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Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise, Idaho is seeking a Certified Anesthesia Technician to join our Surgical Services team.   Position Summary Under supervision of a licensed provider, the Certified Anesthesia Technician assists with routine to complex procedures before, during, and after anesthesia procedures.   Responsibilities - Under supervision, assists anesthesia providers by setting-up equipment and preparing medications. - Assists the licensed provider with patient assessments, evaluations, transport, positioning, insertion of intravenous and other invasive lines and airway management. - Assists the licensed provider in clinical settings such as the operating room (OR), obstetrics suite (OB), interventional and or diagnostic radiology, Post anesthesia care unit (PACU). - Assists in direct patient care under supervision in routine & emergency situations. - Acts as a resource and collaborates with other resources and departments by providing technical guidance and instruction as appropriate. - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent - Experience: 2 years’s clinical experience - Licenses/Certifications: - American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification - Must have current certification in one or more of the following areas: - Certified Anesthesia Technician (CerAT) - National Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) licensure in the State of Practice - Current recognized National Certification as a Medical Assistant
Work Unit
Surgical Services Boise Hospital Grnd Flr
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
EVENING
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80894
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise, Idaho is seeking an Anesthesia Associate to join our Surgical Services team.   Position Summary Under direct supervision of a licensed provider, the Anesthesia Associate will perform assigned technical and supportive patient care tasks.   Responsibilities - Perform routine and delegated tasks within the scope of practice of the position. - Maintain supplies, equipment, instruments, and medications. Prepare carts and machines prior to start of cases. - Assess and identify compromises in sterility of supplies and equipment. - Assist Anesthesia personnel with the transport of patients. - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: High School Diploma or equivalent - Experience: 0 years’s - Licenses/Certifications: American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification
Work Unit
Surgical Services Boise Hospital Grnd Flr
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
VARIABLE
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80893
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Meridian, Idaho
St. Luke’s Health System in Meridian is seeking a Social Worker to join our Hospice team.   St. Luke’s Health Systemis Idaho’s largest employer and most awarded health system, with a medical staff of over 1,800 physicians and advanced practice providers. Made up of eight hospitals around central and southern Idaho, we are proud to be the only locally owned and operated, physician-led, not-for-profit health system in the state. St. Luke’s has been awarded as one of the Top 15 Health Systems in the country by Merative for nine consecutive years. We are committed to providing high quality patient care and positively impacting the lives of those in our community. St. Luke’s enjoys an outstanding reputation as both a quality employer and a superior healthcare organization.    This role will be working admissions, Inpatient Hospice, and crisis intervention.   Responsibilities - Completes psychosocial assessments and plans of care for identified patient populations. - Identify and provide interventions and goals as indicated by the plan of care. - Provides crisis intervention services to patients, families, and staff. - Provides consultation to physicians, healthcare professionals, or community partners in understanding psychiatric, behavioral, social, emotional, and cultural factors related to plan of care for the patient. - Consults with staff regarding clinical situations; assists inter-disciplinary team in dealing with complex, high-risk or difficult psychosocial situations. - Serves as a member of a multi-disciplinary team and is a liaison with community resources. - Provides community resource information and referrals. - May provide individual, group, or family therapy. - May provide supervision, leadership, coaching, and/or mentoring to other clinical staff including co-signature of documentation. May provide counter signature of other's clinical practice. - If state certified, may provide clinical oversight to staff towards advanced licensure. - May participate in Third Party billing. - Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: Masters degree. - Experience: 0 years' experience. - Licenses/Certifications: Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) or Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in states of practice
Work Unit
Hospice HCH Mobile Units TV
Category (Portal Searching)
Social Services
Work Type
Part Time 2 (.4 to .69)
Work Schedule
VARIABLE
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80882
Default: Location : Location
US-Meridian, Idaho
Default: Location : City Meridian
St. Luke’s Health System in Meridian, ID is seeking a Manager 1 Practice to join our Neurology team.   Unit/Position Summary: Manages a site, provider or clinic in a manner that ensures patient care is delivered in a safe, timely and patient-centered manner. Focuses on implementation of operational plans that lead to achievement of strategic initiatives. Oversees the daily operations of a smaller clinic(s) and staff.   Typically responsible for 3+ providers; 5+ FTE’s and 1+ clinics in a 30 mile radius.   Responsibilities - Monitors practice activities to ensure compliance with all applicable governmental regulations and practice standards. - Leads the identification and implementation of short and long-term goals for the practice, and ensures their achievement. - Manages staff, handles operational issues, resolves client issues, and administers the budget. - Establishes work procedures and standards to improve efficiency and effectiveness in an office. - May require cross functional knowledge in management, accounting, human resources, law, ethics, economics, strategic planning, and information systems. - Communicates accurate and pertinent information with providers and staff to facilitate effective and efficient patient care. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications   - Education: Bachelor's degree. - Experience: 0 years' experience. - Licenses/Certifications: None.  
