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As one of the nation's most respected teaching hospitals, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai (NYEE) has the following employment opportunities. If you are interested in an available position, please apply online at https://careers.mountsinai.org. Please note the job title and location when applying.

New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai is an equal opportunity employer.

Positions available as of November 8th, 2018

Admitting

Patient Coordinator I

Responsibilities include patient registration, entering data, verifying insurance, accepting payments, ensuring referrals for tests and specialty care.  Confirm patient eligibility and medical necessity.  Schedule appointments and answer phone calls. Perform daily cash and credit reconciliations.  Prepare medical records and scan documents into EMR. Excellent written and communication skills.  Medical terminology, billing, and office experience preferred.  High school diploma or equivalent required.  Part-Time Position, Thursday-Saturday

Ambulatory Care Services

American Sign Language Interpreter

Under the supervision of the Coordinator of Language Assistance Services, provides Sign Language interpretations on-site between patients and health care providers and other staff, including consent forms.  Additionally provides support to the department as needed.  Interpreter is alert to problematic situations (e.g. breakdowns in communication, lack of information) and suggests appropriate solutions before problems arise whenever possible.  Responsible for delivering the highest quality of service; must be responsive to individuals and departments and demonstrate a team approach.  Communicates with the Coordinator to review and resolve complaints regarding language service issues.  Maintains patient/employee confidentiality in the management of information as directed by HIPAA.  Performs other duties as assigned.  Requirements are a minimum of an Associate’s Degree that includes ASL as an undergraduate area of study.  National Certification by the RID (Registry for the Deaf) required; preferably both CI and CT certification, or any subsequent equivalent of certification released after CI and CT certifications.  Some computer experience required in either Microsoft Word and/or Excel.  Part-Time Position (2)

Ambulatory Care Services (Administration)

Patient Coordinator I

Responsibilities include patient registration, entering data, verifying insurance, accepting payments, ensuring referrals for tests and specialty care.  Confirm patient eligibility and medical necessity.  Schedule appointments and answer phone calls. Perform daily cash and credit reconciliations.  Prepare medical records and scan documents into EMR. Excellent written and communication skills.  Medical terminology, billing, and office experience preferred.  High school diploma or GED required.  Per Diem Position (3) 

Ambulatory Care Service - (ENT Clinic)

Physician Assistant

Responsible for assessment of the health status of patients and families by means of a comprehensive health history and physical examination.  Initiates selected therapeutic and diagnostic procedures, consultations and laboratory examinations.  Prescribes medication regimens, interprets findings and alters plan of care according to accepted standards of care and practice guidelines.  Educates and counsels in the areas of health promotion, maintenance, disease prevention, and management of acute and chronic illnesses.  Documents findings and plan of care in the patient’s medical records.  Consults with physicians according to established standards, policies, procedures, and protocols.  Initiates referrals to specialty services and fosters continuity of care.  Participates in team meetings and conferences to enhance the interdisciplinary approach to care delivery.  Performs a patient record review with the collaborating physician in a timely fashion, but not less than every three months if utilizing a collaborative practice agreement.  Must have a NYS Nursing License with an active Nursing Registration.  Must be a graduate of a NYS registered Physician Assistant Program or equivalent.  Must have completed a pharmacy component of not less than the required semester hours or the equivalent AND has been instructed in NYS and federal laws relating to prescriptions and record keeping (3 hour course).  Must be a graduate of a Master’s program designed to prepare a PA to diagnose, treat, and prescribe for a patient’s condition of an approved supplemental education program, i.e., post-Masters PA certificate.  BLS, ACLS, and PALS certification by the AHA required.  Must have previous progressive ambulatory experience and preferably professional certification.  Per Diem Position (11/08/2018)

Ambulatory Care Service - (Eye Clinic)

Nursing Assistant

Responsibilities include providing nursing care under supervision of Registered Nurse(s) that is consistent with the Philosophy and goals of the Nursing department and patient care unit.  Transport of post-anesthesia patients; assists in clerical functions and assist in additional assignments as determined by Nurse in charge.  May be floated or cross-trained to other patient’s units.  Must be computer literate.  Nursing Assistant Certification, High School Diploma, basic heart support, BCLS or HeartSaver required.   Certification of EKG and Phlebotomy required.  Hospital related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position (1)

