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Job Description: Manages functions and activities of the Department of Laboratory Services, which includes:  Chemistry, Hematology, Blood Bank, Microbiology, Molecular, Point of Care, Serology, Send-Outs, Phlebotomy and Processing, Accessioning, Cytology, Histology, General Pathology, Medical Arts Lab, Health Center Northwest Lab, and multiple outpatient clinics.  Maintains a positive, professional working relationship with the Laboratory Medical Director and hospital pathologists.  Manages daily clinical operation, interprets policies, standards and regulations for personnel, patients, medical staff and the public.  Supervises the daily operations of the Laboratory Supervisors who serve as technical leaders and coordinators for their respective areas.  Oversees all technical instrumentation and equipment acquisition, installation, interfacing, and implementation.  Oversees test development and implementation, from technical to billing aspects.  Selects Reference Laboratories and oversees the recording of their CLIA or other certifications.   Directs and supervises the staffing schedules of all personnel within Laboratory Services, including timekeeping and payroll.  Completes or directs the completion of performance evaluations for all Laboratory employees. Works in partnership with Human Resources to address personnel issues or concerns. Develops and implements Performance Improvement programs.  Writes annual capital and operational budgets and interfaces well with other fiduciary departments throughout the organization.  Is accountable for expenses and revenues for laboratory.  Prepares annual list of items to submit for Capital Budget approval.  Approves, verifies, allocates and distributes to corporate accounting invoices for the Laboratory accounts.   

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Job Description: Staffing and Scheduling Coordinator Job Job Description: Location: 4286 - MileStone Staffing - Nashville Title: Staffing and Scheduling Coordinator Description: NURSE STAFFING - SCHEDULING COORDINATOR After Hours - Weekends Nashville, TN   After Hours/On-Call Scheduler needed for nurse staffing office in Nashville.  Work from home!  Evening and weekend hours make it ideal for second job or stay at home parent.    Previous staffing or on-call experience in the medical industry strongly preferred.  Excellent phone skills and good organizational skills required.   For consideration please submit application and resume detailing work experience. Educational Requirements: High School Diploma or GED required. Associates Degree in office management or related field strongly preferred. Position Requirements: Clerical skills, PC, strong math skills required. Staffing and scheduling experience preferred. Category: Nursing - Other About The Organization: EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability. EEO Poster Job Segments: Administrative, Clerical, Customer Service, Healthcare, Human Resources, Medical, Office Manager, Scheduler, Staffing

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Job Description: Staffing and Scheduling Coordinator Job Job Description: Location: 4019 - HHCC-Prestwick, Avon, Indiana Title: Staffing and Scheduling Coordinator Description: HCR ManorCare provides a range of services, including skilled nursing care, assisted living, post-acute medical and rehabilitation care, hospice care, home health care and rehabilitation therapy. Responsible to prepare schedules and maintain appropriate staffing levels in the nursing departments on a 24-hour basis according to administrative requirements. In return for your expertise, you’ll enjoy excellent training, industry-leading benefits and unlimited opportunities to learn and grow. Be a part of the team leading the nation in healthcare. Educational Requirements: High School Diploma or GED required. Associates Degree in office management or related field strongly preferred. Position Requirements: Clerical skills, PC, strong math skills required. Staffing and scheduling experience preferred. Category: Nursing - Other About The Organization: EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability. EEO Poster Job Segments: Administrative, Clerical, Clinic, Customer Service, Healthcare, Hospice, Human Resources, Medical, Office Manager, Palliative, Rehabilitation, Scheduler, Staffing

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Job Description: Staffing and Scheduling Coordinator Job Job Description: Location: 388 - MCHS - South Holland SNF, South Holland, Illinois Title: Staffing and Scheduling Coordinator Description: HCR ManorCare provides a range of services, including skilled nursing care, assisted living, post-acute medical and rehabilitation care, hospice care, home health care and rehabilitation therapy. Responsible to prepare schedules and maintain appropriate staffing levels in the nursing departments on a 24-hour basis according to administrative requirements. In return for your expertise, you’ll enjoy excellent training, industry-leading benefits and unlimited opportunities to learn and grow. Be a part of the team leading the nation in healthcare. Educational Requirements: High School Diploma or GED required. Associates Degree in office management or related field strongly preferred. Position Requirements: Clerical skills, PC, strong math skills required. Staffing and scheduling experience preferred. Category: Nursing - Other About The Organization: EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability. EEO Poster Job Segments: Administrative, Clerical, Clinic, Customer Service, Healthcare, Hospice, Human Resources, Medical, Office Manager, Palliative, Rehabilitation, Scheduler, Staffing

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Job Description: Staffing and Scheduling Coordinator Job Job Description: Location: 535 - MCHS - Boca Raton, Boca Raton, Florida Title: Staffing and Scheduling Coordinator Description: HCR ManorCare provides a range of services, including skilled nursing care, assisted living, post-acute medical and rehabilitation care, hospice care, home health care and rehabilitation therapy. Responsible to prepare schedules and maintain appropriate staffing levels in the nursing departments on a 24-hour basis according to administrative requirements. In return for your expertise, you’ll enjoy excellent training, industry-leading benefits and unlimited opportunities to learn and grow. Be a part of the team leading the nation in healthcare. Educational Requirements: High School Diploma or GED required. Associates Degree in office management or related field strongly preferred. Position Requirements: Clerical skills, PC, strong math skills required. Staffing and scheduling experience preferred. Category: Nursing - Other About The Organization: EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability. EEO Poster Job Segments: Administrative, Clerical, Clinic, Customer Service, Healthcare, Hospice, Human Resources, Medical, Office Manager, Palliative, Rehabilitation, Scheduler, Staffing

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Job Description: NURSING STAFFING COORDINATOR - Nursing Administration (PRN)   The Woman's Hospital of Texas JOB DESCRIPTION - The Nursing Staffing Coordinator   POSITION SUMMARY: 1.      Under the supervision of Manager of Nursing Administration and the Director of Medical/Surgical/ICU/Treatment Room, oversees and provides support to all nursing units, which includes reviewing, adjusting and documenting of staffing and time for payroll purposes. 2.      Manages the coordination of adjusting staffing on a daily basis according to hospital volumes 3.      Completes and helps coordinate payroll process for the assigned nursing departments 4.      Maintains up-to-date records of nursing personnel licensure and changes of personal information. 5.      Manages the work from Nursing Administration to achieve maximum productivity and efficiency 6.      Maintains filing and record keeping system to allow for easy retrieval of information 7.      Fulfills the duty and responsibility to maintain competence and to continue personal and professional growth. 8.      Identifies and assists with opportunities for performance improvement activities on the unit and with other service areas. Participates in the performance improvement activities within the Nursing Department. 9.      Demonstrates fiscal responsibility by taking ownership of time management, decreasing waste (of time and supplies) and promoting cost effectiveness while maintaining patient safety and quality of care. 10.  Demonstrates the ability to be an advocate for and strive to protect the health, safety and rights of the patient. 11.  Interactions with patients and colleagues demonstrate compassion and respect for the inherent dignity, worth, and uniqueness of every individual, unrestricted by considerations of social or economic status or cultural beliefs. 12.  Communicate effectively with other care providers (physicians, nurses, and satellite staff) to provide for continuity of patient care and to meet the needs of the customers we serve. 13.  Demonstrates ability to fulfill requirements of attendance, punctuality, and timekeeping practices. 14.  Behaviors and interactions demonstrate a positive attitude, personal initiative and motivation to achieve the goals of the unit. 15.  To uphold the standards of the profession and organization and practice ethically and with integrity. 16.  Other duties as assigned.   Reports to:  Charge Nurse, Nurse Manager, Director  Job Requirements: Education required and/or preferred: REQUIRED:  None.   Licensure/Certification REQUIRED: N/A   Experience required or preferred:       PREFFERED: Previous Staffing Experience

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Job Description: Staffing Coordinator - Nursing Supervision Dept. (Nights PRN) - Methodist Specialty and Transplant Hospital General Statement of Duties:   Coordinates staffing for one or more hospitals within MHS on a per shift basis: 7a & 7p. Effectively balances and disperses nursing resources throughout nursing units to provide appropriate safe staffing, pending Nurse Administrator approval. Communicates closely with Nurse Administrator, Patient Placement Center, Contract Labor providers, Nurse Directors and Charge nurses to make effective staffing decisions. Routinely reviews schedules/staffing needs, books nurses for adequate coverage, documents and tracks time and attendance, verifies nursing unit schedules, and utilizes provided software to aid with processes throughout the shift.     Essential Job Functions:   Follows and maintains Staffing and Scheduling policies and processes to ensure adequate staffing throughout facilities. Communicates effectively with all parties involved in the staffing process, including but not limited to Senior Leaders, Patient Placement, Nurse Directors, Charge Nurses, Resource Pool and Contingency Staff. Receives calls from supplement staffing pool nurses and schedules them for shifts.  Reviews OneStaff schedules to assess coverage for the upcoming shift.  Prepares shift-staffing sheet for the next shift to show coverage and census.  Verifies pre-books with unit schedule for the following shift.  Maintains current Supplement Staffing Pool schedule. Communicates assignments to Resource Team and Contingency staff.   Greets visitors, callers, answers inquiries, and directs them to the appropriate person based on their needs.  Communicates in a professional manner and communicates messages appropriately.   Documents and Relays sick/absent calls to appropriate personnel, including the nursing unit and the Nurse Administrator.   4.   Coordinates sitter case coverage and adheres to individual facility sitter criteria. Assists with family members to obtain private duty sitters through agency usage.   5. Maintains competency related to One Staff scheduling process, Tele-Tracking (Projected Census), and StaffRx (orders and confirmations) and is able to run reports and make edits as needed.   6. Supports the Nurse Administrator as necessary.   Minimum Education and Experience: High school education or GED. Experience in a medical setting with medical terminology.   Minimum License and Certificates Required:                       N/A   Reporting Relationships:   Supervised By:            Staffing Supervisor or Dir Staffing Services (based on facility)   Supervision Of:           None       Physical Requirements   Environmental and Physical Demands/Hazardous Conditions:   WORKING CONDITIONS   (X) INSIDE: Spends approximately 40 hours or more per week inside. (  ) OUTSIDE: Spend approximately __ hours per week outside (driving/running work related errands). (  ) BOTH: The activities occur inside and outside in approximately equal amounts.   WORK POSITIONS: (defined in 10% increments of work time): Sitting 70% Standing 10% Walking 20%   LIFTING/CARRYING DEMANDS   (X) SEDENTARY WORK: Lifting 10 lbs. maximum and occasional lifting and/or carrying articles. (  ) LIGHT WORK: Lifting 20 lbs. maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying articles weighing up to 10 lbs. (  ) MEDIUM WORK: Lifting 50 lbs. maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 25 lbs. (  ) HEAVY WORK: Lifting 100 lbs. maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 50 lbs. (  ) VERY HEAVY WORK: Lifting objects in excess of 100 lbs. with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing more than 50 lbs. (  ) Ability to lift, push and pull with assistance (mechanical or co-worker) the weight of an average patient specific to the department.  

