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 Purpose of Your Position Responsible for all processes of outpatient registration, insurance verification, and authorizations for medical and rehabilitative services.  Supervise Registrar and front desk personnel.       Job Functions Every effort has been made to identify the essential functions of this position.  However, it in no way states or implies that these are the only duties you will be required to perform.  The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or is an essential function of the position.     Position Functions and Responsibilities   Daily review and submission of encounters/claims to insurance carriers; while addressing any issues that may arise.   Import Medicaid files, enter all explanation of benefit information and payments from carriers and other payors timely   Monitor and resolve all claim rejections for re-submission   Obtain and/or provide medical records, therapy notes and insurance authorizations to be provided to insurance carriers when requested.   Review accuracy of all incoming payments and explanation of benefits from Insurance carriers and self-pay payments. Identify further collection and/or submission to secondary carrier as required; accept assignment when no other payor is available.  Provide documentation to the clerks for posting, and to Controller for monthly reconciliation.   Review accounts for credits and process refunds if needed.   Daily reconciliation of encounters to appointment schedule.   Daily statistical reporting and monthly unitization reports provided to Management and Controller   Provide monthly aging report to the Director of Finance and Manager of Patient Accounts review all outstanding collection issues   Reviews medical orders and authorizations to verify that billing is consistent with order; if not consult with provider   Scan and deposit checks as needed, ensuring that checks are deposited before month end   Train billing staff for coverage and to ensure future succession planning   Create and periodically update Billing Department manual to include all aspects of the department duties and instructions of how billing is done via the system   Chart carrier payments made directly to patients, and on a monthly basis send invoices to guarantor for collection of outstanding portion of receivable.   Communicate with responsible party if change of insurance occurs and/or when authorization renewals are needed   Comply with established Organizational policies and procedures   Participate in all departmental in-services, meetings, and staff development activities  
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2317
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Max
USD $75,000.00/Yr.
     Purpose of Your Position Provide speech language therapy services to infants’ toddlers, preschool and school age children for a minimum of 50 weekly sessions and conduct speech language therapy assessments and evaluations.      Job Functions - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Participate in meetings and consultations with education staff and the multidisciplinary team concerning the needs of each child as related to his/her mandated services and progress updates - Work effectively with parents, teaching staff and other professionals directly involved in the care and treatment of the child to develop and monitor IEP services - Use accurate assessment skills to perform functional evaluations with reports reflecting current knowledge and evidence based practices and communicate results effectively in both written and verbal formats - Maintain accurate record keeping and IEP/IFSP goal tracking documentation as required by SED/EI and Coleman School policies for quality assurance and accountability purposes - Design and monitor assistive technology, adaptive equipment and augmentative communication needs in collaboration with team and family members - Implement and monitor feeding programs for children on assigned case load in accordance with Coleman policies and ASHA guidelines for school therapists - Serves as clinical instructor and assists with coordination of affiliation programs as needed for speech therapy students - Actively participate in the creation and implementation of an individual and School wide Professional Development Plan that inspires personal growth and informs clinical practices - Perform other tasks to support the operations of the school as assigned by School Administration
Category
Education
ID
2024-2313
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Min
USD $79,946.00/Yr.
Max
USD $102,788.00/Yr.
Purpose of Your Position   Serves as a clinical assistant to the licensed nursing staff by performing nursing procedures, basic patient care tasks and other unit activities under the supervision of a licensed nurse    Position Functions and Responsibilities - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Report on and off duty to NCC - Performs assigned duties under the direction of the NCC or her designee (i.e. the nurse in charge). - Takes report and makes rounds on assigned residents. - Prepare and transport residents to therapy in a timely manner. - Is responsible for the care and safety of assigned resident until relieved by on coming caregiver. - Participate in the implementation of the treatment plan including rehabilitation and continuous learning for the residents within the CNA scope under the direction of the RN or LPN. - Provide or assist residents with activities of daily living. - Performs therapeutic procedures for children such as bathing, grooming, playing, feeding, positioning as per policy and procedure. - Document appropriately on all flow sheets. - Assist RN and LPN as necessary in the performance of nursing care tasks. - Observe, report and record abnormal vital signs, temperatures, seizures activity, vomiting, diarrhea, behavior changes or any other abnormalities to the RN or LPN in charge. - Attend appropriate meetings and in-services - Functions as an adult role model for residents. - Performs all assigned duties in accordance with the Center for Pediatrics and Rehabilitation’s policy and procedures - Bath residents according to the Center for Pediatrics and Rehabilitation policy and Procedure. - Inspect resident’s skin and promptly report any changes to the NCC. - Carries out mouth care, hair care and as necessary trim finger and toe nails. - Make two hourly checks on incontinent residents and wash and change as necessary. - Encourages self-help measures as appropriate so that each child may reach his/her appropriate level of independence. - Check and record urine and bowel movements. - Ensure that assigned residents are appropriately prepared for school, clinic, recreation and hospital visits as scheduled and accompany/transport them as assigned. - Ensure that bedfast residents are repositioned as directed by NCC but not less than two repositions per resident hourly. - Performs restorative and rehabilitative activities as instructed and as directed by Plan of Care. - Assists in applying safety restraints to residents when directed; Monitors residents in restraints, release restraints and documents according to policy and procedure - Ensures that each resident who can use a call bell has one within reach and remind him/her to use it. - Assists co-workers with lifting, positioning and other procedures as necessary. - Be aware of facility policy on child abuse and/or neglect and promptly report any instances of abusive or inappropriate behaviors towards any resident to the NCC. - Knows and follows The Center policy and procedure with regard to infection control including hand washing and types of isolation. - Keep resident care area clean and free of clutter. - Report any unsafe conditions immediately to NCC. - Properly stores and safeguard residents’ clothing and reports too many or too few clothing and or toys to NCC. - Feeds residents or teaches residents to feed themselves as appropriate. - Ensure that hands are washed (child and caregivers) and that meal times are pleasant, dignified experiences
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2312
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Evening
Min
USD $21.38/Hr.
