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Clinical Supervisor
Department: ICU
Schedule: Varied
Shift:  Days
This position coordinates and renders total team nursing for patients.  Participatates in family and patient education.  Provides leadership by working cooperatively with staff and other ancillary/nursing departments.  Maintains standards for professional nursing practice and leadership.  Assists with staffing and clerical/management issues of the departments. 
Education/Experience:
Graduate of approved school of nursing.     Holds a valid and current nursing license in the State of Texas.
Must maintain BLS certification.
Must possess leadership abilities.
Demonstrates effective patient care and personnel management.
Successful completion of Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) course within 6 months of employment is required.
Successful completion of Critical Care Registered Nurse within 2 years of employment is required.
Must be dependable, responsible and interested in giving quality patient care.
Must complete unit supervisor orientation. 
 
 
 
Pharmacist
Department:  Pharmacy
Shift - Days
Under the general supervision of the Director of Pharmacy, processes the dispensing of medications and pharmaceutical supplies; assists in controlling and directing functions of pharmacy technicians when assigned to the shift. Provides drug information to health care professionals and patients to assist in providing rational drug therapy. Participates in on-call system to provide continuous pharmaceutical services.
Experience/Education:
Graduate of an accredited College of Pharmacy
Current licensure from Texas State Board of Pharmacy
 

 Case Manager

Department:  Case Management
Shift - Days
Schedule - Varied
The Case Manager assists in the planning, organizing, coordinating and monitoring of the services and resources needed to respond to an individual’s health care needs, promoting quality, cost-effective outcomes. Job responsibilities involve the development and adherence to the standards of professional nursing and the Case Management guidelines for discharge planning. Communications may routinely involve review of medical records, interviewing patient, family, and/or significant others, and collaborating with physicians, staff, healthcare providers, payor, and federal/state/community and regulatory agencies. Work assignments require direct contact with the customer, payor, and provider of health care services. Performs other duties as assigned.
Education/Experience:
ADN or diploma in nursing.
Registered Nurse, licensed by the Texas Board of Nurse Examiners.
Five years clinical experience.
Knowledge of Erikson’s development stages and applies developmental theories/concepts to meet an individual’s discharge needs.
  
 
RN - Full Time & PRN
Department: SICU  
Shift:Days & Nights available 
Schedule: Varied
Coordinates, prescribes, delegates and renders total team nursing care for patients. Participates in patient and family teaching and provides leadership by working cooperatively with ancillary nursing and other patient team personnel in maintaining standards for professional nursing practice in the clinical setting. Provides services to infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients, using the knowledge/skills unique to the requirements of each age group to ensure optimal patient care.
Education/Experience
Graduate of a school of nursing.
Holds a current and valid license in the State of Texas.
Must be clinically competent in arrhythmia interpretation or must
successfully
complete the telemetry class & monitoring exam given at WNJ.
Successful completion of ACLS provider status within six months.
Demonstrates the knowledge and ability to provide care for all age groups.
Accepts personal responsibility for maintaining NIHSS competency
yearly.
 
 
RN
Department: General Psych Care
Shift: Days & Nights 
Schedule: Varied
 Under the supervision and/or direction of the Clinical Nurse Manager, the Registered Nurse executes comprehensive nursing care activities and provides psychiatric nursing staff leadership. He/she assesses patient needs, plans and implements patient care activities and evaluated the patient’s response to treatment. He/she manages/acts within the therapeutic milieu and directs the delivery of nursing care by other members of the nursing treatment team. He/she will supervise licensed vocational nurses and mental health technicians.
Education/Experience:
Graduate of an approved or accredited School of Registered Nursing.
Current and valid license as a Registered Nurse in the State of Texas.
A minimum of one year’s experience in psychiatric nursing.
Has satisfactorily completed the competency requirements for the hospital and for the unit including State requirements as a clinically privileged nurse competent in voluntary and involuntary behavioral intervention.
Knowledge, technique and communication skills for the care and treatment of mental illness in geriatric patients.
BLS required or must be obtained within 30 days of hire or transfer.
 
 
RN
Department: MICU 
Schedule: Varied
Shift: Days (PRN is also available)
Coordinates, prescribes, delegates and renders total team nursing care for patients. Participates in patient and family teaching and provides leadership by working cooperatively with ancillary nursing and other patient team personnel in maintaining standards for professional nursing practice in the clinical setting.
Education/Experience
Graduate of a school of nursing.
Holds a current and valid license in the State of Texas.
Must be clinically competent in arrhythmia interpretation or must
successfully complete the telemetry class & monitoring exam given at
WNJ.
Successful completion of ACLS provider status within six months.
Demonstrates the knowledge and ability to provide care for all age groups.
Attain/maintain BCLS.
Successful completion of intensive care nursing orientation.
Accepts personal responsibility for maintaining NIHSS competency
yearly.
 
