments of the facility to design and implement strategies to prevent HAIs and transmission of multidrug-resistant organisms and other epidemiologically important organisms.
  19. Investigates exposures to communicable disease and initiates appropriate measures to prevent the transmission of disease.
  20. Evaluates products, devices, and equipment as relating to infection prevention and control.
  21. Actively participates in quality improvement activities.
  22. Maintains departmental records to be in compliance with regulatory and accrediting agencies.
  23. Provides written and verbal reports to administration and relevant committees, departments, personnel, and external agencies.
  24. Participates in orientation programs and required annual education programs.
  25. Conducts in-service education on hand hygiene, aseptic technique, infection prevention and control strategies, antiseptics and disinfectants, specific infectious diseases, and other related health care issues.
  26. Develops or obtains educational materials and programs, as needed, for personnel, patients, and visitors.
  27. Collaborates with employee health personnel to evaluate infection risks associated with renovation and construction projects and to identify control measures.
  28. Organize Infection Prevention and Control Committee meetings and maintain all meeting minutes.
  29. Works with Plant Operations to assess each construction project prior to start.
  30. Actively participates and attends meetings for professional organizations (Infection control collaborative and APIC).
  31. Maintains and reads current references on infection control.
  32. Participates yearly in at least one community education activity related to infection control in the community.
  33. Perform other duties as assigned or requested.

JOB FUNCTIONS – EMPLOYEE HEALTH MANAGER

 Supports administration with employee health databases, maintains complete and accurate employee health records.

Participates as an integral team member, collaboration with various departments and colleagues, including Safety Officer, Human Resources, Quality Director, and others as needed to advocate for employee health and safety.

Coordinates the development and implementation of all employee health initiatives and programs.

Will develop, alongside Human Resources, policies and procedures for pre-employment testing and vaccination processes, annual N95 fittings, influenza/COVID testing and/or vaccinations, and the management of potential blood exposures, employee illnesses and disease outbreaks.

 

Qualifications

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

Current State of Maine Nursing License required. Minimum of three (3) years experience in healthcare required. Bachelor’s Degree, preferred. Infection Control or other related health care field required. Infection Prevention certification is preferred. Knowledge of statistics and performance improvement and analysis methods, project management, and experience with computers required. Knowledge of healthcare competency/education software preferred. Effective communication skills, and experience in providing staff/provider education necessary.

 

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of the health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are offered dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan. Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:11/30/2022
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Human Resources

Description

0HC01:

Penobscot Valley Hospital is seeking a qualified candidate for a Human Resources Manager position.

Responsible for leading and directing the routine functions of the Human Resources (HR) department including hiring and interviewing staff, administering pay, benefits, and leave, enforcing company policies and practices and union contracts, and ensuring employer compliance.

JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Supervisory Responsibilities
  2. Recruits, interviews, hires, and trains new staff in the department.
  3. Oversees the daily workflow of the department.
  4. Provides constructive and timely performance evaluations.
  5. Handles discipline and termination of employees in accordance with company policy.

 

  1. General Duties and Responsibilities
  2. Partners with the leadership team to understand and execute the organizations human resource and talent strategy, particularly as it relates to current and future talent needs, recruiting, retention, and succession planning.
  3. Provides support and guidance to HR generalists, management, and other staff when complex, specialized, and sensitive questions and issues arise; may be required to administer and execute routine tasks in delicate circumstances such as providing reasonable accommodations, investigating allegations of wrongdoing, and terminations.
  4. Manages talent acquisition process, which may include recruitment, interviewing, and hiring of qualified job applicants, particularly for managerial, exempt, and professional roles; collaborates with departmental managers to understand skills and competencies required for openings.
  5. Analyzes trends in compensation and benefits; researches and proposes competitive base and incentive pay programs to ensure the organization attracts and retains top talent.
  6. Creates learning and development programs and initiatives that provide internal development opportunities for employees.
  7. Oversees employee disciplinary meetings, terminations, and investigations.
  8. Maintains compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations, and recommended best practices; reviews policies and practices to maintain compliance.
  9. Maintains knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management, and employment law.
  10. Performs other duties as assigned.
  1. Required Skills / Abilities
  2. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  3. Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills.
  4. Excellent organizational skills, and attention to detail.
  5. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  6. Ability to prioritize tasks, and to delegate them when appropriate.
  7. Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality.
  8. Thorough knowledge of employment related laws and regulations.
  9. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
  10. Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organizations HRIS and talent management systems.
  11. Ability to work well with others.
  12. Willingness to gain working knowledge of departmental tasks.

Quality Improvement :  Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency/Disaster Management:  As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

 

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field, required. A minimum of three years of human resource management experience, preferred. SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP highly desired. General understanding of the operations of a health care facility. HR experience in a collective bargaining unit environment, preferred. Ability to demonstrate excellent critical thinking, analytical abilities, and ability to manage simultaneous projects consistently and effectively. Must have exceptional verbal and written communication skills, and at least intermediate level skills in Microsoft Office Suite. Organizational skills, and attention to detail are critical.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of the health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are offered dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan. Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:10/05/2022
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Pharmacy

Description

PC# 4PY02

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

This is an “as needed” position utilized to cover gaps in coverage including vacations, leaves of absences, and other instances of unfilled shifts. Per diem employees are required to work a minimum of 3 shifts within a 3 month period.

Delivers pharmaceutical supplies to the clinical areas in a timely and accurate manner. Maintains par levels of inventory in order to respond to orders for medications.  Maintain bar code system to support bed side scanning.

JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Maintain security over controlled substances.
  1. Repackage bulk medication into unit dose system, and then scan barcode into Evident and Pyxis server.
  1. Maintain stock in emergency drug boxes and floor stock in designated clinical areas.
  1. Print IV labels and label all pre-mixed IV solutions mixed in pharmacy.
  1. Fill and process all medication orders from the emergency room and outpatient areas.
  1. Maintain established par levels of pharmacy stock items.
  1. Purchase and receive stock.
  1. Monitor compliance to group contracts when ordering supplies.
  1. Monitor expiration dates on all stock and supplies.
  1. Conduct monthly inspections and assure proper storage of all inventory – Make corrections when appropriate.
  1. Remove expired inventory and return to the manufacturer for disposal.
  1. Stock Pyxis units.
  1. Pick-up, order, and deliver medications.
  1. Monitor quality control of all medication refrigerators.
  1. Print patient education materials when requested.
  1. Maintain current knowledge of age related data when filling pediatric, adult, and geriatric doses. Demonstrates the ability to recognize normal doses.
  1. Ensure that all repackaging outpatient prescriptions are checked by a pharmacist prior to dispensing.
  1. Process charges daily.
  1. Upkeep of MSDS sheets / pharmacy.
  1. 340B program tasks as delegated by the Pharmacist, monthly audits/update multipliers/NDC.
  2. Upon receiving Pharmaceutical orders – update cost/NDC/scan into Evident and then scan into pyxis for Bar Code scanning.
  1. Monthly audits for Talyst and Narcotics.
  1. Rasmas – recalls/alerts.
  1. Daily overrides monitoring for ED and MS.
  1. Mapping of meds to T-system.
  1. Prints daily reports from Evident, Pyxis.
  1. Process purchase orders of all inventory materials; verify bills and supply.
  1. Send all invoices of received inventory and documents to account payable.
  1. Check all charges for accuracy; review daily; compare MAR to charges submitted. Corrections will be made at the time the discrepancy is noted.
  1. Maintain outpatient IV clinic calendars, inventory, and IV admixture program.
  1. Perform the tasks necessary for compounding sterile products: appropriate garbing, aseptic technique, hood cleaning, IV room cleaning.
  1. Cleaning and dusting of areas in the pharmacy where medications are stored.
  1. Supply medical practice offices with medications, assure security and proper storage.