Dietary

Cook’s Helper

Responsible for daily production and preparation of food for the cafeteria. Cooks hot and cold food items as specified, following recipes where appropriate.  Maintain quality and sanitary food standards. Confirm that food deliveries and their invoices are accurate. Perform other related duties as required. Excellent knife and cooking skills.  Must have good verbal and written communication skills and demonstrate ability to maintain effective relationships with management, employees and the general public. Attention to detail and the ability to meet deadlines are essential, as well as the ability to work well with others, prioritize and take initiative. Knowledge of purchasing helpful. 5 years in food service preferred. Culinary education preferred. High School diploma or GED required.  Part-Time, 22.5 Hours with Benefits 

Dietetic Technician

Responsible for developing nutritional plans to promote health, treat illness, or prevent disease.  Will promote healthy eating through counseling sessions, during which they may instruct patients, clients, and their families how to choose and prepare healthy food.  Under the guidance of Registered Dietitians, technicians may prepare nutritional plans for patients.  May be responsible for planning and preparing patient meals, ordering food and supplies, providing nutritional therapy and documenting patient intake.  Technicians will also educate healthcare providers, community groups, or students about nutrition through programs and training sessions.  May have to develop, implement, or recommend nutrition programs for individuals or groups based on evaluations of dietary needs.  Will also consult with other healthcare professionals regarding dietary modifications or restrictions that will best promote patient health and fit in with other treatment methods for conditions, illnesses, and diseases.  May also be responsible for reviewing patient’s menus and food trays for completeness and accuracy, conducting meal rounds, taking food orders, and delivering trays.  Will also document refrigerator and freezer temperatures, check for expired and/or mislabeled food in storage, pantry, refrigerators and freezers.  Help in other areas of the kitchen/cafeteria as needed.  Associate’s degree from a program accredited by ACEND (Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics) required, Bachelor’s preferred.  Commission on Dietetic Registration exam license required.  Hospital experience preferred.  Must have some knowledge of Microsoft Office suite.  Part-Time > 22.5 hours with Benefits 

Dietetic Technician

Responsible for developing nutritional plans to promote health, treat illness, or prevent disease.  Will promote healthy eating through counseling sessions, during which they may instruct patients, clients, and their families how to choose and prepare healthy food.  Under the guidance of Registered Dietitians, technicians may prepare nutritional plans for patients.  May be responsible for planning and preparing patient meals, ordering food and supplies, providing nutritional therapy and documenting patient intake.  Technicians will also educate healthcare providers, community groups, or students about nutrition through programs and training sessions.  May have to develop, implement, or recommend nutrition programs for individuals or groups based on evaluations of dietary needs.  Will also consult with other healthcare professionals regarding dietary modifications or restrictions that will best promote patient health and fit in with other treatment methods for conditions, illnesses, and diseases.  May also be responsible for reviewing patient’s menus and food trays for completeness and accuracy, conducting meal rounds, taking food orders, and delivering trays.  Will also document refrigerator and freezer temperatures, check for expired and/or mislabeled food in storage, pantry, refrigerators and freezers.  Help in other areas of the kitchen/cafeteria as needed.  Associate’s degree from a program accredited by ACEND (Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics) required, Bachelor’s preferred.  Commission on Dietetic Registration exam license required.  Hospital experience preferred.  Must have some knowledge of Microsoft Office suite.  Part-Time < 22.5 hours without Benefits 

Glaucoma Services

Ophthalmic Technician

Responsible for performing Humphrey Visual Fields and Goldman Visual Fields.  Will measure visual acuity, vital signs, chart medications and the chief complaint.  Will set-up the laser room, maintain equipment, and assist physicians as needed.  Will train ideal candidate on Goldman Visual Fields.  High school diploma or equivalent required.  Certification as an Ophthalmic Technician preferred, but not required.  Must have 3 years related experience.  Part-Time Position with Benefits

Housekeeping

Housekeeping Worker

Responsible for keeping hospital facilities and equipment clean and orderly according to Joint Commission standards and following Infection Control protocol. Duties shall include, but not limited to, mopping, vacuuming, scrubbing, and waxing floors, trash collection, snow removal and other related duties. Must be flexible, available to work on weekends and holidays. Job requires lifting, pushing, pulling, and bending. Experience in healthcare preferred. High School Diploma or GED required. Previous housekeeping experience required.  Per Diem Position (2)

