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Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Title: Director of Obstetrics Supervisor: Chief Nursing Officer Department: Nursing FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Working conditions Nurses in the OB, Charge, and ER jobs are required to be able to fulfill job duties in these three areas. Worker may spend up to 75% of shift completing patient care activities, requiring ambulating and an appropriate body position to complete a task such as squatting or kneeling to help assist patient with dressing. Rest of shift may be spent completing paperwork or computer work for documentation. Transferring patients occasionally to frequently, depending on case load, requires lift of 35 pounds to assist in transfers. A hoyer lift, sit-to-stand lift, or extra assistance may be needed on patients that require extra assist in transfers above the 35 pounds. Nursing COW, which is occasionally utilized for documentation and delivering medication, requires 15 horizontal force pounds to maneuver cart 200 feet at one time. Wheelchairs require up to 40 horizontal force pounds to transport patients up to 300 feet. Hospital beds require 60 horizontal force pounds to move bed 2 feet or to initiate movement and require 40 horizontal force pounds up to 200 feet to transport patient from room to room, many times completed by 2 person assist. Shelves are required to be stocked: OB from 17 inches from floor up to 73 inches high, Acute Floor from 17 inches to 83 inches high, and ER from 4 inches off floor to 77 inches high. A step stool may be required to reach the highest shelves. IV bags weighing 7 pounds are lifted up to variable heights over head to be attached to IV poles. OB bassinets and mobile scale are used for babies, requiring up to 10 horizontal force pounds for movement 2-3 times per shift. Crash cart requires 20 horizontal force pounds to transport up to 150 feet in emergency situations. Chest tube tray in ER weighing 8 pounds is used in appropriate situations, transported up to 200 feet from ER to patient room. Auto CPR device weighs 25 pounds and is used in emergency situations to be transported up to 200 feet from ER to patient room. In emergency situations, nurse may be required to get onto floor to perform CPR or other emergent patient care. Management responsibilities - Responsible for Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Nursing Assistants.
Category
Nursing
ID
2020-1135
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Title: Nursing Assistant Department: Nursing Working conditions                       - May spend up to 75% of shift completing patient care activities, requiring ambulating and an appropriate body position to complete a task such as squatting or kneeling to help assist patient with dressing. Rest of shift may be spent sitting for appropriate work completion. Transferring patients frequently, depending on case load, requires lift of 35 pounds to assist in transfers. A hoyer lift, sit-to-stand lift, or extra assistance may be needed on patients that require extra assist in transfers or if transferring above the 35 pounds. 17 pound commodes are carried to patient specific rooms up to 200 feet. Wheelchairs require up to 40 horizontal force pounds to transport patients up to 300 feet. Hospital beds require 60 horizontal force pounds to move bed 2 feet or to initiate movement and require 40 horizontal force pounds up to 200 feet to transport patient from room to room, many times completing with 2 person assist. Getting onto floor or crawling may be required to assist in cleaning up messes made in patient rooms. - Exposure to chemicals and other hazards related to patient care. Appropriate safety precautions, such as safety glasses, gloves, etc. must be used to minimize risk of injury. - Direct exposure to body substances during patient care activities and on contaminated surfaces such as patient equipment.  
Category
Nursing
ID
2020-1134
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Title:  Admission Clerk                                                                                                                                                        Supervisor:  Director of Financial Services   Management responsibilities: None   Working conditions: Works in a normal office work environment with little exposure to excessive noise, dusty, temperature, etc. Spends significant amounts of time at a desk both writing and on a computer, up to 95% of work time. Requires fine motor coordination up to 70% of work time. Boxes weighing up to 36 pounds are filled with paper and are required to be filled and transported from floor to 36 inch countertop for storage. These boxes are then transported using a dolly cart approximately 250 feet. A 50 pound box of printer paper is required to be emptied from countertop to cupboard below, each ream of paper weighing 5 pounds.   Minimum hours worked per week: 40 hours  
Category
Customer Service/Support
ID
2020-1133