 

Qualifications

High school diploma or equivalent; Maine Board of Pharmacy Licensed.  Certified Pharmacy Technician or certified within 18 months of hire date, previous experience in hospital pharmacy preferred. Chemistry, math, biology, and computer skills preferred.

 

 

 

 

Benefits

Per diem employees are eligible to participate in our 403b retirement plan and Earned Time Off (ETO) per diem accrual.

 

  • Date Posted:07/22/2022
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Enviromental Services

Description

PC# 4EN03

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

Position is per diem, as needed.  Minimum work requirement:  Must work 3 shifts within 3 month period

Hourly wage, non-exempt, non-union.

SCOPE: Provides housekeeping services throughout the building. Patients, staff and visitors are provided with a clean, safe and effective environment. 

COMMITMENT:   It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Operations/Technical
  1. Participates in the E.S. team that cleans all public areas and most patient areas and offices of the hospital.
    1. Other areas may be assigned, including off-site offices and facilities and in-hospital areas.
    2. Does not clean areas which are cleaned by the staff of that area. Examples: Kitchen and dining room are cleaned by food services staff, operating rooms by surgical department staff.
  2. Maintains non-medical supplies for use by patients, public, or hospital staff use in each area.
    1. Examples: paper towels, toilet paper, hand soap.
  3. Handles biohazard cleaning and appropriate removal of items from a designated location.
  4. Duties include
    1. performing commercial type floor care in all patient rooms and other areas as needed.
    2. defrosting refrigerators.
    3. removing drapes for cleaning.
  5. Inventories and orders supplies.
    1. Maintain supplies of needed cleaning products, paper stock, and related items.
  6. Follows a checklist when performing cleaning duties.
    1. Documents activities and progress on the checklist.
    2. Files reports with supervisor.
  7. Sets up all cleaned discharge rooms for new admissions.
  8. Exercises discretion while working around clinical or other activities in a designated area.
    1. The work of the E.S. Tech is critical to the functions of the hospital and presents the challenge to remain generally unobtrusive: uninvolved with patients, courteous with visitors, cooperative with clinical care such as nursing, and responsive to unexpected circumstances.
  9. Seeks appropriate assistance when confronted with an unusual request from a patient or family member.
  1. Coordination with Maintenance
  1. Performs incidental maintenance on premises being cleaned when a repair can be made readily with skills and equipment that the E.S. Tech has at hand.
  2. Reports any maintenance-related problems that the E.S. Tech cannot take care of incidentally.
  1. Performs courier duties as needed.

Quality Improvement Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested. When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

High school diploma or equivalent required. Previous cleaning experience in a healthcare setting preferred.   Must meet immunization requirements for healthcare workers including covid19.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.   Per diem positions are eligible for 403b retirement plan participation and Earned Time Off (ETO) accrual.

  • Date Posted:07/20/2022
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Penobscot Specialty Clinic

Description

1MS06: PVH employment application required.

All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

This position is full time 40 weekly authorized hours, supporting our Physician Practices. Hourly rate, non-exempt, union position.

SCOPE: Provides medical assisting to the medical providers and clinical support to the office manager. Important expectations of this position include overall accuracy, organizational talent, the ability to work independently, and excellent verbal and written language skills, computer competency, solid common sense and judgment, and an excellent customer service approach.

COMMITMENT: It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with the highest standards of business and professional ethics. This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves. All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

JOB FUNCTIONS 

  1. Interviews patient and obtain demographic and insurance information accurately.                         
  2. Greets and escorts patients to the exam room, obtains vital signs and weight in a customer-oriented manner. Records chief complaint or reason for visit. Reviews medication list, allergies, and updates family, social, past medical and surgical history.  Informs provider of meaningful use needs of patient, such as mammogram, eye exam, etc.
  3. Assists provider in examinations. Assist with immunizations.
  4. Gives instructions to patients as instructed by provider.
  5. Assures cleanliness of exam rooms after patient visits and practices Standard Precautions.
  6. Provides telephone support using appropriate telephone technique.
  7. Receives and processes messages accurately and promptly. Screens urgent calls and keeps provider informed.
  8. Maintains supplies for the clinic, reorders and stocks.
  9. Insures supplies and medications are stored according to practice standard and checks for outdates. Transports instruments in Bio hazard container for reprocessing.
  10. Notifies secretary of diagnostic studies and referrals as requested by provider. Has scheduling knowledge and able to assist secretary if necessary.
  11. Maintains clinical patient records. Reviews patient record before scheduled visit.
  12. Participates in prescription renewals for patients.
  13. Participates in gathering data for quality measures.
  14. Insures all equipment is in proper working order and included in the Preventative Maintenance Program.
  15. Annually participates in policy and procedure review of the practice and proposes changes as needed.

Quality Improvement: Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

High school diploma or GED.

Successful completion of a Medical Assistant program. If not nationally certified (AMT, RMA, NCMA or CCMA) then must obtain Assessment-Based Recognition in Order Entry (ABR-OE) within 6 months of hire. Computer literacy (Microsoft Office). Excellent communication skills. Professional appearance and demeanor.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:10/06/2022
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Radiology

Description

PC#1xc05

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

Positions are full time, 36 hour/week, flexible shift. Call and holiday rotation. Hourly rate, non-exempt, union.

SCOPE: Production of quality radiographs, proper management of patient records and a smooth flow of patients though the imaging department.

COMMITMENT:   It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

JOB FUNCTIONS 

Able to adjust technical factors and utilize proper shielding and immobilization devices for pediatric patients

Utilize proper technical factors and shielding for adolescents and explain procedures in a manner that adolescent patient can understand; questions female patient about chance of pregnancy.

Able to alter procedures and technical factors for geriatric patients and explain procedures in a manner that the geriatric patient can understand.

Assists Radiologist with fluoroscopic and special procedures

Can perform daily Quality Control test

Can trouble shoot equipment problems in absence of chief technologist

Maintaining supplies and reordering from central supply

Cleaning X-ray rooms and disinfecting equipment

Cleaning CR/DR – plates/panels

Burning of CD’s

Faxing and photocopying as needed

Clerical duties as needed

Properly enters Mammogram statistics into computer

Demonstrates ability to operate all x-ray equipment including, Phillips, GE, AMx4 portable and CT scanner.

