Great career opportunities are waiting for you at Ohio Valley Hospital.
Our mission of quality, personalized health care for every patient is not the only outstanding benefit we bring to our community. There are lots of great jobs here too. Challenging, important work. Rewarding careers for those willing to dedicate themselves to providing health care and other crucial assistance to our patients.
Benefits offered for full time and part time employees at Ohio Valley Hospital. Benefits may include:
• Health insurance
• Free parking
• Retirement plan
• Generous paid time off
Job openings as of July 24, 2015
Regular opportunities are available for qualified applicants for the following positions:
RN –These positions available in the following areas and evaluate relevant clinical data in patients. Staff provides safe and thorough patient care, including education. Previous experience preferred.
• Pain Management (Casual)
• Wound Care Center (Casual)
• ARU (Casual)
• OPSU (Casual)
• Med Surg (Full-Time)
Nursing Associate –This position will take vital signs, assist with patient’s hygiene needs, positioning, perform accuchecks, transport patients, assist nurses as needed, and perform clerical duties including order entry. One year hospital or long term care facility exp. as a nurse aide is preferred.
• Geropsych (Full Time)
• Med Surg (Full Time & Casual)
• ICU/IMC (Full Time & Casual)
• ARU (Casual)
• ER – (Part-Time & Full-Time))
LPN –Responsible for providing direct and indirect comprehensive patient care according to established nursing procedures and under the direction of the Registered Nurse. Graduate of an approved School of Practical Nursing required. Current Pennsylvania LPN license required. Current BLS certification required and 2 years prior experience preferred but not required.
• ARU (Casual)
• Geropsych (Full-Time)
OPSU/ENDO/PACU Manager – The OPSU/ENDO/PACU Manager supports the AVP, Perioperative Services in the management of clinical nursing practices and patient care delivery, the management of resources, the development of personnel, maintaining compliance with professional and regulatory standards, strategic planning, and the fostering of collaborative interdisciplinary relationships with units within the Hospital. RN, BSN preferred with prior experience in OPSU, ENDO, or PACU strongly preferred. Must possess strong leadership and organizational skills; positive behavioral and customer service traits.
Unit Secretary – OPSU (Part Time) – This position will provide clerical services to the unit under the direction of the Charge Nurse and /or Director as well as maintaining the clinical records in compliance with hospital policy. The Unit Secretary will also be responsible for maintaining an effective flow of communication to the nursing unit. Candidates must have good telephone, computer, and time management skills and be highly organized.
OTHER EXCITING OPPORTUNITIES
Medical Assistant – Pain Center (Full Time) – The Medical Assistant will perform clerical tasks in a physician office setting (Pain Center) under the direction of the Clinical Manager, Hospital management and physician(s). Graduate of an accredited medical assisting program or equivalent work experience required. Daylight 7:30 – 4pm.
Painter – Facilities Management (Full Time) – This position will perform routine spackling, painting, wall covering, wall covering repair, plaster repair, and minor repairs to carpet and vinyl floor coverings, as needed, to continuously upgrade the cosmetic appearance of the Hospital. Must have previous relevant experience.
Administrative Assistant – Pain Center (Part – Time)– The Administrative Assistant I is responsible for all clerical duties of the practice including but not limited to coordinating services, scheduling patients, insurance verification, physician billing, co-payment collection and deposit, volume data collection, maintaining par level of office supplies and forms, and maintenance of Medical Records. HS Diploma or equivalent required and knowledge of health care insurance.
Assistant Director – Case Management – The Assistant Director of Case Management assists in the planning, implementation, maintenance, and evaluation of the department care management processes; reviews the data and development of action plans to improve the operations and functioning of the department; performs inpatient transfer arrangements to alternative levels of care; and serves as a role model and mentor to facilitate positive patient outcomes for the patient, family, and the community. Bachelor degree in nursing or other health related field required. Masters degree in health related field preferred. MSW licensure in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania preferred. In lieu of MSW licensure, RN licensure preferred.5 years of clinical experience with 2 years management experience.
Aide – Environmental Services (Full Time) -This position may work a rotating schedule to include evenings, weekends & holidays. Responsible for the cleanliness of Hospital (mop & buff, removal various trash, outside grounds work). Exp. preferred but not necessary. H.S. diploma or GED required.
