Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps

The U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps is comprised of civilian healthcare professionals employed by the Federal Government. Civilian Corps employees serve our country by caring for Army service members but are not subject to military requirements such as "boot camp," military uniforms, or deployment.

U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps employees work closely alongside their military counterparts within the United States Army Medical Command (MEDCOM), a division of U.S. Army Medicine.  In clinics and hospitals across the world, they facilitate the care of active Army personnel, veterans, and their families.

Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Vicenza Ave, Katy, TX 77493, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
SUPERVISORY SOCIAL WORKER (FAMILY ADVOCACY): Supervision and Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Management: Serves as supervisory clinical social worker; responsible for development and maintenance of professional standards of service, initiating and effecting changes in methods that will promote efficient practice, and coordination of social work services with other programs of service to the same group of clients; uses expert knowledge of a full range of psychological concepts, principles, procedures and practices to plan, direct and manage the clinical and administrative duties of subordinates; responsible for clinic staff (administrative, general and clinical). Assigns work to subordinates based on priorities, difficulty of assignments, and the capabilities of employees; provide technical oversight; develop performance plans, evaluate work performance of subordinates, and provide recommended ratings of record; interview candidates for subordinate positions; recommend hiring, promotion, or reassignments; take disciplinary measures, such as warnings and reprimands; identify developmental and training needs of employees; provide and/or arrange for needed development and training.   Risk and Clinical Assessment: Incumbent uses advanced professional knowledge and judgment to independently plan and carry out the clinical social work component of the FAP in accordance with program requirements and accepted standards of professional conduct. Conducts comprehensive clinical intake interviews with children and adult family members, to include family history, social history, developmental history, and presenting problems together with any relevant secondary information; social assessments may include financial, adaptive, social functioning of the child and family, social relationships and situations, and other contributory information. Compilation, Analysis, Decision Making and Case Management: Incumbent obtains relevant data from legal, investigatory, medical, command, social service agencies, schools, resource programs, etc. to compile information and present for a determination of abuse or neglect to the FAP CRC. Analyzes the information and uses professional judgment concerning difficult decisions that may have serious consequences to the child or the family.   Crisis Intervention: Incumbent performs crisis intervention services and appropriate triage to assist in the protection and safety of victims and Families. Where significant hazard of severe or continuing abuse is identified, makes recommendations and takes action to effect removal and protection of Family members and others from the abuser. Crisis intervention will primarily occur in outpatient settings or in the Emergency Department.   Treatment: Incumbent develops treatment plans based on identified problems, psychosocial factors and treatment capabilities. Makes treatment recommendations to the multi-disciplinary FAP CRC team. Provides therapeutic treatment to victims, offenders and Family members of those involved in domestic violence or child abuse or neglect.   ABOUT THE POSITION:   Must be able to satisfy the requirements of the 26JUL12 DODI 1400.25 V1230, DoD Civilian Personnel Management System: Employment in Foreign Areas and Employee Return Rights. Visit http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/140025v1230.pdf.   CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:    RETURN RIGHTS: - Return rights are granted to civilian employees hired from stateside DoD activities to overseas positions per 10 U.S. Code § 1586 - Rotation of career-conditional and career employees assigned to duty outside the United States - Apply only to current employees recruited from non-foreign areas for employment outside of CONUS - Employees have return rights to their original position for five years and must exercise those return rights unless forfeited or formally extended. - Employees lose return rights when taking a new position outside of DOD or non-appropriated funds positions. - When an employee exercises their return rights they will be placed in the position they held prior to their assignment outside of the United States. - If the employee voluntarily stays overseas for longer than five years, they will forfeit their return rights. - If the employee voluntarily returns to a different position in CONUS, return rights are automatically forfeited. - Any employee who leaves government service automatically forfeits their return rights.    REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION: Federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the hiring agency directly. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. A reasonable accommodation is any change to a job, the work environment, or the way things are usually done that enables an individual with a disability to apply for a job, perform job duties or receive equal access to job benefits. Under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodations when: ◦An applicant with a disability needs an accommodation to have an equal opportunity to apply for a job. ◦An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to perform the essential job duties or to gain access to the workplace. ◦An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to receive equal access to benefits, such as details, training, and office-sponsored events. You can request a reasonable accommodation at any time during the application or hiring process or while on the job. Requests are considered on a case-by-case basis.   EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: The U.S. Army Medical Command does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Drum, NY, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Paramedic: As a Paramedic at Ft. Drum, New York you will: - Respond to on-site accidents and other emergencies involving injuries and illnesses that may potentially be life-threatening. - Make independent preliminary assessments of the patient?s condition. - Determine the most appropriate protocol for the given circumstances. - Make modifications to the protocol as necessary and within prescribed limits. - Conduct a complete examination of the patient to determine the nature, extent, and seriousness of his/her condition. - Determine if the patient can be moved and the best way to transport them to the appropriate facility for continued treatment. - Prioritizing treatment for patients with multiple issues.  