Demonstrates ability to use LoRad MIV unit and perform all aspects of Mammography examination. (Mammo techs only)

Assists during biopsy procedures

Completes all associated paperwork in a timely manner

Has working knowledge of CR/DR Systems

Has working knowledge of PACs

Exercises proper radiation protection principles

Working knowledge of x-ray film digitizer

Quality Improvement: Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellen

Emergency Management:  As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

Qualifications

Graduate of an AMA-approved radiologic technology school, State of Maine license, registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Our Radiology Tech are asked to have, or to develope, alternate modality to help with coverage in services lines – CT and/or Mammo. Experience preferred but will train for competency.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan. Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:12/20/2022
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Penobscot Primary Care

Description

1MS02:

PVH employment application required. All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

This position is full time 40 weekly authorized hours, supporting our Physician Practices. Hourly rate, non-exempt, union position.

SCOPE: Provides medical assisting to the medical providers and clinical support to the office manager. Important expectations of this position include overall accuracy, organizational talent, the ability to work independently, and excellent verbal and written language skills, computer competency, solid common sense and judgment, and an excellent customer service approach.

COMMITMENT: It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with the highest standards of business and professional ethics. This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves. All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

JOB FUNCTIONS 

  1. Interviews patient and obtain demographic and insurance information accurately.                         
  2. Greets and escorts patients to the exam room, obtains vital signs and weight in a customer-oriented manner. Records chief complaint or reason for visit. Reviews medication list, allergies, and updates family, social, past medical and surgical history.  Informs provider of meaningful use needs of patient, such as mammogram, eye exam, etc.
  3. Assists provider in examinations. Assist with immunizations.
  4. Gives instructions to patients as instructed by provider.
  5. Assures cleanliness of exam rooms after patient visits and practices Standard Precautions.
  6. Provides telephone support using appropriate telephone technique.
  7. Receives and processes messages accurately and promptly. Screens urgent calls and keeps provider informed.
  8. Maintains supplies for the clinic, reorders and stocks.
  9. Insures supplies and medications are stored according to practice standard and checks for outdates. Transports instruments in Bio hazard container for reprocessing.
  10. Notifies secretary of diagnostic studies and referrals as requested by provider. Has scheduling knowledge and able to assist secretary if necessary.
  11. Maintains clinical patient records. Reviews patient record before scheduled visit.
  12. Participates in prescription renewals for patients.
  13. Participates in gathering data for quality measures.
  14. Insures all equipment is in proper working order and included in the Preventative Maintenance Program.
  15. Annually participates in policy and procedure review of the practice and proposes changes as needed.

Quality Improvement: Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

High school diploma or GED.

Successful completion of a Medical Assistant program.  If not nationally certified (AMT, RMA, NCMA or CCMA) then must obtain Assessment-Based Recognition in Order Entry (ABR-OE) within 6 months of hire.  Computer literacy (Microsoft Office).  Excellent communication skills.  Professional appearance and demeanor.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:09/21/2022
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Night Shift
  • Department:Inpatient-ED

Description

PC #1RN11

PVH employment application required. All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

Position is full time, 36 hours, night shift, including weekends and holidays on Inpatient unit floating to ED.

Hourly rate, shift differential as worked, non-exempt, union.

SCOPE: To coordinate and provide quality patient care using the nursing process.

COMMITMENT: It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics. This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves. All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Performs initial age-appropriate nursing assessment.
  2. Complete ongoing age-appropriate reassessments.
  3. Completes discharge assessment to identify patient discharge needs.
  4. Identifies priorities for the delivery of nursing care.
  5. Develops/implements plan of care based on patient needs and physician orders.
  6. Executes appropriate nursing actions to reach patient goals.
  7. Communicates patient care activities to health care team members.
  8. Updates health care team members of current status and any changes in plan.
  9. Documents patient care activities in accordance with established standards and hospital policies and procedures.
  10. Initiates specialty/supplemental nursing notes as appropriate.
  11. Assists with patient charges.
  12. Delivers patient care in accordance with hospital policies and procedures and within the scope of the state Nursing Practice Act.
  13. Maintains a physical environment that provides for patient and staff safety and wellness.
  14. Ensures that supplies and equipment are readily available and in safe working order.
  15. Reports situations involving questionable safety/legality promptly to nursing manager.
  16. Demonstrates knowledge and skills necessary to implement procedures in event of internal or external disaster.
  17. Demonstrates knowledge of drug administration and effects.
  18. Utilizes appropriate drug reference sources for drug information.
  19. Administers drugs correctly utilizing the “five rights” through med verify.
  20. Evaluates patient response to medications.
  21. Assesses need for patient / family education and provides teaching as indicated.
  22. Completes discharge plan, and ensures patient / family understanding of plan.
  23. Performs follow up calls to patients.
  24. Assesses nursing care throughout shift.
  25. Participates in MDT meetings, and bedside rounding with hospitalist and case manager.
  26. Promotes the hospital and its employees through professional behavior.
  27. Participates in department plan to meet regulatory standards.
  28. Serves on hospital committees and helps to review and revise policies and procedures.
  29. Attends staff meetings and in-services.

Quality Improvement: Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested. When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

Current Maine nursing license BSN preferred. Ability to problem solve; critical thinking skills; effective verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge base to include nursing assessment and skills for all age groups. BLS certification required and ACLS certification preferred.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

 

  • Date Posted:10/31/2022
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Inpatient-ED

Description

PC #1RN42

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

Position is full time 36 weekly authorized hours for Inpatient Unit / Emergency Unit float.  Day Shifts including weekends and holidays.   Hourly wage, non-exempt, union position.

SCOPE: To coordinate and provide quality patient care using the nursing process.

COMMITMENT:  It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

Job Functions

Performs initial age-appropriate nursing assessment.

Complete ongoing age-appropriate reassessments.

Completes discharge assessment to identify patient discharge needs.

Identifies priorities for the delivery of nursing care.

Develops/implements plan of care based on patient needs and physician orders.

Executes appropriate nursing actions to reach patient goals.

Communicates patient care activities to health care team members.

Updates health care team members of current status and any changes in plan.

Documents patient care activities in accordance with established standards and hospital policies and procedures.

Initiates specialty/supplemental nursing notes as appropriate.

Assists with patient charges.

Delivers patient care in accordance with hospital policies and procedures and within the scope of the state Nursing Practice Act.

Maintains a physical environment that provides for patient and staff safety and wellness.

Ensures that supplies and equipment are readily available and in safe working order.

Reports situations involving questionable safety/legality promptly to nursing manager.

Demonstrates knowledge and skills necessary to implement procedures in event of internal or external disaster.

Demonstrates knowledge of drug administration and effects.