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Lexington Regional Health Center                                                     Title: Dietary Helper                                                                                                                                         Supervisor: Dietary Manager   Department: Dietary        FLSA: Non-exempt   Working conditions   - Works in well lighted and ventilated area. May be exposed to heat and/or cold temperatures in the kitchen and storage areas for up to 40% of working time.   - Spends up to 90% of day standing and moving around to perform work duties. Required to stock shelves, prepare food, distribute food in the dining area and to hospital floor, and perform cleaning duties such as taking out trash. Pantry shelves range from 9 inches from floor to 74 inches high. Dietary receives 2 deliveries per week, including 7-pound cans of food with 24 cans per delivery, 9-pound jar of pickles, 13-pound tub of jelly, 10-pound 12 pack of soda, and a 50-pound box of potatoes that are dumped into a plastic tub 22 inches high. A 25-pound bag of flour is to be stocked onto shelves once per month and a 50-pound bag of sugar is stocked once per 3 months. A 38-pound case of water is stocked onto shelves 1-2 times per week. In the cooler and freezer, shelves range from 9 inches to 75 inches in height, stocking a variety of foods such as: 8-pound box of chicken onto the 75 inch shelf, a 38-pound box of biscuits, and a 42-pound box of oranges, among other foodstuffs of lighter weights. During food preparation, worker is required to transport pans/pots full of food, such as transporting up to 40 pounds of a beef tender, to be transported 10-15 feet and put into ovens or on stovetops. Required to carry food utensils such as glassware weighing 20 pounds to within the kitchen and dining area. To transport food to hospital patients, a food cart is utilized that requires 40 horizontal force pounds for maneuvering cart. This cart is large and is difficult to steer, requiring 2 person assist to manage moving cart for distribution of food. Responsible for taking out trash, which is transported via wheeled trash cans to the dumpster; trash bags may weigh up to 50 pounds and are discarded from cans into dumpster.   Management responsibilities   - None
Category
Dietary
ID
2020-1132
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Title: Medical Interpreter                                                                                                          Supervisor: Director of Social Services   Department: Social Services   FLSA Status: Non-exempt   Working conditions   - Spends up to 50% of day seated to complete various paper/computer work. The other 50% is spent ambulating and moving around facility to assist with interpreting services. Required to ambulate 700 feet at one time to assist in various departments in the facility.  Required to reach heights from 10 inches to 59 inches high to access storage requiring lifting up to 6 pounds.  May carry laptop to meetings requiring carrying up to 5 pounds (if in computer bag) and 700 feet in distance.   - Works in a normal office work environment with little exposure to excessive noise, dust, temperature, etc.   - Sitting, walking, or standing for up to 90% of work time when facilitating effective communication.   - Subject to infections/communicable disease situations and approximate to chemical, medication, blood and body fluids up to 5% of the work day.     Management responsibilities   - None
Category
Social Services
ID
2020-1131
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
  Works in a normal office work environment with little exposure to excessive noise, dust, temperature, etc   Spends up to 70% of day seated, completing paper/computer work. The rest of the 30% percent of the day is spent walking visitor to correct area of the hosital needed.   Wears a mask 100% of the shift.   Thorough training and protective personal equipment will be provided   Management responsibilities   - None  
Category
Administrative/Clerical
ID
2020-1129
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Title:  Cardiac Services Registered Nurse Supervisor: Director of Rehabilitation Services/Chief Nursing Officer Department:  Cardiac Services FLSA Status: Non-exempt   Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, 30-40 hours per week   Working conditions - Works in a normal patient care environment, well lighted and ventilated with minimal exposure to excessive noise, dust, temperature, etc. - Exposure to infection and/or contagious diseases for up to 15% of work time when working with patients. - Patient transferring required during routine care and emergencies, up to 35 pounds, 10% of work time. Patient transportation in wheelchair/wheeled chair 40 horizontal force pounds up to 300 feet 5% of work time.  Demonstration of patient specific exercise 40% of work time, transferring up to 10 pound dumbbells to be utilized for exercise.  Recording of vital signs and managing patient lines/leads for proper patient care 35% of work time.  Stacking and managing inventory among other clerical work 10% of work time, including transporting and stocking materials up to 20 pounds.      Management Responsibilities - None
Category
Nursing
ID
2020-1126
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Title: FMS Admissions Clerk Supervisor: FMS Medical Office Manager   Working conditions 1. Works in a normal office work environment with little exposure to excessive noise, dust, temperature, etc. 2. Spends significant amounts of time at a desk both writing and on a computer, up to 95% of work time. Requires fine motor coordination up to 70% of work time. Boxes weighing up to 36 pounds are filled with paper and are required to be filled and transported from floor to 36 inch countertop for storage. These boxes are then transported using a dolly cart approximately 250 feet. A 50 pound box of printer paper is required to be emptied from countertop to cupboard below, each ream of paper weighing 5 pounds.
