University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital is located on the west bank of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis. We provide a broad range of pediatric programs from surgery, imaging and neonatal and pediatric intensive care to cardiac and oncology (cancer care) services and blood and marrow and organ transplantation.
Our clinical staff apply innovative approaches to creating medical breakthroughs based their work with patients and on findings through research at the University of Minnesota. This has led to several firsts, including the first successful pediatric blood marrow transplant, infant heart transplant in Minnesota and cochlear ear implant surgery for a child.
Through teamwork and collaboration, we respectfully address the physical, emotional, cultural and spiritual needs of pediatric patients and their families. Our compassionate, innovative approach has repeatedly received national recognition. In 2020, four medical specialties at University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital were ranked on U.S. News & World Report's annual “Best Children's Hospitals“ list—more than any other children's hospital in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. This is the 13th consecutive year that our hospital has received national honors from U.S. News & World Report.
We're a committed, caring team of health care professionals who treat children with cancer and blood disorders. We combine our academic, clinical and research backgrounds with determination and passion to strive toward—or meet—our goal of curing disease in children.
Pediatric Med/Surg - Unit 5
- 24 Beds.
- General med/surg – some patient populations include hem/onc, solid organ transplant, GI/GU.
- We work together with the entire interdisciplinary team (MDs, NPs, NSTs, OT/PT, Speech, SW, etc) to deliver high quality care to our families.
This position will be offered between 24 to 64 hours every two weeks on the night shift, 8 hour shifts, every other weekend. This position is eligible for benefits.
The Nursing Station Technician is a hybrid position consisting of both Nursing Assistant and Health Unit Coordinator roles to deliver direct patient care and administrative duties.
In this role, you will work under the direct supervision of a professional nurse to demonstrate excellent customer service, teamwork and communication skills with patients, families, and the healthcare team on a fasted paced unit. Other job duties include:
- Patient care such as personal hygiene, vitals, daily activities, repositioning, transporting, and feeding
- Maintaining unit desk area functions such as answering phones, processing admissions, discharging and transferring forms, transcribing orders, assembling patient charts and ordering tests
- Setting up and maintaining patient rooms
- Ordering and stocking of supplies
Current certification on the Minnesota Nursing Assistant Registry upon hire with the following exceptions:
- If the applicant is currently enrolled in an RN program, and completion of one (1) semester of clinical rotation within the program or
- If the applicant is a current Fairview employee, this requirement does not need to be maintained throughout employment and is not required if subsequently transferring into another Nursing Assistant or Nursing Station Tech or Nursing Station Attendant position
Basic Life Support (BLS) certification