Current Job Openings
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Our current job openings are listed below. To learn more about a job click on the job title. When ready to apply click on Apply Online. If you prefer, you can also download the paper application form and mail to the address at the top of the form. If you have questions please contact Human Resources at (641)257-4316.
Department: Business Office
Hours: Fulltime - Day Shift M-F
Responsible for the basic operations in the front business office. Must be a team player with a positive attitude. Attention to detail is a must. Must be flexible, will be required to work various shifts. Needs to be customer/patient focused with good communication skills. Ability to multi-task required.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Operates the switchboard, answers all incoming telephone calls and transfers calls as appropriate. Is aware of the Disaster Codes and able to page all drills and codes.
- Knowledge and compliance of plans, policies and procedures regarding Safety, Infection Control, HIPPA, Disaster Plans, etc.
- Resolves patient inquiries, complaints, and problems regarding their accounts or refers to the next appropriate level. Offers Charity Care when appropriate and refers to Accounting Manager. Makes appointments for Dr. Johnson. Works with SHIIP volunteers, scheduling their appointments and any clerical duties they need assistance with.
- Responsible for preparing and distributing the Daily Census and Call List.
- Processes and distributes incoming mail. Uses postage meter to process outgoing mail.
- Receipting of patient and insurance payments, as well as running credit card payments, and figuring insurance adjustments. Knowledge of insurance EOB’s is essential with attention to detail. Ensures Insurance Clerks get the EOB’s needed for follow-up.
- Processing of the Credit Balance Report and contacting insurance companies regarding refunds, as well as patient refunds.
- Processing of the Collections/Bad Debt. This involves reviewing accounts and preparing monthly report for the Collection Agency.
- Follow-up on self-pay accounts and make payment arrangements. Thoroughly documents activities on patient accounts to provide good information to others who may view that account and avoid incorrect or duplicate activities.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.
- Responsible for ordering supplies for the Business Office department.
- Ability to operate office equipment including but not limited to: personal computer, multi-line telephone system, printer, copy machine, fax machine, postage meter.
- Provides backup and assistance to other Business Office associates as needed. Works on designated projects as needed.
- Education, Experience, and Training
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Previous experience in healthcare setting or medical secretary degree preferred.
- Knowledge of and previous experience with insurance filing with major payers of Medicare, Medicaid, BCBS, as well as other Commercial Payers. Must be informed of insurance changes.
- Previous experience with Motor Vehicle, Work Comp and Hospice billing preferred.
- Must be willing to attend or complete education programs to enhance current knowledge level.
- Must have strong computer skills.
- Must be able to read, speak, and write fluent English.
- Physical Requirements
- Sitting – Approximately 90% of shift
- Standing –Infrequently
- Walking –Infrequently
- Lifting – Infrequently
- Twisting – Infrequently
- Bending – Infrequently
Hours: Fulltime - Day Shift
Operates, maintains and repairs medical center heating/ventilation/air conditioning (HVAC) equipment and related plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems. Operates snow removal and grounds maintenance equipment. Assembles furnishings as directed and moves furnishings as required. Performs assigned tasks that are consistent with maintenance work.
Education and Experience
High school education or equivalent required.
Post-secondary education or formal education in a maintenance related field preferred. Three to five years of verifiable work experience in general building maintenance, mechanical repair, and/or HVAC preferred. Previous medical center maintenance experience desired.
- Strong mechanical aptitude.
- Working knowledge of electrical, mechanical, plumbing, carpentry, and HVAC systems.
- Proficiency in interpreting drawings, blueprints and schematics.
- Working knowledge of UBC (and local) NFPA, NEC regulations.
- Ability to work under stress.
- Ability to work following safety policies, protocols and regulations. Includes ability to wear masks, gloves, and other PPE as required.
- Valid driver’s license.
- Usage of the following equipment: Computers, copy machines, fax machines, tools (hand, power), soldering torch, cutting torch, welder, power saws, router, drills, electrical meters, vacuum meters, water test equipment, steam equipment, cement working equipment, construction equipment, boilers, chillers, air conditioners, snow blower, snow plow, leaf blower, power sweeping equipment, lawn mower, truck, tractor, plow/blower and other equipment consistent with maintenance work as required.
- Communication and English language skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
- Mathematical skills and reasoning ability: Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals.
- Ability to work in all weather conditions as needed including heat, humidity, cold, rain, or snow.
- Regularly required to work standing up, walk, use hands and fingers to operate tools and equipment.
- Regularly required to speak and listen, both over the phone and in person to patients, visitors, and colleagues, in order to perform the required duties.
- Frequently required to reach with hands and arms and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.
- Occasionally required to work in a seated position, climb or balance.
- Occasionally required to use taste or smell senses.
- Regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 75 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move 75-100 pounds.
- Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
- Have working knowledge in carpentry construction of walls, ceilings, partitions, doors, window installations, to include: Hardware, energized and standard-type installations.
- Have working knowledge in the maintenance and operation of HVAC systems and equipment in the medical center. Install wiring for new electrical requirements, troubleshoot and repair existing electrical systems, replace and maintain electric motors, transformers, switches, alarms and P.A. systems and comprehend blueprints and diagrams to ascertain locations and specifications of equipment, outlets, lighting and other electrical applications within UBC, NEC requirements.
- Ability to perform electrical tests safely during continuity tests of ohms, amps and watts for AC, DC, low voltage and high voltage systems. Ability to replace lighting ballasts; ability to assist in cabling for computers and other related equipment.
- Have working knowledge in the maintenance, operation and repair of mechanical equipment of systems in the medical center. Follow and comprehend blueprints, operations manuals and manufacturer’s specifications when maintaining and repairing mechanical equipment.