Category
Customer Service/Support
ID
2020-1121
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Title: Environmental Services Manager                                            Supervisor: Executive Director of Ancillary Services                              Department: Environmental Services   Minimum hours worked per week: 40 hours per week               Working conditions:   - Housekeeping requires transferring a cleaning cart down hallways up to 600 feet in total distance within the hospital. Trash is required to be taken out regularly when bags are full, weighing up to 25 pounds, carrying up to 500 feet to trash bins outside, down 8 steps. A mop bucket is also pushed around to use mop in appropriate areas and rooms, requiring upper extremity gross motor function for mopping. A vacuum is utilized and is stored on end of housekeeping cart; vacuum weighs 21 pounds and needs to be lifted 9 inches to be placed on cart. Workers will clean rooms, requiring overhead movements of varying heights and reaching near the ground to clean surfaces. - Laundry requires frequent gross motor upper extremity use for pushing, pulling, lifting, and folding laundry, standing up to 4 hours at a time and for the majority of shift. Worker will transfer laundry carts from emergency room 2 times and from acute care floor 1 time per day, requiring up to 20 pound horizontal force pounds 300 feet in distance. Movable laundry shelf is transferred from laundry room to hospital floor, requiring 40 pounds of horizontal force to initiate movement and movement over thresholds, 300 feet in distance, and 2 person assist to push and pull and steer. Laundry bags weighing up to 20 pounds are removed from large tubs and carried 10-20 feet to be placed in washer. Laundry is removed from washer that is 25.5 inches high at bottom of opening and 24 inches deep for reaching articles and placed into tubs. Full tubs require 15 pounds of horizontal force 30 feet to transfer laundry into dryer that has opening of 32 inches high and is 30 inches deep. Articles from laundry are folded on a table 38.5 inches in height and folded articles are transferred to appropriate tubs or carts for dispersal through hospital.              Management responsibilities: Responsible for Environmental Services Assistants
Category
Housekeeping
ID
2020-1116
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Title:  Surgical Services Registered Nurse Department:  Surgical Services Working conditions                                                        - Required to be able to stand constantly to help assist surgeon as necessary, such as retrieving correct instruments to be used. Patient beds are to be transported up to 200 feet in distance requiring 35 pounds of horizontal force with 2 people assist in moving patients to and from surgery. Lifting up to 35 pounds is required for patient transferring. Transferring patients to beds may require multiple people assist up to 50 pounds to lift and transfer the patient. Surgical pans and equipment that weigh up to 35 pounds are to be transported a distance approximately 60 feet into surgical rooms if needed. 5 pound IV bags are to be lifted up to 65 inches to be placed on poles and for stocking shelves in the surgery During patient positioning for draping and sterilization purposes, patient extremities are to be held away from body requiring holding 25 pounds up to 5 minutes. Gross motor UE repetitive frequent use and movement for handling instruments and equipment during surgery. The worker is required to crawl short distances to help assist with cleaning, adjusting equipment, assisting in surgery, and emergency situations that may require short distance crawling as well. To help assist surgery, the worker may be required to attain various body postures/positioning, such as bending, kneeling, crouching, and squatting depending what is needed for that particular surgery. Shelves are to be stocked and equipment to be retrieved from shelves ranging from various heights, reaching overhead consistent with heights equal to that of lifting IV bags onto poles. May be required to push a patient wheelchair, requiring an initial 40 pounds of horizontal force to begin movement of a 300-pound person, and 25 pounds of horizontal force for continued pushing in hallways.   - Exposure to infections, communicable, and contagious diseases up to 75% of work time. Exposure to risk of bloodborne diseases, high steam pressure and radiological environment up to 75% of work time. Exposure to hazardous chemicals, anesthetic waste gases, medications, body fluids, and waste up to 75% of work time. Exposure to hazards from electrical/mechanical/power equipment up to 75% of work time. Subject to burns and cuts.   Management responsibilities                                                                        - None                                                       
Category
Surgery
ID
2020-1103
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Title: Registered Nurse Supervisor: Chief Nursing Officer Management responsibilities: None Working conditions: May spend up to 75% of shift completing patient care activities, requiring ambulating and an appropriate body position to complete a task such as squatting or kneeling to help assist patient with dressing. Rest of shift may be spent completing paperwork or computer work for documentation. Transferring patients occasionally to frequently, depending on case load, requires lift of 35 pounds to assist in transfers. A hoyer lift, sit-to-stand lift, or extra assistance may be needed on patients that require extra assist in transfers above the 35 pounds. Nursing COW, which is utilized for documentation and delivering medication, requires 15 horizontal force pounds to maneuver cart 200 feet at one time. 17 pound commodes are carried to patient specific rooms up to 200 feet. Transporting patient recliners from room to room up to 150 feet is completed. Wheelchairs require up to 40 horizontal force pounds to transport patients up to 300 feet. Hospital