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Palo Alto Foundation Medical Group, Sunnyvale, CA, Santa Clara County
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Senior Director Operations - Central Valley, CA
Satellite Healthcare, Sunnyvale, CA, Santa Clara County
The Sr Director of Operations is responsible to the Regional Vice President for operational oversight and administration of dialysis services within a specified Market Service Area (MSA). Senior Director Operations About Satellite Healthcare Satellite Healthcare is more than simply a dialysis company. Since our founding in 1974, we have become the industry’s leader in personalized quality care: 70% of our centers earn 4- and 5-star ratings from Medicaid and Medicare.gov, far ahead of all other providers. Our success in caring for patients can be attributed to our mission, our not-for-profit structure, and our people. Together, they create a powerfully patient-centered organization. Our mission is clear: to make life better for people living with kidney disease. Because we are a non-profit, we can pursue that mission with all our resources, united by our passion for patient care. As part of our commitment to continuous improvement, Satellite Research explores new ways to elevate the effectiveness and delivery of dialysis therapy. And Satellite Wellbound is leading the industry in home dialysis because better outcomes and quality of life are our highest priority. We are also substantial contributors to community and philanthropic kidney initiatives. Across our organization, we share a single mission – to make life better for those living with kidney disease. [Watch our video to learn more about our mission.](https://assets.phenompeople.com/CareerConnectResources/SAHEGLOBAL/videos/SatelliteHealth_AnthemFilm_Cutv6DBM-1583368534380.mp4) About the Role The Sr Director of Operations is responsible to the Regional Vice President for operational oversight and administration of dialysis services within a specified Market Service Area (MSA). The Operations Senior Director is a member of the dialysis team and leads and supports both the strategic and quality plans for a specific MSA of operations. The Sr Director of Operations provides supervision, mentoring and coaching to Center Managers within the MSA in all areas of responsibilities especially in quality and operations. Quality services are defined and measured for all patients based on the direction and guidance of the Chief Medical Officer (CMO). The Senior Director of Operations works collaboratively with the Medical Director(s) and Center Manager of each center to resolve issues and improve the overall performance of center. The Senior Director of Operations provides guidance and support to the local Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI) program including the patient experience. The Senior Director of Operations maintains a strong working relationship with physicians, medical practices and payers within their business area. 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Center Manager (In-Center)
Satellite Healthcare, Sunnyvale, CA, Santa Clara County
Bascom - San Jose Center Manager role coordinates the care and quality of treatments for patients so they can have life, but also a quality of living. The leader in this role conducts proactive planning and creates a clear path for the team to follow. SIGN-ON BONUS FOR EXPERIENCED DIALYSIS CANDIDATES ABOUT SATELLITE HEALTHCARE Satellite Healthcare, Inc. has been among the nation's leading not-for-profit providers of kidney dialysis and related services since 1974. Through its affiliated services, Satellite WellBound, Satellite Dialysis, and Satellite Research, Satellite Healthcare provides unparalleled early patient wellness education, personalized clinical services, and a complete range of dialysis therapy choices. In addition, Satellite Healthcare has a well-recognized, enduring commitment to philanthropy and community service, from funding millions of dollars in research grants to sponsoring kidney programs nationwide. Satellite Healthcare is committed to advancing the standard of chronic kidney disease care so patients can enjoy a better life. At Satellite Healthcare (SHC), we work with Purpose at the heart of everything we do. It starts with our Mission to make life better for those living with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. Our core Values round out our Purpose by defining how we choose to show up each day. As a member of the team, you will be invited to discover your own personal purpose at work and ways to activate that purpose to create a more fulfilling work-life for yourself. It is our hope and belief that, as you and your colleagues learn to courageously live and work by your purpose, you will find that it not only lifts your work and career, but the organization and the community of patients as well. ABOUT THE ROLE We are seeking a purpose-driven team member dedicated to providing quality care to patients in a safe and professional environment. The Center Manager, CM, is a critically important role to the overall functioning of a clinic. The CM maintains operational excellence while leading a high-performing team who exhibits high morale and professionalism in the day to day operations of the dialysis center. The CM's role coordinates the care and quality of treatments for patients so they can have life, but also a quality of living. The CM will achieve this by facilitating the care of patients while working with Satellite employees, MD’s, and other representatives. The CM consistently demonstrates a high standard of care for patients and maintains a high level of compassion