Max
USD $23.41/Hr.
Purpose of Your Position   Serves as a clinical assistant to the licensed nursing staff by performing nursing procedures, basic patient care tasks and other unit activities under the supervision of a licensed nurse    Position Functions and Responsibilities - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Report on and off duty to NCC - Performs assigned duties under the direction of the NCC or her designee (i.e. the nurse in charge). - Takes report and makes rounds on assigned residents. - Prepare and transport residents to therapy in a timely manner. - Is responsible for the care and safety of assigned resident until relieved by on coming caregiver. - Participate in the implementation of the treatment plan including rehabilitation and continuous learning for the residents within the CNA scope under the direction of the RN or LPN. - Provide or assist residents with activities of daily living. - Performs therapeutic procedures for children such as bathing, grooming, playing, feeding, positioning as per policy and procedure. - Document appropriately on all flow sheets. - Assist RN and LPN as necessary in the performance of nursing care tasks. - Observe, report and record abnormal vital signs, temperatures, seizures activity, vomiting, diarrhea, behavior changes or any other abnormalities to the RN or LPN in charge. - Attend appropriate meetings and in-services - Functions as an adult role model for residents. - Performs all assigned duties in accordance with the Center for Pediatrics and Rehabilitation’s policy and procedures - Bath residents according to the Center for Pediatrics and Rehabilitation policy and Procedure. - Inspect resident’s skin and promptly report any changes to the NCC. - Carries out mouth care, hair care and as necessary trim finger and toe nails. - Make two hourly checks on incontinent residents and wash and change as necessary. - Encourages self-help measures as appropriate so that each child may reach his/her appropriate level of independence. - Check and record urine and bowel movements. - Ensure that assigned residents are appropriately prepared for school, clinic, recreation and hospital visits as scheduled and accompany/transport them as assigned. - Ensure that bedfast residents are repositioned as directed by NCC but not less than two repositions per resident hourly. - Performs restorative and rehabilitative activities as instructed and as directed by Plan of Care. - Assists in applying safety restraints to residents when directed; Monitors residents in restraints, release restraints and documents according to policy and procedure - Ensures that each resident who can use a call bell has one within reach and remind him/her to use it. - Assists co-workers with lifting, positioning and other procedures as necessary. - Be aware of facility policy on child abuse and/or neglect and promptly report any instances of abusive or inappropriate behaviors towards any resident to the NCC. - Knows and follows The Center policy and procedure with regard to infection control including hand washing and types of isolation. - Keep resident care area clean and free of clutter. - Report any unsafe conditions immediately to NCC. - Properly stores and safeguard residents’ clothing and reports too many or too few clothing and or toys to NCC. - Feeds residents or teaches residents to feed themselves as appropriate. - Ensure that hands are washed (child and caregivers) and that meal times are pleasant, dignified experiences
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2311
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Evening
Min
USD $21.38/Hr.
Max
USD $23.41/Hr.
Purpose of Your Position   Serves as a clinical assistant to the licensed nursing staff by performing nursing procedures, basic patient care tasks and other unit activities under the supervision of a licensed nurse    Position Functions and Responsibilities - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Report on and off duty to NCC - Performs assigned duties under the direction of the NCC or her designee (i.e. the nurse in charge). - Takes report and makes rounds on assigned residents. - Prepare and transport residents to therapy in a timely manner. - Is responsible for the care and safety of assigned resident until relieved by on coming caregiver. - Participate in the implementation of the treatment plan including rehabilitation and continuous learning for the residents within the CNA scope under the direction of the RN or LPN. - Provide or assist residents with activities of daily living. - Performs therapeutic procedures for children such as bathing, grooming, playing, feeding, positioning as per policy and procedure. - Document appropriately on all flow sheets. - Assist RN and LPN as necessary in the performance of nursing care tasks. - Observe, report and record abnormal vital signs, temperatures, seizures activity, vomiting, diarrhea, behavior changes or any other abnormalities to the RN or LPN in charge. - Attend appropriate meetings and in-services - Functions as an adult role model for residents. - Performs all assigned duties in accordance with the Center for Pediatrics and Rehabilitation’s policy and procedures - Bath residents according to the Center for Pediatrics and Rehabilitation policy and Procedure. - Inspect resident’s skin and promptly report any changes to the NCC. - Carries out mouth care, hair care and as necessary trim finger and toe nails. - Make two hourly checks on incontinent residents and wash and change as necessary. - Encourages self-help measures as appropriate so that each child may reach his/her appropriate level of independence. - Check and record urine and bowel movements. - Ensure that assigned residents are appropriately prepared for school, clinic, recreation and hospital visits as scheduled and accompany/transport them as assigned. - Ensure that bedfast residents are repositioned as directed by NCC but not less than two repositions per resident hourly. - Performs restorative and rehabilitative activities as instructed and as directed by Plan of Care. - Assists in applying safety restraints to residents when directed; Monitors residents in restraints, release restraints and documents according to policy and procedure - Ensures that each resident who can use a call bell has one within reach and remind him/her to use it. - Assists co-workers with lifting, positioning and other procedures as necessary. - Be aware of facility policy on child abuse and/or neglect and promptly report any instances of abusive or inappropriate behaviors towards any resident to the NCC. - Knows and follows The Center policy and procedure with regard to infection control including hand washing and types of isolation. - Keep resident care area clean and free of clutter. - Report any unsafe conditions immediately to NCC. - Properly stores and safeguard residents’ clothing and reports too many or too few clothing and or toys to NCC. - Feeds residents or teaches residents to feed themselves as appropriate. - Ensure that hands are washed (child and caregivers) and that meal times are pleasant, dignified experiences
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2310
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Night
Min
USD $21.38/Hr.
Max
USD $23.41/Hr.