Laboratory

Laboratory Assistant

Performs basic, routine accessioning of patient specimens in the anatomic and clinical laboratories.  Registers referral patients into the Meditech system for anatomic pathology specimens.  Ensures all information is entered for accurate and complete billing.  Must be able to perform inventory control of laboratory reagents and supplies and placing them in the appropriate storage areas of the laboratory.  Perform all duties according to approved procedures and techniques.  Maintains familiarity with the various procedures performed in a laboratory.  In addition, conducts or assists in special projects and other duties as assigned.  High school diploma or GED required.  Must have code training with certification.  Must have one year training experience in hospital or office patient registration/coding training or experience.  Full-Time Position

Lead Histotechnologist

Responsible for the supervision and coordination of the daily technical and clerical work of the Histology/Cytology laboratory.  Assists the section manager as needed.  Performs a variety of technical procedures that result in the creation of microscopic slides preparation, within an appropriated turn-around time receives specimens, documents the macroscopic descriptions and prepares moderate to high complexity surgical/cytology pathology specimens for processing.  Cognizant of the philosophy, standards, objectives, and policies of the Department and Hospital Center.  May be required to perform other duties as necessary.  Bachelor of Science required, preferably in Medical Technology.  Must meet NYSDOH requirements to supervise a high-complexity laboratory.  ASCP certification preferred.  Two to six years’ experience, based on educational background.  Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills required.  Able to work in a fast-paced, multi-task environment.  Excellent written and verbal communication skills required.  Full-Time Position

Histotechnologist

Performs a variety of technical procedures that result in the creation of microscopic slides preparation, Prepare Frozen Sections for Preoperative Diagnosis within an appropriated turn-around time of the specimen being received. Correctly matches surgical working draft, requisition and slides for distribution to pathologists.  Prepares moderate to high complexity surgical pathology specimens for processing. Able to interpret physician instruction written on test requisition.  Able to perform routine embedding in variety of tissues, cut routine and frozen sections.  Prepare special stain for cytological and histological specimens.  Demonstrates problem solving ability and maintains clear communication with peers and superiors.  Must have good organizational, flexible multitasking attitude and computer skills. Able to work in a small multi-tasking lab with few technologists and able to interact with doctors, patients and nurses. At least 5 years of experience in Histology techniques as well as grossing surgical pathology experience.  NY State Clinical Technician or Technologist or NY State Histology Technician or Technologist, HT (ASCP) certification.  Per Diem Position (1)

Materials Management

Materials Management Supply Technician

Responsible for ensuring that all serviced areas are supplied with materials, medical and surgical goods, and other support services as needed to allow the business and clinical units to function in the most efficient manner possible.  Responsible for signing, accepting, receiving, and delivery of shipments from vendors.  Responsible for the appropriate and accurate documentation of data, for accounting, and other departmental purposes.  Must be cognizant of the philosophy, standards, objectives, and policies of the department and hospital center.  Will perform other related duties as required.  Must be able to lift and handle heavy packages and have knowledge of MS Office Suite.  High school diploma or GED required.  Full-Time Position, Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm

Medical Photography

Ophthalmic Photographer

Will do Slit-Lamp Photography, External PT. Photography, Corneal Topography, Specular Microscopy, Ocular Coherence Tomography, and Heidelberg Retinal Tomography.  Will also complete all slide production including computer graphics, maintenance of patient files, Fundus photography and Fluorescein Angiography.  Responsible for Optos Wide Field, Slit Lamp, and Specular Microscopy for national studies.  Will also do public relations photography.  Must be a recent graduate or have 2 years’ experience with the ability to learn.  Must have excellent people skills with the ability to interact with a diverse patient population.  Full-Time Position

Medicine

Administrative Coordinator

Responsible for answering routine and specific inquiries when possible.  Directs inquiries, when necessary, to the appropriate department or individual for further information and/or a resolution.  Assists in maintaining and monitoring the budget and grant allocations.  Prepares documents required to maintain balanced accounts for review and approval.  Checks documents and materials submitted for administrative approval to ensure all relevant data, authorizations and pertinent information are included.  Assists in the planning and logistical arrangements for forums, conferences, seminars, meetings, employee engagement activities, departmental retreats, and/or visiting professorships.  Mentor, train, and/or conduct orientation for new office staff and monitor performance.  Interacts with newly credentialed faculty and coordinates orientation among multiple departments within NYEE.  Will work on special projects at the direction of the supervisor.  Researches, locates, and compiles information for reports.  Assembles and categorizes figures for computation and calculations.  High school diploma or equivalent required, college degree preferred. Full-Time Position