in every interaction with them. The CM will also play an integral role in educating and mentoring staff members as appropriate. ABOUT YOU You will play a vital role to ensure that we deliver on our Mission to make life better for those with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. You approach your work with an indisputable sense of greater purpose. You are patient-centric and have a track record of leading interdisciplinary teams in providing quality care. Lastly, you are high energy, seek out opportunities to improve the environment for patients and staff, are goal-oriented, and gain deep satisfaction from building relationships. WHAT YOU WILL GAIN Relationships: You will work directly with a multi-disciplinary team that is as passionate as you in making a difference in others’ lives. You will be a servant leader, bringing up your team to provide care that is unsurpassed by others in our industry. Impact: You will set the tone that enables our patients to live a better life and address their needs holistically. You will make the difference for our patients so that they do dialysis to live instead of living for dialysis. Growth: You will have formal and informal opportunities for professional growth in a supportive environment. You will become a subject-matter expert and have a wide range of opportunities for career advancement. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Experience: One (1) year of experience as a Registered Nurse and six (6) months of hemodialysis nursing experience Education: Graduation from an accredited nursing school or equivalent, BSN preferred. License/Certification: Current Registered Nurse license in the state of practice or in accordance with the applicable state’s Board of Nursing rules for the Nursing Licensure Compact (NCL)
Assistant Center Manager (Nurse)(Wellbound)
Satellite Healthcare, Sunnyvale, CA, Santa Clara County
The Assistant Center Manager (ACM) assists the Center Manager (CM) in the operations of the entire center.ABOUT SATELLITE HEALTHCARE Satellite Healthcare, Inc. has been among the nation's leading not-for-profit providers of kidney dialysis and related services since 1974. Through its affiliated services, Satellite WellBound, Satellite Dialysis, and Satellite Research, Satellite Healthcare provides unparalleled early patient wellness education, personalized clinical services, and a complete range of dialysis therapy choices. In addition, Satellite Healthcare has a well-recognized, enduring commitment to philanthropy and community service, from funding millions of dollars in research grants to sponsoring kidney programs nationwide. Satellite Healthcare is committed to advancing the standard of chronic kidney disease care so patients can enjoy a better life. At Satellite Healthcare (SHC), we work with Purpose at the heart of everything we do. It starts with our Mission to make life better for those living with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. Our core Values round out our Purpose by defining how we choose to show up each day. As a member of the team, you will be invited to discover your own personal purpose at work and ways to activate that purpose to create a more fulfilling work-life for yourself. It is our hope and belief that, as you and your colleagues learn to courageously live and work by your purpose, you will find that it not only lifts your work and career, but the organization and the community of patients as well. ABOUT THE ROLE We are seeking a purpose-driven team member dedicated to providing quality care to patients in a safe and professional environment. The Assistant Center Manager (ACM) is responsible for the delivery of safe, quality care of dialysis treatments by assisting the Center Manager (CM) with oversight of the center’s operations and by providing direct patient care. The ACM acts as a team leader who educates and mentors center staff as appropriate. In the absence of the CM, this position is also responsible for the daily management of the center. ABOUT YOU You will play a vital role to ensure that we deliver on our Mission to make life better for those with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. You approach your work with an indisputable sense of greater purpose. Lastly, you are high energy, seek out opportunities to improve the environment for patients and staff, you are goal-oriented, and gain deep satisfaction from building relationships. WHAT YOU WILL GAIN Relationships: You will work directly with a multi-disciplinary team that is as passionate as you in making a difference in others’ lives. You will become a servant leader, bringing up your team to provide care that is unsurpassed by others in our industry. Impact: You will set the tone that enables our patients to live a better life and address their needs holistically. You will make the difference for our patients so that they do dialysis to live instead of living for dialysis. Growth: You will have formal and informal opportunities for professional growth in a supportive environment. You will become a subject-matter expert and have a wide range of opportunities for career advancement. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Experience: One (1) year nursing experience required; 1 year of hemodialysis or home program preferred Education: Graduation from an accredited school of nursing or equivalent; BSN preferred License/Certification: Current State license as a Registered Nurse; Current CPR/BLS for Healthcare certification
Senior Director of Home Dialysis Operations- - Sacramento / Stockton / Central Valley
Satellite Healthcare, Sunnyvale, CA, Santa Clara County
