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DoorDash Drivers in Longview, WA get paid $23 per active hour on average, including tips
DoorDash
location-iconLongview WA

Your time. Your Goals.What is DoorDashAvailable in over 4,000 cities in the U.S, DoorDash connects local businesses and local drivers (called Dashers) with opportunities to earn, work, and live.As a Dasher, you can be your own boss and enjoy the flexibility of choosing when, where, and how much you earn. All you need is a mode of transportation (bike, car, scooter) and a smartphone to start making money. It’s that simple. You can even sign up and begin working that same day. With Dasher Direct, you can also get paid the same day!Why deliver with DoorDashChoose your own hours: When and where you work is totally up to you.Freedom to dash anywhere: Deliver near your home or in a city you're just visiting.Easy to get started: Don't worry about car inspections or vehicle restrictions. Just sign up and receive everything you need to start earning.Receive deliveries right away: Once approved, log on to the Dasher app to receive nearby orders immediately.Know how much you'll make: Clear and concise pay model lets you know the minimum amount you will make before accepting any orderDon’t wait for pay: Get paid the same day you dash, automatically and with no deposit fee - ever.Earn extra money for your goals: Achieve your short-term goals or long-term dreams by driving or biking with DoorDash.Sign Up DetailsRequirements18 or olderAny car, scooter, or bicycle (in select cities)Driver's license numberSocial security number (only in the US)Final Step: consent to a background checkHow to sign upClick “Apply Now” and complete the sign upGet the app and goActual earnings may differ and depend on factors like number of deliveries accepted and completed, time of day, location, and any related costs. Hourly pay is calculated using average Dasher payouts while on a delivery (from the time you accept an order until the time you drop it off) over a 120 day period and includes compensation from peak pay, tips, and other incentives.

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Dashers - In Longview, WA Get paid $23 per active hour on average, including tips
DoorDash
location-iconKelso WA

Your time. Your Goals.What is DoorDashAvailable in over 4,000 cities in the U.S, DoorDash connects local businesses and local drivers (called Dashers) with opportunities to earn, work, and live.As a Dasher, you can be your own boss and enjoy the flexibility of choosing when, where, and how much you earn. All you need is a mode of transportation (bike, car, scooter) and a smartphone to start making money. It’s that simple. You can even sign up and begin working that same day. With Dasher Direct, you can also get paid the same day!Why deliver with DoorDashChoose your own hours: When and where you work is totally up to you.Freedom to dash anywhere: Deliver near your home or in a city you're just visiting.Easy to get started: Don't worry about car inspections or vehicle restrictions. Just sign up and receive everything you need to start earning.Receive deliveries right away: Once approved, log on to the Dasher app to receive nearby orders immediately.Know how much you'll make: Clear and concise pay model lets you know the minimum amount you will make before accepting any orderDon’t wait for pay: Get paid the same day you dash, automatically and with no deposit fee - ever.Earn extra money for your goals: Achieve your short-term goals or long-term dreams by driving or biking with DoorDash.Sign Up DetailsRequirements18 or olderAny car, scooter, or bicycle (in select cities)Driver's license numberSocial security number (only in the US)Final Step: consent to a background checkHow to sign upClick “Apply Now” and complete the sign upGet the app and goActual earnings may differ and depend on factors like number of deliveries accepted and completed, time of day, location, and any related costs. Hourly pay is calculated using average Dasher payouts while on a delivery (from the time you accept an order until the time you drop it off) over a 120 day period and includes compensation from peak pay, tips, and other incentives.

Part Time / Full Time
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Technician, Ophthalmic
Kaiser
location-iconLONGVIEW WA

Assist with the provision of patient care within established policies and procedures to serve the needs of the Kaiser Permanente medical care program. Provides care to a population with predictable ophthalmic needs and assists the providers in caring for more acute needs. Essential Functions:- Screen patients for chief compliant, take accurate history of ophthalmic illnesses/surgeries, past ocular history, family history, &  current eye related medications.  Perform Ophthalmic testing as appropriate for the patient.  This includes, but is not limited to the ability to check/document distance &  near vision.  Must be able to perform papillary assessment to rule out afferent defect &  check pupil size (rule out pupillary asymmetry), corneal curvature (K readings) &  color vision testing.  Must be able to perform lensometry, including reading lenses with multifocal &  progressive adds, power of sphere, axis of cylinder power &  orientation of prism.  Perform intraocular pressure checks using applanation tonometry &  also using the tonopen.  Perform confrontation visual fields.  Must be able to perform cover/uncover test, alternate cover test &  quantify strabismus; must be able to document ocular motility &  the presence of strabismus or nystagmus.  Must be able to perform Worth 4 dot test &  Stereopsis test. Must be able to test near point of convergence, ductions, versions &  vergences.  Must be able to perform Potential Acuity Meter testing, Glare testing.  Must demonstrate ability to check/recognize narrow angle.  Instill dilating drops (and other ophthalmic drops) per physician's instructions.  Take &  record patient vitals when indicated in the EMR.- Visual fields:  Must perform calibration of automated perimeters, &  must be able to perform automated perimetry.  Maintain a working knowledge of automated perimetry, &  be able to perform Amsler Grid testing.- Must be able to perform OCT &   HRT.  Must be able to use IOL master &  any other A scan programs for biometry readings.- Assist doctors during examination as needed.  Prepare for, set up &  assist in minor surgery, &  all types of laser procedures.  Must be familiar with preoperative &  pre-laser patient education.  Apply eye dressings, protective shields as directed by the doctor.  Always must be willing to assist patients in clinic areas. - Set up &  provide physician assistance with intravitreal injections.- Per standard guidelines, clean exam lanes &  minor surgical instruments.  Prepare for the sterilization process either utilizing the clinic sterilizer following sterilizing protocol, or preparing instruments to be sent out for sterilization per standard protocol. Responsible for room maintenance including routing cleaning of exam lanes, &  daily validation of expiration dates of dilating &  other ophthalmic drops.  Keep exam rooms well stocked with appropriate instruments, as well as patient handouts, &  any other equipment, etc., as required by physicians.  - Maintain instruments &  triage appropriately when instruments are in need of repair or replacement.  Open exam lanes in the AM &  close exam lanes in the PM.  Provide administrative assistance &  support as required, assisting administrative team as necessary.  Assist in other clinic functions as necessary, including making appointments, preparing retina photography charts, or any other general duty as needed.  - Perform clerical duties to assist in maintaining departmental records &  as directed by the assigned provider.  Ensure that all relevant sections of the EMR are completed, &  always kept up to date &  current.- This job description is not all encompassing.Basic Qualifications:- Two (2) years of full time employment functioning in an ophthalmic technician capacity under the supervision of an ophthalmologist, and/or successful completion of a JCAHPO accredited ophthalmic medical technology program required.- Basic Life Support (BLS) for healthcare providers within thirty (30) days of hire required.- WA Medical Assistant Registered within sixty (60) days of hire required.- Proven record of attention to detail, ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. - Broad knowledge base of ophthalmic terminology.- Basic computer knowledge and skills.- Proficient and accurate keyboarding skills.- Must be able to communicate both in writing and orally in English. Preferred Qualifications:- Three (3) to five (5) plus years functioning in an ophthalmic technician capacity under the supervision of an ophthalmologist/or in a group ophthalmological practice/environment.- Broad based ophthalmic technician experience preferred.- COA, COT, or COMT certification through JCAHPO (Joint Commission on Allied Health Professionals in Ophthalmology) preferred.- Familiarity with EpicCare or electronic based medical records system preferred.- Proficiency in microsoft office suites preferred.- Ability to perform Goldmann visual fields.Job Schedule: Job Category: Vision Services

Part Time / Full Time
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Technician, Ophthalmic
Kaiser
location-iconKELSO WA