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Job Description: Coord Staffing   West Houston Medical Center JOB DESCRIPTION - The Nursing Staffing Coordinator   POSITION SUMMARY: 1.      Under the supervision of  Lead House Supervisor, oversees and provides support to all nursing units, which includes reviewing, adjusting and documenting of staffing and time for payroll purposes. 2.      Manages the coordination of adjusting staffing on a daily basis according to hospital volumes 3.      Completes and helps coordinate payroll process for the assigned nursing departments 4.      Maintains up-to-date records of nursing personnel licensure and changes of personal information. 5.      Manages the work from Nursing Administration to achieve maximum productivity and efficiency 6.      Maintains filing and record keeping system to allow for easy retrieval of information 7.      Fulfills the duty and responsibility to maintain competence and to continue personal and professional growth. 8.      Identifies and assists with opportunities for performance improvement activities on the unit and with other service areas. Participates in the performance improvement activities within the Nursing Department. 9.      Demonstrates fiscal responsibility by taking ownership of time management, decreasing waste (of time and supplies) and promoting cost effectiveness while maintaining patient safety and quality of care. 10.  Demonstrates the ability to be an advocate for and strive to protect the health, safety and rights of the patient. 11.  Interactions with patients and colleagues demonstrate compassion and respect for the inherent dignity, worth, and uniqueness of every individual, unrestricted by considerations of social or economic status or cultural beliefs. 12.  Communicate effectively with other care providers (physicians, nurses, and satellite staff) to provide for continuity of patient care and to meet the needs of the customers we serve. 13.  Demonstrates ability to fulfill requirements of attendance, punctuality, and timekeeping practices. 14.  Behaviors and interactions demonstrate a positive attitude, personal initiative and motivation to achieve the goals of the unit. 15.  To uphold the standards of the profession and organization and practice ethically and with integrity. 16.  Other duties as assigned. Minimal Qualifications: High school diploma, basic computer skills:  outlook, excel, power point, word Preferred Qualification: At least 1 year college

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Job Description: Staffing Manager - Nursing Administration - FT/Day POSITION GOAL:                                                                                          Under the direction of the Director, performs diversified duties involving contributing to the maintenance of a positive corporate image by providing staff, clients and affiliated company accounts with the highest possible level of service regarding administration of the Staffing-Nursing Services Office. Assures that proper channels of communication between the staffing office and internal areas of the hospital are effectively maintained and utilized.                                                                                                                                      POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:                                                     E1.  Coordinates/performs office supply ordering and clerical activities within the Staffing-Nursing Services Office.                                                                                                                                      E2.  Supports the Director in the management of the efficient and timely input of staff scheduling, research and resolution of utilization and staffing problems, and coordination of various internal activities to include Staffing and Nursing Services.                                                                                                                                      E3.  Manages Daily/Contract Labor credentialing, in conjuntion with agents, verifying all required certifications remain current.                                                                                                                                      E4.  Interacts and maintains relationships with third party agents in management of staffing and department needs for facility with high standard of professionalism.                                                                                                                                      E5.  Establishes and maintains agency staff profiles for all active as well as inactive agency/contract labor within the facility.                                                                                                                                      E6. Ensures that Staffing and Nursing Services clinical staffing schedule is accurate and timely, and results in effective, appropriate and compliant schedule fulfillment by staff.                                                                                                                                      E7. Optimizes Staffing Office performance, including productivity, and provides monthly feedback about operational effectiveness to Director.                                                                                                                                      E8. Provides management with information regarding staffing needs as well as trends and problems identified through monitoring of performance and reports to Director.                                                                                                                                      E9. Provides support and management of payroll for nursing departments to include staff as well as agency time.                                                                                                                              E10. Provides support and participates in projects that relate to the promotion, delivery and/or enhancement of the department and/or facility in relation to staffing or nursing service needs.                                                                                                                                      E11. Adheres to and complies with HCA Code of Conduct  as part of our Ethics and Compliance Program.  Attends annual training sessions.            POSITION REQUIREMENTS:                                                                         Experience:   Leadership, staffing coordination, and clerical experience with a working knowledge of multiple word processing programs is preferred. Education:  Bachelor's degree preferred Special Qualifications:                                                                    1. Types a minimum of 60 WPM.                                                                                     2.  Maintains competence through educational programs and other related activities. 3.  Maintains a professional appearance and demeanor.                                                   4.  Provides ongoing positive relationships between providers/customers/staff.                         5. Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to interact successfully with diverse groups.  

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Job Description: Registered Nurse - Central Staffing Pool (FBC) Job Summary:The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individualsand families. Utilizing a holisticapproach, the registered nurse provides patient and family care based on thenursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environmentthroughout the delivery of care. As aprofessional, the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing leadership andmaintaining personal professional development. Registered Nurses in this position are expected to be assigned shifts in any of the five Sacramento facilities including MSJ, MHF, Methodist, MGH andWHC. On-call may be required. Experience Registered Nurse in an Acute Care Hospital with a minimum of three years of experience in both Labor & Delivery AND Mom/Baby. Licensure Currently licensed in the State of California as a Registered Nurse. Certifications required upon hire include the following(by specialty): ICU/PACU: BLS,ACLS, PALS, NIHSS ED: BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, CPI/MAB, ESI, NIHSS MED/SURG-TELE (must be experienced in both): BLS, ACLS, NIHSS FBC: BLS,ACLS, Advanced Fetal Monitoring Certification, NRP 1. Assessment: Performs total body and system assessment each shift/visit according to unit standards. 1.2 Care of Patient: Including planning, implementing, evaluating and educating. 1.3 Clinical/Technical Skills: Utilizes technology, procedure, protocols,standards and interventions specific to assigned unit 1.4 Documentation: Performs legible, timely, concise andaccurate documentation according to policies and procedures. Proficient and competent with the computerized documentation system. 1.5 Leadership: Accepts responsibility and accountability forown decisions and behaviors. Recognizes,accepts and cooperates with direction from facility leadership. 1.6 Precepting/Mentoring: Participates in orientation of new staff,ancillary personnel and mentors students in a constructive and positive manner. Serves as resource to staff . 1.7 Self-Development: Continues education by attending non-mandatory education offerings specific to area of practice. Maintains awareness of issues related to nursing profession. 1.8 Goals: Provides measurable written goals appropriate to level of experience during annual appraisal process. Achieves pre-set goals throughout the year. 1.9 Safety: Maintains a safe working environment by utilizing appropriate resources, protocols, procedures and communication to appropriate personnel. 1.10 Patient Safety: Applies safety precautions and principles to patient care, including all applicable National Patient Safety Goals and adherence to medication management policies and procedures. 1.11 Communication: Communicates clearly and effectively using proper communication etiquette. Uses medical terminology accurately. Includes reporting abnormals or change in patient condition to appropriate personnel ina timely manner. 1.12 Quality: Participates in unit, service line and uality initiatives. Includes Patien tSatisfaction and Core Measures Patient Population Section Data in the Organizational Population section defines all recognized groups serviced by the organization. Not all positions will have contact with all recognized groups. (i.e. A Pediatrics Nurse may not havecontact with Geriatric patients) There is an option for the manager, during an employee"s performance appraisal, to indicate that the employee being evaluated does not have contact with one or more of the organizationally recognized groups. PerformanceExpectations 1.1 Dignity: Respects the inherent value and worth of eachperson. Respects the rights, privacy and differences of others. Accesses patient information on a "need to know" basis only. 1.2 Justice: Advocates for social change and acts in ways that promote respect for all persons. Demonstrates compassion for our sisters and brothers who are powerless. Values diversity. Cares for the whole person by acknowledging their psychosocial needs, belief system and culture. 1.3 Stewardship: Promotes a safe environment and appropriately utilizes facility resources and time wisely. Uses equipment responsibly. Organizes work to be as efficient as possible. Seeks and shares new ways to achieve greater quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness in work area. 1.4 Collaboration: Exhibits teamwork by working together with people who support common values and vision to achieve shared goals. Practices honest and open communication and attempts to resolve conflicts peacefully. Collaborates with other hospital disciplines and community resources. Seeks patient/family involvement in providing and coordinating care. 1.5 Excellence: Exceeds expectations through teamwork and innovation. Demonstrates professional behavior and image.Uses all tools of service excellence consistently and when service excellence is not achieved, accepts personal responsibility for service recovery addressing customer concerns. Provides service promptly, updates customer regularly, and follows through. PerformanceExpectations 2.1 Demonstrates adherence to the Standards of Conduct. 2.2 Participates in and completes department ongoing staff competency assessment. 2.3 Fulfills compliance education requirements (e.g. OCEP, NUP, and HIPAA) within the required timeframe. 2.4 Completes annual requirements suchas, but not limit to: safety training, PPD, competencies,licensure/certification renewal, and Fit Testing within the required timeframe. . 2.5 EmergencyPreparedness: Demonstrates knowledge and application of individual and department role in internal/external disasters. Demonstrates knowledge and application of hospital emergency pager process and codes (e.g.,Pink, Silver). 2.6 GeneralSafety: Uses personal protective equipment when required. Utilizes proper lifting and moving devices and techniques. Follows proper procedure for reporting of injuries/exposures. Maintains a safe work environment that is free from clutter or hazards. Is aware of and complies with facility and department safety procedures and practices. 2.7 HazardousMaterials: Demonstrates knowledge of the purpose and location of MSDS information in the department. Follows proper procedure in the event of a hazardous material spill. 2.8 PatientSafety: Reports events and potential events per event reporting policy and practices. Understands and follows national patient safetygoals. 2.9 InfectionControl: Demonstrates knowledge of facility and department infection control plans, policies and/or procedures including standard precautions, and prevention of sharps injuries. Demonstrates proper handwashing techniques. 2.10 Life Safety: Responds to fire/disaster drills according to established policy and department procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of the location of the nearest fire extinguisher(s) and fire alarm pull boxes and how to operate them. 2.11 Security: Is aware of and complies with facility and department security policies and practices. Maintains a secure environment related to personal items, and appropriate security for hospital/facility items. Dignity Health, headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is a system of 40 hospitals and medical centers in California, Arizona and Nevada. Founded in 1986, Dignity Health is one of the nation"s largest not-for-profit hospital systems and the largest private health care system in California. Dignity Health is committed to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health care services with special attention to the poor and underserved. The Dignity Health network of nearly 10,000 physicians and approximately 53,000 employees provides health care services to more than five million people annually. In 2010, Dignity Health provided $1.3 billion in charity care and unsponsored community benefit.

