Respiratory Therapist I or II- Respiratory Therapy- F/T Night Shift 36 Hrs at Careers
Job Description & Salary RangeUC Title: Respiratory Therapist I or IIPosition Number: 10001975Reports to: Respiratory Therapist III-SpvrWorking Title: Respiratory Therapist I or IICost Center: Respiratory Therapy (7180)Bargaining Unit: EXFLSA: NonexemptJob Code: 9048Date Created: 02/01/2016Shift: Night ShiftHours: 36.00
Position Summary: The Respiratory Care Practitioner evaluates pulmonary dysfunction and performs cardiopulmonary procedures to treat and care for the patient by means of respiratory therapy and ventilatory assistance.This position may be hired as a RT I or RT II
Salary Range: Rate Minimum $36.18 Maximum $47.79
Required Qualifications: Advanced Cardiac Life SupportBasic Life SupportCurrent RCP License or Work Permit from the State of California Respiratory Care Board. Must obtain RCP License prior to expiration of work permitFor NICU and pediatric trained RCPs, two (2) years' experience as a licensed respiratory care practitioner, with minimum one (1) year experience in the work areas associated with certifications held (RT II)Must be a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) by the National Board for Respiratory CareMust be a graduate of an AMA approved Respiratory Care ProgramMust possess NRP and PALS certification for NICU trained RCPMust possess PALS certification for pediatric trained RCP (RT II)
Physical, Mental & Environmental Demands:To comply with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 the essential physical, mental and environmental requirements for this job are listed below. These are requirements normally expected to perform regular job duties. Incumbent must be able to successfully perform all of the functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.
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