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  • Hospital RN- Part-time Nights

    **Bonus Available** 

    We currently have two Part-time shifts available: 48 hours per pay period or 60 hours per pay period.

    JOB DESCRIPTION:

    Provide professional nursing care to patients as ordered by the Medical Staff and as outlined by the policies and procedures of Health Services. Assist in maintaining continuity of nursing care given to the patients.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

    • Assess and meet patients' immediate needs.
    • Keep accurate and complete records.
    • Observe, record, and report to physician or immediate supervisor any significant change in the patient's condition associated with drugs, treatments or any other disease process.
    • Acquire knowledge of each patient’s background and history. Assist in planning and documentation of the total care for each patient.
    • Administer medications, treatments, IV's and blood as outlined in the procedure manual and as indicated by doctor's orders. .
    • Other duties as assigned.

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Supervise LPNs, LPN-C’s, ward clerks and nurse aides when needed

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:

    • Graduate of an accredited associate degree of nursing, diploma, or Bachelor of Science Degree in nursing program.
    • One or more years of experience in acute care nursing preferred.

    CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

    • Current Nebraska RN license.
    • ACLS training desirable and mandatory within one year of hire .
    • PALS training within two years.
    • TNCC desirable and mandatory within one year of hire.
    • Current Nebraska RN license.

    We currently have two options for nights available, 7p-7a 24 hours a week or 7p-7a 30 hours a week. 

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  • Hospital RN PRN- Day or Nights Available

    JOB DESCRIPTION:

    Provide professional nursing care to patients as ordered by the Medical Staff and as outlined by the policies and procedures of Health Services. Assist in maintaining continuity of nursing care given to the patients.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

    • Assess and meet patients' immediate needs.
    • Keep accurate and complete records.
    • Observe, record, and report to physician or immediate supervisor any significant change in the patient's condition associated with drugs, treatments or any other disease process.
    • Acquire knowledge of each patient’s background and history. Assist in planning and documentation of the total care for each patient.
    • Administer medications, treatments, IV's and blood as outlined in the procedure manual and as indicated by doctor's orders. .
    • Other duties as assigned.

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Supervise LPNs, LPN-C’s, ward clerks and nurse aides when needed

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:

    • Graduate of an accredited associate degree of nursing, diploma, or Bachelor of Science Degree in nursing program.
    • One or more years of experience in acute care nursing preferred.

    CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

    • Current Nebraska RN license.
    • ACLS training desirable and mandatory within one year of hire .
    • PALS training within two years.
    • TNCC desirable and mandatory within one year of hire.
    • Current Nebraska RN license.

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  • Hospital Ward Clerk/CNA- PRN

    PRN: shifts maybe be 7:00am-3pm or 3:00pm to 11pm

    SUMMARY

    Under the direction of the RN, responsible for answering phones and greeting visitors and patients. Take orders off the chart implement in Kardex and orders on computer. Other duties as assigned by the Supervisor.

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

    Computer skills, telephone etiquette

    CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

    CNA

    BLS required

    Apply today! 

     

     

     

  • Dietary Aide- PRN

    Saunders Medical Center is currently seeking motivated individuals that work well in a team environment. SMC prides itself on a friendly cooperative atmosphere that serves its residents, patients, and fellow employees with the quality and compassion that we would want for our own families.

    Looking for a new team member to:

    Serve meals, record accurately and timely, participate in menu planning and other duties assigned. 

    Apply Today! 

  • Environmental Services Supervisor

    The Environmental Services Supervisor will provide management direction for the housekeeping/laundry departments. Incumbent will have administrative responsibility for coordination of all housekeeping/laundry operations.

    Saunders Medical Center is looking for someone with Supervisory experience and prefer cleaning chemical knowledge.

    Education:High school diploma or the equivalent.

    Apply today!

  • Cook/Dietary Aide-PRN or Full-time

    Saunders Medical Center in Wahoo, NE is currently looking for a PRN and a FT Cook/Dietary Aide to join our team!

    Job Description:

    Meal Preparation and clean up of dining room and kitchen

    Serves Meals

    Other duties as assigned

    Apply today! 

  • Network Administrator

    We are currently looking for a Network Administrator that assists the Director of Information Systems with the operations of the Information Systems department.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and /or ability required.

    Network administration (including backup, security management, user account management, e-mail systems including e-mail web server, internet access, office systems and applications support).

    Assist in network design and implementation.

    Provide network support with a variety of operating systems.

    Install and configure computer network equipment.

    Assist with system upgrades, installs and troubleshoots networks, networking hardware devices and software.

    Maintain network connectivity of all computer workstations.

    Maintain servers and associated hardware, applications, services, and settings.