Purpose of Your Position   To ensure in collaboration with the Nurse Manager for each unit that safe, appropriate and goal-directed care is provided in a consistent manner, to provide support and direction to nursing staff on the evening and night tours of duty and to ensure the implementation of the Nursing Department policies and procedures on the evening and night tours of duty.   Position Functions and Responsibilities   - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Perform clinical evaluations of residents for acute illness or change in status. - Provide medical services for residents who have chronic issues as needed - Order medications and ensure proper administration. - Provide emergency services for residents and staff as needed. - Assist Employee Health office with immunizations, PPD placement and reading, and staff assessments as needed. - Address abnormal laboratory results and document assessment and plans. - Order and arrange transfer of residents to acute care facilities as indicated, including provision of written consultation and telephone call to receiving ED. - Write thorough notes including history, physical exam, assessment, and plan for resident encounters. - Use electronic medical record for notes and orders. - Provide end-of-shift sign out to nursing and medical staff. - Make rounds to ensure that all residents are seen at least one time per shift. - In partnership with nurse supervisor, take active role in education, support, and guidance of staff. - Meet with parents, physicians, other staff, and/or administration as needed. - Maintain knowledge base through continuing professional education programs and provide documentation to medical staff office. - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by supervisor, department director, and/or administration.  
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2309
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Night
Min
USD $130,000.00/Yr.
Max
USD $143,000.00/Yr.
- Demonstrate professional and administrative leadership for the management of the Occupational Therapy Department - Responsible for daily operations of all occupational therapy services insuring compliance with standards of care and productivity protocols - Plan departmental goals and objectives for children ages 0-21 years in compliance with organizational Mission and Values - Coordinates all activities of the Appliance Clinic with the Chief Medical Officer.     Job Functions Every effort has been made to identify the essential functions of this position.  However, it in no way states or implies that these are the only duties you will be required to perform.  The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or is an essential function of the position.       Position Functions and Responsibilities 1.       Responsible to treat 4-6 patients a day. 2.       Responsible for recruitment and supervision of discipline specific staff in collaboration with Director of Rehabilitation and Chief Medical Officer. 3.       Ensure compliance with discipline specific standard of care protocols 4.       Participate in development of Quality Improvement Plan and complete quarterly monitoring reports with timely submission to the Director of Rehabilitation. 5.       Maintain appropriate productivity levels in daily scheduling of patients 6.       Participate in discipline specific meetings with staff on a regular basis. 7.       Participate in weekly interdisciplinary meetings with Director of Rehabilitation and weekly clinic leadership meetings with Clinic Director and Chief Medical Officer. 8.       Administer discipline specific duties in accordance with ESCRC policies and procedures. 9.       Carry out all duties that may be requested by Director of Rehabilitation and/or Chief Medical Officer.  10.    Responsible for material management, monitoring of inventory. 11.    Keep current with industry standard for department.  12.    Carry out staff development and in-service training on scheduled basis. 13.    Assist in treatment responsibilities when necessary 14.    Responsible for management of Student Program in conjunction with Supervisors and Director of Rehabilitation. 15.    Comply with established ESCRC policies and procedures re: quality assurance, safety, environmental and infection control, confidentiality of patient information, customer service, attendance, punctuality, dress code, professional conduct, annual health assessments etc.
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2308
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Min
USD $115,000.00/Yr.
Max
USD $120,000.00/Yr.
Purpose of Your Position To plan, implement and evaluate nursing care provided, including restorative care for residents. As the direct care provider of health services, he/she shares appropriate information with all other health services staff in an effort to assist each resident in achieving his/her maximum level of development.    Position Functions and Responsibilities - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Utilizing the nursing process, the RN assesses the resident, plans intervention and evaluates the outcome of care provided. - Performs treatments and special care as required, ex. tracheotomy care, central venous lines, oxygen administration, cast care, dressing changes, etc. - Administer medication and immunization as ordered. - Confer with physician or other health team members regarding patient care management. - Assist the physician in performing physical examinations and treatments. - Evaluate the effects of prescribed treatment including orthotics and report same to appropriate disciplines. - Observe, report and record abnormal vital signs, seizures activity, other disease manifestations and other clinically significant data. - Implement plan of care as outlines in the resident’s Interdisciplinary Care Plan including positioning, play, feeding techniques, behavior modifications plan etc. - Participate in completing MDS. Revised care plan as resident condition changes. - Assumes the role of nurse in charge of a unit for the shift as assigned - Educate residents and families with regard to their treatment plan - Document interventions and teaching outcomes accurately and timely - Maintain a safe therapeutic resident care environment. - Directs and supervises CNAs, unit a clerk, LPN and other RN’s when in charge. - Establishes effective working relations with staff residents and family members. - Ensures that the Center and the Department of Nursing policies and procedures are follow in the planning implementation and evaluation of care. - Review medication administration records for completeness at end of shift. - Give and receives the nursing report and follow through on any special instructions. - When in charge makes periodic checks to ensure that prescribed treatments are being properly administered by LPN’s and CNAs and to evaluate the residents physical and emotional status. - Participates in the orientation of new staff residents and families to the unit. - Carries out restorative and rehabilitative programs including teaching resident to wash/feed/dress self as appropriate. - Ensures that the facility policy on the use of restraints is followed and that documentation is timely and accurate. - Ensure that the unit is kept clean free from clutter and that the supply room door is kept locked; request the supervisor’s intervention as necessary to achieve this. - Follows infection control standards and ensures that assigned personnel do likewise. - Keep abreast of new nursing policies and procedures. - Keep nurses notes, plan of care and all other documentation pertaining to your assigned resident timely accurate and complete. - Carries out end of shift responsibility e.g. supplies are available for next shift’. Unit is clean and tidy; all documentation is complete and accurate. - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by your supervisor, department director, and/or administrator.
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2305
Position Type
Part Time
Shift
Day
Min
USD $46.16/Hr.
Max
USD $58.02/Hr.
