WorkSource Oregon Emergency Department Technician - Emergency Room - FT (19662) in Bay Area, Oregon

REQUIREMENTS: Maintains regular, consistent and punctual attendance at the assigned job location Provides care that is appropriate to and respectful to patient's age, culture, and spiritual needs Strong priority-setting and organizational skills Deals effectively interdepartmentally and with the public Ability to use a personal computer and various software programs applicable to the position Ability to read, write legibly, and converse effectively in the English language Exhibits the ability to make effective decisions based on verifiable and measureable data/criteria Demonstrates initiative and problem solving skills using sound judgement American Heart Association Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support (BLS) or must obtain by the last day of the month after 60-days of hire SAFE training certification or obtain by the last day of the month after 6 months of hire EMT Basic certification, recent Emergency Department Technician, current certification as a Certified Nursing Assistant 2 in the State of Oregon, completion of second term Nursing Curriculum, or paramedic experience (within the last two years) preferred High school diploma or equivalent preferred Recent (within past two years) hospital experience preferred Phlebotomy experience preferred DUTIES: Promotes positive customer relations with internal and external customers Completes assigned tasks in a timely manner Provides support to ED providers and/or private physician with procedures and treatments as requested Coordinates patient care with professional support staff Performs delegated patient care tasks as assigned by the RN and physician Monitors patient vital signs and notifies the RN or physician if they change Prepares wounds for suturing Applies dressings when directed by professional staff Measures and applies OrthoGlass Splints, utilizes OrthoGlass references manual Performs phlebotomy tasks Performs waived point of care testing as ordered Performs 12 lead EKG Transports patients to assigned units as appropriate Assists patients at time of discharge from the department, whether patient is being admitted to a floor or discharge for release Ensures the department is neat and well stocked Upon patient release from the department, assists with cleaning the room by wiping the bed down, changing linens, emptying the trash, straightening furniture, and stocking the room with necessary supplies/equipment Participates in continuing education and other appropriate learning experiences to maintain professional competence Attends a minimum of 75% of the department staff meetings Participates in achievement of the facility, department, personal and professional objectives Participates in performance improvement activities to improve care, processes, and customer service excellence HOURS: Full-Time Position - 36 Hours Per Week Shift: 9:30am to 10:00pm, days vary WAGES: DOE WORKSITE: Bay Area