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We foster an environment that embraces our employees’ unique strengths, experiences and perspectives which drive exceptional patient-centered care. We believe that everyone we encounter should be treated respectfully, equitably and justly. We are passionate about creating a diverse and inclusive environment that fuels innovation and supports our mission to improve the health of the people in the communities we serve.

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Default: Location : City Meridian
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
2024-85045
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Meridian
Default: Location : City Twin Falls
At St. Luke’s, our team of imaging professionals’ pride ourselves on fostering a workplace culture that values diversity, promotes collaboration, and prioritizes employee well-being. We strive to foster an environment that embraces our employees' unique strengths, experiences and perspectives which drives our exceptional, patient-centered care.   Sign on Bonus eligible for external hires!     What You Can Expect: - Schedule: Full time, Monday-Friday - Oversees day-to-day operations for hospital and clinical departments: - Peripheral Vascular Lab - Echocardiography (Magic Valley and Wood River) - EKG/Monitor - 22 direct reports - 40,000+ exams performed annually. - Strong Safety and People-Centric Culture   Minimum Qualifications for this Role: - Education: Bachelors' degree OR Associates' degree + 2 additional years medical imaging experience - Experience: 5 years experience - Licenses/Certifications: Must have current registry in one medical imaging modality   For more information, please contact Koree McGrady at mcgradyk@slhs.org or 208-388-7220.
Work Unit
ECHO Magic Valley Hospital Flr 2
Category (Portal Searching)
Professional
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
VARIABLE
iCIMS Req ID
2024-85044
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Twin Falls
Default: Location : City Twin Falls
At St. Luke’s, our team of imaging professionals’ pride ourselves on fostering a workplace culture that values diversity, promotes collaboration, and prioritizes employee well-being. We strive to foster an environment that embraces our employees' unique strengths, experiences and perspectives which drives our exceptional, patient-centered care.   Sign on Bonus eligible for external hires!     What You Can Expect: - Rotating day schedule to accommodate 7 days off in a row. Wed, Thurs, Fri, Mon, Tues then off until the next Wednesday.  The shift is 0800-1700, and the clinic is closed all major holidays and weekends. - No on call required! - Between 5 to 15 exams a day. Specifically imaging for a Podiatry specialist. This clinic also accommodates walk in outpatient X-rays. We recently opened this clinic at a new location with a new X-ray machine. Still working to spread the word about our availability to better serve our community. - New digital Carestream DR FIT with scoliosis and leg length capabilities in a large imaging suite. - Experience an immersive culture of collaborating with excellent providers and being apart of a great clinic with a passion for serving our community Xray imaging needs.   Minimum Qualifications for this Role: - Education: High School Diploma or equivalent. - Licenses/Certifications: - American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification. - American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification.      
Work Unit
Orthopedics Magic Valley
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Part Time 2 (.4 to .69)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-85038
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Twin Falls
Default: Location : City Boise
At St. Luke’s, our team of imaging professionals’ pride ourselves on fostering a workplace culture that values diversity, promotes collaboration, and prioritizes employee well-being. We strive to foster an environment that embraces our employees' unique strengths, experiences and perspectives which drives our exceptional, patient-centered care.   Sign on Bonus eligible for external hires!     What You Can Expect: - Schedule: Full time, four days per week to cover all sites in the Treasure Valley with one day off per pay period. - On call required with low call back rates. - Average daily patient count around 20-40. - Varian True Beam technology with ExacTrac. CT Sim on site. - The Boise location is poised to treat: - SBRT, SRT/SRS, TBI, Pediatrics with and without sedation. - Strong safety culture and continued work to maintain process improvement to mitigate unnecessary errors.   Minimum Qualifications for this Role: - Education: Bachelors’ degree or Associates’ degree with 2 additional years of experience. - Licenses/Certifications: - American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification. - American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification in Radiation Therapy   For more information, please contact Koree McGrady at mcgradyk@slhs.org or 208-388-7220.
