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Advanced Practice Clinician (PA-C/NP) Walk in clinic
2 positions available:
Shift:Part time (.5, 2 days/week, varying 10 hour shifts Monday – Fri, every 3rd Saturday 8 am – 4 pm)
Shift:Casual (varying shifts Monday – Sat based on needs of facility)
Duties: As a clinician in the walk in setting this individual provides a source of entry for the patient into the healthcare system. Clinician will provide comprehensive medical care encompassing everything from acute illnesses to complex health issues. This PA/FNP will be seeing all ages with a focus on the quality of patient care in rural community, often serving a more complex medical patient. The PA/NP will join a team of two NPs and work autonomously as well as collaborate with a Physician mentor in the busy and growing walk-in clinic. Ideal candidates will possess strong clinical knowledge, excellent patient communication skills, and high levels of commitment to efficiency, service, and maintaining and increasing patient volumes. Will work autonomously as well as in collaboration with his/her physician mentor, according to Osceola Medical Center and ICSI Guidelines.
Requirements: Graduate of an accredited Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner program. Current Wisconsin license required. Current DEA license and approved or eligible for approval by the Wisconsin Board of Nursing or Medical practice for prescription writing privileges required. Two years of experience in walk-in/urgent care or primary care required. FMCSA certification preferred.

Certified Athletic Trainer – Occupational Health Department
Shift: Full time (1.0, Monday – Friday, typically 8 am – 4:30 pm but need to be flexible)
Duties: Certified Athletic Trainer working out of the Occupational Health department. This position services as a multifaceted role which includes: development for work comp injuries, educational sessions, drug and alcohol testing, develop physical ability testing for post job-offer applicants and perform the screenings, one-on-one health coaching and CPR training. Will specialize in partnering with employers who wish to take a proactive, preventative approach to addressing their employee’s health. The trainer will seamlessly integrate into an existing team and assist in daily tasks and responsibilities.
Requirements: Must be a graduate of an accredited Athletic Training program. NATA BOC Athletic Training certification and appropriate licensure to practice in the state of WI are required. Current CPR/First Aid/AED Certification also required. Previous experience with industrial health, education and medical care preferred but not required. Proficient with Windows applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook). Effective verbal and written communication skills and ability to present information clearly and professional to varying levels of individuals. Must be self-motivated to work independently, organize and able to multi-task.

Certified Athletic Trainer – School Based
Shift: Part time (.5, Monday – Fridays with occasional Saturday coverage. Evening hours to cover practice and events)
Duties: Certified Athletic Trainer is responsible for the management and provision of care of injuries to athletes participating in organized sports. Works under the supervision of a Physical Therapist/Physician. Coverage of home sporting events to care and supervise response to sporting injuries. Maintain injury records for all students involved in the athletic program. Develop and review emergency medical plans, participate in the development and review of school policies on return to play criteria, and provide prevention techniques as needed such as taping, bracing, etc.
Requirements: Must be a graduate of an accredited Athletic Training program. NATA BOC Athletic Training certification and appropriate licensure to practice in the state of WI are required. Must have a professional attitude and ability to be a team player.

Clinic Pharmacy Clerk
Shift: Casual (Monday – Friday, hours vary from 9:30 am – 6 pm, occasional Saturdays from 8:30 am – 2 pm)
Duties: Responsible for ringing prescriptions and over the counter items out through point of sale, answering phones and helping with variety of stocking and cleaning duties.
Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent required. Great customer service, math and computer skills required. Point of Sale and pharmacy software system will be trained on the job.

Custodian/Floor Technician
Shift: Full time (1.0, Saturday through Wednesday, 4 pm – 2:30 am)
Duties: Will clean carpet, strip and wax tile floors and perform a variety of housekeeping activities to make and keep the facility clean and sanitary. Responsible for proper use, care and maintenance of all supplies and equipment used. Will also help in small building and mechanical fixes and part of paid on-call schedule.
Requirements: Must have a quality, professional and positive attitude, customer service skills and the ability to work in a team-oriented environment. Three years of performing floor care duties in a commercial setting preferred, but not required.

Gift Shop Clerk
Shift: Part time (.5, Monday through Friday, days)
Duties:To provide assistance with daily functions of the gift shop. It would include but is not limited to: merchandising, inventory and running the register. Works directly with the volunteers and assists with the volunteer program as well as the concierge desk. Completes administrative projects as assigned by the Community Engagement department.
Requirements: Candidate must have retail experience, high level of customer service and proficient with Microsoft Office. Administrative experience required.

