The nurse manager shares as a team member under the leadership and in collaboration with the Director, the accountability for the 24-hour management of clinical nursing practice and patient care delivery, the management of human, fiscal and other resources, the development of personnel, compliance and regulatory and professional standards, strategic planning and the fostering of interdisciplinary collaborative relationships within selected unit(s) of responsibility and the health care institution as a whole. Two years critical care experience, inclusive of open heart or acute surgical ICU experience, required.
The Nurse Assistant assigned to 4 South delivers direct patient care, provides safety, hygiene, and comfort measures, restocks supplies and works under the direct supervision of the Registered Professional Nurse.
As one of the area’s top healthcare organization, Catholic Health offers management opportunities to those ready for a vital role in the future of nursing. Are you ready to provide leadership in one of the following open opportunities? Apply online.
We are seeking Certified Nursing Assistants to join our team. Open interviews will be scheduled monthly. A New York State certification is required. Qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.
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Home Health Aide training will also be offered in Lockport at 310 S. Trainsit Road on October 13th, 2014. Applications must be received by Thursday, September 18.
The Application Programmer for the Analyst-Lawson Project is responsible for facilitating a technology process. The person in this position will be responsible for supporting one or more IT Applications for several Catholic Health (CH) facilities, identifying and implementing software solutions for CH business and/or clinical needs, bringing vendor software solutions to CH customers and serving as a technical liaison. Additional responsibilities include system installation and maintenance, performing problem diagnostics, resolution, and documenting and providing technical and functional analysis, system building, and testing. This individual will prepare specifications and documentation related to systems, provide support for specific projects, know the business and/or clinical processes and be knowlegable of the technical mechanics to support the work. A level II Analyst does so at a beginner to intermediate complexity and competency, and is a resourceful IT team members. Procedures for the job are general, and work is supervised and guided by a manager or team member.
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The Manager of Clinical Pastoral Education has direct oversight of the programmatic components of an accredited Clinical Pastoral Education program. He or she develops curriculum and selects students for all levels of CPE program (Level I, II and Supervisory) under the standards of the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE).