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Default: Location : City Twin Falls
St. Luke’s Health System in Twin Falls, ID is seeking an HR Assistant to join our Employee Health team   Unit/Position Summary Under supervision, the Human Resources Assistant completes general clerical and administrative tasks in support of one or more of the areas within Human Resources Division.   Responsibilities - Works directly with all levels of employees and leaders across the organization, providing timely and quality customer service and responding to problems, questions, and issues/opportunities. - Reviews incoming forms for completeness and requests additional information as appropriate; prepares straight - forward documents, reports and correspondence. - Completes general human resources tasks such as verifying employment and benefit eligibility, assisting with new hire onboarding process, and setting up files/charts. - Completes general office tasks such as answering phones, performing data entry, distributing mail and faxes, ordering supplies, scheduling appointments and meetings, assisting with mailings, maintaining equipment and filing. - Maintains general office and/or HR manuals, procedures, and information as needed. - Maintains strict confidentiality in completion of job duties and relies on pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. - Applies knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures while understanding and ensuring regulatory compliance. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: High School Diploma or equivalent - Experience: 0 years experience - Licenses/Certifications: None   Preferred Qualifications: EPIC experience, healthcare experience
Work Unit
Human Resources Employee Health System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Human Resources
Work Type
Part Time 2 (.4 to .69)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83232
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Twin Falls
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise is seeking a Certified Nursing Assistant to join our Emergency Department team   Hours/Shift - FLEX - Night Shift - 0.3 FTE: 1X12 hour shifts per week - 24 Hours per 2-week pay period - Hours are 7p-7a (Start time and end time of shift may vary by 30 minutes)   - Part Time - Night shift - 0.6 FTE 2X12 hour shifts per week - 48 Hours per 2-week pay period - Hours are 7p-7a (Start time and end time of shift may vary by 30 minutes)   Benefits:  - Medical, Dental, Vision - Tuition Reimbursement - Scholarship opportunities - 403b -Retirement and more! Responsibilities - Performs various patient care activities and related nonprofessional services necessary in caring for the personal needs and comfort of patients. - Documents information in patient record. - Performs various direct patient care activities under direction of licensed patient care provider. - Communicates information with patient care providers and other nursing staff members to facilitate patient care. - Assists physicians and other nursing staff members with procedures as appropriate. - Performs tasks and procedures as ordered by the physician or licensed provider consistent with approved protocols, policies, and procedures. - Performs tasks that require a unique body of knowledge and skills for that area of service. - Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: None  - Experience: 6 months relevant experience - Licenses/Certifications: - Current CNA Certification in the State of Practice - Current Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Certified through American Heart Association or American Red Cross
Work Unit
Emergency Boise Hospital Flr 1
Category (Portal Searching)
Nursing - C.N.A/CMA/LPN
Work Type
Flex
Work Schedule
NIGHT
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83227
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise is seeking an MRI Technologist to join our team.   In our efforts to improve health in the communities we serve, St. Luke's is excited to offer innovative orthopedic patient care at our state-of-the-art Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine facility (COSM). COSM will bring together numerous complementary healthcare services, such as orthopedic walk-in care, a surgery center, physical therapy, pharmacy services, and many more. Patients will experience accessible and affordable orthopedic care unlike any other in the Treasure Valley. Our 230,000-square-foot facility will open to patients in February 2024.   To learn more, visit: https://www.stlukesonline.org/about-st-lukes/capital-projects/st-lukes-center-for-orthopedics-and-sports-medicine-project   Schedule: Full Time 3 12 hour shifts per week No on call required!    Benefits:  - Sign on bonus for external candidates! - Medical/Dental/Vision - Start the 1st of the month following your start date - Retirement plans (403b) - No vesting period! - Paid time off (Vacation, holidays and short term disability) - Long term disability - Life insurance - Air St. Luke's - Healthy U wellness plan - Tuition/Certification Reimbursement & Scholarships - Adoption Reimbursement - and many more....   Position Summary: Prepares and assists patients during MRI exams and testing. Operates MRI equipment for diagnostic purposes. Prepares and maintains MRI records.   Responsibilities - Collect key information from the patient, family, provider, and nurses that are specific to the exam being performed in order to assist the provider in the proper diagnosis. - Educate patient, family or provider as to the extent and detail of each procedure, may include informed consent as well as pre-and post-procedure instructions. - Ensure patient is properly dressed and screened before entering MRI safety zone 3. - Verify completeness and accuracy of MRI patient screening questionnaire. - May assist provider during invasive procedures. - Research and document patient’s medical history to assure that the patient is safe to be in the MRI environment. - Adhere to MRI safety zones (1-4) per policy. - Ensure the proper exam is being administered to the patient. Ensure proper patient positioning, coil selection and coil positioning. Consult provider as needed. - Maintain proper inventory levels of all supplies as required. - Perform daily equipment inspections. Participate in call rotation as needed. - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: High School Diploma or equivalent. - Experience: None - Licenses/Certifications: - American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). - OR American Registry of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists (ARMRIT) certification. - American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification.
