Elizabeth Seton Children’s

Job Listings


Here are our current job openings. Please click on the job title for more information, and apply from that page if you are interested.

Use this form to perform another job search

The system cannot access your location for 1 of 2 reasons:
  1. Permission to access your location has been denied. Please reload the page and allow the browser to access your location information.
  2. Your location information has yet to be received. Please wait a moment then hit [Search] again.
Click column header to sort

Search Results Page 1 of 5

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
2023-1985
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Min
USD $87,500.00/Yr.
Max
USD $111,550.00/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
2023-1983
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Night
Compensation
USD $20.74/Yr.
Purpose of Position To assist the Certified Therapeutic Recreation Programming Specialist in planning and implementation of recreational activities and programmatic events for the children in the Pediatric Center.   Position Function 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. - Complete daily session attendance/statistics in the EMR - Assist in decorating of facility for holidays and events. - Assist in selection, planning and implementation of special events. - Maintain supplies in orderly manner. Assist in selection and ordering of supplies. - Attend all pertinent educational in services and neighborhood team meetings. - Assist CTRS with implementation of individual and group activities. - Provide individual activities as assigned by neighborhood CTRS. - Keep neighborhood CTRS informed on all resident participation and response to individual and group activities. - Maintain and be able to have a flexible schedule - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by the neighborhood CTRS, Chief Rehabilitation Officer and/or Vice President of Operations.
Category
Healthcare
ID
2023-1979
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
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
2023-1978
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Night
Min
USD $87,500.00/Yr.
Max
USD $111,550.00/Yr.
Purpose of Your Position   Fulfill position functions and responsibilities necessary for ethical and efficacious programming of child life services. Plan developmentally-appropriate individual and group clinical sessions to meet resident-specific goals, and provide developmentally-appropriate procedural support and preparation.   Function as integral part of creative arts therapy and child life team and neighborhood-based interdisciplinary team to promote quality family-centered care.    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. - Provide a full range of child life clinical services (caseloads, procedural support, clinic visits, family support etc.) with approximately 20 client-contact hours per week. - Provide procedural support and logistical assistance for in-house clinics, in-house medical procedures and ADLs as indicated to meet resident needs. - Provide developmentally-appropriate preparation and education for procedures, and provide procedural support for external appointments as indicated. - Screen newly admitted residents to determine appropriateness for child life assessment, and communicate findings to team. - Communicate referrals to child life team and conduct initial child life assessments for referred residents who are prioritized for services. - Assure accurate physician’s orders for all residents on caseload, and consistently fulfill orders. - Conduct individual and group clinical sessions, with child-centered, measurable goals. - Participate in Plan of Care meetings when applicable to discuss clinical goals and progress. - Maintain standard data-gathering techniques during all phases of clinical processing including assessment, therapy and evaluation. - Adhere to established clinical documentation standards in a timely fashion. - Collaborate with interdisciplinary team to provide highest quality of care. - Advocate for families and serve as a role model of family-centered care. - Communicate with relevant child life staff in acute care settings to provide continuity of care when children are transferred to acute care. - Provide clinical support to residents and families around times of crisis and transition (including sibling support, palliative and end-of-life care, discharge preparation, etc.). - Provide complementary therapies as trained, when appropriate (e.g., Reiki, massage, Acutonics). - Participate in interviewing, selecting and orienting child life interns. - Participate in the supervision and training of child life interns and practicum students. - Participate in providing child life orientation, in-services and educational opportunities for ESPC staff. - Actively participate in pertinent ESPC committees and Business Plan teams as appropriate (e.g., Family Advisory Council, business plan work-groups, palliative care committee, etc.) - Assist with planning and implementation of department-led special events (e.g., Family Portrait Day). - Comply with applicable federal and/or state laws, regulations and/or agency rules, standards and guidelines, etc. - Adhere to CLC Standards of Clinical Practice and Code of Ethical Responsibility. - Engage in on-going continuing education opportunities consistent with professional standards. - Maintain departmental supplies and demonstrate appropriate care of departmental materials. - Requisition supplies with the approval of the supervisor. - Adhere to a resident-focused schedule of hours and use appropriate procedures for requesting time off.
Category
Healthcare
ID
2023-1977
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Min
USD $60,000.00/Yr.
Max
USD $70,000.00/Yr.