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Job Description: Registered Nurse - Central Staffing Pool (MST) Job Summary:The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individualsand families. Utilizing a holistic approach, the registered nurse provides patient and family care based on the nursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environment throughout the delivery of care. As a professional, the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing leadership and maintaining personal professional development. Registered Nurses in this position are expected to be assigned shifts in any of the five Sacramento facilities including MSJ, MHF, Methodist, MGH andWHC. On-call may be required. Experience Registered Nurse in an Acute Care Hospital with a minimum of three years of experience specific to Med/Surg, Telemetry. Area of specialty is required. Licensure Currently licensed in the State of California as a Registered Nurse. Certifications required upon hire include the following(by specialty): ICU/PACU: BLS,ACLS, PALS, NIHSS ED: BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, CPI/MAB, ESI, NIHSS MED/SURG-TELE (must be experienced in both): BLS, ACLS, NIHSS FBC: BLS,ACLS, Advanced Fetal Monitoring Certification, NRP 1. Assessment: Performs total body and system assessment each shift/visit according to unit standards. 1.2 Care of Patient: Including planning, implementing, evaluating and educating. 1.3 Clinical/Technical Skills: Utilizes technology, procedure, protocols,standards and interventions specific to assigned unit 1.4 Documentation: Performs legible, timely, concise andaccurate documentation according to policies and procedures. Proficient and competent with the computerized documentation system. 1.5 Leadership: Accepts responsibility and accountability forown decisions and behaviors. Recognizes,accepts and cooperates with direction from facility leadership. 1.6 Precepting/Mentoring: Participates in orientation of new staff,ancillary personnel and mentors students in a constructive and positive manner. Serves as resource to staff . 1.7 Self-Development: Continues education by attending non-mandatory education offerings specific to area of practice. Maintains awareness of issues related to nursing profession. 1.8 Goals: Provides measurable written goals appropriate to level of experience during annual appraisal process. Achieves pre-set goals throughout the year. 1.9 Safety: Maintains a safe working environment by utilizing appropriate resources, protocols, procedures and communication to appropriate personnel. 1.10 Patient Safety: Applies safety precautions and principles to patient care, including all applicable National Patient Safety Goals and adherence to medication management policies and procedures. 1.11 Communication: Communicates clearly and effectively using proper communication etiquette. Uses medical terminology accurately. Includes reporting abnormals or change in patient condition to appropriate personnel ina timely manner. 1.12 Quality: Participates in unit, service line and uality initiatives. Includes Patien tSatisfaction and Core Measures Patient Population Section Data in the Organizational Population section defines all recognized groups serviced by the organization. Not all positions will have contact with all recognized groups. (i.e. A Pediatrics Nurse may not havecontact with Geriatric patients) There is an option for the manager, during an employee"s performance appraisal, to indicate that the employee being evaluated does not have contact with one or more of the organizationally recognized groups. PerformanceExpectations 1.1 Dignity: Respects the inherent value and worth of eachperson. Respects the rights, privacy and differences of others. Accesses patient information on a "need to know" basis only. 1.2 Justice: Advocates for social change and acts in ways that promote respect for all persons. Demonstrates compassion for our sisters and brothers who are powerless. Values diversity. Cares for the whole person by acknowledging their psychosocial needs, belief system and culture. 1.3 Stewardship: Promotes a safe environment and appropriately utilizes facility resources and time wisely. Uses equipment responsibly. Organizes work to be as efficient as possible. Seeks and shares new ways to achieve greater quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness in work area. 1.4 Collaboration: Exhibits teamwork by working together with people who support common values and vision to achieve shared goals. Practices honest and open communication and attempts to resolve conflicts peacefully. Collaborates with other hospital disciplines and community resources. Seeks patient/family involvement in providing and coordinating care. 1.5 Excellence: Exceeds expectations through teamwork and innovation. Demonstrates professional behavior and image.Uses all tools of service excellence consistently and when service excellence is not achieved, accepts personal responsibility for service recovery addressing customer concerns. Provides service promptly, updates customer regularly, and follows through. PerformanceExpectations 2.1 Demonstrates adherence to the Standards of Conduct. 2.2 Participates in and completes department ongoing staff competency assessment. 2.3 Fulfills compliance education requirements (e.g. OCEP, NUP, and HIPAA) within the required timeframe. 2.4 Completes annual requirements suchas, but not limit to: safety training, PPD, competencies,licensure/certification renewal, and Fit Testing within the required timeframe. . 2.5 EmergencyPreparedness: Demonstrates knowledge and application of individual and department role in internal/external disasters. Demonstrates knowledge and application of hospital emergency pager process and codes (e.g.,Pink, Silver). 2.6 GeneralSafety: Uses personal protective equipment when required. Utilizes proper lifting and moving devices and techniques. Follows proper procedure for reporting of injuries/exposures. Maintains a safe work environment that is free from clutter or hazards. Is aware of and complies with facility and department safety procedures and practices. 2.7 HazardousMaterials: Demonstrates knowledge of the purpose and location of MSDS information in the department. Follows proper procedure in the event of a hazardous material spill. 2.8 PatientSafety: Reports events and potential events per event reporting policy and practices. Understands and follows national patient safetygoals. 2.9 InfectionControl: Demonstrates knowledge of facility and department infection control plans, policies and/or procedures including standard precautions, and prevention of sharps injuries. Demonstrates proper handwashing techniques. 2.10 Life Safety: Responds to fire/disaster drills according to established policy and department procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of the location of the nearest fire extinguisher(s) and fire alarm pull boxes and how to operate them. 2.11 Security: Is aware of and complies with facility and department security policies and practices. Maintains a secure environment related to personal items, and appropriate security for hospital/facility items. Dignity Health, headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is a system of 40 hospitals and medical centers in California, Arizona and Nevada. Founded in 1986, Dignity Health is one of the nation"s largest not-for-profit hospital systems and the largest private health care system in California. Dignity Health is committed to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health care services with special attention to the poor and underserved. The Dignity Health network of nearly 10,000 physicians and approximately 53,000 employees provides health care services to more than five million people annually. In 2010, Dignity Health provided $1.3 billion in charity care and unsponsored community benefit.

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Job Description: Registered Nurse - Central Staffing Pool (FBC) Job Summary:The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individualsand families. Utilizing a holisticapproach, the registered nurse provides patient and family care based on thenursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environmentthroughout the delivery of care. As aprofessional, the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing leadership andmaintaining personal professional development. Registered Nurses in this position are expected to be assigned shifts in any of the five Sacramento facilities including MSJ, MHF, Methodist, MGH andWHC. On-call may be required. Experience Registered Nurse in an Acute Care Hospital with a minimum of three years of experience in both Labor & Delivery AND Mom/Baby. Licensure Currently licensed in the State of California as a Registered Nurse. Certifications required upon hire include the following(by specialty): ICU/PACU: BLS,ACLS, PALS, NIHSS ED: BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, CPI/MAB, ESI, NIHSS MED/SURG-TELE (must be experienced in both): BLS, ACLS, NIHSS FBC: BLS,ACLS, Advanced Fetal Monitoring Certification, NRP 1. Assessment: Performs total body and system assessment each shift/visit according to unit standards. 1.2 Care of Patient: Including planning, implementing, evaluating and educating. 1.3 Clinical/Technical Skills: Utilizes technology, procedure, protocols,standards and interventions specific to assigned unit 1.4 Documentation: Performs legible, timely, concise andaccurate documentation according to policies and procedures. Proficient and competent with the computerized documentation system. 1.5 Leadership: Accepts responsibility and accountability forown decisions and behaviors. Recognizes,accepts and cooperates with direction from facility leadership. 1.6 Precepting/Mentoring: Participates in orientation of new staff,ancillary personnel and mentors students in a constructive and positive manner. Serves as resource to staff . 1.7 Self-Development: Continues education by attending non-mandatory education offerings specific to area of practice. Maintains awareness of issues related to nursing profession. 1.8 Goals: Provides measurable written goals appropriate to level of experience during annual appraisal process. Achieves pre-set goals throughout the year. 1.9 Safety: Maintains a safe working environment by utilizing appropriate resources, protocols, procedures and communication to appropriate personnel. 1.10 Patient Safety: Applies safety precautions and principles to patient care, including all applicable National Patient Safety Goals and adherence to medication management policies and procedures. 1.11 Communication: Communicates clearly and effectively using proper communication etiquette. Uses medical terminology accurately. Includes reporting abnormals or change in patient condition to appropriate personnel ina timely manner. 1.12 Quality: Participates in unit, service line and uality initiatives. Includes Patien tSatisfaction and Core Measures Patient Population Section Data in the Organizational Population section defines all recognized groups serviced by the organization. Not all positions will have contact with all recognized groups. (i.e. A Pediatrics Nurse may not havecontact with Geriatric patients) There is an option for the manager, during an employee"s performance appraisal, to indicate that the employee being evaluated does not have contact with one or more of the organizationally recognized groups. PerformanceExpectations 1.1 Dignity: Respects the inherent value and worth of eachperson. Respects the rights, privacy and differences of others. Accesses patient information on a "need to know" basis only. 1.2 Justice: Advocates for social change and acts in ways that promote respect for all persons. Demonstrates compassion for our sisters and brothers who are powerless. Values diversity. Cares for the whole person by acknowledging their psychosocial needs, belief system and culture. 1.3 Stewardship: Promotes a safe environment and appropriately utilizes facility resources and time wisely. Uses equipment responsibly. Organizes work to be as efficient as possible. Seeks and shares new ways to achieve greater quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness in work area. 1.4 Collaboration: Exhibits teamwork by working together with people who support common values and vision to achieve shared goals. Practices honest and open communication and attempts to resolve conflicts peacefully. Collaborates with other hospital disciplines and community resources. Seeks patient/family involvement in providing and coordinating care. 1.5 Excellence: Exceeds expectations through teamwork and innovation. Demonstrates professional behavior and image.Uses all tools of service excellence consistently and when service excellence is not achieved, accepts personal responsibility for service recovery addressing customer concerns. Provides service promptly, updates customer regularly, and follows through. PerformanceExpectations 2.1 Demonstrates adherence to the Standards of Conduct. 2.2 Participates in and completes department ongoing staff competency assessment. 2.3 Fulfills compliance education requirements (e.g. OCEP, NUP, and HIPAA) within the required timeframe. 2.4 Completes annual requirements suchas, but not limit to: safety training, PPD, competencies,licensure/certification renewal, and Fit Testing within the required timeframe. . 2.5 EmergencyPreparedness: Demonstrates knowledge and application of individual and department role in internal/external disasters. Demonstrates knowledge and application of hospital emergency pager process and codes (e.g.,Pink, Silver). 2.6 GeneralSafety: Uses personal protective equipment when required. Utilizes proper lifting and moving devices and techniques. Follows proper procedure for reporting of injuries/exposures. Maintains a safe work environment that is free from clutter or hazards. Is aware of and complies with facility and department safety procedures and practices. 2.7 HazardousMaterials: Demonstrates knowledge of the purpose and location of MSDS information in the department. Follows proper procedure in the event of a hazardous material spill. 2.8 PatientSafety: Reports events and potential events per event reporting policy and practices. Understands and follows national patient safetygoals. 2.9 InfectionControl: Demonstrates knowledge of facility and department infection control plans, policies and/or procedures including standard precautions, and prevention of sharps injuries. Demonstrates proper handwashing techniques. 2.10 Life Safety: Responds to fire/disaster drills according to established policy and department procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of the location of the nearest fire extinguisher(s) and fire alarm pull boxes and how to operate them. 2.11 Security: Is aware of and complies with facility and department security policies and practices. Maintains a secure environment related to personal items, and appropriate security for hospital/facility items. Dignity Health, headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is a system of 40 hospitals and medical centers in California, Arizona and Nevada. Founded in 1986, Dignity Health is one of the nation"s largest not-for-profit hospital systems and the largest private health care system in California. Dignity Health is committed to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health care services with special attention to the poor and underserved. The Dignity Health network of nearly 10,000 physicians and approximately 53,000 employees provides health care services to more than five million people annually. In 2010, Dignity Health provided $1.3 billion in charity care and unsponsored community benefit.