Work Unit
Clinic Radiology Center for Orthopedics and Sport Medicine
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83223
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise is seeking a part time CST to join our Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine team.   Unit/Position Summary The Certified Surgical Technologist is responsible for identifying and securing instrumentation and equipment needed for invasive procedures and demonstrating proficient use and implementation of the same.   In our efforts to improve health in the communities we serve, St. Luke's is excited to offer innovative orthopedic patient care at our state-of-the-art Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine facility (COSM). COSM will bring together numerous complementary healthcare services, such as orthopedic walk-in care, a surgery center, physical therapy, pharmacy services, and many more. Patients will experience accessible and affordable orthopedic care unlike any other in the Treasure Valley. Our 230,000-square-foot facility will open to patients in February 2024.   Responsibilities The Certified Surgical Technologist is responsible for identifying and securing instrumentation and equipment needed for invasive procedures and demonstrating proficient use and implementation of the same. - Performs pre-operative procedures such as selection and placement of surgical instruments, supplies, and equipment. - Assists surgeon and designated assistants in invasive procedures, passing instruments and supplies and anticipating the needs of the surgical team. - During the surgical procedure provides instruments, sutures, and other sterile supplies. - Helps prepare, care for, and dispose of specimens taken for laboratory analysis and helps apply dressings. - Applies basic knowledge of anatomy & physiology, medical terminology and microbiology. - Applies knowledge related to emergency situations and surgical procedures in the operating room. - May develop, organize and deliver continuing education topics and/or training (in -services). - May assist in precept of students and new staff. - Maintains a safe work environment. - Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.   Qualifications - Education: High school diploma or equivalent - Experience: 0 years experience - Licenses/Certifications: Certified as a Surgical Technologist (CST) by National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA) OR Tech in Surgery - Certified (CST-NCCT) by National Center Competency Testing (NCCT) AND Current Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Certified through American Heart Association or American Red Cross
Work Unit
Surgery Center Center for Orthopedics and Sport Medicine
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Part Time 2 (.4 to .69)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83183
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Nampa
St. Luke’s Health System in Nampa in Idaho's Treasure Valley is seeking a Genetic Counselor to join our Maternal Fetal Medicine/Prenatal team.   Position Summary St. Luke’s Health System has an exciting opportunity for a Genetic Counselor to join our Maternal Fetal Medicine team in beautiful Treasure Valley, Idaho!    The Genetic Counselor is responsible for researching, collecting information, and counseling families with genetic or fetal abnormalities. The Genetic Counselor will work with those who may be at risk for inherited disease or an abnormal pregnancy outcome.    This position will work in primarily in our Nampa clinic with some time in the Boise clinic, as well as conduct telehealth appointments with patients from our Magic Valley clinic.    Hours are Monday-Friday business hours.   Benefits include medical/dental/vision insurance, PTO/ESL, tuition reimbursement, extensive well-being program, and signing/relocation bonus!   Responsibilities - Provides specialty consultation to healthcare staff, including physicians and other primary care providers. Serve as resource to physicians, hospital staff, and parents - Discusses prognosis and management options; explain disease signs and symptoms, probability of recurrence, prognosis, diagnostic methods and procedures, alternate courses of action and available options - Coordinates patient care with social services, clergy, healthcare providers and other resources based upon evaluation of individual patient needs - Compiles complete family history, obtain and review medical records, assess risk of genetic disease and provide grief and crisis counseling to individuals and/or families - Participates in partnerships, projects and strategic planning involving genetics across the Health System. Serves as resource to physicians, hospital staff, and parents - Documents care provided in the medical record - Provides community outreach, education, public policy advocacy and philanthropy for areas that genetics is involved in - Provides follow-up patient care - May perform duties to assure compliance with COC requirements - Other duties and responsibilities as assigned Qualifications - Master's Degree from an accredited Genetic Counseling Program - Certified or Board eligible, licensure from the state of practice, or provisional license before hire date - Prenatal or Maternal Fetal Medicine experience preferred
Work Unit
Maternal Fetal Medicine Boise
Category (Portal Searching)
Professional
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83181
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Nampa
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise is seeking a CST to join our Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine team.   Unit/Position Summary The Certified Surgical Technologist is responsible for identifying and securing instrumentation and equipment needed for invasive procedures and demonstrating proficient use and implementation of the same.   In our efforts to improve health in the communities we serve, St. Luke's is excited to offer innovative orthopedic patient care at our state-of-the-art Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine facility (COSM). COSM will bring together numerous complementary healthcare services, such as orthopedic walk-in care, a surgery center, physical therapy, pharmacy services, and many more. Patients will experience accessible and affordable orthopedic care unlike any other in the Treasure Valley. Our 230,000-square-foot facility will open to patients in February 2024.   