Admitting Representative

Will be responsible for registering patients. Will follow through on all daily inpatient functions; verify all demographic information as well as insurance information through various insurance websites; pre-registration for all elective procedures and obtain pre-certifications. Will collet co-payments on patientt; all self-pay accounts must be check through the Medicate website.  Must be able to work efficiently and independently in a fast paced environment. Excellent interpersonal skills with attention to detail; must be able to multi-task.  Insurance experience required; Meditech experience a plus. 

24 hrs./wk. (float 1st/2nd shift) to cover weekend schedule.

CT Scan Technologist

8 hrs./wk - every other Saturday and Sunday 4 PM - 12 midnight including holiday coverage.  Will perform duties in the CT Dept. including scanning and procedures while providing optimal patient care. Ability to independently operate all CT equipment with adherence to policy and procedural protocols.  Qualifications:  Completion of an accredited Radiology Technology program with advanced training in Computed Axial Tomography preferred; current ARRT and CT State License  or eligible; CT Certified or eligible and CPR Certification.

Case Manager

 Must be an R.N. with a BSN and hold a CT State License, as well as 3-5 years of Case Management experience.  Computer skills and strong verbal and written skills required.  Knowledge of Milliman Care Guidelines preferred.  Must have knowledge of Medicare Guidelines and Utilization Review and Discharge Planning experience in an acute care hospital setting.  Candidate will be responsible for performing concurrent reviews for all insurance companies, coordinating discharge plans.

Per Diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of hours/no benefits with this position.

Certified Nursing Assistant

Performs various duties assisting in the treatment and nursing care for the pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patient based on a fundamental knowledge and utilization of the nursing process and in accordance with established hospital policies and procedures.  Qualifications:  Must be a graduate of a Certified Nursing Assistant Program; State of Connecticut Certification is required. Must have a minimum 1 year inpatient experience in a Hospital or Nursing Home.  Skills:  BLS; basic computer skills including the ability to enter information pertaining to patient care per hospital policy.  Familiarity in working in Windows environment; knowledge of medical terminology; demonstrated working knowledge of a computerized medical information management system; demonstrated positive interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and project a positive image; good written and verbal communication skills required.

32 hrs./wk  SO3/Float (#1250-19C)  3 PM - 11:30 PM including e/o w/e and holiday.

 

Certified Surgical Technician - Operating Room

Full time:  (3)- 40 hr./wk. positions (#1208-18ST; #1236-18ST; 1275-19ST) Monday - Friday with call rotation for weekends, weekdays and holidays). The Surgical Technologist is an individual with specialized education who functions as a member of the surgical team in the role of the scrub person.  He / she handles the instruments, supplies and equipment necessary during surgical procedures.  Will have an understanding of the procedure being performed and anticipate the needs of the surgeon.  Will have the necessary knowledge and ability to ensure quality patient care during the operative procedure and is constantly on vigil for maintenance of the sterile field.  Surgical Technologists work under medical supervision to facilitate the safe and effective conduct of invasive surgical procedures.  QualificationsMust be a Certified Surgical Technologist, a graduate of an accredited Surgical Technologist program; certification is required; 2 years experience preferred; current  BLS certification required; Ortho experience preferred.

Coder (Outpatient)

Coding resource will perform all types of Outpatient category coding, as required per the Hospital's needs.  When coding Outpatient encounters, coder is responsible for identifying principals and secondary diagnoses and procedures on all Outpatient discharges, assigning appropriate ICD-10-CM and CPT and HCPCs codes to each and for verifying and maintaining the accuracy of the abstracted clinical and financial data.  Employee accepts accountability for quality, timeliness, completeness and accuracy of charts coded in each category and all abstraction and data entry to support all regulatory compliance, including core measures and hospital statistics.  Qualifications:  Formal HIM education with National Certification held for both Inpatient and Outpatient - AHIMA- CCS, CPC, CHC, RHIA, RHIT.  Minimum 2 years progressive coding and/or coding review experience with claims processing and data abstracting responsibilities in a Hospital setting.  Strong ICD-10-CM, CPT, HCPCS and PCS coding knowledge required coupled with thorough understanding of coding ethics, audit, abstracting and compliance.  Strong verbal communication, written and presentation skills.  Strong computer/PC skills needed.

Per Diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept.  No guarantee of hours/no benefits with this position.