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Job Description: Registered Nurse - Central Staffing Pool (MST) Job Summary:The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individualsand families. Utilizing a holistic approach, the registered nurse provides patient and family care based on the nursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environment throughout the delivery of care. As a professional, the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing leadership and maintaining personal professional development. Registered Nurses in this position are expected to be assigned shifts in any of the five Sacramento facilities including MSJ, MHF, Methodist, MGH andWHC. On-call may be required. Experience Registered Nurse in an Acute Care Hospital with a minimum of three years of experience specific to Med/Surg, Telemetry. Area of specialty is required. Licensure Currently licensed in the State of California as a Registered Nurse. Certifications required upon hire include the following(by specialty): ICU/PACU: BLS,ACLS, PALS, NIHSS ED: BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, CPI/MAB, ESI, NIHSS MED/SURG-TELE (must be experienced in both): BLS, ACLS, NIHSS FBC: BLS,ACLS, Advanced Fetal Monitoring Certification, NRP 1. Assessment: Performs total body and system assessment each shift/visit according to unit standards. 1.2 Care of Patient: Including planning, implementing, evaluating and educating. 1.3 Clinical/Technical Skills: Utilizes technology, procedure, protocols,standards and interventions specific to assigned unit 1.4 Documentation: Performs legible, timely, concise andaccurate documentation according to policies and procedures. Proficient and competent with the computerized documentation system. 1.5 Leadership: Accepts responsibility and accountability forown decisions and behaviors. Recognizes,accepts and cooperates with direction from facility leadership. 1.6 Precepting/Mentoring: Participates in orientation of new staff,ancillary personnel and mentors students in a constructive and positive manner. Serves as resource to staff . 1.7 Self-Development: Continues education by attending non-mandatory education offerings specific to area of practice. Maintains awareness of issues related to nursing profession. 1.8 Goals: Provides measurable written goals appropriate to level of experience during annual appraisal process. Achieves pre-set goals throughout the year. 1.9 Safety: Maintains a safe working environment by utilizing appropriate resources, protocols, procedures and communication to appropriate personnel. 1.10 Patient Safety: Applies safety precautions and principles to patient care, including all applicable National Patient Safety Goals and adherence to medication management policies and procedures. 1.11 Communication: Communicates clearly and effectively using proper communication etiquette. Uses medical terminology accurately. Includes reporting abnormals or change in patient condition to appropriate personnel ina timely manner. 1.12 Quality: Participates in unit, service line and uality initiatives. Includes Patien tSatisfaction and Core Measures Patient Population Section Data in the Organizational Population section defines all recognized groups serviced by the organization. Not all positions will have contact with all recognized groups. (i.e. A Pediatrics Nurse may not havecontact with Geriatric patients) There is an option for the manager, during an employee"s performance appraisal, to indicate that the employee being evaluated does not have contact with one or more of the organizationally recognized groups. PerformanceExpectations 1.1 Dignity: Respects the inherent value and worth of eachperson. Respects the rights, privacy and differences of others. Accesses patient information on a "need to know" basis only. 1.2 Justice: Advocates for social change and acts in ways that promote respect for all persons. Demonstrates compassion for our sisters and brothers who are powerless. Values diversity. Cares for the whole person by acknowledging their psychosocial needs, belief system and culture. 1.3 Stewardship: Promotes a safe environment and appropriately utilizes facility resources and time wisely. Uses equipment responsibly. Organizes work to be as efficient as possible. Seeks and shares new ways to achieve greater quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness in work area. 1.4 Collaboration: Exhibits teamwork by working together with people who support common values and vision to achieve shared goals. Practices honest and open communication and attempts to resolve conflicts peacefully. Collaborates with other hospital disciplines and community resources. Seeks patient/family involvement in providing and coordinating care. 1.5 Excellence: Exceeds expectations through teamwork and innovation. Demonstrates professional behavior and image.Uses all tools of service excellence consistently and when service excellence is not achieved, accepts personal responsibility for service recovery addressing customer concerns. Provides service promptly, updates customer regularly, and follows through. PerformanceExpectations 2.1 Demonstrates adherence to the Standards of Conduct. 2.2 Participates in and completes department ongoing staff competency assessment. 2.3 Fulfills compliance education requirements (e.g. OCEP, NUP, and HIPAA) within the required timeframe. 2.4 Completes annual requirements suchas, but not limit to: safety training, PPD, competencies,licensure/certification renewal, and Fit Testing within the required timeframe. . 2.5 EmergencyPreparedness: Demonstrates knowledge and application of individual and department role in internal/external disasters. Demonstrates knowledge and application of hospital emergency pager process and codes (e.g.,Pink, Silver). 2.6 GeneralSafety: Uses personal protective equipment when required. Utilizes proper lifting and moving devices and techniques. Follows proper procedure for reporting of injuries/exposures. Maintains a safe work environment that is free from clutter or hazards. Is aware of and complies with facility and department safety procedures and practices. 2.7 HazardousMaterials: Demonstrates knowledge of the purpose and location of MSDS information in the department. Follows proper procedure in the event of a hazardous material spill. 2.8 PatientSafety: Reports events and potential events per event reporting policy and practices. Understands and follows national patient safetygoals. 2.9 InfectionControl: Demonstrates knowledge of facility and department infection control plans, policies and/or procedures including standard precautions, and prevention of sharps injuries. Demonstrates proper handwashing techniques. 2.10 Life Safety: Responds to fire/disaster drills according to established policy and department procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of the location of the nearest fire extinguisher(s) and fire alarm pull boxes and how to operate them. 2.11 Security: Is aware of and complies with facility and department security policies and practices. Maintains a secure environment related to personal items, and appropriate security for hospital/facility items. Dignity Health, headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is a system of 40 hospitals and medical centers in California, Arizona and Nevada. Founded in 1986, Dignity Health is one of the nation"s largest not-for-profit hospital systems and the largest private health care system in California. Dignity Health is committed to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health care services with special attention to the poor and underserved. The Dignity Health network of nearly 10,000 physicians and approximately 53,000 employees provides health care services to more than five million people annually. In 2010, Dignity Health provided $1.3 billion in charity care and unsponsored community benefit.