Responsibilities - Performs pre-operative procedures such as selection and placement of surgical instruments, supplies, and equipment. - Assists surgeon and designated assistants in invasive procedures, passing instruments and supplies and anticipating the needs of the surgical team. - During the surgical procedure provides instruments, sutures, and other sterile supplies. - Helps prepare, care for, and dispose of specimens taken for laboratory analysis and helps apply dressings. - Applies basic knowledge of anatomy & physiology, medical terminology and microbiology. - Applies knowledge related to emergency situations and surgical procedures in the operating room. - May develop, organize and deliver continuing education topics and/or training (in-services). - May assist in precept of students and new staff. - Maintains a safe work environment. - Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: High school diploma or equivalent - Experience: 0 years experience - Licenses/Certifications: Certified as a Surgical Technologist (CST) by National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA) OR Tech in Surgery - Certified (CST-NCCT) by National Center Competency Testing (NCCT) AND Current Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Certified through American Heart Association or American Red Cross
Work Unit
Surgery Center Center for Orthopedics and Sport Medicine
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83173
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Meridian
St. Luke’s Health System in Meridian is seeking a Dietetic Technician to join our Infusion team.   Responsibilities The Dietetic Technician works independently to provide patients with basic nutritional meal plans including special dietary care menus. - Conducts and documents comprehensive nutritional screenings of patients, including and evaluating patient's dietary histories, to plan nutritional programs and determine nutrition acuity. - Plans menus or guides patients in food selection, preparation, or menu planning, based upon nutritional needs and established guidelines. - Observes patient food intake and reports progress and nutrition problems to registered dietitian. - Consults with other healthcare professionals regarding the dietary modifications or restrictions that will best promote patient health and fit in with other treatment methods for conditions, illnesses and disease. - Acts as a liaison betwee Food and Nutrition services and patients to resolve food and service issues. - As needed, may supervise food production/service or assist dietitians in food service supervision. - Performs diet education as assigned by the registered dietitian. - Provide dietitians with assistance researching food, ntrition, or food service systems. - Leads, trains and mentors 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 analyze menus, standardize recipes, or tests new products. - Handles complex issues using knowledge of procedures and policies. Refers highly complex issues to higher-level staff. - Has proficient working knowledge in clinical nutrition. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.   Qualifications - Education: Bachelor's degree - Experience: 2 year's experience - Licenses/Certifications: None  
Work Unit
Home Infusion Meadowlake Infusion and Injection Center
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83150
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Meridian
Default: Location : City Boise
**Sign On Bonus Eligible**    St. Luke’s Health System in the Treasure Valley is seeking a Credentialed Medical Assistant to join our cardiology teams.    Positions Available in the following locations: - Boise Cardiology - Boise Electrophysiology - Meridian Cardiology - Meridian Heart Failure - Cardiology Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery in Boise   Day Shift Week Days Option of either 4 -10 hour shifts, 4 -9 hours shifts with a 4 hour ½ day, or 5-8 hour shifts   Unit/Position Summary The Medical Assistant 2 is responsible for assisting licensed providers with patient care. Has working knowledge and skills developed through formal training. Works within established policies and procedures.   Responsibilities - Interviews patients, measures vital signs, and records information on patients’ charts. - Prepares treatment rooms for examination of patients. Sterilizes, cleans, and performs checks on medical equipment. - Prepares patients for examination. - Provides technical, clinical, and clerical support to licensed independent provider. - Performs medical procedures within scope of roles and responsibilities. - Processes prescription medication for refill under the supervision of a licensed independent provider. - Assists licensed independent provider in patient exams and office procedures. - Prepares basic laboratory tests on premises and prepares laboratory specimens. - Enters diagnostic or medication orders under the direction of a licensed independent provider. - Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent - Experience: 0 years’ experience - Licenses/Certifications: Current recognized National Certification as a Medical Assistant and American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification
Work Unit
Cardiology Idaho Cardiology Assoc Boise
Category (Portal Searching)
Nursing - C.N.A/CMA/LPN
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83141
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Meridian
St. Luke’s Health System in Meridian, ID is seeking Full-time Certified Surgical Techs (Variable Schedules) to join our Surgical Services team.   **Sign-On Bonus offered for position **   Unit Summary The Meridian unit provides ortho, urology, general, OB/GYN, ENT, optics, plastics services (everything but head and vascular). They also have a call team on staff, so call is very minimal for staff positions. Schedule/Shift: 11p-7a   Responsibilities - Performs pre-operative procedures such as selection and placement of surgical instruments, supplies, and equipment. - Assists surgeon and designated assistants in invasive procedures, passing instruments and supplies and anticipating the needs of the surgical team. - During the surgical procedure provides instruments, sutures, and other sterile supplies. - Helps prepare, care for, and dispose of specimens taken for laboratory analysis and helps apply dressings. - Applies basic knowledge of anatomy & physiology, medical terminology and microbiology. - Applies knowledge related to emergency situations and surgical procedures in the operating room. - May develop, organize and deliver continuing education topics and/or training (in-services). - May assist in precept of students and new staff. - Maintains a safe work environment. - Other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications   - Experience: None - Licenses/Certifications: - Certified as a Surgical Technologist (CST) by National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA) OR Tech in Surgery - Certified (CST-NCCT) by National Center Competency Testing (NCCT) - Current Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Certified through American Heart Association or American Red Cross