Work Unit
Radiation Oncology Boise
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-85021
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
At St. Luke’s, our team of imaging professionals’ pride ourselves on fostering a workplace culture that values diversity, promotes collaboration, and prioritizes employee well-being. We strive to foster an environment that embraces our employees' unique strengths, experiences and perspectives which drives our exceptional, patient-centered care.   Sign on Bonus eligible for external hires!     What You Can Expect: - Schedule: Full time variable schedule Monday-Saturday from 7:30am-6pm - No on call required! - 20 scans per day per tech with 14-17 techs schedule daily - All exams are conducted in a clinic, outpatient setting (no surgical cases) and are ortho related, weight bearing exams - CareStream Siemens, Eos equipment - The Center for Orthopedic and Sports Medicine (COSM) outpatient team works in a buddy system, working back and forth with constant support from team members, fostering a true - COSM brings 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.   Minimum Qualifications for this Role: - Education: High School Diploma or equivalent. - Licenses/Certifications: - American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification. - American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification. For more information, please contact Koree McGrady at mcgradyk@slhs.org or 208-388-7220.
Work Unit
Clinic Radiology Center for Orthopedics and Sport Medicine
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
iCIMS Req ID
2024-85018
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Meridian, Idaho
St. Luke’s Health System in Meridian, ID is seeking a Data Specialist 1 to join our Home Health team.   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....   Responsibilities: - Performs a variety of general administrative and support services for a database which supports a system. - Handles basic issues and problems and refers more complex issues to higher-level staff. - Possesses beginning to working knowledge of subject matter. - Organizes and enters data into appropriate databases. - Maintains and ensures the integrity and security of one or more databases. - Trains other staff as users of the system. - Extracts data as needed for reporting requirements. - Imports data as needed. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.   Minimum Qualifications: - Education: High school diploma or equivalent. - Experience: 0 years experience. - Licenses/Certifications: None  
Work Unit
Home Care HCH Mobile Units TV
Category (Portal Searching)
Admin/Clerical/Customer Support
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-85004
Default: Location : Location
US-Meridian, Idaho
Default: Location : City Twin Falls
St. Luke’s Health System in Twin Falls, ID is seeking a Data Integrity Specialist 1 to join our Health Information Management team.   Hours for this position: Tuesday-Friday from 8am to 4:30pm and Saturday from 6am to 2pm.   Unit/Position Summary: Under general supervision, the Data Integrity Specialist 1 is responsible for maintaining the integrity of patient health record by monitoring, measuring, and reporting on documentation created by healthcare providers. - Continuously evaluates the integrity of data in the electronic health record in order to identify and correct inconsistencies and fulfill requests. Determines the correct action to be taken to ensure the integrity of patient health information. - Answers staff questions and concerns regarding the patient health record. Communicates policies, procedures and regulatory standards to maintain the integrity of the patient health information. - Maintains health information management knowledge of electronic health records in accordance with regulatory and accrediting standards. - Helps coordinate, plan, define, and test improvements for data collection and verification. - Creates, modifies, and/or enhances reports and analyzes moderately complex data. - Works with appropriate departments to develop, maintain, and implement an accuracy model. - Serves as a role model and mentor to other staff members. Develops and delivers appropriate level of training. - Utilize skills to defuse difficult situations. Resolves difficult questions and problems and refers only the most complex issues to higher levels. - Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.   Minimum Qualifications: - Education: Bachelors degree or experience in lieu of degree - Experience: 0 year's experience. - Licenses/Certifications: None
Work Unit
Health Info Mgmt Services System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Revenue Cycle / Health Information Management
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-84999
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Twin Falls
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise, ID is seeking a Data Integrity Specialist 1 to join our Release of Information team.   Unit/Position Summary: Under general supervision, the Data Integrity Specialist 1 is responsible for maintaining the integrity of patient health record by monitoring, measuring, and reporting on documentation created by healthcare providers.   - Continuously evaluates the integrity of data in the electronic health record in order to identify and correct inconsistencies and fulfill requests. Determines the correct action to be taken to ensure the integrity of patient health information. - Answers staff questions and concerns regarding the patient health record. Communicates policies, procedures and regulatory standards to maintain the integrity of the patient health information. - Maintains health information management knowledge of electronic health records in accordance with regulatory and accrediting standards. - Helps coordinate, plan, define, and test improvements for data collection and verification. - Creates, modifies, and/or enhances reports and analyzes moderately complex data. Minimum Qualifications:   - Education: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent. - Experience: 0 year's experience. - Licenses/Certifications: None  