Assist with the provision of patient care within established policies and procedures to serve the needs of the Kaiser Permanente medical care program. Provides care to a population with predictable ophthalmic needs and assists the providers in caring for more acute needs. Essential Functions:- Screen patients for chief compliant, take accurate history of ophthalmic illnesses/surgeries, past ocular history, family history, &  current eye related medications.  Perform Ophthalmic testing as appropriate for the patient.  This includes, but is not limited to the ability to check/document distance &  near vision.  Must be able to perform papillary assessment to rule out afferent defect &  check pupil size (rule out pupillary asymmetry), corneal curvature (K readings) &  color vision testing.  Must be able to perform lensometry, including reading lenses with multifocal &  progressive adds, power of sphere, axis of cylinder power &  orientation of prism.  Perform intraocular pressure checks using applanation tonometry &  also using the tonopen.  Perform confrontation visual fields.  Must be able to perform cover/uncover test, alternate cover test &  quantify strabismus; must be able to document ocular motility &  the presence of strabismus or nystagmus.  Must be able to perform Worth 4 dot test &  Stereopsis test. Must be able to test near point of convergence, ductions, versions &  vergences.  Must be able to perform Potential Acuity Meter testing, Glare testing.  Must demonstrate ability to check/recognize narrow angle.  Instill dilating drops (and other ophthalmic drops) per physician's instructions.  Take &  record patient vitals when indicated in the EMR.- Visual fields:  Must perform calibration of automated perimeters, &  must be able to perform automated perimetry.  Maintain a working knowledge of automated perimetry, &  be able to perform Amsler Grid testing.- Must be able to perform OCT &   HRT.  Must be able to use IOL master &  any other A scan programs for biometry readings.- Assist doctors during examination as needed.  Prepare for, set up &  assist in minor surgery, &  all types of laser procedures.  Must be familiar with preoperative &  pre-laser patient education.  Apply eye dressings, protective shields as directed by the doctor.  Always must be willing to assist patients in clinic areas. - Set up &  provide physician assistance with intravitreal injections.- Per standard guidelines, clean exam lanes &  minor surgical instruments.  Prepare for the sterilization process either utilizing the clinic sterilizer following sterilizing protocol, or preparing instruments to be sent out for sterilization per standard protocol. Responsible for room maintenance including routing cleaning of exam lanes, &  daily validation of expiration dates of dilating &  other ophthalmic drops.  Keep exam rooms well stocked with appropriate instruments, as well as patient handouts, &  any other equipment, etc., as required by physicians.  - Maintain instruments &  triage appropriately when instruments are in need of repair or replacement.  Open exam lanes in the AM &  close exam lanes in the PM.  Provide administrative assistance &  support as required, assisting administrative team as necessary.  Assist in other clinic functions as necessary, including making appointments, preparing retina photography charts, or any other general duty as needed.  - Perform clerical duties to assist in maintaining departmental records &  as directed by the assigned provider.  Ensure that all relevant sections of the EMR are completed, &  always kept up to date &  current.- This job description is not all encompassing.Basic Qualifications:- Two (2) years of full time employment functioning in an ophthalmic technician capacity under the supervision of an ophthalmologist, and/or successful completion of a JCAHPO accredited ophthalmic medical technology program required.- Basic Life Support (BLS) for healthcare providers within thirty (30) days of hire required.- WA Medical Assistant Registered within sixty (60) days of hire required.- Proven record of attention to detail, ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. - Broad knowledge base of ophthalmic terminology.- Basic computer knowledge and skills.- Proficient and accurate keyboarding skills.- Must be able to communicate both in writing and orally in English. Preferred Qualifications:- Three (3) to five (5) plus years functioning in an ophthalmic technician capacity under the supervision of an ophthalmologist/or in a group ophthalmological practice/environment.- Broad based ophthalmic technician experience preferred.- COA, COT, or COMT certification through JCAHPO (Joint Commission on Allied Health Professionals in Ophthalmology) preferred.- Familiarity with EpicCare or electronic based medical records system preferred.- Proficiency in microsoft office suites preferred.- Ability to perform Goldmann visual fields.Job Schedule: Job Category: Vision Services

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Total Joint/Generalist Surgeon
LONGVIEW ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES PLLC
location-iconLongview WA

Description (of LOA) Longview Orthopedics is a turnkey physician owned private practice of six orthopedic surgeons supported by three nurse practitioners. Our practice operates in a pristine medical building which includes Orthopedic, Physical Therapy, MRI, Urology and Orthopedic owned ACS. With three operating rooms at our ASC and thirteen operating rooms at our local hospital we perform approximately 800 total joint cases per year. Alone our ACS performs over 1,000 Orthopedic cases annually as we are the only Orthopedic clinic within our county. What are we seeking Seeking a Total Joint/Generalist Surgeon to replace a retiring provider (BE/BC) Call required for one local hospital Details One year partnership track Great work life balance with two operating days and two office days per week Sign on bonus CME Allowance Full Medical and Dental coverage for the family Full malpractice coverage 401k match and Profit Share Ancillaries include ASC, MRI and DME Community Highlights 45 minutes from Portland, OR 2 hours from Seattle, WA 1 hour from the Pacific Ocean Recreational activities including hiking, biking, backpacking, skiing, fishing, and hunting No state income tax

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Ready Mix Driver- Longview
Calportland
location-iconLongview WA

Job SummaryThe Ready-Mix Driver will be responsible for all duties of the position, including the transporting of freshly mixed concrete from the batch plant to the job site in a safe manner. This individual will be responsible for making normal operating adjustments to the equipment and material being hauled. We are seeking a candidate with a positive attitude, strong work ethic, and great customer service skills.BenefitsAt CalPortland, were proud to offer a comprehensive, competitive benefits package that provides health and financial support to our most important resources: our employees. Your benefits are an important part of your overall compensation at CalPortland. Thats why we give you a wide range of benefits to choose from. All regular full time employees may enroll in a variety of health and welfare plans including medical, dental and vision plans. Other benefits include life insurance, disability coverage, employee assistance program, and retirement program. The company also has a variety of voluntary benefits for employees to choose from.Compensation$20.00-$30.55 per hour/DOEResponsibilitiesConduct daily pre-trip/post-trip vehicle inspectionsDeliver ready-mix concrete to various job sitesOperate a multi-axle mixer truck safely, obeying all traffic lawsClean and wash vehicle to include the removal of concrete buildup on all exterior parts of the mixerMust be willing to work according to customer demandsOperate a radio to communicate with company personnelAdhere to all safety regulations including company policies, state, and federal regulationsResponsible for reporting all incidents/injuries to management as soon as they occurAttend safety meetings as scheduled by managementEducationHigh School Diploma/GEDRequirements/QualificationsMust have currentCommercial Class A or B drivers license with airbrakes and tank endorsementClean/Safe driving record -no serious moving violations within the past 36 monthsMust have a current Department of Transportation (DOT) Medical CertificateAbility to read a map and understand verbal and GPS driving route instructionsGood attendance and punctuality a mustAbility to work in extremes of hot and cold weatherMust have the physical ability to: climb, stoop, bend, squat, frequently lift extension chutes (up to 60 lbs.), stretch, drive/sit and shift gearsAdhere to all safety regulations including company policies, State, and Federal regulationsMust be able to work a flexible schedule with flexible hours, hours vary; overtime work, weekends and nights, may be requiredPreferred:Experience in ready-mix or heavy construction industries2+ years of commercial driving experienceConditions of EmploymentSuccessful candidate must submit to post-offer pre-employment physical examination, drug/alcohol screen, and background check. Some positions require FMCSA regulated on-going drug and alcohol testing.#LI-CS1#EG

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Restaurant Delivery - Start Delivering Today
DoorDash
location-iconLongview WA