    Develop and monitor policies for the use of network resources.

    Implement and manage disaster recovery and back-up procedures.

    Evaluate and recommend security improvements and system upgrades.

    Monitor network to ensure optimal performance.

    Create and maintain network users/permissions.

    Test release of products to minimize user impact and ensure compatibility.

    Create technical support documentation for systems and applications

    Maintains inventory of equipment and parts as well as documentation of vendor activities.

    Develops and documents system standards for computer and network devices.

    Recommends and schedules repairs to the network as needed.

    Supports servers, network and desktop hardware, software and applications as needed.

    Assists with technology planning through ongoing research.

    Research technical manuals and guides to respond to user questions;

    Interpret and apply technical data processing manuals and related documents; keep current by reading, interpreting, and applying information on technological changes and updates; prepare clear and concise written communications;

    Manages anti-spam and anti-virus servers; researches and troubleshoots e-mail problems by reviewing mail logs, records, and network configurations.

    Reviews work orders/IT tickets, disassembles and moves equipment.

    Demonstrate personal traits of a high-level commitment, motivation and energy; team orientation; professionalism; trust; personal honesty and integrity; and a demonstration of placing others in a place of high value and treating them with dignity and respect.

    Other duties as assigned by the Supervisor.

    QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS

    Fundamental knowledge of networking concepts

    Proven network engineering, network operations, and network performance analysis skills

    Hands-on technical troubleshooting capabilities

    Ability to work independently under minimal supervision

    Knowledge of computing infrastructures

    Familiarity with server management and monitoring tools

    Exceptional critical thinking and problem solving ability

    Strong interpersonal skills to assist non-technical individuals with complex technical issues

    Handles highly confidential information/material

    Ability to communicate orally and written in a professional manner

    Works well both alone or in a team setting

    Ability to work on multiple projects, activities and tasks simultaneously.

    Work additional hours during the week and/or weekend, if required.

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

    This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

    DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

    The above statements reflect the general details considered necessary to describe the essential functions of the job as identified, and shall not be considered as a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the position.

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

    Bachelor’s Degree preferred.

    2 years previous experience in network administration role required.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS

    The employee may occasionally be required to lift up to 25 pounds. The employee must be able to sit for up to 90% of their day.

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  • Process Improvement Coordinator

    The Performance Improvement Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and implementing quality management activities and processes throughout the organization. Will work to optimize processes while reducing defects and costs.

    Essential Duties and responsibilities include the following:

    • Participate and assist in organization of quality management, quality council, and other meetings deemed necessary by your supervisor.
    • Work on quality processes in line with Baldrige criteria
    • Assist in patient safety initiatives in line with the National Patient Safety Goals.
    • Assist with outpatient chart abstraction and submit to CMS.
    • Assist with the Ongoing Professional Practice Evaluation (OPPE) for all credentialed providers.
    • Conduct audits in patient care areas.
    • Assist in the ongoing process of the balanced scorecard.
    • Assist in mock surveys
    • Assist with Customer Service programs and grievance resolution, Employee Satisfaction programs, Patient Family Advisory Council, Care Transitions Collaborative and with peer review.
    • Produce the Quality Newsletter
    • Other duties as assigned by the Supervisor.

    Education or Certifications:

    • Graduated from an accredited school of nursing
    • Five years of healthcare experience, with a minimum of two years Quality experience
    • A Bachelor's degree related to health or education preferred.
    • Current RN Nebraska license
    • Basic Life Support

Long Term Care Positions

 

  • RN/LPN- FULL-TIME EVENINGS OR PRN/WEEKENDS

    SMC is currently looking for Full-time Evening Shift RN or LPN and PRN/Weekend RN or LPN's to join our team. Bonuses, Gas Stipend and Shift Differential available! Apply and inquire today!

    SUMMARY

    Provide professional nursing care to residents as ordered by the Medical Staff and as outlined by the policies and procedures of Health Services. Assist in maintaining continuity of nursing care given to the patients.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Assess and meet residents' immediate needs.

    Keep accurate and complete records.

    Observe, record, and report to physician or immediate supervisor any significant change in the patient's condition associated with drugs, treatments or any other disease process.

    Acquire knowledge of each background and history. Assist in planning and documentation of the total care for each patient.

    Assist in directing, supervising, assigning, orientating, and teaching, of assigned personnel.

    Use all opportunities for teaching both patients and their families.

    Be aware of community resources that are available for the patient's continued nursing care after his/her dismissal. Assist in arranging resources for those that need them.

    Interpret LTC policies for the patient, his/her family, and the community.

