UPMC

UPMC Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Aug 23, 2019
Full time
Purpose: Works to ensure the smooth operation of the St. Margaret Foundation fundraising initiatives, including independent fundraising from individual, corporate, and foundation donors. The manager of development will create professional presentations, perform data analyses for hospital senior leadership and board members, and work with Foundation President, fundraising staff and volunteers to keep all essential fundraising, prospect and donor data updated and accurate. This person will suggest, initiate and execute fundraising initiatives with oversight by the Foundation president. If you are interested in this position, we invite you to submit an online application with a resume and cover letter included. Responsibilities: * All other duties as assigned by the President. * Assemble all components of grant proposals to public and private sources. * Assists with preparing gift reports and analysis from donor database, ensures consistency with UPMC accounting records for charitable contributions when the Manager of Office systems is not available. * Assists with the gift processing and acknowledgement process when the Manager of Office Systems is not available * Communicate with Staff and Board of Directors as necessary. Interact appropriately with variety of personnel, internal & external, clients/patients, families and caregivers, agencies, physicians, hospital and foundation staff. * Develops, audience, strategy and executes a Delafield Society Program - $1,000 and up and a grateful Patient Program. * Independently meets with donors in regards to fundraising. This will include identifying potential donors from within St. Margaret Foundation's fundraising constituency, completing research profiles, assuring initial and follow-up contact to establish their interest, building a personal relationship, soliciting charitable contributions for the hospital, and appropriately stewarding donors after the gift is made. * Interacts daily at a high professional level with a diverse population of individuals including hospital and UPMC staff, board members, patients, visitors and volunteers. * Maintain knowledge and understanding of Foundation policies, procedures and services. Update policies when necessary. * Serve as an ambassador for the mission, values and goals of St. Margaret Foundation. Work to support the Foundation services and work as a whole. * Update the Development Plan for an overall strategy for development/fundraising efforts of the Foundation in cooperation with the Foundation President. This will include Board participation directed toward definition of the planning and execution of all annual appeals, events, and grant proposals This person will make suggestion on methods to change based on measured results. They will work closely with the manager of data and office systems to get reports to analyze in order to present strategies, final reports and modifications for the future. Research, explore and cultivate funding opportunities from state and federal agencies, public corporations, non-profits, and individuals when appropriate under the direction of the President. * Work independently with minimal supervision to execute the Grateful Patient Fundraising Program; Independently reviewing wealth screen data on prospective donors; rating the prospects, identifying who to visit, visiting with them independently to establish a connection, cultivating the relationship and securing donations. * Works closely with the Manager of Office Systems and the Foundation President to manage operations to ensure the smooth running of the development office. Qualifications * Bachelors degree in communications, public relations, marketing, advertising, business administration, philosophy, political science, sociology, or related field required * Two years of experience in development, fundraising, and/or special event management preferred. * Experience with a fundraising database or donor software such as Advance, DonorPro, or The Raisers Edge is preferred * Experience with Quickbooks is preferred. * Experience with development and/or fundraising in a health care or community non-profit setting preferred. * Ability to manage projects from concept to completion independently required. * Strong written, verbal, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills required. * Strong organizational and project management skills required. * Excellent time management skills, especially with respect to detail, accuracy, and pacing. * Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: * Act 34 Criminal Clearance UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $17.68 to $28.33 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Aug 22, 2019
Purpose: Works to ensure the smooth operation of the St. Margaret Foundation fundraising initiatives, including independent fundraising from individual, corporate, and foundation donors. The manager of development will create professional presentations, perform data analyses for hospital senior leadership and board members, and work with Foundation President, fundraising staff and volunteers to keep all essential fundraising, prospect and donor data updated and accurate. This person will suggest, initiate and execute fundraising initiatives with oversight by the Foundation president. If you are interested in this position, we invite you to submit an online application with a resume and cover letter included. Responsibilities: All other duties as assigned by the President. Assemble all components of grant proposals to public and private sources. Assists with preparing gift reports and analysis from donor database, ensures consistency with UPMC accounting records for charitable contributions when the Manager of Office systems is not available. Assists with the gift processing and acknowledgement process when the Manager of Office Systems is not available Communicate with Staff and Board of Directors as necessary. Interact appropriately with variety of personnel, internal & external, clients/patients, families and caregivers, agencies, physicians, hospital and foundation staff. Develops, audience, strategy and executes a Delafield Society Program - $1,000 and up and a grateful Patient Program. Independently meets with donors in regards to fundraising. This will include identifying potential donors from within St. Margaret Foundation's fundraising constituency, completing research profiles, assuring initial and follow-up contact to establish their interest, building a personal relationship, soliciting charitable contributions for the hospital, and appropriately stewarding donors after the gift is made. Interacts daily at a high professional level with a diverse population of individuals including hospital and UPMC staff, board members, patients, visitors and volunteers. Maintain knowledge and understanding of Foundation policies, procedures and services. Update policies when necessary. Serve as an ambassador for the mission, values and goals of St. Margaret Foundation. Work to support the Foundation services and work as a whole. Update the Development Plan for an overall strategy for development/fundraising efforts of the Foundation in cooperation with the Foundation President. This will include Board participation directed toward definition of the planning and execution of all annual appeals, events, and grant proposals This person will make suggestion on methods to change based on measured results. They will work closely with the manager of data and office systems to get reports to analyze in order to present strategies, final reports and modifications for the future. Research, explore and cultivate funding opportunities from state and federal agencies, public corporations, non-profits, and individuals when appropriate under the direction of the President. Work independently with minimal supervision to execute the Grateful Patient Fundraising Program; Independently reviewing wealth screen data on prospective donors; rating the prospects, identifying who to visit, visiting with them independently to establish a connection, cultivating the relationship and securing donations. Works closely with the Manager of Office Systems and the Foundation President to manage operations to ensure the smooth running of the development office. Qualifications Bachelors degree in communications, public relations, marketing, advertising, business administration, philosophy, political science, sociology, or related field required Two years of experience in development, fundraising, and/or special event management preferred. Experience with a fundraising database or donor software such as Advance, DonorPro, or The Raisers Edge is preferred Experience with Quickbooks is preferred. Experience with development and/or fundraising in a health care or community non-profit setting preferred. Ability to manage projects from concept to completion independently required. Strong written, verbal, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills required. Strong organizational and project management skills required. Excellent time management skills, especially with respect to detail, accuracy, and pacing. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: Act 34 Criminal Clearance UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $17.68 to $28.33 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC New York, NY, USA
Aug 22, 2019
Full time
Join a team where your community is our first priority. At Community Care Behavioral Health (CCBH), we're committed to giving your neighbors the quality of life that they deserve. A proud part of the UPMC Insurance Services Division, we provide members with the behavioral health treatment they need for better health and a higher quality of life, including treatment for mental health conditions, drug or alcohol addiction, and developmental disabilities. Community Care Behavioral Health partners with MetroPlus Health Plan to provide care to its members in the New York City area. With opportunities ranging from clinical to customer service, and everything in between, we're looking for highly motivated and compassionate individuals to join our diverse team where passion is nurtured and rewarded. We are hiring a team of Full time Quality Management Clinicians to support the Quality Department within Community Care Behavioral Health Organization (Community Care)/MetroPlus business unit. This will be a Monday through Friday daylight schedule. Travel to treatment facilities and provider sites to conduct record reviews, site visits and other quality management activities will be required. The Quality Management Clinicians will be based out of the New York City office location. Quality Management Clinicians are responsible for performing functions related to quality management and improvement, in compliance with NCQA, HEDIS, URAC, QARR and the New York State Department of Health quality assurance regulations. Responsibilities: Responsible for performing targeted, clinical audits and focus studies. Responsible for preparing monthly and quarterly quality improvement reports to the Board. Responsible for participating in updating the QM Plan. Responsible for assisting with training responsibilities for providers, Members, and staff on various issues as assigned by the Senior Director of Quality Management. Responsible for professional and staff development plan. Responsible for assisting with preparation for NCQA,QARR, HEDIS URAC, and other off site and onsite visits. Responsible for monitoring quality tracking reports and providing individual feedback to appropriate staff/committees, and aggregating the data on a monthly basis. Responsible for logging in, tracking, monitoring, and reporting individual and aggregate complaints and grievances to the Senior Director of Quality Management and other leadership staff members as appropriate. Prepares formal reports and tracks timing of various levels of complaint and grievance for further action. Responsible for specified data collection related to all functional departments of Community Care. Responsible for identifying trends related to product and participating providers. Responsible for participating in projects as designated by other management staff, such as the Chief Medical Officer and VP of Medical Affairs. Qualifications Licensed Registered Nurse (BSN preferred) or Masters Degree (licensure preferred). 3 years clinical experience. Experience in Quality Management procedures/processes preferred. Knowledge of URAC, NCQA, QARR and HEDIS standards referred. Experience in managed care preferred. Excellent organizational skills. Experience in report writing, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, collection and organization of large quantities of data. Ability to maintain effective professional liaison with all levels of staff, including professional and institutional providers of care. Independent problem solving related to job responsibilities based on knowledge of quality standards, clinically pertinent issues related to product and population served, and the operating practices of this organization. Ability to identify trends or problem areas. Demonstrates clinical knowledge of behavioral health related issues. Ability to propose and with supervision, implement solutions to identified trends or problem areas with recommendations for improvement. Excellent clinical, written and oral communication skills. Responsiveness to deadlines and has work completed on or before deadline 95% of the time. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: New York licensure: LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, LMFT, licensed RN (with BSN) and/or a licensed PhD (psychologist) preferred. Justice Center Clearances UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $27.43 to $46.22/hour Union Position: No