Your time. Your Goals.What is DoorDashAvailable in over 4,000 cities in the U.S, DoorDash connects local businesses and local drivers (called Dashers) with opportunities to earn, work, and live.As a Dasher, you can be your own boss and enjoy the flexibility of choosing when, where, and how much you earn. All you need is a mode of transportation (bike, car, scooter) and a smartphone to start making money. It’s that simple. You can even sign up and begin working that same day. With Dasher Direct, you can also get paid the same day!Why deliver with DoorDashChoose your own hours: When and where you work is totally up to you.Freedom to dash anywhere: Deliver near your home or in a city you're just visiting.Easy to get started: Don't worry about car inspections or vehicle restrictions. Just sign up and receive everything you need to start earning.Receive deliveries right away: Once approved, log on to the Dasher app to receive nearby orders immediately.Know how much you'll make: Clear and concise pay model lets you know the minimum amount you will make before accepting any orderDon’t wait for pay: Get paid the same day you dash, automatically and with no deposit fee - ever.Earn extra money for your goals: Achieve your short-term goals or long-term dreams by driving or biking with DoorDash.Sign Up DetailsRequirements18 or olderAny car, scooter, or bicycle (in select cities)Driver's license numberSocial security number (only in the US)Final Step: consent to a background checkHow to sign upClick “Apply Now” and complete the sign upGet the app and go

Part Time / Full Time
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Delivery Driver / Courier - Start Delivering Today
DoorDash
location-iconKelso WA

Your time. Your Goals.What is DoorDashAvailable in over 4,000 cities in the U.S, DoorDash connects local businesses and local drivers (called Dashers) with opportunities to earn, work, and live.As a Dasher, you can be your own boss and enjoy the flexibility of choosing when, where, and how much you earn. All you need is a mode of transportation (bike, car, scooter) and a smartphone to start making money. It’s that simple. You can even sign up and begin working that same day. With Dasher Direct, you can also get paid the same day!Why deliver with DoorDashChoose your own hours: When and where you work is totally up to you.Freedom to dash anywhere: Deliver near your home or in a city you're just visiting.Easy to get started: Don't worry about car inspections or vehicle restrictions. Just sign up and receive everything you need to start earning.Receive deliveries right away: Once approved, log on to the Dasher app to receive nearby orders immediately.Know how much you'll make: Clear and concise pay model lets you know the minimum amount you will make before accepting any orderDon’t wait for pay: Get paid the same day you dash, automatically and with no deposit fee - ever.Earn extra money for your goals: Achieve your short-term goals or long-term dreams by driving or biking with DoorDash.Sign Up DetailsRequirements18 or olderAny car, scooter, or bicycle (in select cities)Driver's license numberSocial security number (only in the US)Final Step: consent to a background checkHow to sign upClick “Apply Now” and complete the sign upGet the app and go

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Technician, Ophthalmic
Kaiser
location-iconDEER ISLAND OR

Assist with the provision of patient care within established policies and procedures to serve the needs of the Kaiser Permanente medical care program. Provides care to a population with predictable ophthalmic needs and assists the providers in caring for more acute needs. Essential Functions:- Screen patients for chief compliant, take accurate history of ophthalmic illnesses/surgeries, past ocular history, family history, &  current eye related medications.  Perform Ophthalmic testing as appropriate for the patient.  This includes, but is not limited to the ability to check/document distance &  near vision.  Must be able to perform papillary assessment to rule out afferent defect &  check pupil size (rule out pupillary asymmetry), corneal curvature (K readings) &  color vision testing.  Must be able to perform lensometry, including reading lenses with multifocal &  progressive adds, power of sphere, axis of cylinder power &  orientation of prism.  Perform intraocular pressure checks using applanation tonometry &  also using the tonopen.  Perform confrontation visual fields.  Must be able to perform cover/uncover test, alternate cover test &  quantify strabismus; must be able to document ocular motility &  the presence of strabismus or nystagmus.  Must be able to perform Worth 4 dot test &  Stereopsis test. Must be able to test near point of convergence, ductions, versions &  vergences.  Must be able to perform Potential Acuity Meter testing, Glare testing.  Must demonstrate ability to check/recognize narrow angle.  Instill dilating drops (and other ophthalmic drops) per physician's instructions.  Take &  record patient vitals when indicated in the EMR.- Visual fields:  Must perform calibration of automated perimeters, &  must be able to perform automated perimetry.  Maintain a working knowledge of automated perimetry, &  be able to perform Amsler Grid testing.- Must be able to perform OCT &   HRT.  Must be able to use IOL master &  any other A scan programs for biometry readings.- Assist doctors during examination as needed.  Prepare for, set up &  assist in minor surgery, &  all types of laser procedures.  Must be familiar with preoperative &  pre-laser patient education.  Apply eye dressings, protective shields as directed by the doctor.  Always must be willing to assist patients in clinic areas. - Set up &  provide physician assistance with intravitreal injections.- Per standard guidelines, clean exam lanes &  minor surgical instruments.  Prepare for the sterilization process either utilizing the clinic sterilizer following sterilizing protocol, or preparing instruments to be sent out for sterilization per standard protocol. Responsible for room maintenance including routing cleaning of exam lanes, &  daily validation of expiration dates of dilating &  other ophthalmic drops.  Keep exam rooms well stocked with appropriate instruments, as well as patient handouts, &  any other equipment, etc., as required by physicians.  - Maintain instruments &  triage appropriately when instruments are in need of repair or replacement.  Open exam lanes in the AM &  close exam lanes in the PM.  Provide administrative assistance &  support as required, assisting administrative team as necessary.  Assist in other clinic functions as necessary, including making appointments, preparing retina photography charts, or any other general duty as needed.  - Perform clerical duties to assist in maintaining departmental records &  as directed by the assigned provider.  Ensure that all relevant sections of the EMR are completed, &  always kept up to date &  current.- This job description is not all encompassing.Basic Qualifications:- Two (2) years of full time employment functioning in an ophthalmic technician capacity under the supervision of an ophthalmologist, and/or successful completion of a JCAHPO accredited ophthalmic medical technology program required.- Basic Life Support (BLS) for healthcare providers within thirty (30) days of hire required.- WA Medical Assistant Registered within sixty (60) days of hire required.- Proven record of attention to detail, ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. - Broad knowledge base of ophthalmic terminology.- Basic computer knowledge and skills.- Proficient and accurate keyboarding skills.- Must be able to communicate both in writing and orally in English. Preferred Qualifications:- Three (3) to five (5) plus years functioning in an ophthalmic technician capacity under the supervision of an ophthalmologist/or in a group ophthalmological practice/environment.- Broad based ophthalmic technician experience preferred.- COA, COT, or COMT certification through JCAHPO (Joint Commission on Allied Health Professionals in Ophthalmology) preferred.- Familiarity with EpicCare or electronic based medical records system preferred.- Proficiency in microsoft office suites preferred.- Ability to perform Goldmann visual fields.Job Schedule: Job Category: Vision Services

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Pediatric Behavioral Health Consultant
Kaiser
location-iconDEER ISLAND OR