beds require 60 horizontal force pounds to move bed 2 feet or to initiate movement and require 40 horizontal force pounds up to 200 feet to transport patient from room to room, many times completed by 2 person assist. Acute care shelves are to be stocked, reaching 17 inches from floor up to 83 inches high, which may require use of a step stool to reach appropriate heights. IV bags weighing 7 pounds are lifted up to variable heights overhead to be attached to IV poles. Crash cart requires 20 horizontal force pounds to transport up to 150 feet in emergency situations. Chest tube tray in ER weighing 8 pounds is used in appropriate situations, transported up to 200 feet from ER to patient room. Auto CPR device weighs 25 pounds and is used in emergency situations to be transported up to 200 feet from ER to patient room. In emergency situations, nurse may be required to get onto floor to perform CPR or other emergent patient care. Crawling or getting onto floor may be required to clean up messes made in patient rooms as well. Minimum hours per week: 36-48 hours (12 hours shifts, rotating weekends, Night Shit)  
Category
Nursing
ID
2020-1099
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Title: Licensed Practical Nurse                   Supervisor: Chief Nursing Officer Working conditions 1. May spend up to 75% of shift completing patient care activities, requiring ambulating and an appropriate body position to complete a task such as squatting or kneeling to help assist patient with dressing. Rest of shift may be spent completing paperwork or computer work for documentation. Transferring patients occasionally to frequently, depending on case load, requires lift of 35 pounds to assist in transfers. A hoyer lift, sit-to-stand lift, or extra assistance may be needed on patients that require extra assist in transfers above the 35 pounds. Nursing COW, which is utilized for documentation and delivering medication, requires 15 horizontal force pounds to maneuver cart 200 feet at one time. 17 pound commodes are carried to patient specific rooms up to 200 feet. Transporting patient
Category
Nursing
ID
2020-1098
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Category
Radiology
ID
2019-1092
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Lexington Regional Health Center                             Title: Licensed Practical Nurse                                  Supervisor: Chief Nursing Officer Department: Nursing FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Working conditions - May spend up to 75% of shift completing patient care activities, requiring ambulating and an appropriate body position to complete a task such as squatting or kneeling to help assist patient with dressing. Rest of shift may be spent completing paperwork or computer work for documentation. Transferring patients occasionally to frequently, depending on case load, requires lift of 35 pounds to assist in transfers. A hoyer lift, sit-to-stand lift, or extra assistance may be needed on patients that require extra assist in transfers above the 35 pounds. Nursing COW, which is utilized for documentation and delivering medication, requires 15 horizontal force pounds to maneuver cart 200 feet at one time. 17 pound commodes are carried to patient specific rooms up to 200 feet. Transporting patient recliners from room to room up to 150 feet is completed. Wheelchairs require up to 40 horizontal force pounds to transport patients up to 300 feet. Hospital beds require 60 horizontal force pounds to move bed 2 feet or to initiate movement and require 40 horizontal force pounds up to 200 feet to transport patient from room to room, many times completed by 2 person assist. Acute care shelves are to be stocked, reaching 17 inches from floor up to 83 inches high, which may require use of a step stool to reach appropriate heights. IV bags weighing 7 pounds are lifted up to variable heights overhead to be attached to IV poles. Crash cart requires 20 horizontal force pounds to transport up to 150 feet in emergency situations. Chest tube tray in ER weighing 8 pounds is used in appropriate situations, transported up to 200 feet from ER to patient room. Auto CPR device weighs 25 pounds and is used in emergency situations to be transported up to 200 feet from ER to patient room. In emergency situations, nurse may be required to get onto floor to perform CPR or other emergent patient care. Crawling or getting onto floor may be required to clean up messes made in patient rooms as well. Management responsibilities - None
Category
Nursing
ID
2019-1082
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
Title: Medical Scribe Supervisor: Chief Medical Officer Department: Family Medicine Specialists FLSA Status:  Non-exempt *Certified Nursing Assistant or Licensed Practical Nurse Certification Required Working conditions - Works in a normal office work environment with little exposure to excessive noise, dust, temperature etc. - Spends up to 60% of day completing desk work in the office and the other 40% spent completing patient care related work. Required to assist with patient transfers, lifting up to 35 pounds for a stand pivot transfer 1-2 times per week. Helps transport patients via wheelchair to radiology or lab within the hospital; wheelchair requires up to 21 pounds of horizontal force up incline outside for a distance of 25 feet and 13 pounds of horizontal force on flat surfaces within hospital and FMS up to 200 feet in distance 3-4 times per day. Required to assist with patient care to take vitals and help handle babies of various weights, amongst various other upper extremity gross motor functions related to patient care, spending up to 5 minutes completing tasks per patient, with up to 20 patients a day. Required to help assist in the event of emergency situations, including performing CPR, which may require getting onto floor to assist. Management responsibilities - None
Category
Nursing
ID
2019-1070
Job Locations US-NE-Lexington
General Application
Category
Other
ID
2018-1033