UPMC Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Aug 22, 2019
Full time
Do you find yourself wanting to help others, but not sure how to make your passion a career? Apply today for a Patient Services Representative with UPMC! We are seeking candidates with a strong customer service background and a desire to be empowered to ensure a positive experience during a patient's visit to UPMC. A Patient Services Representative is responsible for welcoming patients upon arrival, promoting the usage of new and emerging consumer-friendly technologies, educating patients on their co-payments and financial obligations and collecting payments when applicable, scheduling subsequent appointments within the continuum of care, connecting patients to financial advocacy resources when appropriate, updating patients' demographics and insurance coverage information, and promoting an overall culture of service excellence. We have a variety of Full time opportunities available throughout Allegheny County, withtypical schedules being Monday-Friday, daylight hours.Occasionally we do have part-time roles. Work settings include physician practices, hospitals, and outpatient surgery departments. Are you up for the challenge? Apply online today! Responsibilities: Provide a warm greeting for all patients Guide patient through use of self-arrival technology or check-in patient at desk depending on patient preference Collect copayments and any other applicable patient payments at the point of service Confirm and/or update patient registration information at checkout Schedule follow-up appointments within the practice at checkout Schedule or connect patient to resources to schedule for ancillary services at checkout Help patients navigate the healthcare system by providing clear and understandable instructions. Provides follow-up to unresolved patient questions or needs to ensure the appropriate continuity of care. Register patients in Biometrics (fingerprint recognition) program and explain benefits Promote MyUPMC patient portal and assist patients in registration when applicable Assist patients in education of financial responsibility and connect them to advocacy resources as needed Confirm/verify insurance benefits with the appropriate carrier via online verification systems or telephone inquiries Obtain signature of patient or family member for consent to treatment and financial responsibility following the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) rules and regulations Qualifications Completion of high school diploma or equivalent is required. Experience with personal computer based applications, other various office equipment and proficient typing skills are preferred. Two years of experience in a medical/billing/fiscal or customer service function is preferred. Knowledge of medical terminology is preferred. Prior experience with Medipac, Epic, or other health records systems is preferred. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: Act 34 Criminal Clearance Act 33 Child Abuse Clearance Act 31 Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting Training Act 73 FBI Clearance UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $13.73 to $20.98/hour Union Position: No
UPMC Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Aug 22, 2019
Full time
Do you find yourself wanting to help others, but not sure how to make your passion a career? Apply today for a Patient Services Representative with UPMC! We are seeking candidates with a strong customer service background and a desire to be empowered to ensure a positive experience during a patient's visit to UPMC. A Patient Services Representative is responsible for welcoming patients upon arrival, promoting the usage of new and emerging consumer-friendly technologies, educating patients on their co-payments and financial obligations and collecting payments when applicable, scheduling subsequent appointments within the continuum of care, connecting patients to financial advocacy resources when appropriate, updating patients' demographics and insurance coverage information, and promoting an overall culture of service excellence. We have a variety of Full time opportunities available throughout Allegheny County, withtypical schedules being Monday-Friday, daylight hours.Occasionally we do have part-time roles. Work settings include physician practices, hospitals, and outpatient surgery departments. Are you up for the challenge? Apply online today! Responsibilities: Provide a warm greeting for all patients Guide patient through use of self-arrival technology or check-in patient at desk depending on patient preference Collect copayments and any other applicable patient payments at the point of service Confirm and/or update patient registration information at checkout Schedule follow-up appointments within the practice at checkout Schedule or connect patient to resources to schedule for ancillary services at checkout Help patients navigate the healthcare system by providing clear and understandable instructions. Provides follow-up to unresolved patient questions or needs to ensure the appropriate continuity of care. Register patients in Biometrics (fingerprint recognition) program and explain benefits Promote MyUPMC patient portal and assist patients in registration when applicable Assist patients in education of financial responsibility and connect them to advocacy resources as needed Confirm/verify insurance benefits with the appropriate carrier via online verification systems or telephone inquiries Obtain signature of patient or family member for consent to treatment and financial responsibility following the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) rules and regulations Qualifications Completion of high school diploma or equivalent is required. Experience with personal computer based applications, other various office equipment and proficient typing skills are preferred. Two years of experience in a medical/billing/fiscal or customer service function is preferred. Knowledge of medical terminology is preferred. Prior experience with Medipac, Epic, or other health records systems is preferred. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: Act 34 Criminal Clearance Act 33 Child Abuse Clearance Act 31 Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting Training Act 73 FBI Clearance UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $13.73 to $20.98/hour Union Position: No
UPMC New York, NY, USA
Aug 22, 2019
Full time
Join a team where your community is our first priority. At Community Care Behavioral Health (CCBH), we're committed to giving your neighbors the quality of life that they deserve. A proud part of the UPMC Insurance Services Division, we provide members with the behavioral health treatment they need for better health and a higher quality of life, including treatment for mental health conditions, drug or alcohol addiction, and developmental disabilities. Community Care Behavioral Health partners with MetroPlus Health Plan to provide care to its members in the New York City area. With opportunities ranging from clinical to customer service, and everything in between, we're looking for highly motivated and compassionate individuals to join our diverse team where passion is nurtured and rewarded. We are hiring a team of Full time Quality Management Clinicians to support the Quality Department within Community Care Behavioral Health Organization (Community Care)/MetroPlus business unit. This will be a Monday through Friday daylight schedule. Travel to treatment facilities and provider sites to conduct record reviews, site visits and other quality management activities will be required. The Quality Management Clinicians will be based out of the New York City office location. Quality Management Clinicians are responsible for performing functions related to quality management and improvement, in compliance with NCQA, HEDIS, URAC, QARR and the New York State Department of Health quality assurance regulations. Responsibilities: Responsible for performing targeted, clinical audits and focus studies. Responsible for preparing monthly and quarterly quality improvement reports to the Board. Responsible for participating in updating the QM Plan. Responsible for assisting with training responsibilities for providers, Members, and staff on various issues as assigned by the Senior Director of Quality Management. Responsible for professional and staff development plan. Responsible for assisting with preparation for NCQA,QARR, HEDIS URAC, and other off site and onsite visits. Responsible for monitoring quality tracking reports and providing individual feedback to appropriate staff/committees, and aggregating the data on a monthly basis. Responsible for logging in, tracking, monitoring, and reporting individual and aggregate complaints and grievances to the Senior Director of Quality Management and other leadership staff members as appropriate. Prepares formal reports and tracks timing of various levels of complaint and grievance for further action. Responsible for specified data collection related to all functional departments of Community Care. Responsible for identifying trends related to product and participating providers. Responsible for participating in projects as designated by other management staff, such as the Chief Medical Officer and VP of Medical Affairs. Qualifications Licensed Registered Nurse (BSN preferred) or Masters Degree (licensure preferred). 3 years clinical experience. Experience in Quality Management procedures/processes preferred. Knowledge of URAC, NCQA, QARR and HEDIS standards referred. Experience in managed care preferred. Excellent organizational skills. Experience in report writing, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, collection and organization of large quantities of data. Ability to maintain effective professional liaison with all levels of staff, including professional and institutional providers of care. Independent problem solving related to job responsibilities based on knowledge of quality standards, clinically pertinent issues related to product and population served, and the operating practices of this organization. Ability to identify trends or problem areas. Demonstrates clinical knowledge of behavioral health related issues. Ability to propose and with supervision, implement solutions to identified trends or problem areas with recommendations for improvement. Excellent clinical, written and oral communication skills. Responsiveness to deadlines and has work completed on or before deadline 95% of the time. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: New York licensure: LMSW, LCSW, LMHC, LMFT, licensed RN (with BSN) and/or a licensed PhD (psychologist) preferred. Justice Center Clearances UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $27.43 to $46.22/hour Union Position: No
UPMC Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Aug 21, 2019
Full time