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Job Description: Registered Nurse - Central Staffing Pool (Emergency) Job Summary:The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individualsand families. Utilizing a holisticapproach, the registered nurse provides patient and family care based on thenursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environmentthroughout the delivery of care. As aprofessional, the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing leadership andmaintaining personal professional development. Registered Nurses in this position are expected to be assigned shifts in any of the five Sacramento facilities including MSJ, MHF, Methodist, MGH andWHC. On-call may be required. Experience Registered Nurse in an Acute Care Hospital with a minimum of three years of experience specific to thearea of specialty. Areaof specialty is required. Licensure Currently licensed in the State of California as a Registered Nurse. Certifications required upon hire include the following(by specialty): ICU/PACU: BLS,ACLS, PALS, NIHSS ED: BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, CPI/MAB, ESI, NIHSS MED/SURG-TELE (must be experienced in both): BLS, ACLS, NIHSS FBC: BLS,ACLS, Advanced Fetal Monitoring Certification, NRP 1. Assessment: Performs total body and system assessment each shift/visit according to unit standards. 1.2 Care of Patient: Including planning, implementing, evaluating and educating. 1.3 Clinical/Technical Skills: Utilizes technology, procedure, protocols,standards and interventions specific to assigned unit 1.4 Documentation: Performs legible, timely, concise andaccurate documentation according to policies and procedures. Proficient and competent with the computerized documentation system. 1.5 Leadership: Accepts responsibility and accountability forown decisions and behaviors. Recognizes,accepts and cooperates with direction from facility leadership. 1.6 Precepting/Mentoring: Participates in orientation of new staff,ancillary personnel and mentors students in a constructive and positive manner. Serves as resource to staff . 1.7 Self-Development: Continues education by attending non-mandatory education offerings specific to area of practice. Maintains awareness of issues related to nursing profession. 1.8 Goals: Provides measurable written goals appropriate to level of experience during annual appraisal process. Achieves pre-set goals throughout the year. 1.9 Safety: Maintains a safe working environment by utilizing appropriate resources, protocols, procedures and communication to appropriate personnel. 1.10 Patient Safety: Applies safety precautions and principles to patient care, including all applicable National Patient Safety Goals and adherence to medication management policies and procedures. 1.11 Communication: Communicates clearly and effectively using proper communication etiquette. Uses medical terminology accurately. Includes reporting abnormals or change in patient condition to appropriate personnel ina timely manner. 1.12 Quality: Participates in unit, service line and uality initiatives. Includes Patien tSatisfaction and Core Measures Patient Population Section Data in the Organizational Population section defines all recognized groups serviced by the organization. Not all positions will have contact with all recognized groups. (i.e. A Pediatrics Nurse may not havecontact with Geriatric patients) There is an option for the manager, during an employee"s performance appraisal, to indicate that the employee being evaluated does not have contact with one or more of the organizationally recognized groups. PerformanceExpectations 1.1 Dignity: Respects the inherent value and worth of eachperson. Respects the rights, privacy and differences of others. Accesses patient information on a "need to know" basis only. 1.2 Justice: Advocates for social change and acts in ways that promote respect for all persons. Demonstrates compassion for our sisters and brothers who are powerless. Values diversity. Cares for the whole person by acknowledging their psychosocial needs, belief system and culture. 1.3 Stewardship: Promotes a safe environment and appropriately utilizes facility resources and time wisely. Uses equipment responsibly. Organizes work to be as efficient as possible. Seeks and shares new ways to achieve greater quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness in work area. 1.4 Collaboration: Exhibits teamwork by working together with people who support common values and vision to achieve shared goals. Practices honest and open communication and attempts to resolve conflicts peacefully. Collaborates with other hospital disciplines and community resources. Seeks patient/family involvement in providing and coordinating care. 1.5 Excellence: Exceeds expectations through teamwork and innovation. Demonstrates professional behavior and image.Uses all tools of service excellence consistently and when service excellence is not achieved, accepts personal responsibility for service recovery addressing customer concerns. Provides service promptly, updates customer regularly, and follows through. PerformanceExpectations 2.1 Demonstrates adherence to the Standards of Conduct. 2.2 Participates in and completes department ongoing staff competency assessment. 2.3 Fulfills compliance education requirements (e.g. OCEP, NUP, and HIPAA) within the required timeframe. 2.4 Completes annual requirements suchas, but not limit to: safety training, PPD, competencies,licensure/certification renewal, and Fit Testing within the required timeframe. . 2.5 EmergencyPreparedness: Demonstrates knowledge and application of individual and department role in internal/external disasters. Demonstrates knowledge and application of hospital emergency pager process and codes (e.g.,Pink, Silver). 2.6 GeneralSafety: Uses personal protective equipment when required. Utilizes proper lifting and moving devices and techniques. Follows proper procedure for reporting of injuries/exposures. Maintains a safe work environment that is free from clutter or hazards. Is aware of and complies with facility and department safety procedures and practices. 2.7 HazardousMaterials: Demonstrates knowledge of the purpose and location of MSDS information in the department. Follows proper procedure in the event of a hazardous material spill. 2.8 PatientSafety: Reports events and potential events per event reporting policy and practices. Understands and follows national patient safetygoals. 2.9 InfectionControl: Demonstrates knowledge of facility and department infection control plans, policies and/or procedures including standard precautions, and prevention of sharps injuries. Demonstrates proper handwashing techniques. 2.10 Life Safety: Responds to fire/disaster drills according to established policy and department procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of the location of the nearest fire extinguisher(s) and fire alarm pull boxes and how to operate them. 2.11 Security: Is aware of and complies with facility and department security policies and practices. Maintains a secure environment related to personal items, and appropriate security for hospital/facility items. Dignity Health, headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is a system of 40 hospitals and medical centers in California, Arizona and Nevada. Founded in 1986, Dignity Health is one of the nation"s largest not-for-profit hospital systems and the largest private health care system in California. Dignity Health is committed to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health care services with special attention to the poor and underserved. The Dignity Health network of nearly 10,000 physicians and approximately 53,000 employees provides health care services to more than five million people annually. In 2010, Dignity Health provided $1.3 billion in charity care and unsponsored community benefit.

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Job Description: Registered Nurse - Central Staffing Pool (MST) Job Summary:The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individualsand families. Utilizing a holistic approach, the registered nurse provides patient and family care based on the nursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environment throughout the delivery of care. As a professional, the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing leadership and maintaining personal professional development. Registered Nurses in this position are expected to be assigned shifts in any of the five Sacramento facilities including MSJ, MHF, Methodist, MGH andWHC. On-call may be required. Experience Registered Nurse in an Acute Care Hospital with a minimum of three years of experience specific to Med/Surg, Telemetry. Area of specialty is required. Licensure Currently licensed in the State of California as a Registered Nurse. Certifications required upon hire include the following(by specialty): ICU/PACU: BLS,ACLS, PALS, NIHSS ED: BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, CPI/MAB, ESI, NIHSS MED/SURG-TELE (must be experienced in both): BLS, ACLS, NIHSS FBC: BLS,ACLS, Advanced Fetal Monitoring Certification, NRP 1. Assessment: Performs total body and system assessment each shift/visit according to unit standards. 1.2 Care of Patient: Including planning, implementing, evaluating and educating. 1.3 Clinical/Technical Skills: Utilizes technology, procedure, protocols,standards and interventions specific to assigned unit 1.4 Documentation: Performs legible, timely, concise andaccurate documentation according to policies and procedures. Proficient and competent with the computerized documentation system. 1.5 Leadership: Accepts responsibility and accountability forown decisions and behaviors. Recognizes,accepts and cooperates with direction from facility leadership. 1.6 Precepting/Mentoring: Participates in orientation of new staff,ancillary personnel and mentors students in a constructive and positive manner. Serves as resource to staff . 1.7 Self-Development: Continues education by attending non-mandatory education offerings specific to area of practice. Maintains awareness of issues related to nursing profession. 1.8 Goals: Provides measurable written goals appropriate to level of experience during annual appraisal process. Achieves pre-set goals throughout the year. 1.9 Safety: Maintains a safe working environment by utilizing appropriate resources, protocols, procedures and communication to appropriate personnel. 1.10 Patient Safety: Applies safety precautions and principles to patient care, including all applicable National Patient Safety Goals and adherence to medication management policies and procedures. 1.11 Communication: Communicates clearly and effectively using proper communication etiquette. Uses medical terminology accurately. Includes reporting abnormals or change in patient condition to appropriate personnel ina timely manner. 1.12 Quality: Participates in unit, service line and uality initiatives. Includes Patien tSatisfaction and Core Measures Patient Population Section Data in the Organizational Population section defines all recognized groups serviced by the organization. Not all positions will have contact with all recognized groups. (i.e. A Pediatrics Nurse may not havecontact with Geriatric patients) There is an option for the manager, during an employee"s performance appraisal, to indicate that the employee being evaluated does not have contact with one or more of the organizationally recognized groups. PerformanceExpectations 1.1 Dignity: Respects the inherent value and worth of eachperson. Respects the rights, privacy and differences of others. Accesses patient information on a "need to know" basis only. 1.2 Justice: Advocates for social change and acts in ways that promote respect for all persons. Demonstrates compassion for our sisters and brothers who are powerless. Values diversity. Cares for the whole person by acknowledging their psychosocial needs, belief system and culture. 1.3 Stewardship: Promotes a safe environment and appropriately utilizes facility resources and time wisely. Uses equipment responsibly. Organizes work to be as efficient as possible. Seeks and shares new ways to achieve greater quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness in work area. 1.4 Collaboration: Exhibits teamwork by working together with people who support common values and vision to achieve shared goals. Practices honest and open communication and attempts to resolve conflicts peacefully. Collaborates with other hospital disciplines and community resources. Seeks patient/family involvement in providing and coordinating care. 1.5 Excellence: Exceeds expectations through teamwork and innovation. Demonstrates professional behavior and image.Uses all tools of service excellence consistently and when service excellence is not achieved, accepts personal responsibility for service recovery addressing customer concerns. Provides service promptly, updates customer regularly, and follows through. PerformanceExpectations 2.1 Demonstrates adherence to the Standards of Conduct. 2.2 Participates in and completes department ongoing staff competency assessment. 2.3 Fulfills compliance education requirements (e.g. OCEP, NUP, and HIPAA) within the required timeframe. 2.4 Completes annual requirements suchas, but not limit to: safety training, PPD, competencies,licensure/certification renewal, and Fit Testing within the required timeframe. . 2.5 EmergencyPreparedness: Demonstrates knowledge and application of individual and department role in internal/external disasters. Demonstrates knowledge and application of hospital emergency pager process and codes (e.g.,Pink, Silver). 2.6 GeneralSafety: Uses personal protective equipment when required. Utilizes proper lifting and moving devices and techniques. Follows proper procedure for reporting of injuries/exposures. Maintains a safe work environment that is free from clutter or hazards. Is aware of and complies with facility and department safety procedures and practices. 2.7 HazardousMaterials: Demonstrates knowledge of the purpose and location of MSDS information in the department. Follows proper procedure in the event of a hazardous material spill. 2.8 PatientSafety: Reports events and potential events per event reporting policy and practices. Understands and follows national patient safetygoals. 2.9 InfectionControl: Demonstrates knowledge of facility and department infection control plans, policies and/or procedures including standard precautions, and prevention of sharps injuries. Demonstrates proper handwashing techniques. 2.10 Life Safety: Responds to fire/disaster drills according to established policy and department procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of the location of the nearest fire extinguisher(s) and fire alarm pull boxes and how to operate them. 2.11 Security: Is aware of and complies with facility and department security policies and practices. Maintains a secure environment related to personal items, and appropriate security for hospital/facility items. Dignity Health, headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is a system of 40 hospitals and medical centers in California, Arizona and Nevada. Founded in 1986, Dignity Health is one of the nation"s largest not-for-profit hospital systems and the largest private health care system in California. Dignity Health is committed to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health care services with special attention to the poor and underserved. The Dignity Health network of nearly 10,000 physicians and approximately 53,000 employees provides health care services to more than five million people annually. In 2010, Dignity Health provided $1.3 billion in charity care and unsponsored community benefit.