Job Summary: The Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) provides expert integrated care to pediatric and adult patients as a member of the Primary Care Medical Home or Specialty Care treatment team. They specialize in brief, evidence-based, solution-focused assessments and interventions geared toward functional improvement. BHCs are generalists, providing high volume services from a population-based lens that are accessible, team-based, and a routine part of primary care. This is a behavioral health model that is interconnected with patients medical care and medical care team that requires specialized training and experience with a variety of medical and mental health concerns. In addition, this role performs high-level consultation to physicians and other medical care team members and contributes to a clear treatment plan for patient care. The BHC functions effectively in a fast pace, highly productive setting with the ability to successfully pivot from a patient facing to a physician facing role throughout the day. The BHC thrives on being adaptable, flexible, and able to independently function at a consistently high level. The individual in this position must be willing to engage in brief visits (e.g. 15- 30 mins) at a high volume, and adept in working closely with PCPs and other team members. Other required skills and duties are outlined below.Essential Responsibilities: Apply solid working knowledge of biopsychosocial models of human behavior and development for assessment of patient care to include knowledge of the use of adult and pediatric screening instruments, as well as the ability to screen for and identify substance abuse problems.Apply first line interventions in a time-limited setting for a broad spectrum of physical and mental health problems experienced by patients and families throughout the lifespan as presenting in primary care (pediatrics, Internal Medicine, and Family medicine populations) or Specialty Care (ob/gyn, dermatology, cardiology, etc.) Targets of treatment may include mental health concerns, substance abuse concerns, adverse health behaviors (including their contribution to chronic medical illnesses), stress-related physical symptoms, ineffective patterns of health care utilization, and adjustment to new and chronic medical conditions.Provide patient and family education effectively and sensitively to encourage compliance with medical and behavioral treatment plans. To include the skill and expertise to discuss common psychotropic medications with a patient, including indications, effects and side effects, and demonstrate the ability to appropriately recommend initiating medication to primary care physician.Effectively utilize electronic health record and verbal communication to concisely communicate relevant information to medical providers in a timely manner. Ability to concurrently document during patient sessions. To include performance of various clinical, compliance, and administrative duties required to meet various billing and medical documentation requirements.Effectively assess for and manage suicidal and homicidal risk, as well as concerns for child or elder abuse and neglect, using effective and evidence-based methods (PHQ-9, Columbia Risk Assessment). When applicable, collaborate and coordinate care with the Crisis team, contact police and/or Child Protective Services and communicate effectively with receiving emergency department.A high level of comfort in providing consultation and training to other members of the primary care team in the areas of mental health, chemical dependency, and behavioral medicine.Possess skill and expertise to discuss common psychotropic medications with a patient, including indications, effects and side effects, and demonstrate the ability to appropriately recommend initiating medication to primary care physician.Basic Qualifications:ExperienceExternal Candidates must have a minimum two (2) years of post-graduate clinical experience within an integrated care delivery system primarily (51% or more of the time spent) providing care as described above. Clinical experience must be within the past five (5) year(s) OR the applicant must have completed an integrated care training/course* within that same time-period.Internal Candidates must have a minimum two (2) years of post-graduate clinical experience within an integrated care delivery system OR two (2) years of post-graduate applied psychotherapy clinical experience AND the applicant must have completed an integrated care training/course*. This experience must be within the past five (5) year(s).* Integrated care training/course sample list can be provided upon request.EducationMasters degree in mental health related field.License, Certification, RegistrationThis job requires credentials from multiple states. Credentials from the primary work state are required before hire. Additional Credentials from the secondary work state(s) are required post hire.Psychologist License (Oregon) within 6 months of hire OR Professional Counselor License (Oregon) within 6 months of hire OR Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (Oregon) within 6 months of hire OR Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Oregon) within 6 months of hirePsychologist License (Washington) within 6 months of hire OR Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (Washington) within 6 months of hire OR Mental Health Counselor License (Washington) within 6 months of hire OR Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (Washington) within 6 months of hireNational Provider Identifier required at hireAdditional Requirements:Taxonomy code required at time of hire.Demonstrate the ability to work in a fast-paced Primary Care or Specialty Care setting requiring the ability to manage multiple competing demands, constantly re-prioritize, and succinctly communicate relevant information effectively to both patients and medical team members.Demonstrate the ability to work effectively in an inter-disciplinary team.Demonstrate current knowledge of cultural competency, particularly related to how variables related to socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, and culture impact physical and emotional health; demonstrated experience and working understanding of how these variables may impact presentation of various concerns in primary care settings.Ability and willingness to teach classes and groups relevant to the integrated behavioral health provider role (e.g., chronic pain management, diabetes and stress, insomnia, etc).Experience/training working with a population that ranges across the life spanDemonstrates the ability to appropriately and professionally present a case for review by the medical home/specialty treatment team, highlighting key clinical considerations, assessment needs, case formulation and treatment plan recommendations.Preferred Qualifications:Clinical experience within an integrated care delivery system.Flexible, high energy level, team player, and strong interest in health and fitness, extroverted, self-starter, interest in larger systems issues in addition to individual patient care.Masters or Doctoral degree with emphasis in Integrated Care.Notes:This is a Pediatric Behavioral Health Consultant Position.  All working days will be in-person. Job Schedule: Job Category: Behavioral Health, Social Services & Spiritual Care

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Packaging Operator - Nights
Lignetics Inc.
location-iconColumbia City OR

Description: Job Type: Full timeShift Schedule: 5p - 5a, Su - WSalary: Possibility to earn up to $21.00/hourResponsibilities:The packaging operator is required to perform two functions: the bagging operation and the baler operation. The packaging operator must maintain the ability to perform both bagging and baler functions as determined by the Shift Leads.Operate machinery in a productive manner using the established safety guidelines and procedures.Responsible for assisting other production areas, as needed.Move and wrap completed products.Assist the Shift Leads to start and stop the pellet mills.Communicate any moisture or material problems to Shift Lead.Maintain a clean workstation.Other duties as assigned.The Bagging Operation:Responsible for operating a variety of machinery, primarily bagging and baler machines, shrink wrapping machines, forklifts, pallet jack, and bag sealer.Stacking bags on pallets, putting covers on pallets and placing finished goods in the correct warehouse location.Position requires accurate completion of the Bagger production report, filling pellet sample cups every ton for quality control information, and tagging pallet with Quality Control tag with initials, date, ton number, and the shift the pallet was completed.The Baler Operation:Stacking bales on pallets, sealing bales with an iron, and wrapping pallets.Position requires accurate completion of the Baler Operator production report, checking bale weight, and recording information on various reports and quality control tags.Qualifications/Education:High School diploma or GED preferred.Prior forklift and production line experience preferred.Must have a good eye, hand, and foot coordination.Must be able to pass the company forklift training.Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs and stand for a minimum of 7 hours per day.Required to read and interpret scales.Requires mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting skills to adjust the weight and timing of baler and various other simple maintenance problems.Requires the ability to do simple math calculations.Benefits:Annual BonusMonthly target bonus planEmployee referral bonus program2 weeks paid time off + 2 floating holidaysMedical, Dental, and Vision Insurance (FSA & HSA options)Educational assistanceLife insurance, short term & long-term disability401(k) with employer match & immediate vestingEmployee heating pellet programLignetics SWAG gear to include an annual pair of work boots & other PPE Requirements: PI196663078

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Packaging Operator - Day shift
Lignetics Inc.
location-iconColumbia City OR

Description: Salary: $18/hr+ DOEJob Type: Full-timeShift: Wednesday - Saturday, 5am - 5pm ** Pre-employment background check and drug screen required.Responsibilities:The packaging operator is required to perform two functions: the bagging operation and the baler operation. The packaging operator must maintain the ability to perform both bagging and baler functions as determined by the Shift Leads.Operate machinery in a productive manner using the established safety guidelines and procedures.Responsible for assisting other production areas, as needed.Move and wrap completed products.Assist the Shift Leads to start and stop the pellet mills.Communicate any moisture or material problems to Shift Lead.Maintain a clean workstation.Other duties as assigned.The Bagging Operation:Responsible for operating a variety of machinery, primarily bagging and baler machines, shrink wrapping machines, forklifts, pallet jack, and bag sealer.Stacking bags on pallets, putting covers on pallets and placing finished goods in the correct warehouse location.Position requires accurate completion of the Bagger production report, filling pellet sample cups every ton for quality control information, and tagging pallet with Quality Control tag with initials, date, ton number, and the shift the pallet was completed.Qualifications/Education:High School diploma or GED preferred.Prior forklift and production line experience preferred.Must have a good eye, hand, and foot coordination.Must be able to pass the company forklift training.Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs and stand for a minimum of 7 hours per day.Required to read and interpret scales.Requires mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting skills to adjust the weight and timing of baler and various other simple maintenance problems.Requires the ability to do simple math calculations. Benefits: Annual BonusMonthly target bonus planEmployee referral bonus program2 weeks paid time off + 2 floating holidaysMedical, Dental, and Vision Insurance (FSA & HSA options)Life insurance, short term & long-term disability401(k) with employer match & immediate vestingEmployee heating pellet programLignetics SWAG gear to include an annual pair of work boots & other PPE Requirements: PI196663050