Are you an experienced nurse looking to take the next step in your career? Are you interested in remaining in direct patient care but also wish to assist with leading members of a clinical team? The Clinician/Clinician Fellow role may be an ideal step forward in your career. UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital is seeking dynamic leaders to assist in the clinical care and management of various inpatient units. All positions will support our Main Campus location in the Oakland neighborhood in the city of Pittsburgh. Clinician and Clinician Fellow level candidates will be considered for this role. The title and pay rate (minimum rate for Clinician is $34.31)for these positions may vary depending on nursing education level and years of nursing/leadership experience. The Clinician Fellow, Behavioral Health is a highly developed role model of professional nursing practice with focused expertise and accountabilities in one or more of the following: expert clinical practice, teaching/development, and/or evidence based practice. This role partners with management in the achievement of a culture of excellence in professional nursing practice and patient care. The Clinician Fellow,Behavioral Health under the direction of the Unit Director or Department Manager, assists in the completion of employee evaluations, selection and hiring of staff, and in performance management. The Clinician Fellow has the authority, responsibility, and shift accountability for the delivery of nursing care through the use of the nursing process. The Clinician Fellow,Behavioral Health in collaboration with other health care professionals, applies superior clinical knowledge and skills to achieve quality patient care outcomes. The Clinician Fellow, Behavioral Health is responsible for providing service-based education and clinical expertise for staff including orientation and training, consultation on practice issues and general coordination of clinical activities on a shift basis. They must demonstrate the knowledge and skills to provide care that is relevant to patients under their care, as well as apply principles of growth and development over the life span. The Clinician Fellow, Behavioral Health also must possess the ability to assess and interpret patient data needed to identify each patient's requirements relative to his or her age specific needs. The Clinician Fellow demonstrates a commitment to the community and to the nursing profession. Responsibilities: Applies nursing knowledge and skills within the framework of Relationship Based Care, using the nursing process to meet the clinical, psychosocial and spiritual needs of the patient and family. Practices solid verbal and written communication skills, and is able to articulate and translate the patient's condition to other care providers and to negotiate and make recommendations for changes in patient care and unit practices. Patient documentation is comprehensive and promotes communication between caregivers. Demonstrates critical thinking in the analysis of clinical, social, safety, psychological and spiritual issues for the patient care within an episode of care. Incorporates national professional organization as well as business unit and health system's goals to improve patient safety, quality and satisfaction of the patient experience in daily work. Creates a caring and compassionate patient focused experience by building healing relationships with patients, families and colleagues. Disseminates new knowledge and innovations through presentations, posters, and publications. Demonstrates interest in the development of others and positively impacts the lives of patients/families, peers, and members of the healthcare team through mentoring, education, and knowledge sharing. Actively participates in the role of preceptor for student nurses, nurse interns, graduate and experienced nurses and assists with the development of new preceptors in their role. Mentors and role models quest for continuous learning through formal education and the development of others. Seeks opportunities to share expertise with other members of the healthcare team within and beyond the clinical unit/department. Demonstrates knowledge of performance improvement tools and techniques. Continuously improves the quality of care and the work environment of outcomes and the integration of research and best practices into daily work. Shares learning from improvements with other units and/or spreads across the business unit or system. Develops and maintains productive working relationships internally and externally by building teams and relationships through mentoring and modeling uplifting and positive communication. Coaches colleagues on cultural diversity and addresses workplace horizontal violence and impairment. Demonstrates accountability to self and others for safe work hours, time management and healthy lifestyles. Serves as a leader in clinical nursing practice, identifying patient and staff focused opportunities for improvement and leading the change process. Identifies, educates and supports the psychological and learning needs of staff during change and transition. Practices participatory leadership and is an active member of shared leadership at the unit, facility or system level. Assumes formal leadership responsibilities for one or more of the following: quality improvement, evidence based practice, GN or new hire on-boarding. Assists the Unit/Department Leader with the peer review process Qualifications Qualification: Clinician Fellow: Minimum 2 years experience. BSN required, either at time of hire/transfer, or must be enrolled in a program within one year of hire/transfer date and completed within three years of enrollment. MSN or CNL preferred. Psychiatric Nursing experience preferred. Leadership experience preferred. Demonstrated competence as a Professional Staff Nurse/Psychiatric Nurse The individual must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care and/or interact appropriately to the ages of the patients served by his/her assigned unit as specified below. They must also demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and possess the ability to assess data reflective of the patients status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patients requirements relative to his/her age-specific needs and to provide the care needs as described in the department policy and procedures. Ability to establish and maintain positive, caring relationships with executives, managers, physicians, non-physician providers, ancillary and support staff, other departments, and patients/families. Ability to work productively and effectively within a complex environment, handle multiple/changing priorities and specialized equipment. Exemplary clinical judgment with critical thinking, analytical and problem solving abilities required as related to various aspects of patient care. Critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of the nursing process. Mobility and visual manual dexterity. Physical stamina for frequent walking, standing, lifting and positioning of patients Clinician: Minimum 3 years experience. BSN required/MSN or CNL preferred. Demonstrated competence as a Professional Staff Nurse. The individual must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care and/or interact appropriately to the ages of the patients served by his/her assigned unit as specified below. They must also demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and possess the ability to assess data reflective of the patients status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patients requirements relative to his/her age-specific needs and to provide the care needs as described in the department policy and procedures. Ability to establish and maintain positive, caring relationships with executives, managers, physicians, non-physician providers, ancillary and support staff, other departments, and patients/families. Ability to work productively and effectively within a complex environment, handle multiple/changing priorities and specialized equipment. Exemplary clinical judgment with critical thinking, analytical and problem solving abilities required as related to various aspects of patient care. Critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of the nursing process. Mobility and visual manual dexterity. Physical stamina for frequent walking,standing, lifting and positioning of patients. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: Current Pennsylvania licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse. National Certification preferred. CPR required based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance Basic Life Support or Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation Comprehensive Crisis Management Registered Nurse UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals w ith Disabilities. Salary Range: $31.69 to $49.32 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC Moundsville, WV 26041, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
Are you passionate about impacting lives and seeking a career in healthcare where you will work in a dynamic environment? If so, consider joining top notch facilities located in one of America's scenic cities and become a vital part of UPMC and life changing medicine. UPMC Newborn Medicine is hiring a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Ior Neonatal Physician Assistantto help support the NICU Department at Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling, WV. This full-time position will provide coverage during 24-hour shifts and assist with rounding, delivery room and inpatient care. The Staff Advanced Practice Provider (APP) is a member of the care delivery team. The Staff APP is responsible for setting the standards for the level and quality of care. The Staff APP has responsibility, authority and accountability for the provision of care through supervision by and collaboration with a physician. The Staff APP manages and provides patient care activities for a group of patients and their families through the application of independent judgment, communication and collaboration with all team members. The successful candidate will be placed according to years and months of experience for employment purposes. Provides primary health care and emergency services to high-risk newborns and infants. Obtains history, performs physical exams, interprets lab, radiographic, and clinical data to assist in developing a plan of care for each infant under physician supervision. Performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in accordance with protocols and policies as consistent with the Pennsylvania State Board of Nurse Examiners. Collaborates with nursing and allied health staff to help in providing family teaching and coordinating discharge planning. Responsibilities: Coordinate plan of care and procedure with the patient's primary nurse. Elicit, record, and interpret a complete health history, including past medical, obstetrical, family and psychosocial aspects. Initiate emergency evaluation and treatment. Make appropriate referrals in consultation with the attending physician for medical consultations, supportive services and regulatory reporting of patient safety issues. Participate in determining conditions, resources, and policies basic to sound health care of the high-risk newborn. Participate in the planning and presentation of continuing education programs for in-house medical and nursing personnel, referral hospital personnel and future RN's and Neonatal CRNP's. Serve as a resource outside the hospital system in areas where his/her expertise can provide a community service. Perform comprehensive physical assessment of the newborn/infant, order and interpret laboratory, radiographic and clinical data in planning and documenting the course of management and discusses the plan with Neonatology Faculty, Fellows and consultants. Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures necessary for the care of the patient. Such procedures are carried out in accordance with established protocols and after verifying patient name and birthdate. Provide support as well as information regarding the infant's condition, progress, and plan for care to parents/family, referring and consulting physician. Record and dictate interim, discharge, and transfer summaries. Regularly perform high level invasive procedures such as umbilical line placement. Serve as a member of Nursing and Medical committees as indicated. Contribute to the body of medical and nursing knowledge through collaborative and independent research and publication. Maintain clinical competency and keep informed of current trends and developments in neonatal nursing and related medical progress through continuing education and review of the literature. Participate in Neonatal transports from referral hospital by ground and/or air. Qualifications NNP Level I • MSN is required • Completion of an Accredited Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program • Two years level III NICU experience is required PA • 1 year experience or completion of a neonatology residency program.• Graduate of a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) is required. •BS required, MS preferred NeonatalAPP Special Skills and Abilities Required: • Ability to establish and maintain positive, caring relationships with executives, managers, physicians, non-physician providers, ancillary and support staff, other departments, and patients/families. • Ability to work productively and effectively within a complex environment, handle multiple/changing priorities and specialized equipment. • Critical thinking, analytical and problem solving abilities required as related to various aspects of patient care. • Good clinical judgment. • Critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of acceptable standards of practice. • Mobility and visual manual dexterity. Physical stamina for frequent walking, standing, lifting and positioning of patients. This position is dependent upon successful attainment and maintenance of hospital privileges, if applicable to the Business Unit practice. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: NNP-current state RN license and NNP certification National certification, eligible for licensure by West Virginia board of nursing, eligible for certification as a CRNP by West Virginiastate board of nursing Neonatal PA- Physician AssistantState Licensure, NCCPA current CPR certification is required, based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire NRP or STABLE required ACLS/BLS NCC Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $40.63 to $64.56 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC Bellaire, OH 43906, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