Cook

Will prepare food for all patients and customers in a clean environment practicing safe food handling; will read recipes, takes inventory and places food orders. Must have "Serve-Safe" Certification  within 6 months of hire.  Must have a minimum of one year Nursing Home or Hospital Cooking experience.  Prior Restaurant / Healthcare / Clinical food service experience preferred. Must be familiar with HACCP. Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs. and withstand extended periods of standing and walking.

 40 hrs./wk. with a floating schedule to include e/o weekend and holiday.

Dietetic Technician

The Dietetic Technician will ensure that patients receive optimal nourishment based on MD orders, medical specific needs and patients' personal preference. Candidates must demonstrate effective organizational skills to ensure the smooth functioning of dietary service by adhering to established standards for obtaining and processing patient meal selections.  Must be technologically savvy with the ability to utilize electronic diet office systems. An Associate's degree  and Registration (or Registration eligible) as a Dietetic Technician with the American Dietetic Association or a Bachelor's Degree in Food and Nutrition.   Matriculating student in either program will be considered based on completed coursework, internship hours completed and work history.

40 hrs./wk. on the day shift with rotating weekends and holidays.

Emergency Room Technician

Will demonstrate the knowledge and skill necessary to provide care to the appropriate age of the patient.  Facilitates timely, individualized care of assigned patient under the direction of the RN.  Works collaboratively with RN/MD staff in order to meet individualized needs of the patient.  Provides patient safety in a manner that prevents injury. Perform expected tasks routinely and proactively.  Education:  High School Diploma or equivalent.  Qualifications:  EMT with State of CT Certification required; or must be a graduate of a Certified Nursing Assistant Program with a State of CT Certificate required; or nursing student in an RN program through first semester. One year ER experience required.  Current BLS Certification; knowledge of medical terminology and familiarity working in a Windows environment.  Must have good written and verbal communication skills. 

24 hrs./wk. 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM including every other weekend and holiday.

 

Utility/Food Service Aide

Will maintain a clean, sanitary environment for patients, visitors and staff.  Basic function of the position is cleaning dishes, pots, equipment and floors.  May assist with stocking/inventory; distribution of supplies and equipment; set-up and stock the beverage area; collect and disposes of trash and garbage containers; clean and sanitizes workstation; delivers food items as necessary to patient areas and meeting rooms.   May also be required to prepare for service before and after meas; all  other duties as directed by the Manager.  High School graduate or equivalent (GED); must have good customer services skills/communication skills and be able to speak, understand and write English; must be able to lift supplies and equipment weighing 50 lbs. or more with the ability to tolerate long periods of walking, standing and bending.  Must be able to tolerate extreme heat under Kitchen conditions.  Must have an understanding of regulatory and sanitation practices and policies; prior food service experience helpful.

40 hrs./wk. 7 AM - 3:30 PM Sunday - Thursday/rotating weeeknds.

Floor Refinisher / Service Aide

Duties include trash, linen and medical waste removal;  general cleaning, sweeping, mopping of floors, shampooing carpets, buffing, stripping & waxing floors; general cleaning of patient areas and non-patient areas.  Floor care experience preferred.  Will train, however candidate must successfully complete floor care training program within 90 days.  Must be able to climbing ladders; bending and lifting up to 50lbs is required.  

40 hrs./wk. 11 P-7 A including every other weekend and holiday.

HVAC Technician

Minimum of 5 years experience in related field. Must have HS Diploma. Trade school courses in HVAC, electricity, controls (electronic and pneumatic) preferred. Experience in Healthcare (Hospital, Long Term care institutions) or Labroatory strongly preferred. Commercial experience could be acceptable if related to position.  Required to work weekends and holidays on a rotating basis as per schedule and occasional shift work including 2nd and 3rd shift as per department needs.  Required to work scheduled and unscheduled overtime as per work demands.  Will provide support in snow removal on hospital grounds and off site areas as required.  Under the general supervision of the Director of Facilities or designee, is responsible for work of complex difficulty in operations, maintenance, modification, troubleshooting, and repair of facility HVAC systems which include all components related to commercial grade heating (low and high pressure boilers), ventilation, air handlers, and air conditioning units (centrifugal, DX units, split system units), air compressors and multi-zone systems that incorporate pneumatic, electronic, and/or programmable logic controls. Responsible for general building (main hospital) and off site facilities maintenance as work demand requires. Must have HS diploma, Trade school courses in HVAC, electricity, controls (electronic and pneumatic) preferred. Perform work with greater degree of self-sufficiency and independence. Experience in Healthcare (Hospital or Long Term Care institutions) or Laboratory strongly preferred. Commercial experience could be acceptable if related to position. Knowledge of federal, state and local codes and ordinances related to facilities plumbing and piping systems. Ability to read schematics and blueprints and/or technical manuals, engineering drawings, and sequences of operations. Understanding and willing to learn of Building Automation Systems. Fire Protection Systems, HVAC Systems and Building Maintenance. Ability to read, understand, follow and enforce safety procedures, analytical ability for problem solving and to communicate effectively with others in writing and verbally. Provide technical expertise to his/her superiors and guidance and direction to lower level personnel. Ability to work in multidisciplinary department as part of a team.