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps San Antonio, TX 78234, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Pharmacist (Hematology / Oncology): The incumbent works as a direct health care provider in an outpatient or inpatient setting. Serves as a Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner providing a full scope of healthcare services for patients with both acute and chronic illnesses and conditions covering the entire spectrum of medicine. The incumbent examines, treats, and follows outpatients with medical problems of all complexities. Independently manages the care of patients within protocols and reference manuals mutually agreed upon with the physician consultant. Assesses, plans, treats, counsels, and provides guidance and instructions to patients with a variety of acute and chronic illnesses. Based on agreed procedures, the incumbent sees patients, takes histories, performs physical examinations, orders laboratory tests, treats illnesses, and refers as appropriate to specialty/subspecialty care. Provides follow-up and ongoing disease management for patients. Participates in daily rounds to monitor and review drug therapy for rational indications, dosing, adverse drug reactions, drug interactions, I.V. incompatibilities and complications of multiple drug therapies. Prepares, compounds, and dispenses prescriptions according to professional and military standards. The oncology pharmacist competently manages problems in an inpatient ward, intensive care unit, or ambulatory care setting and is subject to institution wide medical review of practice patterns. Provides pharmaceutical care for non-appointed patients presenting with acute illnesses of variable severity, following the triage procedures established in the clinic or ward. Examines and conducts a thorough evaluation of patients utilizing laboratory and clinical findings to appropriately treat or refer patients to the appropriate specialty clinic or ward. Provides non-urgent care for patients of all ages. Obtains a health history from the patient and/or family/guardian and records findings. Requests special screening tests and laboratory tests and uses the results in assessing the patient’s medical problems. Identifies and manages specific illnesses. Develops, implements, and evaluates the treatment plans. Makes judgments about the use of medications and treatment, prescribing appropriate medications and treatments based on protocols. Consults with physicians when appropriate. Provides health information and/or instructions. Provides continuing follow-up care for managing complications associated with various malignancies and the toxicities associated with treatment. Provides physical evaluations per protocol as needed. Plans and provides appropriate treatments, initiating and modifying selective therapies. Writes prescriptions for legend and over the counter medications as approved by the Pharmacy and Therapeutic and Credentials Committees. Performs treatments authorized by protocol or physician consultant. Documents care via progress notes and orders on inpatient and outpatient medical records as dictated by instruction and peer review standards. Periodic evaluation of the proper utilization of medications will be accomplished by physician preceptor. Refers patients to supervisory physicians, other departments, support services, or to community social welfare agency and services as appropriate. Monitors the dispensing of all cytotoxic and research –related pharmaceuticals in the MTF. Analyzes patterns and trends to determine appropriate, effective, and economical prescribing and dispensing of drugs. Where improvement of these areas can be identified, counsels, or recommends alternatives that will satisfy the medical needs of the situation. Looks for indications of misuse or abuse of pharmaceuticals and recommends corrective or remedial action. Inspects Oncology Pharmacy operations to insure compliance with standard operating procedures and quality assurance criteria and procedures. Provides pharmacy input to quality assurance reviews and similar processes. Active participant in the departments quality improvement activities. The incumbent accomplishes special quality assurance studies, and performs pharmacoeconomic analyses. Provides advice, professional consultation/opinions and written technical studies and professional reviews in support of the various boards and committees involved with evaluation of patient care and treatment. The incumbent attends department or board or committee meetings. Leads and participates in the ward and pharmacy Utilization Management and Quality Assurance processes. Develops and insures compliance with defined protocols. The incumbent attends Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses and maintains specialty specific CME sufficient to satisfy the requirements of applicable licensing agencies and The Joint Commission. The oncology pharmacist serves as a consultant on cases involving multiple, serious, or life-threatening conditions with conflicting drug requirements, serious drug reactions or interactions, or other factors not receptive to standard or more common specialized approaches. Responds to inquiries from a wide range of DoD pharmacy benefit stakeholders. Develops and maintains products and services offered by the Department of Pharmacy to DoD pharmacy benefit stakeholders. The incumbent collaborates with specialists in other subspecialties on complex and multifaceted cases and educates DoD pharmacy benefit stakeholders about the clinical effectiveness and cost effectiveness of drug therapy. Follows through on all patients to ensure effective comprehensive medical service. In consultation with physicians, the incumbent develops pharmacotherapeutic regimens for especially difficult or complex cases. Monitors progress and response to the regimen, modifying dosages or methods as necessary. Supervises and conducts ward orientation for new medical, nursing, allied health, and pharmacy students, interns, and residents as they provide care diagnosis and