Mon Jun 11, 2012, 01:36 PM
Lisa0825 (12,936 posts)
I hope it is OK to share job openings here?
Last edited Thu Jun 14, 2012, 10:49 AM - Edit history (2)
I have some positions I have had a hard time filling. I plan to post in the Careers group, but since I am in Texas, I thought I would share here as well. All these positions are located in Galveston, Texas.
The job descriptions are online here: UTMB Health
Here are the titles and job ID#s:
- Nutritionist II-Transplant Services 30913 (Must have RD - Transplant experience a plus)
- Senior Practice Manager - Pediatrics 30806 (Prefer Bachelor's Degree or higher)
- Medical Assistant - UHC 5th Floor Specialty Care 30795 (We get LOTS of applicants for this position, but few with good work history - specifically experience with autoclave, wound care, and other outpatient clinic exp. This one is being reposted, so it should show up in the search link tomorrow)
- MRI Technologist Manager 30616 (Prefer Bachelor's Degree - can be either in Rad technology or an additional degree beyond the technical education, such as business)
- Value Analysis Program Manager - Service Line Operations 30608 (Will deal with executives and physicians - must have degree in health related field and experience in a clinical setting)
- (This position is now on hold) Transplant Social Worker
- (This position is now on hold) Sterile Processing Technician 30442
- Respiratory Therapist II (3 openings) - Respiratory Care Services - 30141, 30058, and 26856
- Certified Ophthalmic Assistant - University Eye Center 29886
- PCS Supervisor- Respiratory Care Services 26103
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I hope it is OK to share job openings here? (Original post)
Response to Lisa0825 (Original post)
Mon Jun 11, 2012, 06:37 PM
tech3149 (3,756 posts)
4. It's a shame I'm not more directly involved in HC
I'm an excellent diagnostician and do have a good understanding of the biological processes, might be more that most conventionally trained HC professionals. Hell, I'd probably work for not more than subsistence wages so long as I could document my skills, help people who really needed them, and mabey move on to bigger and better things a decade down the road.
Unfortunately, my background in electronics and my current job of caring for my 90 y/o mother make it an impossibility at this time.
I hope you have good luck and flexible standards in choosing your prospects. In many cases the traditionally trained candidates may not be the most effective or rewarding candidates.
My very few employment interviews were usually sealed the same day because of my ability to quickly understand what I was dealing with and not just fixing the problem but analyzing why it happened and finding solutions to assure it didn't happen again.
As I said before, I hope you have some flexibility in making your choices. Too often people who have more than the needed skills are discarded because they don't have the proper credentials. That is a very sad thing.
Response to tech3149 (Reply #4)
Mon Jun 11, 2012, 07:48 PM
Lisa0825 (12,936 posts)
5. Generally the "Minimum Qualifications" are firm, but the preferences are flexible.
A lot of it has to do with licensing and Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) requirements. We can't just hire and train someone to be an RT because they would not qualify for licensure by the national board, for example, and that is a requirement for accreditation.