Purpose of Your Position To plan, implement and evaluate nursing care provided, including restorative care for residents. As the direct care provider of health services, he/she shares appropriate information with all other health services staff in an effort to assist each resident in achieving his/her maximum level of development.    Position Functions and Responsibilities - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Utilizing the nursing process, the RN assesses the resident, plans intervention and evaluates the outcome of care provided. - Performs treatments and special care as required, ex. tracheotomy care, central venous lines, oxygen administration, cast care, dressing changes, etc. - Administer medication and immunization as ordered. - Confer with physician or other health team members regarding patient care management. - Assist the physician in performing physical examinations and treatments. - Evaluate the effects of prescribed treatment including orthotics and report same to appropriate disciplines. - Observe, report and record abnormal vital signs, seizures activity, other disease manifestations and other clinically significant data. - Implement plan of care as outlines in the resident’s Interdisciplinary Care Plan including positioning, play, feeding techniques, behavior modifications plan etc. - Participate in completing MDS. Revised care plan as resident condition changes. - Assumes the role of nurse in charge of a unit for the shift as assigned - Educate residents and families with regard to their treatment plan - Document interventions and teaching outcomes accurately and timely - Maintain a safe therapeutic resident care environment. - Directs and supervises CNAs, unit a clerk, LPN and other RN’s when in charge. - Establishes effective working relations with staff residents and family members. - Ensures that the Center and the Department of Nursing policies and procedures are follow in the planning implementation and evaluation of care. - Review medication administration records for completeness at end of shift. - Give and receives the nursing report and follow through on any special instructions. - When in charge makes periodic checks to ensure that prescribed treatments are being properly administered by LPN’s and CNAs and to evaluate the residents physical and emotional status. - Participates in the orientation of new staff residents and families to the unit. - Carries out restorative and rehabilitative programs including teaching resident to wash/feed/dress self as appropriate. - Ensures that the facility policy on the use of restraints is followed and that documentation is timely and accurate. - Ensure that the unit is kept clean free from clutter and that the supply room door is kept locked; request the supervisor’s intervention as necessary to achieve this. - Follows infection control standards and ensures that assigned personnel do likewise. - Keep abreast of new nursing policies and procedures. - Keep nurses notes, plan of care and all other documentation pertaining to your assigned resident timely accurate and complete. - Carries out end of shift responsibility e.g. supplies are available for next shift’. Unit is clean and tidy; all documentation is complete and accurate. - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by your supervisor, department director, and/or administrator.
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2304
Position Type
Part Time
Shift
Day
Min
USD $46.16/Hr.
Max
USD $58.02/Hr.
Purpose of Position   Performs daily cleaning tasks for residents rooms, nursing station, lounges, restrooms, offices, and any other areas assigned in accordance with standard procedures of the Environmental Services Department and in accordance with facility standards and objectives. Receive, sort, wash, dry, fold, track, and deliver laundry within the Pediatric Center, following prescribed standards.    Requirements - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Performs all environmental services-related tasks demonstrating service orientation to residents, staff, visitors and fellow employees - Performs basic cleaning functions in assigned areas following established schedules and using prescribed methods - Clean resident rooms, offices, corridors, stairways, furniture, restrooms, shower rooms, and other related areas/or function. Cleaning entails high dusting, sanitizing and spot cleaning, bathroom cleaning, emptying wastebaskets, floor dusting or carpet vacuuming. - Cleans wheelchairs, other equipment as assigned. - High dusting, Dust horizontal surfaces. - Damp-wipes stairways treads and railings. - Damp-wipes elevators cabs and mop floors. - Operates wet/dry vacuum units and operates carpet vacuums; vacuum carpets and runners; spot clean as needed. Operates Steamer and pressure washer. - Damp wipe clean all furniture. - Cleans and polishes metal and porcelain fixtures in bathroom. - Mops and sanitizes floors of rooms and offices. - Washes walls, glass doors and spot cleans walls and windows as needed. - Polishes metal and surfaces. - Replenishes bathroom supplies. - Performs “check-out” cleaning as assigned. - Dust and wet mop floors. - Scrubs or buffs floors with appropriate equipment. - Vacuums and shampoos carpets. - Strips and refinishes hard surface floors. - Transports waste from utility rooms and other collection points and dispose of in the compactor or place it in the holding area. - Cycle cleans induction units, light fixtures and windows. - Cycle cleans ceilings and walls. - Measure and mix cleaning chemicals. - Assists in cleaning of emergency spills when observed or upon request. - Maintains assigned equipment for cleanliness and recommends repairs as needed. - Observes and reports the general need for repairs to equipment, furniture, building and fixture. - Collects. sorts and weighs soiled laundry, linen, garments, etc., and place it in appropriate containers. - Sorts, counts, and washes soiled laundry, linen in accordance with the established procedures. - Inspects and sorts linen as it is received from laundry; record and return rejects to laundry - Folds clean linen and delivers covered carts to all user locations - Takes count of linen not used from previous delivery - Replenishes linen according to established PAR level - Loads/unloads washers and dryers - Washes and irons staff uniforms - Prints and hot labels residents clothing - Maintains log for linen closets, documenting unused linen, and report any apparent discrepancy between established standards and actual usage - Maintains the linen room in a clean and orderly condition - In case of fire or other internal disaster, assists in the evacuation of residents. - In case of external disaster, assists nursing in making up extra beds, prepares to deliver extra linen, and other duties as assigned. - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by your supervisor, department director, and/or administrator.
Category
Food Services/Hospitality
ID
2024-2303
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Min
USD $21.56/Hr.
Max
USD $23.64/Hr.