Work Unit
Neurology Portico West
Category (Portal Searching)
Professional
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80826
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Meridian
Default: Location : City Meridian
St. Luke's is seeking an Payroll Shared Services Specialist in Meridian!   Do you have payroll experience in an automated workflow environment? Experience with commercial ERP systems?   The Shared Services Specialist is responsible for providing support in the function areas of payroll, benefits and related areas. Ensures adherence to company policies, procedures, and related government regulations.   We are looking for people who are flexible with any scenario and who see change as an opportunity!   Key Skills for his job: - Essential Functions – Review hours and pay data and detect and reconcile payroll discrepancies. Process and post payroll to issue employee paychecks and ACH payments. Process miscellaneous payments related to missed time or retroactive increases. Complete verification of employment forms as requested by third parties. Correspond via email and telephone with employees regarding payroll issues. Meet daily and weekly time-sensitive deadlines. Willingness to accept and complete other projects as assigned. This is a great team who is looking for someone who wants to enjoy what they do and have fun with the people they work with!   This is a FULL TIME, Monday through Friday role that is eligible for our full benefits package:  - Health, dental and vision benefits  - Retirement plans with employer match  - Paid time off, Sick Leave  - Life insurance  - Tuition Reimbursement  - And so much more!   Responsibilities - Under limited supervision, performs professional level support activities in one or more functional areas of human resources. Uses established procedures to perform assigned tasks. - Researches and consolidates information required for analysis of accounting/finance operations. Prepares reports in conformance with legal requirements or organization needs. - May serve as a resource to others in the resolution of complex problems and issues. - Prepares special projects as assigned. Assists in the development and implementation of accounting/finance policies and procedures. - May act as backup to one or more processes outside of area of expertise.\ - Performs special analysis, reconciles designated accounts, etc. within assigned functional areas. - Analyzes and interprets company policies, procedures and state and federal regulations affecting the assigned functional area. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent. - Experience: 2 years’s of general experience in the functional area or related experience. - Licenses/Certifications: None
Work Unit
Payroll System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Admin/Clerical/Customer Support
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80822
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Meridian
Default: Location : City Meridian
St. Luke’s Health System is seeking a Finance Analyst 3 to join our team.   Unit/Position Summary Under limited supervision, the Finance Analyst 3, develops, interprets and implements highly complex financial/accounting concepts and advanced techniques for financial planning and control.   Responsibilities - Coordinates with all levels of management to gather, analyze, summarize and prepare recommendations regarding financial plans, trended future requirements, operating forecasts and similar complex financial matters. - Provides expert advisory capability and interpretation on all levels of financial activity. - Acts as a consultant to management on financial policy, procedure and applications. - Performs all but the most complex assignments independently. - Performs difficult and complex work requiring independent judgment and practical application of advanced financial theory. - Collects, organizes, analyzes and presents data for purposes of evaluation and decision making. - Provides functional and technical direction to other staff members. - Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: Bachelors degree - Experience: 5 years relevant experience - Licenses/Certifications: None  
Work Unit
Financial Planning System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Professional
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80821
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Meridian