Operating Room-2nd Floor

Central Sterile Nursing Assistant

Responsibilities include providing nursing care under supervision of Registered Nurse(s) that is consistent with the Philosophy and goals of the Nursing department and patient care unit.  Transport of post-anesthesia patients; assists in clerical functions and assist in additional assignments as determined by Nurse in charge.  May be floated or cross-trained to other patient’s units.  Must be computer literate.  Nursing Assistant Certification, High School Diploma or GED, basic heart support, BCLS or HeartSaver required.   Certification of EKG and Phlebotomy required.  Hospital related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position

Nursing Assistant

Responsibilities include providing nursing care under supervision of Registered Nurse(s) that is consistent with the Philosophy and goals of the Nursing department and patient care unit.  Transport of post-anesthesia patients; assists in clerical functions and assist in additional assignments as determined by Nurse in charge.  May be floated or cross-trained to other patient’s units.  Must be computer literate.  Nursing Assistant Certification, High School Diploma or GED, basic heart support, BCLS or HeartSaver required.   Certification of EKG and Phlebotomy required.  Hospital related experience preferred.  Full-Time Position, 6:30am to 2:30pm (11/09/2018)

Surgical Technician

Responsibilities include assisting nurses in the provision of nursing care to surgical patients by performing routine and delegated duties according to the standards of practices and policies of the hospital and the Nursing Department.  Assists in the preparation of the operating room.  One year Surgical Technologist Program required; BCLS and Current CPR certification required.  High school diploma or GED required.  Previous hospital and operating room experience preferred.  Ophthalmology and ENT experience also preferred.  Per Diem Position

Surgical Technician

Responsibilities include assisting nurses in the provision of nursing care to surgical patients by performing routine and delegated duties according to the standards of practices and policies of the hospital and the Nursing Department.  Assists in the preparation of the operating room.  One year Surgical Technologist Program required; BCLS and Current CPR certification required.  High school diploma or GED required.  Previous hospital and operating room experience preferred.  Ophthalmology and ENT experience also preferred.  Full-Time Position (3) 

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year operating room experience required.  Eye\ENT related experience preferredCNOR preferred, but not required.  Per Diem Position (1)

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med/Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Full Time Position (4) 

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med/Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Full Time Position-Evening Flex

4th Floor Operating Room

Registered Professional Nurse                                                                                                                                                                     

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med/Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Full-Time Position

Surgical Technician

Responsibilities include assisting nurses in the provision of nursing care to surgical patients by performing routine and delegated duties according to the standards of practices and policies of the hospital and the Nursing Department.  Assists in the preparation of the operating room.  One year Surgical Technologist Program required; BCLS and Current CPR certification required.  High school diploma or GED required.  Previous hospital and operating room experience preferred.  Ophthalmology and ENT experience also preferred.  Full-Time Position (2) 5th Floor ASU

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med/Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Full-Time Position-Evening-2pm to 10pm

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med/Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position (3)

Nursing Assistant

Responsibilities include providing nursing care under supervision of Registered Nurse(s) that is consistent with the Philosophy and goals of the Nursing department and patient care unit.  Transport of post-anesthesia patients; assists in clerical functions and assist in additional assignments as determined by Nurse in charge.  May be floated or cross-trained to other patient’s units.  Must be computer literate.  Nursing Assistant Certification, High School Diploma, basic heart support, BCLS or HeartSaver required.   Certification of EKG and Phlebotomy required.  Hospital related experience preferred.  Full-Time Position-Evening-Flexible