Are you passionate about impacting lives and seeking a career in healthcare where you will work in a dynamic environment? If so, consider joining top notch facilities located in one of America's scenic cities and become a vital part of UPMC and life changing medicine. UPMC Newborn Medicine is hiring a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Ior Neonatal Physician Assistantto help support the NICU Department at Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling, WV. This full-time position will provide coverage during 24-hour shifts and assist with rounding, delivery room and inpatient care. The Staff Advanced Practice Provider (APP) is a member of the care delivery team. The Staff APP is responsible for setting the standards for the level and quality of care. The Staff APP has responsibility, authority and accountability for the provision of care through supervision by and collaboration with a physician. The Staff APP manages and provides patient care activities for a group of patients and their families through the application of independent judgment, communication and collaboration with all team members. The successful candidate will be placed according to years and months of experience for employment purposes. Provides primary health care and emergency services to high-risk newborns and infants. Obtains history, performs physical exams, interprets lab, radiographic, and clinical data to assist in developing a plan of care for each infant under physician supervision. Performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in accordance with protocols and policies as consistent with the Pennsylvania State Board of Nurse Examiners. Collaborates with nursing and allied health staff to help in providing family teaching and coordinating discharge planning. Responsibilities: Coordinate plan of care and procedure with the patient's primary nurse. Elicit, record, and interpret a complete health history, including past medical, obstetrical, family and psychosocial aspects. Initiate emergency evaluation and treatment. Make appropriate referrals in consultation with the attending physician for medical consultations, supportive services and regulatory reporting of patient safety issues. Participate in determining conditions, resources, and policies basic to sound health care of the high-risk newborn. Participate in the planning and presentation of continuing education programs for in-house medical and nursing personnel, referral hospital personnel and future RN's and Neonatal CRNP's. Serve as a resource outside the hospital system in areas where his/her expertise can provide a community service. Perform comprehensive physical assessment of the newborn/infant, order and interpret laboratory, radiographic and clinical data in planning and documenting the course of management and discusses the plan with Neonatology Faculty, Fellows and consultants. Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures necessary for the care of the patient. Such procedures are carried out in accordance with established protocols and after verifying patient name and birthdate. Provide support as well as information regarding the infant's condition, progress, and plan for care to parents/family, referring and consulting physician. Record and dictate interim, discharge, and transfer summaries. Regularly perform high level invasive procedures such as umbilical line placement. Serve as a member of Nursing and Medical committees as indicated. Contribute to the body of medical and nursing knowledge through collaborative and independent research and publication. Maintain clinical competency and keep informed of current trends and developments in neonatal nursing and related medical progress through continuing education and review of the literature. Participate in Neonatal transports from referral hospital by ground and/or air. Qualifications NNP Level I • MSN is required • Completion of an Accredited Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program • Two years level III NICU experience is required PA • 1 year experience or completion of a neonatology residency program.• Graduate of a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) is required. •BS required, MS preferred NeonatalAPP Special Skills and Abilities Required: • Ability to establish and maintain positive, caring relationships with executives, managers, physicians, non-physician providers, ancillary and support staff, other departments, and patients/families. • Ability to work productively and effectively within a complex environment, handle multiple/changing priorities and specialized equipment. • Critical thinking, analytical and problem solving abilities required as related to various aspects of patient care. • Good clinical judgment. • Critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of acceptable standards of practice. • Mobility and visual manual dexterity. Physical stamina for frequent walking, standing, lifting and positioning of patients. This position is dependent upon successful attainment and maintenance of hospital privileges, if applicable to the Business Unit practice. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: NNP-current state RN license and NNP certification National certification, eligible for licensure by West Virginia board of nursing, eligible for certification as a CRNP by West Virginiastate board of nursing Neonatal PA- Physician AssistantState Licensure, NCCPA current CPR certification is required, based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire NRP or STABLE required ACLS/BLS NCC Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $40.63 to $64.56 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC Martinsburg, PA 16662, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
UPMC - SWAT Registered Nurse -Primarily Central PA locations - Med/Surg & Critical Care - Fulltime - 36hrs, Three 12 hour shifts. Set Rate of $39.00 Purpose: The SWAT nurse role is utilized to provide clinical support to clinical areas throughout all UPMC facilities that have a high need for supplemental staffing. The SWAT nurse has the authority, responsibility, and shift accountability for the delivery of nursing care through the use of the nursing process. The SWAT nurse, in collaboration with other health care professionals, applies competent clinical knowledge and skills to achieve quality care outcomes. The SWAT nurse will be trained and proficient in at least two specialty areas of nursing and utilized to fill shifts in the areas of high need including, but not limited to: med/surg, ICU/CCU, telemetry, step-down, ED, PACU, and long term care facilities. Nurses must be willing to work at all UPMC facilities and accept regular rotational assignments as determined by the SWAT team supervisor. Responsibilities: Assume responsibility for complex assignments and views problems as challenges. Assume the responsibility of charge nurse as needed when staffing requires an experienced staff nurse. Collaborate with physician and care team to ensure quality patient care. Communicate patient's condition to physician and other key members of the health care team. Comply with established medication use policies. Comply with safety policies and procedures including standard precautions. Constructively receive feedback and direction Contribute to the universal unit activities, including but not limited to responding to call lights and telephone, passing meal trays and patient transports. Coordinate interdepartmental activities to expedite care. Coordinate, provide, and evaluate patient/family education. Document in the medical record according to established procedures. Ensure equipment malfunctions are reported to the appropriate department, i.e., Maintenance or Biomedical Engineering. Establish appropriate, assertive and professional communication strategies. Function independently with one day orientation, unless otherwise specified. Maintain critical thinking skills, analytical and problem solving abilities as related to various aspects of patient care. Cultivate professional relationships and communication in the clinical environment. Identify and communicates learning needs to appropriate manager. Maintain critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of nursing. Maintain standards of nursing care and utilizes standards as a guide for practice. Perform work in a timely and productive manner. Prior to performing new or challenging skills, requests assistance and reviews relevant policies and procedures. Prior training in two areas of nursing and/or is willing to be trained in two different specialty areas of nursing as designated by SWAT team supervisor. Communicate educational needs when necessary. Maintain contact availability for schedule changes when needed. Must be flexible in scheduling to the requirements of the unit assigned. Provide basic psychosocial support and counseling. Report and record all changes observed in condition or behavior of patients. Respond to emergent situations and initiates appropriate actions. Seek out appropriate nursing, physician or other health care team intervention. Serve as a resource for staff and other disciplines. Strengthen interdisciplinary relationships with members of the health care team. Strictly adhere to all policies and practices relative to patient care and hospital related information. Take action to improve knowledge, skills and performance based on feedback or on self-identified developmental needs. Utilize nursing process in managing the care of patients including assessment, interdisciplinary planning, implementation, evaluation of patient care, teaching and discharge planning. Qualifications Demonstrated competence in professional nursing practice. 2years nursing experience required. Must be able to pass all UPMC required testing for Registered Nurses. SWAT Nurses must agree to be available to work 72 hours in a bi-weekly pay period, including but not limited to: day, night, weekend and holiday shifts. SWAT nurses will be willing and able to report for work at all UPMC facilities. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: CPR required based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire NIH/NIHSS required within 60 days of hire. Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance Advanced Cardiac Life Support Basic Life Support or Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation Certified National Institute of Health Stroke or National Institute of Health Stroke Scale Certification Older Adult Protective Services Act Registered Nurse UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $0 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC Hollidaysburg, PA, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
UPMC - SWAT Registered Nurse -Primarily Central PA locations - Med/Surg & Critical Care - Fulltime - 36hrs, Three 12 hour shifts. Set Rate of $39.00 Purpose: The SWAT nurse role is utilized to provide clinical support to clinical areas throughout all UPMC facilities that have a high need for supplemental staffing. The SWAT nurse has the authority, responsibility, and shift accountability for the delivery of nursing care through the use of the nursing process. The SWAT nurse, in collaboration with other health care professionals, applies competent clinical knowledge and skills to achieve quality care outcomes. The SWAT nurse will be trained and proficient in at least two specialty areas of nursing and utilized to fill shifts in the areas of high need including, but not limited to: med/surg, ICU/CCU, telemetry, step-down, ED, PACU, and long term care facilities. Nurses must be willing to work at all UPMC facilities and accept regular rotational assignments as determined by the SWAT team supervisor. Responsibilities: Assume responsibility for complex assignments and views problems as challenges. Assume the responsibility of charge nurse as needed when staffing requires an experienced staff nurse. Collaborate with physician and care team to ensure quality patient care. Communicate patient's condition to physician and other key members of the health care team. Comply with established medication use policies. Comply with safety policies and procedures including standard precautions. Constructively receive feedback and direction Contribute to the universal unit activities, including but not limited to responding to call lights and telephone, passing meal trays and patient transports. Coordinate interdepartmental activities to expedite care. Coordinate, provide, and evaluate patient/family education. Document in the medical record according to established procedures. Ensure equipment malfunctions are reported to the appropriate department, i.e., Maintenance or Biomedical Engineering. Establish appropriate, assertive and professional communication strategies. Function independently with one day orientation, unless otherwise specified. Maintain critical thinking skills, analytical and problem solving abilities as related to various aspects of patient care. Cultivate professional relationships and communication in the clinical environment. Identify and communicates learning needs to appropriate manager. Maintain critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of nursing. Maintain standards of nursing care and utilizes standards as a guide for practice. Perform work in a timely and productive manner. Prior to performing new or challenging skills, requests assistance and reviews relevant policies and procedures. Prior training in two areas of nursing and/or is willing to be trained in two different specialty areas of nursing as designated by SWAT team supervisor. Communicate educational needs when necessary. Maintain contact availability for schedule changes when needed. Must be flexible in scheduling to the requirements of the unit assigned. Provide basic psychosocial support and counseling. Report and record all changes observed in condition or behavior of patients. Respond to emergent situations and initiates appropriate actions. Seek out appropriate nursing, physician or other health care team intervention. Serve as a resource for staff and other disciplines. Strengthen interdisciplinary relationships with members of the health care team. Strictly adhere to all policies and practices relative to patient care and hospital related information. Take action to improve knowledge, skills and performance based on feedback or on self-identified developmental needs. Utilize nursing process in managing the care of patients including assessment, interdisciplinary planning, implementation, evaluation of patient care, teaching and discharge planning. Qualifications Demonstrated competence in professional nursing practice. 