treatment to patients. Also teaches in formal lecture settings, mentors and conducts final evaluation feedback. The incumbent prepares, conducts, or oversees the training of physicians, pharmacists, and other health care providers on the use of drugs and other pharmaceuticals. Monitors training of residents, interns, and fellows to insure drug related issues are fully and correctly dealt with in their curriculum and that the required levels of skill have been attained. Recommends and initiates changes and updates to instructions, regulations, and other guidance as needed. The incumbent assesses the physical and psychological health status of patients and/or their families through history-taking and physical examination IAW established protocols and references. Discriminates between normal and abnormal findings on the physical assessment and screening data. Evaluates the assessment data in order to make prospective decisions regarding care and treatment in collaboration with physicians and other health team members. The incumbent serves as a patient and family advocate. Receives, investigates and acts on patient complaints. Uses tact and diplomacy during all communication with patients, families, and staff members. Assures a hygienic environment for patients and staff by employing prescribed monitoring and safety measures. Attends and participates in assigned committees, projects, and programs.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Campbell, KY, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Practical Nurse: As a Practical Nurse, you will: - Obtain information from patient and/or family to identify major complaints, symptoms, or reason for seeking health care. - Take vital signs (blood pressure, temperature, pulse, respiration, pain level, height, weight, measurement of head circumference and length); perform a behavioral health screening. - Provide individualized nursing care to patients of all ages based upon the physician's medical plan, the nursing assessment and the physical, mental and emotional needs of the patient. - Assist physician with various examinations and diagnostic procedures. - Screen and review immunization records to select required immunizations, correct dosages, and administer oral, intradermal, subcutaneous, intramuscular immunizations to all age groups. - Perform teaching to patients and/or family regarding self-care procedures and documents teaching.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Gordon, Augusta, GA 30813, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse: DESCRIPTION: Your scope of services include, but are not limited to; - Perform independent, comprehensive telephone and clinical triaging, and facilitate care coordination through a multidisciplinary approach. - Make psychosocial assessment of patients to identify significant cultural practices, the ability to understand and cooperate, and expectations of care and coping mechanisms. - Assist health care providers with examinations and procedures. - Assist with clinic orientation, one-on-one patient, educational activities related to acute or chronic illnesses, self-care, wellness/preventive health measures, and normal development and physiology. - Prepare and administer oral, subcutaneous, intra-muscular and intravenous medications. - Establishes priorities for patient care and evaluates patients’ progress toward a high-level wellness. - Provides patient education as an integral part of the services offered. - Communicates with providers regarding determinations and situations and documents events appropriately. - Responds to emergency situations. - PERFORMS OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED. NOTE: May include shift work or rotating shifts (evenings, weekends, holidays).
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse; Case Manager:     // WE'RE HIRING REGISTERED NURSE CASE MANAGERS \\     PRIMARY CARE | MEDSURG | OBGYN | LABOR + DELIVERY | BEHAVIORAL HEALTH | PSYCHIATRY | CASE MANAGEMENT | URGENT CARE | EMERGENCY ROOM   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   QUALIFICATIONS. Active, unrestricted RN license, BLS, Graduation from an accredited RN program, one full year of Nurse Case Manager experience, US Citizenship (if you do not have one full year of experience, please still reach out, we have new-graduate opportunities from time-to-time)     HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.      
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse; Emergency Department:     // WE'RE HIRING EMERGENCY ROOM REGISTERED NURSES \\    We have full time, part time + PRN opportunities available! We want what works for YOUR life.   PRIMARY CARE | MEDSURG | OBGYN | LABOR + DELIVERY | URGENT CARE | BEHAVIORAL HEALTH | PSYCHIATRY | PERIOPERATIVE | OPERATING ROOM | CASE MANAGEMENT | EMERGENCY ROOM   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   QUALIFICATIONS. Active, unrestricted RN license, BLS, Graduation from an accredited RN program, one full year of ER RN experience, US Citizenship (if you do not have one full year of experience, please still reach out, we have new-graduate opportunities from time-to-time)     HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.        
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse; Labor and Delivery:     // WE'RE HIRING LABOR AND DELIVERY REGISTERED NURSES \\    We have full time, part time + PRN opportunities available! We want what works for YOUR life. This postion requires rotating shifts.   PRIMARY CARE | MEDSURG | OBGYN | LABOR + DELIVERY | URGENT CARE | BEHAVIORAL HEALTH | PSYCHIATRY | PERIOPERATIVE | OPERATING ROOM | CASE MANAGEMENT | EMERGENCY ROOM   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   QUALIFICATIONS. Active, unrestricted RN license, BLS, Graduation from an accredited RN program, one full year of Labor and Delivery RN experience, US Citizenship (if you do not have one full year of experience, please still reach out, we have new-graduate opportunities from time-to-time)     HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.        