Nurse Practitioner

The 5th floor Nurse Practitioner (PAT) is responsible for the elective perioperative process for surgical patients at New York Eye and Ear Infirmary.  The Nurse Practitioner conducts comprehensive health assessments demonstrating a high level of autonomy and expert skill in diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of complex responses of individuals to actual or potential health problems.  The Nurse Practitioner functions professionally under a practice agreement with the supervising physicians and operationally under the Nurse Manager of Pre- Admission Testing and 5th floor ASU.  Supports the mission and values of the hospital by providing leadership to the perioperative process as well as working autonomously and collaboratively with physicians, surgeons, anesthesiology, nursing and ancillary staff to improve clinical outcomes.  Facilitate compliance with order sets and protocols endorsed by the surgical department and Anesthesia. Order, perform, and interpret indicated and appropriate diagnostic studies such as lab test, x-rays, and EKGS.  Graduate of approved Nurse Practitioner Program with certification and MSN required.  Currently licensed in New York and have strong Microsoft Office skills.  Full-Time Position

5th Floor ASU

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med/Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Full-Time Position-Evening-2pm to 10pm

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med/Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position (1)

Nursing Assistant

Responsibilities include providing nursing care under supervision of Registered Nurse(s) that is consistent with the Philosophy and goals of the Nursing department and patient care unit.  Transport of post-anesthesia patients; assists in clerical functions and assist in additional assignments as determined by Nurse in charge.  May be floated or cross-trained to other patient’s units.  Must be computer literate.  Nursing Assistant Certification, High School Diploma or GED, basic heart support, BCLS or HeartSaver required.   Certification of EKG and Phlebotomy required.  Hospital related experience preferred.  Full-Time Position-Evening-Flexible

Nurse Practitioner

The 5th floor Nurse Practitioner (PAT) is responsible for the elective perioperative process for surgical patients at New York Eye and Ear Infirmary.  The Nurse Practitioner conducts comprehensive health assessments demonstrating a high level of autonomy and expert skill in diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of complex responses of individuals to actual or potential health problems.  The Nurse Practitioner functions professionally under a practice agreement with the supervising physicians and operationally under the Nurse Manager of Pre- Admission Testing and 5th floor ASU.  Supports the mission and values of the hospital by providing leadership to the perioperative process as well as working autonomously and collaboratively with physicians, surgeons, anesthesiology, nursing and ancillary staff to improve clinical outcomes.  Facilitate compliance with order sets and protocols endorsed by the surgical department and Anesthesia. Order, perform, and interpret indicated and appropriate diagnostic studies such as lab test, x-rays, and EKGS.  Graduate of approved Nurse Practitioner Program with certification and MSN required.  Currently licensed in New York and have strong Microsoft Office skills.  Full-Time Position

Nursing 7th Floor

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med/Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Full-Time Nights Position 

Unit Clerk

Responsible for the coordination of daily unit while acting as a receptionist and performing clerical / secretarial activities. Performs EKG and Phlebotomy as needed. High School Diploma or equivalent. Nursing Assistant, EKG and Phlebotomy certificate. BCLS or HeartSaver certified. Hospital related experience preferred. Full-Time Position-Temporary-6 Months

Nursing 9th Floor

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med/Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position 

Nursing Administration

Clinical Informatics Specialist

Provides enterprise or departmental information systems support to Health System clinicians in support of clinical systems (EMR, Pharmacy, Nursing, etc.) as assigned.  Evaluates, plans, organizes and integrates information, computer and clinical sciences to optimize acquisition, storage, retrieval, management and communication of related clinical data, information and knowledge.  Assesses workflow related processes and requirements and facilitates system enhancements and modification to meet clinician requirements.  Recommends and implements approved system improvements.  Collaborates with management and clinicians in designing, implementing, and maintaining clinical applications (i.e. EMR, medication management systems, etc.).  Assists in the development of design specifications in support of new or modified clinical applications.  Documents current processes to establish a baseline for developmental improvements of future workflows and recommends and assists with implementing new and improved processes and workflows.  Acts as liaison and represents the system users/customers in all project initiatives.  Performs post-implementation monitoring of adoption and use.  Participates in interdisciplinary and process improvement teams to identify potential uses of the information systems and potential improvements in current use of systems.  Educates clinical and support staff to optimize information system/applications and maintain integrity.  Supports clinical staff to use technology in a manner which promotes patient safety, confidentiality, and efficiency.  Coordinates data reporting and performs analysis necessary to support patient/clinical records. Performance improvement and departmental decision-making.  Acts as liaison to clinically related committees (i.e. Nursing Institute, Institute for Clinical Excellence, P and T Committee, etc.) and staff to coordinate and communicate CIS projects and outcomes measurement.  Facilitates ongoing enterprise CIS design and implementation associated with assigned clinical discipline policies and practices and QM standards.  Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing, Pharmacy, Healthcare Management, Allied Health, Information Systems or related field required; Master’s Degree preferred.  Current licensure as appropriate (RN, Respiratory Therapy, Pharmacy, or other related clinical license) required.  Advanced clinical licensure (PA, NP) preferred.  Minimum of five years directly related clinical experience, healthcare informatics or healthcare operations, including leadership, and/or education required.  Current clinical practice, healthcare operations expertise and a strong customer service focus with ability to develop effective working relationships required.  Current knowledge of clinical practices and related information systems and computer applications required.  Maintains current knowledge of trends and advances in assigned clinical discipline and healthcare informatics as well as new developments in hardware and software technology.  Demonstrates initiative, problem identification, resolution and analytical skills are essential, as well as excellent oral and written communication skills.  Full-Time Position 