The Senior Director of Home Dialysis Operations is responsible for operational oversight and administration of home dialysis services within a specified Market Area.Satellite Healthcare is a successful, nonprofit organization that has improved the lives of people living with kidney disease since 1973. We earn our national reputation for excellent patient care each day by offering a complete range of dialysis therapy choices, personalized clinical services, and unparalleled wellness education. Satellite Healthcare provides expert, personalized kidney care at over 80 centers across the U.S. as well as at acute dialysis locations in California and Texas. Learn more about Satellite Healthcare at [www.satellitehealth.com](http://www.satellitehealth.com) The Senior Director of Home Operations is responsible to the Regional Vice President for operational oversight and administration of home dialysis services within a specified Market Service Area (MSA). The Operations Senior Director is a member of the home dialysis team and leads and supports both the strategic and quality plans for a specific MSA of operations. The Senior Director of Home Operations provides supervision, mentoring and coaching to Center Managers within the MSA in all areas of responsibilities especially in quality and home operations. Quality services are defined and measured for all patients based on the direction and guidance of the Chief Medical Officer (CMO). The Senior Director of Home Operations works collaboratively with the Medical Director(s) and Center Manager of each center to resolve issues and improve the overall performance of center. The Senior Director of Home Operations provides guidance and support to the local Quality Assurance Performance Improvement (QAPI) program including the patient experience. 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Employees must abide by all Satellite’s standards of patient care, patient’s rights and ethical treatment, and adhere to safety and quality programs. Operations Market Service Area and Dialysis Center Leadership Provides supervision, mentoring and advice to the Center Managers Provides leadership and direction in the opening of new centers Encourages and develops leadership at all levels of the organization Provides corporate visibility and shares corporate communication with centers Facilitates center management and the technical team in problem solving facility and supply issues/concerns Supports matrix management as it functions with ancillary services including administrative functions, social work, nutrition, and quality In absence of the Regional Vice President, the Senior Director of Home Operations has the authority to carry out responsibilities of the Regional Vice President for the MSA Employee Management Plans and promotes all levels of staff involvement in the operations Develops a recruitment and retention plan for the region with HR Provides direction and supervision of hiring and disciplinary action at the center level and consults Human Resources when necessary Reviews focal reviews with Center Managers, working collaboratively in assessing performance and setting goals Utilizes the pyramid as a teaching tool for Clinical Management on staff development and retention Monitors staff education and training programs Promotes teamwork by offering information, advice, and assistance to all staff members in a positive, courteous, and cooperative manner Contributes to Satellite being employer of choice Financial Oversight Prepares and monitors, in collaboration with the Finance Department and clinical management staff, the operating and capital budgets for each center Ensures that established financial targets are met Works with Finance to support vendor contracts Monitors the use of compamy guidelines for staffing ratios / patient scheduling Identifies opportunities for cost savings in labor and supplies Regulatory Oversight Ensures that centers operate in compliance with all State and Federal regulations, especially the CMS Conditions for Coverage for End Stage Renal Disease Facilities (Code of Federal Regulations 42, Federal Register of April 15, 2008) and the DHS Interpretive Guidelines Ensures that Texas centers with a license from the Department of Aging and Disability Services(“DADS”), operate in compliance with all State and Federal regulations, including the Texas Administrative Code (“TAC”), Title 40, Part 1, Chapter 97 Ensures that centers are in compliance with the submission of accurate data and other information to governing agencies (e.g. ESRD Networks) in a timely manner Participates in mock surveys and holds Center Manager accountable for performance plans Attends Governing Board Review at least twice a year at each center Quality Assurance/Improvement/Outcomes Quality Assurance/Improvement Ensures and directs the quality programs of each center, to assure that Satellite QA/QI targets are met and standards of patient care are practiced Works directly with the Director of Quality to coach and monitor the Center Managers in quality and improvement Ensures quarterly QAPI meetings are held at each center and attends as needed Provides new ideas and products to the Regional Vice President, CMO and Quality leadership Patient Care Supports and contributes to the standardization of Satellite Policies & Procedures (P&Ps) Coaches the Center Manager in the delivery of safe and effective patient care Ensures that documentation and medical records practices are followed according to Satellite policy Customer Service/Patient Experience Ensures that Center Managers are coordinating and delivering efficient services Support Patient Experience with surveys and action plans to improve experience Work with