    Administer medications, treatments, oxygen therapy and aerosols as outlined in the procedure manual and as indicated by doctor's orders. Attend annual in-service on these issues.

    Assist with ordering, receiving and handling supplies as needed.

    Assist with narcotic count at end of each shift and assure accuracy before allowing the staff to leave.

    Assist with Quality Performance Improvement as assigned.

    Provide direction and monitoring of medication administration by medication aide following the prevailing practice standards of the profession. The charge nurse will be responsible for observing and taking appropriate action regarding side effects, desired effects, intervention, and contraindication associated with the medication.

    Other duties as assigned by the Supervisor.

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:

    Graduate of an accredited associate degree of nursing, diploma, or Bachelor of Science Degree in nursing program.

    One or more years of LTC experience preferred, but not required. 

    CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

    Current Nebraska RN/LPN license.

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  • CNA - FULL-TIME EVENINGS, PART-TIME DAYS & FULL-TIME OR PART-TIME NIGHTS

    Hiring Bonus and Gas Stipend available for Full and Part time positions!!!!

    Saunders Medical Center is a dual certified 60 bed community that is dedicated to serving those living in Long-Term Care, Short-Term Rehabilitation, and Memory Support. This unique and diverse environment allows you to broaden skills and work in an area you are passionate about.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    As a C.N.A. at Saunders Medical Center - Long Term Care, your primary responsibilities will be providing assistance to residents with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), delivering exceptional service and compassionate care, working in a friendly and team-orientated environment.

    We are currently hiring for the following shifts:

    • FULL TIME EVENINGS 
    • FULL TIME OR PART TIME NIGHTS
    • PART TIME DAYS

    SMC Employee Benefits include:

    • Health, Dental, and Vision available for Full/Part Time employees
    • Employee Meal Discounts
    • Tuition Reimbursement
    • Continuing Education Opportunities
    • Paid Time Off (PTO) for Full Time & Part Time employees
    • Competitive Shift Differential
    • Basic Life Insurance for Full/Part Time employees, paid for by SMC
    • Shift Differential 

     

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

    •  Follow established performance standards and perform duties according to nursing service policy and procedures.
    • Obtain and record blood pressure, O2Sats, pulse, respiration and temperature.
    • Provide direct resident cares following the facility Care Plan Communicator (CPC).
    • Answer call lights & alarms in a timely manner.
    • Document intake and output, behavior charting, bowel and bladder records, and meal consumption daily.
    • Empty urinary catheter/ostomy drainage bags and document output.
    • Comply with all safety policy and procedures including but not limited to proper transfer techniques (i.e. mechanical lifts, use of gait belts, etc.).
    •  Assist with admission/discharge of residents
    • Perform unit duties including tidying patient rooms, passing fresh water, straightening patient kitchen, stripping beds after dismissal, getting and returning meal cart at breakfast and supper from the Dietary Department at the Care Center.
    • Participate in all safety, security and infection control programs that are mandatory as well as those required and provided by the department.
    • Uphold confidentiality and HIPAA compliance at all times and report violations to the Privacy Officer.
    •  Other duties as assigned by the Supervisor.

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

    • This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

    DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

    The above statements reflect the general details considered necessary to describe the essential functions of the job as identified, and shall not be considered as a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the position.

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

    • Prefer high school graduate or equivalency.
    • Nebraska Nurse Aide Certification required.

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  • LPN- PRN DAYS AND FT EVENINGS

    We are currently hiring for the following shifts:

    • PRN/WEEKEND LPN 
    • FULL TIME EVENINGS

    SUMMARY

    Provide professional nursing care to residents as ordered by the Medical Staff and as outlined by the policies and procedures of Health Services.  Assist in maintaining continuity of nursing care given to the patients.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and /or ability required. 

    • Assess and meet residents' immediate needs.
    • Keep accurate and complete records.
    • Observe, record, and report to physician or immediate supervisor any significant change in the patient's condition associated with drugs, treatments or any other disease process.
    • Acquire knowledge of each background and history. Assist in planning and documentation of the total care for each patient.
    • Assist in directing, supervising, assigning, orientating, and teaching, of assigned personnel.
    • Use all opportunities for teaching both patients and their families.
    • Be aware of community resources that are available for the patient's continued nursing care after his/her dismissal. Assist in arranging resources for those that need them.
    • Interpret LTC policies for the patient, his/her family, and the community.
    • Administer medications, treatments, oxygen therapy and aerosols as outlined in the procedure manual and as indicated by doctor's orders.  Attend annual in-service on these issues.
    • Assist with ordering, receiving and handling supplies as needed.
    • Assist with narcotic count at end of each shift and assure accuracy before allowing the staff to leave.
    • Assist with Quality Performance Improvement as assigned.