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse; Medical Surgical:     // WE'RE HIRING MEDICAL/SURGICAL REGISTERED NURSES \\    We have full time, part time + PRN opportunities available! We want what works for YOUR life.   PRIMARY CARE | MEDSURG | OBGYN | LABOR + DELIVERY | URGENT CARE | EMERGENCY ROOM   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   QUALIFICATIONS. Active, unrestricted RN license, BLS, Graduation from an accredited RN program, one full year of Med/Surg RN experience, US Citizenship (if you do not have one full year of experience, please still reach out, we have new-graduate opportunities from time-to-time)     HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.    
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse; OBGYN:     // WE'RE HIRING OBGYN REGISTERED NURSES \\    We have full time, part time + PRN opportunities available! We want what works for YOUR life.    PRIMARY CARE | MEDSURG | OBGYN | LABOR + DELIVERY | URGENT CARE | BEHAVIORAL HEALTH | PSYCHIATRY | PERIOPERATIVE | OPERATING ROOM | CASE MANAGEMENT | EMERGENCY ROOM   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   QUALIFICATIONS. Active, unrestricted RN license, BLS, Graduation from an accredited RN program, one full year of OBGYN RN experience, US Citizenship (if you do not have one full year of experience, please still reach out, we have new-graduate opportunities from time-to-time)     HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.        
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Registered Nurse; Operating Room:     // WE'RE HIRING OPERATING ROOM REGISTERED NURSES \\    We have full time, part time + PRN opportunities available! We want what works for YOUR life.   PRIMARY CARE | MEDSURG | OBGYN | LABOR + DELIVERY | URGENT CARE | BEHAVIORAL HEALTH | PSYCHIATRY | PERIOPERATIVE | OPERATING ROOM | CASE MANAGEMENT | EMERGENCY ROOM   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   QUALIFICATIONS. Active, unrestricted RN license, BLS, Graduation from an accredited RN program, one full year of Operating Room RN experience, US Citizenship (if you do not have one full year of experience, please still reach out, we have new-graduate opportunities from time-to-time)     HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.        
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Health Technician; Ophthalmology Supervisor:     // WE'RE HIRING OPHTHALMOLOGY TECH SUPERVISORS \\   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   QUALIFICATIONS. One full year of ophthalmology tech experience, ophthalmology tech certification, BLS, US Citizenship, supervisory experience perferred, (if you do not have one full year of experience, please still reach out to us. We have new-grad opportunities from time to time)   HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.   Click here to read all about our new hospital.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.        
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Health Technician; Optometry:     // WE'RE HIRING OPTOMETRY TECHS \\   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   QUALIFICATIONS. One full year of optometry tech experience, optometry tech certification, BLS, US Citizenship (if you do not have one full year of experience, please still reach out to us. We have new-grad opportunities from time to time)   HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.   Click here to read all about our new hospital.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.        
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Health Technician; Pharmacy:     // WE'RE HIRING PHARMACY TECHS \\    We have full time, part time + PRN opportunities available! We want what works for YOUR life.   BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   HEY, NEW GRADS! Are you recently graduated, graduating soon or have less than one full year of experience? We may have opportunities available. Please reach out to us and ask about our developmental positions.    HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.   Click here to read all about our new hospital.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.      
