Phone Triage Nurse (LPN)

Rural Health Clinic. Full-time position (36 hours per week). Works 7:45 am to 5:00 pm four days per week – Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday; rotates Saturday. Prioritizes patient appointments for medical practitioner’s schedules. Utilizes critical judgement to coordinate with practitioner and clinical staff members for patient access. Obtains medical histories from patients/families/significant others/nursing homes, etc and triages necessity and priority of patient placement within practitioner’s schedule. Records briefly in chart. Assesses patient’s problems on the phone, triages calls, discusses with medical practitioner/nursing staff and returns calls. One year in previous clinical job preferred. Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing program possessing a current Iowa Nursing license. Must either be certified in CPR or obtain certification during the first three months of employment.

Patient Financial Advocate

Revenue Cycle Department. Full-time position (40 hours per week). Works Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Provides services to patients concerning billing and accounting information. Processes collections and other miscellaneous accounting functions. Is responsible for all self-pay account processing. Is involved in the self-pay/early-out account process and is required to perform all general office functions as well. Ensures the patient and/or family understand their insurance coverage, access to internal and external financial assistance programs, estimated costs, payment plans, explain billing process, and collection policies. Must reflect a positive, well-mannered attitude in all contacts. Ensures all actions taken in carrying out responsibilities support patient centered care. Knowledge and use of customer service skills preferred. High school diploma or equivalent required.

Pod Nurse (CMA/LPN)

Elk Horn/Harlan Rural Health Clinics. Full-time position (36 hours per week). Works 4.5 days per week 7:45am to 5:00pm; Monday/Tuesday/Friday in Elk Horn (Friday 8:00am to 12:00pm); Wednesday/Thursday in Harlan. Is of prime importance in helping the medical provider respond successfully to the increasing demands for his/her services. Is the essential link between the medical provider and his/her patients, professional associates, and equipment and medical suppliers. Delivers patient care through the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing program possessing a current Iowa Nursing license or be a graduate of medical assistant training – possessing certification. Must either be certified in CPR or obtain certification during the first three months of employment.

Pod Nurse (CMA/LPN)

Harlan Rural Health Clinic. Full-time position (36 hours per week). Works Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 7:45am to 5:00 pm; Shelby afternoon two times per month; Saturday rotation. Is of prime importance in helping the medial provider respond successfully to the increasing demands for his/her services. Is the essential link between the medical provider and his/her patients, professional associates, and equipment and medical suppliers. Delivers patient care through the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing program possessing a current Iowa Nursing license or be a graduate of medical assistant training – possessing certification. Must either be certified in CPR or obtain certification during the first three months of employment.

Maintenance Tech I or II

Maintenance Department. Full-time position (40 hours per week). Works Monday through Friday. Scheduled hours vary from 6:00 am to 5:30 pm. On-call rotation consists of daily rotation equaling approximately 7-8 days per month including one weekend per month. Holiday rotation. Maintenance Tech I is primarily responsible for interior maintenance of the medical center’s buildings. Performs work in the construction, repair, and maintenance of structures. Examples are: flooring, paint, tile, cabinets, counter tops, framing, and drywall. Has some knowledge and skills in the maintenance and repair of mechanical equipment, HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems within the facility. Works according to prints and/or sketches, operations manuals and manufacturer’s specifications. Uses hand tools, power tools, precision measuring and testing equipment. Secondary responsibility is to assist other facilities staff members in performing duties involved in maintaining equipment, machinery, and physical structure of the hospital. This includes periodic cleaning of medical center’s property, upkeep of grounds, and disposal of trash and waste materials, and driving a vehicle to make pick-ups and deliveries in the local area. Rotates on-call responsibilities with other facilities staff members. Often functions as a helper to more highly skilled maintenance personnel. Maintenance Tech II has the primary responsibility for the medical center’s equipment that supplies heat, air conditioning, water, plumbing, compressed air, vacuum, electricity, and refrigeration. Performs specialized maintenance and repair and is responsible for the preventative maintenance of said systems throughout the facility. Operates at a Journeyman level with a license or equivalent experience working under a journeyman. Maintenance Tech II works with the Maintenance Tech I to complete construction projects throughout the facility. Secondary responsibility is to assist all other facilities staff members in performing duties involved in maintaining hospital owned and operated equipment, machinery, and physical structure of hospital. Maintenance Tech I should have one to four years general experience in building construction, repairs, and grounds. Maintenance Tech II preferred to have four years general experience in commercial and/or industrial boilers, plumbing, HVAC, and hydronic systems. Experience in commercial construction also a plus. Must be able to drive a vehicle. Must know how to use common cleaning devices and demonstrates care for equipment. Alternates holidays and weekends. Requires being on-call on alternate weeks. Overtime may be required. Some switching of hours may be required. Must maintain a valid state-issued driver’s license. High school education and general maintenance abilities required.