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System is seeking a Charge Capture Specialist 2 to join our team.   Must be located in Idaho or Oregon.   Unit/Position Summary Under limited supervision, the Charge Capture Specialist 2, is responsible for ensuring that all appropriate charges are captured to maximize revenue.   - Hospital Outpatient Surgical CPT Coding; Procedural CPT Coding experience preferred. - Revenue Integrity and Charging functions including reviewing documentation for potential missed charges, reviewing documentation for appropriateness of charges, manually creating charges, and understanding of overall gross revenue accountability. - Use your Coder certifications to continue improving your coding skillsets and advance years of experience in the Procedural Coding field! -Front and back-end Revenue Cycle functions - Clearly and appropriately communicate charging concerns, needs, and account-level resolutions with external teams including Surgical Services department leaders and other Revenue Cycle departments. - Epic EMR and Workqueue experience preferred - Previous Remote work experience preferred - Flexible schedule:  Monday-Friday (weekdays), early login available, easily adjust for appointments, family schedules, etc. - Work with a team that exemplifies high integrity, compassion and a collaborative culture!     Responsibilities - Identifies, analyze and reconciles billing errors or omissions by reviewing documentation and educate staff on proper charting techniques to reduce errors. - Identifies discrepancies in documentation and reports findings to manager. - Collects health information about services provided including demographic data, appropriate length of stay, third-party payer and continued stay reviews, and other related data concerning patients. - Assigns codes for straightforward/complex recurring accounts by interpreting clinical data for reimbursement, planning, management, and statistical planning. - Supports all providers in diagnosis coding as well as support billing with CPT and Diagnosis coding questions. - Collaborates with department managers, directors and/or other designated contacts to continually improve and maintain the efficiency and accuracy of the overall charging process. - Maintains the accuracy of charge capture documents and systems, including updating charge capture tools. - Communicates with leadership, physicians or clinicians concerning diagnoses and procedures when questions arise. - Analyzes and interprets company policies, procedures and state and federal regulations related to charge capture. - Solves complex problems and seeks guidance for highly complex problems. May lead project teams. May serve as a resource to others in the resolution of complex problems and issues. - Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: High School Diploma or equivalent. - Experience: 6 months experience in the field or related area. - Licenses/Certifications: Must have at least one of the following credentials: RHIA (Registered Health Information Administrator), RHIT (Registered Health Information Technician), CCA (Certified Coding Associate), CPC-A (Certified Professional Coder - Apprentice), or any American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) coding credential, or any American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) coding credential.
Work Unit
Charge Capture System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Revenue Cycle / Health Information Management
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80819
Default: Location : Location
US-Remote
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise is seeking a Pharmacy Buyer 1 to join our Pharmacy Purchasing team in support of our Specialty Pharmacy.   Responsibilities - Review purchase orders for contract compliance/pricing optimization and execute orders through wholesaler/distributor and direct channels to ensure timely delivery and shipment. - Assist with completing required procurement forms of distributors and manufacturers, coordinating approval with leadership. - Review contracts for adherence with purchasing requirements as applicable. - Establish and maintain positive internal and external customer relationships, ensuring policies and procedures are followed. - Assist with the management of backorders and discontinued products, leading meetings as appropriate. - Verify and process invoices and resolve discrepancies received from Accounts Payable and all vendors. - Distribute pharmaceuticals and medical devices to proper clinic locations under proper storage conditions. - Prepare necessary documentation to initiate processing the invoices and inter-departmental transfers when required. - Facilitate recalls and monitor critical recall alerts. - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Bachelor's Degree OR 4 years of experience in purchasing or pharmacy in lieu of Bachelor's Degree - Pharmacy buying preferred  
Work Unit
Pharmacy Administration System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Pharmacy
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80813
