• Monitor Tech H4 TSICU/CVICU

    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/30/2018 3:00 PM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-42794
    Category
    Patient Care
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Department
    ICE Nursing Services Cardiac Monitoring
    Post End Date
    5/31/2018
  • Overview

    The Monitor Tech is a trained member of the unit based team who supports the on-going delivery of care as identified by the multidisciplinary Patient Management Team. 

    Responsibilities

    The MT works under the direct supervision of the RN and performs tasks and duties which do not require a license, professional judgment or intervention. The MT must pass the required competencies. The MT works within the Department of Nursing standards. The MT adheres to UAMS clinical programs policies, procedures and standards for patient family centered care.

    Qualifications

    Required: High school diploma or equivalent,  plus 6 months direct patient care related experience is required. PCT certified within 3 months of hire (training provided). Must be able to lift 100 pounds. Required to pass the dysrythmia course and maintain competency as a telemetry technician.  

     

    Preferred: Certified as a nursing assistant or military corpsman is preferred.  Experience interpreting rhythms is preferred.  Current BLS.

    Physical Requirements

    Stand: Frequently
    Sit: Frequently
    Walk: Frequently
    Bend, crawl, crouch, kneel, stoop, or reach overhead: Frequently
    Lift, push, pull, carry weight: 100+ lbs
    Use hands to touch, handle, or feel: Frequently
    Talk: Frequently
    Hear: Frequently
    Taste or smell: Never
    Read, concentrate, think analytically: Frequently
    Physical Environment: Inside Medical Facility Environment
    Noise Level: Moderate
    Visual Requirements: Color discrimination, Depth perception, Far visual acuity, Near visual acuity
    Hazards: Biological

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