REGISTERED RESP THERAPIST

Location US-NJ-Camden
Job ID
53707
Category
Professionals
Shift
3
Type
Full Time
Department Name
Respiratory Therapy

Short Description

Join our growing team where we are offering new competitive rates and sign-on bonus options for FT Respiratory Therapists!

 

Full-time Respiratory Therapist $10,000 Sign-on bonus 2 year commitment

Full-time Respiratory Therapist $5,000 Sign-on bonus 1 year commitment

Registrants must apply for jobs on the Cooper Career site at jobs.cooperhealth.org before Friday, December 31, 2021.

 

Patient assessment, mechanical ventilatory support monitoring, non-invasive ventilation

     support, administration of medical gas delivery systems (i.e.:  heliox, nitric, oxygen

     compressed air, etc...).

 

     Humidification and aerosol therapy, airway management, delivery of aerosolized & instilled

     medications, chest physical therapy, vest therapy, IPV therapy, in-exsuffalator therapy,

     cardiopulmonary resuscitation, arterial blood gas acquisition & analysis,

 

     Transcutaneous pc02 & po2 monitoring, pulse oximetry monitoring & trending,

     ventilatory weaning, peak flow monitoring, assist with bedside tracheostomies, and

     bronchoscopy.

 

     Internal and external patient transporting, patient and family education

Special Requirements

License (or Certification):BLS Required; License (or Certification):NJ-RESP Required; License (or Certification):NRP Required; Education:ASSOCIATE Preferred; Education:BACHELOR Preferred

AS/BS Degree, Graduate of an AMA Approved Respiratory Care Program.

Post Respiratory Care program graduate.

 

1-2 years preferred Pediatric and Adult critical care experience.

Required License/Certifications/ Registration:

Current New Jersey State Respiratory Care Board License, valid BLS

 

NRP within 6 months of starting position

 

Maintain required proficiencies (skills fair, BLS, NRP, and NJ State Licensure).

Respiratory Therapy Bonus

 

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