- Have working knowledge of, and know the safe operations of, boilers, steam traps, safety valves, condensate returns, piping systems, motor/pump systems, and air handlers as pertain to HVAC and ventilation systems. Have working knowledge and theory comprehension of FCU, VAV units in heat and chilled water systems. Have working knowledge of thermostat control valves and related controls and equipment.
- Have working knowledge of plumbing to include replacement of seals, gaskets, washers and new installation of drain systems, water supplies. Able to solder many types and sizes of copper pipe. Ability to cut, thread and plumb iron pipe systems in a safe manner.
- Ability to assemble a wide variety of furnishings. Able to work unsupervised and accomplish detailed work orders within the allotted time and quality standards.
- Have working knowledge to safely operate snow removal equipment and lawn care equipment of all types and able to perform most needed repairs of that equipment.
- Ability to work with others to problem-solve and work toward a common goal.
- Ability to work long hours on short notice.
- Ability to perform tasks on ladders 12 feet and higher.
- Ability to work in confined spaces to perform plumbing, electrical and HVAC servicing and repairs.
- Understand that during winter season, early morning snow removal or late-night snow removal is required. Understand that shoveling is required.
- Ability to operate roto-rooters and drain equipment as required in a safe manner.
- Understand personal hygiene and dress code requirements of the medical center follow accordingly.
- Have working knowledge of telephone circuitry and schematics.
- Ability to perform generator tests, as required, in a safe manner and according to Life Safety Code requirement(s).
- Possess strong organizational habits to efficiently complete tasks swiftly and safely.
- Have knowledge of wood staining, finishing and painting of all types. Ability to perform this task safely and efficiently.
- Perform metal welding procedures within equipment capabilities in a safe manner.
- Demonstrate a commitment to service excellence.
- Support and abide by all medical center Safety Policies and Procedures.
- Act in a professional manner reflecting the mission and philosophy of the medical center.
- Perform other responsibilities assigned by the Facilities Director that are not listed here but are consistent with maintenance work.
- Ability to be on-call, and available when on-call, as required by the Facilities Director to meet the needs of the medical center. Participation in the call rotation (including holidays) and weekend work rotation are required.
Hours: Part-time (0.75 FTE)
The Dietary Assistant performs designated work and cleaning routines for the Dietary Department and is accountable to the Dietary Director.
- Perform defined work routines, using various dietary utensils, supplies and equipment as assigned by the Dietary Director.
- Prepare foods following recipes
- Serve appropriate diets per current Diet Manual & therapeutic diets
- Have a working knowledge of therapeutic diets
- Provide assistance to the cook in the preparation and service of meals.
- Meet scheduled meal and snack times.
- Follow Federal and State hospital regulations and Dietary Department policies and procedures.
- Follow cleaning schedules and perform cleaning duties as scheduled.
- Assist in arranging tray cards, loading food carts, and serving meals.
- Serve patients and staff.
- Wash and store dishes.
- Follow established reporting procedures for the following:
- Supply or equipment needs.
- Any damaged or loose fixtures, flooring, or tiling requiring replacement or repair.
- Any unsafe or malfunctioning equipment.
- Any conditions conducive to breeding insects, rodents or other vermin.
- Assist in receiving and storing food and supplies.
- Attend in-service educational programs.
- Follow defined safety codes while performing all duties.
- Follow defined Infection Control procedures.
- Understand facility’s fire and disaster plans; follow established procedures during drills and actual emergencies.
- Be knowledgeable of Federal, State, and Facility’s rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
- Perform other department duties or special assignments as directed by the Dietary Director.
The Dietary Assistant will be a high school graduate or equivalent or attending school and previous institutional dietary service experience is preferred, not required. Ability to read, understand and follow recipe directions, diet orders, tray cards, and work assignments. This position will show a willingness to perform routine, repetitive tasks with frequent interruptions. Numerical ability is necessary for recipe preparation and proper measuring of cleaning agents and chemicals, as well as good motor coordination and manual dexterity are required for various work routines such as preparing food items, serving trays, handling soiled dishes, operating dietary equipment and cleaning work area. The Dietary Assistant will be able and willing to work flexible hours, such as during an emergency situation and must be patient and tolerant toward staff, patients, and family members.
The Dietary Assistant stands and walks intermittently throughout the working day, as well as reaches, stoops, bends, lifts, carries, and manipulates various food products, dietary supplies and equipment.
The Dietary Assistant must have an ability to work with chemicals and cleaning agents. Must be able to lift and/or carry 50 pounds and withstand exposure to temperature and humidity changes as in entering refrigerated storage areas, working at ovens, ranges, dish-washing machines, and at steam tables. This employee must be free from infections or diseases.
Hours: Full-time - Evening Shift
Responsible for performing diagnostic radiographic procedures on patients of all ages—newborn through geriatric.
- Graduate of an accredited program in medical radiography or radiologic sciences.
- Maintains certification with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
- Currently holds an Iowa Permit to Practice.
- Basic Life Support (BLS) for the Healthcare Provider certified or obtained within three (3) months of hire.
- Proof of completion of Mandatory Reporter abuse training or obtained within three (3) months of hire.
- Excellent communication skills required.
- Ability to work independently.
- Prior CT experience preferred.
New grads are encouraged to apply!
Hours: Full-time or part-time
Immediate openings for Registered Nurses.
Will be trained to Medical/Surgical Department and then cross-trained to Birth Center and/or Emergency Department.
Must be licensed to practice in the State of Iowa.
Competitive wages and excellent benefits package.
Experience Required: NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Hours: Part-time or PRN
Currently accepting applications for part-time and PRN Certified Nursing Assistants. Varied shifts. Flexible schedules. Nursing students highly encouraged to apply.
- CNA Certification
- Enrollment in a Nursing Program preferred