all aspects of Patient Experience: Physician /patient relationship Patient involvement/knowledge Perception of staff awareness and compassion Monitors and evaluates employee and provider satisfaction Directs customer service standards and practices Builds strong teams to support quality of care Embraces and encourages the patient experience through education and feedback Ensure staff awareness and participation in patient experience Works directly with Medical Director to address communication with all physicians: Responds to concerns or issues immediately and appropriately Supports and coaches Medical Director in utilizing an effective QAPI process Communicates clearly, concisely, collaboratively, and non-defensively with colleagues, direct reports, corporate staff, corporate management and Center staff Builds and maintains relationships with key customers (Kaiser, HMOs, PPOs, etc.) Conducts routine meetings with payers to improve communication and service Ensures compliance with oversight and regulatory needs of the provider Business Area Relationships Strategic Planning Understands and drives organic growth within a geographic area Communicates market share trends and growth opportunities to Business Development Monitors occupancy of centers and makes recommendations on expansion or reduction in capacity Establishes relationships with key stakeholders in region (hospitals, payers, physicians, case managers, discharge planners, etc.) Investigates innovative practices to differentiate Satellite from competitors Physician/ Payer Relationships Builds and nurtures Physician’s relationship with Medical Director and all referring physicians Looks for opportunities to align new physicians with Satellite Responds to requests and ideas on a routine basis Participates in physician meetings or conferences Extends knowledge and support to resolve both patient and administrative issues Works with payers to address their needs or concerns Listens to new ideas or ways to improve Satellite services Corporate Direction Business Plan Directs the strategic plan for the business region Updates demographics of each center Maintains a market awareness of providers, competitors, or other business opportunities Works with business development to enhance market development Develops and nurtures provider partnerships Builds and support physician relationships Supports Quality Plan Working with colleagues, establishes best practices for business and clinical services for implementation throughout organization Looks for opportunities to implement best practices as identified by corporate throughout the organization Provides leadership for Satellite initiatives as directed by Medical Affairs or other Executives Involvement with corporate or medical committees Participates in Corporate initiatives and projects as needed Assumes a leadership role in long-term director initiatives as directed Participates in projects as assigned by the Regional Vice President Participates in external leadership activities as a Satellite representative (professional meetings, relevant community involvement, recruiting and educational events) Encouraged to write papers and studies that represent new or improved dialysis practices Customer Service Responsible for driving the Satellite Healthcare culture through values and customer service standards Accountable for outstanding customer service to all external and internal customers Develops and maintains effective relationships through effective and timely communication Takes initiative and action to respond, resolve and follow up regarding customer service issues with all customers in a timely manner Minimum Education & Experience: RN or Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance or Healthcare preferred 10 years of healthcare management or supervisory experience, preferred in ESRD Texas centers with a DADS license only: RN currently licensed in Texas in accordance with Texas Board of Nursing rules for Nursing Licensure Compact (NCL) Three (3) years current hemodialysis experience as an RN or two (2) years of experience as an RN and current certification from the Nephrology Nursing Certification Council as a Certified Dialysis Nurse or a Certified Nephrology Nurse Complete the initial educational training requirements as listed in the Satellite Education Policy (ED.09.101) specific to the Texas DADS licensure requirements Fulfill the continuing education requirements as listed in Satellite Education Policy (ED.09.101) specific to the Texas DADS licensure requirements Minimum Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Ability to read, write, speak, understand and satisfactorily communicate in English Demonstrated practice of continuous quality improvement Demonstrated leadership and management competencies and skills including financial competence, operational excellence, exceptional communication and customer service Excellent team-building, performance management and decision making skills Basic computer skills (MS Outlook, Word, Power Point, Excel, etc.) Able to travel frequently [Satellite Healthcare, Inc.](https://www.satellitehealth.com/about-us/e4s4J52) is an equal opportunity employer. []()[Satellite Healthcare, Inc](https://www.satellitehealth.com/about-us/e4s4J52). does not discriminate in employment on account of race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status, ancestry, age, sex (including sexual harassment), sexual orientation, marital status, physical or mental disability, military status or unfavorable discharge from military service. [Satellite Healthcare, Inc](https://www.satellitehealth.com/about-us/e4s4J52). offers a drug free work environment.