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Job Description: Registered Nurse - Central Staffing Pool (MST) Job Summary:The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individualsand families. Utilizing a holistic approach, the registered nurse provides patient and family care based on the nursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environment throughout the delivery of care. As a professional, the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing leadership and maintaining personal professional development. Registered Nurses in this position are expected to be assigned shifts in any of the five Sacramento facilities including MSJ, MHF, Methodist, MGH andWHC. On-call may be required. Experience Registered Nurse in an Acute Care Hospital with a minimum of three years of experience specific to Med/Surg, Telemetry. Area of specialty is required. Licensure Currently licensed in the State of California as a Registered Nurse. Certifications required upon hire include the following(by specialty): ICU/PACU: BLS,ACLS, PALS, NIHSS ED: BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, CPI/MAB, ESI, NIHSS MED/SURG-TELE (must be experienced in both): BLS, ACLS, NIHSS FBC: BLS,ACLS, Advanced Fetal Monitoring Certification, NRP 1. Assessment: Performs total body and system assessment each shift/visit according to unit standards. 1.2 Care of Patient: Including planning, implementing, evaluating and educating. 1.3 Clinical/Technical Skills: Utilizes technology, procedure, protocols,standards and interventions specific to assigned unit 1.4 Documentation: Performs legible, timely, concise andaccurate documentation according to policies and procedures. Proficient and competent with the computerized documentation system. 1.5 Leadership: Accepts responsibility and accountability forown decisions and behaviors. Recognizes,accepts and cooperates with direction from facility leadership. 1.6 Precepting/Mentoring: Participates in orientation of new staff,ancillary personnel and mentors students in a constructive and positive manner. Serves as resource to staff . 1.7 Self-Development: Continues education by attending non-mandatory education offerings specific to area of practice. Maintains awareness of issues related to nursing profession. 1.8 Goals: Provides measurable written goals appropriate to level of experience during annual appraisal process. Achieves pre-set goals throughout the year. 1.9 Safety: Maintains a safe working environment by utilizing appropriate resources, protocols, procedures and communication to appropriate personnel. 1.10 Patient Safety: Applies safety precautions and principles to patient care, including all applicable National Patient Safety Goals and adherence to medication management policies and procedures. 1.11 Communication: Communicates clearly and effectively using proper communication etiquette. Uses medical terminology accurately. Includes reporting abnormals or change in patient condition to appropriate personnel ina timely manner. 1.12 Quality: Participates in unit, service line and uality initiatives. Includes Patien tSatisfaction and Core Measures Patient Population Section Data in the Organizational Population section defines all recognized groups serviced by the organization. Not all positions will have contact with all recognized groups. (i.e. A Pediatrics Nurse may not havecontact with Geriatric patients) There is an option for the manager, during an employee"s performance appraisal, to indicate that the employee being evaluated does not have contact with one or more of the organizationally recognized groups. PerformanceExpectations 1.1 Dignity: Respects the inherent value and worth of eachperson. Respects the rights, privacy and differences of others. Accesses patient information on a "need to know" basis only. 1.2 Justice: Advocates for social change and acts in ways that promote respect for all persons. Demonstrates compassion for our sisters and brothers who are powerless. Values diversity. Cares for the whole person by acknowledging their psychosocial needs, belief system and culture. 1.3 Stewardship: Promotes a safe environment and appropriately utilizes facility resources and time wisely. Uses equipment responsibly. Organizes work to be as efficient as possible. Seeks and shares new ways to achieve greater quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness in work area. 1.4 Collaboration: Exhibits teamwork by working together with people who support common values and vision to achieve shared goals. Practices honest and open communication and attempts to resolve conflicts peacefully. Collaborates with other hospital disciplines and community resources. Seeks patient/family involvement in providing and coordinating care. 1.5 Excellence: Exceeds expectations through teamwork and innovation. Demonstrates professional behavior and image.Uses all tools of service excellence consistently and when service excellence is not achieved, accepts personal responsibility for service recovery addressing customer concerns. Provides service promptly, updates customer regularly, and follows through. PerformanceExpectations 2.1 Demonstrates adherence to the Standards of Conduct. 2.2 Participates in and completes department ongoing staff competency assessment. 2.3 Fulfills compliance education requirements (e.g. OCEP, NUP, and HIPAA) within the required timeframe. 2.4 Completes annual requirements suchas, but not limit to: safety training, PPD, competencies,licensure/certification renewal, and Fit Testing within the required timeframe. . 2.5 EmergencyPreparedness: Demonstrates knowledge and application of individual and department role in internal/external disasters. Demonstrates knowledge and application of hospital emergency pager process and codes (e.g.,Pink, Silver). 2.6 GeneralSafety: Uses personal protective equipment when required. Utilizes proper lifting and moving devices and techniques. Follows proper procedure for reporting of injuries/exposures. Maintains a safe work environment that is free from clutter or hazards. Is aware of and complies with facility and department safety procedures and practices. 2.7 HazardousMaterials: Demonstrates knowledge of the purpose and location of MSDS information in the department. Follows proper procedure in the event of a hazardous material spill. 2.8 PatientSafety: Reports events and potential events per event reporting policy and practices. Understands and follows national patient safetygoals. 2.9 InfectionControl: Demonstrates knowledge of facility and department infection control plans, policies and/or procedures including standard precautions, and prevention of sharps injuries. Demonstrates proper handwashing techniques. 2.10 Life Safety: Responds to fire/disaster drills according to established policy and department procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of the location of the nearest fire extinguisher(s) and fire alarm pull boxes and how to operate them. 2.11 Security: Is aware of and complies with facility and department security policies and practices. Maintains a secure environment related to personal items, and appropriate security for hospital/facility items. Dignity Health, headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is a system of 40 hospitals and medical centers in California, Arizona and Nevada. Founded in 1986, Dignity Health is one of the nation"s largest not-for-profit hospital systems and the largest private health care system in California. Dignity Health is committed to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health care services with special attention to the poor and underserved. The Dignity Health network of nearly 10,000 physicians and approximately 53,000 employees provides health care services to more than five million people annually. In 2010, Dignity Health provided $1.3 billion in charity care and unsponsored community benefit.

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Job Description: Registered Nurse - Central Staffing Pool (Intensive Care) Job Summary:The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individualsand families. Utilizing a holisticapproach, the registered nurse provides patient and family care based on thenursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environmentthroughout the delivery of care. As aprofessional, the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing leadership andmaintaining personal professional development. Registered Nurses in this position are expected to be assigned shifts in any of the five Sacramento facilities including MSJ, MHF, Methodist, MGH andWHC. On-call may be required. Experience Registered Nurse in an Acute Care Hospital with a minimum of three years of experience specific to thearea of specialty. Areaof specialty is required. Licensure Currently licensed in the State of California as a Registered Nurse. Certifications required upon hire include the following(by specialty): ICU/PACU: BLS,ACLS, PALS, NIHSS ED: BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, CPI/MAB, ESI, NIHSS MED/SURG-TELE (must be experienced in both): BLS, ACLS, NIHSS FBC: BLS,ACLS, Advanced Fetal Monitoring Certification, NRP 1. Assessment: Performs total body and system assessment each shift/visit according to unit standards. 1.2 Care of Patient: Including planning, implementing, evaluating and educating. 1.3 Clinical/Technical Skills: Utilizes technology, procedure, protocols,standards and interventions specific to assigned unit 1.4 Documentation: Performs legible, timely, concise andaccurate documentation according to policies and procedures. Proficient and competent with the computerized documentation system. 1.5 Leadership: Accepts responsibility and accountability forown decisions and behaviors. Recognizes,accepts and cooperates with direction from facility leadership. 1.6 Precepting/Mentoring: Participates in orientation of new staff,ancillary personnel and mentors students in a constructive and positive manner. Serves as resource to staff . 1.7 Self-Development: Continues education by attending non-mandatory education offerings specific to area of practice. Maintains awareness of issues related to nursing profession. 1.8 Goals: Provides measurable written goals appropriate to level of experience during annual appraisal process. Achieves pre-set goals throughout the year. 1.9 Safety: Maintains a safe working environment by utilizing appropriate resources, protocols, procedures and communication to appropriate personnel. 1.10 Patient Safety: Applies safety precautions and principles to patient care, including all applicable National Patient Safety Goals and adherence to medication management policies and procedures. 1.11 Communication: Communicates clearly and effectively using proper communication etiquette. Uses medical terminology accurately. Includes reporting abnormals or change in patient condition to appropriate personnel ina timely manner. 1.12 Quality: Participates in unit, service line and uality initiatives. Includes Patien tSatisfaction and Core Measures Patient Population Section Data in the Organizational Population section defines all recognized groups serviced by the organization. Not all positions will have contact with all recognized groups. (i.e. A Pediatrics Nurse may not havecontact with Geriatric patients) There is an option for the manager, during an employee"s performance appraisal, to indicate that the employee being evaluated does not have contact with one or more of the organizationally recognized groups. PerformanceExpectations 1.1 Dignity: Respects the inherent value and worth of eachperson. Respects the rights, privacy and differences of others. Accesses patient information on a "need to know" basis only. 1.2 Justice: Advocates for social change and acts in ways that promote respect for all persons. Demonstrates compassion for our sisters and brothers who are powerless. Values diversity. Cares for the whole person by acknowledging their psychosocial needs, belief system and culture. 1.3 Stewardship: Promotes a safe environment and appropriately utilizes facility resources and time wisely. Uses equipment responsibly. Organizes work to be as efficient as possible. Seeks and shares new ways to achieve greater quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness in work area. 1.4 Collaboration: Exhibits teamwork by working together with people who support common values and vision to achieve shared goals. Practices honest and open communication and attempts to resolve conflicts peacefully. Collaborates with other hospital disciplines and community resources. Seeks patient/family involvement in providing and coordinating care. 1.5 Excellence: Exceeds expectations through teamwork and innovation. Demonstrates professional behavior and image.Uses all tools of service excellence consistently and when service excellence is not achieved, accepts personal responsibility for service recovery addressing customer concerns. Provides service promptly, updates customer regularly, and follows through. PerformanceExpectations 2.1 Demonstrates adherence to the Standards of Conduct. 2.2 Participates in and completes department ongoing staff competency assessment. 2.3 Fulfills compliance education requirements (e.g. OCEP, NUP, and HIPAA) within the required timeframe. 2.4 Completes annual requirements suchas, but not limit to: safety training, PPD, competencies,licensure/certification renewal, and Fit Testing within the required timeframe. . 2.5 EmergencyPreparedness: Demonstrates knowledge and application of individual and department role in internal/external disasters. Demonstrates knowledge and application of hospital emergency pager process and codes (e.g.,Pink, Silver). 2.6 GeneralSafety: Uses personal protective equipment when required. Utilizes proper lifting and moving devices and techniques. Follows proper procedure for reporting of injuries/exposures. Maintains a safe work environment that is free from clutter or hazards. Is aware of and complies with facility and department safety procedures and practices. 2.7 HazardousMaterials: Demonstrates knowledge of the purpose and location of MSDS information in the department. Follows proper procedure in the event of a hazardous material spill. 2.8 PatientSafety: Reports events and potential events per event reporting policy and practices. Understands and follows national patient safetygoals. 2.9 InfectionControl: Demonstrates knowledge of facility and department infection control plans, policies and/or procedures including standard precautions, and prevention of sharps injuries. Demonstrates proper handwashing techniques. 2.10 Life Safety: Responds to fire/disaster drills according to established policy and department procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of the location of the nearest fire extinguisher(s) and fire alarm pull boxes and how to operate them. 2.11 Security: Is aware of and complies with facility and department security policies and practices. Maintains a secure environment related to personal items, and appropriate security for hospital/facility items. Dignity Health, headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is a system of 40 hospitals and medical centers in California, Arizona and Nevada. Founded in 1986, Dignity Health is one of the nation"s largest not-for-profit hospital systems and the largest private health care system in California. Dignity Health is committed to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health care services with special attention to the poor and underserved. The Dignity Health network of nearly 10,000 physicians and approximately 53,000 employees provides health care services to more than five million people annually. In 2010, Dignity Health provided $1.3 billion in charity care and unsponsored community benefit.