Utilizes appropriate drug reference sources for drug information.

Administers drugs correctly utilizing the “five rights” through med verify.

Evaluates patient response to medications.

Assesses need for patient / family education and provides teaching as indicated.

Completes discharge plan, and ensures patient / family understanding of plan.

Performs follow up calls to patients.

Assesses nursing care throughout shift.

Participates in MDT meetings, and bedside rounding with hospitalist and case manager.

Promotes the hospital and its employees through professional behavior.

Participates in department plan to meet regulatory standards.

Serves on hospital committees and helps to review and revise policies and procedures.

Attends staff meetings and in-services.

Quality Improvement:   Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management:  As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

Current Maine nursing license BSN preferred. Ability to problem solve; critical thinking skills; effective verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge base to include nursing assessment and skills for all age groups.

BLS certification required and ACLS certification preferred.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:10/21/2022
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:7am - 7pm
  • Department:Inpatient-ED

Description

PC #1RN08

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

Position is full time 36 weekly authorized hours,  Inpatient unit with float to Emergency.  7am – 7pm shifts including weekends and holidays.  Hourly rate, non-exempt, union position.

SCOPE: To coordinate and provide quality patient care using the nursing process.

COMMITMENT:  It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

Job Functions

Performs initial age-appropriate nursing assessment.

Complete ongoing age-appropriate reassessments.

Completes discharge assessment to identify patient discharge needs.

Identifies priorities for the delivery of nursing care.

Develops/implements plan of care based on patient needs and physician orders.

Executes appropriate nursing actions to reach patient goals.

Communicates patient care activities to health care team members.

Updates health care team members of current status and any changes in plan.

Documents patient care activities in accordance with established standards and hospital policies and procedures.

Initiates specialty/supplemental nursing notes as appropriate.

Assists with patient charges.

Delivers patient care in accordance with hospital policies and procedures and within the scope of the state Nursing Practice Act.

Maintains a physical environment that provides for patient and staff safety and wellness.

Ensures that supplies and equipment are readily available and in safe working order.

Reports situations involving questionable safety/legality promptly to nursing manager.

Demonstrates knowledge and skills necessary to implement procedures in event of internal or external disaster.

Demonstrates knowledge of drug administration and effects.

Utilizes appropriate drug reference sources for drug information.

Administers drugs correctly utilizing the “five rights” through med verify.

Evaluates patient response to medications.

Assesses need for patient / family education and provides teaching as indicated.

Completes discharge plan, and ensures patient / family understanding of plan.

Performs follow up calls to patients.

Assesses nursing care throughout shift.

Participates in MDT meetings, and bedside rounding with hospitalist and case manager.

Promotes the hospital and its employees through professional behavior.

Participates in department plan to meet regulatory standards.

Serves on hospital committees and helps to review and revise policies and procedures.

Attends staff meetings and in-services.

Quality Improvement:   Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management:  As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

Qualifications

Current Maine nursing license BSN preferred.

Ability to problem solve; critical thinking skills; effective verbal and written communication skills. Knowledge base to include nursing assessment and skills for all age groups.

BLS certification required and ACLS certification preferred.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:10/26/2022
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Radiology

Description

PC# 4xc02

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

This position is per diem, as needed. Hourly rate, non-exempt, non-union.

SCOPE: Production of quality radiographs, proper management of patient records and a smooth flow of patients though the imaging department.

COMMITMENT: It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics. This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves. All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

JOB FUNCTIONS 

  1. Able to adjust technical factors and utilize proper shielding and immobilization devices for pediatric patients
  1. Utilize proper technical factors and shielding for adolescents and explain procedures in a manner that adolescent patient can understand; questions female patient about chance of pregnancy.
  1. Able to alter procedures and technical factors for geriatric patients and explain procedures in a manner that the geriatric patient can understand.
  1. Assists Radiologist with fluoroscopic and special procedures
  1. Can perform daily Quality Control test
  1. Can trouble shoot equipment problems in absence of chief technologist
  1. Maintaining supplies and reordering from central supply
  1. Cleaning X-ray rooms and disinfecting equipment
  1. Cleaning CR/DR – plates/panels
  1. Burning of CD’s
  1. Faxing and photocopying as needed
  1. Clerical duties as needed
  1. Properly enters Mammogram statistics into computer
  1. Demonstrates ability to operate all x-ray equipment including, Phillips, GE, AMx4 portable and CT scanner.
  1. Demonstrates ability to use LoRad MIV unit and perform all aspects of Mammography examination. (Mammo techs only)
  1. Assists during biopsy procedures
  1. Completes all associated paperwork in a timely manner
  1. Has working knowledge of CR/DR Systems
  1. Has working knowledge of PACs
  1. Exercises proper radiation protection principles
  1. Working knowledge of x-ray film digitizer

22.  Quality Improvement:  Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

23.   Emergency Management:  As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

 

 

Qualifications

Graduate of an AMA-approved radiologic technology school, State of Maine license, registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

Experience in alternate modalities (Mammo and/or CT) preferred to assist in available service lines.   Will train.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:10/14/2021
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Laboratory Service

Description

PC #1TT09

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

This position is full time, 36 hours/week, flexible shifts, Holiday and weekend rotation.  Union, non-exempt, hourly rate

SCOPE: Perform blood collection procedures using a variety of techniques.  Interact with patients.  Process orders through information system and label specimens.  Provide technical training to students.  Perform equipment maintenance.  Perform quality control and waived / non-waived patient testing with a variety of automated and non-automated methods on all shifts, sometimes without direct supervision.  Process reported results through information system and maintain regulatory documentation.

COMMITMENT:        It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Judge test order appropriateness.
  1. Accurately transcribe provider test orders.
  1. Process standing and verbal orders.
  1. Obtain Advance Beneficiary Notice if required.
  1. Positively identify patient.
  1. Collect blood specimens in appropriate tubes using technique appropriate to age and physical state of patient.
  1. Annual inservice on handling patient emergencies.
  1. Instruct / direct collection of urine specimens using technique appropriate to test ordered.
  1. Determine acceptability of specimens and rejects per policy.
  1. Give collection requirements to patients and providers.
  1. Process specimens.
  1. Process referral specimens up to point of shipment.
  1. Stock supplies within and maintain a neat and orderly work area.
  1. Maintain inventory.
  1. Maintain analyzers.
  1. Perform instrument calibration and quality control.
  1. Recognize an unexpected or out-of-control QC value and troubleshoot system before reporting patient results.
  1. Notify supervisor of discrepant results, non-functioning equipment, and unresolved QC problems.
  1. Perform laboratory testing in all areas.
  1. Recognize an unexpected and/or abnormal result, correlating with patient age and sex, and troubleshoot system.
  1. Recognize interfering substances that can affect results.
  1. Alert provider of panic values per policy.
  1. Process outgoing laboratory reports.
  1. Distribute reports.
  1. File laboratory reports.
  1. Operate CPSI system within scope of responsibility.
  1. Instruct and observe students in performing testing.
  1. Orient new employees through responsible areas.
  1. Review new policies and procedures.
  1. Seeks to upgrade or broaden skills, maintains Lab and BLS Certifications.
  1. Use personal protective equipment during collection and testing, including gloves.
  1. Appropriately use BD safety needles and Point-Lok device.
  1. Appropriately use aerosol shields and safety caps.
  1. Immediately dispose capped needle and holder.
  1. Appropriately use Sharps containers and red bag waste.
  1. Observe, report, and eliminate safety hazards within work area.
  1. Follow safety and exposure control procedures.

