Patient Care Technician II – FT


Full Time:  4am to 6am, hours subject to change. Mon, Wed, and Friday


Dialysis Center

Job Description:

The Hemodialysis Tech II position will coordinate with the Clinic Manager and Charge Nurse in the training process for all newly hired and existing staff members. The Hemodialysis Tech II is responsible for assisting all clinical floor training that teaches and integrates UH policies, procedures and dialysis theory for the treatment of ESRD (End-Stage Renal Disease) patients for all dialysis clinical floor position.
Direct Patient Care: PCTs work under the supervision of a RN, direct one-on-one patient care to provide safe, comfortable and hygienic dialysis treatment.
Technician Duties: Monitor patients before, during and after dialysis treatment including measuring and recording stats, patient observations, and hemodialysis machine setup.
Continuous Improvement: We are consistently looking for ways to improve processes for our patients and employees as we aim to build a good, safe healthcare environment.
Building long-term relationships with your patients who are suffering from end stage renal disease and are receiving treatment on average 3 times/week. You will also be responsible for educating patients on Kidney Dialysis related topics.
  1. Frequent exposure to communicable diseases, blood, and other bodily fluid borne diseases, toxic substances, ionizing radiation, medicinal preparations, and other conditions common to clinical environment.
  2. Nurse is required to wear protective clothing as needed per infection control’s universal precautions.

Job Qualifications:

  1. Desire to enter the health care field to care for other people in need
  2. High school diploma or equivalent
  3. Must be a PCT with at least a year of experience in hemodialysis within the last 24 months
  4. Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT) is required within 18 months
  5. Must have current American Heart Association, Basic Cardiac Life Support and Healthcare Provider card
  6. Must be comfortable working around blood and needles
  7. Must be comfortable mixing acid or bicarb
  8. Flexibility and availability to work mornings, evenings, weekends and holidays as needed
  9. Physical and mental ability to work long hours (some shifts are 12+ hours) on your feet so wear comfortable shoes! Our work ends when it’s safe for our patients.
  10. Willingness to train

How to Apply

Thank you for looking at our facility as a possible place for your future career path.
In addition to your resume, we also need an application completed with our organization.
Please download an application. Save this to your desktop with a different file name.
Then when you open that file you can use the Fill & Sign features.
Complete the application using Adobe or print it out and fill it all in as much as possible.
Make sure you give us (3) Three Personal References not related to you and phone numbers.
We will need contact information from your Previous Employers or supervisor and phone numbers.
Please fax the application to us if you can’t save as a separate PDF to attach to an e-mail for us.
We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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