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Job Description: Registered Nurse - Central Staffing Pool (FBC) Job Summary:The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individualsand families. Utilizing a holisticapproach, the registered nurse provides patient and family care based on thenursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environmentthroughout the delivery of care. As aprofessional, the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing leadership andmaintaining personal professional development. Registered Nurses in this position are expected to be assigned shifts in any of the five Sacramento facilities including MSJ, MHF, Methodist, MGH andWHC. On-call may be required. Experience Registered Nurse in an Acute Care Hospital with a minimum of three years of experience in both Labor & Delivery AND Mom/Baby. Licensure Currently licensed in the State of California as a Registered Nurse. Certifications required upon hire include the following(by specialty): ICU/PACU: BLS,ACLS, PALS, NIHSS ED: BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, CPI/MAB, ESI, NIHSS MED/SURG-TELE (must be experienced in both): BLS, ACLS, NIHSS FBC: BLS,ACLS, Advanced Fetal Monitoring Certification, NRP 1. Assessment: Performs total body and system assessment each shift/visit according to unit standards. 1.2 Care of Patient: Including planning, implementing, evaluating and educating. 1.3 Clinical/Technical Skills: Utilizes technology, procedure, protocols,standards and interventions specific to assigned unit 1.4 Documentation: Performs legible, timely, concise andaccurate documentation according to policies and procedures. Proficient and competent with the computerized documentation system. 1.5 Leadership: Accepts responsibility and accountability forown decisions and behaviors. Recognizes,accepts and cooperates with direction from facility leadership. 1.6 Precepting/Mentoring: Participates in orientation of new staff,ancillary personnel and mentors students in a constructive and positive manner. Serves as resource to staff . 1.7 Self-Development: Continues education by attending non-mandatory education offerings specific to area of practice. Maintains awareness of issues related to nursing profession. 1.8 Goals: Provides measurable written goals appropriate to level of experience during annual appraisal process. Achieves pre-set goals throughout the year. 1.9 Safety: Maintains a safe working environment by utilizing appropriate resources, protocols, procedures and communication to appropriate personnel. 1.10 Patient Safety: Applies safety precautions and principles to patient care, including all applicable National Patient Safety Goals and adherence to medication management policies and procedures. 1.11 Communication: Communicates clearly and effectively using proper communication etiquette. Uses medical terminology accurately. Includes reporting abnormals or change in patient condition to appropriate personnel ina timely manner. 1.12 Quality: Participates in unit, service line and uality initiatives. Includes Patien tSatisfaction and Core Measures Patient Population Section Data in the Organizational Population section defines all recognized groups serviced by the organization. Not all positions will have contact with all recognized groups. (i.e. A Pediatrics Nurse may not havecontact with Geriatric patients) There is an option for the manager, during an employee"s performance appraisal, to indicate that the employee being evaluated does not have contact with one or more of the organizationally recognized groups. PerformanceExpectations 1.1 Dignity: Respects the inherent value and worth of eachperson. Respects the rights, privacy and differences of others. Accesses patient information on a "need to know" basis only. 1.2 Justice: Advocates for social change and acts in ways that promote respect for all persons. Demonstrates compassion for our sisters and brothers who are powerless. Values diversity. Cares for the whole person by acknowledging their psychosocial needs, belief system and culture. 1.3 Stewardship: Promotes a safe environment and appropriately utilizes facility resources and time wisely. Uses equipment responsibly. Organizes work to be as efficient as possible. Seeks and shares new ways to achieve greater quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness in work area. 1.4 Collaboration: Exhibits teamwork by working together with people who support common values and vision to achieve shared goals. Practices honest and open communication and attempts to resolve conflicts peacefully. Collaborates with other hospital disciplines and community resources. Seeks patient/family involvement in providing and coordinating care. 1.5 Excellence: Exceeds expectations through teamwork and innovation. Demonstrates professional behavior and image.Uses all tools of service excellence consistently and when service excellence is not achieved, accepts personal responsibility for service recovery addressing customer concerns. Provides service promptly, updates customer regularly, and follows through. PerformanceExpectations 2.1 Demonstrates adherence to the Standards of Conduct. 2.2 Participates in and completes department ongoing staff competency assessment. 2.3 Fulfills compliance education requirements (e.g. OCEP, NUP, and HIPAA) within the required timeframe. 2.4 Completes annual requirements suchas, but not limit to: safety training, PPD, competencies,licensure/certification renewal, and Fit Testing within the required timeframe. . 2.5 EmergencyPreparedness: Demonstrates knowledge and application of individual and department role in internal/external disasters. Demonstrates knowledge and application of hospital emergency pager process and codes (e.g.,Pink, Silver). 2.6 GeneralSafety: Uses personal protective equipment when required. Utilizes proper lifting and moving devices and techniques. Follows proper procedure for reporting of injuries/exposures. Maintains a safe work environment that is free from clutter or hazards. Is aware of and complies with facility and department safety procedures and practices. 2.7 HazardousMaterials: Demonstrates knowledge of the purpose and location of MSDS information in the department. Follows proper procedure in the event of a hazardous material spill. 2.8 PatientSafety: Reports events and potential events per event reporting policy and practices. Understands and follows national patient safetygoals. 2.9 InfectionControl: Demonstrates knowledge of facility and department infection control plans, policies and/or procedures including standard precautions, and prevention of sharps injuries. Demonstrates proper handwashing techniques. 2.10 Life Safety: Responds to fire/disaster drills according to established policy and department procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of the location of the nearest fire extinguisher(s) and fire alarm pull boxes and how to operate them. 2.11 Security: Is aware of and complies with facility and department security policies and practices. Maintains a secure environment related to personal items, and appropriate security for hospital/facility items. Dignity Health, headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is a system of 40 hospitals and medical centers in California, Arizona and Nevada. Founded in 1986, Dignity Health is one of the nation"s largest not-for-profit hospital systems and the largest private health care system in California. Dignity Health is committed to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health care services with special attention to the poor and underserved. The Dignity Health network of nearly 10,000 physicians and approximately 53,000 employees provides health care services to more than five million people annually. In 2010, Dignity Health provided $1.3 billion in charity care and unsponsored community benefit.

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Job Description: Registered Nurse - Central Staffing Pool (Intensive Care) Job Summary:The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individualsand families. Utilizing a holisticapproach, the registered nurse provides patient and family care based on thenursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environmentthroughout the delivery of care. As aprofessional, the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing leadership andmaintaining personal professional development. Registered Nurses in this position are expected to be assigned shifts in any of the five Sacramento facilities including MSJ, MHF, Methodist, MGH andWHC. On-call may be required. Experience Registered Nurse in an Acute Care Hospital with a minimum of three years of experience specific to thearea of specialty. Areaof specialty is required. Licensure Currently licensed in the State of California as a Registered Nurse. Certifications required upon hire include the following(by specialty): ICU/PACU: BLS,ACLS, PALS, NIHSS ED: BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, CPI/MAB, ESI, NIHSS MED/SURG-TELE (must be experienced in both): BLS, ACLS, NIHSS FBC: BLS,ACLS, Advanced Fetal Monitoring Certification, NRP 1. Assessment: Performs total body and system assessment each shift/visit according to unit standards. 1.2 Care of Patient: Including planning, implementing, evaluating and educating. 1.3 Clinical/Technical Skills: Utilizes technology, procedure, protocols,standards and interventions specific to assigned unit 1.4 Documentation: Performs legible, timely, concise andaccurate documentation according to policies and procedures. Proficient and competent with the computerized documentation system. 1.5 Leadership: Accepts responsibility and accountability forown decisions and behaviors. Recognizes,accepts and cooperates with direction from facility leadership. 1.6 Precepting/Mentoring: Participates in orientation of new staff,ancillary personnel and mentors students in a constructive and positive manner. Serves as resource to staff . 1.7 Self-Development: Continues education by attending non-mandatory education offerings specific to area of practice. Maintains awareness of issues related to nursing profession. 1.8 Goals: Provides measurable written goals appropriate to level of experience during annual appraisal process. Achieves pre-set goals throughout the year. 1.9 Safety: Maintains a safe working environment by utilizing appropriate resources, protocols, procedures and communication to appropriate personnel. 1.10 Patient Safety: Applies safety precautions and principles to patient care, including all applicable National Patient Safety Goals and adherence to medication management policies and procedures. 1.11 Communication: Communicates clearly and effectively using proper communication etiquette. Uses medical terminology accurately. Includes reporting abnormals or change in patient condition to appropriate personnel ina timely manner. 1.12 Quality: Participates in unit, service line and uality initiatives. Includes Patien tSatisfaction and Core Measures Patient Population Section Data in the Organizational Population section defines all recognized groups serviced by the organization. Not all positions will have contact with all recognized groups. (i.e. A Pediatrics Nurse may not havecontact with Geriatric patients) There is an option for the manager, during an employee"s performance appraisal, to indicate that the employee being evaluated does not have contact with one or more of the organizationally recognized groups. PerformanceExpectations 1.1 Dignity: Respects the inherent value and worth of eachperson. Respects the rights, privacy and differences of others. Accesses patient information on a "need to know" basis only. 1.2 Justice: Advocates for social change and acts in ways that promote respect for all persons. Demonstrates compassion for our sisters and brothers who are powerless. Values diversity. Cares for the whole person by acknowledging their psychosocial needs, belief system and culture. 1.3 Stewardship: Promotes a safe environment and appropriately utilizes facility resources and time wisely. Uses equipment responsibly. Organizes work to be as efficient as possible. Seeks and shares new ways to achieve greater quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness in work area. 1.4 Collaboration: Exhibits teamwork by working together with people who support common values and vision to achieve shared goals. Practices honest and open communication and attempts to resolve conflicts peacefully. Collaborates with other hospital disciplines and community resources. Seeks patient/family involvement in providing and coordinating care. 1.5 Excellence: Exceeds expectations through teamwork and innovation. Demonstrates professional behavior and image.Uses all tools of service excellence consistently and when service excellence is not achieved, accepts personal responsibility for service recovery addressing customer concerns. Provides service promptly, updates customer regularly, and follows through. PerformanceExpectations 2.1 Demonstrates adherence to the Standards of Conduct. 2.2 Participates in and completes department ongoing staff competency assessment. 2.3 Fulfills compliance education requirements (e.g. OCEP, NUP, and HIPAA) within the required timeframe. 2.4 Completes annual requirements suchas, but not limit to: safety training, PPD, competencies,licensure/certification renewal, and Fit Testing within the required timeframe. . 2.5 EmergencyPreparedness: Demonstrates knowledge and application of individual and department role in internal/external disasters. Demonstrates knowledge and application of hospital emergency pager process and codes (e.g.,Pink, Silver). 2.6 GeneralSafety: Uses personal protective equipment when required. Utilizes proper lifting and moving devices and techniques. Follows proper procedure for reporting of injuries/exposures. Maintains a safe work environment that is free from clutter or hazards. Is aware of and complies with facility and department safety procedures and practices. 2.7 HazardousMaterials: Demonstrates knowledge of the purpose and location of MSDS information in the department. Follows proper procedure in the event of a hazardous material spill. 2.8 PatientSafety: Reports events and potential events per event reporting policy and practices. Understands and follows national patient safetygoals. 2.9 InfectionControl: Demonstrates knowledge of facility and department infection control plans, policies and/or procedures including standard precautions, and prevention of sharps injuries. Demonstrates proper handwashing techniques. 2.10 Life Safety: Responds to fire/disaster drills according to established policy and department procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of the location of the nearest fire extinguisher(s) and fire alarm pull boxes and how to operate them. 2.11 Security: Is aware of and complies with facility and department security policies and practices. Maintains a secure environment related to personal items, and appropriate security for hospital/facility items. Dignity Health, headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is a system of 40 hospitals and medical centers in California, Arizona and Nevada. Founded in 1986, Dignity Health is one of the nation"s largest not-for-profit hospital systems and the largest private health care system in California. Dignity Health is committed to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health care services with special attention to the poor and underserved. The Dignity Health network of nearly 10,000 physicians and approximately 53,000 employees provides health care services to more than five million people annually. In 2010, Dignity Health provided $1.3 billion in charity care and unsponsored community benefit.