Quality Improvement:   Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management:    As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

National medical / clinical laboratory technician certification required, such as ASCP, AMT, or equivalent. BLS required.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:09/02/2022
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Administration

Description

PC #0NO01

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

This position is full time, salaried, day shifts.  Non-union

SCOPE: Plans, organizes, directs and leads Patient Care Services. This position will also serve as the organization’s Risk Manager.

COMMITMENT:  It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

General Competencies:

  • Professional behavior is demonstrated always, both when on duty and as a representative of the hospital outside of normal work hours.
  • A positive working relationship with patients, visitors, and staff. Respectful with all interactions.
  • Organizational ability and time management is demonstrated.
  • Plans, organizes, directs and leads the Patient Care Services Service. Service include, but may not be limited to: Inpatient/swing bed Services, Surgical Services, Outpatient Medical Services, Case Management, Emergency Services, Emergency Preparedness, Utilization Review, Cardio/Pulmonary Services, Infection Control, Employee Health, and Quality.
  • Assess the quality of care rendered by Patient Care Services and defines and maintains the quality standards of practice within the facility.
  • Initiates the development and implementation of policies and procedures that govern Patient Care Service in collaboration with appropriate services. Assures that all Patient Care Service manuals are developed, reviewed, revised and updated on a regular basis.
  • Establishes and maintains an organizational plan consistent with the overall hospital organization.
  • Develops and maintains clinical and administrative records. Reports as required. Maintains confidentiality.
  • Establishes staffing requirements and policies for recruitment, selection and placement of qualified personnel. Ensures competencies and maintains a systemwhich indicates qualifications, experience and accomplishments of each member of the department.
  • Establishes and maintains job specifications and descriptions for Patient Care Service personnel. Establishes standards for the evaluation of personnel performance. Assures that performance evaluations are done objectively, accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Promotes and maintains harmonious and effective relationships and communications within the Patient Care and with the facility.
  • Oversees a staff education program for orientation, continuing education and skill training programs for staff.
  • Willingness to work beyond normal working hours, and in other positions temporarily when critically necessary.
  • Is involved with personnel, visitors, and government agencies, etc., when necessary.
  • Must function independently, have personal integrity, have flexibility and the ability to work effectively with other personnel, clients and support agencies.
  • Specific Competencies:
  • Plans, develops, implements and manages the annual budget for Patient Care Services. Reviews financial reports monthly. Collaborates with the CFO for budget variances.
  • Participates in planning, decision making and policy formulation and Strategic Planning as a member of the Senior Leadership Team.
  • Keeps the Senior Leadership Team informed of Patient Care Service activities.
  • Collaborates with the medical Staff regarding clinical aspects of patient/ resident care. Represents Patient Care Service on various hospital and Medical Staff committees.
  • Manages, mentors and leads assigned Department Directors.
  • Assures that the continuous Quality Assurance and Improvement process is accomplished on an ongoing basis
  • Is knowledgeable regarding State and Federal regulations and develops policies, procedures and protocols accordingly. Coordinates information for regulatory agency reviews and participates in all facility surveys including plans of correction.
  • Develops short and long term goals and objectives in consultation with the CEO and consistent with the facilities philosophy. Participates in facility projects and public relations programs.
  • Investigates irregularities and policy violations and takes corrective action as needed. Is knowledgeable regarding the disciplinary action process and follows the facility policy and procedure. Documents all actions taken and reports to administration as needed.
  • Reviews and monitors work schedules, work hours, and duty assignments of Patient Care Service personnel and effects change as needed. Analyzes and evaluates nursing and related services to assure quality patient/ resident care and appropriate levels of productivity. Keeps informed regarding patient/ resident census and acuity. Makes department rounds on a regular basis.
  • Reviews Risk Event Reports and Concerns/Complaints. Directs appropriate action as needed. Reports pertinent information to the CEO.
  • Consults with pharmacy and medical staff concerning control and administration of medications. Ensures that Patient Care Service personnel are knowledgeable on drug details.
  • Promotes and encourages professional growth and development of all Patient Care Service personnel. Investigates new, evidence-based care updates for application as appropriate.
  • Ensures proper and economical use of equipment, supplies and facilities for maintaining patient care. Investigates new equipment, supplies and products and recommends purchases within budgetary process.
  • Actively participates in facility meetings and serves as a consultant to other departments as requested.
  • Performs other tasks as delegated by the CEO.
  • Works with other members of Senior Leadership team to cover Administrator On Call Schedule.
  • Professional Requirements:
    • Adheres to dress code; appearance is neat and professional.
    • Completes annual education requirements if applicable.
    • Maintains regulatory requirements.
    • Wears identification while on duty.
    • Attends annual evaluation and participates actively in this process.
    • Reports to work on time and as scheduled; completes work in designated time.
    • Attends all meetings as appropriate.
    • Exhibits the mission and vision of Penobscot Valley Hospital in the performance of job duties.
    • Hours are generally 0800-1700, but may vary according to the needs of the service. Responsibility is for twenty-four hour operation of the service.

Quality Improvement: Assumes primary responsibility for developing, implementing and monitoring Department-specific Quality Improvement initiatives and projects in support of the Hospital’s Quality Improvement Program through: 1.) Monitoring key areas for quality performance on high volume, high risk, high impact and/or problem prone activities in safety, effectiveness, patient impact, timeliness and efficiency; 2.) Identifying issues/problems, developing and implementing solutions and expectations for improvement and consistently monitoring progress and results; 3.) Reporting Departmental quality improvement initiatives to the Quality Improvement Committee; 4.) Educating, leading and motivating Department staff in an acute awareness of and ongoing commitment to the Hospital’s Quality Improvement Program and their role therein; 5.)Collaborating with other Departments as appropriate in full support of initiatives and improvements in patient safety and care.

Emergency Management: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

Current Maine Registered Nurse license. 5 years of clinical experience. 5-10 years of progressive leadership experience. BSN required. Master’s degree in related field, e.g., Nursing, Business, Healthcare Administration, etc., preferred. Excellent critical thinking and problem solving abilities. Excellent written and verbal communications skills.

Skills: BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC and STABLE certifications required.

 

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:05/13/2022
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Clinic Service

Description

PC# 4DS13

Position is per diem, as needed.  Non-union, non-exempt, hourly.

