Part-time, 48 hours every two weeks. Working 2 afternoons in La Crosse, 2 mornings in Onalaska, and 1 afternoon in Onalaska.
The Rehabilitation Technician performs delegated work under the direct supervision of an Occupational Therapist (OT), Physical Therapist (PT), Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant (COTA) or Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA). Greets patients, assists with smooth flow of department operations, and maintains a clean work environment.
Rehabilitation Technician supports patient care by:
Demonstrates reliability, timeliness and organizational skills and effective use of time to complete delegated work in accordance with established time frames.
Prepares patient upon arrival to and departure from the therapy department.
Set up and clean-up of patient care treatment area, equipment, and supplies for therapy treatments to include hydrotherapy.
Maintains a clean environment meeting departmental standards, i.e. 5S.
Maintains inventory, ordering and departmental supplies, equipment and linen.
Arranges patient's transport within the medical complex using appropriate equipment and utilizing safety precautions as indicated by the patient's health status.
Supports infection control practices under the direction of the department AICP.
Assists in the orientation of new personnel.
Maintains and achieves proficiency in department competencies.
Participates in quality improvement activities in order to continuously improve patient care and department operations within scope of role.
Perform office duties as delegated.
Performs other job-related responsibilities as requested.
|Scope of the Job|
|Age Specific Population Served||Adult (18 - 64 years)
Geriatric (65 years & older)
Adolescent (13 - 17 years)
Pediatric (1 - 12 years)
|OSHA Category||Category I - All Employees in this job title have a reasonably anticipated risk of occupational exposure to blood and/or other potentially infectious materials.|
|Education and Experience:|
|Required||High School Diploma or equivalency
|Required||1 year experience in general service requiring basic occupational knowledge and skills.|
|Communication||communicate with ease on a professional level|
|General - All Positions||provide excellent customer service to people both inside and outside the organization|
|General - All Positions||work cooperatively with a wide variety of people|
|Reasoning/Decision Making||have positive attitude|
|License and Certifications|
|Required||Federal and Wisconsin Registered Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) required for technicians working with inpatients. and
Current American Heart Association (AHA) Healthcare Provider CPR certification; Heart Saver, Rescue and Military training network CPR; or the American Red Cross CPR certification (CPR) except Citizen and Animal classes
|Physical Requirements/Demands of the Position|
|Static Standing||Frequently (34-66% or 5.5 hours)|
|Walking/Standing||Frequently (34-66% or 5.5 hours)
|Stooping/Bending||Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours)
|Squatting||Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours)
|Kneeling/Half Kneel||Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours)
|Reaching - Shoulder Level|
|Reaching - Below Shoulder||Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours)
|Reaching - Above Shoulder|
|Repetitive Actions - Pinch Forces||Rarely (1-5% or .5 hours)||Pounds of force: 0-25|
|Repetitive Actions - Grip Forces||Rarely (1-5% or .5 hours)||Pounds of force: 0-25|
|Repetitive Actions - Fine Manipulation||Rarely (1-5% or .5 hours)|
|Balance - Right Leg||Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours)|
|Balance - Left Leg||Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours)|
|Lifting - Floor to Waist||Number of lbs:|
|Lifting - Waist to Overhead||Number of lbs:|
|Lifting - Other||Rarely (1-5% or .5 hours)||Number of lbs: 0-25|
|Carrying - Long Carry (>50 feet)||Number of lbs:|
|Carrying - Short Carry||Rarely (1-5% or .5 hours)||Number of lbs: 0-25|
|Carrying - Right Carry||Number of lbs:|
|Carrying - Left Carry||Number of lbs:|
|Carrying - Push/Pull (Static Force)||Occasionally (6-33% or 3 hours)||Number of lbs: 50-75|
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|Exposed to infectious diseases.
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