HVAC Technician S1 or D1:  40 hrs./wk. on the 1st shift.  License required  for this position is S1 or D1 with ability acquiring OE2 License in 6 months from date of hire. 

 

Imaging Information Specialist/Radiology Records Associate

Per Diem positions available to cover hours as needed within the Dept.  No guarantee of weekly hours worked / no benefits with these positions.   Will provide skilled office support to Radiologists  and Technologist with heavy phone interaction;  will burn imaging on CD's along with document scanning; will perform Quality Assessment on report, pull/file patient film; patient registration, order entry, insurance verification and collection of co-pay's.  Will utilize a network of computerized systems including Meditech, Powerscribe and Stentor; will provide quality service to patients, physicians and techs.  Requirements:  High School graduate or equivalent with experience in an Imaging Office or similar medical office setting; medical terminology / imaging procedure terminology with excellent communication and organizational skills required.

Interventional/Radiologic Technologist

40 hrs./wk. (20 hrs. Interventional and 20 hrs. Radiology)  Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM with on call.  Ability to work in IR and also  in X-ray.  Experience requires successful completion from an accredited school of Radiologic Technology; current ARRT and CT State License or eligible.  A minimum of two years diagnostic radiology experience preferred, ideally in a hospital setting; IR experience is preferred along with CPR certification.

Medical Technologist

 Performs various technical duties in the disciplines of Blood Bank, Chemistry and Hematology.  Operates both automated and manual testing instrumentation.  Evaluates quality control and verifies all patient results prior to release.  Contact physicians to report critical results in accordance with Laboratory policy. Can be trained to perform off-shift testing in Microbiology.  Performs various computer operations in the Meditech computer system, including patient registration/order entry, automated and manual result entry, quality control entry and patient result reporting.  In addition, collects blood specimens in all areas of the Hospital, if required.  Requires 2 year or 4 year degree in Medical Technology or biology.  Requires demonstrated technical proficiency in the Clinical Lab; experience with automated and manual instrumentation and experience and knowledge relating to collection of blood specimens from patients of all ages.  Unless indicated, all responsibilities are essential functions of the position.

Per Diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept.  No guarantee of hours worked/no benefits with this position.

Medical Lab Tech / Medical Technologist

Will perform various technical duties in the Laboratory.  Operates both automated and manual testing instrumentation.  Evaluates quality control and verifies all patient results prior to release.  Contacts physicians to report critical results in accordance with laboratory policy; performs various computer operations in Meditech computer system, including patient registration / order entry, automated and manual result entry, quality control entry and patient result reporting.  In addition collects blood specimens in all areas of the hospital and Milford Medical Laboratory if required.  Requirements:  2 yr. or 4 yr. degree in medical technology or biology; clinical laboratory experience required.  Demonstrated technical proficiency in the Microbiology section of the Lab; experience with automated and manual instrumentation; experience and knowledge relating to collection of blood specimens from patients of all ages; keyboarding skills relating to Meditech computer system; unless indicated all responsibilities are essential functions of the position.

Per diem positions to cover hours as needed within the Dept.  No guarantee of hours/no benefits with these positions.

40 hrs./wk. on the 1st shift.  In addition to above, must have demonstrated technical proficiency in the Microbiology section of the Lab. 

MRI TECHNOLOGIST

Performs all MRI Imaging exams and procedures in a hospital environment.  Ability to independently operate MRI scanner in a safe and effective manner while providing optimal patient care.  Prefer a minimum of 6 months MRI experience; successful completion from an accredited school of Radiologic Technology; minimum of 2 years diagnostic radiology experience, preferably in a hospital setting; current ARRT and State License; MRI Registry (required within 18 months of hire or 18 months of initial training date); BLS certification.

2- Per Diem positions to cover hours as needed within the Dept.  No guarantee of hours or benefits with these positions.

