Respiratory Therapist - NightsJob ID 300826 Date posted 04/01/2023
- Eau Claire, WI
- Full Time
- Respiratory Therapy
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New grads and experienced are welcome to apply.
Minimum of $6,000 for relocation available to those who qualify.
A respiratory therapist provides assessment, treatment, and monitoring of cardiopulmonary disease across the continuum of care. A respiratory therapist functions as part of an interdisciplinary team that coordinates and provides continuity of care in a financially responsible manner. A respiratory therapist is able to quickly and accurately assess a patient's condition and communicates effectively to the care team concerning changes in patient's condition, results of diagnostic studies, symptomatology, and response to treatment.
Float Opportunity within the Northwest Wisconsin Region:
- Eau Claire
Mileage Reimbursement above normal commute
The Respiratory Therapist job requires graduation from an accredited school of Respiratory Therapy and basic computer literacy. Good verbal and written communication skills required. Function with initiative and independent judgment, Desire for continuous quality improvement.
Bachelor's degree in Respiratory Therapy or healthcare related field is preferred. Previous hospital experience preferred. Additional NBRC specialty credentials preferred.
License or Certification:
All respiratory therapists will hold the National Board for Respiratory Care entry level certification (CRT) prior to their first day of Mayo employment. All graduate respiratory therapists must possess valid permission (permanent or temporary permit) to practice with the licensing board in the state of hire prior to their first day of Mayo employment. The Registered Respiratory Therapist credential is required upon hire or by the end of one year of employment and must be maintained throughout employment. Basic Life Support certification is required upon hire or within 90 days from date of hire. Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) or equivalent determined by site is required upon hire or within 6 months from date of hire. Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) where applicable. Additional life support certifications may be required by site of hire. All required certifications must be maintained throughout employment.
Night Shift , 6, 12 hour shifts per pay period Float Opportunity within the Northwest Wisconsin Region: -Eau Claire -Osseo -Barron -Bloomer -Menomonie Mileage Reimbursement above normal commute
Every third weekend, you can't take PTO on your scheduled weekend. You must trade it. Holidays are two per year, according to holiday rotation schedule.
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