Pediatric/Neonatal Respiratory Therapist (RCP I)
Requisition #: 187754
Location: Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD 21201
Work Shift: Night Shift
Work Week: Part Time (30 - 39)
Weekend Work Required: Yes
Date Posted: June 11, 2019
Under general supervision, staff that have been trained in the various units of the Bloomberg Children’s Center use the knowledge of concepts related to Respiratory Care to evaluate and recommend appropriate treatment for patients with cardiopulmonary compromise in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), and Inpatient Pediatric General Care Units. As a Pediatric Respiratory Care Practitioner, staff are trained to exclusively work in either the PICU and Pediatric General Care Units (Pediatric core staff), the NICU (NICU core staff), or are cross-trained to work in all areas of the Children’s Center (PICU, NICU and Pediatric General Care). All RCPs will demonstrate competency in setting up, operating, delivering, and discontinuing medical gas therapy, humidity therapy, aerosol therapy, hyperinflation therapy, bronchial hygiene therapy, invasive and non-invasive mechanical ventilation, emergency care/resuscitation, and airway management to patients with cardiopulmonary complications. Builds relationships with other members of the healthcare team and participates in the realization of each patient’s multidisciplinary plan of care. Other duties as assigned.
Associates Degree in Respiratory Care from a (COARC) accredited Respiratory Therapy Program. Bachelor’s Degree in Respiratory Care from a (COARC) accredited Respiratory Therapy Program preferred.
Entry Level position with demonstrated and documented competency in clinical and operational systems in place in a comparable RCS division.
Night, Full Time (36 hours)
6:45 pm-7:15 am
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