Staff Nurse (RN)
Satellite Healthcare, Sunnyvale, CA, Santa Clara County, California
Seeking an experienced Dialysis Staff Nurse (RN) for a full time 4th shift position in our Sunnyvale Center. Schedule is 10:30 am to 11:30 pm.ABOUT SATELLITE HEALTHCARE Satellite Healthcare, Inc. has been among the nation's leading not-for-profit providers of kidney dialysis and related services since 1974. Through its affiliated services, Satellite WellBound, Satellite Dialysis, and Satellite Research, Satellite Healthcare provides unparalleled early patient wellness education, personalized clinical services, and a complete range of dialysis therapy choices. In addition, Satellite Healthcare has a well-recognized, enduring commitment to philanthropy and community service, from funding millions of dollars in research grants to sponsoring kidney programs nationwide. Satellite Healthcare is committed to advancing the standard of chronic kidney disease care so patients can enjoy a better life. At Satellite Healthcare (SHC), we work with Purpose at the heart of everything we do. It starts with our Mission to make life better for those with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. Our core Values round out our Purpose by defining how we choose to show up each day. As a member of the team, you will be invited to discover your own personal purpose at work and ways to activate that purpose to create a more fulfilling work-life for yourself. It is our hope and belief that, as you and your colleagues learn to courageously live and work by your purpose, you will find that it not only lifts your work and career, but the organization and the community of patients as well. This position is full time for 4th shift/ Schedule is 10:30 am to 11:30 pm. ABOUT THE ROLE We are seeking a purpose-driven Dialysis Staff Nurse (RN) with a record of accomplishment, providing a safe and professional environment for patients to receive treatment. The Dialysis Staff Nurse (RN) leads the treatment floor, overseeing patient care, directing patient care technicians and coordinating with the interdisciplinary team and physicians to meet the patients’ kidney needs. The Dialysis Staff Nurse (RN) will advocate for patients and effectively coordinate with other team members for smooth kidney care in a holistic environment. The role is dedicated to serving the patients and the team with a positive attitude and strong collaboration. The Dialysis Staff Nurse (RN) is invested in providing the highest quality care to patients while ensuring compliance with policies, procedures and regulations and providing education to staff and patients. The Dialysis Staff Nurse (RN) runs the treatment floor with a calm, collected and positive attitude that creates a comfortable and secure environment for patients and the team. ABOUT YOU You will play a vital role to ensure that we deliver on our Mission to make life better for those with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. You approach your work with an indisputable sense of greater purpose. You are patient-centric and have a track record of leading interdisciplinary teams in providing quality care. Lastly, you are high energy, seek out opportunities to improve the environment for patients and staff, are goal-oriented, and gain deep satisfaction from building relationships. WHAT YOU WILL GAIN Relationships: You will work directly with a multi-disciplinary team that is as passionate as you in making a difference in others’ lives. You will be a servant leader, bringing up your team to provide care that is unsurpassed by others in our industry. Impact: You will set the tone that enables our patients to live a better life and address their needs holistically. You will make the difference for our patients so that they do dialysis to live instead of living for dialysis. Growth: You will have formal and informal opportunities for professional growth in a supportive environment. You will become a subject-matter expert and have a wide range of opportunities for career advancement. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Experience: One (1) year Registered Nurse general nursing experience; three (3) months experience in the applicable dialysis modality (HD, PD or HHD) Education: Graduation from an accredited nursing school or equivalent, BSN preferred License/Certification: Valid Registered Nurse (RN) license in the state of practice; current CPR certification
Staff Nurse (RN)
Satellite Healthcare, Sunnyvale, CA, Santa Clara County, California
