Respiratory Care Practioner II (FT & PT)
"Rotating 12 hour shifts to include weekends, and holidays. Graduate with certificate of completion from a Joint Review Committee for Respiratory Therapy Education (JRCRTE) program. All new hires must have current license in the State of Delaware. Current CPR training with recertification every 2 years. Registry from the National Board of Respiratory Care as a Registered Respiratory Therapist (if at the time of employment an individual is registry eligible and has attained CRT designation, they will be given one year to achieve registry). Following one year, the individual will be considered a RCP I until registry is successfully completed. Demonstrated clinical competence in patient care. Good ability to communicate written and verbally. Professional growth through continuing education activities. Occasional ability to respond to and withstand crisis situations. To provide basic respiratory care to newborns through geriatrics. Responsibilities include critical care, general patient care assignments, and related patient care plans where assignments and duties are predominately predictable. The RCP II will develop routine policies and procedures and monitor basic quality assurance studies conducted by RCP I's, including direct involvement in data collection. "
Special information for candidates
All candidates must submit their application to Human Resources. You may fax your resume to 302-645-0965.
Effective January 1, 1998, the State of Delaware requires all healthcare and child care facilities to obtain the following on all employees.
Service letters are obtained from your current and previous employers. The service letter has questions and statements such as:
- The employee was directly involved on a daily or frequent basis providing services and/or care to clients/patients/residents/children.
- The employee was not directly involved providing services and/or care to clients/patients/residents/children on a daily or frequent basis, but did occasionally provide some care and/or services.
- The employee did not provide services and/or care to clients/patients/residents. Children, but did have some contact with them.
- Reason for separation from service: Laid off, Resigned, Discharged, Abandoned position or other reason.
Information relating to employee's performance
- Child Abuse Investigations: Effective 1/1/98, the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families, Office of Child Care requires that persons seeking employment in a healthcare facility shall submit to a Child Abuse Registry check. A search of the Child Abuse Registry will be conducted to determine if the person is a perpetrator in any substantiated cases of child abuse or neglect.
- Adult Abuse Registry: Effective 1/1/98, for persons seeking employment, the Delaware Health and Social Services, Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities requires that the Adult Abuse Registry provide information regarding adult abuse or neglect.
- Fingerprinting: For persons seeking employment in Home Health or Gull House — the Delaware Health and Social Services, Division of Services for Aging and Adults with Physical Disabilities requires fingerprinting on each new employee. Fingerprinting will be completed in Employment.
- Driving Record: For persons seeking employment in Plant Engineering, Security, Information Systems, Home Health, or any other department requiring driving, Beebe Medical Center will complete a driving record on each new employee.