2years nursing experience required. Must be able to pass all UPMC required testing for Registered Nurses. SWAT Nurses must agree to be available to work 72 hours in a bi-weekly pay period, including but not limited to: day, night, weekend and holiday shifts. SWAT nurses will be willing and able to report for work at all UPMC facilities. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: CPR required based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire NIH/NIHSS required within 60 days of hire. Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance Advanced Cardiac Life Support Basic Life Support or Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation Certified National Institute of Health Stroke or National Institute of Health Stroke Scale Certification Older Adult Protective Services Act Registered Nurse UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $0 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC Roaring Spring, PA 16673, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
UPMC - SWAT Registered Nurse -Primarily Central PA locations - Med/Surg & Critical Care - Fulltime - 36hrs, Three 12 hour shifts. Set Rate of $39.00 Purpose: The SWAT nurse role is utilized to provide clinical support to clinical areas throughout all UPMC facilities that have a high need for supplemental staffing. The SWAT nurse has the authority, responsibility, and shift accountability for the delivery of nursing care through the use of the nursing process. The SWAT nurse, in collaboration with other health care professionals, applies competent clinical knowledge and skills to achieve quality care outcomes. The SWAT nurse will be trained and proficient in at least two specialty areas of nursing and utilized to fill shifts in the areas of high need including, but not limited to: med/surg, ICU/CCU, telemetry, step-down, ED, PACU, and long term care facilities. Nurses must be willing to work at all UPMC facilities and accept regular rotational assignments as determined by the SWAT team supervisor. Responsibilities: Assume responsibility for complex assignments and views problems as challenges. Assume the responsibility of charge nurse as needed when staffing requires an experienced staff nurse. Collaborate with physician and care team to ensure quality patient care. Communicate patient's condition to physician and other key members of the health care team. Comply with established medication use policies. Comply with safety policies and procedures including standard precautions. Constructively receive feedback and direction Contribute to the universal unit activities, including but not limited to responding to call lights and telephone, passing meal trays and patient transports. Coordinate interdepartmental activities to expedite care. Coordinate, provide, and evaluate patient/family education. Document in the medical record according to established procedures. Ensure equipment malfunctions are reported to the appropriate department, i.e., Maintenance or Biomedical Engineering. Establish appropriate, assertive and professional communication strategies. Function independently with one day orientation, unless otherwise specified. Maintain critical thinking skills, analytical and problem solving abilities as related to various aspects of patient care. Cultivate professional relationships and communication in the clinical environment. Identify and communicates learning needs to appropriate manager. Maintain critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of nursing. Maintain standards of nursing care and utilizes standards as a guide for practice. Perform work in a timely and productive manner. Prior to performing new or challenging skills, requests assistance and reviews relevant policies and procedures. Prior training in two areas of nursing and/or is willing to be trained in two different specialty areas of nursing as designated by SWAT team supervisor. Communicate educational needs when necessary. Maintain contact availability for schedule changes when needed. Must be flexible in scheduling to the requirements of the unit assigned. Provide basic psychosocial support and counseling. Report and record all changes observed in condition or behavior of patients. Respond to emergent situations and initiates appropriate actions. Seek out appropriate nursing, physician or other health care team intervention. Serve as a resource for staff and other disciplines. Strengthen interdisciplinary relationships with members of the health care team. Strictly adhere to all policies and practices relative to patient care and hospital related information. Take action to improve knowledge, skills and performance based on feedback or on self-identified developmental needs. Utilize nursing process in managing the care of patients including assessment, interdisciplinary planning, implementation, evaluation of patient care, teaching and discharge planning. Qualifications Demonstrated competence in professional nursing practice. 2years nursing experience required. Must be able to pass all UPMC required testing for Registered Nurses. SWAT Nurses must agree to be available to work 72 hours in a bi-weekly pay period, including but not limited to: day, night, weekend and holiday shifts. SWAT nurses will be willing and able to report for work at all UPMC facilities. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: CPR required based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire NIH/NIHSS required within 60 days of hire. Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance Advanced Cardiac Life Support Basic Life Support or Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation Certified National Institute of Health Stroke or National Institute of Health Stroke Scale Certification Older Adult Protective Services Act Registered Nurse UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $0 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC Mingo Junction, OH 43938, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
Are you passionate about impacting lives and seeking a career in healthcare where you will work in a dynamic environment? If so, consider joining top notch facilities located in one of America's scenic cities and become a vital part of UPMC and life changing medicine. UPMC Newborn Medicine is hiring a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Ior Neonatal Physician Assistantto help support the NICU Department at Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling, WV. This full-time position will provide coverage during 24-hour shifts and assist with rounding, delivery room and inpatient care. The Staff Advanced Practice Provider (APP) is a member of the care delivery team. The Staff APP is responsible for setting the standards for the level and quality of care. The Staff APP has responsibility, authority and accountability for the provision of care through supervision by and collaboration with a physician. The Staff APP manages and provides patient care activities for a group of patients and their families through the application of independent judgment, communication and collaboration with all team members. The successful candidate will be placed according to years and months of experience for employment purposes. Provides primary health care and emergency services to high-risk newborns and infants. Obtains history, performs physical exams, interprets lab, radiographic, and clinical data to assist in developing a plan of care for each infant under physician supervision. Performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in accordance with protocols and policies as consistent with the Pennsylvania State Board of Nurse Examiners. Collaborates with nursing and allied health staff to help in providing family teaching and coordinating discharge planning. Responsibilities: Coordinate plan of care and procedure with the patient's primary nurse. Elicit, record, and interpret a complete health history, including past medical, obstetrical, family and psychosocial aspects. Initiate emergency evaluation and treatment. Make appropriate referrals in consultation with the attending physician for medical consultations, supportive services and regulatory reporting of patient safety issues. Participate in determining conditions, resources, and policies basic to sound health care of the high-risk newborn. Participate in the planning and presentation of continuing education programs for in-house medical and nursing personnel, referral hospital personnel and future RN's and Neonatal CRNP's. Serve as a resource outside the hospital system in areas where his/her expertise can provide a community service. Perform comprehensive physical assessment of the newborn/infant, order and interpret laboratory, radiographic and clinical data in planning and documenting the course of management and discusses the plan with Neonatology Faculty, Fellows and consultants. Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures necessary for the care of the patient. Such procedures are carried out in accordance with established protocols and after verifying patient name and birthdate. Provide support as well as information regarding the infant's condition, progress, and plan for care to parents/family, referring and consulting physician. Record and dictate interim, discharge, and transfer summaries. Regularly perform high level invasive procedures such as umbilical line placement. Serve as a member of Nursing and Medical committees as indicated. Contribute to the body of medical and nursing knowledge through collaborative and independent research and publication. Maintain clinical competency and keep informed of current trends and developments in neonatal nursing and related medical progress through continuing education and review of the literature. Participate in Neonatal transports from referral hospital by ground and/or air. Qualifications NNP Level I • MSN is required • Completion of an Accredited Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program • Two years level III NICU experience is required PA • 1 year experience or completion of a neonatology residency program.• Graduate of a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) is required. •BS required, MS preferred NeonatalAPP Special Skills and Abilities Required: • Ability to establish and maintain positive, caring relationships with executives, managers, physicians, non-physician providers, ancillary and support staff, other departments, and patients/families. • Ability to work productively and effectively within a complex environment, handle multiple/changing priorities and specialized equipment. • Critical thinking, analytical and problem solving abilities required as related to various aspects of patient care. • Good clinical judgment. • Critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of acceptable standards of practice. • Mobility and visual manual dexterity. Physical stamina for frequent walking, standing, lifting and positioning of patients. This position is dependent upon successful attainment and maintenance of hospital privileges, if applicable to the Business Unit practice. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: NNP-current state RN license and NNP certification National certification, eligible for licensure by West Virginia board of nursing, eligible for certification as a CRNP by West Virginiastate board of nursing Neonatal PA- Physician AssistantState Licensure, NCCPA current CPR certification is required, based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire NRP or STABLE required ACLS/BLS NCC Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $40.63 to $64.56 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC St Clairsville, OH 43950, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