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke's Health System is seeking a Coding Qualiting Specialist to join our team.   Under limited supervision, the Coding Qualiting Specialist is responsible for reviewing applicable documentation and assigning appropriate procedure and diagnosis codes.   Must be located in Idaho or Oregon.   Do you enjoy complex coding cases?   Exciting highlights of this role! - Be our team expert for coding questions, complex cases, and coding denials - Advise on coding guidelines and documentation requirements - Create and deliver coding education to team, and support new specialist onboarding - Auditing skill development - Support a skilled and compassionate team! - Network with healthcare professionals! - Begin your career for a growing organization that values its employees - Remote work and flexible schedule opportunities! We are looking for people who are flexible with any scenario and who see change as an opportunity!   This is a FULL TIME position that is eligible for our full benefits package: - Health, dental, and vision benefits - Retirement plans with employer match - Paid time off, Sick leave - Life insurance - And so much more! Responsibilities - Demonstrates advanced competency with coding and review of medical record documentation to accurately assign codes based on state and federal regulations and company policies. - Reviews reimbursement denials from third party carriers associated with inappropriate diagnosis or procedure coding. - Responds promptly to questions from coders and utilizes various reports for the analysis and identification of patterns or trends when investigating issues. - Analyzes and reviews documentation for appropriateness and completeness to ensure documentation supports the level or type of services billed and documentation is in compliance with all guidelines and regulations. - Apply advanced coding knowledge to problem solve unique or new cases resulting in the assignment and sequencing of diagnosis and procedure codes. - Communicates with department management regarding complex coding issues, auditing issues, and current coding regulations. - Collaborates with department leadership to continually improve and maintain the efficiency and accuracy of the overall coding process. - Interprets federal and state regulations related to coding and integrates applicable regulations into current processes. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.   Qualifications - Education: Associates degree in Health Information Management, 2 years in lieu of degree. - Experience: 5 years relevant experience. - Licenses/Certifications: Must have at least one of the following credentials: RHIA (Registered Health Information Administrator), RHIT (Registered Health Information Technician), CCS (Certified Coding Specialist), CPC (Certified Professional Coder), COC (Certified Outpatient Coder), CIC (Certified Inpatient Coder), CRC (Certified Risk Adjustment Coder), CAISS (Certified Abbreviated Injury Scale Specialist), CSTR (Certified Specialist in Trauma Registries).
Work Unit
CDI and Inpatient Coding System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Revenue Cycle / Health Information Management
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80808
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise is seeking a part-time Clinical Oncology Pharmacist - Oral Chemo to join our Specialty Oncology Pharmacy team.   Our oncology pharmacists work closely with other healthcare professionals in a team setting to optimize patient experience and outcomes.   This part-time pharmacist will have the opportunity to cross-cover oncology infusion pharmacy sites.   Hours of operation: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.   Benefits include: - Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance - Air St. Luke’s Life Flight - Certification pay - Support for local and national conference attendance - Tuition Reimbursement - Retirement plans - Paid Time Off - Extended Sick Leave - Annual compensation reviews and increases - And more! Responsibilities - Manage all aspects of a medically integrated oncology specialty pharmacy from first receiving the prescription, to dispensing, counseling, and long-term follow-up for patients - Provide counseling to patient on oncology specialty medications including all aspects of high-level oncology care from administration, handling, side effects, and drug interactions - Recommend dose modifications or changes to treatment to oncologists based on patient’s specific factors such as drug interactions, hepatic/renal function or other applicable reasons - Prescribe supportive care medications, update prescriptions with dose changes, and order accompanying labs/tests through an inclusive oncology collaborative practice agreement - Precept and aid in the development and growth of residents of an ASHP accredited PGY 2 oncology residency program Qualifications - Degree from an accredited pharmacy program - Valid Idaho Pharmacist License - Preferred experience includes PGY2 Oncology or similar experience
Work Unit
Specialty Pharmacy Boise Hospital
Category (Portal Searching)
Pharmacy
Work Type
Part Time 2 (.4 to .69)
Work Schedule
VARIABLE
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80742
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Ketchum
St. Luke’s Health System in Wood River is seeking a Room Services Specialist 2 to join our team.   Unit/Position Summary  The Room Services Specialist 2, under general supervision, receives and processes patients food orders throughout the system.
