Transportation, Driver - PRN
- Oct 10, 2017
- Healthcare : General Healthcare
1500 West Ashland Street - Nevada, Missouri, 64772
Heartland Behavioral Health Services is hiring for a Transportation, Driver - PRN job in Nevada,MO
Heartland Behavioral Health Services is hiring for a Transportation, Driver B - PRN job in Nevada,MO
Transportation, Driver - PRN 224695
The transportation / driver performs routine patient/resident transport duties when transportation is needed for off-campus trips, as well as, other nonprofessional services under the direct supervision of the Director of Nursing. The transportation/driver works varied hours during the day, evening or night shifts, 7 days a week as needed. Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS) is one of the largest and most respected hospital management companies in the nation. Heartland is a subsidary of UHS.
Standard 1 – Job Tasks & Knowledge-Completes position responsibilities by following established guidelines & protocols within the appropriate timeframes. Performs job functions at an acceptable level. (40%)
- Follow directions as given by supervisor and obeys policies as outlined in policy and procedure manual.
- Provides transportation to patients/residents in a manner that considers safety, patient rights, comfort and the therapeutic environment.
- Makes trips as time efficient as possible by utilizing shortest, safest route and immediate return to Heartland.
- Utilizes time at Heartland efficiently by assisting on units as directed by Director of Nursing when waiting to leave on a transportation trip.
- Will not perform any personal business while on a transportation trip unless approved by supervisor.
- Assists with patient/resident trips outside the facility including out-of-town trips that may require being gone 12-15 hours.
Standard 2 – Facility/Department Policies/Procedures-Adheres to established hospital and department guidelines and protocols. (10%)
- Increase knowledge base via participation in in-service attendance, staff meeting and performance appraisal system.
- Follows all other facility and departmental policies and procedures.
- Channels concerns appropriately, deals with conflict appropriately and privately.
- Maintains confidentiality of patient and employee information in verbal, written and electronic information.
Standard 3 – Education/Development & Initiative-Maintains education and development appropriate for position. (10%)
- Able to communicate with other staff, visitors, and patient/residents with compassion and courtesy.
- Reports to work on time, follows procedures for reporting absences. No more than six absences per year.
- Participates and maintains facility safety standards and culture.
- Attends department meetings on a regular basis.
- Attends department inservice programs and ongoing education to improve job performance.
- Completes all orientation and annual requirements according to hospital policy.
Standard 4 – Communication, Interpersonal Skills and Service Excellence-Demonstrates good skills in all forms of communication. Works well with others in a spirit of teamwork and cooperation. Shows awareness of differences. Supports hospital mission, vision and values. (40%)
- Is committed to the standards reflected by the Statement of Ethics and strictly follows the ideas and beliefs set forth by the Corporate Compliance Policy. Follows Service Excellence standards:
- Treats everyone as a Guest.
- Demonstrates Professionalism & Excellence in the things they do.
- Practices teamwork and always presents with a positive attitude.
- Badges or documents time worked according to organization/department policy.
- Demonstrates an appreciation of cost factors in the routine performance of duties; maximizes cost efficiency.
- Supports and participates in the organizations continuous quality improvement programs.
- Graduate of an accredited high school or completion of GED is required.
- Must meet requirements as outlined in the Heartland Transportation Policy and Procedure .
- Current valid Missouri Chauffeur’s License or equivalent is required.
- Knowledge of Child and Adolescent Developmental Stages and appropriate interventions for the psychiatric treatment of these age groups.
- Eligible for CPR and Crisis Management certification
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We are about the quality treatment of children at Heartland Behavioral Health Services. We believe in returning children to families or the community as quickly as possible. A big institution isn’t the ideal place for kids, but Heartland is a safe, positive environment where they can receive the treatment they need. We offer services and specialty programs that other residential programs do not. Our focus is to change the lives of children and families.
More Than 100 Years of Caring for Kids
Since its original construction in 1889, our facility in Nevada, Mo., has been dedicated to caring for children. Originally built by the Christian Church as a university, Franciscan nuns purchased the building sight unseen for $10,000 in 1892.
A Labor of Love
The sisters arrived in Nevada on Sept. 3, 1893, and opened a day school when a man named Hogan was unable to care for his children due to the death of his wife. Hogan approached the sisters to take in his children. These were the first of many children raised at what was soon to become St. Francis Orphanage.