        Job Summary To assist therapists in the provision of transfers, passive standing programs, and other therapeutic services to the students in the Elizabeth Seton Children’s School   Position Functions - To transfer and position and/or assist in the transferring and positioning of students from their seating systems to various standers, gait trainers, alternate seating systems, and various surfaces (i.e. mat, bed, bench, swing, stairs, bolster, therapy ball) - To collaborate with therapist on daily and weekly student standing schedule - Assist therapist, teacher and classroom staff in maintaining a safe and organized learning environment (keep materials and equipment clean and in working order, set-up materials and have them available for use by students and staff during activities according to the daily lesson plan) - Work with individual and/or small groups of students on learning goals during classroom activities as directed by the teacher and /or related service therapists - Assist students in physical care tasks and ADL’s - Assist therapist in recording and reporting accurate time documentation (student length of time in all equipment and/or bracing), according to Elizabeth Seton Children’s School Policy - Assist therapist in recording and reporting accurate skin check documentation - Transport students to and from school; making sure they are seated securely and have all necessary adapted equipment in working order - Be aware of therapy activities and location of students at all times; anticipate and respond to individual needs as directed by therapist - To relay messages and or communicate any problems with the Director of Related Services - Carry out standards for customer service; quality improvement; professional development; environmental, safety and infection control practices; confidentiality, corporate compliance and all other Elizabeth Seton Children’s policies and procedures; attend all mandatory in-services to ensure regulatory compliance and best practices in working with students and their families - Perform other tasks to support the operations of the school as assigned by School Administration
Category
Education
ID
2023-1976
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Compensation
USD $20.21/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
2023-1975
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Night
Min
USD $87,500.00/Yr.
Max
USD $111,550.00/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
2023-1973
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Min
USD $87,500.00/Yr.
Max
USD $111,550.00/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
2023-1969
Position Type
Part Time
Shift
Night
Compensation
USD $20.74/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
2023-1968
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Night
Min
USD $87,500.00/Yr.
Max
USD $111,550.00/Yr.
Job Summary   Provide occupational therapy services to infants’ toddlers, preschool and school age children for a minimum of 45 weekly sessions or as directed by program needs to meet health  and safety requirements of in - person and/ or telehealth services; and conduct occupational therapy assessments and evaluations.   Position Functions and Responsibilities -  Provide mandated services to assigned children on caseload in compliance with IFSP/IEP documents - 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 - Responsible for providing input into and when appropriate fabrication of child’s assistive technology, adaptive equipment, and orthotic appliance needs - Serves as clinical instructor and assists with coordination of affiliation programs as needed for OT 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 - Carry out standards for customer service; quality improvement; professional development; environmental, safety and infection control practices; confidentiality, corporate compliance and all other John A. Coleman policies and procedures; attend all mandatory in-services to ensure regulatory compliance and best practices in working with students and their families - Perform other tasks to support the operations of the school as assigned by School Administration
Category
Education
ID
2023-1967
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Min
USD $69,897.00/Yr.
Purpose of Position   The purpose of this position is to must plan, implement and evaluate diagnostic and therapeutic respiratory services to assist physicians in the diagnosis and management of residents with cardiopulmonary and related disorders.    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. - Performs assessments and therapeutic modalities for infants, children, and adolescents as ordered or directed by a physician. - Administers nebulized treatments, chest physiotherapy, oxygen therapy delivery in varies modalities, bag/mask ventilation, and other accepted treatments to maintain a patent airway. - Monitors residents on various oxygen support systems. Is responsible for maintaining secure and patent resident airway to include performing nasal, nasotracheal, Endotracheal and oral suctioning. Administer techniques to induce sputum. - Supports criteria(s) set for appropriate resident care and respiratory care services. Recognizes medical problems documents/ reports it to the charge nurse and physician in a timely manner. - Sets up, stocks, and removes equipment, supplies; ensures equipment is functioning properly and is cleaned and stored appropriately. - Functions at all times as a team member, supporting peers and management to provide optimal, effective, and efficient respiratory care. - Coordinate and /or supervise activities of assigned personnel. - Participates in resident management decisions and plans. Recommends and requests physician evaluation and review of respiratory care services as appropriate. - Accurately and completes updates resident information including documentation. - Provides resident and family instruction and education in respiratory related disease processes and therapeutic procedures to be continued by resident at home. - Functions as a member of the code blue team by providing effective airway access and management - Enhances professional growth in a manner that contributes to the overall success of the department. - Participates in education programs and reviews of current literature. - Attends and develops workshops and in-services designed to increase staff capabilities. - Attends departmental and organizational meetings and participates in quality improvement teams as directed. - Must possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action in a timely fashion. - Must possess the ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel, and the general public. - Must be knowledgeable of laws, regulations and guidelines pertaining to nursing home operation. - Must possess the ability to plan, organize, develop, implement, and interpret the programs, goals, objectives, policies, procedures, etc. - Must maintain the care and use of supplies, equipment, and appearance of work areas. - Must be well groomed and have patience, tact, cheerful disposition and enthusiasm. - Must be willing to seek out new methods and principles and be willing to incorporate them into existing practices. - Must not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace. - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by your supervisor, department director, and/or administrator.