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

SCOPE: Provides clerical support to the clinic services. Schedules patient visits, follow-up visits, testing procedures and surgery if requested.

COMMITMENT:        It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Schedules appointments appropriately following guidelines established by the physician.
  1. Interviews patient and obtain demographic and insurance information accurately.
  2. Direct patient / family to appropriate departments for additional studies; lab, x-ray, etc.
  3. Schedules patients for follow-up studies / appointments.
  4. Files data into the patient medical record.
  5. Input charges after each clinic.
  6. May be required to type some dictation as needed.
  7. May be required to work in other offices included in the Physician Practices.

Quality Improvement:  Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management:  As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

Qualifications

High school graduate or equivalent. Verbal and written communication skills. Ability to maintain professionalism in a demanding environment.  Knowledge of medical terminology.  Ability to problem solve, coordinate multiple requests and tasks at one time, excellent communication skills with medical providers and patients.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:04/18/2022
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Radiology

Description

PC#0DM03

Position is full time, salaried, exempt, non-union

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical.

SCOPE: Achieve a smooth flow of patients through the imaging department, produce quality radiographs and properly manage patient radiographic records.

COMMITMENT:    It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

 JOB FUNCTIONS

Operations

  1. Properly performs radiologic studies in accordance with ARRT standards.
  2. Acts as a resource for staff and patients in the department.
  3. Extensive knowledge of all equipment functions and able to troubleshoot problems.
  4. Perform, document and evaluate all equipment Quality Control.
  5. Reports any QC issues and implements corrective action.
  6. Assures that all equipment is in good working order.
  7. Performs inventory of the department.
  8. Oversee departmental scheduling – staff and on-call.
  9. Develops strategies to increase clinical activities in areas where volume activities vary.
  10. Order supplies for the department.
  11. Oversee the management of information for the department; i.e. labeling files, storage of files, reports, etc.
  12. Assists the receptionist as needed.
  13. Oversee patient scheduling notifies C.S. of any changes quickly.
  14. Participates in the evaluation and selection of new equipment.
  15. Trains new staff in mammography and CT Scans.

Management/Leadership

  1. Contributes input to the hospital’s strategic plan.
  2. Annually establishes a departmental management action plan based upon the department’s goals and the hospital strategic plan.
  3. Works with other managers in allocating resources required to fulfill goals of the department / hospital.
  4. Creates, maintains, and facilitates cross functional relationships
  5. Oversees the management of safety standards and practices within department / hospital, i.e. equipment use, body mechanics / ergonomics, use of PPE, etc.
  6. Assures all staff participate in annual review of all mandatory topics (see HR policy).
  7. Consistently adheres to and holds employees accountable for compliance with hospital policies and procedures; i.e. Parking, Smoking, etc.
  8. Maintain current knowledge of hospital compliance program
  9. Executes job functions in an ethical and professional manner.
  10. Participates in community activities / contributes to community efforts when applicable.
  11. Updates departmental policies and procedures annually and as necessary
  12. QI: Assumes primary responsibility for developing, implementing and monitoring Department-specific Quality Improvement initiatives and projects in support of the Hospital’s Quality Improvement Program through: 1.) Monitoring key areas for quality performance on high volume, high risk, high impact and/or problem prone activities in safety, effectiveness, patient impact, timeliness and efficiency; 2.) Identifying issues/problems, developing and implementing solutions and expectations for improvement and consistently monitoring progress and results; 3.) Reporting Departmental quality improvement initiatives to the Quality Improvement Committee; 4.) Educating, leading and motivating Department staff in an acute awareness of and ongoing commitment to the Hospital’s Quality Improvement Program and their role therein; 5.) Collaborating with other Departments as appropriate in full support of initiatives and improvements in patient safety and care.
  13. Emergency Management: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested. When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

Graduate of an AMA approved radiologic technology school and registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technology. Licensed or license eligible in the state of Maine. Previous experience in a managerial role preferred.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of the health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are offered dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan. Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:05/17/2022
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Enviromental Services

Description

PC# 4EN07

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

Position is per diem, as needed. Hourly wage, non-exempt, non-union.

SCOPE: Provides housekeeping services throughout the building. Patients, staff and visitors are provided with a clean, safe and effective environment. 

COMMITMENT:   It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

 

JOB FUNCTIONS

A. Operations/Technical

  1. Participates in the E.S. team that cleans all public areas and most patient areas and offices of the hospital.
    1. Other areas may be assigned, including off-site offices and facilities and in-hospital areas.
    2. Does not clean areas which are cleaned by the staff of that area. Examples: Kitchen and dining room are cleaned by food services staff, operating rooms by surgical department staff.
  2. Maintains non-medical supplies for use by patients, public, or hospital staff use in each area.
    1. Examples: paper towels, toilet paper, hand soap.
  3. Handles biohazard cleaning and appropriate removal of items from a designated location.
  4. Duties include
    1. performing commercial type floor care in all patient rooms and other areas as needed.
    2. defrosting refrigerators.
    3. removing drapes for cleaning.
  5. Inventories and orders supplies.
    1. Maintain supplies of needed cleaning products, paper stock, and related items.
  6. Follows a checklist when performing cleaning duties.
    1. Documents activities and progress on the checklist.
    2. Files reports with supervisor.
  7. Sets up all cleaned discharge rooms for new admissions.
  8. Exercises discretion while working around clinical or other activities in a designated area.
    1. The work of the E.S. Tech is critical to the functions of the hospital and presents the challenge to remain generally unobtrusive: uninvolved with patients, courteous with visitors, cooperative with clinical care such as nursing, and responsive to unexpected circumstances.
  9. Seeks appropriate assistance when confronted with an unusual request from a patient or family member.

B. Coordination with Maintenance

  1. Performs incidental maintenance on premises being cleaned when a repair can be made readily with skills and equipment that the E.S. Tech has at hand.
  2. Reports any maintenance-related problems that the E.S. Tech cannot take care of incidentally.

C. Performs courier duties as needed.

Quality Improvement Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested. When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

High school diploma or equivalent required.

Previous cleaning experience in a healthcare setting preferred.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:10/07/2021
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Case Management

Description

PC# 4SW01

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

This position is per diem, as needed.   Hourly rate, non-exempt, non-union.

SCOPE: Assists patients, families, and physicians to determine aftercare needs and services.  Arranges for needed services such as intermediate or long-term care.  Participates in file review, especially as it relates to case management and discharge planning.  Responsible to know and follow applicable laws and agreements, drafts policies for approval by case manager to accomplish effective discharge planning.  Acts as liaison for the group with outside resources, hospital leadership, medical providers and nursing. Participates in policy building and revision for Swing Bed program.

