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Company Confidential Jerome, ID, 83338
MEDICAL Now hiring for afternoon and night shifts working in a group home setting. Starting pay is $8.00 with benefits after 6 months. Apply at 1128 N. Lincoln, Jerome Idaho or call Penny at 208-324.3893....
Seeking CDM or CFPP looking for career growth. Monster has partnered with Health Care Services Group in seeking Certified Dietary Managers (CDM) or candidates with their Certified Food and Protection Professionals (CFPP) to grow with their organization. Candidates who do not have their certification should have experience working in a nursing facility, long term care facility, or other large simil...
Nurse - Registered (RN) - Idaho Falls, Idaho US Unit: NICU Job Summary: Flexible Per-Diem Shifts Available Now! - Earn up to $48.00 per hour depending on shift and specialty - First Called / Last Canceled - 401k w/ Company Match - Weekly Pay / Direct Deposit Looking for a challenge and rewarding career? Can you accept change, adapt well, fit in, and be independent? If you are a nurse with flexibil...
Nurse - Registered (RN) - Idaho Falls, Idaho US Unit: Pediatrics Job Summary: Flexible Per-Diem Shifts Available Now! - Earn up to $48.00 per hour depending on shift and specialty - First Called / Last Canceled - 401k w/ Company Match - Weekly Pay / Direct Deposit Looking for a challenge and rewarding career? Can you accept change, adapt well, fit in, and be independent? If you are a nurse with fl...
Nurse - Registered (RN) - Idaho Falls, Idaho US Unit: PICU Job Summary: Flexible Per-Diem Shifts Available Now! - Earn up to $48.00 per hour depending on shift and specialty - First Called / Last Canceled - 401k w/ Company Match - Weekly Pay / Direct Deposit Looking for a challenge and rewarding career? Can you accept change, adapt well, fit in, and be independent? If you are a nurse with flexibil...
Army National Guard JEROME, 83338
Are you one of those people who just instinctively see how things work? Are you the person people come to when they need to have something looked at or fixed? Put that talent to work in the Army National Guard. As a Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer in the Army National Guard, you will build the skills you need for a civilian career while directly supporting the maintenance of chemical...
Description: OptumHealth is currently seeking a motivated Regional Care Manager is also designed to be a direct clinical liaison between health plan staff and the clinical network. Primary responsibility is working with providers, affiliated delivery systems, regional behavioral health boards, regional IDHW staff and others in a designated IDHW region The program fosters a collegial and mutually b...
MEDICAL The Idaho Educational Services for the Deaf and Blind is accepting applications for a Registered Nurse position. The position is 40 hours per week. Duties include but are not limited to serving the needs of ISDB students and promoting an optimal level of student wellness; providing professional nursing care including student assessment, care plan development, evaluation, health education,...
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Obstetrics Staff Nurse
$41,600.00 - $118,560.00
Typical Salary for Obstetrics Staff Nurse in Idaho
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Obstetrics Staff Nurse
Promotes patient health by providing nursing care for maternal and newborn patients.
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Serves and protects the hospital community by adhering to professional standards, hospital policies and procedures, federal, state, and local requirements, and jcaho standards.
Ensures optimal patient care by providing direct patient care; evaluating outcomes; consulting with other specialists; adjusting nursing care processes.
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