Work Unit
Food and Nutrition Wood River Hospital Flr 1
Category (Portal Searching)
Service/Trade
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
VARIABLE
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80731
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Ketchum
Default: Location : City Boise
Pharmacy Distribution Operations Analyst   St. Luke’s Health System in Boise is seeking a Distribution Operations Analyst to join our Pharmacy Consolidated Services Center (CSC) team.   Summary The Distribution Operations Analyst assists Consolidated Service Center leadership to establish, define and improve metrics. This role develops models to measure and drive efficiency and creates tools, including pricing analysis, that enable the distribution teams to drive continuous improvement across the organization.    This analyst will manage contract data for internal St. Luke’s reporting and eligible external partners; and utilize available technical tools to maintain and update reports as required.   Responsibilities - Responsible for coordinating, improving, and providing contracted data to maintain contracted agreements with suppliers and business partners as required. Coordinates with suppliers and leadership to facilitate data contracts - Provides analytical and strategic support to the CSC team. Focuses on Distribution Center operations and partners with cross-functional teams for end-to-end optimization - Develops and improves dashboards that enable the Distribution Center teams to run their daily, monthly, and quarterly operations - Identifies and provides reporting that enables process improvement; develops tools and reporting that alert the teams to processes trending out of variance - Models costs and operational tradeoffs for varying scenario planning; defines KPIs (key performance indicators) to measure end-to-end health of CSC operations - Analyzes tables in supply chain, distribution and warehousing systems to establish knowledge of data for accurate retrieval and use in report writing - Maintains supplier facing master updates, item master maintenance, contract information updates, pricing updates, managing contract content for all operations within supply chain - Supports and maintains data and implementation of supply chain risk software. Performs data quality checks to ensure accuracy and completeness of data - Utilizes available tools such as SQL, Microsoft Access, and other reporting tools to provide reports for management and internal operations as needed. Maintains and updates these reports and presents data in a way that meaningful and readily accessible - Educates requestors as to appropriate and desirable parameters to ensure they get the information they need. Collaborates with external and internal customers to gather report requirements and ensure proper testing and validation - Provides support on standardized and ad hoc reports. Manages data analytic ad hoc requests with internal and external stakeholders - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned Requirements - Bachelors degree (or four years’ experience in lieu of degree) - Four (4) years relevant experience - Pharmacy experience preferred - 340b experience preferred
Work Unit
Pharmacy Administration System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Professional
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80600
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System is seeking a Program Manager to join our team.   Must be located in Idaho or Oregon!   Unit/Position Summary The Revenue Cycle Program Manager will support assigned projects and/or government payer relations, managing the strategy, project plan, and deliverables for successful project completion.   Responsibilities - Plans and implements extremely complex projects/programs across the health system/revenue cycle areas where analysis requires evaluation of intangible variance factors. - Ensures strategic direction of project/programs is in line and designs strategies for alignment with both health system and revenue cycle department goals and objectives; acts as the liaison/coordinator of government payer initiatives and projects. - Consults and makes recommendations to senior management and clinical departments on significant revenue cycle and/or government payer issues. - Broad knowledge of revenue cycle functions and/or policies and procedures, as well as government payer regulations. - Ability to interact with all levels up to/including senior management and physicians, and influence decision-making. - Proven ability to determine key revenue cycle/regulatory issues, develop effective action plans and implement to successful conclusion. - Ability to operate at a strategic business level and fully incorporate revenue cycle strategies within all projects/programs. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.   Qualifications - Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or related field required or 4 years equivalent experience in lieu of Bachelor’s Degree. - Experience: 3 years Program Management, Finance, Accounting or Revenue Cycle experience. - Licenses/Certifications: None
Work Unit
Charge Capture System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Revenue Cycle / Health Information Management
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80599
Default: Location : Location
US-Remote
Default: Location : City McCall
