• Respiratory Care Therapist II 0.9D

    Job ID 2018-29396
    Area of Interest
    Respiratory Care
    Location Name
    Hospital Main Campus
    FTE/Hours per pay period
    0.9 FTE (72 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
    Work Status
    Respiratory Care
    Day Shift
  • Overview

    The Respiratory Therapist II applies the knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate respiratory care for any age–related needs of the patients served on assigned unit or department


    Required Education/Experience:
    - Completion of an AMA approved two year school of Respiratory Therapy.
    - For ECMO Specialist, 2 years NICU/PICU experience.
    - For Transport RT, 2 years NICU, PICU, and CICU combined experience.
    - For Staff Educator Preceptor, Clinical Educator, and QI/Research RTII, two years of NICU/PICU experience.
    - For Emergency Department RT 1 year NICU/PICU or equivalent critical care experience.

    Required Credentials:
    - Registered Respiratory Therapist or Registry Eligible with the National Board of Respiratory Care
    - BLS for Healthcare Providers or current PALS certification.
    - Current Washington State Respiratory Care Practitioner license.
    - Any one of the following:
    - completion of ECMO specialist training and selection to be on the team of ECMO specialist;
    - completion of Neonatal Transport training and certification in Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP) plus selection to be on the neonatal air and ground transport team;
    - completion of training requirements including the Neonatal Pediatric Specialist (NPS) credential from the NBRC to be multidisciplinary respiratory therapy educator and staff preceptor;
    - completion of training in the Pulmonary Function or Exercise Stress Labs. CPFT required within 6 months of hire or transfer for employees working in the Pulmonary Diagnostic’s Lab.

    - RPFT preferred for employees working in the Pulmonary Diagnostic’s Lab
    - BS preferred for Clinical Educator and QI/Research RT II


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