Work Unit
Surgical Services Meridian Hospital Flr 2
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
VARIABLE
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83140
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Meridian
Default: Location : City Twin Falls
St. Luke’s Health System is seeking a Registered Vascular Tech to join our team - with a full-time opportunity at our Magic Valley hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho.   Schedule: Monday-Friday Day time hours On call required      Benefits:  - Medical/Dental/Vision - Start the 1st of the month following your start date - Retirement plans (403b) - No vesting period! - Paid time off (Vacation, holidays and short term disability) - Long term disability - Life insurance - Air St. Luke's - Healthy U wellness plan - Tuition/Certification Reimbursement & Scholarships - Adoption Reimbursement - and many more....   Position Summary: St. Luke's Magic Valley, the 2nd largest hospital in our 8-hospital health system, is a state-of-the-art, 225-bed medical center serving the people of southern Idaho and northern Nevada. The vascular lab staff, a close-knit and dedicated group, works closely with vascular surgeons and covers inpatient, ED and outpatient exams.   Responsibilities - Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of age appropriate care. - Collect key information from the patient, family, provider, and records necessary for interpretation of the study(s). - Provide necessary reports and maintain echo records, charges, and files. - Maintain equipment and supplies. - Ensure the proper exam is being performed. Consult provider as needed. - May mentor students. - Participate in call rotation as assigned. - Practice guidelines specific to ALARA policy (As Low As Reasonably Achievable). - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: Associate’s degree in healthcare field or medical diploma/ certificate in Vascular. - Licenses/Certifications: - American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification. - Registered Vascular Sonographer (CCI) OR Registered Vascular Technologist (ARDMS).
Work Unit
Peripheral Vascular Lab Magic Valley Hospital Flr 2
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83121
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Twin Falls
Default: Location : City Twin Falls
St. Luke’s Health System is seeking a full-time Echo Tech for our Magic Valley Hospital in Twin Falls, Idaho.   Schedule: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm   Benefits:  - Medical/Dental/Vision - Start the 1st of the month following your start date - Retirement plans (403b) - No vesting period! - Paid time off (Vacation, holidays and short term disability) - Long term disability - Life insurance - Air St. Luke's - Healthy U wellness plan - Tuition/Certification Reimbursement & Scholarships - Adoption Reimbursement - and many more....   Position Summary Join a robust team at the region's heart and vascular hub, with services provided in the inpatient as well as clinic setting. Work collaboratively with physicians and a supportive team of dedicated echo techs.   Responsibilities - Responsible for preparing patients and diagnostic equipment for imaging procedures. Explain procedures to patients. - Collect key information from the patient, family, provider, and records necessary for interpretation of the study(s). - Perform Saline Contrast Study (bubble studies) as necessary. - Provide necessary reports and maintain echo records, charges, and files. - Maintain equipment and supplies. - Ensure the proper exam is being performed. Consult provider as needed. - Participate in call rotation as assigned. - May lead and mentor others, acting as the first point of escalation. Performs the most advanced tasks with little to no supervision. - Performs advanced ECHO procedures (e.g. TEE, 3-D, etc). - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: Associate’s degree in healthcare field or medical diploma/ certificate in ECHO. - Experience: 0 years’ experience - Licenses/Certifications: - American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification - Registered Cardiac Sonographer (CCI) OR Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer certification (ARDMS)
Work Unit
ECHO Magic Valley Hospital Flr 2
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83120
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Twin Falls
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise, Idaho is seeking a Part-time Staffing Scheduling Specialist to join our Clinical Support Services team.   Unit/Position Summary   Responsibilities Under direct supervision, the Staffing Scheduling Specialist is responsible for ensuring the department is appropriately staffed. - Makes staff allocation/cancellation decisions in accordance with established policy and procedures relating to floating guidelines, pay practices, available/cancellation days, etc. - Handles basic issues and problems and refers more complex issues to higher-level staff. - Possesses beginning to working knowledge of subject matter. - Acts as a resource and educator of staff on scheduling principles and the electronic scheduling system. - Documents all staffing adjustments in the electronic scheduling system. - Staffing Specialists create and execute staffing plan on day-of-operation, coordinating efforts with appropriate management. - If insufficient scheduled resources exist to meet need, Staffing Specialists make calls to off-duty staff, negotiates with units in collaboration with unit management, and reallocate resources to meet the needs of the organization. - Scheduling Specialists create, maintain, balances and provides quality control for department specific schedules, communicating with department leadership areas of concern, and creating reports. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.   Qualifications - Education: High school diploma or equivalent. - Experience: 0 year's experience. - Licenses/Certifications: None  