Work Unit
Health Info Mgmt Services System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Revenue Cycle / Health Information Management
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-84997
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
At St. Luke’s, our patients come from all walks of life and so do we! We strive to foster an environment that embraces our employees' unique strengths, experiences, and perspectives which drives our exceptional, patient-centered care.   Unit Summary:   The St Luke’s Heart Rhythm Center is a unique clinic that manages the monitoring, interrogation, and reprogramming of cardiac devices implanted in patients. The cardiac implanted devices include pacemakers, implantable cadrioverter defibrillators, and implantable loop recorders..Our team cares for over 5000 patients through remote monitoring as well as in-person visits.     What you can expect as an Exercise Physiologist/Device Control Specialist at St. Luke’s Heart Rhythm Center: - Utilize cardiac training to monitor alerts and collaborate with device RN's, advanced practitioners, device reps, and electrophysiologists to bring the highest care to our patients. - With training and future certification, assist with triaging alerts, as well as identifying potential malfunctions or sub optimal device operation. - Participate in telephone communication with patients regarding monitor findings or provided recommendations when appropriate. - A typical schedule includes 4(four) 9-hour shifts Monday-Friday (No Holidays). - Certification and shift differential available. - Eligible site for the PSLF student loan program. - Opportunities for career progression.   Qualifications:   - Education: Bachelor's degree - Licenses/Certifications: Current CPR certification - Preferred qualifications: - Cardiology and/or heart rhythm interpretation experience - Degree in Exercise Physiology  
Work Unit
Cardiology Boise Heart
Category (Portal Searching)
Therapists/Rehab
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-84992
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
At St. Luke’s, our dedicated team of Patient Access Specialists strive to build a positive, supportive, and inclusive culture that delivers exceptional patient experiences.   This customer service position is often the first person a patient encounters when entering a St. Luke’s hospital or clinic. This important role supports exceptional interactions to ensure professional, timely and accurate written and verbal communication with both patients and caregivers (both in person and by phone).   What you can expect from this role: - Registration, scheduling, and referral coordination for patients - Discussions on financial options and/or explanations of insurance coverage, including authorizations, verifications, and estimates - Use a variety of technologies, tools and resources to support departmental workflows - Other duties as assigned Minimum Qualifications for this Role: - Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent. What does Flex mean?  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.  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. - Employees are given their schedules at least one pay period in advance.  This is not an "on call" scenario.  -  Flex positions are not benefits eligible
Work Unit
Patient Access Administration System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Admin/Clerical/Customer Support
Work Type
Flex
iCIMS Req ID
2024-84990
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Meridian
St. Luke’s Health System in Meridian, ID is seeking a Director Clin Value Analysis to join our Supply Chain team.   Unit/Position Summary The Director, Clinical Value Analysis is responsible for contributing to the development, and implementation of a clinical strategic supply management program. This position is responsible for translating strategy into deliverable solutions that are achievable for supply expense management. - Provides leadership in the area of supply management to contribute to the system's overall strategic plan especially as it relates to Clinical Value Analysis. - Organizes, directs and implements the system in clinical value analysis support primarily for clinical products and provide clinical expertise consultation on technology and capital equipment. Educates and orients team regarding processes and their role. - Assimilates information from variety of sources, able to analyze data and make strategic recommendations and executes a course of action. - Develops, implements, and coordinates within the hospital or system: Policies and procedures related to supply cost management and supply chain operations; Clinical Resource Management Program; Product standardization and utilization. - Ensures that issues are resolved in a timely and cost-efficient manner. - Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Assess product function and cost across the system utilizing quality, cost and patient outcome data to identify opportunities. Research, quantify, analyze and oversee the validation process of product viability and then present data to the appropriate leaders and teams. Make recommendations in determining whether item(s) should be standardized and/or used