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FCMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All selection of FCMC employees and all employment decisions, including classification, transfer, discipline, and discharge, will be made without regard to the race, religion, gender, age, national origin, or non-job-related disability.

CURRENT OPENINGS

Medical Assistant- Willow Valley Clinic

DATE POSTED: 10/01/2018
CLOSING DATE: until filled
PAY: DOE
HOURS: Position is Part-Time

Medical Assistant for busy Family Practice. Responsible for patient care under the direction of the physician.

Office Nursing Experience Preferred. Medical Assistant certificate or Certified Nurse Assistant.  Good organization and computer skills, attention to detail, ability to work in a team environment and friendliness.  Ability to speak Spanish preferred, but not required.

Medical Scribe – Willow Valley Clinic (Spanish Speaking)

DATE POSTED: 09/28/2018
CLOSING DATE: until filled
PAY: DOE
HOURS: Position is Full-Time

Under the direct supervision and presence of the Practitioner (Physician and/or Mid-level Provider), the Medical Scribe provides annotation in the Electronic Health Record (EHR) of any dictated, written, or verbally communicated information for the treatment of patients following all local, state and federal regulations/guidelines for documentation. The Medical Scribe will be responsible for clearly recording each patient’s symptoms, history, physical exam and documenting the diagnosis. The Medical Scribe is not a direct patient care provider.

CNA or MA level or higher of medical training required.  Spanish Speaking strongly preferred.  Demonstrated experience working with medical providers and allied health professionals. Knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology preferred. Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure in a critical environment and maintain attention to detail in order to accurately document encounter. Demonstrated observation, listening, interpersonal, and clarification skills in order to interact positively and productively with provider and patient.  Demonstrated knowledge of computers and technology. Demonstrated ability to multi-task and organize. Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Must be able to type on a keyboard at least 40 wpm, with ability to increase speed while maintaining accuracy.

Registered Nurse – OR Circulator

DATE POSTED: 09/27/2018
CLOSING DATE: until filled
PAY: DOE, Benefit Eligible
HOURS: PRN, Call

The Circulator/Scrub Nurse is responsible for the direct and indirect provision of professional nursing care of the patients in the operating room. The nurse is accountable for ongoing evaluation and documentation of all components of care delivered to customers within the perioperative and outpatient environment utilizing the nursing process.

Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Current OR experience (within past 5 years) preferred. Must possess a current license as a Registered Nurse. Must be certified or willing to certify in BLS, PALS, and ACLS. Must possess the ability to function in a team environment. Must possess the ability to deal tactfully with personnel, patients, family members, 
visitors, and physicians. Must be able to relay information to appropriate personnel concerning a patient’s condition. Strong organizational and time management skills. Strong computer skills. Embraces change and able to handle multiple demands at one time.

Registered Nurse – Acute Care

DATE POSTED: 09/27/2018
CLOSING DATE: until filled
PAY: DOE
HOURS: Position is Part-Time

Assesses, plans, implements, evaluates and documents nursing care of patients in accordance with facility and departmental policies and in accordance with standards of professional nursing practice. This position is accountable for the quality of nursing services delivered by self or others who are under his/ her direction.

Current Licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Idaho required; Current BLS required; ACLS preferred. 1-2 year’s experience in acute care nursing in a hospital preferred. Working knowledge of nursing, healthcare safety, state and federal regulations, and regulatory processes required. Good communication skills both written and oral, in English, essential. Ability to manage, support, and work cooperatively with individuals and committees.

 

Speech Language Pathologist – Therapy Services

DATE POSTED: 08/16/2018
CLOSING DATE: until filled
PAY: DOE
HOURS: Position is Full-Time

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults in inpatient and outpatient settings.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Idaho licensed SLP
  • One year experience SLP preferred.
  • Meets the education and experience requirements for Certification of Clinical Competence in Speech/Language Pathology or Audiology granted by the American Speech and Hearing Association or meet the education requirements for certification and currently in the process of meeting the required supervised experience for a certificate.
  • Holds CCC certification through ASHA
  • Possesses and maintains current CPR certification
  • Ability to effectively communicate diagnostic test results and treatments.

Developmental Specialist for Adults – DDA

DATE POSTED: 08/15/2018
CLOSING DATE: until filled
PAY: DOE
HOURS: Position is Full-Time

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Developmental Specialist plans, implements, and evaluates prescriptive developmental programs for adults with developmental disabilities and/or delays; provides functional supervision over developmental therapists; assists in training developmental therapists to conduct developmental programs; performs other duties as required. Provision of developmental services is the Developmental Specialist’s primary job responsibility.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education, Early Childhood Special Education, Speech and Language Pathology, Psychology, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Social Work or Therapeutic Recreation; OR

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in an area not listed above AND HAVE

-Completed a competency course jointly approved by the Department of Health and Welfare and the Idaho Association of Developmental Disabilities Agencies that relates to the job requirements of a Developmental Specialist; AND

-Passed a competency exam approved by the Department

Experience: A person must have a minimum of two hundred and forty (240) hours of professionally supervised experience with individuals with disabilities.

FCMC is willing to scholarship the right candidate through the competency course and supervision as long as the Bachelor’s degree requirement is met.

CNASKILLED NURSING
DATE POSTED: 03/10/2017
CLOSING DATE: Until Filled
DEPARTMENT: Transitional Care (SNF)
HOURS: 20-40 hours/week
SHIFT: All Shifts
PAY: DOE
Position is Part-Time or Full-Time

JOB DESCRIPTION:
The Certified Nursing Assistant is a nursing team member who provides assigned residents with routine daily nursing care and services in accordance with the residents’ assessment and Plan of Care, and as may be directed by supervisor.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Must be a Certified Nurse Assistant in the State of Idaho. Must be CPR certified. Must have a working knowledge of basic equipment including wheelchairs, electrical beds, lift equipment, carts, scales, and vital sign analysis equipment. Able to competently and positively work with residents, other employees, and the public. Must be able to meet the physical requirements of the position with or without accommodation.

 

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Send applications or for more information contact:

Human Resource Manager: Courtney Dursteler

Franklin County Medical Center
44 North 1st East
Preston, ID 83263
CDursteler@fcmc.org, 208-852-4169

Volunteers

It feels good to help others. It’s even good for your own health. As a volunteer at Franklin County Medical Center, you’ll enjoy an important sense of camaraderie and teamwork as you collaborate with hospital FCMC staff to make the experience of patients and their families as pleasant and positive as possible.

Volunteers Support Patients, Families and Staff

Our goal as volunteers is to make the hospital experience as pleasant as possible for patients and their families, and to provide hospital staff with support whenever and wherever possible.

Interested in Volunteering?

Print the Volunteer Application form and Background Check form and mail the completed forms to:

Director of Volunteers
Franklin County Medical Center
44 North 1st East
Preston, ID 83263

Junior Volunteers

There are a limited number of spaces available for 14-18 year olds. Please call the Volunteer Services Department at 208-852-4112.