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 RN/FT
Department:  Behavioral Health
Shift - Nights/7p-7a
Schedule - Sun/Mon/Tues
Under the supervision of the Clinical Nurse Manager, the RN executes comprehensive nursing care activities and provides psychiatric nursing staff leadership. He/she assesses patient needs, plans and implements patient care activities and evaluates 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 mental health technicians.
Education/Experience
RN with a current and valid nursing license for the State of TX. A minimum of one year's experience in psychiatric nursing. Working knowledge, technique and communication skills for the care and treatment of mental illness.  BLS/CPR required or must be obtained within 30 days of hire.
 
 
 
Case Manager/PRN
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.
 
 
Respiratory Therapist (PRN)
Department:  Respiratory Services
Schedule:  Variable
Shift:  Days and Nights
Assesses and renders general and advanced respiratory care/diagnostic studies to patients under the direction and supervision of the Lead Therapist or Department Director.  Performs a variety of direct and indirect patient care duties to include:  ventilator management, CPT, pulse oximetry, incentive spirometry, O2 and CO2 therapy, EZPAP, aspiration of nasal/oral cavities or per artificial airways and delivery of aerosolized medications.
Education/Experience:
Graduate of an AMA accredited two year technician or two year respiratory care therapist program.  Must hold current and valid RCP for the State of TX.  CRT/RRT preferred. BLS, ACLS, PALS and NRP or must be obtained.
 
 
RADIOGRAPHER  (Full-time)
Department:  Radiology Services
Schedule:  Mon - Fri
Shift:  1:30p - 10p
This is a technical job in a hospital setting that directly performs diagnostic radiology examinations as ordered by licensed members of the medical staff. Job responsibilities involve the independent following of specific guidelines.  Work assignments routinely involve heavy lifting and persuasion for procedure cooperation. Works under the supervision of the Radiology Department Director, Radiology Supervisor and staff radiologists.
Education/Experience:
AART or Texas Department of Health Medical Radiologic Technologist certification or a second semester clinical radiology student of a JCERT approved radiology program who has completed all diagnostic radiology procedure/patient care compentencies. BLS/CPR required or must be obtained.
  
 
 
 
 
RN (FT and PRN)
Department: MICU and SICU 
Schedule: Variable
Shift: Days and Nights
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.
 
 
  
Float Pool
RN and LVN positions available.
Must have at least one year hospital experience. 
 
 
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Nurse Assistants: Full-time and PRN available     
Department: 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.
 
 
Certified Scrub Tech
Department:  Operating Room
Shift:  To be determined
Schedule:  Mon - Fri (with call required on wknds)
A scrub tech performs delegated tasks/care that assists in the nursing care and preparation of surgical patients.  Functions as a member of the sterile team in donning gown and gloves, creating and maintaining a sterile field and issuing instruments to surgeons. Is under the supervision of the RN.
Education/Experience:
HSD/GED is required. Operation Room Tech certification is required.
 
 
 
 
Unit Clerk
Department: Neuro-Spine or Med/Surg  (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.