Seeking an experienced Dialysis Staff Nurse (RN) for a per diem position in our Sunnyvale Center.ABOUT SATELLITE HEALTHCARE Satellite Healthcare, Inc. has been among the nation's leading not-for-profit providers of kidney dialysis and related services since 1974. Through its affiliated services, Satellite WellBound, Satellite Dialysis, and Satellite Research, Satellite Healthcare provides unparalleled early patient wellness education, personalized clinical services, and a complete range of dialysis therapy choices. In addition, Satellite Healthcare has a well-recognized, enduring commitment to philanthropy and community service, from funding millions of dollars in research grants to sponsoring kidney programs nationwide. Satellite Healthcare is committed to advancing the standard of chronic kidney disease care so patients can enjoy a better life. At Satellite Healthcare (SHC), we work with Purpose at the heart of everything we do. It starts with our Mission to make life better for those with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. Our core Values round out our Purpose by defining how we choose to show up each day. As a member of the team, you will be invited to discover your own personal purpose at work and ways to activate that purpose to create a more fulfilling work-life for yourself. It is our hope and belief that, as you and your colleagues learn to courageously live and work by your purpose, you will find that it not only lifts your work and career, but the organization and the community of patients as well. ABOUT THE ROLE We are seeking a purpose-driven Dialysis Staff Nurse (RN) with a record of accomplishment, providing a safe and professional environment for patients to receive treatment. The Dialysis Staff Nurse (RN) leads the treatment floor, overseeing patient care, directing patient care technicians and coordinating with the interdisciplinary team and physicians to meet the patients’ kidney needs. The Dialysis Staff Nurse (RN) will advocate for patients and effectively coordinate with other team members for smooth kidney care in a holistic environment. The role is dedicated to serving the patients and the team with a positive attitude and strong collaboration. The Dialysis Staff Nurse (RN) is invested in providing the highest quality care to patients while ensuring compliance with policies, procedures and regulations and providing education to staff and patients. The Dialysis Staff Nurse (RN) runs the treatment floor with a calm, collected and positive attitude that creates a comfortable and secure environment for patients and the team. ABOUT YOU You will play a vital role to ensure that we deliver on our Mission to make life better for those with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. You approach your work with an indisputable sense of greater purpose. You are patient-centric and have a track record of leading interdisciplinary teams in providing quality care. Lastly, you are high energy, seek out opportunities to improve the environment for patients and staff, are goal-oriented, and gain deep satisfaction from building relationships. WHAT YOU WILL GAIN Relationships: You will work directly with a multi-disciplinary team that is as passionate as you in making a difference in others’ lives. You will be a servant leader, bringing up your team to provide care that is unsurpassed by others in our industry. Impact: You will set the tone that enables our patients to live a better life and address their needs holistically. You will make the difference for our patients so that they do dialysis to live instead of living for dialysis. Growth: You will have formal and informal opportunities for professional growth in a supportive environment. You will become a subject-matter expert and have a wide range of opportunities for career advancement. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Experience: One (1) year Registered Nurse general nursing experience; three (3) months experience in the applicable dialysis modality (HD, PD or HHD) Education: Graduation from an accredited nursing school or equivalent, BSN preferred License/Certification: Valid Registered Nurse (RN) license in the state of practice; current CPR certification
Assistant Center Manager
Satellite Healthcare, Sunnyvale, CA, Santa Clara County
Based in our San Jose, White Road location, the Assistant Center Manager (ACM) assists the Center Manager (CM) in the operations of the entire center.​​​​SIGN ON BONUS - EXPERIENCED DIALYSIS CANDIDATES ABOUT SATELLITE HEALTHCARE Satellite Healthcare, Inc. has been among the nation's leading not-for-profit providers of kidney dialysis and related services since 1974. Through its affiliated services, Satellite WellBound, Satellite Dialysis, and Satellite Research, Satellite Healthcare provides unparalleled early patient wellness education, personalized clinical services, and a complete range of dialysis therapy choices. In addition, Satellite Healthcare has a well-recognized, enduring commitment to philanthropy and community service, from funding millions of dollars in research grants to sponsoring kidney programs nationwide. Satellite Healthcare is committed to advancing the standard of chronic kidney disease care so patients