Work Unit
Enterprise Staffing System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Support Services
Work Type
Part Time 2 (.4 to .69)
Work Schedule
VARIABLE
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83119
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Meridian
Come Join a team of hard working, compassionate, and experienced Interventional Radiology Technologist/Medical Imaging team at St. Luke’s Health System in Meridian!   Schedule: This Position is a dream to behold! The Schedule is 4 10hour shifts a week during the day with no weekends, no holidays, and no on call!   We take to heart making a difference in our patients lives and strive each day to give them the best experience! Our team works together cohesively to accomplish the best care and provide a comfortable environment. St. Luke's has a rich culture and is a top 15 Health System nation wide! join the team that will help you grow your skills and achieve your goals!   Benefits:  - Sign on Bonus for external hires! - Medical/Dental/Vision - Start the 1st of the month following your start date - Retirement plans (403b) - No vesting period! - Paid time off (Vacation, holidays and short term disability) - Long term disability - Life insurance - Air St. Luke's - Healthy U wellness plan - Tuition/Certification Reimbursement & Scholarships - Adoption Reimbursement - and many more.... Responsibilities - Collect key information from the patient, family, provider, and nurses that are specific to the exam being performed in order to assist the provider in the proper diagnosis. - Educate patient, family or provider as to the extent and detail of each procedure, including informed consent as well as pre-and post-procedure instructions. - Ensure the proper exam is being administered to the patient. Consult ordering provider as needed. - Assist provider during therapeutic and invasive procedures. - Perform aseptic techniques per guidelines. - Maintain proper inventory levels of all supplies and ensure accuracy of patient charges as required. - Perform daily equipment inspections/calibrations. Participate in call rotation as needed. - Performs the most advanced tasks with little to no supervision. - Practice guidelines specific to ALARA policy (As Low As Reasonably Achievable). - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. - Prior Rad Tech/X-Ray experience  Qualifications - Education: High School Diploma or equivalent. - Licenses/Certifications: - American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification. - American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Radiography certification (ARRT_R) - Cardio Vascular (ARRT_CV) registration or Vascular Intervention (ARRT_VI) registration preferred. 
Work Unit
Interventional Radiology Meridian Hospital Flr 1
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83118
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Meridian
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System is seeking a Nuclear Medicine Technologist to join our team!   This position will support a flex schedule to cover PTO, sick days etc. with opportunity to pick up additional shifts.   We are searching for a dedicated, well-trained Tech with the desire to join a team that will help grow individual skills. St. Luke’s has a strong culture and a top 15 health system!    Responsibilities - Collect key information from the patient, family, provider, and nurses that are specific to the exam being performed in order to assist the provider in the proper diagnosis. - Educate patient, family or provider as to the extent and detail of each procedure, including informed consent as well as pre-and post-procedure instructions. - Ensure the proper exam and medication (as needed) is being administered to the patient. Consult provider as needed. - Order, prepare and administer radiopharmaceutical/brachytherapy doses as needed. - Perform cardiovascular stress testing under supervision of provider. - Adhere to Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) guidelines. - Maintain proper inventory levels of all supplies as required. Perform daily equipment inspections and quality control. - Assist provider during therapeutic and invasive procedures. - Oversees general operation of assigned department including staffing. Lead and mentor others, acting as the first point of escalation. Provide peer-review feedback and maintain competencies of staff. - Performs the most advanced tasks with no supervision. Subject matter expert in Nuclear Medicine. - Identify patient needs and determine priorities for care through assessment, planning, intervention, and evaluation. - Practice guidelines specific to ALARA policy (As Low As Reasonably Achievable). - Participate in call rotation as needed. - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: Bachelors' degree in healthcare field or 4 additional years's of relevant experience in lieu of Bachelors' degree - Experience: 4 years' experience - Licenses/Certifications: - Nuclear Medicine certification from American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT-N) or Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist Certification (CNMT) from the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB), - American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification
Work Unit
Nuclear Medicine Boise Hospital Grnd Flr
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Flex
Work Schedule
VARIABLE
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83115
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Meridian
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise, ID is seeking a system Inventory Control Analyst to join our he Supply Chain and Pharmacy Consolidated Service Center team.   Unit/Position Summary: Under limited supervision, the Inventory Control Analyst will be responsible for implementing, analyzing and monitoring procedures to ensure that the proper inventory is in all warehouse locations. The position will assist management in the development and implementation of formal programs to audit all areas related to inventory movement for integrity and accuracy. - Optimizes the organization's supply chain and inventory options by developing, implementing, and monitoring all key functions related to inventory transactions to assure that they are accurate and timely. Undertakes analysis on inventory levels, aging, and obsolescence. - Performs thorough research and documents inventory discrepancies using all available resources to identify root causes and provide possible solutions. Scrutinizes and analyzes inventory issues and applies LEAN Six Sigma methods to prepare recommendations. - Reviews and sets optimal inventory levels using system generated demand plans and best in class reorder methods and tools. Reviews forecasted demand with appropriate stakeholders and makes adjustments based on forecast accuracy and localized service area climate(s). - Incorporates inventory planning for highly seasonal and/or “in-demand” products and ensures that CSC inventory settings are updated accordingly. Proactively re-balances excess inventory to ensure sufficient supply, improve inventory utilization, and minimize obsolescence. - Responsible for analyzing data and generating monthly dashboards/reports to ensure inventory accuracy. Analyzes supply and demand imbalances and facilitates resolution throughout the supply chain. - Coordinates a cycle count program in a perpetual inventory environment to identify necessary recounts and processes to be monitored and provide regular reports on results. Coordinates the efforts of cycle counts to identify and correct discrepancies on items at the location level as needed. Implement processes that effectively reduce inventory loss, excess and obsolescence. - Facilitates process driven conversations with internal and external stakeholders. Works with key personnel to effectively implement process improvements to operational procedures to proactively optimize overall location and item level accuracy and maintain the highest possible productivity levels. - Monitors Consolidated Service Center key performance indicators (KPIs) and drives improvement activities. Supports the CSC leadership team to identify areas of opportunity for improved inventory management practices and network optimization. - Participates in the planning and forecasting of medical and non-medical inventory level based on historical trends, reoccurring buys, seasonal forecasts, purchase trends, and current inventory levels. - Assists in the development of strategies to maximize opportunities and mitigate risk. Works closely with leadership to manage inventory driven costs and optimize overall inventory spend and levels. - Subject matter expert handling complex situations referring only the most complex to higher level leadership. Acts as a resource for lower level employees. - Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications: - Education: Bachelor's Degree or experience in lieu of degree. - Experience: 4 years relevant 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
2024-83092
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Meridian
Default: Location : City Twin Falls
St. Luke’s Health System Pharmacy Teams are growing and expanding our abilities to serve our communities!   **SIGNING BONUS!**   - Locations across the Treasure Valley, Magic Valley, Wood River Valley, and McCall - Variable Schedule, with most pharmacies offering shifts Monday through Friday and rotating weekends; night shifts may be available  - Full-time opportunities, potential part-time and flex opportunities available Benefits include: - Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance - Air St. Luke’s - Certification pay for CPhT-Adv. - Tuition Reimbursement - Night and Weekend Shift differential pay - Retirement plans - Paid Time Off - Extended Sick Leave - Annual compensation reviews and increases - And more!   At St. Luke's Health System, we recognize that Pharmacy Technicians are an integral part of our health care team. As a regional leader in healthcare excellence, we are rapidly expanding pharmacy services, and we are seeking talented pharmacy technicians to join our teams.   At St. Luke’s our pharmacy technicians practice in various practice settings including acute care, community pharmacies, specialty pharmacies, chemo and non-chemo infusion centers, clinics, and office environments.   Our Community Practice Technicians support our community pharmacies in Boise, Meridian, Nampa, and Fruitland, with plans to expand to Twin Falls. Technicians in this team also support our Curbside and Med Locker programs. We have community pharmacy technicians embedded in “micro” dispensing pharmacies within various clinic settings.   Our Transitions of care program offers technicians the opportunity to practice in our Meds2Beds program or specialize as a Medication Historian in Boise, Meridian, Nampa, and Twin Falls medical centers.   We have a comprehensive Specialty Pharmacy based in Boise that also supports home delivery.   Our Acute Care teams and Infusion teams provide technicians the opportunities to practice in our hospital and infusion clinic environments in Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Fruitland, Twin Falls, Elmore, Jerome, Ketchum, and McCall.   Our Medication Access Team allow technicians to help patients through the barriers of medication access including assisting our clinics with prior authorizations and working with patients to enroll them into medication access programs to improve medication adherence.   Our innovative staffing strategy allows us to continually hire talented individuals to our teams and work with them to find a practice setting that best matches their skills and areas of interest to the work environment. This also means you can explore various pharmacy settings and grow in your career while making a difference in patient care.   Apply today to start a conversation, and see what pharmacy might be right for YOU!   Responsibilities Depending on the pharmacy you work in, roles and responsibilities may include the following:  - Compound, prepare and process medications/medication orders for final verification by the pharmacist - Refill automated dispensing devices, dispensing technology in the medical center - Order, receive, store incoming medications and supplies - Utilize computer information systems to support pharmacy processes - Complete required cleaning, monitoring, logs, recalls and outdates to established standards - Opportunities to train others to reinforce their own training and skills with or without supervision, based on experience with function. May serve as a mentor or role model. May supervise the training of others, based on experience with function - Understands different functions as technician and is applying knowledge and experience to develop skills and learn more complex functions - Technician experience enables them the insight to initiate performance improvement activities and/ or help to develop solutions - Provides quality customer service and experience allows them to identify gaps in customer service and provide solutions to close customer service gaps - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned Qualifications - High school diploma or equivalent required - Valid Idaho Pharmacy Technician License required - Two (2) years' experience preferred - Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) preferred
