Requisition #: 176734
Location: Sibley Memorial Hospital, Washington, DC
Category: Nursing Support/Patient Care
Work Shift: Rotating Shift
Work Week: Full Time Nursing (36 hours)
Weekend Work Required: Yes
Date Posted: Nov. 14, 2018
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The Emergency Department Technician maintains a collaborative relationship with the RN and other members of the Emergency Department (ED) healthcare team. Under the direction of the RN, works as an associate with advanced training in specific critical care/emergency department clinical skills and competencies on the health care team.
Observes patients, provides skilled nursing care, and maintains the patient's environment in an outcome oriented, safe, therapeutic, compassionate, and cost effective manner. Duties and responsibilities are based on what serves the patients and the team at any given time and are determined in collaboration with the team leader.
Work Location: Washington, DC
12 hour shifts
Shifts may vary from 7a-7p, 7p-7a, or 11a-11p
1.High school graduate or equivalent.
2.Ability to read, write, and communicate fluently in English.
3.EMT-B Certification or Paramedic License preferred
4.Two (2) years current full-time experience as an Emergency Room Technician preferred
5Technician who will become certified as EMT-B within one year of employment OR Who will complete a nursing program (RN) within following calendar year of employment
6.Basic life support certification; ACLS desired
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