can enjoy a better life. At Satellite Healthcare (SHC), we work with Purpose at the heart of everything we do. It starts with our Mission to make life better for those living with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. Our core Values round out our Purpose by defining how we choose to show up each day. As a member of the team, you will be invited to discover your own personal purpose at work and ways to activate that purpose to create a more fulfilling work-life for yourself. It is our hope and belief that, as you and your colleagues learn to courageously live and work by your purpose, you will find that it not only lifts your work and career, but the organization and the community of patients as well. ABOUT THE ROLE We are seeking a purpose-driven team member dedicated to providing quality care to patients in a safe and professional environment. The Assistant Center Manager (ACM) is responsible for the delivery of safe, quality care of dialysis treatments by assisting the Center Manager (CM) with oversight of the center’s operations and by providing direct patient care. The ACM acts as a team leader who educates and mentors center staff as appropriate. In the absence of the CM, this position is also responsible for the daily management of the center. ABOUT YOU You will play a vital role to ensure that we deliver on our Mission to make life better for those with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. You approach your work with an indisputable sense of greater purpose. Lastly, you are high energy, seek out opportunities to improve the environment for patients and staff, you are goal-oriented, and gain deep satisfaction from building relationships. WHAT YOU WILL GAIN Relationships: You will work directly with a multi-disciplinary team that is as passionate as you in making a difference in others’ lives. You will become a servant leader, bringing up your team to provide care that is unsurpassed by others in our industry. Impact: You will set the tone that enables our patients to live a better life and address their needs holistically. You will make the difference for our patients so that they do dialysis to live instead of living for dialysis. Growth: You will have formal and informal opportunities for professional growth in a supportive environment. You will become a subject-matter expert and have a wide range of opportunities for career advancement. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Experience: One (1) year nursing experience required; 1 year of hemodialysis or home program preferred Education: Graduation from an accredited school of nursing or equivalent; BSN preferred License/Certification: Current State license as a Registered Nurse; Current CPR/BLS for Healthcare certification
Assembly Technician
Nelson Staffing, Sunnyvale, CA, Santa Clara County
The primary objective for this person is to assemble a variety of products, meeting quality and productivity goals, within a manufacturing work environment. This person would work closely with fellow team members, the area Lead, and the Supervisor to achieve team performance goals in the areas of Efficiency, DPU, Hours Reporting Accuracy, Scrap, Inventory Accuracy, and Time Lost Accuracy. Goals are set in each of these areas for each quarter and overall team performance is measured against them. Compensation: $20-$23.10/hr Responsibilities: Assemble a variety of products according to standard work instructions and prints. Operate and set up (as needed), production equipment/fixtures Become proficient at multiple assembly tasks while meeting requirements for workmanship, safety and productivity Perform preparation work such as line clearance and changeover Perform inspection of own and other's work. Perform simple repairs on own or other's work. Mentor others in areas of expertise (as needed) Properly complete manufacturing documentation. Initiate basic material requests, report quality issues, report efficiency, record measurements as needed. May report work order information into computer Maintain the accuracy of identification and count of point-of-use materials. Accurately determine and report material shortages Follow all corporate, regulatory, safety and production policies and procedures Maintain an excellent attendance record Perform other duties as assigned About Nelson: If you're looking for a new opportunity, the recruiting and staffing experts at Nelson can help. We work with companies of all types and sizes across all industries. We help people like you find exciting roles with employers ranging from Fortune 100, government, and nonprofit organizations to local businesses, industry leaders, and the most agile start-ups. The candidates we work with appreciate our responsive approach, genuine relationships, and exceptional service. With a commitment to transparency, authenticity, and credibility, we look forward to our jobs every day, and we're excited to help you find the job you've been looking for. Nelson is an EEO Employer: Race, Religion, Color, National Origin, Citizenship, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Age, Disability, Ancestry, Veteran Status, Genetic Information, Service in the Uniformed Services or any other classification protected by law. PandoLogic. Keywords: Assembler, Location: Sunnyvale, CA - 94085