COMMITMENT:      It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

JOB FUNCTIONS

Responsibilities

  1. Engages in multi-disciplinary collaboration for all aspects of patient care.
  2. Plan for safe, appropriate and acceptable discharge, and address concerns identified in assessment and collaboration.
  3. Take a lead role in crisis intervention.
  4. “Quick” discharges.
  5. Provide support to all customers.
  6. Assist in policy revision and development for the Swing Bed Program
  7. Provides cross coverage for Case Management

Screening for discharge planning needs

  1. Receive referrals from any source and exercise judgment regarding acceptance of referrals.
  2. Screen record for high-risk indicators.
  3. Make bio-psycho-social assessment of patient, family.
  4. See patients for assessments.
  5. Assess patient and family needs regarding adjustment to illness and adjustment to plan.
  6. Improve service provided by PVH and thus improve PR of PVH.
  7. Make referrals to agencies, e.g., home health agencies, as needed, according to law and applicable agreements and using appropriate judgment.

Team involvement

  1. Participation with multi-disciplinary team meetings.
  2. Ongoing communication with team members and physicians.
  3. Participate with care plan development.

Community and staff resource

  1. Educate staff and physicians on agencies and programs that may be available to patients.
  2. Follow up with patients and agencies as needed.
  3. Provide support for adjustment to illness and adjustment to plan.
  4. Coordinate Hospital Chaplaincy Program

Quality improvement

  1. Be a part of quality improvement at PVH on an individual level and team involvement.
  2. Audit as indicated.

Documentation in the patient record

  1. Participation with the electronic medical record.
  2. Review medical records and other pertinent information as part of the assessment.
  3. See patients and families and document in the record.
  4. Make bio-psycho-social assessment of patient and plan.
  5. Document communications.
  6. Keep patient information confidential.
  7. Document referrals as indicated. 

Swing Beds

  1. Process swing bed referrals if indicated.
  2. Perform screening and assessment of patient eligibility for swing bed placement.
  3. Provide discharge planning and support to the patient and family.

Education and licensure

  1.   Maintain current license in professional field.
  2. Keep knowledgeable of new resources, professional development, and regulations.

Quality Improvement:  Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management:   As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

 

 

Qualifications

Bachelors’ degree in social work or human services filed including but not limited to sociology, special education, rehabilitation counseling and psychology, LSW Preferred. One year of social services background/experience in a healthcare setting preferred.  Awareness of federal, state, and local requirements, also resources, systems, and processes; awareness of what benefits each providers to what populations in what time frames, and how to access each by telephone, pager, fax, e-mail, etc.  Adaptable to provide direct and indirect support to each of the functions supported.  Judgment and initiative in prioritizing needed focus and tasks to meet patient and unit needs.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan. Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:02/03/2023
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Night Shift
  • Department:Emergency Department

Description

PC#1CG01

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

Position is full time 36 weekly authorized hours, 10pm-10am shift, union, non-exempt, hourly wage

SCOPE:  This is a nursing position which requires a basic preparation to perform assigned patient care activities and related non-professional services that assist registered professional nurses and physicians to care for the personal needs and comfort of patients.  The CNA is expected to meet PVH’s standards of quality delivery of care, clinical competence, cost effectiveness and personal competence.  This position assists in supportive clinical and clerical duties as needed in the Emergency Department, and float to the Med-Surg unit as needed.

COMMITMENT:    It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

Job Functions 

  1. C.N.A.’s may perform skills approved through their governing body. These skills are listed at www.maine.gov/dhhs/d/rs/cna/definitions.html. They may also perform other responsibilities approved by PVH while maintaining the C.N.A.’s scope of practice.  They are listed in the remainder of this Job Function section.

 

  1. Performs EKG.

 

  1. Performs venipuncture for blood collection purposes.

 

  1. Performs bladder scans on an adult patient, age 18 or older.

 

  1. Obtain swab for surveillance culture.

 

  1. Performs and documents repeat vital signs and weights, and chemstrips where indicated. Repeat vital signs will be conducted every hour for all patients in ED for more than one hour.

 

  1. Performs patient rounding every 60 minutes for needs of patient comfort.

 

  1. Meets personal care needs, i.e. bathing, hygiene, toileting and dressing.

 

  1. Documents care given in electronic medical record.

 

  1. Provides on going report to RN.

 

  1. Reviews all new policies and procedures.

 

  1. Answers call bells and phone promptly.

 

  1. Uses restraints properly and avoids use if possible.

 

  1. Instructs patients on transfers, ambulation, and care being given.

 

  1. Explains aspects of routine care to patients and family members.

 

  1. Assists with family education of patient abilities and needs.

 

  1. Demonstrates ability to work effectively as a multi disciplinary team member supports and assists team members in all activities.

 

  1. Communicates in an effective and efficient manner with all documentations and with all coworkers, patients, visitors and physicians.

 

  1. Ensures supplies and equipment are stocked and in safe working condition.

 

  1. Responsible to notify nursing management of equipment failure or equipment functioning concerns.

 

  1. Functions as a chaperone for examinations, assessments and treatments.

 

  1. Adheres to hospital policy addressing standard precautions, safety regulations and guidelines.

 

  1. Demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and the skills necessary to provide age appropriate care to the patients served.

 

  1. Responds to patient and visitor questions and needs immediately and within established standards.

 

  1. Maintains patient comfort and privacy for the patient.

 

  1. Enhances professional growth and development through participating in educational programs, current literature, in-service meetings and workshops. Shows responsibility for ongoing education as needed.

 

  1. Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.

 

  1. Demonstrates ability to be flexible, organized and function under stressful situations.

 

  1. Interacts professionally with patients and their families and provides explanations and verbal reassurance as necessary within the scope of practice.

 

  1. Assist with crutch use and training.

 

  1. Assists with splinting, dressings and use of ace wrap when ordered by provider.

 

  1. Assists in maintaining neatness in the Emergency Department. Performs routine cleaning of

rooms and equipment between patients.

 

  1. Adheres to infection control standards.

 

  1. Maintains patient rights and confidentiality.

 

  1. Keeps abreast of policy/institutional changes, which are pertinent to the C.N.A. role.

 

  1. Attends departmental staff meetings. (minimum 80%)

 

  1. Attends mandatory in-services.

 

  1. Transports patients as needed.

 

  1. Makes appointments as necessary and documents in EMR.

 

  1. Assists providers with getting previous medical records.

 

  1. Completes check of documentation deficiencies recovered by coders and forwards to appropriate provider, RN or documenter.

 

  1. Participates with departmental QI/QA projects.

 

  1. Represents the organization in a positive and professional manner. 

Quality Improvement: Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Disaster/Emergency Response: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

High school graduate or equivalent.

Minimum requirements: Excellent communication skills and able to establish priorities.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Basic computer knowledge.  Maintains current Maine CNA certification, and registered with the State of Maine CNA Registry.  BLS certification.  Basic arrhythmia course completion (may be obtained within six months of hire).