 
RN (Full Time & PRN) 
Department: Labor & Delivery 
Shift: Days, Nights & Varied
Schedule: Varied
Coordinates, prescribes, and delegates the rendering of total team nursing care for patients, participates in patient and family teaching and provides leadership by working cooperatively with ancillary nursing and other patient team personnel in maintaining standards for professional nursing practice in the clinical setting.
Education/Experience:
Graduate from an accredited school of nursing.
Current and valid license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the
State of Texas.
Successful completion of NRP course within six months of hire.
Attain/maintain BCLS.
 
 
RN
Department: Telemetry
Shift: Days  
Schedule: Varied
Coordinates, prescribes, delegates and renders total team nursing care for patients, participates in patient and family teaching and provides leadership by working cooperatively with ancillary nursing and other patient team personnel in maintaining standards for professional nursing practice in the clinical setting.
Education/Experience:
Is a graduate of a school of nursing.
Hold a current and valid nursing license in the State of Texas.
Must obtain ACLS Provider Status within 6-months of employment.
Successful completion of Telemetry orientation at WNJ (2 weeks) is
required.
Must be clinically competent in arrhythmic interpretation or must
successfully complete the telemetry class and monitoring exam given at
WNJ.
Demonstrated knowledge and ability to provide care for patients in all age groups.
Attain/maintain BCLS certification.
 
  
Occupational Therapist (PRN)
Department-Therapy Services
Shift: Varied
Schedule: Varied
 Works under the supervision of the Clinical Supervisor and the Therapy Services Director. Administers physician ordered treatment to a variety of patients. Adheres to the standards of the Texas Board of Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Examiner (TBOTE) Performs other duties as assigned.
Education/Experience:
Requires minimum of a Bachelor of Science or Arts degree from an accredited school of Occupational Therapy.
Requires current licensure in the State of Texas or temporary license while eligible to sit for state board exam.
Previous experience as a staff occupational therapist preferred.
Must have excellent interpersonal skills in dealing with public, patient and co-workers.
 
 
RN
Department: Med/Surg
Shift:Days
Schedule: Varied
Coordinates, prescribes, delegates and renders total team nursing care for patients, participates in patient and family teaching and provides leadership by working cooperatively with ancillary nursing and other patient team personnel in maintaining standards for professional nursing practice in the clinical setting. Provides services to infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients, using the knowledge/skills unique to the requirements of each age group to ensure optimal patient care.
Education/Experience:
Is a graduate of a school of nursing.
Hold a current and valid nursing license in the State of Texas.
Must obtain/maintain current BLS.
Must obtain ACLS Provider Status within six months of employment.
Successful completion of Telemetry within 6 months of hire.
Critical Care classes as designated by supervisor
Demonstrated knowledge and ability to provide care for patients in all age groups.
Accepts personal responsibility for continuing education to keep current in the field of nursing.
 
 
RN (Full Time, Part-time & PRN available)
Department: Newborn Nursery (Level 2)
Shift: Night
Schedule: Varied
Coordinates, prescribes, and delegates the rendering of total team nursing care for patients, participates in patient and family teaching and provides leadership by working cooperatively with ancillary nursing and other patient team personnel in maintaining standards for professional nursing practice in the clinical setting.
Education/Experience:
Graduate from an accredited school of nursing.
Current and valid license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the
State of Texas.
Successful completion of NRP course within six months of hire.
Attain/maintain BCLS.
 
 
 
Float Pool
RN and LVN positions available.
Must have at least one year hospital experience. 
 
 
PROFESSIONAL/DEGREE:
 
Director
Department-Plant Operations
Schedule: Varied
Shift: Days
The Plant Operations/Bio-Med Director will report directly to the President/CEO. Responsibilities will
include grounds maintenance, pest control, and hazardous waste for both campus’s and all offsite
operations.   Responsible for monitoring and ensuring that all WNJMC properties are in livable and
workable conditions relative to cleanliness and safety. Directs remodeling and construction related to
WNJ North Campus.
Education/Experience:
A bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related field, or extensive management experience with
additional management/leadership training.
Minimum of five years experience in a hospital or related organization.
Ability to motivate and promote team environment.
High degree of initiative, organization and perceptiveness.
 
 
Director
Department-Case Management
Schedule: Varied
Shift: Days
Development and administration of all phases of Case Management including the planning, organizing, coordinating and monitoring of the services and resources needed to respond to an individual’s health care needs, promoting quality, cost-effective outcomes. Job responsibilities involve the development, administration and adherence to the standards of professional nursing and the Case Management guidelines for discharge planning.
Education/Experience:
BSN required, MSN preferred.
Five years clinical experience.
Knowledge of Erikson’s development stages and applies developmental theories/concepts to meet an individual’s discharge needs.
 
 
Certified Recreational Therapist 
Department-Behavioral Health Services
Schedule: Varied
Shift: Days
Under the supervision and/or direction of the Program Director, the Recreation Therapist coordinates
and implements needed therapeutic activities for patients on the unit. He/she will participate in the
interdisciplinary treatment process.
Education/Experieince:
High school graduate or G.E.D. is required
Certification or proof of experience and/or continuing education related to activity therapy is
required.
Has satisfactorily completed the hospital in-service training.
 