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DoorDash Drivers in Portland get paid $26 per active hour on average, including tips
DoorDash
location-iconColumbia City OR

Your time. Your Goals.What is DoorDashAvailable in over 4,000 cities in the U.S, DoorDash connects local businesses and local drivers (called Dashers) with opportunities to earn, work, and live.As a Dasher, you can be your own boss and enjoy the flexibility of choosing when, where, and how much you earn. All you need is a mode of transportation (bike, car, scooter) and a smartphone to start making money. It’s that simple. You can even sign up and begin working that same day. With Dasher Direct, you can also get paid the same day!Why deliver with DoorDashChoose your own hours: When and where you work is totally up to you.Freedom to dash anywhere: Deliver near your home or in a city you're just visiting.Easy to get started: Don't worry about car inspections or vehicle restrictions. Just sign up and receive everything you need to start earning.Receive deliveries right away: Once approved, log on to the Dasher app to receive nearby orders immediately.Know how much you'll make: Clear and concise pay model lets you know the minimum amount you will make before accepting any orderDon’t wait for pay: Get paid the same day you dash, automatically and with no deposit fee - ever.Earn extra money for your goals: Achieve your short-term goals or long-term dreams by driving or biking with DoorDash.Sign Up DetailsRequirements18 or olderAny car, scooter, or bicycle (in select cities)Driver's license numberSocial security number (only in the US)Final Step: consent to a background checkHow to sign upClick “Apply Now” and complete the sign upGet the app and goActual earnings may differ and depend on factors like number of deliveries accepted and completed, time of day, location, and any related costs. Hourly pay is calculated using average Dasher payouts while on a delivery (from the time you accept an order until the time you drop it off) over a 120 day period and includes compensation from peak pay, tips, and other incentives.

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Certified Nurses Assistant II-Acute 36Hrs Night
Kaiser
location-iconCOLUMBIA CITY OR

  Works as a member of the nursing team under the supervision of the Registered Nurse on assignments that are routine in nature and within authorized duties of the CNA 2 Acute Care. Tasks performed have predetermined procedures and guidance and supervision is provided as needed. Position supports RN in patient care delivery as dictated by comfort and safety and in accordance with identified training and certification.Essential Functions:• Work tasks are fully defined.• Refers more difficult issues to RN.• Uses judgment to perform tasks.• Accepts accountability for own actions.• Demonstrates effective written/verbal communication.• Documents and relays messages or instructions accurately.• Reports patient information on a timely basis.• Verifies understanding of information and asks for clarification when necessary.• Documents accurately to reflect understanding of assigned tasks.• Confronts difficult or conflict situations constructively.• Demonstrates a commitment to service.• Contributes to a positive patient care experience.• Anticipates the customer's desires and takes proactive steps to meet those needs.• Recognizes the diversity and cultural norms of the individual.• Seeks assistance when needed in culturally sensitive situations.• Obtains vital signs and collects data; reports values outside given parameters.• Reports observations.• Reports outcomes of assigned nursing care tasks.• Demonstrates the ability to problem solve.• Identifies resources and uses them when confronted with a problem.• Prioritizes assigned tasks and work or seeks assistance appropriately.• Demonstrates understanding of how Kaiser Permanente key systems affect services and quality of care.• Demonstrates technological literacy in using computerized information systems related to assignments.• Demonstrates technical knowledge of clinical procedures and use of special equipment as assigned.• Attends mandatory in-services related to patient care and others as appropriate.• Displays clinical knowledge appropriate to education/training and assigned tasks.• Assists in identifying own learning needs.• Seeks assistance when doing an unfamiliar task/activity, or when unable to perform an assigned task/activity.• Takes responsibility to keep informed of organizational policies and current information in policy and procedure manuals and unit communications.• Provides care and assists patients within the limits of the authorized duties for CNA 2 Acute Care consistent with those defined by the state.• Demonstrates knowledge of the legal responsibilities, limitations and implications of their actions.• Provides care in compliance with government, state or regulatory agencies (e.g. Medicare).• Adheres to and supports KP policies and Principles of Responsibility.• Adheres to HIPAA and confidentiality policies.• Demonstrate accepted ethical practices with respect to cultural, social and ethnic differences, within the health care environment (e.g. CLAS standards).• Interacts effectively and sensitively with all members of the healthcare team.• Demonstrates flexibility as a team member.• Collaborates with team members and supports the goals of the team.• Supports a collaborative LMP environment.• Assists others with patient care activities when own assignment is completed.• Maintains an acceptable attendance record.• Participates in unit-based activities, including staff meetings.• This job description is not all encompassing.Basic Qualifications:- One (1) year of experience as a CNA 1.- High School Diploma or related medical assistant experience.- Completion of an OSBN approved CNA 1 Program.- If hired prior to 11/17/08, must have current Oregon certification as a Nursing Assistant and must obtain CNA2 Acute Care Certification by 11/17/08.  If hired after 11/17/08 must have current Oregon CNA2 Acute Care Certification.- Must obtain BLS with AED certification within thirty (30) days of hire. Preferred Qualifications:- Previous experience as a CNA 2 Acute Care preferred.- Computer keyboarding skills preferred.Job Schedule: Job Category: Clinical Support

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CT Technologist- 40 hours
Kaiser
location-iconCOLUMBIA CITY OR

 Under direct supervision, operates CT scanners and other radiographic equipment to produce high quality diagnostic images. To perform all duties, including clerical duties as needed, in a manner which promotes team concepts and reflects the KPNW mission and philosophy.Essential Responsibilities:Performing diagnostic procedures, using knowledge, skills and abilities required for age of patient served to include: routine, emergent, biopsy, and/or special procedure examinations in accordance with department policies and procedures. Communicate all necessary information to other members of the health care team. Provides service-orientated communication with the patient; explaining procedure; answering questions. Applies appropriate measures (ALARA principles) for minimizing radiation exposure.File work/Reception/computer including PACs functions. Administering contrast media as directed, in accordance with all policies and procedures. Protocol exams according to established departmental directives. Assist with screening patients for contraindications.Quality Assurance functions and troubleshoot equipment. Restocking supplies/cleaning. Maintains general order and cleanliness of room assigned.Performs other duties as assigned. Assist with patient transport as needed. Reports equipment malfunctions appropriately. Participate in on-call or standby schedule as assigned.Basic Qualifications: ExperienceMinimum one (1) year experience as a CT technologist within the past 2 years or minimum six (6) months experience in an acute hospital setting within the last year.Per the National Agreement, current KP Coalition employees have this experience requirement waived. EducationAssociates degree or higher in Radiologic Science or related field. License, Certification, RegistrationDiagnostic Radiologic Technologist License (Oregon) required at hire OR Registered Radiologic Technologist (Washington) required at hireAmerican Registry of Radiologic Technologists Certificate - Computed Tomography required at hireRadiologic Technologist Certification required at hire from American Registry of Radiologic TechnologistsBasic Life Support within 1 months of hire Additional Requirements:IV Certification will be obtained annually.Proof of continuing education.Mandatory Infection control education and training will occur on an annual basis. Knowledge and skills in Infection Control shall be evaluated annually on an oral or written bases per KPNW policy and/or requirements.Demonstrates customer-focused service skills.Ability to use and apply excellent communication and interpersonal skills with peers and administration.Performs all functions at a high level of competence without direct supervision.Must be able to work in a Labor/Management Partnership environment. Preferred Qualifications:Prior CT work experience using helical and/or multi-detector technology.Attendance at CT and cross-sectional anatomy courses.Bachelors degree in Radiologic Science.Organizational skills, time management, prioritization, planning; attention to detail; problem solving, decision making, judgment; technical skills; initiative; communication, interpersonal skills, customer relations, organizational relations; adaptability; flexibility.Knowledge of cross-sectional anatomy.Knowledge of Policies and Procedures.$10, 000 Sign-on Bonus eligible position! Job Schedule: Job Category: Imaging & Radiology