Are you passionate about impacting lives and seeking a career in healthcare where you will work in a dynamic environment? If so, consider joining top notch facilities located in one of America's scenic cities and become a vital part of UPMC and life changing medicine. UPMC Newborn Medicine is hiring a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Ior Neonatal Physician Assistantto help support the NICU Department at Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling, WV. This full-time position will provide coverage during 24-hour shifts and assist with rounding, delivery room and inpatient care. The Staff Advanced Practice Provider (APP) is a member of the care delivery team. The Staff APP is responsible for setting the standards for the level and quality of care. The Staff APP has responsibility, authority and accountability for the provision of care through supervision by and collaboration with a physician. The Staff APP manages and provides patient care activities for a group of patients and their families through the application of independent judgment, communication and collaboration with all team members. The successful candidate will be placed according to years and months of experience for employment purposes. Provides primary health care and emergency services to high-risk newborns and infants. Obtains history, performs physical exams, interprets lab, radiographic, and clinical data to assist in developing a plan of care for each infant under physician supervision. Performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in accordance with protocols and policies as consistent with the Pennsylvania State Board of Nurse Examiners. Collaborates with nursing and allied health staff to help in providing family teaching and coordinating discharge planning. Responsibilities: Coordinate plan of care and procedure with the patient's primary nurse. Elicit, record, and interpret a complete health history, including past medical, obstetrical, family and psychosocial aspects. Initiate emergency evaluation and treatment. Make appropriate referrals in consultation with the attending physician for medical consultations, supportive services and regulatory reporting of patient safety issues. Participate in determining conditions, resources, and policies basic to sound health care of the high-risk newborn. Participate in the planning and presentation of continuing education programs for in-house medical and nursing personnel, referral hospital personnel and future RN's and Neonatal CRNP's. Serve as a resource outside the hospital system in areas where his/her expertise can provide a community service. Perform comprehensive physical assessment of the newborn/infant, order and interpret laboratory, radiographic and clinical data in planning and documenting the course of management and discusses the plan with Neonatology Faculty, Fellows and consultants. Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures necessary for the care of the patient. Such procedures are carried out in accordance with established protocols and after verifying patient name and birthdate. Provide support as well as information regarding the infant's condition, progress, and plan for care to parents/family, referring and consulting physician. Record and dictate interim, discharge, and transfer summaries. Regularly perform high level invasive procedures such as umbilical line placement. Serve as a member of Nursing and Medical committees as indicated. Contribute to the body of medical and nursing knowledge through collaborative and independent research and publication. Maintain clinical competency and keep informed of current trends and developments in neonatal nursing and related medical progress through continuing education and review of the literature. Participate in Neonatal transports from referral hospital by ground and/or air. Qualifications NNP Level I • MSN is required • Completion of an Accredited Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program • Two years level III NICU experience is required PA • 1 year experience or completion of a neonatology residency program.• Graduate of a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) is required. •BS required, MS preferred NeonatalAPP Special Skills and Abilities Required: • Ability to establish and maintain positive, caring relationships with executives, managers, physicians, non-physician providers, ancillary and support staff, other departments, and patients/families. • Ability to work productively and effectively within a complex environment, handle multiple/changing priorities and specialized equipment. • Critical thinking, analytical and problem solving abilities required as related to various aspects of patient care. • Good clinical judgment. • Critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of acceptable standards of practice. • Mobility and visual manual dexterity. Physical stamina for frequent walking, standing, lifting and positioning of patients. This position is dependent upon successful attainment and maintenance of hospital privileges, if applicable to the Business Unit practice. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: NNP-current state RN license and NNP certification National certification, eligible for licensure by West Virginia board of nursing, eligible for certification as a CRNP by West Virginiastate board of nursing Neonatal PA- Physician AssistantState Licensure, NCCPA current CPR certification is required, based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire NRP or STABLE required ACLS/BLS NCC Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $40.63 to $64.56 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC Wheeling, WV 26003, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
Are you passionate about impacting lives and seeking a career in healthcare where you will work in a dynamic environment? If so, consider joining top notch facilities located in one of America's scenic cities and become a vital part of UPMC and life changing medicine. UPMC Newborn Medicine is hiring a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Ior Neonatal Physician Assistantto help support the NICU Department at Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling, WV. This full-time position will provide coverage during 24-hour shifts and assist with rounding, delivery room and inpatient care. The Staff Advanced Practice Provider (APP) is a member of the care delivery team. The Staff APP is responsible for setting the standards for the level and quality of care. The Staff APP has responsibility, authority and accountability for the provision of care through supervision by and collaboration with a physician. The Staff APP manages and provides patient care activities for a group of patients and their families through the application of independent judgment, communication and collaboration with all team members. The successful candidate will be placed according to years and months of experience for employment purposes. Provides primary health care and emergency services to high-risk newborns and infants. Obtains history, performs physical exams, interprets lab, radiographic, and clinical data to assist in developing a plan of care for each infant under physician supervision. Performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in accordance with protocols and policies as consistent with the Pennsylvania State Board of Nurse Examiners. Collaborates with nursing and allied health staff to help in providing family teaching and coordinating discharge planning. Responsibilities: Coordinate plan of care and procedure with the patient's primary nurse. Elicit, record, and interpret a complete health history, including past medical, obstetrical, family and psychosocial aspects. Initiate emergency evaluation and treatment. Make appropriate referrals in consultation with the attending physician for medical consultations, supportive services and regulatory reporting of patient safety issues. Participate in determining conditions, resources, and policies basic to sound health care of the high-risk newborn. Participate in the planning and presentation of continuing education programs for in-house medical and nursing personnel, referral hospital personnel and future RN's and Neonatal CRNP's. Serve as a resource outside the hospital system in areas where his/her expertise can provide a community service. Perform comprehensive physical assessment of the newborn/infant, order and interpret laboratory, radiographic and clinical data in planning and documenting the course of management and discusses the plan with Neonatology Faculty, Fellows and consultants. Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures necessary for the care of the patient. Such procedures are carried out in accordance with established protocols and after verifying patient name and birthdate. Provide support as well as information regarding the infant's condition, progress, and plan for care to parents/family, referring and consulting physician. Record and dictate interim, discharge, and transfer summaries. Regularly perform high level invasive procedures such as umbilical line placement. Serve as a member of Nursing and Medical committees as indicated. Contribute to the body of medical and nursing knowledge through collaborative and independent research and publication. Maintain clinical competency and keep informed of current trends and developments in neonatal nursing and related medical progress through continuing education and review of the literature. Participate in Neonatal transports from referral hospital by ground and/or air. Qualifications NNP Level I • MSN is required • Completion of an Accredited Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program • Two years level III NICU experience is required PA • 1 year experience or completion of a neonatology residency program.• Graduate of a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) is required. •BS required, MS preferred NeonatalAPP Special Skills and Abilities Required: • Ability to establish and maintain positive, caring relationships with executives, managers, physicians, non-physician providers, ancillary and support staff, other departments, and patients/families. • Ability to work productively and effectively within a complex environment, handle multiple/changing priorities and specialized equipment. • Critical thinking, analytical and problem solving abilities required as related to various aspects of patient care. • Good clinical judgment. • Critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of acceptable standards of practice. • Mobility and visual manual dexterity. Physical stamina for frequent walking, standing, lifting and positioning of patients. This position is dependent upon successful attainment and maintenance of hospital privileges, if applicable to the Business Unit practice. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: NNP-current state RN license and NNP certification National certification, eligible for licensure by West Virginia board of nursing, eligible for certification as a CRNP by West Virginiastate board of nursing Neonatal PA- Physician AssistantState Licensure, NCCPA current CPR certification is required, based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire NRP or STABLE required ACLS/BLS NCC Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $40.63 to $64.56 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC Shadyside, OH 43947, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