24 hrs./wk.  Monday & Friday  8 AM - 6:30 PM; Satruday 8 AM - 12 noon including holiday coverage.

NURSING SUPERVISOR

Per Diem position to cover hours as needed; no benefits with this position.  The Nursing Supervisor is responsible for the nursing care provided to patients, allocates and redistributes human and physical resources, assures patient safety, acts as resource person to staff, resolves problems for all hospital departments. Assures adequate staffing levels and mix for each nursing unit.  Qualifications: CT RN License.  BLS, ACLS required;  BSN or BS required; minimum 5 years professional experience in acute care required.  1-2 years of supervisory experience preferred. 

Occupational Therapist

Per diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of hours/no benefits with this position.  Will provide OT services to develop, improve or restore skills in activities of daily living, work or productive activities in play and leisure. Intervention involves therapeutic use of meaningful and purposeful occupations adaptation of environments, promotion of health and wellness, grades tasks and activities as prerequisites to engagement in occupation, design, fabrication, application or training in the use of assistive technology or othotic/prosthetic devices, application of physical agent modalities and application of ergonomic principles to the performance of occupation.  Serves as a resource person for the team and department; participates in orientation of new staff therapist, physicians and other health personnel.  Requirements:  Bachelor's degree in Occupational Therapy is required, with Master's degree preferred.  Must have a current Occupational Therapy license in CT.  Must be able to push-pull, lift-carry and transfer patients.

OPERATING ROOM ASSISTANT

40 hrs./wk.  (#1264-19ORA):   Flexible shifts/hours between 6:30 AM - 7:30 PM Monday - Friday; call rotation on weekends and holidays.  Under the direction of the RN, assists the perioperative care team in many aspects of patient care, including but not limited to, patient care assistance, care of the environment, stocking rooms, picking cases, transportation of patients, supplies/equipment, specimens and blood products to, from and within the surgical unit. Must be a High School graduate; preferable a graduate of an Operating Room Assistant program, Surgical Technician program, or a C.N.A. Must be knowledgeable regarding basic medical terminology, be able to identify many pieces of equipment used in the OR, be able to differentiate sterile from unsterile. Must successfully complete an orientation program in the Perioperative Services Dept. Must be able to take call independently on weekend; BLS with previous OR exp. preferred.

Pharmacist

Per diem positions (2) to cover primarily evening and weekend shifts within the Dept.  There are no guarantee of hours/no benefits with these positions. The Pharmacist will interpret physician prescriptions and medication orders.  Acts as a drug information resource to patients, medical staff, nursing and ancillary department personnel.  Compounds and dispenses prescribed medications and other pharmaceuticals for patient care by performing the related duties.  Requirements:  Doctorate of Pharmacy degree or Bachelor of Science degree or equivalent;  graduate from an accredited School of Pharmacy;  current Pharmacist certification or licensure in the state of CT;  Meditech experience preferred.

 

Pharmacy Technician

Will assist the Pharmacist by filling physician orders for medications for oral, rectal, topical and injectable use; mixes IV admixture solutions as required using aseptic technique in the Laminar Air Flow Hood; Omnicell; type's labels, prepares and files charge slips and performs other related duties.  Requirements:  High School Graduate or equivalent; One-year related pharmacy experience and/or training or graduate of a certified training program/healthcare careers college.  Education in all age groups obtained with in school education, experience or subsequent training.  Appropriate certificates or licenses is required for the position; IV admixture / clean room experience preferred.

Per diem positon to cover hours as needed within the Dept.  No guarantee of hours/no benefits with this position.

Phlebotomist

Collects blood specimens at the Hospital, Milford Medical Lab, Patient Service Center’s (Out labs), Physician Office Collection Stations and Nursing Homes. Delivers specimens to the Laboratory.  Travels to nursing homes and remote collection stations as required. Registers patient in Meditech if required. Order-enters all requested patient testing. Receives all collected specimens into Meditech. Generates and processes Meditech Collection Batches at the appointed. Collects STAT’s; using the Meditech generated specimen labels.  Processes all specimens and requisitions, insuring that the documentation and the specimens are distributed as required.   Answers general Laboratory telephones and performs other clerical duties as required. Phlebotomy experience is required; valid CT driver's license with good driving history required. 

Per diem - (3) positions available to cover hours as needed within the Dept.  No guarantee of hours/ benefits with these positions. 

24 hrs./wk. to draw blood and collect specimens at the Nursing Homes and Hospital.