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Assistant, Medical
Kaiser
location-iconCOLUMBIA CITY OR

Job Summary:Participates with the Health Care Team in delivering quality and customer focused health care to patients in a manner that reflects Kaiser Permanentes mission, vision and values. Provides clinical and administrative support to clinicians and other health care team members to offer a variety of health care services to patients. Clinical duties involve both direct (in person) and indirect (via phone or on-line) patient care activities requiring both simple to complex clinical knowledge and skills. As appropriate to the positions scope of authorized duties, the MA is expected to have competent observational, clinical, critical thinking, communication, problem-solving and decision-making skills in order to meet patient needs and contribute to a positive care experience and work environment. Works under the clinical supervision of the clinician for patient care activities, and under the general direction of the designated manager/supervisor.Essential Responsibilities:Clinical Tasks: These job tasks provide patient care and are to be performed competently, consistently, accurately and according to established regional/departmental clinical protocols, policies and procedures and standards. They are: Prepares and organizes patients office visit for known reason/procedure by ensuring that all appropriate tests, clinical information (e.g. diagnostic test results, consultation reports, outside records, etc.) and order entries are ready for clinician review prior to appointment time. Collects pertinent subjective (e.g. signs; symptoms, allergies, current medication, tobacco use, etc.) and objective (e.g. vital signs, height, weight, etc.) data related to patients reason for visit (i.e. chief complaint, presenting symptoms or procedure). Utilizes standardized tools (e.g. PST, health maintenance alerts) to identify and address health maintenance/care gaps with patient and alerts clinician on those that require his/her attention. Recognizes signs and symptoms of common medical illnesses, abnormal versus new/existing and reports to clinician. Alerts clinician on signs and symptoms requiring immediate attention and respond to directions per clinician. Prepares patient for actual visit/procedure prior to clinicians exam during rooming-in process. Assures exam/procedure room contains appropriate supplies, equipment, forms and educational materials are available and ready for use during visit/procedure. Checks equipment are in safe working order and cleans room after use. Provides patient with after-visit, follow-up, self-care or procedural instructions and/or educational materials as directed by clinician. Use KP HealthConnect and other information systems to document all pertinent data and outcomes of patient care according to standardized procedures and policies such as and not limited to the use of SBAR, KP HealthConnect smarttools, etc. Updates demographic or historical clinical data gathered in the electronic medical record.Clinical Procedures: Performs diagnostic tests, therapies and procedures within scope of authorized duties competently and with maintenance of proficiency according to: a) specific department standards on core clinical tasks (see departments list of core skills); application of knowledge and skills appropriate to developmental age of patient; and established policies such as and not limited to patient safety, aseptic and sterile techniques and infection control. Examples of categories of clinical tasks are as follows: Screening tests - e.g. vital signs, vision, hearing, developmental, LOPS, pain, etc. Diagnostic tests - e.g. urine dips, spirometry/peak flow, bladder scan, finger sticks for glucose, O2 saturation rate, etc. Medication administration via oral, topical, otic, rectal, vaginal, IM, SubQ, intradermal, ophthalmic, inhalation and nasal routes. Wound care - e.g. routine dressing changes, staple/suture removal, cleansing/flushing of wounds. Application and/or removal of orthopedic appliances and other devices - e.g. splints, slings, orthotics, cast, crutch management, anti-embolic stockings measurement, procedural safety restraints, etc. Minor surgical procedures assist - e.g. biopsies, excisions, insertion of devices, D C, etc. Medical procedures assist - e,g. PAP, colonoscopies, sigmoidoscopies, colposcopies, joint aspirations, etc. Lab specimens collection and labeling - e.g. nose, throat, wound, application of U-bag, etc. Irrigations - e.g. eye, ear. Instrument/equipment set-up, cleaning and processing (sterile and non-sterile) - e.g. scopes, cryogun, O2 tank, procedural trays, etc. Ambulate/transfer of patient using lift equipment. Other procedures outlined in the core skills checklist as attached.Practice Management Activities: These job tasks are primarily;indirect patient care; (i.e. non face-to-face) to be performed competently, accurately and consistently according to established regional/departmental clinical protocols, policies and procedures and standards. They are: Maintains and adjusts clinicians patient schedule for efficient patient flow that facilitates appointed visits and overbooks. Answers and responds to in-coming messages/requests via telephone, mail or kp.org from patient or other department(s) by collecting and communicating pertinent data requiring clinicians review and input. Act as the clinicians agent to communicate back to patient or department his/her response/instructions in a timely manner. Facilitates and completes follow-up duties on patients plan of care as directed by clinician to include but not limited to: processing of prescriptions and forms; reminder of screening/diagnostic tests that are due; scheduling/staging of procedures, tests, referrals, and/or return appointments; and obtaining and inputting patient data to monitor progress into the electronic medical record. Sorts and prioritizes mail containing patient and/or clinical information requiring clinicians review and attention. Provides population-based care outreach activities to include health maintenance screening as directed by clinician.Teamwork, Leadership and Professional Development Activities: Performs appropriate daily activities to start workflow in work area per team agreements and procedures. Demonstrates flexibility and ability to reprioritize workflow to handle urgent/emergent demands of the team effectively. Assists with on-boarding of new hires/transfers and/or validating peers clinical skills. Reports errors, near misses or other hazards in a timely manner per established procedures. Seeks assistance with duties when unable to perform safely, lacks training or outside scope of authorized duties. Completes annual competency assessments and trainings by meeting organizational standards and expectations. Demonstrates and maintains clinical knowledge and skills related to departments clinical area and contributes new ideas to assist team in achieving departmental/regional quality and service goals/initiatives.Other duties as assigned consistent with job description.Basic Qualifications:ExperienceN/AEducationN/ALicense, Certification, RegistrationBasic Life Support within 1 months of hireAdditional Requirements:Graduate of accredited Medical Assistant program.Employees must be able to successfully obtain Kaiser Permanentes Medication Administration Competency Certification within ninty (90) days of employment as a Medical Assistant.Demonstrated interpersonal and customer service skills (Assessment required for external candidates).Demonstrated communication (written and oral) skills.Demonstrated literacy in using computers and keyboarding.Skills in problem-solving, setting priorities and using good judgment for decisions.Ability to work independently and efficiently under pressure.Preferred Qualifications:One (1) - two (2) + years in a medical assistant position to assigned departments clinical area (e.g. Pediatrics, FP/IM, OB/Gyn, Surgery, Dermatology, Neurology, Cardiology, etc.) within an ambulatory care setting.Demonstrated clinical knowledge and procedural skills and/or documented trainings in assigned departments clinical area within the last one (1) - three (3) years.Current National Medical Assistant Certification.Familiarity in documenting in an electronic medical record system.Notes:Variable schedule.Job Schedule: Job Category: Clinical Support

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Sonographer- 40 hours
Kaiser
location-iconCOLUMBIA CITY OR

To provide diagnostic ultrasound services in a hospital and/or clinical setting, to include OB/GYN, abdominal, and vascular superficial structures. Clerical duties as required. To perform all duties in a manner which promotes team concepts and reflects the KPNW Mission and philosophy.Essential Responsibilities:Performing diagnostic procedures, using knowledge, skills and abilities required for age of patient served to include: Routine, emergent, portable, surgical examinations in accordance with department policies and procedures.Communication with Radiologist.Assist patient/transport.Exam review. File work. Restocking supplies/cleaning. Quality Assurance functions. Other duties as assigned.Basic Qualifications: ExperienceN/A EducationGraduate of an CAAHEP Accredited Ultrasonographer Program at time of hire or 2 yrs previous Ultrasound experience.High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) required. License, Certification, RegistrationRegistered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer Certificate - Abdomen from American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers OR Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer Certificate - Ob-Gyn from American Registry of Diagnostic Medical SonographersSonography Technologist License (Oregon)Basic Life Support within 1 months of hire Additional Requirements:Daily use of diagnostic equipment, Imaging and health care computer system.Demonstrates customer-focused service skills.Ability to use and apply excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Preferred Qualifications:Minimum one (1) year experience performing Ultrasound exams, preferably within the last three (3) years.Vascular Ultrasonographer experience preferred.Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT) ARDMS certification.Organizational skills, time management, prioritization, planning; attention to detail; problem solving, decision making, judgment; technical skills; initiative; communication, interpersonal skills, customer relations, organizational relations.Adaptability; following Policies and Procedures; flexibility.Able to work unsupervised and perform exams independently and confidently.Job Schedule: Job Category: Imaging & Radiology