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Riley, KS 66442, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Health Technician; Psychiatric / Behavioral Health:     // WE'RE HIRING PSYCHIATRIC / BEHAVIORAL HEALTH TECHNICIANS \\     BENEFITS. Full federal benefits package: very competitive pay, ample vacation + separate sick leave, relocation assistance, student loan reimbursement opportunities, 5% investment matching, retirement, health, dental, vision, life + long term insurance, any state license works (no need to get a KS license!)   QUALIFICATIONS. BLS, One full year of psychiatric/behavioral health tech experience, US Citizenship (if you do not have one full year of experience, please still reach out, we have new-graduate opportunities from time-to-time)     HOW TO APPLY. To officially apply, please search for openings at Fort Riley, Kansas on USAJOBS.gov. Please also e-mail your resume + license to: usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     // WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT \\   We're an Army hospital located in Fort Riley, Kansas. An active duty Army instillation in Manhattan, Kansas - home to Kansas State University! We serve a population of nearly 50,000 active duty Soldiers, family members and retirees in the community. Irwin Army Community Hospital is located in Fort Riley, Kansas which is uniquely located in the rolling Flint Hills region of the Midwest. We are nestled between Junction City (pop.17,000) and Manhattan (pop. 57,000). The local area has an abundance of outdoor activities where you'll find unlimited opportunities to fish, hike, swim, and explore! Enjoy BigXII college sports and entertainment at Kansas State University in Manhattan; as well as a thriving night life and culinary experience. Experience travel simplified at the Manhattan Regional Airport. For international travel, Kansas City International Airport is only two hours away.   Manhattan has been recognized on the following lists for its quality of life:   No. 3 on a list of Best Small Places for Business and Careers (Forbes) One of the Top 10 Places to Retire (Money Magazine) One of the Top 50 College Towns in America (Best College Reviews) Top 10 Best Places to Retire Young (CNN Money) Top 100 Places to Live in America (Livability)   Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 47-bed hospital. It was designed with the latest medical engineering technology to deliver the best care to our Big Red One Soldiers and mission partners, their families and our retirees. The hospital was smartly built to accommodate an increase in patient capacity or future growth on Fort Riley. As of summer 2016, the hospital serves 49,426 eligible beneficiaries. On a typical day, it sees 1,594 clinical patients, fills 1,805 prescriptions, runs 1,587 laboratory procedures, performs 11 surgical cases, and delivers three babies.   The new hospital incorporates Evidence-Based Design which influences modern healthcare facility design to promote patient healing and staff well being. The L-shape design separates the inpatient care from the outpatient care clinics. The staff use their own hallways and elevators outside of the “L.” This frees up space for patients and visitors. The layout provides the shortest reasonable path from check-in to exam. It also eases the transition from one department to another should a patient require additional care. All reception areas in the outpatient side are in the atrium, giving a greater sense of openness. The atrium, or “glass wall,” lets in natural light and provides a passive solar heat in the cooler months while reducing it in hotter seasons. Irwin Army Community Hospital celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 1st Infantry Division with the opening of the new hospital in 2016.     WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE AN ARMY CIVILIAN?   Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army. As a civilian employee on #TeamIACH, you are a federal employee. You are not in the Army, you are not deployed, forced moved, and you don't wear a uniform. You'll work alongside our men and women in uniform who also serve as heathcare professionals.Click here to learn more about civilian government service.     WHEN YOU'RE ON #TEAMIACH, YOU EITHER TOUCH A PATIENT, OR ENABLE THOSE WHO DO.   JOIN THE TEAM, TODAY.   CONNECT WITH US. facebook.com/IACHcareers twitter.com/IACHcareers linkedin.com/in/IACHcareers iach.amedd.army.mil usarmy.riley.medcom-iach.mbx.careers@mail.mil     LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN MANHATTAN.  Visit the CVB website here.        LEARN MORE ABOUT LIVING IN JUNCTION CITY. Visit the CVB website here.            
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps Fort Gordon, Augusta, GA 30813, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Licensed Practical Nurse: Description: Scope of services include, but are not limited to; - Obtain information from patient and/or family to identify major complaints, symptoms, or reason for seeking health care. - Perform initial patient work-up to assess patient care and/or treatment. - Take vital signs (blood pressure, temperature, pulse, respiration, pain level, height, weight, measurement of head circumference and length); perform a behavioral health screening. - Provide individualized nursing care to patients of all ages based upon the physician's medical plan, the nursing assessment and the physical, mental and emotional needs of the patient. - Assist physician with various examinations and diagnostic procedures. - Screen and review immunization records to select required immunizations, correct dosages, and administer oral, intradermal, subcutaneous, intramuscular immunizations to all age groups. - Perform teaching to patients and/or family regarding self-care procedures and documents teaching. - Completes required records (both paper and electronic) pertaining to all medical services provided in accordance with specified procedures and regulations. - Exercises independent judgment with full responsibility for professional diagnosis, treatment, referral and disposition of patients, IAW Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) standards. - Ensures the highest standards of professional practice and ethics are maintained. - Participates in Continuing Medical Education (CME) and quality assurance activities as assigned. - Work is subject to rotating shifts and/or irregular tour of duty to include weekends, nights, and/or holidays, depending on area of assignment.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps 29 Greenleaf Terrace, Stafford, VA 22556, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