Category
Healthcare
ID
2022-1961
Position Type
Per Diem
Shift
Night
Compensation
USD $60.00/Hr.
Purpose of Position   The purpose of this position is to must plan, implement and evaluate diagnostic and therapeutic respiratory services to assist physicians in the diagnosis and management of residents with cardiopulmonary and related disorders.    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. - Performs assessments and therapeutic modalities for infants, children, and adolescents as ordered or directed by a physician. - Administers nebulized treatments, chest physiotherapy, oxygen therapy delivery in varies modalities, bag/mask ventilation, and other accepted treatments to maintain a patent airway. - Monitors residents on various oxygen support systems. Is responsible for maintaining secure and patent resident airway to include performing nasal, nasotracheal, Endotracheal and oral suctioning. Administer techniques to induce sputum. - Supports criteria(s) set for appropriate resident care and respiratory care services. Recognizes medical problems documents/ reports it to the charge nurse and physician in a timely manner. - Sets up, stocks, and removes equipment, supplies; ensures equipment is functioning properly and is cleaned and stored appropriately. - Functions at all times as a team member, supporting peers and management to provide optimal, effective, and efficient respiratory care. - Coordinate and /or supervise activities of assigned personnel. - Participates in resident management decisions and plans. Recommends and requests physician evaluation and review of respiratory care services as appropriate. - Accurately and completes updates resident information including documentation. - Provides resident and family instruction and education in respiratory related disease processes and therapeutic procedures to be continued by resident at home. - Functions as a member of the code blue team by providing effective airway access and management - Enhances professional growth in a manner that contributes to the overall success of the department. - Participates in education programs and reviews of current literature. - Attends and develops workshops and in-services designed to increase staff capabilities. - Attends departmental and organizational meetings and participates in quality improvement teams as directed. - Must possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action in a timely fashion. - Must possess the ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel, and the general public. - Must be knowledgeable of laws, regulations and guidelines pertaining to nursing home operation. - Must possess the ability to plan, organize, develop, implement, and interpret the programs, goals, objectives, policies, procedures, etc. - Must maintain the care and use of supplies, equipment, and appearance of work areas. - Must be well groomed and have patience, tact, cheerful disposition and enthusiasm. - Must be willing to seek out new methods and principles and be willing to incorporate them into existing practices. - Must not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other individuals in the workplace. - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by your supervisor, department director, and/or administrator.
Category
Healthcare
ID
2022-1960
Position Type
Per Diem
Shift
Day
Compensation
USD $60.00/Hr.
Job Summary   Provide speech therapy services to infants’ toddlers, preschool and school age children for a minimum of 50 weekly sessions or as directed by program needs to meet health and safety requirements of in - person and/ or telehealth services; and conduct speech therapy assessments and evaluations   Position Functions and Responsibilities - Provide mandated services to assigned children on caseload in compliance with IFSP/IEP documents - 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 as needed for SLP 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 - Carry out standards for customer service; quality improvement; professional development; environmental, safety and infection control practices; confidentiality, corporate compliance and all other ESCS policies and procedures; attend all mandatory in-services to ensure regulatory compliance and best practices in working with students and their families and procedures - Perform other tasks to support the operations of the school as assigned by School Administration
Category
Education
ID
2022-1959
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Min
USD $70,000.00/Yr.