Purpose of Position   Performs daily cleaning tasks for residents rooms, nursing station, lounges, restrooms, offices, and any other areas assigned in accordance with standard procedures of the Environmental Services Department and in accordance with facility standards and objectives. Receive, sort, wash, dry, fold, track, and deliver laundry within the Pediatric Center, following prescribed standards.    Requirements - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Performs all environmental services-related tasks demonstrating service orientation to residents, staff, visitors and fellow employees - Performs basic cleaning functions in assigned areas following established schedules and using prescribed methods - Clean resident rooms, offices, corridors, stairways, furniture, restrooms, shower rooms, and other related areas/or function. Cleaning entails high dusting, sanitizing and spot cleaning, bathroom cleaning, emptying wastebaskets, floor dusting or carpet vacuuming. - Cleans wheelchairs, other equipment as assigned. - High dusting, Dust horizontal surfaces. - Damp-wipes stairways treads and railings. - Damp-wipes elevators cabs and mop floors. - Operates wet/dry vacuum units and operates carpet vacuums; vacuum carpets and runners; spot clean as needed. Operates Steamer and pressure washer. - Damp wipe clean all furniture. - Cleans and polishes metal and porcelain fixtures in bathroom. - Mops and sanitizes floors of rooms and offices. - Washes walls, glass doors and spot cleans walls and windows as needed. - Polishes metal and surfaces. - Replenishes bathroom supplies. - Performs “check-out” cleaning as assigned. - Dust and wet mop floors. - Scrubs or buffs floors with appropriate equipment. - Vacuums and shampoos carpets. - Strips and refinishes hard surface floors. - Transports waste from utility rooms and other collection points and dispose of in the compactor or place it in the holding area. - Cycle cleans induction units, light fixtures and windows. - Cycle cleans ceilings and walls. - Measure and mix cleaning chemicals. - Assists in cleaning of emergency spills when observed or upon request. - Maintains assigned equipment for cleanliness and recommends repairs as needed. - Observes and reports the general need for repairs to equipment, furniture, building and fixture. - Collects. sorts and weighs soiled laundry, linen, garments, etc., and place it in appropriate containers. - Sorts, counts, and washes soiled laundry, linen in accordance with the established procedures. - Inspects and sorts linen as it is received from laundry; record and return rejects to laundry - Folds clean linen and delivers covered carts to all user locations - Takes count of linen not used from previous delivery - Replenishes linen according to established PAR level - Loads/unloads washers and dryers - Washes and irons staff uniforms - Prints and hot labels residents clothing - Maintains log for linen closets, documenting unused linen, and report any apparent discrepancy between established standards and actual usage - Maintains the linen room in a clean and orderly condition - In case of fire or other internal disaster, assists in the evacuation of residents. - In case of external disaster, assists nursing in making up extra beds, prepares to deliver extra linen, and other duties as assigned. - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by your supervisor, department director, and/or administrator.
Category
Food Services/Hospitality
ID
2024-2299
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Min
USD $21.56/Hr.
Max
USD $23.64/Hr.
POSITION SUMMARY Provides day to day support to management in the interpretation and application of company policies and procedures, regulatory guidelines and collective bargaining agreements. Serves as team liaison to White Plains worksite insuring alignment of Talent Management initiatives and functions with leadership and staff. Coordinate recruitment and onboarding for School and Clinic and provides guidance on employee relations issues as necessary.    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES Every effort has been made to identify the essential functions of this position.  However, it in no way states or implies that these are the only duties you will be required to perform.  The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or is an essential function of the position. - Understands and promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission, Vision, and Core Values to ensure application with organizational policies and procedures. - Develops recruitment plans for approved vacancies that include input from hiring manager and sources for top talent with cultural fit and requisite skill set to meet the demands of the position. Recruit exempt and non-exempt staff. - Coordinates recruitment and onboarding activities ensuring talent is sourced for organizational fit and requisite skill set and new staff is appropriately transitioned into new role. - Works closely with supervisors and managers to ensure the consistent and fair resolution of employee relations issues. Provides guidance on contract compliance.  Ensures all data available is reviewed prior to rendering a decision that is in the best interest of the employee and the company. - Provides support to management in a variety of forums including company programs and policies, employee and labor relations, recruitment/onboarding new staff, employee engagement, and orienting new staff. - Provides advice to employees concerning work-related questions and concerns providing feedback to management as appropriate. - Participates in investigations to ensure appropriate resolution of all employee issues and concerns. Works proactively with Managers to mitigate future issues. - Familiar with and adheres to contractual requirements in conducting disciplinary investigations and completes investigations in a timely manner. Prepares Disciplinary Action Notice. - Assists and coordinates in related areas of Talent Management as necessary, to insure standard level of practice across all entities. - Maintains work-related statistics and prepares reports as necessary. Contributes to monthly HR metrics and analytics as necessary. - Works collaboratively with managers in developing retention strategies for the organization and participates in deployment of retention initiatives as needed. Effectively participates in employee engagement activities that positively impact retention - Maintains work-related statistics and prepares monthly HR metrics for areas of responsibility that include, but are not limited to, turnover analysis, recruitment cost and strategies, performance management, and onboarding statistics. - Assist with the creation, updating, and implementation of HR policies, practices and processes - Identifies trends and provides guidance to management to mitigate employee relations issues and promote a positive work culture. - Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishes personal networks; participating in professional societies. - Complete special projects, as assigned. - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by your department director, and/or administrator.
Category
Human Resources
ID
2024-2298
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Min
USD $110,000.00/Yr.
Max
USD $125,000.00/Yr.