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Job Description: Registered Nurse - Central Staffing Pool (Emergency) Job Summary:The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individualsand families. Utilizing a holisticapproach, the registered nurse provides patient and family care based on thenursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environmentthroughout the delivery of care. As aprofessional, the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing leadership andmaintaining personal professional development. Registered Nurses in this position are expected to be assigned shifts in any of the five Sacramento facilities including MSJ, MHF, Methodist, MGH andWHC. On-call may be required. Experience Registered Nurse in an Acute Care Hospital with a minimum of three years of experience specific to thearea of specialty. Areaof specialty is required. Licensure Currently licensed in the State of California as a Registered Nurse. Certifications required upon hire include the following(by specialty): ICU/PACU: BLS,ACLS, PALS, NIHSS ED: BLS, ACLS, PALS, TNCC, CPI/MAB, ESI, NIHSS MED/SURG-TELE (must be experienced in both): BLS, ACLS, NIHSS FBC: BLS,ACLS, Advanced Fetal Monitoring Certification, NRP 1. Assessment: Performs total body and system assessment each shift/visit according to unit standards. 1.2 Care of Patient: Including planning, implementing, evaluating and educating. 1.3 Clinical/Technical Skills: Utilizes technology, procedure, protocols,standards and interventions specific to assigned unit 1.4 Documentation: Performs legible, timely, concise andaccurate documentation according to policies and procedures. Proficient and competent with the computerized documentation system. 1.5 Leadership: Accepts responsibility and accountability forown decisions and behaviors. Recognizes,accepts and cooperates with direction from facility leadership. 1.6 Precepting/Mentoring: Participates in orientation of new staff,ancillary personnel and mentors students in a constructive and positive manner. Serves as resource to staff . 1.7 Self-Development: Continues education by attending non-mandatory education offerings specific to area of practice. Maintains awareness of issues related to nursing profession. 1.8 Goals: Provides measurable written goals appropriate to level of experience during annual appraisal process. Achieves pre-set goals throughout the year. 1.9 Safety: Maintains a safe working environment by utilizing appropriate resources, protocols, procedures and communication to appropriate personnel. 1.10 Patient Safety: Applies safety precautions and principles to patient care, including all applicable National Patient Safety Goals and adherence to medication management policies and procedures. 1.11 Communication: Communicates clearly and effectively using proper communication etiquette. Uses medical terminology accurately. Includes reporting abnormals or change in patient condition to appropriate personnel ina timely manner. 1.12 Quality: Participates in unit, service line and uality initiatives. Includes Patien tSatisfaction and Core Measures Patient Population Section Data in the Organizational Population section defines all recognized groups serviced by the organization. Not all positions will have contact with all recognized groups. (i.e. A Pediatrics Nurse may not havecontact with Geriatric patients) There is an option for the manager, during an employee"s performance appraisal, to indicate that the employee being evaluated does not have contact with one or more of the organizationally recognized groups. PerformanceExpectations 1.1 Dignity: Respects the inherent value and worth of eachperson. Respects the rights, privacy and differences of others. Accesses patient information on a "need to know" basis only. 1.2 Justice: Advocates for social change and acts in ways that promote respect for all persons. Demonstrates compassion for our sisters and brothers who are powerless. Values diversity. Cares for the whole person by acknowledging their psychosocial needs, belief system and culture. 1.3 Stewardship: Promotes a safe environment and appropriately utilizes facility resources and time wisely. Uses equipment responsibly. Organizes work to be as efficient as possible. Seeks and shares new ways to achieve greater quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness in work area. 1.4 Collaboration: Exhibits teamwork by working together with people who support common values and vision to achieve shared goals. Practices honest and open communication and attempts to resolve conflicts peacefully. Collaborates with other hospital disciplines and community resources. Seeks patient/family involvement in providing and coordinating care. 1.5 Excellence: Exceeds expectations through teamwork and innovation. Demonstrates professional behavior and image.Uses all tools of service excellence consistently and when service excellence is not achieved, accepts personal responsibility for service recovery addressing customer concerns. Provides service promptly, updates customer regularly, and follows through. PerformanceExpectations 2.1 Demonstrates adherence to the Standards of Conduct. 2.2 Participates in and completes department ongoing staff competency assessment. 2.3 Fulfills compliance education requirements (e.g. OCEP, NUP, and HIPAA) within the required timeframe. 2.4 Completes annual requirements suchas, but not limit to: safety training, PPD, competencies,licensure/certification renewal, and Fit Testing within the required timeframe. . 2.5 EmergencyPreparedness: Demonstrates knowledge and application of individual and department role in internal/external disasters. Demonstrates knowledge and application of hospital emergency pager process and codes (e.g.,Pink, Silver). 2.6 GeneralSafety: Uses personal protective equipment when required. Utilizes proper lifting and moving devices and techniques. Follows proper procedure for reporting of injuries/exposures. Maintains a safe work environment that is free from clutter or hazards. Is aware of and complies with facility and department safety procedures and practices. 2.7 HazardousMaterials: Demonstrates knowledge of the purpose and location of MSDS information in the department. Follows proper procedure in the event of a hazardous material spill. 2.8 PatientSafety: Reports events and potential events per event reporting policy and practices. Understands and follows national patient safetygoals. 2.9 InfectionControl: Demonstrates knowledge of facility and department infection control plans, policies and/or procedures including standard precautions, and prevention of sharps injuries. Demonstrates proper handwashing techniques. 2.10 Life Safety: Responds to fire/disaster drills according to established policy and department procedures. Demonstrates knowledge of the location of the nearest fire extinguisher(s) and fire alarm pull boxes and how to operate them. 2.11 Security: Is aware of and complies with facility and department security policies and practices. Maintains a secure environment related to personal items, and appropriate security for hospital/facility items. Dignity Health, headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is a system of 40 hospitals and medical centers in California, Arizona and Nevada. Founded in 1986, Dignity Health is one of the nation"s largest not-for-profit hospital systems and the largest private health care system in California. Dignity Health is committed to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health care services with special attention to the poor and underserved. The Dignity Health network of nearly 10,000 physicians and approximately 53,000 employees provides health care services to more than five million people annually. In 2010, Dignity Health provided $1.3 billion in charity care and unsponsored community benefit.

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Staffing coordinators are involved in every step of the hiring process. Responsibilities vary, but typical duties include writing job descriptions, reviewing resumes, and scheduling and conducting interviews. Depending on how the human resources division functions, staffing coordinator jobs may require more or less involvement in the hiring process.

But a staffing coordinator’s job doesn’t end with the hiring process. In addition to finding top talent, staffing coordinators are often responsible for scheduling work shifts. They must make sure every shift is covered in a way that meets the needs of the employees. Whether an employee has requested time off for vacation or needs to leave early for a dentist appointment, staffing coordinators must find a way to balance employee and needs.  

To qualify for staffing coordinator positions, you must have at least a bachelor’s degree. Business administration, human resources or a related field are recommended areas of study. Additionally, some employers require staffing coordinators to have a master’s degree. Many staffing coordinator jobs are at staffing agencies, but some are in-house positions. Successful staffing coordinators have excellent communication skills and are good problem solvers.

Find out what staffing coordinator jobs are available in your area by visiting ADVANCE Healthcare Jobs. See something that’s not so great for you, but would be a perfect fit for a friend? Sign in with your Facebook or LinkedIn account to share our job postings!

Staffing coordinators are involved in every step of the hiring process. Responsibilities vary, but typical duties include writing job descriptions, reviewing resumes, and scheduling and conducting interviews. Depending on how the human resources division functions, staffing coordinator jobs may require more or less involvement in the hiring process.

But a staffing coordinator’s job doesn’t end with the hiring process. In addition to finding top talent, staffing coordinators are often responsible for scheduling work shifts. They must make sure every shift is covered in a way that meets the needs of the employees. Whether an employee has requested time off for vacation or needs to leave early for a dentist appointment, staffing coordinators must find a way to balance employee and needs.  

To qualify for staffing coordinator positions, you must have at least a bachelor’s degree. Business administration, human resources or a related field are recommended areas of study. Additionally, some employers require staffing coordinators to have a master’s degree. Many staffing coordinator jobs are at staffing agencies, but some are in-house positions. Successful staffing coordinators have excellent communication skills and are good problem solvers.

Find out what staffing coordinator jobs are available in your area by visiting ADVANCE Healthcare Jobs. See something that’s not so great for you, but would be a perfect fit for a friend? Sign in with your Facebook or LinkedIn account to share our job postings!