PHYSICAL THERAPIST- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Per Diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of hours/no benefits with this position.  Will provide physical therapy services to patients who have impairments, functional limitations, disabilities or changes in physical function and health status resulting from injury, disease or other causes; provide prevention and wellness services, including screening and health promotion.  The physical therapist works within the practice guidelines as defined by Connecticut state law.  Requirements:  Bachelor degree in Physical Therapy, with Master's or Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy preferred. Current Physical Therapist license in Connecticut. Prior experience in an Acute Care environment preferred. Computer literacy, specific to clinical documentation is preferred.

Radiology Aide/Patient Trasport

Will transport patients  to the Diagnostic Imaging Department from all areas of the hospital. Will assist technologist in providing optimal patient care.  Will transport patients by wheelchair or stretcher and transfer patients from beds, chairs and imaging tables.  Training and knowledge of Universal Precautions; understanding and acceptance of possible exposure to blood and bodily fluids; knowledge and safety standards regarding oxygen equipment, I-med, monitors  and catheters;  ability to move / lift a minimum weight of 100 lbs. on a routine basis; ensures comfort, dignity and confidentiality of patients and have the ability to appropriately respond to the patient needs during transport. High School Diploma or equivalent; Minimum of 1 year patient care and/or hospital experience preferred; CPR Certification.

(2) 40 hr./wk. positions on the day/eve. shift to include rotational weekends and holidays.

Radiologic Technologist / MA - Walk-In Center

8 hrs./wk. every other weekend 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM at the Walk-In Center.  Will perform optimal diagnostic imaging procedures as well as at the hospital when required.  Demonstrate competency in all imaging exams including operating room procedurs and trauma work at the Walk-in/hospital.  Demonstrate competency in venipuncture, with the ability to collect blood specimens; other functions as requested by area Supervisor.  Must be a graduate of an accredited school of Radiologic Sciences; minimum of 3 years radiology experience preferred; must have current ARRT & CT State License; CPR certification and venipuncture experience is preferred. 

Radiologic Technologist

Per diem positions (2) to cover hours as needed within the Dept. No guarantee of hours/no benefits with these positions. Primary Function:  Performs optimal diagnostic imaging procedures in a hospital environment.  Must have the ability to manipulate and operate x-ray equipment to include fluoroscopy unit, both portable and fixed.  Demonstrates competency in all imaging exams including operating room procedures and trauma work with the knowledge and expertise of all job responsibilities in various clinical settings using various imaging equipment.  Minimum of 1 year radiology experience preferred; must have current ARRT & CT State License or be registry eligible.

Registered Dietitian

Per diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept.  No guarantee of hours/no benefits with this position.  Coordinates all phases of nutrition care including nutrition assessment, care planning and providing education to fulfill Dept. objective of providing optimal nutritional care of patients in hospital and Yale IRU.  Requirements:  BS Degree in Food and Nutrition; must be Registered with and Certified with the State of Connecticut; experience in an acute care setting is required; Experience with Meditech and/or Epic desirable.

 

 

 

Registered Nurse

SCHEDULED HOURS - Registered Nurse positions available on the follow units.  Will rotate every other weekend/holiday.

MEDICAL/ SURGICAL (MEMORIAL 3-WEST):  BLS required; Telemetry experience preferred.

R.N. (1290-19R)  36 hrs.  7:00 AM - 3:30 PM (3x12)

R.N. (#1287-19R)  36 hrs.  7:00 PM - 7:30 AM (3x12)

R.N. (#1285-19R)  36 hrs. 7:00 AM - 7:30 PM  (3x12)  OR 7:00 PM - 7:30 AM  day/night rotation - Flexible shifts

R.N. (#1280-19R)  36 hrs.  7:00 AM - 7:30 PM  (3x12)

R.N. (#1281-19R)  36 hrs.  7:00 AM - 7:30 PM (3x12)

R.N.  (#1260-19R)  24 hrs.  7:00 AM - 7:30 PM  (2x12)

AMBULATORY CARE (DIAGNOSTIC TREATMENT CENTER/SURGICENTER FLOAT):  ACLS and critical care experience required; 2 year RN experience required; GI  and chemo experience preferred; DTC on call coverage weekend/weekday/holiday.

**No positions currently available**

EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT:  ACLS required; PALS OR ENPC required; ER experience required.