POSITION SUMMARY Perform the installation of desktop applications and computer hardware.  Diagnose and resolve systems problems as they relate to the desktop hardware, operating systems or the application software installed or operated from desktop computers.  Provide technical support for approved applications, including training.  With supervision, perform basic systems administrative functions such as the creation of domain and email accounts, support user file/folder permissions, perform server backups and simple user directory restores, and monitor overall systems performance.  Identify needs for assessing the scope of projects and coordinating the implementation of systems. Document PC and applications configurations, deployment, and inventory. In performing daily tasks, the employee has regular access to printed and electronic files containing sensitive data which he/she will protect under the provisions of the Privacy Act of 1974. The employee is responsible for: 1) protecting data from unauthorized release or from loss, alteration, or unauthorized deletion; and, 2) following applicable laws and instructions regarding access to computerized files, access codes, etc. as stated in a computer access agreement which each employee signs.     ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES Every effort has been made to identify the essential functions of this position.  However, it in no way states or implies that these are the only duties you will be required to perform.  The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or is an essential function of the position. - Promote the organization’s Mission, Vision and Core Values of Elizabeth Seton Children’s and incorporates values into daily practice - Perform the installation, support and maintenance of computer hardware and software. This would include, but not be limited to: applying updates and fixes, password administration, making network connections, providing network and systems access, establishing and restricting user rights, etc. - Provide problem determination, definition and resolution stemming from systems problems reported by system users. - Identify the need for changes regarding procedures that relates to the integration of computers, software, and workflow in support of systems. - Train computer users (one-to-one) in the general operation and maintenance of the personal computers and related software. - Assists in the testing of all new and changed software to ensure Quality Control and performance standards are met. - Conducts performance evaluations and makes necessary adjustments to the environments to ensure peak performance. - Coordinate office moves and the associated equipment install or re-installs with end-user departments and other Information Services functions. - Researches the effects of non-supported software upon the system and the efficient operation of daily activities. - Operates within the Center’s guidelines for handling software and hardware maintenance and support. Conducts initial analysis of problem and follows the Center’s procedure for the handling of software and hardware problems. - Promotes and coordinates the personal computer user groups in such a manner that associates needs are met through constructive discussions and problem solving. - Provides installation and training support for functional additions to the Pediatric Center’s Information Systems that effects the facilities computer environment. Participates in the evaluation and planning of both current and future projects. - Prepares and maintains required records (i.e., inventory, help desk tickets, etc.). - Maintain positive and supportive relationships with outside departments and adhere to corporate technical standards and directives. - Remains abreast of new developments in the area of personal commuting by participating in continuing education programs/conferences, and by review of the literature and periodicals. - Interacts with all associates, guests, and physicians in a courteous, respectful, and friendly manner. - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by your supervisor, department director, and/or administrator.
Category
IT/Software Development
ID
2024-2296
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Min
USD $62,000.00/Yr.
Max
USD $70,000.00/Yr.
Purpose of Position:   To provide pharmaceutical services in accordance with federal, state, local standards and the policies and procedures of the Pharmacy department of the Pediatric Center. You will assist the Director of Pharmacy in providing quality pharmacy services to all the residents of the Pediatric Center.   Position Functions and Responsibilities: - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Fills prescriptions to be checked by a pharmacist. - Profiles patient orders to computer system under the direct supervision of a registered pharmacist. - Properly stores medications, chemicals and biological. - Assists Director in the ordering of medications, chemicals and biological. - Assists in the maintenance of inventory by removing expired medications and rotating stock. - Inspects nursing units and reports problems to Pharmacy Director. - Packages medication for use on the nursing units. - Daily rounds to retrieve refill requests and submit to allow tracking of prescription requests. - Assists in reconciliation of medications. - Delivers medications to the nursing units. - Participates in department quality improvement activities as indicated. - Compounds medications using special formulations in pharmacy compounding book and keeps records of compounded prescriptions under the supervision of a pharmacist. - Replenishes floor stock medications for nursing units and other departments. - Ensure expired medications are removed from active supply. - Assist in billing of medications and obtain prior authorizations for medications as needed for reimbursement. - Manages re-write schedule and distributes to appropriate staff. - Demonstrates knowledge of the pharmacy’s and Pediatric Center’s policies and procedures. - Must have at least 20 hours of continuing education completed every 2 years. At least 6 of those credits must be 2 for law, 2 for patient safety, and 2 for medication errors. - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by your supervisor, department director, and/or administrator.
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2293
Position Type
Per Diem
Shift
Day
Compensation
USD $25.00/Hr.
Purpose of Your Position To plan, implement and evaluate nursing care provided, including restorative care for residents. As the direct care provider of health services, he/she shares appropriate information with all other health services staff in an effort to assist each resident in achieving his/her maximum level of development.    Position Functions and Responsibilities - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Utilizing the nursing process, the RN assesses the resident, plans intervention and evaluates the outcome of care provided. - Performs treatments and special care as required, ex. tracheotomy care, central venous lines, oxygen administration, cast care, dressing changes, etc. - Administer medication and immunization as ordered. - Confer with physician or other health team members regarding patient care management. - Assist the physician in performing physical examinations and treatments. - Evaluate the effects of prescribed treatment including orthotics and report same to appropriate disciplines. - Observe, report and record abnormal vital signs, seizures activity, other disease manifestations and other clinically significant data. - Implement plan of care as outlines in the resident’s Interdisciplinary Care Plan including positioning, play, feeding techniques, behavior modifications plan etc. - Participate in completing MDS. Revised care plan as resident condition changes. - Assumes the role of nurse in charge of a unit for the shift as assigned - Educate residents and families with regard to their treatment plan - Document interventions and teaching outcomes accurately and timely - Maintain a safe therapeutic resident care environment. - Directs and supervises CNAs, unit a clerk, LPN and other RN’s when in charge. - Establishes effective working relations with staff residents and family members. - Ensures that the Center and the Department of Nursing policies and procedures are follow in the planning implementation and evaluation of care. - Review medication administration records for completeness at end of shift. - Give and receives the nursing report and follow through on any special instructions. - When in charge makes periodic checks to ensure that prescribed treatments are being properly administered by LPN’s and CNAs and to evaluate the residents physical and emotional status. - Participates in the orientation of new staff residents and families to the unit. - Carries out restorative and rehabilitative programs including teaching resident to wash/feed/dress self as appropriate. - Ensures that the facility policy on the use of restraints is followed and that documentation is timely and accurate. - Ensure that the unit is kept clean free from clutter and that the supply room door is kept locked; request the supervisor’s intervention as necessary to achieve this. - Follows infection control standards and ensures that assigned personnel do likewise. - Keep abreast of new nursing policies and procedures. - Keep nurses notes, plan of care and all other documentation pertaining to your assigned resident timely accurate and complete. - Carries out end of shift responsibility e.g. supplies are available for next shift’. Unit is clean and tidy; all documentation is complete and accurate. - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by your supervisor, department director, and/or administrator.