OR Central Scheduling

Patient Coordinator I

Responsibilities include patient registration, entering data, verifying insurance, accepting payments, ensuring referrals for tests and specialty care.  Confirm patient eligibility and medical necessity.  Schedule appointments and answer phone calls. Perform daily cash and credit reconciliations.  Prepare medical records and scan documents into EMR. Excellent written and communication skills.  Medical terminology, billing, and office experience preferred.  High school diploma or GED required.  Full-Time Position (2)

PACU

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med/Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred. Full Time Position

Registered Professional Nurse

Responsibilities include the provision of direct comprehensive care to ambulatory / emergency service patients as part of the healthcare team.  Provide care that is consistent with the philosophy and goals of the Nursing Department and the patient care unit.  BSN required. Current NY State nursing license/registration required.  BCLS/ACLS/PALS certification required. Computer knowledge preferred.  At least 1 year experience in Ambulatory Care or Med/Surg preferred. Eye\ENT related experience preferred.  Per Diem Position

Pharmacy Services

Staff Pharmacist

A 340B Outpatient/Retail Hospital Pharmacy inside a Specialty Ambulatory Surgery Hospital seeking a NYS licensed Pharmacist with retail pharmacy experience and preferably additional hospital experience, excellent verbal, written, and organizational skills, knowledgeable of all federal, state, and city regulations for practicing pharmacy in a retail environment.  Specialty and compounding experience a plus.  Proficiency in Spanish language preferable.  Cash register, MS Office, Outlook computer skills, and knowledgeable of third party prescription insurances.  PharmD in Pharmacy, active NYS Pharmacy license in good standing, retail pharmacy practice and hospital experience required.  Must have excellent professional and patient communication skills, be a team player, flexible and prompt.  Variable weekends may be required.  Full-Time Position, Shift Varies (10/17/2018)

Staff Pharmacist

A 340B Outpatient/Retail Hospital Pharmacy inside a Specialty Ambulatory Surgery Hospital seeking a NYS licensed Pharmacist with retail pharmacy experience and preferably additional hospital experience, excellent verbal, written, and organizational skills, knowledgeable of all federal, state, and city regulations for practicing pharmacy in a retail environment.  Specialty and compounding experience a plus.  Proficiency in Spanish language preferable.  Cash register, MS Office, Outlook computer skills, and knowledgeable of third party prescription insurances.  PharmD in Pharmacy, active NYS Pharmacy license in good standing, retail pharmacy practice and hospital experience required.  Must have excellent professional and patient communication skills, be a team player, flexible and prompt.  Per Diem Position

Pharmacy Technician/Administrative Assistant

Assists with filling floor stock and patient orders under a Pharmacist.  Answers phones, delivers medications, returns medications and to the pharmacy, expired medications and Pyxis related items.  Assists in unit dosing, batching, preparing kits, etc.  Check for expired medications in preparation for Nursing Unit/Pharmacy inspections.  Maintain a clean and organized work area/environment.  Assists pharmacy staff members as needed within the scope of practice of an NYS Pharmacy Technician.  Must have meticulous organizational skills, excellent computer skills, be detailed orientated, have a working knowledge of packaging medications, labeling, and cleaning.  Must have excellent math skills, be a team player, excellent communication skills, be punctual, self-motivated, and works well with pharmacy staff and other hospital personnel.  Must be an actively Certified Pharmacy Technician from the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board.  Must be able to build reports, proficient with data entry, fill and deliver stock orders, prepare products for sterilization, and have institutional and retail pharmacy experience.  High school diploma or GED required.  Full-Time Position Temporary