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Certified Nurses Assistant II-Acute
Kaiser
location-iconCOLUMBIA CITY OR

Works as a member of the nursing team under the supervision of the Registered Nurse on assignments that are routine in nature and within authorized duties of the CNA 2 Acute Care. Tasks performed have predetermined procedures and guidance and supervision is provided as needed. Position supports RN in patient care delivery as dictated by comfort and safety and in accordance with identified training and certification.Essential Responsibilities:Problem Solving: Work tasks are fully defined. Refers more difficult issues to RN.Decision-Making: Uses judgment to perform tasks. Accepts accountability for own actions.Compliance Accountability: Consistently supports compliance and the Principles of Responsibility (Kaiser Permanentes Code of Conduct) by maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of information, protecting the assets of the organization, acting with ethics and integrity, reporting non-compliance, and adhering to applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations, accreditation and licenser requirements (if applicable), and Kaiser Permanentes policies and procedures.Communication Skills: Demonstrates effective written/verbal communication. Documents and relays messages or instructions accurately. Reports patient information on a timely basis. Verifies understanding of information and asks for clarification when necessary. Documents accurately to reflect understanding of assigned tasks. Confronts difficult or conflict situations constructively.Service Orientation: Demonstrates a commitment to service. Contributes to a positive patient care experience. Anticipates the customers desires and takes proactive steps to meet those needs. Recognizes the diversity and cultural norms of the individual. Seeks assistance when needed in culturally sensitive situations.Assessment or Observation Skills: Obtains vital signs and collects data; reports values outside given parameters. Reports observations. Reports outcomes of assigned nursing care tasks.Critical Thinking Skills (including strategic and systems thinking). Demonstrates the ability to problem solve. Identifies resources and uses them when confronted with a problem. Prioritizes assigned tasks and work or seeks assistance appropriately. Demonstrates understanding of how Kaiser Permanente key systems affect services and quality of care.Technology Skills: Demonstrates technological literacy in using computerized information systems related to assignments. Demonstrates technical knowledge of clinical procedures and use of special equipment as assigned.Knowledge: Attends mandatory inservices related to patient care and others as appropriate. Displays clinical knowledge appropriate to education/training and assigned tasks. Assists in identifying own learning needs. Seeks assistance when doing an unfamiliar task/activity, or when unable to perform an assigned task/activity. Takes responsibility to keep informed of organizational policies and current information in policy and procedure manuals and unit communications.Legal & Ethical Responsibilities: Provides care and assists patients within the limits of the authorized duties for CNA 2 Acute Care consistent with those defined by the state. Demonstrates knowledge of the legal responsibilities, limitations and implications of their actions. Provides care in compliance with government, state or regulatory agencies (e.g. Medicare). Adheres to and supports KP policies and Principles of Responsibility. Adheres to HIPAA and confidentiality policies. Demonstrate accepted ethical practices with respect to cultural, social and ethnic differences, within the healthcare environment (e.g. CLAS standards).Team Focus (Teamwork): Interacts effectively and sensitively with all members of the healthcare team. Demonstrates flexibility as a team member. Collaborates with team members and supports the goals of the team. Supports a collaborative LMP environment. Assists others with patient care activities when own assignment is completed. Maintains an acceptable attendance record. Participates in unit-based activities, including staff meetings.Leadership & Change Management: Identifies and supports new ideas. Demonstrates the ability to support change efforts within the team or unit. Assists in orienting and mentoring new team members. Acts as a resource to other team members.Performs Tasks & Procedures (Implementation): Performs assigned tasks competently and demonstrates operational knowledge of procedures, therapies, special tests and equipment within scope of knowledge and training. Vital Signs. Temperature. Pulse. Respiration. B/P - manual and electronic. Pain Level. Pulse oximetry. Warm and cold therapies. Warm and cold compresses. Ice bags, ice gloves, or dry cold pack. Heated soaks and whirlpool or sitz baths. Data gathering. Newborn hearing screening (Maternal/Child). Replacing electrodes and leads on monitored unit. Bladder scanning. Capillary blood glucose (CBG) testing. Placing electrodes and leads and/or running 12-lead electrocardiogram or three lead rhythm strips. Testing of gastric contents and stool for occult blood and pH. Applying topical over-the-counter creams and ointment(s) for prophylactic treatment for skin conditions. Applying pediculicides. Applying sequential compression devices. Assisting patients in and out of Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) machines. Assist patient to cough and dry breathe. Suctioning oral pharynx. Turning oxygen on and off at pre-established flow rate. Using incentive spirometry. Clean ostomy site and change dressing or appliances for established, non-acute ostomies on intact skin. Collect clean catch urine specimens. Discontinue Foley catheter at direction of RN. Measure, record, and/or empty output from drainage devices and closed drainage systems. Demonstrates department, job and age-specific competencies.Safety Practices: Promotes a safe patient environment by proactively reporting errors, near misses or systemic hazards and participating in their resolution. Promotes patient safety through diligent adherence to policies and procedures. Maintains a safe, ergonomically correct, and hazard-free environment for patient, visitors, staff and self. Prevents injury or illness through proactive, safe work practices and follows health and safety policies and procedures. Regularly observes fire and life safety policies and procedures. Completes environmental and health safety training per policies. Demonstrates the use of defined emergency response procedures.Basic Qualifications: ExperienceOne (1) year of experience as a CNA 1. EducationHigh School Diploma or related medical assistant experience.Completion of an OSBN approved CNA 1 Program. License, Certification, RegistrationNursing Assistant Certificate - Level 2 (Oregon)Basic Life Support within 1 months of hire Additional Requirements:N/A Preferred Qualifications:Previous experience as a CNA two (2) Acute Care.Computer keyboarding skills. Notes:On-call CNA/Mobility role.Job Schedule: Job Category: Clinical Support

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DoorDash Drivers in St. Helens, OR get paid $27 per active hour on average, including tips
DoorDash
location-iconSaint Helens OR

Your time. Your Goals.What is DoorDashAvailable in over 4,000 cities in the U.S, DoorDash connects local businesses and local drivers (called Dashers) with opportunities to earn, work, and live.As a Dasher, you can be your own boss and enjoy the flexibility of choosing when, where, and how much you earn. All you need is a mode of transportation (bike, car, scooter) and a smartphone to start making money. It’s that simple. You can even sign up and begin working that same day. With Dasher Direct, you can also get paid the same day!Why deliver with DoorDashChoose your own hours: When and where you work is totally up to you.Freedom to dash anywhere: Deliver near your home or in a city you're just visiting.Easy to get started: Don't worry about car inspections or vehicle restrictions. Just sign up and receive everything you need to start earning.Receive deliveries right away: Once approved, log on to the Dasher app to receive nearby orders immediately.Know how much you'll make: Clear and concise pay model lets you know the minimum amount you will make before accepting any orderDon’t wait for pay: Get paid the same day you dash, automatically and with no deposit fee - ever.Earn extra money for your goals: Achieve your short-term goals or long-term dreams by driving or biking with DoorDash.Sign Up DetailsRequirements18 or olderAny car, scooter, or bicycle (in select cities)Driver's license numberSocial security number (only in the US)Final Step: consent to a background checkHow to sign upClick “Apply Now” and complete the sign upGet the app and goActual earnings may differ and depend on factors like number of deliveries accepted and completed, time of day, location, and any related costs. Hourly pay is calculated using average Dasher payouts while on a delivery (from the time you accept an order until the time you drop it off) over a 120 day period and includes compensation from peak pay, tips, and other incentives.