R.N. (#1283-19R):  36 hrs.   7:00 PM - 7:30 AM

R.N. (#1211-19R):  36 hrs.   7:00 PM - 7:30 AM

OPERATING ROOM:  Ortho experience preferred.  2-3 years OR Experience required; Weekend/Weekday & Holiday call rotation

R.N. (#1267-19R)  40 hrs.  (5x8) between 7:00 AM - 7:30 PM 

INTENSIVE CARE UNIT:  ACLS and BLS required; ICU experience preferred; Telemetry experience required.

*No open positions at this time*

PACU: ACLS required; PALS required; Critical Care experience required; Recovery Room experience preferred; PACU certification preferred; call rotation, weekday, weekend and holiday.

*No open positions at this time*

SOUTH 3 - Ortho experience preferred

R.N. (#1253-19R)  40 hrs.  7:00 AM - 3:30 PM 12 or 8 hour flex shifts between 7:00 AM - 7:30 PM

R.N. (#1284-19R):  24 hrs.  7:00 AM - 7:30 PM 12 or 8 hour flex shifts between 7:00 AM - 7:30 PM


RESPIRATORY THERAPIST

Will assess, manage and perform diagnostic evaluation in addition to administering respiratory therapy to improve, assist, control and restore breathing to the newborn through geriatric patient.  Dept. provides respiratory care on a 24/7 basis and staff members should anticipate working every other weekend and holiday as well as any shift as deemed necessary for Dept. needs.  Qualifications:  Graduate of an AMA approved program for Respiratory Care, either a one year Technician program or a two year Therapist program.  Must be credentialed by the National Board of Respiratory Care (NBRC) as a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) and licensed by the State of CT.  One year minimum experience required.

40 hrs./wk. on the 2nd shift to include rotating weekends and holidays.

40 hrs./wk. on the 3rd shift to include rotating weekends and holidays.

 

Service Aide/Float

Duties include, but are not limited to general cleaning/disinfecting of assigned areas inlcuding patient rooms.  Sweeping, vacuuming, mopping floors and carpets; trash, linen and medical waste removal; Collect linen and pushinglinen carts throughout the facility.   Will complete meeting setups as needed.  Must be able to climb ladders, bend and lift up to 50 - 60  lbs.

24 hrs./wk - Weekday hours 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM / Weekend hours 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM - rotating weekends and holidays.

24 hrs./wk. 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM including every other weekend and holiday.

20 hrs./wk. 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM Mon.-Fri.; holidays and weekends as needed.

SPEECH PATHOLOGIST-Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Per diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept.  No guarantee of hours/no benefits with this position. Will plan and administer speech language pathology evaluations and plan and implement appropriate treatment.  Document provision of such care, utilize support staff and participate in special projects as designated.  Requirements/Qualifications:  Master's degree in Speech Language Pathology from an accredited university program; previous medical setting exp. preferred, although other relevant clinical exp. considered.  Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology from ASHA and current License to Practice Speech Language Pathology or New Graduate Privilege License (Temporary License) in Speech Language Pathology issued by the State of CT. 

SUPERVISOR - Microbiology

40 hrs./wk. 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM with rotating weekends and holidays.  Will supervise one section of the Clinical Laboratory on a day-to-day basis, but be  able to step in at need in any of the Sections defined as Supervisor, technical staff, or phlebotomist, reporting to the Chief Technologist/Lab Manager.  Must be qualified as a General Supervisor under CLIA'88 Sec 493.1461 or Sec. 493.1489 and have such experience as to be able to supervise all activities and personnel in Microbiology. Ability to supervise Chemistry, Hematology and Blood Bank sections of the Pathology Dept. is desirable but not immediately essential, as cross training in such disciplines will follow hiring.

SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR

Per Diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept.  Hours of coverage needed for all shifts, but mainly needed for 2nd shift (4:00 PM - 12 midnight) and 3rd shift (12 midnight to 8:00 AM).  No guarantee of hours/no benefits with this position.  Prior office/telephone experience with previous switchboard experience a plus.

Ultrasonographer

 Performs a variety of diverse duties in diagnostic medical sonography.   Performs ultrasound scans using real time, Doppler and color flow Doppler.   Assists physician in aspiration and biopsy procedures. Advanced knowledge of anatomy. Qualifications:  Must be a High School graduate or equivalent; Work requires sufficient education/training to acquire American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS) (RDCS); Registry eligible; one year completed formal ultrasound training;  CPR certified.

Per Diem position to cover hours as needed within the Dept.  No guarantee of hours/no benefits with this positions.

Per Diem position available to cover at least 2 shifts per month mostly on weekends.