Patient Care Technician - Psych Emergency Services 1
Requisition #: 287129
Location: Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore, MD 21201
Work Shift: Night Shift
Work Week: Full Time Nursing (36 hours)
Weekend Work Required: Yes
Date Posted: Oct. 8, 2020
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Demonstrated the knowledge/skills required to care for the patient population on a chemical dependcy treatment unit. Must assume accountability for the process and outcome of care for the patients. At least 1 year of CNA experience is strongly preferred. Previous work with behavioral health/psychiatric patients is ideal. Please note this is a night shift position.
Psychiatic Emergency Services
Full Time Nursing (36 hours)
Pay Grade 93
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
High School Graduate
Maryland CNA certification
AHA Healthcare Provider
Possible exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous materials with little likelihood of harm if established health precautions are followed; Works in area that may require contact with aggressive and/or combative patients
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