Work Unit
Pharmacy Administration System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Pharmacy
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
VARIABLE
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83089
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Twin Falls
Default: Location : City Ketchum
St. Luke’s Health System in beautiful Sun Valley/Ketchum is seeking a Pharmacist to join our Wood River Valley Medical Center Pharmacy team.   Responsibilities The Pharmacist is responsible for the delivery of pharmaceutical care to patients and customers of the medical center. - Review appropriateness of prescribed medication therapy. - Provide medication information and consultation to patients, nurses and medical staff. - Interpret prescriptions, compound and dispense medications. - Supervise and authorize the work of technicians, externs, interns and support staff. - Prepare and maintains all necessary records on medication therapy, prescriptions, patient charges, medical records and inventory. - Perform cognitive clinical pharmacy services and document findings and actions in accordance with standards of the medical center. - Administer medications as appropriate. - Administer vaccinations as appropriate. - May assist in the training of technicians, externs, interns, residents and other department staff. - Serve as a role model and mentor to technicians, students, residents and new practitioners. - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.   Qualifications - Education: Degree from an accredited pharmacy program - Experience: 0 years' experience - Licenses/Certifications: Valid Pharmacist License in state of practice    
Work Unit
Pharmacy Wood River Hospital Flr 1
Category (Portal Searching)
Pharmacy
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
VARIABLE
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83088
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Ketchum
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System Pharmacy Teams are growing and expanding our abilities to serve our communities!   **SIGNING BONUS!**   We are seeking NIGHT SHIFT Pharmacy Technicians for the Boise Medical Center - full time and part time available   Benefits include: - Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance - Air St. Luke’s - Certification pay for CPhT-Adv. - Tuition Reimbursement - Night and Weekend Shift differential pay - Retirement plans - Paid Time Off - Extended Sick Leave - Annual compensation reviews and increases - And more!   At St. Luke's Health System, we recognize that Pharmacy Technicians are an integral part of our health care team. As a regional leader in healthcare excellence, we are rapidly expanding pharmacy services, and we are seeking talented pharmacy technicians to join our teams.   At St. Luke’s our pharmacy technicians practice in various practice settings including acute care, community pharmacies, specialty pharmacies, chemo and non-chemo infusion centers, clinics, and office environments.   Our Community Practice Technicians support our community pharmacies in Boise, Meridian, Nampa, and Fruitland, with plans to expand to Twin Falls. Technicians in this team also support our Curbside and Med Locker programs. We have community pharmacy technicians embedded in “micro” dispensing pharmacies within various clinic settings.   Our Transitions of care program offers technicians the opportunity to practice in our Meds2Beds program or specialize as a Medication Historian in Boise, Meridian, Nampa, and Twin Falls medical centers.   We have a comprehensive Specialty Pharmacy based in Boise that also supports home delivery.   Our Acute Care teams and Infusion teams provide technicians the opportunities to practice in our hospital and infusion clinic environments in Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Fruitland, Twin Falls, Elmore, Jerome, Ketchum, and McCall.   Our Medication Access Team allow technicians to help patients through the barriers of medication access including assisting our clinics with prior authorizations and working with patients to enroll them into medication access programs to improve medication adherence.   Our innovative staffing strategy allows us to continually hire talented individuals to our teams and work with them to find a practice setting that best matches their skills and areas of interest to the work environment. This also means you can explore various pharmacy settings and grow in your career while making a difference in patient care.   Apply today to start a conversation, and see what pharmacy might be right for YOU!   Responsibilities Depending on the pharmacy you work in, roles and responsibilities may include the following:  - Compound, prepare and process medications/medication orders for final verification by the pharmacist - Refill automated dispensing devices, dispensing technology in the medical center - Order, receive, store incoming medications and supplies - Utilize computer information systems to support pharmacy processes - Complete required cleaning, monitoring, logs, recalls and outdates to established standards - Opportunities to train others to reinforce their own training and skills with or without supervision, based on experience with function. May serve as a mentor or role model. May supervise the training of others, based on experience with function - Understands different functions as technician and is applying knowledge and experience to develop skills and learn more complex functions - Technician experience enables them the insight to initiate performance improvement activities and/ or help to develop solutions - Provides quality customer service and experience allows them to identify gaps in customer service and provide solutions to close customer service gaps - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned Qualifications - High school diploma or equivalent required - Valid Idaho Pharmacy Technician License required - Two (2) years' experience preferred - Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) preferred