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost our health plan, dental, basic life and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan. Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:08/02/2021
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Flexible Shifts
  • Department:Laboratory Service

Description

PC #4TT05

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

Position is per diem, as needed.  Hourly rate, non-exempt, non-union

SCOPE: Perform blood collection procedures using a variety of techniques.  Interact with patients.  Process orders through information system and label specimens.  Provide technical training to students.  Perform equipment maintenance.  Perform quality control and waived / non-waived patient testing with a variety of automated and non-automated methods on all shifts, sometimes without direct supervision.  Process reported results through information system and maintain regulatory documentation.

COMMITMENT:        It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Judge test order appropriateness.
  1. Accurately transcribe provider test orders.
  1. Process standing and verbal orders.
  1. Obtain Advance Beneficiary Notice if required.
  1. Positively identify patient.
  1. Collect blood specimens in appropriate tubes using technique appropriate to age and physical state of patient.
  1. Annual inservice on handling patient emergencies.
  1. Instruct / direct collection of urine specimens using technique appropriate to test ordered.
  1. Determine acceptability of specimens and rejects per policy.
  1. Give collection requirements to patients and providers.
  1. Process specimens.
  1. Process referral specimens up to point of shipment.
  2. Stock supplies within and maintain a neat and orderly work area.
  3. Maintain inventory.
  4. Maintain analyzers.
  1. Perform instrument calibration and quality control.
  1. Recognize an unexpected or out-of-control QC value and troubleshoot system before reporting patient results.
  1. Notify supervisor of discrepant results, non-functioning equipment, and unresolved QC problems.
  1. Perform laboratory testing in all areas.
  1. Recognize an unexpected and/or abnormal result, correlating with patient age and sex, and troubleshoot system.
  1. Recognize interfering substances that can affect results.
  1. Alert provider of panic values per policy.
  1. Process outgoing laboratory reports.
  1. Distribute reports.
  1. File laboratory reports.
  1. Operate CPSI system within scope of responsibility.
  1. Instruct and observe students in performing testing.
  1. Orient new employees through responsible areas.
  1. Review new policies and procedures.
  1. Seeks to upgrade or broaden skills, maintains Lab and BLS Certifications.
  1. Use personal protective equipment during collection and testing, including gloves.
  1. Appropriately use BD safety needles and Point-Lok device.
  1. Appropriately use aerosol shields and safety caps.
  1. Immediately dispose capped needle and holder.
  1. Appropriately use Sharps containers and red bag waste.
  1. Observe, report, and eliminate safety hazards within work area.
  1. Follow safety and exposure control procedures.

Quality Improvement:  Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

 

Qualifications

 

National medical / clinical laboratory technician certification required, such as ASCP, AMT, or equivalent. BLS required.

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible for dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan. Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:10/14/2021
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Speech Therapy

Description

PC#0ST01

PVH employment application required.   All job offers contingent upon background check and completion of pre-employment physical

Full time, 30 hour/week, salaried, exempt, non-union.

SCOPE: Evaluation, diagnosis, treatment plan development and treatment of patients with speech-language and swallowing disorders.

COMMITMENT:       It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

JOB FUNCTIONS 

  1. Assess patient’s speech needs upon provider referral.
  1. Evaluate in accordance with age appropriate criteria.
  1. Interpret evaluation results and develop functional goals for the patient.
  1. Communicates findings and goals with patient, family and provider.
  1. Assess physical, emotional, and social needs of the patient.
  1. Completes ongoing reassessments in accordance with departmental policy and CDS.
  1. Complete discharge summary is included in medical record.
  1. Provides patient treatment in accordance with patient plan of care.
  1. Follows departmental policies and procedures.
  1. Modifies treatment plan as needed.
  1. Participates in interdisciplinary meetings and CDS and MDT.
  1. Demonstrates the ability to organize and prioritize patient care activities.
  1. Documents all aspects of care and progress for each patient.
  1. Participates in family meetings when appropriate.
  1. Completes documentation required for billing / Outpatient certifications.
  1. Completes patient charges with in EMR.
  1. Ensures that supplies and equipment are available and in safe working order for the patient interaction.
  1. Responds to patient care emergencies appropriately.
  1. CDS review of contract and recommendations.

Quality Improvement:  Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management:  As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

 

Qualifications

Master’s degree in speech-language pathology. Current license or license eligible in the state of Maine.  Must be eligible for or hold current Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.  Ability to problem solve, with effective written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge base includes speech therapy assessment and treatment for all age groups from pediatrics to geriatrics.  Valid Maine driver’s license.

 

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible for full dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan. Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:05/03/2022
  • Employment Type:Per Diem
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Central Supply

Description

PC#4CH02

Position is per diem, as needed.  Non-union, non-exempt, hourly wage.

SCOPE: Maintains appropriate level of supplies and linens to patient care areas.

COMMITMENT:        It is the policy of Penobscot Valley Hospital to provide services in compliance with all state and federal laws governing its operations and consistent with highest standards of business and professional ethics.  This policy is a solemn commitment to our patients, to our community, to those government agencies that regulate the hospital, and to ourselves.  All employees of PVH agree to comply with all local, state, and federal regulations and conduct themselves in a highly-ethical manner in the course of fulfilling their job duties.

JOB FUNCTIONS

  1. Replenish supplies and exchange supply carts in designated areas.
  2. Compute transactions, expenses, and transfer inventories of supply carts.
  3. Print reports; daily edits, inventory status, monthly requisitions.
  4. Stock patient care items in nurse servers; remove stock, disinfect and replenish stock.
  5. Compute transactions, expenses, and transfer inventories of nurse servers.
  6. Retrieve soiled laundry; wash, dry, fold and restock designated areas.
  7. Mail; collect, sort for inside and external mailing, affix postage.
  8. Receiving; count and sign received items, label items for stock, print receiving reports.
  9. Purchasing; inventory checks, place orders as necessary, attach P.O.’s to receiving report.
  10. Perform other duties as requested.
  11. Central supply daily routine description attached.

Quality Improvement: Actively participates in the Hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements Department-specific Quality improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.

Emergency Management: As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning and drills as requested.  When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.

Qualifications

Minimum 18 years old;  High School diploma or GED.

PVH employment application required. Job offer contingent upon background check and pre-employment physical.

Ability to operate various machines and equipment. Computer experience helpful.

 

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.

  • Date Posted:01/17/2022
  • Employment Type:Full time
  • Shift:Day shift
  • Department:Penobscot Primary Care

Description

PVH is seeking a full time Physician Assistant to provide care to patients in our Rural Health Clinic. Qualified candidate demonstrates a service excellence patient focused work ethic and the ability to work as part of the primary care team. Performing a variety of direct patient services; assessment, diagnosis, implementation of treatment for patients.

Qualifications

PVH employment application required. Job offer contingent upon background check, credentialing process, and completion of pre-employment physical

License Required
Bachelor’s degree; a science or healthcare related major
Accredited physician assistant program
Complete a 2-3 year, master’s level program

Experience: 3 or more years experience preferred

Certifications Required: BLS, ACLS, PALS

Benefits

PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays the full cost of primary health, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance.  Part-time employees are eligible to receive full dental, life, and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan.  Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.