  POSITION SUMMARY   1-    Delivery of treatment services to children ranging in ages from 0-21 years 2-   Evaluation services 3-    Job-related department responsibilities         Position Functions and Responsibilities - Provide treatment for 10 – 12 patients per day - Supervise student interns as directed by Manager - Conduct initial Physical Therapy evaluations and re-evaluations - Develops and reviews patient care plans in conjunction with Physiatrist - Participates in clinical quality assurance initiatives - Provides patient education through verbal explanation, visual demonstration, or written documentation - Complete reporting activities as required by regulatory and departmental standards including but not limited to: -daily notation of therapy -all progress reports with updates -rehabilitation rounds/staff conferences -other activities that may be assigned form time to time, i.e. splinting - Develops and reviews patient care plans in conjunction with Physiatrist - Participates in clinical quality assurance initiatives - Provides patient education through verbal explanation, visual demonstration, or written documentation - Comply with established ESCR , Inc. 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. - Participate in all departmental in-services and staff development activities
Category
Healthcare
ID
2022-1958
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Min
USD $85,000.00/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
2022-1956
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Night
Min
USD $87,500.00/Yr.
Max
USD $111,550.00/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
2022-1941
Position Type
Part Time
Shift
Evening
Compensation
USD $20.74/Yr.
 POSITION SUMMARY:   The purpose of this salaried, exempt CTRS position is to promote a therapeutic environment for all residents by assessing recreational preferences, creating and implementing innovative group and individualized recreation programming, maintaining timely documentation, and enhancing quality of life through individualized person-centered interventions.   JOB 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. - To plan and lead group and individual activities - Maintain and record quarterly and annual progress reports - Keep daily statistics - Complete initial resident assessment - Assist in decorating of facility for holidays and events - Assist in the selection, planning and implementation of special events - Maintain supplies in an orderly and safe manner - Assist in selection and ordering of supplies - Attend plan of care and physiatry meetings - Attend in service training sessions - Perform any duties relevant to the function of the department - Maintain flexible work schedule to assist in needed situations or emergencies - As assigned by supervisor will act as an instructor for recreation students and provide all necessary supervision/hands on experience in order to complete and fulfill fieldwork assignment - Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by your supervisor, department director, and/or administrator
Category
Healthcare
ID
2022-1939
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Purpose of Your Position This is a salaried exempt managerial position that has discretion to make decisions and has access to confidential employee and business information.  Demonstrate instructional and team leadership skills based on New York State Teaching and Learning Standards, Common Core and knowledge of Early Childhood Special Education.  Responsible to design and implement an effective curriculum for assigned group of children (toddlers, preschool and/or school age) that is evidence-based and will facilitate their progress toward reaching IEP and/or IFSP goals.  Work collaboratively with parents, related service providers and other multidisciplinary team members to assess and revise instructional strategies on a regular basis to ensure positive student outcomes.  Directly responsible for the general supervision of teacher assistants, teacher aides, volunteers and others assigned to their classroom. 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. - Demonstrate knowledge of NYS Learning Standards and Common Core through the development and implementation of weekly lesson plans that reflect evidence-based practices, address the individual goals of students and strengthen the continuity of learning experiences between home and school - Create an organized classroom to ensure a safe and educationally challenging learning environment that includes utilizing concepts of universal design; select and arrange appropriate materials and ensure that equipment is in good repair, etc. - Supervise directly all teacher assistants and teacher aides to: ensure all students experience appropriate and successful learning opportunities; utilize their special skills and abilities to promote positive instructional programs; delegate responsibilities to meet the children’s daily health and management needs; assign other functions according to their certification to ensure the implementation of daily schedules - Collaborate with classroom team to design lesson plans based on effective practices in child development and utilize current evidence-based practices to monitor progress and ensure positive student outcomes - Responsible to ensure that all policies and procedures are successfully implemented by assigned team members - Utilize resources of supervisory and administrative staff to: discuss any staff and family issues; share concerns and  make recommendations regarding policies and  procedures that  would improve quality of services for students and families - Use professional and independent judgment to write accurate and timely evaluations, quarterly progress reports and draft IEP/ISFP documents in accordance with all regulations - Interview job applicants and make effective recommendations on hiring; write and conduct annual performance reviews for teacher assistants and teacher aides; use independent judgment to prepare written reports that may lead to promotion or disciplinary action - Demonstrate ability to  present written and or verbal  information at staff conferences, school district and other  meetings in a professional  manner that  clearly  conveys the needs and strengths of each child in a positive and meaningful way - Actively participate in the creation and implementation of an individual and school wide Professional Development Plan that inspires personal growth, informs teaching practices and promotes understanding of the NYS Teaching Standards - Perform other tasks to support the operations of the school as assigned by Administration  
Category
Education
ID
2022-1935
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Day
Min
USD $65,185.00/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
2022-1934
Position Type
Full-Time/Regular
Shift
Evening
Compensation
USD $20.74/Yr.