Careers

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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

Speech Language Pathologist
Date Posted: 03/30/2020
Job Type: PRN
Hours: PRN
Shift: Days and some weekends

Speech-language pathologist (SLP) work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults and is responsible to provide safe and appropriate treatment to patients while working as a team member with doctors, nurses, and related staff.  Understands current treatment philosophy and procedures related to the current scope of practice, and document the treatment in a compliant matter.  Maintains current knowledge and skills that are associated with this position.  Understands and administers modalities and adaptive equipment as are needed.  Supports and maintains the philosophy and ethical pursuits of the hospital.  Supervises, educates, and informs support staff in the treatment parameters in treating patients.   Maintains and promotes quality care in the areas of home health, in patient/skilled swing beds, SNF and outpatient physical therapy.

Qualifications: Idaho licensed SLP. Graduated from an accredited Speech Language Pathologist Program. Experience preferred, but not required.  Holds or working towards completion of CCC certification through ASHA. Possesses and maintains current CPR certification. Ability to effectively communicate diagnostic test results and treatments.

Occupational Therapist or Certified Occupational Therapy Assist
Date Posted: 03/30/2020
Job Type: PRN
Hours: PRN
Shift: Days and some weekends

The Occupational Therapist or Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant is responsible to provide safe and appropriate treatment to patients while working as a team member with doctors, nurses, and related staff.  Understands current treatment philosophy and procedures related to the current scope of practice, and document the treatment in a compliant matter.  Maintains current knowledge and skills that are associated with this position.  Understands and administers modalities and adaptive equipment as are needed.  Supports and maintains the philosophy and ethical pursuits of the hospital.  Supervises, educates, and informs support staff in the treatment parameters in treating patients.   Maintains and promotes quality care in the areas of home health, in-patient/skilled swing beds, SNF and out-patient occupational therapy.

Qualifications: Licensed in the state of Idaho. Graduated from an accredited Occupational Therapy School or Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant School. Experience preferred, but not required.

Physical Therapist or Physical Therapist Assistant
Date Posted: 03/30/2020
Job Type: PRN
Hours: PRN
Shift: Days and some weekends

The Physical Therapist or Physical Therapy Assistant is responsible to provide safe and appropriate treatment to patients while working as a team member with doctors, nurses, and related staff.  Understands current treatment philosophy and procedures related to the current scope of practice, and document the treatment in a compliant matter.  Maintains current knowledge and skills that are associated with this position.  Understands and administers modalities and adaptive equipment as are needed.  Supports and maintains the philosophy and ethical pursuits of the hospital.  Supervises, educates, and informs support staff in the treatment parameters in treating patients.   Maintains and promotes quality care in the areas of home health, in patient/skilled swing beds, SNF and outpatient physical therapy.

Qualifications: Licensed in the state of Idaho. Graduated from an accredited Physical Therapy School or Physical Therapy Assistant School. Experience preferred, but not required.

CNA/Ward Clerk/Activity Aide
Date Posted: 03/27/2020
Job Type: Part-Time
Hours: 24-29/per week
Shift: Days, Afternoon, Evenings, Weekends

Desire to exhibit Hospitality and Excellence in all job functions. Current CNA License and ability and desire to care for patients. Ward Clerk Duties include great computer skills and understanding of insurances. Will be trained as a swing bed activity aide – to collaborative with a team to manage the activity program for our swing bed patients.

Qualifications: Must be a Certified Nurse Assistant in the State of Idaho. Must be CPR certified. Knowledge and experience with a computer and electronic medical records preferred. 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 patients, other employees and the public.

Sterile Processing Technician
Date Posted: 03/12/2020
Job Type: Part-time
Hours: 20-29/per week
Shift: Days

A Sterile Processing Technician works to prepare, sterilize, install, assemble, or clean healthcare equipment required for surgeries, examinations, and medical procedures. The Sterile Processing Technician ensures equipment, instruments, and supplies can be used safely to prevent infections. Willing to comply with all state and federal regulations.

Qualifications: A High School diploma. Experience and Certification in Sterile Processing is preferred. Strong attention to detail, vigilance, and meticulous care on the job. Passion for keeping people safe. Prioritizing, good judgement and critical-thinking skills. Manual dexterity and the ability to handle fragile equipment. Technical skills and familiarity with sterilization techniques. The ability to work well in a team or independently.

Medical Laboratory Scientist
Date Posted: 02/28/2020
Job Type: Full-time
Hours: 40/per week
Shift: Days, Some Evenings, Weekends, Holidays and Call Rotation

Performs routine and stat laboratory test procedures working as a generalist in Chemistry, Hematology, Blood Bank, Immunology and Microbiology. Ensures the validity of test results by performing quality control, instrument calibration and routine maintenance on all instruments and manual test. Provides excellent customer service to patients, physicians and other hospital staff.  Must we able to work alone as well as part of a team. Ability to multitask, prioritize and perform under pressure is essential.