Fitness Monitor

Petersen Family Wellness Center. On-call position. Variable schedule working evenings and weekends. Provides supervision, guidance, and assistance to Fitness Center participants; ensures the general appearance of the facility and equipment are clean and in good working order, performs documentation and record keeping as required. Knowledge and use of exercise equipment preferred. PFWC will provide on-the-job training.

Registered Nurse

Medical/Surgical Department. Multiple positions available. Three full-time day shift positions (36 hours per week); works 12-hour shifts 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. One full-time night shift position (36 hours per week); works 12-hour shifts 7:00 pm to 7:00 am – receives night differential; one part-time position (24 hours per week); works every third weekend; one on-call position (works one 12-hour shift per month). $10,000 hiring bonus on FULL-TIME positions only. Utilizes the nursing process to provide and direct quality patient care in various settings: Med/Surg, Swing Bed, OB, SCU, ER, Outpatient, and Perioperative. Directs and provides patient/family teaching. Provides leadership when working with health team members in maintaining standards for professional nursing practice in the clinical setting. Must be a graduate from an approved Professional Nursing program. Must be a Registered Nurse currently licensed in the State of Iowa. Certification in Basic Life Support is required within 3 months of date of hire. Advanced Cardiac Life Support certification is required within 12 months of date of hire.

Fitness Center Facility Assistant

Petersen Family Wellness Center. Part-time, benefits eligible position (28 hours per week). Works Monday and Friday 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. Days may vary. Receives $1.50 shift differential. Effectively assists in the development, revision, implementation and communication of goals, policies, guidelines and standards for the Fitness Center in accordance with Medical Center policies, objectives, and standards, all under the direction of the Wellness Center Director. Ensures the general appearance of the facility and equipment are clean and in good working order. Successful completion of the work on a regular basis would result in a clean, safe, and attractive environment that is conducive to patient recovery and the satisfaction of guests at the Fitness Center. Must be 18 years or older. Training and experience not required. Knowledge of equipment beneficial. Supervision of staff is preferred. Must know how to care for equipment, how to measure cleaning solutions, and be alert to hazards. Use of common household cleaning devices preferred. High school diploma or equivalent preferred.

Environmental Services Staff

Environmental Services Department. Full-time position (40 hours per week). Works Monday through Friday second shift; rotates weekends/holidays. Assumes responsibility for overall cleaning of patient rooms, work areas and public areas according to standards of the hospital. May be required to sort and/or transport laundry. Successful completion of the work on a regular basis would result in a clean, safe, and attractive environment which is conducive to the recovery of ill patients and contributes positively to staff morale and the public relations of the hospital. Training and experience not required. Hospital will do on-the-job training. Must know how to use common house cleaning devices to keep areas clean. Must know how to care for equipment, how to measure cleaning solutions, and be alert to hazards. Completion of high school or equivalent preferred.

Food Service Worker

Dietary Department. On-call position averaging 12 hours per week, schedule will vary. Position requires two or three 3-hour shifts 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm per week; 8-hour shift every sixth weekend with the possibility of changing to every third weekend, hours between 6:00 am and 7:30 pm. Occasional holiday shifts as needed. Performs a variety of food service tasks to ensure deliverance of meals/food for patients, cafeteria, and special meetings throughout the health system. Variety of duties including but not limited to operating the dish machine. Sets up cafeteria for breaks and meals; serves customers; runs cash register; washes dishes, pots and pans; stocks supplies; cleans; delivers patient trays to floor; general duties as assigned. One year food service experience is desirable, but not required. Must have a general knowledge of cooking and using kitchen machines and equipment. Completion of high school or equivalent preferred.