Radiology

CT Technologist

Must be able to utilize CT Scanners to produce cross-section images of patient's internal organs and tissues for the diagnosis of medical issues.  Candidate must be able to interpret a physician's instructions, administer contrast materials, prepare and operate the CT scanner and position patient correctly.  Must be able to conduct examinations in accordance with the highest standards of safety, courtesy, and privacy at all times.  Five years CT experience and multi-slice technology required.  Must have New York State License/Radiologic Technology and ARRT certification.  Per Diem Position

Security

Security Manager

The Security manager supervises Security Lead(s) and Security Officers and is accountable for the maintenance of an outstanding and professional security team.  Adept with the orientation of the hospital, customer service skills, must possess the ability to clearly communicate both verbally and in writing along with the necessary aptitude to diffuse situations as appropriate while following the established chain of command.  Ten years of law enforcement or Security experience and a NY State Security Guard License is required. Full Time Position

Security Officer

Responsible for protecting the Infirmary properties / assets and all staff, patients and visitors that enter the Infirmary against fire, theft, vandalism, or any unlawful act. To provide service and assist other security officers as needed. To see that all rules and regulations are enforced at all times. Directs and assists employees, patients, and visitors in reaching their destinations. Has NY State Security Guard License displaying NYS 8 hour pre-assignment basic security course and 16 hour OJT. Possess a NYS/NJ Driver’s License Preferred. High School Diploma or GED required. Has at least 2 years security officer job experience or military experience preferred. Good verbal and written communication skills. Per Diem Position (5)

Sleep Study Center

Polysomnographic Technician/Sleep Center Technician

New York State license required; must be authorized to work in New York State.  Responsibilities include demonstrating the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide age specific care in the treatment, assessment, and education of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients.  Assist with scoring sleep/wake stages by applying professionally accepted guidelines. Comply with applicable laws, regulations, guidelines and standards regarding safety and infection control issues. Performing routine equipment care, maintenance and inventory evaluation. A.S. or B.S. degree preferred.  Excellent written and spoken communication skills. Successful completion of a polysomnography program, of no less than one year duration, associated with a state licensed and/or a nationally accredited educational facility. At least 6 months of experience in a sleep disorder center or laboratory required. Full-Time Position (2)

Social Services

Transportation Coordinator

Maintains and implements the provision of transportation and escort services to eligible patients.  Organizes and carries out systems to maintain an efficient Social Work Office responsive to the needs of patients, staff, and community.  Screens and evaluates requests for transportation.  Explains Medicaid/Medicare/Managed Long-Term Care guidelines and Infirmary procedures to patients, hospital staff, and community agencies.  Reviews patient medical records and consults with Physician; understands the impact of patient age and medical condition.  Consults with the Director of Social Services on borderline cases and maintains up to date hard copy and computerized files.  Monitors daily operations of transportation program and handles presenting problems.  Apprises the Director of quality of services with patients and/or vendors.  Carries out procedures required for transport approval and for participation in the program including securing authorization for new cases, recertifying existing patients and terminating ones that are no longer eligible for the program. Establishes effective working relationships with medical answering services, Logisticare, and individual transport vendors.  Evaluates service delivery.  Identifies new providers when necessary and secures/updates documentation of vendor licenses and liability insurance.  Makes rounds through the Ambulatory Surgery Unit (ASU) to identify patients in need of transport and/or escort services; tracks Operating Room delays for existing patients receiving transport.  Provides aid to patients that need assistance arranging for private pay escort services upon discharge from the ASU.  Performs data entry and formulates statistical reports linked to transport/escort utilization and patient satisfaction.  Participates in performance improvement activities related to transport/escort service delivery.  Provides ongoing education to surgical coordinators in the Ambulatory Care Center and private practices to encourage preadmission referrals to prevent Operating Room delays and to enhance the patient experience.  Verifies accuracy of billing for “bill hospital” transportation services.  High school diploma or equivalent required.  Must have experience in health care and/or social work agency.  Ability to develop and maintain organized system for office functioning.  Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel.  Knowledge of Medicaid/Medicare, Managed Long Term Care, and private payer guidelines for the provision of livery, ambullette and ambulance transportation services required.  Bilingual preferred.  Part-Time > 22.5