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Technician, Ophthalmic
Kaiser
location-iconVADER WA

Assist with the provision of patient care within established policies and procedures to serve the needs of the Kaiser Permanente medical care program. Provides care to a population with predictable ophthalmic needs and assists the providers in caring for more acute needs. Essential Functions:- Screen patients for chief compliant, take accurate history of ophthalmic illnesses/surgeries, past ocular history, family history, &  current eye related medications.  Perform Ophthalmic testing as appropriate for the patient.  This includes, but is not limited to the ability to check/document distance &  near vision.  Must be able to perform papillary assessment to rule out afferent defect &  check pupil size (rule out pupillary asymmetry), corneal curvature (K readings) &  color vision testing.  Must be able to perform lensometry, including reading lenses with multifocal &  progressive adds, power of sphere, axis of cylinder power &  orientation of prism.  Perform intraocular pressure checks using applanation tonometry &  also using the tonopen.  Perform confrontation visual fields.  Must be able to perform cover/uncover test, alternate cover test &  quantify strabismus; must be able to document ocular motility &  the presence of strabismus or nystagmus.  Must be able to perform Worth 4 dot test &  Stereopsis test. Must be able to test near point of convergence, ductions, versions &  vergences.  Must be able to perform Potential Acuity Meter testing, Glare testing.  Must demonstrate ability to check/recognize narrow angle.  Instill dilating drops (and other ophthalmic drops) per physician's instructions.  Take &  record patient vitals when indicated in the EMR.- Visual fields:  Must perform calibration of automated perimeters, &  must be able to perform automated perimetry.  Maintain a working knowledge of automated perimetry, &  be able to perform Amsler Grid testing.- Must be able to perform OCT &   HRT.  Must be able to use IOL master &  any other A scan programs for biometry readings.- Assist doctors during examination as needed.  Prepare for, set up &  assist in minor surgery, &  all types of laser procedures.  Must be familiar with preoperative &  pre-laser patient education.  Apply eye dressings, protective shields as directed by the doctor.  Always must be willing to assist patients in clinic areas. - Set up &  provide physician assistance with intravitreal injections.- Per standard guidelines, clean exam lanes &  minor surgical instruments.  Prepare for the sterilization process either utilizing the clinic sterilizer following sterilizing protocol, or preparing instruments to be sent out for sterilization per standard protocol. Responsible for room maintenance including routing cleaning of exam lanes, &  daily validation of expiration dates of dilating &  other ophthalmic drops.  Keep exam rooms well stocked with appropriate instruments, as well as patient handouts, &  any other equipment, etc., as required by physicians.  - Maintain instruments &  triage appropriately when instruments are in need of repair or replacement.  Open exam lanes in the AM &  close exam lanes in the PM.  Provide administrative assistance &  support as required, assisting administrative team as necessary.  Assist in other clinic functions as necessary, including making appointments, preparing retina photography charts, or any other general duty as needed.  - Perform clerical duties to assist in maintaining departmental records &  as directed by the assigned provider.  Ensure that all relevant sections of the EMR are completed, &  always kept up to date &  current.- This job description is not all encompassing.Basic Qualifications:- Two (2) years of full time employment functioning in an ophthalmic technician capacity under the supervision of an ophthalmologist, and/or successful completion of a JCAHPO accredited ophthalmic medical technology program required.- Basic Life Support (BLS) for healthcare providers within thirty (30) days of hire required.- WA Medical Assistant Registered within sixty (60) days of hire required.- Proven record of attention to detail, ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. - Broad knowledge base of ophthalmic terminology.- Basic computer knowledge and skills.- Proficient and accurate keyboarding skills.- Must be able to communicate both in writing and orally in English. Preferred Qualifications:- Three (3) to five (5) plus years functioning in an ophthalmic technician capacity under the supervision of an ophthalmologist/or in a group ophthalmological practice/environment.- Broad based ophthalmic technician experience preferred.- COA, COT, or COMT certification through JCAHPO (Joint Commission on Allied Health Professionals in Ophthalmology) preferred.- Familiarity with EpicCare or electronic based medical records system preferred.- Proficiency in microsoft office suites preferred.- Ability to perform Goldmann visual fields.Job Schedule: Job Category: Vision Services

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DoorDash Drivers in Longview, WA get paid $23 per active hour on average, including tips
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location-iconLongview WA
Job Description

Your time. Your Goals.

What is DoorDash

Available in over 4,000 cities in the U.S, DoorDash connects local businesses and local drivers (called Dashers) with opportunities to earn, work, and live.

As a Dasher, you can be your own boss and enjoy the flexibility of choosing when, where, and how much you earn. All you need is a mode of transportation (bike, car, scooter) and a smartphone to start making money. It’s that simple. You can even sign up and begin working that same day. With Dasher Direct, you can also get paid the same day!

Why deliver with DoorDash

  • Choose your own hours: When and where you work is totally up to you.
  • Freedom to dash anywhere: Deliver near your home or in a city you're just visiting.
  • Easy to get started: Don't worry about car inspections or vehicle restrictions. Just sign up and receive everything you need to start earning.
  • Receive deliveries right away: Once approved, log on to the Dasher app to receive nearby orders immediately.
  • Know how much you'll make: Clear and concise pay model lets you know the minimum amount you will make before accepting any order
  • Don’t wait for pay: Get paid the same day you dash, automatically and with no deposit fee - ever.
  • Earn extra money for your goals: Achieve your short-term goals or long-term dreams by driving or biking with DoorDash.

Sign Up Details

Requirements

  • 18 or older
  • Any car, scooter, or bicycle (in select cities)
  • Driver's license number
  • Social security number (only in the US)
  • Final Step: consent to a background check

How to sign up

  • Click “Apply Now” and complete the sign up
  • Get the app and go

Actual earnings may differ and depend on factors like number of deliveries accepted and completed, time of day, location, and any related costs. Hourly pay is calculated using average Dasher payouts while on a delivery (from the time you accept an order until the time you drop it off) over a 120 day period and includes compensation from peak pay, tips, and other incentives.

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DoorDash Drivers in Longview, WA get paid $23 per active hour on average, including tips
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Part Time / Full Time
location-iconLongview WA
Job Description

Your time. Your Goals.

What is DoorDash

Available in over 4,000 cities in the U.S, DoorDash connects local businesses and local drivers (called Dashers) with opportunities to earn, work, and live.

As a Dasher, you can be your own boss and enjoy the flexibility of choosing when, where, and how much you earn. All you need is a mode of transportation (bike, car, scooter) and a smartphone to start making money. It’s that simple. You can even sign up and begin working that same day. With Dasher Direct, you can also get paid the same day!

Why deliver with DoorDash

  • Choose your own hours: When and where you work is totally up to you.
  • Freedom to dash anywhere: Deliver near your home or in a city you're just visiting.
  • Easy to get started: Don't worry about car inspections or vehicle restrictions. Just sign up and receive everything you need to start earning.
  • Receive deliveries right away: Once approved, log on to the Dasher app to receive nearby orders immediately.
  • Know how much you'll make: Clear and concise pay model lets you know the minimum amount you will make before accepting any order
  • Don’t wait for pay: Get paid the same day you dash, automatically and with no deposit fee - ever.
  • Earn extra money for your goals: Achieve your short-term goals or long-term dreams by driving or biking with DoorDash.

Sign Up Details

Requirements

  • 18 or older
  • Any car, scooter, or bicycle (in select cities)
  • Driver's license number
  • Social security number (only in the US)
  • Final Step: consent to a background check

How to sign up

  • Click “Apply Now” and complete the sign up
  • Get the app and go

Actual earnings may differ and depend on factors like number of deliveries accepted and completed, time of day, location, and any related costs. Hourly pay is calculated using average Dasher payouts while on a delivery (from the time you accept an order until the time you drop it off) over a 120 day period and includes compensation from peak pay, tips, and other incentives.