***SIGN ON BONUS ELIGIBLE***   St. Luke’s Health System in Meridian is seeking a Certified Nursing Assistant or Nurse Apprentice to join our Home Health/Hospice team.   Unit/Position Summary   Full Time - 1.0 Monday - Friday 830-1700 Responsibilities - Provide and document direct and individualized nursing care to patients based on the application of scientific nursing principles. - Perform medical procedures within scope. - Assists physicians and performs healthcare services to patients in hospitals, private homes, clinics, and other healthcare facilities. - Identifies and reports patient care needs through data collection, planning, intervention and evaluation. - Identifies patient need for education and provides approved hospital education materials. - May complete or assist in the completion of the employee evaluation process, counsel employees and/or recommend initial discipline and other personnel decisions. - Performs difficult and complex work. Provides functional and technical direction to other staff members. - Resolves problems using advanced knowledge of procedures and policies. - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: Graduation from a Licensed Practical Nursing program - Experience: 2 years' experience - Licenses/Certifications: Current Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) licensure in the State of Practice and Current Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Certified through American Heart Association or American Red Cross    
Work Unit
Hospice HCH Mobile Units MC
Category (Portal Searching)
Nursing - C.N.A/CMA/LPN
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80595
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Ketchum
St. Luke’s Health System in Ketchum, ID is seeking a Program Coordinator to support the St. Luke's housing program within our Real Estate team.   Unit/Position Summary: The Housing Program Coordinator will support the St. Luke’s  housing program within the Wood River Valley, working independently and collaborating on program development, coordination, implementation and ongoing property management within the St. Luke’s housing program.   Responsibilities - Coordinates and implements housing policies and programs in support of employees and contractors. - Collaborates within the Real Estate team and other departments to establish housing initiatives manage  housing inventory needs,  and manage property management needs. - Collaborates and implements placement, scheduling, property tours and inspections. - Responsible for execution of timely and efficient project management plan for housing inventory, turnover, maintenance, and need projections, including preparation of department timelines and continuous process improvement. - Collects, organizes, and analyzes program data. Develops and produces management reports. Uses technology and computer software tools for housing program delivery and communication. - Assists leadership with assessing organizational risks and researching housing opportunities. - Implements strategies to evaluate program outcomes and effectiveness. - Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: Bachelors degree or experience in lieu of degree - Experience: 2 years relevant experience - Licenses/Certifications: None  
Work Unit
Real Estate Services System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Professional
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80530
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Ketchum
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise, ID is seeking a Program Manager to support St. Luke's Housing within our Real Estate team.   Unit/Position Summary The Program Manager will support St. Luke’s employee and contractor housing initiatives, including managing the housing property portfolio and administering the program. The Program Manager will work with employees, philanthropic partners, and community partners to build and administer St. Luke’s  Housing Program.    Responsibilities - Oversees housing portfolio, including lease management, financial structure, and employee housing needs assessments. - Manages processes for communicating housing opportunities and selecting housing candidates. - Plans and implements complex projects/programs across the health system. - Ensures strategic direction of project/programs is in line and designs strategies for alignment with both health system and  department goals and objectives. - Interacts with, consults and makes recommendations to senior & executive management on significant housing and real estate issues, with the ability to articulate complex financial, real estate, and strategic concepts to executives and influence change when needed. - Exhibits broad knowledge of  housing, financing for housing, and real estate functions and/or policies and procedures, as well as government regulations. - Analyzes and assess complex financial challenges and self-manages to resolution with little direction. - Determines key issues, develops effective action plans and implements to successful conclusion. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: Bachelors degree or experience in lieu of degree - Experience: 3 years relevant experience - Licenses/Certifications: None  
Work Unit
Real Estate Services System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Professional
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80529
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Meridian, Idaho