Social Worker

Follows patients through the continuum of care providing psychosocial services to patients and families on the Inpatient and Ambulatory Surgery Units as well as in the Ambulatory Care Center.  Conducts pre-admission evaluations and collaborates with a multidisciplinary team to provide counseling and coordinate discharge planning.  Leads psycho-educational support groups for patients with chronic disease specific issues.  Monthly planning and organization of on-site support groups which includes community outreach, setting agendas for discussion, arranging guest lectures along with the weekly maintenance of an online forum.  Recruits for and initiates new support groups and creates opportunities for the expansion of the support group program at New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai.  Participates in performance improvement initiatives and program development.  Attends Head and Neck Cancer Patient Case Conferences and Discharge Planning Meetings.  MSW from an institution accredited by the CSWE and NYS LCSW required.  Minimum of 2 years of post-master’s social work experience in a hospital setting required.  Minimum of 2 years of experience running support groups in a health care setting required.  Full-Time Position

Sterile Processing

Central Sterile Technician

Responsible for sterilization and decontamination support to the Operating Room.  Using appropriate methods, will decontaminate all surgical instrumentation, equipment, and supplies.  Operates all decontamination equipment (washers, ultrasonic unit, etc.).  Will inspect and assemble all surgical instruments, equipment, and supplies.  Uses the appropriate packaging methods in preparation of instrumentation, equipment, and supplies for sterilization.  Identifies and packages all items to be gas sterilized.  Operates sterilization units (pre-vac units, flash units, sterrad, etc.).  Sterilizes instrument sets and other reusable supplies and equipment.  Performs the required quality assurance checks on sterilization units (Biological, Bowie Dick Tests, etc).  Maintains records of quality assurance checks with sterilization records.  Interprets sterilization graphs/printouts and other indicators.  Transports sterilized supplies to appropriate storage areas and restocks shelves.  Must possess knowledge of all supplies and equipment maintained by the department.  Distributes supplies to nursing care units and other departments as required.  Must check expiration dates and package integrity before storage and distribution.  May be required to perform other duties as required.  High school diploma or GED required.  Two years’ experience and must be IAHCSMM certified.  Must have excellent communication skills and follow written and verbal instructions.  Full-Time Temporary Position (2) Hours Vary 

Central Sterile Technician

Responsible for sterilization and decontamination support to the Operating Room.  Using appropriate methods, will decontaminate all surgical instrumentation, equipment, and supplies.  Operates all decontamination equipment (washers, ultrasonic unit, etc.).  Will inspect and assemble all surgical instruments, equipment, and supplies.  Uses the appropriate packaging methods in preparation of instrumentation, equipment, and supplies for sterilization.  Identifies and packages all items to be gas sterilized.  Operates sterilization units (pre-vac units, flash units, sterrad, etc.).  Sterilizes instrument sets and other reusable supplies and equipment.  Performs the required quality assurance checks on sterilization units (Biological, Bowie Dick Tests, etc).  Maintains records of quality assurance checks with sterilization records.  Interprets sterilization graphs/printouts and other indicators.  Transports sterilized supplies to appropriate storage areas and restocks shelves.  Must possess knowledge of all supplies and equipment maintained by the department.  Distributes supplies to nursing care units and other departments as required.  Must check expiration dates and package integrity before storage and distribution.  May be required to perform other duties as required.  High school diploma or GED required.  Two years’ experience and must be IAHCSMM certified.  Must have excellent communication skills and follow written and verbal instructions.  Full-Time Position (7), Shift Varies, 9am to 5pm, 1pm to 9pm, 3pm to 11pm

Manager, Sterile Processing

Responsible for the operation, management, and leadership of the Sterile Processing Department and providing clinical participation in the Materials Management processes.  Establishes standards of decontamination, disinfection, sterilization, storage and distribution, in partnership with practices throughout the hospital.  Provides related consultation services for hospital departments, physicians, community providers, and area hospitals.  Associate’s Degree in Administration required, Bachelor’s preferred.  Must have 5 years of management experience in a central sterile supply environment.  Must be skilled with Microsoft Office Suite.  Full-Time Position 

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