 

Clerical:

 
 
Medical Records Coder
Department:  Health Information Management
Shift:  Days
Schedule: M-F
This is a technical job in a WNJ office setting. This position assigns diagnostic procedure codes to medical charts of discharged patients. Works under the supervision of the Health Information Management Director. Performs duties in accordance with established hospital and department policy and procedure also in accordance to the legal and federal guidelines.
Education/Experience:
High school diploma or G.E.D. is required.
Preferred certification for Accredited Health InformationTechnician or CCS Credentials.
Must have 3 years inpatient or outpatient coding experience.
 
  
Medical Records Clerk/Analyst
Department: HIM
Shift: Days
Schedule:  8 am - 4:30 pm
This is an experienced clerical position within the hospital’s Health Information Department. Under the supervision of the Director or designee, maintains medical record integrity through analyzing and processing medical data entry in patient records information, performs audits, assists physicians in chart deficiencies, preps, scans and indexes into the Horizon Patient Folder on a daily basis. Responds to requests for highly confidential medical information from a variety of sources. Performs duties in accordance with established hospital and department policy and procedure also in accordance to the state and federal guidelines.
Experience/Education:
High school diploma or GED required.
One year experience in Medical Records as chart analyst or one year experience in physician's office as an office physician assistant experience required (enabling a person to interpret physician's handwriting and recognize a physician's signature.
Six month course in medical terminology or one year experience in Medical Records or physician's office being qualified to read and understand the medical terminology of a medical report.
At least six months experience in terminal digital unit files; this can be obtained in physician's office or hospitals that file by JCAHO's requirements.
One year working experience in data entry/imaging equipment or a certified business course or specialized training in data entry/imaging equipment.
Six months training course on the legal aspects of releasing highly confidential medical information or one year experience in a hospital or physician office setting where releasing of medical information is required.
At least six months previous related experience in public contact and medical office.
Must possess excellent organizational skills.
 

Other Positions:

 
Nurse Assistants: Full-time and PRN available     
Departments: Med/Surg
Shift:7:00p - 7:00a
Schedule: Varied
A Nursing Assistant is one who performs delegated tasks/care that requires a basic knowledge of technical duties and that is consistent with the philosophy and mission statement of WNJ. Duties of providing quality care to assigned patients are under the supervision of the RN/LVN. Provides serves to patients using the knowledge/skills unique to the requirements of each age group to ensure optimal patient care.
Education/Experience:
High school diploma or G.E.D. required.
BLS/CPR required within 30 days of hire.
 
 
Unit Clerk  (3)
Department: Neuro-Spine or Med/Surg or MICU (PRN also available)
Schedule: Varied
Shift: Day and Night
Acts as the Unit Receptionist and performs clerical duties on the unit(s) in a manner that is consistent with the philosophy and mission statement of Wilson N. Jones Regional Health System. Answers the phone and relays messages, charts vital signs, maintains supplies and forms, and performs other clerical duties using the computer and other equipment on the unit assigned. Provides services to infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients, using the knowledge/skills unique to the requirements of each age group to ensure optimal patient care.
Education/Experience:
High School diploma and or G.E.D.
A medical terminology course is preferred.
  
Mental Health Tech 
Department: Behavioral Health Services
Schedule: Varied
Shift: Days & Nights
Under the supervision and/or direction of a Clinical Nurse Manager, Charge Nurse or Staff Nurse, the Mental Health Technician performs various duties assisting nursing or clinical staff in the treatment and care of psychiatric patients.
Education/Experience:
High school graduate or G.E.D. is required.
A minimum of one year’s experience is preferred.
Has satisfactorily completed a certification course for nurse aid or will within one year of employment.
Has satisfactorily completed the hospital in-service training.
 
 
Sleep Lab Tech PRN
Department: Sleep Lab
Schedule: Varied
Shift: Nights
The sleep center technologist must demonstrate proficiency in all modalities of sleep medicine and other multidisciplinary skills as defined by the sleep center competencies. The sleep center technologist will be responsible for performing all tests related to the Sleep Center. All care shall be in compliance with the hospital and AASM policies and procedures. This position reports to the Director.
Education/Experience:
High school diploma or GED required.
Prior sleep center experience and enrollment in ASTEP required.
Must complete ASTEP within six months of employment.
RPSGT, RST, CPSGT preferred.
Current BLS/CPR required or obtained within 30 days of employment.
Must be able to exercise judgment within the guidelines of the medical plan of care and the licensure practice act.
Must possess knowledge of polysomnography, sleep disorders, CPAP/BIPAP and the correlation of diagnostic assessment.
Must have a working knowledge of a variety of polysomnography and technical procedures.
Must be capable of recognizing emergent situations and immediately call the rapid response team or Code Blue.
Good verbal and written communication skills necessary.
Must maintain patient confidentiality.
Must be able to work under pressure and stress.