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise, ID is seeking a Director Consolidated Service Center to join our Supply Chain team.   Unit/Position Summary The Director Consolidated Service Center (CSC) is responsible for developing the vision and strategic objectives for maximizing efficiency and customer satisfaction through innovative warehouse solutions. The Director of CSC will be responsible for directing the day-to-day activities of multiple teams and overseeing general operations of a complex distribution center offering multiple services.   Responsibilities The Director Consolidated Service Center (CSC) is responsible for developing the vision and strategic objectives for maximizing efficiency and customer satisfaction through innovative warehouse solutions. The Director of CSC will be responsible for directing the day-to-day activities of multiple teams and overseeing general operations of a complex distribution center offering multiple services.   - Responsible for all aspects of the distribution center, site safety and all operational aspects of the facility. Ensures all of the CSC shipping requirements are on time and accurate and that the site meets the overall operational goals, objectives and metric requirements of the organization. - Overall responsibility for the Distribution team, including inventory control, shipping, receiving, component fulfillment picking, finished goods picking, product verification and customer compliance. - Develops and implements policies and procedures in accordance with industry best practices, regulatory requirements, and company guidelines - Responsible for developing short-, mid- and long-term product roadmaps and visions, - Develops and maintains relationships with vendors, carriers, and other partners to support distribution operations. - Responsible for managing and motivating team members and team managers, ensuring that they have the necessary resources and support to perform their jobs effectively, and promoting a culture of continuous improvement and innovation within the distribution center. - Develops and implements training programs for distribution center staff to maintain and improve their skills and knowledge. - Responsible for developing and managing budgets, setting performance goals, and reporting to senior leadership on the performance of the distribution center. - Implements and enforces safety and security protocols for multiple distribution departments, ensuring proper handling and storage of medical supplies to minimize risks and maintain compliance with relevant regulations. - Addresses and resolves distribution related issues or concerns, liaising with clients, carriers, and internal departments as needed to ensure customer satisfaction and maintain positive business relationships. - Responsible for continually assessing the effectiveness of the order fulfillment process, systems, procedures and recommending improvements/enhancements as required. - Identifies opportunities for improvement, researching and studying industry trends on distribution best practices, including leading and managing the site’s continuous improvement processes. - Coordinates and oversees facility safety and OHSA requirements for the site. Maintains accurate records of safety inspections, incidents, and training sessions for future reference and regulatory compliance. - Responsible for full employment life cycle for staff to include hiring, termination, performance management, coaching, training, and mentoring to staff. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.   Qualifications - Education: Bachelor’s Degree required or 4 years equivalent experience in lieu of degree. - Experience: 8 years’ experience - Licenses/Certifications: None
Work Unit
Supply Chain Management System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Professional
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80513
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Meridian
Default: Location : City Twin Falls
St. Luke’s Health System in Twin Falls is seeking a Clinical Dietitian to join our team.   Responsibilities - Conducts nutrition care in accordance with the Nutrition Care Process while maintaining time guidelines according to hospital policy. - Identifies patient nutrition status and nutritional needs using established standards of care and practice guidelines. - Determines priorities for care through assessment, planning, intervention, and monitoring/evaluation. - Provides patient and staff education on Nutrition Care in an evidence-based manner using approved education materials. - Conduct nutrition focused physical examinations, diagnoses malnutrition, independently order nutrition-related feedings, diets, and medications within scope of practice, as defined by Medical Staff Services. Make referrals to others within and outside SLHS as necessary. - May lead and mentor others acting as first point of escalation. May participate in interview, training and onboarding process as needed. Participate in performance improvement initiatives as needed. - May assist Clinical Nutrition Manager with department operations and performance improvement initiatives. - Handles moderately complex issues using knowledge of procedures and policies. Refers more complex issues to higher-level staff. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned. - Obtains and maintains credentials, privileges, and competency for all applicable clinical areas, as administered by Medical Staff Services. - Actively participates in department-level care councils. Qualifications - Education: Bachelor's degree in Dietetics, Food and Nutrition, or related field - Licenses/Certifications: Current Registered or Licensed Dietitian in state of practice