based on current research and evidence-based practices. - Provides advice and consultation to senior and executive management related to strategic decisions. Maintain knowledge of applicable federal and state laws and regulatory provisions. - Provides supply chain advice, direction and leadership in decision-making process for clinically sensitive items. Develop, implement and measure the clinical evaluation of potential products. - In collaboration with Senior Leadership, designs, develops and implements focused strategies around standardization, utilization and waste reduction. Actively participates in the budget and goal setting process. - Interacts with executives, major customers (physicians, clinicians, operations) and service/site administration to provide consultation, influence decisions and identify and resolve critical issues. - Manage activities that contribute to year over year, non-labor, expense reduction. - Develop positive professional working relationship with all external stakeholders and customers. - Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.   Minimum Qualifications: - Education: Bachelors of Nursing degree - Experience: 10 years relevant experience - Licenses/Certifications: Current RN licensure in State of Practice  
Work Unit
Supply Chain Management System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Professional
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-84941
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Meridian
Default: Location : City Twin Falls
St. Luke’s Health System in Twin Falls, ID is seeking an Emergency Management Specialist to join our Security team.   Summary: Under limited/moderate supervision, the Emergency Management Specialist develops and implements emergency management or preparedness plans. The successful candidate will be a subject matter expert with prior emergency preparedness experience. This specialist will assist in emergency preparedness through participation on committees, task forces, and drills; coordinates plans with federal, state, or local emergency management agencies, or first responders. Plans and executes drills or responses to simulated emergency situations; plans, conducts and evaluates exercises and corrective actions to include retesting of follow-up issues.   Responsibilities: - Develops, implements, and monitors emergency response or management plans that minimize disruption related to, or allow the organization to respond appropriately to, events impacting operations. - Identifies and plans for potential risks based on industry and/or physical location; analyzes environmental events to identify problem areas and develop strategies to improve performance; recognizes and takes immediate action on potentially unsafe acts or conditions. - Participates in training programs and attends staff meetings and conducts educational in-service courses to raise staff awareness about emergency management / disaster issues; organizes required facility training. - Serves and participates on committees and task forces to represent the emergency management perspective; coordinates activities with members of health system community. - Handles moderately complex issues and problems and refers more complex issues to higher-level staff; may provide leadership, coaching, and/or mentoring to subordinate group. - Possesses solid working knowledge of subject matter. Qualifications: - Education: Bachelors degree or 4 years’ experience in lieu of degree - Experience: 2 years relevant experience - Licenses/Certifications: Valid driver's license and proof of valid driver's insurance
Work Unit
Emergency Management System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Professional
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-84940
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Twin Falls
Default: Location : City Boise
Overview At St. Luke’s, our dedicated team of Certified Surgical Techs are critical in providing exceptional, patient-centered care. We strive to foster an environment that embraces our employees' unique strengths, experiences and perspectives which ultimately drives our exceptional, patient-centered care.   Relocation and sign-on bonus available!    What you can expect from this role - Part-time and full-time day shift opportunities available - Opportunity to rotate with various OR teams to explore different specialties firsthand and can help individuals make more informed decisions on final placement - Ability to flex to other locations of interest   Qualifications - Education: HS/GED - Licenses/Certifications: - American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification - 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) What’s in it for you At St. Luke’s, caring for people in the communities we serve is our mission – and this includes our own SLHS team.  We offer a robust benefits package to support our teams both professionally and personally. In addition to a competitive salary and retirement plans, we ensure our team feels supported in their benefits beyond the typical medical, dental, and vision offerings.  We care about you and have fantastic financial and physical wellness options, such as: on-site massages, on-site counseling via our Employee Assistance Program, access to the Virgin Pulse Wellness application, as well as development, coaching and formal training offerings through our Talent Development platform to ensure you are meeting your career goals.   *St. Luke’s is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status or condition protected by law.   Please note: this posting is not reflective of all job duties and responsibilities and is intended to provide an overview to job seekers.  
