Genesis Health System Observational 1:1 Care Provider in Davenport, Iowa
Position Title: Observational 1:1 Care Provider
Department: Adult Psychiatric
Purpose: Under the direction of a Registered Nurse, provides continuous observation of a patient in order to insure a safe environment, identify risks and communicate needs to nursing personnel.
Report To: Supervisor
Supervisory Responsibility: No Supervision: The job does not require the provision of guidance or supervision to others. There is no formal responsibility for directing others.
Materials Responsibility: Very Limited. Work requires very limited responsibility for material resources. Examples of resources could include personal work materials, supplies or equipment, or very small amounts of cash. The employee has a very limited or indirect amount of control over these resources. Although human error might require the repair or replacement of materials, usually the cost of correcting these errors is minor. The variety and volume of resources is also very limited. Problems associated with material resources are very uncomplicated.
Key Relationship: Co-workers/Health System Employees, Patients, Families, and Significant Others
Education: High school graduation or equivalent
Field Of Study:
Experience: No experience required.
Interpersonal Skills: Interaction is with a variety of people. These may be fellow employees, customers, the public or others outside the organization. Communications are of limited difficulty. Interactions usually involve short, straightforward exchanges of information. The job requires a limited amount of interpersonal skills. Interactions are non-stressful encounters and dealing with uncomplicated problem situations.
Working Conditions: There is limited exposure to moderately adverse and undesirable environmental conditions. There are some health and safety risks. Position may require safety equipment and precautions. The amount of time the employee may experience these moderate conditions is limited to 10% or less of their work day.
Possible Exposure to Blood Borne Pathogens: Yes