Work Unit
Clinical Dietitians Oncology
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Part Time 3 (.7 to .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80482
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Twin Falls
Default: Location : City Meridian
St. Luke’s Health System is looking for Patient Access Specialists to join our Hospital team in Meridian as a Flex employee!   Patient Access Specialists are responsible to respond to patient, provider, and department/service area needs with a high emphasis on customer service and accuracy. This includes, but is not limited to, registration, scheduling, referral coordination, and general inquiries from patients, providers and the general public.   What does Flex mean?  What is a Variable Schedule?    Flex employees work between 8 to 32 hours per pay period (every two weeks).  Hours/schedules are made in advance according to the employees availability and the needs of the department.  The shifts and the hours will vary from week to week. The ideal candidate is available days, nights, weekends, and holidays.    Please note:  Flex roles are NOT eligible for Health, Dental, or Vision benefits.    Details for the Flex schedule:  - You have to be available to train full time for the first 4 to 6 weeks.  After that your schedule can vary from 8 to 40  hours per week.  - Flex positions are not benefits eligible  - Employees are given their schedules at least one pay period in advance.  This is not an "on call" scenario.    Responsibilities - Supports an exceptional experience through all customer interactions, ensuring professional, timely and accurate communication- both verbally and in writing. - Supports a perspective payment program by communicating organization policies, financial options, explaining insurance coverage/non-coverage. - Utilize a variety of technology, tools, and resources to support departmental workflows. - Performs one of the following workflows with attention to detail, accuracy and efficiency: - - Call front lining - - Patient Registration - - Scheduling Qualifications - Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent. - Experience: 0 years. - Licenses/Certifications: None
Work Unit
Patient Access Administration System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Admin/Clerical/Customer Support
Work Type
Flex
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80467
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Meridian
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise, Idaho is seeking a Speech Language Pathologist  (Flex/PRN) to join our Inpatient Elks Rehab team!   Schedule: 1-2 days per 2-week pay period.     Position Summary Speech Language Pathologist (SLPs) are health care professionals who evaluate and treat patients with speech, language, cognitive-communication and/or swallowing disorders or impairments in individuals or all ages, from infants to the elderly. Speech Language Pathologist Therapist performs all duties including technical skills in screening, evaluation, assessment, program planning, intervention and preventative care, at the full performance level.   Responsibilities Speech Language Pathologist (SLPs) are health care professionals who evaluate and treat patients with speech, language, cognitive-communication and/or swallowing disorders or impairments in individuals or all ages, from infants to the elderly. Speech Language Pathologist Therapist performs all duties including technical skills in screening, evaluation, assessment, program planning, intervention and preventative care, at the full performance level. - Perform initial and ongoing comprehensive evaluation including, but not limited to, collecting subjective and objective data, analysis of data, and creation of treatment plan. - Administers interventions consistent with treatment plan based on evidence based best practice, provider protocol and governing standards. - Follows policies and procedures in accordance with all regulatory agency requirements. - Document care based on standards of practice, patient acuity and/or clinical priorities. - Maintain professional relationships and convey relevant information to other members of the healthcare team within facility and any applicable referral agencies. - Maintain patient confidence and protects organization operations by keeping information confidential. - Independently manages the care of patients with conditions common to the unit/area of assignment. Exercises initiative and independent judgment. Manages caseload and maintains productivity standards for unit consistently. - Serve as clinical mentor, as appropriate. - Direct the work of aides and assistants, as appropriate. - Identifies opportunities for program improvement and seeks appropriate guidance for implementing change. - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: Degree from an accredited speech therapy program. - Experience: 0 years’ experience - Licenses/Certifications: Valid license or provisional permit to practice speech therapy in state of practice and Current CPR/first responder certification
Work Unit
Speech Therapy Elks Rehab Hospital Flr 2
Category (Portal Searching)
Therapists/Rehab
Work Type
Flex
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2023-80442
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise

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