Unit Clerk/Monitor Technician - ICU in Fairfield, CA at Northbay Healthcare

Date Posted: 2/18/2021

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    1200 B Gale Wilson Boulevard
    Fairfield, CA
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Job Description


Unit Clerk/Monitor Technician - ICU
Part Time, 0.9
NorthBay Medical Center
Fairfield, CA

At NorthBay Healthcare, the Unit Clerk/Monitor Technician is responsible for ongoing monitoring and analysis of cardiac rhythms under the direction and supervision of a licensed, registered nurse, in addition to general clerical and reception duties.  The Unit Clerk/Monitor Technician, utilizing the Jean Watson Nursing Theory of Caring and the Relationship Based Care Model, provides assistance to patients, families, visitors, colleagues to provide excellent customer service.  Supports the mission, vision, values and expectation of excellence of the organization.  Contributes to the provision of quality nursing care through performance improvement technique that demonstrates positive patient outcomes.

Education:  High school graduate or equivalent. Course in medical terminology preferred.

Licensure:  Current AHA or equivalent *CPR Certification required.  Telemetry certified within 3 months of date of hire. 

Experience:  Previous unit clerk or monitor technician experience preferred.

Skills:  Computer skills and proficiency with medical terminology/abbreviations is preferred.  High level of initiative and independent work skills. Excellent organizational and time management skills.  Must demonstrate and maintain current knowledge and skill in care for patients in the following age groups: geriatric, adult, young adult, adolescent, or pediatric.

Interpersonal Skills: Interacts with patients, staff and visitors in a pleasant, cooperative, and courteous manner.

Physical Effort: Able to perform principle duties and responsibilities.  Performs all physical duties of the job including lifting, bending, pushing, sitting, standing, walking, kneeling, twisting, reaching, corrected vision, corrected hearing, and fine motor skills.

Hours of Work:  Variable.

Other:  Completion of annual organizational requirements for employment.

Beginning June 1, 2019, all CNA/Technician positions in the Patient Care Services Department will be required to wear Bahama (Dark Teal-Green) colored scrubs per the dress code policy. 

•       Certification classification has to be either ‘Healthcare Provider’ or ‘Emergency Responder’
•       Course should include practice guidelines as well as hands-on demonstration and competency sign-off
•       Certifications completed via an 'online only' course is not acceptable per the organization’s requirements