Work Unit
Pharmacy Administration System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Pharmacy
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
NIGHT
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83087
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise, ID is seeking an IHT Systems Engineer 4 to join our Tech Ops Digital Experience System team.   Unit/Position Summary With a high degree of latitude, the IHT Systems Engineer 4 applies creativity along with sound engineering principles to evaluate, design, develop, implement and administer systems, applications, networks and/or associated infrastructures and specialty equipment. This general classification will be used for a wide variety of IHT Engineering specialty roles in the Health System, including Communication, Desktop, Network, Storage, Infrastructure, Test and Integration Engineers.   Duties/Responsibilities: - Analyzes and defines business requirements and applies broad technical knowledge and best practices to design, develop, administer and maintain data systems in one or more IHT Engineering specialty fields. - Monitors and measures overall performance and scalability, performs root cause analysis and implements process improvement. Proactively identify potential issues and tunes appropriately. - Applies engineering expertise to provide technology roadmaps and innovative technical solutions that align with the strategic vision of the health system. - Assesses and optimizes the performance of new and existing systems and features. - Leads functional groups to establish and improve processes; develops and implements policies and procedures governing specialty Engineering discipline. - May have sole responsibility for projects and participate in disaster recovery exercises or help develop disaster recovery or business continuity plans. - Develops, maintains and manages the documents and standards for a comprehensive library of support documentation. - Handles the most complex issues and problems for the engineering team. - Possesses expert knowledge of subject matter. - Provides leadership, coaching, and/or mentoring to a subordinate group; may act as a lead or functional supervisor. - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.       Minimum Qualifications:   - Education: Bachelor’s degree or experience in lieu of degree - Experience: 6 years relevant experience - Licenses/Certifications: None         Preferred Qualifications: Background: This is an advanced engineering role on a highly skilled team that provides virtual application and desktop delivery via Citrix to healthcare professionals in hospitals and clinics throughout Idaho and Eastern Oregon. This role is primarily focused on virtual desktops and the user experience. Required: - Passion for virtual desktops and user experience. - Proven ability to innovate and try new things. Preference: - Virtual desktop experience on any platform (Azure, VMware, Citrix). - Citrix experience and certifications such as CCA (good), CCP (better), CCE (best). - Experience designing, implementing, integrating, maintaining, and testing virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions in a large environment. - Experience ensuring the maximum availability of the system by administering, monitoring, and supporting all aspects of the VDI environment. Citrix knowledge and experience preferred.  - Experience resolving production and deployment issues by troubleshooting and correlating all medium to high complexity VDI issues that affect operation of the environment. - Experience collaborating with cross-functional teams to understand their requirements and ensure that the VDI solutions meet their needs. - In-depth knowledge of Windows operating systems and virtualization technologies in an enterprise environment. - Good working knowledge of Active Directory, Group Policy, DNS, DHCP. - 6 years’ experience supporting VDI in a medium to large corporate environment. - Responsible, reliable, takes initiative, patient, determined, assertive, inquisitive, has tenacity, a desire to learn, good at working with a team to achieve goals and resolve issues. - Experience with Citrix DaaS and Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops.
Work Unit
Tech Ops Digital Experience System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Information Technology
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83079
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City McCall
St. Luke’s Health System in McCall is seeking a Radiologic Technologist to join our team.   Schedule: Full Time Monday-Friday Weekdays    Benefits:  - Sign on bonus for external candidates! - Medical/Dental/Vision - Start the 1st of the month following your start date - Retirement plans (403b) - No vesting period! - Paid time off (Vacation, holidays and short term disability) - Long term disability - Life insurance - Air St. Luke's - Healthy U wellness plan - Tuition/Certification Reimbursement & Scholarships - Adoption Reimbursement - and many more....   Position Summary Operates x-ray equipment for diagnostic and/or therapeutic purposes. Prepares and assists patients during radiological exams and testing. Prepares and maintains radiographic records.   Responsibilities - Collect key information from the patient, family, provider, and nurses that are specific to the exam being performed in order to assist the provider in the proper diagnosis. - Educate patient, family or provider as to the extent and detail of each procedure, may including informed consent as well as pre-and post-procedure instructions. - Ensure the proper exam is being administered to the patient. Consult provider as needed. - Maintain proper inventory levels of all supplies as required. - Perform daily equipment inspections. - Participate in call rotation as needed. - Practice guidelines specific to ALARA policy (As Low As Reasonably Achievable). - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Qualifications - Education: High School Diploma or equivalent. - Experience: 0 years' experience. - Licenses/Certifications: - American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification.  - American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification.
Work Unit
Imaging Services McCall Hospital
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
iCIMS Req ID
2024-83058
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-McCall

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