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LVN, LPN, EMT or Paramedic (PRN)

Sick of riding in the back of an ambulance? Tired of long shifts in the ER? Are you looking to pick up extra shifts? Do you routinely engage in conversations with everyone you meet? Do you treat your patients as good, if not better than you would treat yourself? Do you like job perks, good pay, and growth potential? If so, then Medcor may be the right company for you!
Here's why people love working for Medcor:
Stability! We've been around since 1984.
Opportunities galore! Medcor has a lot more to offer than just this job. There are opportunities to move vertically, horizontally, and geographically. Annually, 20% of our openings are filled by internal employees. The fact is, opportunity exists here!
Training! We believe in it and we'll train and support you to be the best you can be. We feel we offer more training than most other companies.
Travel! With new clients and projects added daily, there is always an opportunity to transfer across the country.
We have an open-door policy. Do you have something to say? Speak your mind! We encourage it and we look forward to how you can help our organization.
Medcor is looking to hire an LVN, LPN, EMT or Paramedic to be a Worksite Health Technician in an employer based, occupational health clinic setting in Lugoff, SC. The clinic operates Monday - Friday, 7:00am - 11:00pm.
THIS IS NOT A FULL TIME JOB. IT IS PRN/COVERAGE
Since this is on an as needed basis there are no guaranteed hours. If you have the availability to pick up an occasional shift we invite you to apply.
The position's responsibilities include collaborative work with the medical and operational leadership at Medcor, local medical providers, client staff, with key contacts within the client's corporate structure. The day-to-day role of the Worksite Health Technician includes patient care, ongoing workers' compensation case management, Return to Work (RTW) program facilitation, and treatment plan monitoring. This position will work closely with outside medical providers.
Medcor Philosophy
Medcor embraces a set of simple, interconnected practices that everyone can tailor to their own life and work. To preserve our pioneering, entrepreneurial spirit, we impart our values through the ongoing Better@Medcor campaign: encouraging our advocates to make a conscious choice to practice our values, to celebrate and recognize each other via our peer recognition program, and to support one another during tough times.
A typical day in the life of a Worksite Health Technician
Participate in daily operations at Medcor's on-site clinic
Triage, Assessment, and Treatment of workplace injuries and illnesses according to Medcor's Evidence Based Medicine protocols and/or PCGs (Patient Care Guidelines)
Pre-employment and post-offer screenings
Physical Assessment Testing (PATs)
Case Management
Medical charting
OSHA record-keeping
Build everlasting relationships
You Must
LOVE what you do
Have valid licensure for the position in which you are applying
Have a positive and outgoing personality
Be willing to go above and beyond just because that's who you are
Be passionate about people and giving them the best care humanly possible
Have 2 years' experience that proves you meet the criteria listed above
You Should
Have the ability to type 30 WPM
Be strong enough to lift a 50lb jump bag
Have current CPR/BLS
Be good with computers and some familiarity with EMR software
Possess excellent verbal/written communication skills
Have experience in occupational health, emergency medicine or critical care
Be able to have fun
Culture
We don't just advocate for our clients and our patients; we also advocate for ourselves. To learn more about Medcor's Culture click here.
Medcor is a tobacco free and smoke free workplace!
EOE/M/F/Vet/Disability
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