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To provide and coordinate high quality Respiratory Therapy upon the order of a licensed physician to promote the health and recovery of patients served by the St. Alexius Medical Center.
Education:Graduate of an accredited/AMA certified School of Respiratory Therapy. An Associate/Bachelor’s degree in Respiratory Therapy is preferred.
Licensure:Licensed with the North Dakota State Board of Respiratory Care.
Experience: Must complete phase I and phase II general respiratory therapy orientation to be considered. Must have completed Phase III Respiratory Therapy orientation in at least one of the following areas, as required for the area worked in by the Therapist: Pulmonary Function Lab (7086-5420), Sleep Center (7046-5420), ICU (7085-5425), NICU (7085-5423) or Pulmonary Rehab (7096-5420) to be considered a RT III.
Skills:Working knowledge of computers. Fine motor skills. Problem-solving and decision-making skills. Effectively and efficiently manages time. Is self-directed, works independently while acting as a team player.
Interpersonal Skills:Oral and written communication skills. Maintains patient confidentiality. Ability to manage conflict. Ability to encourage and accept constructive feedback positively and professionally. Relates well with staff, patients, and visitors.
Physical Effort:Able to transport equipment involved in Respiratory Therapy delivery, strength requirement of medium.
Other:Works under the following conditions: potential exposure to biological, chemical, mechanical, radiological and electrical hazards associated with medical center operations. Must have current Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)-ICU (required). Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP)-NICU (required). Optional education/certifications: Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), STABLE
Requisition ID: 1900000174
Schedule: Per Diem
Shift: Day Job
Market: CHI St. Alexius Health
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