Information Services Manager
Shift: Full Time (1.0, days)
Duties: This position is responsible for developing and implementing plans and programs to meet the information needs of Osceola Medical Center and its affiliates. This position will be responsible for establishing priorities for implementation of computer and telecommunication systems and applications and will oversee their development, implementation and operation. The position will include oversight of the IS Security program, including HIPAA and PCI compliance within the information system platform.
Requirements:Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science is preferred. Must possess a minimum of 5 years of experience with project management, budget management, and strategic planning. Must also have a minimum of 5 years of experience as an Administrator on a medium-sized network of servers, desktop systems and communications devices using current technologies. Healthcare experience preferred.

Information Services Specialist 1
Shift:Full time (1.0, exempt, Monday – Friday, call rotation)
Duties: Assists end users in resolving hardware and software issues by fielding work orders, telephone calls and email communications. Installs, tests, monitors, upgrades, troubleshoots and repairs computer systems, networks and peripherals. Manages user account information, including rights, security and systems groups. Documents, tracks and monitors problems to facility a timely resolution. Responsible for evaluating operational efficiency of different IT systems and recommending improvements. Relies on knowledge and professional discretion to achieve goals. Ingenuity and flexibility is required.
Requirements:Associate degree in Computer Science is required. Minimum of 3 years of experience with computer network systems and applications required. Ability to demonstrate effective troubleshooting/problem solving skills and also ability to demonstrate and maintain required competencies. Required to work independently and handle confidential information. Accuracy and attention to detail is required.

Laboratory Technician **$1,500 Sign-On Bonus**
Shift: Full time (.9, evening hours 3 pm - 11:30 pm, no weekends, occasional overnight coverage for PTO requests)
Duties: Lab Tech in a Critical Access Hospital laboratory staffed 24/7. Responsible for specimen collection, receiving, analysis and reporting of patient results. Consultant to providers for test selection and use, may be assigned lead operator roles within sections of the laboratory.
Requirements: Current MLS/MLT certification by ASCP or NCA preferred, or able to obtain within 6 months of hire. Additional skills in procedure writing, competency assessment, point of care testing, and lead instrument operator experience beneficial. Skills/interest in lab information systems, system maintenance, and staff training/optimization. Potential exists to receive training as an Orchard LIS Administrator.

Occupational Therapist Registered
Shift: Full Time (1.0, exempt, Monday – Friday, occasional Saturday coverage for inpatients)
Duties: The Occupational Therapist will be working in a rural hospital setting, serving inpatients, outpatients and school based services. Will be responsible for the evaluation and treatment of child, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients with developmental, neurologic and musculoskeletal disorders. Restores patient's functional ability, alleviates pain and prevents disabilities by planning and administering medically prescribe occupational therapy through the use of therapeutic treatments and modalities. Responsible for assisting with program development, inservicing staff and for community education.
Requirements:Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy required. Must hold appropriate certifications and WI licensures. DPI licensure or eligible to apply is required. Hand therapy experience is preferred.

Physical Therapist
Shift: Full Time (1.0, exempt, Monday – Friday, occasional Saturday coverage for inpatients)
Duties: The Physical Therapist is responsible for the evaluation and treatment of child, adolescent, adult and geriatric patient with developmental, neurologic and musculoskeletal disorders. The physical therapist restores patient’s functional ability, alleviates pain and prevents disabilities by planning and administering medically prescribed physical therapy through the use of therapeutic treatments and modalities. The physical therapist is responsible for assisting with program development, inservicing staff and for community education.
Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Physical Therapy required. Must hold appropriate certifications and licensures. Minimum one year experience in Physical Therapy field preferred, but willing to hire new graduate.

Respiratory Therapist
Shift: Part Time (.6, Monday – Friday, 3 days/week, flexible schedule)
Duties:The Respiratory Therapist is responsible for air way management and a variety of technical procedures to perform respiratory therapy services as prescribed by the physician. Performs diagnostic tests of cardiovascular and pulmonary system to aid physician in the diagnosis and treatment of heart and lung disorders. Assists physicians and hospital staff in the maintenance of records, operation and management of equipment, and providing patient care assistance. Demonstrates awareness of departmental budget. Educates the appropriate staff in respiratory therapy procedures. Ensures that departmental equipment is in good working order.
Requirements:Bachelor’s degree in Respiratory Therapy required. Must hold appropriate certifications and WI licensures. Minimum one year experience in the respiratory therapy field.

