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Jackson Hospital

Montgomery, Alabama

Jefferson State Community College

Director of Respiratory Therapy Program

This position closes on January 24, 2019 at 4:30 p.m. Interested applicants can click on the link below for additional information and to apply.

http://www.jeffersonstate.edu/about-jscc-2/human-resources/human-resources-positions-available/

Atmore Community Hopsital

Respiratory Therapist Full-Time 7p-7a

 

Responsibilities: 
Under general direction, position is responsible for setting up and operating various types of respiratory care equipment and performing or assisting with procedures utilized in the diagnosis or treatment of cardiopulmonary disease or illness. Demonstrates advanced skills and serves as mentor/preceptor. Full time night shift (36 hours/week), salary based on certification and experience. 

Qualifications: 
Minimum Qualifications: 
Graduate of AMA approved Respiratory Therapist Program 
Highly developed skill set that includes demonstrated critical thinking and analytical abilities 
Consistently demonstrated high level of performance related to core values 

Licensure/Certification/Registration: 
Registered or Certified by the National Board of Respiratory Care 
Licensed by the Alabama State Board of Respiratory Therapy 
Current American Heart Association BLS certification 

 Desired Qualifications: 
Associate degree or BS degree in Respiratory Science

 

Contact Information
Atmore Community Hospital
401 Medical Park Drive 
Atmore, Al 36502
Phone: 251-368-2500

East Alabama Medical Center

Contract & Full Time RRTs

Registered Respiratory Therapist In-House Contract

 

Short Term Staffing Agreement for Premium Pay:

13-week contract, $38/hour with $1,500 completion bonus

 

Minimum Requirements:

-Successful completion of all clinical rotations for respiratory therapy program

-Graduate from an entry or advanced level education program with a minimum of an associate degree or grandfathered into CRT program by NBRC

- Training in at least two patient populations

- Working knowledge of the arterial puncture procedure and interpretation

- Proficient in English

- ACLS, BLS, CRT and PALS must be obtained within 12 months of date of hire or transfer

- Must have current Alabama Board of Respiratory Therapy state license.

 

Please visit our website at www.eamc.org/careers to apply.

Baptist Medical Center South

Montgomery, AL

 

Respiratory Supervisor – Full-Time Night

Respiratory Care Practitioner - CRT/RRT – Full-Time
 

Role Purpose:

The Respiratory Therapy department at Baptist Medical Center South provides a full-service Pulmonary Care Team that delivers a wide range of therapy and interventions to inpatients, outpatients, and emergent/urgent care patients.  We take an interdisciplinary approach to care by attending high-risk deliveries, participating in critical care rounds and are members of the trauma and neonatal transport teams. 

System Overview:

Baptist Health’s mission to promote and improve the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of the communities it serves through the delivery of quality health care services began with the opening of its first facility, Baptist Medical Center South, in 1963. 

Baptist Health is the largest healthcare system serving central Alabama and, with more than 4,900 employees, it is also the largest non-governmental employer within this area. The three-hospital system includes Baptist Medical Center South (BMCS), Baptist Medical Center East (BMCE) and Prattville Baptist Hospital (PBH).

In addition to comprehensive hospital-based services with 24/7 emergency care, Baptist Health also offers outpatient specialty services including orthopedics, cardiology, oncology, primary care, general surgery, neurosciences, imaging, lab, breast health, wound care, sports medicine, diabetes and nutrition education, home health, hospice, sleep disorders, speech and hearing, mental health and physical rehabilitation. The system serves nearly 600,000 people in Central Alabama.

 

Our Respiratory positions include:

  • Full-time benefit package

  • Structured orientation

  • Opportunity for skill advancement

  • Electronic documentation

  • Intra-hospital communication via mobile devices

  • Flexible/Self scheduling

  • Certification pay

 

Supervisor:

Education / Experience:  Registered Therapist through the National Board for Respiratory Care or obtain RRT within a year of accepting the position.  If credentialed after 2002, must maintain active membership status for credentials issued by the National Board for Respiratory Care.  Two years of clinical experience required.

 

License / Certification required:  Current license from the Alabama State Board for Respiratory Therapy.  BCLS and NRP certifications. ACLS and PALS certifications are preferred.

 

RRT:

Education / Experience:  Current license from the Alabama State Board of Respiratory Therapy. Registered Respiratory Therapist through the National Board for Respiratory Care. If credentialed after 2002, must maintain active membership status for credentials issued by the National Board for Respiratory Care.

 

License / Certification required:  BCLS certification. ACLS, and PALS are preferred. NRP certification for those qualified to work in the NICU. 

 

CRT:

Education / Experience: Valid license from the Alabama State Board of Respiratory Therapy and Certified Respiratory Therapist through the National Board of Respiratory Care

"or"

Graduate therapist with a temporary license from the Alabama State Board of Respiratory Therapy.

Obtain RRT within 12 months in position is preferred.

 

License / Certification required:  Graduate therapist must obtain Certified Respiratory Therapist credential through the National Board for Respiratory Care within 3 months in position. Must obtain permanent license from the Alabama State Board of Respiratory Therapy within 30 days of obtaining the Certified Respiratory Therapist credential. ACLS, and PALS are preferred. NRP certification for those qualified to work in the NICU required.

 

 

Join central Alabama’s largest healthcare system!

visit: www.baptistfirst.org/careers

 

Thank you for your interest in Baptist Health.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.