Clinical Dietician Food/Nutrition Services
Job Summary: Responsible for assessing appropriateness of diet and supplemental feedings, application of nutrition principles and consultation techniques for neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients. Maintains a positive rapport with medical and healthcare staff.
Position Requirements: Minimum Education: Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Dietetics, completion of CADE approved Dietetic internship. Required Registration License/Certification: Registered with the ADA or KDA.. Current Kansas licensure. Certificate of dietetic registration. Current license from Kansas Department of Health and Environment. Registration with Commission of Dietetic Registration and Licensure with Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
PRN Various Shifts
Position Summary: Clinical psychologists aim to reduce the distress and improve the psychological well-being of patients. They use the psychological methods and research to make positive changes to their clients' lives and will offer various forms of treatment. Clinical psychologists often work along side other professionals in multi-disciplinary teams in order to tackle complex patient problems. Clinical psychologists work with clients of all ages on a variety of different mental or physical health problems. Psychologists deliver direct clinical services such as alcohol / drug assessments, psychological and neuropsychological testing and psychotherapy.
Position Qualifications: Minimum Education: Degree in Psychology, PHD or PSYD required. Minimum Experience: Prefer 2-3 years psychiatric clinical experience preferred. Required Registration/License/Certification: Basic Life Support Certification, obtained within 90 days of employment. Crisis Prevention Institute Certification, obtained within 6 months of employment. Kansas licensure or equivalent (Licensed Psychologist LP). AAPS Certification / Alcohol Drug Certification preferred
Full Time Day Shift Monday- Friday Psych Clinic
Occupational Therapist Infant Child Development
This position is responsible for the provision of occupational therapy services for those patients primarily ages 0-3 years in the infant-child development (ICD) program who demonstrate delays or deficits in activities of daily living (including play), neuromuscular, sensory-integrative, cognitive, or psychosocial abilities. Plans, organizes and implements occupational therapy services for patients and families in the ICD program including comprehensive assessment, development of treatment plan, delivery and documentation of service, education, consultation, and discharge/transition planning.
Minimum Education/Field of Expertise: Bachelors of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy with registration to practice occupational therapy in Kansas by the Kansas Board of Healing Arts.
Preferred Experience: One year of experience in pediatric occupational therapy.
Required Registration License/Certification: Bachelors of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy with registration by the Kansas Board of Healing Arts.
Full Time Day Shift M-F 8-5
Occupational Health Partners
JOB SUMMARY: Evaluates patients, plans and implements specific treatment programs for individual patients according to the professional practice of Physical Therapy. Works closely with Occupational Health Physicians to advance the practice of Occupational Medicine in the community and region.
REQUIREMENTS:Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree in Physical Therapy, Masters of Physical Therapy, Doctorate of Physical Therapy preferred. Minimum Experience: Hospital experience preferred. Required Registration/License/Certification: Current Kansas Physical Therapist license or eligible for licensure. CPR certification(Basic Cardiac Life Support [American Red Cross-CPR for the Professional Rescuer] or Basic Life Support [American Heart Association-Health Care Provider] certification obtained within 90 days of employment
Full Time Days Monday-Friday 8a-5p
Radiologic Technologist Nuclear Med
Position Summary: The Nuclear Medicine technologist performs general diagnostic studies on all patient populations (neonate through geriatric) and exhibits superior levels of customer service. The Nuclear Medicine technologist effectively operates radiographic equipment to produce quality images in a variety of settings (Radiology Department and Imaging Center). The technologist explains procedures to the patient and answers any question the patient may have. The technologist demonstrates appropriate patient positioning, and obtains optimum views of specified anatomy. The technologist adjusts equipment controls and adjusts the radioactive dose for the particular study. The technologist demonstrates effective radiation safety practices and assists the Radiologist, when necessary. The technologist interacts with numerous computer programs and systems on a daily basis.
Position Qualifications: Minimum Education: Graduate of an AMA approved School of Radiologic Technology. Minimum Experience: One year hospital experience preferred. Required Registration/License/Certification: ARRT, BLS Certification within 90 days of employment
Full Time Days Monday –Friday on-call evenings, weekends and holidays
Teacher, Early Childhood Special Ed
Position Summary: This position is responsible for the provision of early childhood special education services for those patients primarily ages 0-3 years in the Infant Child Development (ICD) program who demonstrate delays or deficits in any area of their development (cognitive, speech, motor, vision, hearing, adaptive/self help behaviors). Plans, organizes and implements early childhood special education services for patients and families in the ICD program including comprehensive assessment, development of treatment plan, delivery and documentation of service, education, consultation, and discharge/transition planning.
Position Qualifications: Minimum Education: Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Special Education or Early Childhood Unified. Minimum Experience: One year of experience in early childhood special education preferred. Experience with assistive technology and sign language preferred. Required Registration/License/Certification :Kansas Teaching license, Valid Kansas Driver’s license. Basic Life Support certification from either American Red Cross CPR/AED for the Health Care Provider or Basic Life Support (American Heart Association-Health Care Provider) successfully completed within the fir 90 days of employment.
Full Time Days Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
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