    Provide direction and monitoring of medication administration by medication aide following the prevailing practice standards of the profession.  The charge nurse will be responsible for observing and taking appropriate action regarding side effects, desired effects, intervention, and contraindication associated with the medication.

    Assumes responsibility for monitoring the results of PRN medication given by the medication aides.  Provide verbal direction to the medication aides regarding observations to be made after administering a PRN medication.

    Assumes responsibility that it is safe for a medication aide to provide a PRN medication, medication by an additional route (including but not limited to gastronomy tube, rectal, vaginal ) or participate in monitoring prescription medications.

    May participate in the uniting of the Comprehensive Care Plans.  Directs staff so that documentation reflects the Comprehensive Care Plan.

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Supervise MA's and nurse aides in the provision of resident care.

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

    • Graduate of an accredited associate degree of nursing, diploma, or Bachelor of Science Degree in nursing program.
    • Prefer one or more years of experience in LTC nursing.
    • Current Nebraska nursing license

     

  • LTC EDUCATION COORDINATOR

    Full Time Position

    Responsible for assessing and conducting the educational needs of Saunders Medical Center Long Term Care and complying with all state and federal education regulations.  Responsible for all new employee orientation and annual competencies.  This position will either perform the following duties or coordinate the performance of these duties through working with administration, LTC nursing, and other departments as appropriate.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.  To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and /or ability required. 

    Coordinate LTC nursing staff annual competencies according to state and federal regulations.

    Coordinate continuing education in-services for all LTC nursing staff to ensure they remain current on new clinical procedures.

    Coordinate at least 12 hours of nursing assistant in-services yearly according to state and federal regulations.

    Post a notice of in-service training classes and encourage attendance.

    Revise and conduct orientation programs for LTC nursing in accordance with SMC policies and procedures.

    Coordinate and conduct orientation programs in conjunction with hospital education specialist for job shadow, students, and volunteers.

    Ensure all nursing training records are kept accurate and up to date.

    Ensure all nursing staff maintain certification in BLS. 

    Track and ensure all LTC nursing licenses and medication aide and nursing assistant certifications are current.

    Assist LTC Director of Nursing to educate all employees on new regulations and standards.

    Assist the LTC Director of Nursing with auditing medical records for accurate documentation.

    Participate in data collection and analysis for ongoing training needs.

    Monitor the education department through process improvement projects.

    Assist with scheduling staff as needed.

    Be a part of the nurse on-call rotation with the nursing management staff.

    Participate in various committees of the organization as appointed by the LTC Director of Nursing.

    Assist with developing a comprehensive, realistic operating and capital budget that reflects the education department needs.

    Per invite by Director of Nursing, will participate in all safety, security and infection control programs that are mandatory as well as those required and provided by the department.

    Uphold confidentiality and HIPAA compliance at all times and report violations to the Privacy Officer.

    Understand and comply with the requirements of the Saunders Medical Center’s Compliance Program, including, but not limited to the Code of Conduct, the Compliance Policy, all Saunders Medical Center-wide policies for compliance, and compliance plans affecting specific duties and responsibilities.

    Participate in all education and training programs regarding compliance as required by Saunders Medical Center policy and as requested by the Supervisor.

    Demonstrate personal traits of a high-level commitment, motivation and energy; team orientation; professionalism; trust; personal honesty and integrity; and a demonstration of placing others in a place of high value and treating them with dignity and respect.

    Other duties as assigned by the Supervisor.

     

    SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

    Conduct Quarterly Rounding

    On call responsibilities of the nursing department

     

    EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

    Graduation from an accredited school of nursing.

    Five years of healthcare experience with Long Term Care experience preferred.

    Bachelor's degree related to health or education is preferred.

    Possess basic computer skills with proficiencies in Word, Excel, Power Point, and Microsoft Outlook.

    Experience with electronic medical records and ability to be proficient in American Health Tech.

     

     

    CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

    Current RN Nebraska license

    Current Basic Life Support Certification

     

     


Equal Opportunity Employer

All positions offer: 

  • Competitive salary and benefits.
  • Health Insurance with HSA contribution
  • Dental and Vision Insurance with SMC contribution
  • Short and Long Term Disability; premiums paid by SMC
  • Life and AD&D for Employee and Dependents paid by SMC
  • PTO and Holiday pay
  • One America retirement with SMC Contribution
  • Shift and weekend differential
  • Dependent and Medical Flexible spending
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Discounted meals 
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Further discounts including: EDGE Workouts, lab draws, Verizon Wireless, Wahoo Civic Center and more! 

We look forward to the contributions you can make to our staff, our patients and our community!