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
2024-84935
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Ketchum
St. Luke’s Health System in Ketchum, ID is seeking a Coordinator Development to join our Foundation team.   Unit/Position Summary Identifies potential donors and prospects. Cultivates and motivates donors to make various fundraising gifts to the foundation. - Coordinates the fundraising activities of a particular development program(s) (i.e. service line, employee giving, friend of the hospital, physician giving) to achieve fundraising goals and performance metrics. - Implements plans for the acquisition, solicitation, and stewardship of the program(s) donors and prospects. - Promotes and raises awareness of the program with key stakeholders or other internal and external audiences. - Generates reports, program benchmarks, analysis of special appeals and campaigns, or other summaries and present to key stakeholders or other internal and external audiences as needed. - May direct or supervise the work of others. - Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.   Minimum Qualifications: - Education: Bachelors degree or experience in lieu of degree - Experience: 2 years relevant experience - Licenses/Certifications: None  
Work Unit
Development Wood River Hospital
Category (Portal Searching)
Professional
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-84924
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Ketchum
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise is seeking a Lab Asst 1 to join our team.   Unit/Position Summar The Lab Assistant 1 is responsible for the pre-analytical processing of laboratory specimens AND/OR for the procurement and preparation of laboratory specimens for testing. The Lab Assistant 1 performs simple tasks and test under direct supervision.   - Sort, verify specimen labeling, order entry and distribute specimen. - May perform Point of Care Testing (POCT). - May collect blood samples from patients, verify records and prepare specimens for laboratory analysis. - Ensures specimens are properly identified, collected, labeled and stored. - May order laboratory tests in an efficient, accurate manner. - May explain collection procedures and provide patient instructions to ensure the accurate collection or preparation of specimens, to facilitate patient/caregiver understanding and to reduce patient anxiety. Provide courier routes as assigned. - Complies with established personal protective equipment requirements necessary for protection against exposure to blood and other potentially infectious body fluids. - Performs other duties as assigned. - Maintains a safe and clean working environment. - May register patients or provide courier services.   - Education: High school Diploma or equivalent. - Experience: 0 years' experience. - Licenses/Certifications: None  
Work Unit
Outpatient Draw Sites Reference Lab
Category (Portal Searching)
Laboratory
Work Type
Part Time 2 (.4 to .69)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-84913
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
At St. Luke’s, we pride ourselves on fostering a workplace culture that values diversity, promotes collaboration, and prioritizes employee well-being. Our commitment to excellence in patient care extends to creating an environment where our team can thrive both personally and professionally. With opportunities for growth, competitive benefits, and a supportive community of colleagues, St. Luke’s is truly a great place to work.   What You Can Expect From This Role - Writes, prepares and project manages donor campaigns, solicitation materials and various donor communications. - Utilize exceptional written communication skills to create content that feels personalized, inspiring and persuasive in motivating giving in support of St. Luke’s Health System.  - Works collaboratively with St. Luke's employees, clinicians, grateful patients and families to plan, coordinate, and execute various annual giving strategies, including direct mail, events, employee campaigns, email campaigns and other donor acquisition activities. - Work with databases and large data sets to execute direct mail, monthly giving, e-communications to increase total annual donations and gift revenue. - Become the first Annual Giving Coordinator for St. Luke's Health Foundation - a position created to support the Director of Development to enhance the efforts related to donor pipeline growth. Minimum Qualifications - Bachelor's Degree or experience in lieu of degree - 2 years relevant experience (ie copywriting, marketing, community relations)
Work Unit
Administration Treasure Valley Foundation
Category (Portal Searching)
Admin/Clerical/Customer Support
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-84857
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
St. Luke’s Health System is seeking a Dishwasher-Float to travel between Boise facilities, Nampa, and Meridian.   Unit/Position Summary The Dishwasher performs a variety of cleaning and maintenance duties in a hospital kitchen/cafeteria. This position would require travel from one location to another as a "Float" to help out where needed. 