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2291
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Night
Min
USD $106,625.00/Yr.
Max
USD $130,675.00/Yr.
As a companion, you will facilitate companionship between residents who have increased behavioral needs, placing them with a loving presence and ensuring their safety in the least restrictive environment.
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2286
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Evening
Min
USD $19.99/Hr.
Max
USD $21.92/Hr.
Purpose of Your Position To plan, implement and evaluate nursing care provided, including restorative care for residents. As the direct care provider of health services, he/she shares appropriate information with all other health services staff in an effort to assist each resident in achieving his/her maximum level of development.    Position Functions and Responsibilities - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Utilizing the nursing process, the RN assesses the resident, plans intervention and evaluates the outcome of care provided. - Performs treatments and special care as required, ex. tracheotomy care, central venous lines, oxygen administration, cast care, dressing changes, etc. - Administer medication and immunization as ordered. - Confer with physician or other health team members regarding patient care management. - Assist the physician in performing physical examinations and treatments. - Evaluate the effects of prescribed treatment including orthotics and report same to appropriate disciplines. - Observe, report and record abnormal vital signs, seizures activity, other disease manifestations and other clinically significant data. - Implement plan of care as outlines in the resident’s Interdisciplinary Care Plan including positioning, play, feeding techniques, behavior modifications plan etc. - Participate in completing MDS. Revised care plan as resident condition changes. - Assumes the role of nurse in charge of a unit for the shift as assigned - Educate residents and families with regard to their treatment plan - Document interventions and teaching outcomes accurately and timely - Maintain a safe therapeutic resident care environment. - Directs and supervises CNAs, unit a clerk, LPN and other RN’s when in charge. - Establishes effective working relations with staff residents and family members. - Ensures that the Center and the Department of Nursing policies and procedures are follow in the planning implementation and evaluation of care. - Review medication administration records for completeness at end of shift. - Give and receives the nursing report and follow through on any special instructions. - When in charge makes periodic checks to ensure that prescribed treatments are being properly administered by LPN’s and CNAs and to evaluate the residents physical and emotional status. - Participates in the orientation of new staff residents and families to the unit. - Carries out restorative and rehabilitative programs including teaching resident to wash/feed/dress self as appropriate. - Ensures that the facility policy on the use of restraints is followed and that documentation is timely and accurate. - Ensure that the unit is kept clean free from clutter and that the supply room door is kept locked; request the supervisor’s intervention as necessary to achieve this. - Follows infection control standards and ensures that assigned personnel do likewise. - Keep abreast of new nursing policies and procedures. - Keep nurses notes, plan of care and all other documentation pertaining to your assigned resident timely accurate and complete. - Carries out end of shift responsibility e.g. supplies are available for next shift’. Unit is clean and tidy; all documentation is complete and accurate. - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by your supervisor, department director, and/or administrator.
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2285
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Night
Min
USD $106,625.00/Yr.
Max
USD $130,675.00/Yr.
Purpose of Position   To plan, implement and evaluate nursing care provided, including restorative care for residents. As the direct care provider of health services, he/she shares appropriate information with all other health services staff in an effort to assist each resident in achieving his/her maximum level of development.    Position Functions and Responsibilities - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Utilizing the nursing process, the RN assesses the resident, plans intervention and evaluates the outcome of care provided. - Performs treatments and special care as required, ex. tracheotomy care, central venous lines, oxygen administration, cast care, dressing changes, etc. - Administer medication and immunization as ordered. - Confer with physician or other health team members regarding patient care management. - Assist the physician in performing physical examinations and treatments. - Evaluate the effects of prescribed treatment including orthotics and report same to appropriate disciplines. - Observe, report and record abnormal vital signs, seizures activity, other disease manifestations and other clinically significant data. - Implement plan of care as outlines in the resident’s Interdisciplinary Care Plan including positioning, play, feeding techniques, behavior modifications plan etc. - Participate in completing MDS. Revised care plan as resident condition changes. - Assumes the role of nurse in charge of a unit for the shift as assigned - Educate residents and families with regard to their treatment plan - Document interventions and teaching outcomes accurately and timely - Maintain a safe therapeutic resident care environment. - Directs and supervises CNAs, unit a clerk, LPN and other RN’s when in charge. - Establishes effective working relations with staff residents and family members. - Ensures that the Center and the Department of Nursing policies and procedures are follow in the planning implementation and evaluation of care. - Review medication administration records for completeness at end of shift. - Give and receives the nursing report and follow through on any special instructions. - When in charge makes periodic checks to ensure that prescribed treatments are being properly administered by LPN’s and CNAs and to evaluate the residents physical and emotional status. - Participates in the orientation of new staff residents and families to the unit. - Carries out restorative and rehabilitative programs including teaching resident to wash/feed/dress self as appropriate. - Ensures tat the facility policy on the use of restraints is followed and that documentation is timely and accurate. - Ensure that the unit is kept clean free from clutter and that the supply room door is kept locked; request the supervisor’s intervention as necessary to achieve this. - Follows infection control standards and ensures that assigned personnel do like wise. - Keep abreast of new nursing policies and procedures. - Keep nurses notes, plan of care and all other documentation pertaining to your assigned resident timely accurate and complete. - Carries out end of shift responsibility e.g. supplies are available for next shift’. Unit is clean and tidy; all documentation is complete and accurate. - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by your supervisor, department director, and/or administrator.
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2279
Position Type
Per Diem
Shift
Flex
Min
USD $65.00/Hr.
Max
USD $71.50/Hr.
