Cooper University Health Care REGISTERED RESP THERAPIST in Camden, New Jersey
REGISTERED RESP THERAPIST
Job ID 52033 Job Type Full Time Shift Night Specialty Respiratory
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
Internal and external patient transporting, patient and family education
License (or Certification):BLS Required; License (or Certification):NJ-RESP Required; License (or Certification):NRP Required; Education:ASSOCIATE Preferred; Education:BACHELOR PreferredAS/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).
Cooper University Health Care complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate, exclude people, or treat them differently on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.
Cooper University Health Care provides free aids and services to people with disabilities to communicate effectively with us, including qualified sign language interpreters, large print or audio communications, free language services, and written materials in different languages.