Work Unit
Facilities Support Team System Office
Category (Portal Searching)
Service/Trade
Work Type
Part Time 2 (.4 to .69)
Work Schedule
VARIABLE
iCIMS Req ID
2024-84734
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Nampa
St. Luke’s Health System in Boise, ID is seeking a Biomedical Equipment Tech 2 to join our Clinical Engineering team.   Unit/Position Summary Under limited supervision, the Biomedical Equipment Technician (BMET) 2 performs technical tasks including inspecting, calibrating, repairing, and maintaining moderately advanced (surgical, rapid infuser/blood warmers, patient monitors, defibrillators, EKGs, and centrifuges) medical equipment, devices, systems, and instruments, including previous modalities specified as a BMET 1. - Repairs, installs, maintains, calibrates, and inspects a diverse range of therapeutic and diagnostic biomedical instrumentation and equipment. - Performs and documents preventive maintenance and repair of medical electronic equipment and systems, as assigned, in accordance with established organization procedures. - Demonstrates a working knowledge and use of required test equipment and tools to service electronics, pneumatic, hydraulic, and mechanical circuits. - Interprets and effectively utilizes service manuals, schematics, and other applicable service information, required to perform and document planned maintenance and repair of medical equipment and systems, as assigned. - Coordinates planned and unscheduled maintenance with vendors including closing of work orders and attaching service reports. - Maintains detailed documentation of all service events, performance tests, and corrective maintenance. Provides technical assistance and instruction to personnel regarding equipment operations and maintenance. - Provides emergency/unscheduled repairs and/or maintenance as needed. Diagnoses and corrects system and equipment malfunctions. - Works and coordinates with other Healthcare Technology Management (HTM)/Clinical Engineering team members on projects, installs, rounding in departments - Participates in on-site and off-site training programs as assigned. Assists senior biomedical equipment technicians or supervisor with in-service educational programs on use of equipment. - Complies with appropriate safety practices and procedures and with applicable federal, State and local codes, regulations and requirements. Understands and comply with Joint Commission, DNV, NFPA, CMS, Etc. and other applicable standards and regulations. - Assists with and evaluates third-party repairs. - Possesses solid working knowledge of subject matter. Handles moderately complex issues using knowledge of procedures and policies. Refers more complex issues to high-level staff. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.   Minimum Qualifications: - Education: Associates degree or Department of Defense (DOD) Certification, or experience in lieu of degree - Experience: 2 years relevant experience - Licenses/Certifications: None  
Work Unit
Health Technology Management Nampa Hospital
Category (Portal Searching)
Information Technology
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-84712
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
At St. Luke’s, we pride ourselves on fostering a workplace culture that values diversity, promotes collaboration, and prioritizes employee well-being. Our commitment to excellence in patient care extends to creating an environment where our team can thrive both personally and professionally. With opportunities for growth, competitive benefits, and a supportive community of colleagues, St. Luke’s is truly a great place to work.   What You Can Expect: - Boise Occupational Health Clinic, Monday-Friday 8am-5pm - Responsible for overseeing 7-10 Medical Assistant's, Patient Access Specialists and Case Specialists - Reports directly to Practice Manager - May assist other clinic's as needed, working closely with Treasure Valley RN - Serves as a liaison between office staff and patient providers, general public and the medical community to coordinate quality patient experiences. - Serves as critical conduit/liaison with various departments in coordinating and troubleshooting various business and/or patient care related issues. - Leads and directs the work of others using leadership skills, judgement, creativity, and comprehensive knowledge.   Qualifications: - Education: Associate's Degree or 2+ years of experience   
Work Unit
Occupational Health Boise
Category (Portal Searching)
Professional
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-84696
Default: Location : Location
US-ID-Boise
Default: Location : City Boise
At St. Luke’s, our team of imaging professionals’ pride ourselves on fostering a workplace culture that values diversity, promotes collaboration, and prioritizes employee well-being. We strive to foster an environment that embraces our employees' unique strengths, experiences and perspectives which drives our exceptional, patient-centered care.   Sign on Bonus eligible for external hires!     What You Can Expect: - Location- Breast Care Services Treasure Valley - Schedule: Part time and full-time opportunities available, Monday-Friday, choice of 8 or 10 hour shifts - No on call required! - Hologic equipment - 18-25 scans per day per tech depending on schedule. - Treasure Valley Breast Care Services prides themselves on a collaborative, teamwork atmosphere honoring a healthy work-life balance.   Minimum Qualifications for this Role: - Education: High School Diploma or equivalent. - Licenses/Certifications: - American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Provider certification. - American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification. - Mammography certification from the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists    For more information, please contact Koree McGrady at mcgradyk@slhs.org or 208-388-7220.
Work Unit
Breastcare Services BCS Washington
Category (Portal Searching)
Clinical Technologist / Technicians
Work Type
Full Time (> .89)
Work Schedule
DAY
iCIMS Req ID
2024-84677
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US-ID-Meridian

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