Purpose of Your Position   Serves as a clinical assistant to the licensed nursing staff by performing nursing procedures, basic patient care tasks and other unit activities under the supervision of a licensed nurse    Position Functions and Responsibilities - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Report on and off duty to NCC - Performs assigned duties under the direction of the NCC or her designee (i.e. the nurse in charge). - Takes report and makes rounds on assigned residents. - Prepare and transport residents to therapy in a timely manner. - Is responsible for the care and safety of assigned resident until relieved by on coming caregiver. - Participate in the implementation of the treatment plan including rehabilitation and continuous learning for the residents within the CNA scope under the direction of the RN or LPN. - Provide or assist residents with activities of daily living. - Performs therapeutic procedures for children such as bathing, grooming, playing, feeding, positioning as per policy and procedure. - Document appropriately on all flow sheets. - Assist RN and LPN as necessary in the performance of nursing care tasks. - Observe, report and record abnormal vital signs, temperatures, seizures activity, vomiting, diarrhea, behavior changes or any other abnormalities to the RN or LPN in charge. - Attend appropriate meetings and in-services - Functions as an adult role model for residents. - Performs all assigned duties in accordance with the Center for Pediatrics and Rehabilitation’s policy and procedures - Bath residents according to the Center for Pediatrics and Rehabilitation policy and Procedure. - Inspect resident’s skin and promptly report any changes to the NCC. - Carries out mouth care, hair care and as necessary trim finger and toe nails. - Make two hourly checks on incontinent residents and wash and change as necessary. - Encourages self-help measures as appropriate so that each child may reach his/her appropriate level of independence. - Check and record urine and bowel movements. - Ensure that assigned residents are appropriately prepared for school, clinic, recreation and hospital visits as scheduled and accompany/transport them as assigned. - Ensure that bedfast residents are repositioned as directed by NCC but not less than two repositions per resident hourly. - Performs restorative and rehabilitative activities as instructed and as directed by Plan of Care. - Assists in applying safety restraints to residents when directed; Monitors residents in restraints, release restraints and documents according to policy and procedure - Ensures that each resident who can use a call bell has one within reach and remind him/her to use it. - Assists co-workers with lifting, positioning and other procedures as necessary. - Be aware of facility policy on child abuse and/or neglect and promptly report any instances of abusive or inappropriate behaviors towards any resident to the NCC. - Knows and follows The Center policy and procedure with regard to infection control including hand washing and types of isolation. - Keep resident care area clean and free of clutter. - Report any unsafe conditions immediately to NCC. - Properly stores and safeguard residents’ clothing and reports too many or too few clothing and or toys to NCC. - Feeds residents or teaches residents to feed themselves as appropriate. - Ensure that hands are washed (child and caregivers) and that meal times are pleasant, dignified experiences
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2277
Position Type
Part Time
Shift
Evening
Min
USD $21.38/Hr.
Max
USD $23.41/Hr.
Purpose of Your Position   Serves as a clinical assistant to the licensed nursing staff by performing nursing procedures, basic patient care tasks and other unit activities under the supervision of a licensed nurse    Position Functions and Responsibilities - Promotes Elizabeth Seton Children’s Mission and Core Values of Respecting and Embracing Diversity, Excellence, Collaboration, Innovation, Evolution, Growth and Change and Loving Relationships by bringing these values to life in the organization. - Report on and off duty to NCC - Performs assigned duties under the direction of the NCC or her designee (i.e. the nurse in charge). - Takes report and makes rounds on assigned residents. - Prepare and transport residents to therapy in a timely manner. - Is responsible for the care and safety of assigned resident until relieved by on coming caregiver. - Participate in the implementation of the treatment plan including rehabilitation and continuous learning for the residents within the CNA scope under the direction of the RN or LPN. - Provide or assist residents with activities of daily living. - Performs therapeutic procedures for children such as bathing, grooming, playing, feeding, positioning as per policy and procedure. - Document appropriately on all flow sheets. - Assist RN and LPN as necessary in the performance of nursing care tasks. - Observe, report and record abnormal vital signs, temperatures, seizures activity, vomiting, diarrhea, behavior changes or any other abnormalities to the RN or LPN in charge. - Attend appropriate meetings and in-services - Functions as an adult role model for residents. - Performs all assigned duties in accordance with the Center for Pediatrics and Rehabilitation’s policy and procedures - Bath residents according to the Center for Pediatrics and Rehabilitation policy and Procedure. - Inspect resident’s skin and promptly report any changes to the NCC. - Carries out mouth care, hair care and as necessary trim finger and toe nails. - Make two hourly checks on incontinent residents and wash and change as necessary. - Encourages self-help measures as appropriate so that each child may reach his/her appropriate level of independence. - Check and record urine and bowel movements. - Ensure that assigned residents are appropriately prepared for school, clinic, recreation and hospital visits as scheduled and accompany/transport them as assigned. - Ensure that bedfast residents are repositioned as directed by NCC but not less than two repositions per resident hourly. - Performs restorative and rehabilitative activities as instructed and as directed by Plan of Care. - Assists in applying safety restraints to residents when directed; Monitors residents in restraints, release restraints and documents according to policy and procedure - Ensures that each resident who can use a call bell has one within reach and remind him/her to use it. - Assists co-workers with lifting, positioning and other procedures as necessary. - Be aware of facility policy on child abuse and/or neglect and promptly report any instances of abusive or inappropriate behaviors towards any resident to the NCC. - Knows and follows The Center policy and procedure with regard to infection control including hand washing and types of isolation. - Keep resident care area clean and free of clutter. - Report any unsafe conditions immediately to NCC. - Properly stores and safeguard residents’ clothing and reports too many or too few clothing and or toys to NCC. - Feeds residents or teaches residents to feed themselves as appropriate. - Ensure that hands are washed (child and caregivers) and that meal times are pleasant, dignified experiences
Category
Healthcare
ID
2024-2276
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Evening
Min
USD $21.38/Hr.
Max
USD $23.41/Hr.