Are you passionate about impacting lives and seeking a career in healthcare where you will work in a dynamic environment? If so, consider joining top notch facilities located in one of America's scenic cities and become a vital part of UPMC and life changing medicine. UPMC Newborn Medicine is hiring a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Ior Neonatal Physician Assistantto help support the NICU Department at Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling, WV. This full-time position will provide coverage during 24-hour shifts and assist with rounding, delivery room and inpatient care. The Staff Advanced Practice Provider (APP) is a member of the care delivery team. The Staff APP is responsible for setting the standards for the level and quality of care. The Staff APP has responsibility, authority and accountability for the provision of care through supervision by and collaboration with a physician. The Staff APP manages and provides patient care activities for a group of patients and their families through the application of independent judgment, communication and collaboration with all team members. The successful candidate will be placed according to years and months of experience for employment purposes. Provides primary health care and emergency services to high-risk newborns and infants. Obtains history, performs physical exams, interprets lab, radiographic, and clinical data to assist in developing a plan of care for each infant under physician supervision. Performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in accordance with protocols and policies as consistent with the Pennsylvania State Board of Nurse Examiners. Collaborates with nursing and allied health staff to help in providing family teaching and coordinating discharge planning. Responsibilities: Coordinate plan of care and procedure with the patient's primary nurse. Elicit, record, and interpret a complete health history, including past medical, obstetrical, family and psychosocial aspects. Initiate emergency evaluation and treatment. Make appropriate referrals in consultation with the attending physician for medical consultations, supportive services and regulatory reporting of patient safety issues. Participate in determining conditions, resources, and policies basic to sound health care of the high-risk newborn. Participate in the planning and presentation of continuing education programs for in-house medical and nursing personnel, referral hospital personnel and future RN's and Neonatal CRNP's. Serve as a resource outside the hospital system in areas where his/her expertise can provide a community service. Perform comprehensive physical assessment of the newborn/infant, order and interpret laboratory, radiographic and clinical data in planning and documenting the course of management and discusses the plan with Neonatology Faculty, Fellows and consultants. Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures necessary for the care of the patient. Such procedures are carried out in accordance with established protocols and after verifying patient name and birthdate. Provide support as well as information regarding the infant's condition, progress, and plan for care to parents/family, referring and consulting physician. Record and dictate interim, discharge, and transfer summaries. Regularly perform high level invasive procedures such as umbilical line placement. Serve as a member of Nursing and Medical committees as indicated. Contribute to the body of medical and nursing knowledge through collaborative and independent research and publication. Maintain clinical competency and keep informed of current trends and developments in neonatal nursing and related medical progress through continuing education and review of the literature. Participate in Neonatal transports from referral hospital by ground and/or air. Qualifications NNP Level I • MSN is required • Completion of an Accredited Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program • Two years level III NICU experience is required PA • 1 year experience or completion of a neonatology residency program.• Graduate of a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) is required. •BS required, MS preferred NeonatalAPP Special Skills and Abilities Required: • Ability to establish and maintain positive, caring relationships with executives, managers, physicians, non-physician providers, ancillary and support staff, other departments, and patients/families. • Ability to work productively and effectively within a complex environment, handle multiple/changing priorities and specialized equipment. • Critical thinking, analytical and problem solving abilities required as related to various aspects of patient care. • Good clinical judgment. • Critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of acceptable standards of practice. • Mobility and visual manual dexterity. Physical stamina for frequent walking, standing, lifting and positioning of patients. This position is dependent upon successful attainment and maintenance of hospital privileges, if applicable to the Business Unit practice. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: NNP-current state RN license and NNP certification National certification, eligible for licensure by West Virginia board of nursing, eligible for certification as a CRNP by West Virginiastate board of nursing Neonatal PA- Physician AssistantState Licensure, NCCPA current CPR certification is required, based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire NRP or STABLE required ACLS/BLS NCC Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $40.63 to $64.56 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC Martins Ferry, OH 43935, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
Are you passionate about impacting lives and seeking a career in healthcare where you will work in a dynamic environment? If so, consider joining top notch facilities located in one of America's scenic cities and become a vital part of UPMC and life changing medicine. UPMC Newborn Medicine is hiring a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Ior Neonatal Physician Assistantto help support the NICU Department at Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling, WV. This full-time position will provide coverage during 24-hour shifts and assist with rounding, delivery room and inpatient care. The Staff Advanced Practice Provider (APP) is a member of the care delivery team. The Staff APP is responsible for setting the standards for the level and quality of care. The Staff APP has responsibility, authority and accountability for the provision of care through supervision by and collaboration with a physician. The Staff APP manages and provides patient care activities for a group of patients and their families through the application of independent judgment, communication and collaboration with all team members. The successful candidate will be placed according to years and months of experience for employment purposes. Provides primary health care and emergency services to high-risk newborns and infants. Obtains history, performs physical exams, interprets lab, radiographic, and clinical data to assist in developing a plan of care for each infant under physician supervision. Performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in accordance with protocols and policies as consistent with the Pennsylvania State Board of Nurse Examiners. Collaborates with nursing and allied health staff to help in providing family teaching and coordinating discharge planning. Responsibilities: Coordinate plan of care and procedure with the patient's primary nurse. Elicit, record, and interpret a complete health history, including past medical, obstetrical, family and psychosocial aspects. Initiate emergency evaluation and treatment. Make appropriate referrals in consultation with the attending physician for medical consultations, supportive services and regulatory reporting of patient safety issues. Participate in determining conditions, resources, and policies basic to sound health care of the high-risk newborn. Participate in the planning and presentation of continuing education programs for in-house medical and nursing personnel, referral hospital personnel and future RN's and Neonatal CRNP's. Serve as a resource outside the hospital system in areas where his/her expertise can provide a community service. Perform comprehensive physical assessment of the newborn/infant, order and interpret laboratory, radiographic and clinical data in planning and documenting the course of management and discusses the plan with Neonatology Faculty, Fellows and consultants. Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures necessary for the care of the patient. Such procedures are carried out in accordance with established protocols and after verifying patient name and birthdate. Provide support as well as information regarding the infant's condition, progress, and plan for care to parents/family, referring and consulting physician. Record and dictate interim, discharge, and transfer summaries. Regularly perform high level invasive procedures such as umbilical line placement. Serve as a member of Nursing and Medical committees as indicated. Contribute to the body of medical and nursing knowledge through collaborative and independent research and publication. Maintain clinical competency and keep informed of current trends and developments in neonatal nursing and related medical progress through continuing education and review of the literature. Participate in Neonatal transports from referral hospital by ground and/or air. Qualifications NNP Level I • MSN is required • Completion of an Accredited Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program • Two years level III NICU experience is required PA • 1 year experience or completion of a neonatology residency program.• Graduate of a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) is required. •BS required, MS preferred NeonatalAPP Special Skills and Abilities Required: • Ability to establish and maintain positive, caring relationships with executives, managers, physicians, non-physician providers, ancillary and support staff, other departments, and patients/families. • Ability to work productively and effectively within a complex environment, handle multiple/changing priorities and specialized equipment. • Critical thinking, analytical and problem solving abilities required as related to various aspects of patient care. • Good clinical judgment. • Critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of acceptable standards of practice. • Mobility and visual manual dexterity. Physical stamina for frequent walking, standing, lifting and positioning of patients. This position is dependent upon successful attainment and maintenance of hospital privileges, if applicable to the Business Unit practice. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: NNP-current state RN license and NNP certification National certification, eligible for licensure by West Virginia board of nursing, eligible for certification as a CRNP by West Virginiastate board of nursing Neonatal PA- Physician AssistantState Licensure, NCCPA current CPR certification is required, based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire NRP or STABLE required ACLS/BLS NCC Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $40.63 to $64.56 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC Bridgeport, OH 43912, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
Are you passionate about impacting lives and seeking a career in healthcare where you will work in a dynamic environment? If so, consider joining top notch facilities located in one of America's scenic cities and become a vital part of UPMC and life changing medicine. UPMC Newborn Medicine is hiring a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Ior Neonatal Physician Assistantto help support the NICU Department at Wheeling Hospital in Wheeling, WV. This full-time position will provide coverage during 24-hour shifts and assist with rounding, delivery room and inpatient care. The Staff Advanced Practice Provider (APP) is a member of the care delivery team. The Staff APP is responsible for setting the standards for the level and quality of care. The Staff APP has responsibility, authority and accountability for the provision of care through supervision by and collaboration with a physician. The Staff APP manages and provides patient care activities for a group of patients and their families through the application of independent judgment, communication and collaboration with all team members. The successful candidate will be placed according to years and months of experience for employment purposes. Provides primary health care and emergency services to high-risk newborns and infants. Obtains history, performs physical exams, interprets lab, radiographic, and clinical data to assist in developing a plan of care for each infant under physician supervision. Performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in accordance with protocols and policies as consistent with the Pennsylvania State Board of Nurse Examiners. Collaborates with nursing and allied health staff to help in providing family teaching and coordinating discharge planning. Responsibilities: Coordinate plan of care and procedure with the patient's primary nurse. Elicit, record, and interpret a complete health history, including past medical, obstetrical, family and psychosocial aspects. Initiate emergency evaluation and treatment. Make appropriate referrals in consultation with the attending physician for medical consultations, supportive services and regulatory reporting of patient safety issues. Participate in determining conditions, resources, and policies basic to sound health care of the high-risk newborn. Participate in the planning and presentation of continuing education programs for in-house medical and nursing personnel, referral hospital personnel and future RN's and Neonatal CRNP's. Serve as a resource outside the hospital system in areas where his/her expertise can provide a community service. Perform comprehensive physical assessment of the newborn/infant, order and interpret laboratory, radiographic and clinical data in planning and documenting the course of management and discusses the plan with Neonatology Faculty, Fellows and consultants. Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures necessary for the care of the patient. Such procedures are carried out in accordance with established protocols and after verifying patient name and birthdate. Provide support as well as information regarding the infant's condition, progress, and plan for care to parents/family, referring and consulting physician. Record and dictate interim, discharge, and transfer summaries. Regularly perform high level invasive procedures such as umbilical line placement. Serve as a member of Nursing and Medical committees as indicated. Contribute to the body of medical and nursing knowledge through collaborative and independent research and publication. Maintain clinical competency and keep informed of current trends and developments in neonatal nursing and related medical progress through continuing education and review of the literature. Participate in Neonatal transports from referral hospital by ground and/or air. Qualifications NNP Level I • MSN is required • Completion of an Accredited Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program • Two years level III NICU experience is required PA • 1 year experience or completion of a neonatology residency program.• Graduate of a Physician Assistant program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) is required. •BS required, MS preferred NeonatalAPP Special Skills and Abilities Required: • Ability to establish and maintain positive, caring relationships with executives, managers, physicians, non-physician providers, ancillary and support staff, other departments, and patients/families. • Ability to work productively and effectively within a complex environment, handle multiple/changing priorities and specialized equipment. • Critical thinking, analytical and problem solving abilities required as related to various aspects of patient care. • Good clinical judgment. • Critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of acceptable standards of practice. • Mobility and visual manual dexterity. Physical stamina for frequent walking, standing, lifting and positioning of patients. This position is dependent upon successful attainment and maintenance of hospital privileges, if applicable to the Business Unit practice. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: NNP-current state RN license and NNP certification National certification, eligible for licensure by West Virginia board of nursing, eligible for certification as a CRNP by West Virginiastate board of nursing Neonatal PA- Physician AssistantState Licensure, NCCPA current CPR certification is required, based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire NRP or STABLE required ACLS/BLS NCC Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $40.63 to $64.56 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC Altoona, PA, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
UPMC - SWAT Registered Nurse -Primarily Central PA locations - Med/Surg & Critical Care - Fulltime - 36hrs, Three 12 hour shifts. Set Rate of $39.00 Purpose: The SWAT nurse role is utilized to provide clinical support to clinical areas throughout all UPMC facilities that have a high need for supplemental staffing. The SWAT nurse has the authority, responsibility, and shift accountability for the delivery of nursing care through the use of the nursing process. The SWAT nurse, in collaboration with other health care professionals, applies competent clinical knowledge and skills to achieve quality care outcomes. The SWAT nurse will be trained and proficient in at least two specialty areas of nursing and utilized to fill shifts in the areas of high need including, but not limited to: med/surg, ICU/CCU, telemetry, step-down, ED, PACU, and long term care facilities. Nurses must be willing to work at all UPMC facilities and accept regular rotational assignments as determined by the SWAT team supervisor. Responsibilities: Assume responsibility for complex assignments and views problems as challenges. Assume the responsibility of charge nurse as needed when staffing requires an experienced staff nurse. Collaborate with physician and care team to ensure quality patient care. Communicate patient's condition to physician and other key members of the health care team. Comply with established medication use policies. Comply with safety policies and procedures including standard precautions. Constructively receive feedback and direction Contribute to the universal unit activities, including but not limited to responding to call lights and telephone, passing meal trays and patient transports. Coordinate interdepartmental activities to expedite care. Coordinate, provide, and evaluate patient/family education. Document in the medical record according to established procedures. Ensure equipment malfunctions are reported to the appropriate department, i.e., Maintenance or Biomedical Engineering. Establish appropriate, assertive and professional communication strategies. Function independently with one day orientation, unless otherwise specified. Maintain critical thinking skills, analytical and problem solving abilities as related to various aspects of patient care. Cultivate professional relationships and communication in the clinical environment. Identify and communicates learning needs to appropriate manager. Maintain critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of nursing. Maintain standards of nursing care and utilizes standards as a guide for practice. Perform work in a timely and productive manner. Prior to performing new or challenging skills, requests assistance and reviews relevant policies and procedures. Prior training in two areas of nursing and/or is willing to be trained in two different specialty areas of nursing as designated by SWAT team supervisor. Communicate educational needs when necessary. Maintain contact availability for schedule changes when needed. Must be flexible in scheduling to the requirements of the unit assigned. Provide basic psychosocial support and counseling. Report and record all changes observed in condition or behavior of patients. Respond to emergent situations and initiates appropriate actions. Seek out appropriate nursing, physician or other health care team intervention. Serve as a resource for staff and other disciplines. Strengthen interdisciplinary relationships with members of the health care team. Strictly adhere to all policies and practices relative to patient care and hospital related information. Take action to improve knowledge, skills and performance based on feedback or on self-identified developmental needs. Utilize nursing process in managing the care of patients including assessment, interdisciplinary planning, implementation, evaluation of patient care, teaching and discharge planning. Qualifications Demonstrated competence in professional nursing practice. 2years nursing experience required. Must be able to pass all UPMC required testing for Registered Nurses. SWAT Nurses must agree to be available to work 72 hours in a bi-weekly pay period, including but not limited to: day, night, weekend and holiday shifts. SWAT nurses will be willing and able to report for work at all UPMC facilities. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: CPR required based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire NIH/NIHSS required within 60 days of hire. Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance Advanced Cardiac Life Support Basic Life Support or Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation Certified National Institute of Health Stroke or National Institute of Health Stroke Scale Certification Older Adult Protective Services Act Registered Nurse UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $0 / hour Union Position: No
UPMC Tyrone, PA 16686, USA
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
UPMC - SWAT Registered Nurse -Primarily Central PA locations - Med/Surg & Critical Care - Fulltime - 36hrs, Three 12 hour shifts. Set Rate of $39.00 Purpose: The SWAT nurse role is utilized to provide clinical support to clinical areas throughout all UPMC facilities that have a high need for supplemental staffing. The SWAT nurse has the authority, responsibility, and shift accountability for the delivery of nursing care through the use of the nursing process. The SWAT nurse, in collaboration with other health care professionals, applies competent clinical knowledge and skills to achieve quality care outcomes. The SWAT nurse will be trained and proficient in at least two specialty areas of nursing and utilized to fill shifts in the areas of high need including, but not limited to: med/surg, ICU/CCU, telemetry, step-down, ED, PACU, and long term care facilities. Nurses must be willing to work at all UPMC facilities and accept regular rotational assignments as determined by the SWAT team supervisor. Responsibilities: Assume responsibility for complex assignments and views problems as challenges. Assume the responsibility of charge nurse as needed when staffing requires an experienced staff nurse. Collaborate with physician and care team to ensure quality patient care. Communicate patient's condition to physician and other key members of the health care team. Comply with established medication use policies. Comply with safety policies and procedures including standard precautions. Constructively receive feedback and direction Contribute to the universal unit activities, including but not limited to responding to call lights and telephone, passing meal trays and patient transports. Coordinate interdepartmental activities to expedite care. Coordinate, provide, and evaluate patient/family education. Document in the medical record according to established procedures. Ensure equipment malfunctions are reported to the appropriate department, i.e., Maintenance or Biomedical Engineering. Establish appropriate, assertive and professional communication strategies. Function independently with one day orientation, unless otherwise specified. Maintain critical thinking skills, analytical and problem solving abilities as related to various aspects of patient care. Cultivate professional relationships and communication in the clinical environment. Identify and communicates learning needs to appropriate manager. Maintain critical thinking skills necessary to exercise and to lead others in application of nursing. Maintain standards of nursing care and utilizes standards as a guide for practice. Perform work in a timely and productive manner. Prior to performing new or challenging skills, requests assistance and reviews relevant policies and procedures. Prior training in two areas of nursing and/or is willing to be trained in two different specialty areas of nursing as designated by SWAT team supervisor. Communicate educational needs when necessary. Maintain contact availability for schedule changes when needed. Must be flexible in scheduling to the requirements of the unit assigned. Provide basic psychosocial support and counseling. Report and record all changes observed in condition or behavior of patients. Respond to emergent situations and initiates appropriate actions. Seek out appropriate nursing, physician or other health care team intervention. Serve as a resource for staff and other disciplines. Strengthen interdisciplinary relationships with members of the health care team. Strictly adhere to all policies and practices relative to patient care and hospital related information. Take action to improve knowledge, skills and performance based on feedback or on self-identified developmental needs. Utilize nursing process in managing the care of patients including assessment, interdisciplinary planning, implementation, evaluation of patient care, teaching and discharge planning. Qualifications Demonstrated competence in professional nursing practice. 2years nursing experience required. Must be able to pass all UPMC required testing for Registered Nurses. SWAT Nurses must agree to be available to work 72 hours in a bi-weekly pay period, including but not limited to: day, night, weekend and holiday shifts. SWAT nurses will be willing and able to report for work at all UPMC facilities. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: CPR required based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire NIH/NIHSS required within 60 days of hire. Act 33 Child Clearance with Renewal Act 34 Criminal Clearance with Renewal Act 73 FBI Clearance Advanced Cardiac Life Support Basic Life Support or Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation Certified National Institute of Health Stroke or National Institute of Health Stroke Scale Certification Older Adult Protective Services Act Registered Nurse UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities Salary Range: $0 / hour Union Position: No