RN – Perioperative or Surgical Technologist (Scrub Tech)

Perioperative Department. Full-time (36 hours/week) position. Four nine-hour shifts; 7:00 am – 4:30 pm. Four shifts scheduled Monday – Friday + call required

The RN utilizes the nursing process to provide and direct quality patient care in the Perioperative setting. He/she directs and provides patient/family teaching. The RN provides leadership when working with health team member in maintaining standards for professional nursing practice in the clinical setting.

The Surgical Technologist (Scrub Tech) performs a variety of peri-operative duties with limited direct patient care during the pre-operative, intra-operative and post-operative phases under the direct supervision of an RN.

RN – Current Iowa license. Graduate from an approved professional Nursing Program.

Scrub Tech  – Certification of Surgical Technology. Certification in Basic Life Support is required within 3 months of the date of hire.  

Nursing Supervisor

Medical-Surgical Department. On-Call position. Sunday-Saturday; Every third weekend.

Manages nursing activities in the delivery of quality, cost-effective patient care. He/she directs, coordinates and participates in the delivery of patient care. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, staff performance appraisals, staff and scheduling, quality improvement, achievement of departmental goals, and membership on Nurse Management Council.

At least two years of clinical experience in Emergency Department as well as the Medical-Surgical area. Graduate from an approved professional Nursing Program. Current Iowa license. Certification in Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life.  

POD Nurse – Earling Clinic

Rural Health Clinic. Full-time position. CMA/LPN. 4 days/week; Monday, Wednesday, Friday in Earling = 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  Tuesday in Earling = 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and in the Harlan Clinic 1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

The Pod Clinic Nurse is of prime importance in helping the medical provider respond successfully to the increasing demands for his/her services. He/she is the essential link between the medical provider and his/her patients, professional associates, and equipment and medical suppliers. She/he delivers patient care through the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation.  

Graduate of an accredited school of nursing program possessing a current Iowa Nursing license or graduate of medical assistant training – possessing certification.  Must either be certified in CPR or obtain certification during the first three months of employment.