Surgical Tech – OR – (Full-time) –The Surgical Technician is responsible for assisting the surgical team with the multidisciplinary activities required to provide the highest standard of care for the perioperative patient. The Surgical Technician functions under the supervision of the RN and as a member of the OR team. Graduate from an approved School of Surgical Technology required. Certification in Surgical Technology preferred. Current CPR certification required.
Registration Clerk – Patient Access (Full-Time) – The Registration Clerk is responsible for timely and accurate registration. The Registration Clerk interviews patients for financial and demographic information that will ensure financial viability of the Hospital. High school diploma or equivalent required. Possess and/or achieve technical certification through national Patient Access Associates preferred. One (1) year experience in a medical office or hospital setting preferred. Knowledge of Insurance, typing/keyboarding, customer service skills, point-of-service collections experience preferred.
Instructor – School of Nursing (Full Time) – Provides theoretical and didactic experiences for students, based on sound educational principles. Provides educational experience for students in which to prepare students to function as an entry level registered nurse. Formal Education: Master’s Degree in Nursing from an approved professional nursing program (or intent to complete MSN within 5 years of teaching in PA). Credentials: PA RN Licensure three years experience teaching in nursing education preferred. Experience teaching maternity preferred.
Administrative Support Assistant – Medical Records (Full-Time) -The Administrative Support Assistant is responsible for filing, retrieving, assembling, reviewing, and distributing medical records as well as respond to requests for records. High school diploma or equivalent required. Previous experience in Health Information Management preferred.
Payroll Coordinator – Accounting/Finance (Full-Time)– This position is responsible for processing bi-weekly multi-state payroll, maintain payroll records for tax reporting, oversee accounts payable and process appropriate invoices for payment, and prepare monthly, quarterly and year-end reports.
Education, experience & skills:
1. Post secondary two or four-year college degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field preferred.
2. Payroll Professional certification preferred.
3. 5-7 years of experience complete in-house payroll processing
4. Prior experience with quarterly and annual payroll tax reporting and submission required.
5. Kronos experience preferred.
6. Three (3) years of experience in Accounts Payable preferred.
7. Accounting experience preferred.
Patient Account Rep – (Full –Time) The Patient Account Representative is responsible to provide follow-up on unpaid patient accounts receivable. Minimum one (1) year Hospital or physician experience preferred in a PFS setting with emphasis on insurance reimbursement and self pay collections required. Associates degree in Business or health related field preferred. Possess and/or achieve technical certification through the American Association of Health Care Administration Management preferred.
Lead Histologist – Lab (Full-Time) -Responsible for the daily operation and oversight of the Histology Laboratory. Oversees the workflow to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the department and the completion of work on surgical tissues. Directs personnel engaged in the collection and transport of patient specimens and the processing and handling of surgical Laboratory specimens to support patient and employee safety. Provides Administrative Director information and reports as requested. Performs tissue embedding, cutting and staining in a manner that is accurate and timely for reading by the Pathologist. High School Diploma or equivalent plus graduate of a certified Histology program. Board of Registry Certification HT(ASCP) or eligible. Five years of experience required.
Speech Pathologist – Rehabilitation Services (casual) – The Casual Speech Pathologist performs direct patient care activities including evaluation, planning, and implementation of a treatment plan to individuals who are communicatively impaired or have swallow disorders (must be able to perform modified barium swallow studies). Masters degree in Speech Language Pathology required. Current license in Speech Pathology in Pennsylvania required. ASHA certification and current membership required. One (1) year previous hospital experience required.
ECHO Tech – Cardiology (Casual) – Primarily responsible for performing transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiograms on the adult and geriatric patient. In addition, this technician is also responsible for performing other diagnostic cardiographic tests within the scope of care defined by the Hospital. Must be a registered ECHO Tech with two years acute care hospital experience.
Medical Technologist – Lab (casual) – The Medical Technologist performs and correlates chemical, bacteriological, serological, or microscopic procedures in one or more laboratory sections. Bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology, Chemistry, or Biology required. Graduation from an accredited Medical Technology program required. Board of Registry Certification MT(ASCP) or CLT(HEW) or board eligible required.
Phlebotomist – Laboratory (Casual) – This position will collect blood and other specimens from the patient; and process specimens for courier pickup by the reference Laboratory.Rotating Days schedule. Previous experience preferred and a Graduate from a Phlebotomy training program required.
Monitor Technician – IMC (Casual) – This position will perform continuous observation, interpretation and communication of cardiac rhythms for telemetry patients and provide patient care including vitals, glucose, and ADLs.