NURSE (CLINICAL/CASE MGMT):   Serves as a Nurse Case Manager in order to provide professional case management and health planning services. The incumbent of this position serves as a member of a multidisciplinary team to provide assessment, planning, implementation, coordination, evaluation, and monitoring of patients for health options and services. The incumbent helps develop, analyze, integrate, monitor, and manage healthcare delivery systems through communication and use of resources to promote quality and cost-effective outcomes across the continuum. - Provides advanced practice clinical nursing, administrative and organizational skills in managing the continuity of care for the beneficiary populations. Conducts a comprehensive assessment of beneficiary’s health needs in order to develop a plan of care. Plans with the patient, the Family, the physician/provider, other healthcare providers, the payer, and the community, to maximize healthcare response and quality, cost effective outcomes. Facilitates communication and coordination between members of the healthcare team. Educates both the patient and members of the healthcare delivery team about case management, healthcare and treatment options, community resources, insurance benefits, psychosocial concerns, etc., so that informed decisions can be made. Engages in problem-solving, exploring options to care when available and alternative plans when necessary to achieve desired outcomes.  - Provides oversight and input to nursing practice matters. Incumbent participates in the identification of processes, systems, and practice metrics; and in determining measures of care outcomes for the population served.  a. Attends multidisciplinary meetings, identifies potential case management clients through health planning assessments, review of the multiple databases and points of contacts available for the specified population. This screening process may include, but is not limited to the Emergency Department log, physicians, nurses, Managed Care and the clients themselves.    b. Screens all potential case management clients within established timeframe after identification for appropriateness/benefit of case management services to client and/or institution.    c. Interviews and counsels potential case management clients within established timeframe as to services needed to optimize current health/psychosocial status and benefits of case management services. Once the client accepts case management, the approved metrics will be entered into a prescribed database for tracking purposes along with clinical progress notes on the client's status.    d. Introduces innovative nursing techniques, practices, and approaches in collaboration with health care providers to identify, assess, educate, plan, and coordinate care through programs designed to provide efficient, comprehensive and cost effective service for case managed patients.    e. Coordinates with patient-focused multidisciplinary teams of clinicians to develop time line protocols/clinical guidelines which delineate the expected process of care delivery for selected case managed patients and provide high quality affordable health care to its beneficiaries. Monitors exceptions, deviations, and differences from the established protocols to identify and report problems. Variances are analyzed and reported through a continuous process improvement channel to seek solutions and improve delivery of care. Accountable for coordination of care for select groups of complex patients to ensure desirable patient outcomes are achieved. Consults and coordinates with other multi-disciplinary care professionals, agencies, organizations, and other ancillary support systems to assist patients to optimize their level of function and self care.    f. Conducts extensive evaluation of case management patients to establish in detail and specificity the nature of their continuity of care needs as well as causal and contributing conditions and circumstances. Conducts comprehensive clinical interviews with the patient and other family members, as warranted, collects data from all involved health care agencies, medical providers and resource programs. Participates in a multidisciplinary team to develop a treatment plan to deal with all identified conditions and problems. Identifies psychosocial aspects of anticipated care needs to identify potential barriers to optimal health and resource utilization. Identifies methods for minimizing such barriers and assists the patient and the family in developing and implementing appropriate care plans, and accessing agencies and care providers.     ABOUT THE POSITION:   Must be able to satisfy the requirements of the 26JUL12 DODI 1400.25 V1230, DoD Civilian Personnel Management System: Employment in Foreign Areas and Employee Return Rights. Visit http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/140025v1230.pdf.   CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:     RETURN RIGHTS: - Return rights are granted to civilian employees hired from stateside DoD activities to overseas positions per 10 U.S. Code § 1586 - Rotation of career-conditional and career employees assigned to duty outside the United States - Apply only to current employees recruited from non-foreign areas for employment outside of CONUS - Employees have return rights to their original position for five years and must exercise those return rights unless forfeited or formally extended. - Employees lose return rights when taking a new position outside of DOD or non-appropriated funds positions. - When an employee exercises their return rights they will be placed in the position they held prior to their assignment outside of the United States. - If the employee voluntarily stays overseas for longer than five years, they will forfeit their return rights. - If the employee voluntarily returns to a different position in CONUS, return rights are automatically forfeited. - Any employee who leaves government service automatically forfeits their return rights.    REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION: Federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the hiring agency directly. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. A reasonable accommodation is any change to a job, the work environment, or the way things are usually done that enables an individual with a disability to apply for a job, perform job duties or receive equal access to job benefits. Under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodations when: ◦An applicant with a disability needs an accommodation to have an equal opportunity to apply for a job. ◦An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to perform the essential job duties or to gain access to the workplace. ◦An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to receive equal access to benefits, such as details, training, and office-sponsored events. You can request a reasonable accommodation at any time during the application or hiring process or while on the job. Requests are considered on a case-by-case basis.   EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: The U.S. Army Medical Command does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps 29 Greenleaf Terrace, Stafford, VA 22556, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