Staff Accountant
Shift:Full-time (1.0, Days)
Duties: This position is responsible for managing the accounts payable process, managing deposits, prepaids, reviewing the general ledger accounts and supporting the month end process by preparing and adjusting journal entries and annual 1099 reporting. Will also perform account analysis and reconciliation, including but not limited to bank statements and intercompany general ledger accounts. Maintain GL chart of accounts and assets. Support surveys, audit requests and year-end inventory.
Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Business or Accounting. Experience with accounts payable, financial statements, general ledger functions and month-end/year-end close process. Must possess attention to detail and have solid written and verbal communication skills. Strong technology skills are critical, particularly expertise with Microsoft Excel and accounting software. Critical Access Hospital or healthcare experience is also a plus.


Certified Surgical Scrub Technician **$1,500 Sign-On Bonus**
Shift: Full time (1.0, primarily daytime hours with rotating weekday, weekend and holiday call)
Duties: Responsible for the cleaning and disinfecting surgical instrumentation and equipment from the Clinic, Hospital (OB & ER) and surgical services. Responsible for arranging the surgical equipment in the operating room. Assists the Perioperative Team in providing direct patient care to the surgical patient under the supervision of the perioperative nurse. Help maintain a clean, safe environment for surgical patients.
Requirements: Current Sterile Reprocessing certification and BLS certification required. Knowledgeable about various CSR equipment, CSR processes, AAMI guidelines.

Obstetrics Registered Nurse **$1,500 Sign-On Bonus**
Multiple Openings:
Shift: Full time (.9, 12 hour night shifts, every 3rd weekend and holiday)
Shift: Casual (12 hour shifts, shifts will vary)
Duties: Responsible for the delivery of patient care through the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation in the antenatal phase, labor/delivery and postpartum phase of patient care. Responsible for the delivery of patient care through the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of a newborn. Willingness to assist and take on care of Med/Surg patients as needed.
Requirements: Current WI license in good standing required. Current certification in BLS/CPR, NRP, ACLS, STABLE certification preferred. One year of OB experience is required.

Perioperative Registered Nurse
Shift: Full time (1.0, primarily daytime hours (vary from 6 am – 6 pm) with rotating weekday, weekend and holiday call)
Duties: Provides direct care to surgical patients throughout the entire perioperative experience. Able to do perioperative teaching and assessment, admit and discharge patients, circulate cases intraoperatively, recover patients in post anesthesia care unit and share call schedule.
Requirements:Current WI license in good standing required. BLS/ACLS certified. Must have solid assessment, critical thinking and IV skills. Must be able to efficiently multi-task. Excellent interpersonal skills and be a team player required. Prior perioperative nursing experience required.

Surgery Scheduler
Shift:Full time (1.0, Monday – Friday, Days)
Duties: Responsible for scheduling procedures for the Surgical Services Department. Responsibilities include: coordinating surgical procedures, obtaining preoperative testing and collecting necessary documentation for surgeries. This individual works closely with patients, physicians and surgery staff to provide accurate information for procedures. Requires excellent customer service skills with patients, employees and the public. Must be able to respond to both written and oral correspondence regarding scheduling changes in a timely manner. Individual must be organized.
Requirements:High School diploma or equivalent required. One to three years of experience in healthcare scheduling, or equivalent combination of education and experience.


Certified Diabetic Educator **$1,000 Sign-On Bonus**
Shift:Full time (.8, Monday – Friday, day hours but flexible based on patient needs)
Duties: The Diabetic Educator is responsible for providing nutrition and diabetes screening, assessments and reassessments of adult and geriatric patients with a variety of medical conditions as a member of the interdisciplinary care team. Initiates and completes MNT and/or DSME for both Inpatient and Outpatient services, using facility approved Standing Orders. Counsels and educates patients, family members, employees, medical staff and community members on nutrition, diabetes and wellness topics. Facilitates compliance with The Joint Commission, diabetes program recognizing body, state and other regulatory agencies related to nutrition and/or diabetes care.
Requirements:Current Registered Dietitian licensure in the state of Wisconsin required. Current Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist required. Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification and a minimum of two years experience in an outpatient diabetes clinic setting.

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