Responsibilities:

  • Collects and processes clinical specimens for routine and stat testing.
  • Performs reviews, accepts and reports laboratory tests as outlined in the laboratory procedure manual. Adheres to quality assurance and quality control procedures prior preforming all testing.
  • Maintains and operates laboratory equipment. Has the ability to detect and trouble shoot instrument malfunctions and or failures.
  • Helps to ensure that proper inventory is maintained for all instruments and other laboratory supplies.
  • Participates in established Quality Management activities. Collects, evaluates and reports quality management data in order to improve laboratory performance.
  • Attends and participates in continuing education programs. Monitors, participates and evaluates proficiency testing as well as taking an active role in corrective action.
  • Participates in job competency evaluation programs and takes an active role in accomplishing laboratory team goals.
  • Works closely with all laboratory staff to ensure timely client service and accurate test results.
  • Maintains strict confidentiality in all situations and with all relevant documentation.
  • Arrives on time, works scheduled hours and takes an equal amount of call.
  • Performs any and all additional duties assigned by the Laboratory Manager.

Qualifications: Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science or equivalent. ASCP registration or registry eligibility required. New graduates are encouraged to apply and must be board certified within six months of hire. Candidate will be required to relocate. Willingness to be on call is a must. Competent phlebotomy skills are required.

Medical Assistant – Willow Valley Medical Clinic
Date Posted: 02/28/2020
Job Type: Part-time
Hours: 20-28/per week
Shift: Days

Medical Assistant responsible for patient care under the direction of the physician. Multi-specialty clinic hiring part-time Medical Assistant to act as float nurse. Medical Assisting experience required, preferably in primary care. Duties include management of nurse schedule to include weight and blood pressure checks, medication injections, rooming patients, drawing blood, scanning information to electronic health records system, support of nursing staff as needed. This position requires a proactive team player who is able to shift easily between tasks, perform independently, anticipate need, detail-oriented, patient care-centered and is well rounded in primary care assisting functions.

Qualifications: 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.

Housekeeper
Date Posted: 10/21/2019
Job Type: Part-time
Hours: 20/per week
Shift: Days

Performs any combination of cleaning duties to maintain FCMC in a sterile, clean and orderly manner. Ability to read chemical labels and instructions. Ability to use housekeeping equipment and physically perform housekeeping duties with or without accommodation. Must be self-motivated.

Transitional Care RN or LPN
Date Posted: 01/27/2020
Job Type: Part-time with potential for Full-time
Hours: 20-29/week
Shift: Days/Evenings/Graveyard

A professional member of the health care team who provides skilled nursing care for residents, cooperatively with ancillary nursing personnel and maintains standards of care in the clinical setting utilizing the nursing process. Current Licensure as a RN/LPN required; Current BLS required; ACLS optional. A minimum of 1-2  years’ experience in a skilled nursing facility preferred. Good communication skills. Manage, support, and work cooperatively with individuals and committees.

Habilitative Interventionist
Date Posted: 01/13/2019
Job Type: Full-time
Hours: 40/per week
Shift: Days

Under administrative direction, plans, implements and evaluates prescriptive developmental and habilitative interventional programs for individual with developmental disabilities; may provide some functional supervision over developmental technicians; assist in training professionals, paraprofessionals and/or parents in conducting developmental programs; working towards remedial treatment of developmental disabilities; performs other duties as required. Provision of developmental and habilitative interventional services is the Developmental Specialist’s/Habilitative Interventionist’s primary job responsibility.

Qualifications: Must hold at least a bachelor’s degree in a human services field from a nationally accredited university or college. Has one thousand forty (1,040) hours of supervised experience working with participant’s birth to twenty-one who demonstrate functional or behavioral needs.

Habilitative Interventionist
Date Posted: 01/13/2019
Job Type: Part-time
Hours: 20/per week
Shift: Days

Under administrative direction, plans, implements and evaluates prescriptive developmental and habilitative interventional programs for individual with developmental disabilities; may provide some functional supervision over developmental technicians; assist in training professionals, paraprofessionals and/or parents in conducting developmental programs; working towards remedial treatment of developmental disabilities; performs other duties as required. Provision of developmental and habilitative interventional services is the Developmental Specialist’s/Habilitative Interventionist’s primary job responsibility.

Qualifications: Must hold at least a bachelor’s degree in a human services field from a nationally accredited university or college. Has one thousand forty (1,040) hours of supervised experience working with participant’s birth to twenty-one who demonstrate functional or behavioral needs.

Part-time Cook
Date Posted: 5/21/2019
Job Type: Part-time
Hours: 10-20/per week
Shift: Days/Afternoons/Weekends

Join our Team! Cooks are under the general supervision of the department director, prepares and cooks large quantities of food for patients, residents, employees, and the public. Experience in commercial/hospital food service preferred. Working knowledge of food prep sanitation, serve safe preferred and good communication skills both written and oral, in English, essential. Facilitation skills in order to support and work cooperatively with staff, patients, and external parties.

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Send applications or for more information contact:

Human Resource Manager: Colleen Jensen

Franklin County Medical Center
44 North 1st East
Preston, ID 83263
CJensen@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.