NURSE (CLINICAL/EMERGENCY):   Serves as a clinical nurse in a Regional Level III Trauma Emergency Department providing the full range of professional nursing care and treatment to a wide variety of patients arriving in critical condition as a result of motor vehicle accidents, gunshot wounds, suicide attempts, cardiac arrest, respiratory distress, drug overdose, etc. Provides an advanced level of emergency nursing trauma care. Provides continuous observation and monitoring and must intervene to prevent complications to restore hemodynamic stability. Works on a relief basis as a Charge Nurse or on Fast Track side of Emergency Department. Provides initial and follow-up patient triage. 1. Assists the physician in the performance of Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) and other specialized procedures to include insertion of chest drainage tubes, emergency thoracotomies, cricothyrotomies, gastric lavage, suturing lacerations, etc. Independently recognizes life threatening situations and acts to correct these per protocols. Administers oxygen, intravenous fluids, blood transfusions and all types of medications during emergent events to include intravenous, intraosseous, subcutaneous, intramuscular, oral and rectal routes. Operates specialized medical equipment such as defibrillators, electrocardiographs, oxygen apparatus, intravenous pumps, and rapid intravenous infus   2. Independently instructs and demonstrates to patient/family/significant others how to provide self-care to include wound care, changing dressings, care of catheters. Instructs patient in self-medication of prescribed pharmaceutical agents. Reinforces physician instructions and encourages patient in maintenance of health and self-care. 3. As a Charge Nurse in the Emergency Department, performs a variety of administrative duties as an extension of and in support of the Clinical Nurse Officer In Charge (CNOIC). Makes nursing care assignments to various skill levels of professional and ancillary health care personnel. Assigns staff to patient care duties based on patient condition/status, expertise and scope of practice. Monitors and oversees staff performance to ensure that work is accomplished in an acceptable and timely manner. Ensures that staff document legibly, accurately and completely within the patient record. Ensures that appropriate patient responses to medical/surgical emergencies are documented. 4. Performs the following duties as a covering nurse in the ambulatory environment. Plans, oversees and facilitates nursing triage within the ambulatory care arena. Screens patient records to assess patient history and identify health related conditions and/or medications that may impact the patient health status. Screens patient laboratory data to ascertain abnormal results and notify the physician as appropriate. Ensures that authorization for procedure has been properly completed.   ABOUT THE POSITION:   Must be able to satisfy the requirements of the 26JUL12 DODI 1400.25 V1230, DoD Civilian Personnel Management System: Employment in Foreign Areas and Employee Return Rights. Visit http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/140025v1230.pdf.   CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:     RETURN RIGHTS: - Return rights are granted to civilian employees hired from stateside DoD activities to overseas positions per 10 U.S. Code § 1586 - Rotation of career-conditional and career employees assigned to duty outside the United States - Apply only to current employees recruited from non-foreign areas for employment outside of CONUS - Employees have return rights to their original position for five years and must exercise those return rights unless forfeited or formally extended. - Employees lose return rights when taking a new position outside of DOD or non-appropriated funds positions. - When an employee exercises their return rights they will be placed in the position they held prior to their assignment outside of the United States. - If the employee voluntarily stays overseas for longer than five years, they will forfeit their return rights. - If the employee voluntarily returns to a different position in CONUS, return rights are automatically forfeited. - Any employee who leaves government service automatically forfeits their return rights.    REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION: Federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the hiring agency directly. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. A reasonable accommodation is any change to a job, the work environment, or the way things are usually done that enables an individual with a disability to apply for a job, perform job duties or receive equal access to job benefits. Under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodations when: ◦An applicant with a disability needs an accommodation to have an equal opportunity to apply for a job. ◦An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to perform the essential job duties or to gain access to the workplace. ◦An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to receive equal access to benefits, such as details, training, and office-sponsored events. You can request a reasonable accommodation at any time during the application or hiring process or while on the job. Requests are considered on a case-by-case basis.   EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: The U.S. Army Medical Command does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps 29 Greenleaf Terrace, Stafford, VA 22556, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