Staff Nurse
Satellite Healthcare, Sunnyvale, CA, Santa Clara County
The Staff Nurse is the leader of the team that is closest to patient care. Team members, such as CCHT’s, LVN’s, LPN’s and EST’s look to the Staff Nurse as the leader of their team, their pod. SIGN ON BONUS - EXPERIENCED DIALYSIS CANDIDATES 5K - 10K ABOUT SATELLITE HEALTHCARE Satellite Healthcare, Inc. has been among the nation's leading not-for-profit providers of kidney dialysis and related services since 1974. Through its affiliated services, Satellite WellBound, Satellite Dialysis, and Satellite Research, Satellite Healthcare provides unparalleled early patient wellness education, personalized clinical services, and a complete range of dialysis therapy choices. In addition, Satellite Healthcare has a well-recognized, enduring commitment to philanthropy and community service, from funding millions of dollars in research grants to sponsoring kidney programs nationwide. Satellite Healthcare is committed to advancing the standard of chronic kidney disease care so patients can enjoy a better life. At Satellite Healthcare (SHC), we work with Purpose at the heart of everything we do. It starts with our Mission to make life better for those with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. Our core Values round out our Purpose by defining how we choose to show up each day. As a member of the team, you will be invited to discover your own personal purpose at work and ways to activate that purpose to create a more fulfilling work-life for yourself. It is our hope and belief that, as you and your colleagues learn to courageously live and work by your purpose, you will find that it not only lifts your work and career, but the organization and the community of patients as well. ABOUT THE ROLE We are seeking a purpose-driven team member with a record of accomplishment, providing a safe and professional environment for patients to receive treatment. The Staff RN leads the treatment floor, overseeing patient care, directing patient care technicians and coordinating with the interdisciplinary team and physicians to meet the patients’ kidney needs. The Staff RN will advocate for patients and effectively coordinate with other team members for smooth kidney care in a holistic environment. The role is dedicated to serving the patients and the team with a positive attitude and strong collaboration. The Staff RN is invested in providing the highest quality care to patients while ensuring compliance with policies, procedures and regulations and providing education to staff and patients. The Staff RN runs the treatment floor with a calm, collected and positive attitude that creates a comfortable and secure environment for patients and the team. ABOUT YOU You will play a vital role to ensure that we deliver on our Mission to make life better for those with kidney disease and our Vision to be unsurpassed in our individualized experience, our quality, and our compassion. You approach your work with an indisputable sense of greater purpose. You are patient-centric and have a track record of leading interdisciplinary teams in providing quality care. Lastly, you are high energy, seek out opportunities to improve the environment for patients and staff, are goal-oriented, and gain deep satisfaction from building relationships. WHAT YOU WILL GAIN Relationships: You will work directly with a multi-disciplinary team that is as passionate as you in making a difference in others’ lives. You will be a servant leader, bringing up your team to provide care that is unsurpassed by others in our industry. Impact: You will set the tone that enables our patients to live a better life and address their needs holistically. You will make the difference for our patients so that they do dialysis to live instead of living for dialysis. Growth: You will have formal and informal opportunities for professional growth in a supportive environment. You will become a subject-matter expert and have a wide range of opportunities for career advancement. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Experience: One (1) year Registered Nurse general nursing experience; three (3) months experience in the applicable modality (HD, PD or HHD) Education: Graduation from an accredited nursing school or equivalent, BSN preferred License/Certification: Valid Registered Nurse (RN) license in the state of practice; current CPR certification – American Heart Association