NURSE (CLINICAL/OB-GYN EF - Lactation Consultant):   The position serves as the primary lactation resource at the Health Readiness Platform (Military Treatment Facility) and provides continuing, direct and comprehensive mother/baby nursing care, preventive and therapeutic health care service for a specialized group of patients requiring advanced care services related to lactation and who is tasked to provide the overall coordination, planning and management of patient, family and staff lactation education throughout the Hospital. The position plans, designs and executes the lactation education initiatives for mother/baby patients and their families. The position coordinates/conducts in-service education programs for other health care professionals related to the management and education on breastfeeding. MAJOR DUTIES 1. Serves as the consultant nurse for the Maternal-Child Health Service regarding breastfeeding issues. Establishes and maintains a regular follow-up system of continuing care for mothers and their infants first seen in the hospital. Provides expanded primary comprehensive and therapeutic health care services to mother/baby patients that combines the services of the Nurse Practitioner and the physician within mutually established medical guidelines. Identifies and manages own caseload of mother/baby patients. Performs routine health assessments for patients. 2. Actively promotes breastfeeding and assists mothers in reaching their own goals for breastfeeding. Develops and implements standards of care and guidelines for assisting breastfeeding mothers in all areas of the organization. Supports programs already in place (i.e. New Mothers Support Group, breastfeeding classes, etc.). Organizes and manages information and posters for activities to promote breastfeeding. Plans, oversees and coordinates patient, family, and staff breastfeeding education activities in coordination with other clinical staff. Provides and/or coordinates didactic education to all patients who require breastfeeding information in accordance with current scientific evidence and national standards of care.   3. Plans, oversees and coordinates annual and as needed education and development activities for clinical personnel. Reviews care routines, policies, procedures and/or other aspects of the mother-baby hospital experience with involved clinical staff. Responsible for coordinating staff competency activities and documentation of activities in staff education folders. Oversees the activities of military and civilian staff who provide breastfeeding support to antepartum, intrapartum and postpartum patients who require breastfeeding support throughout the facil   4. Serves as a liaison/resource nurse and/or case manager. Offers case conferences that highlight particular needs of lactating mothers and their breastfeeding infants. Coordinates patient care services between clinic providers, specialists, pharmacy, and other ancillary services. Coordinates patient referral to support services provided through the Hospital, TRICARE network, and the community. Assists and provides support to patients as necessary in obtaining services.   5. Participates in Quality Improvement, Total Quality Management and research processes which result in the improvement of clinical interventions. Identifies problems, designs projects, collects data, analyzes data, and tracks workload and processes results. Applies generated information to nursing practice with the goal of improving utilization and clinical outcomes. Conducts annual audits to determine breastfeeding initiation and continuation rates and the effects of change in hospital protocols.   ABOUT THE POSITION:   Must be able to satisfy the requirements of the 26JUL12 DODI 1400.25 V1230, DoD Civilian Personnel Management System: Employment in Foreign Areas and Employee Return Rights. Visit http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/140025v1230.pdf.   CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:     RETURN RIGHTS: - Return rights are granted to civilian employees hired from stateside DoD activities to overseas positions per 10 U.S. Code § 1586 - Rotation of career-conditional and career employees assigned to duty outside the United States - Apply only to current employees recruited from non-foreign areas for employment outside of CONUS - Employees have return rights to their original position for five years and must exercise those return rights unless forfeited or formally extended. - Employees lose return rights when taking a new position outside of DOD or non-appropriated funds positions. - When an employee exercises their return rights they will be placed in the position they held prior to their assignment outside of the United States. - If the employee voluntarily stays overseas for longer than five years, they will forfeit their return rights. - If the employee voluntarily returns to a different position in CONUS, return rights are automatically forfeited. - Any employee who leaves government service automatically forfeits their return rights.    REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION: Federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the hiring agency directly. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. A reasonable accommodation is any change to a job, the work environment, or the way things are usually done that enables an individual with a disability to apply for a job, perform job duties or receive equal access to job benefits. Under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodations when: ◦An applicant with a disability needs an accommodation to have an equal opportunity to apply for a job. ◦An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to perform the essential job duties or to gain access to the workplace. ◦An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to receive equal access to benefits, such as details, training, and office-sponsored events. You can request a reasonable accommodation at any time during the application or hiring process or while on the job. Requests are considered on a case-by-case basis.   EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: The U.S. Army Medical Command does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.
Us Army Medicine Civilian Corps West Point, NY, USA
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Nurse (Clinical/Perioperative): As a Nurse (Clinical/Perioperative) you will:   - Function in the role of circulating nurse for surgical procedures. - Provide direct nursing care of a specialized nature to patients undergoing surgery including the newest and most complex, state-of-the-art procedures in surgical specialties including Obstetrics/Gynecology, Orthopedics, General Surgery, Podiatry, Opthalmology, Oral, Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT), and Urology. - Collaborate with surgeons in one or more surgical services to assess, coordinate, plan and implement the newest approaches and practices in order to deliver efficient, cost effective surgical care for the beneficiary population. - Provide direction and training to Nursing Assistants, Surgical Technologists, Licensed Practical Nurses, Registered Nurses, professional and paraprofessional nursing students in simple to complex, state-of-the-art surgical procedures. - Coordinate with physicians and other staff preoperatively to develop a multi-disciplinary, intraoperative plan of care.