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Employment Opportunities

FirstLight Health System is proud of their reputation as a preferred employer in our community. We regularly review our benefits programs to ensure we are able to offer competitive compensation packages to our employees.  

 

FirstLight Health System is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Individuals interested in applying for employment positions should click here to complete an online application and return the completed application and résumé:

  

Via e-mail:

hr@fl-hs.org 

 

Via fax:

320-225-3613

 

     Via postal mail:

Human Resources

FirstLight Health System
 

301 South Highway 65

Mora, MN 55051

Open Positions

Radiology Technologist Hospital & Clinic ~ Casual

Responsible for the set-up of equipment, preparation of patients, taking of x-rays, CT’s and fluoroscopic exams and scheduling patients. 

Support Person for Time Studies ~ Temporary Position for 2 weeks

Temporary Position – 2 week assignment in length. Hours will be varied based on availability and departmental needs.  The hours will include rotating shifts, and weekends for two (2) consecutive weeks in November for a ED Physician time study. 

Coding Specialist ~ 0.4 FTE

The Coding Specialist is responsible for coding patients’ medical charts.  The employee must maintain effective communication and good working relationships with the HIM personnel, other departments, Medical Staff and the public, in conjunction with organization policies. 

Director of Clinical Operations ~ 1.0 FTE

The Director of Clinical Operations is accountable for sustaining and improving daily operations of FirstLight Health System (FLHS) Clinic’s financial, clinical and employee care goals.  This role works in a leadership partner model with the lead physician and site medical director.   

 

Chief Operating Officer ~ 1.0 FTE

Provides leadership within the organization to maintain standards of patient care, and advises medical staff, department heads, and administrators in matters related to patient care services by performing the following duties:   

Reception/Registration Associate ~ Casual
Greets and welcomes patients upon arrival (patients and visitors may be of all ages, neonatal to geriatric, and may have all degrees of disability ~ both mental and physical).  Responsible for registering patients in a timely and accurate manner while maintaining established guidelines in regards to governmental mandates and customer service initiatives.  Collects patient payments as needed.  Maintains high visibility and availability at entrance/exit/waiting rooms.  Demonstrates an ability to be flexible, organized, and function well in stressful situations and changing work priorities. 
Emergency Department Support Staff ~ Temporary 0.5 FTE

The individual in this position works under the direct supervision of an RN.  She/he is responsible for computer functions such as physician order entry and assists with patient registration as needed.  This individual will also order supplies and assist in cleaning and stocking.  The individual in this position will also perform some delegated functions such as discharge VS, assisting with CPR, etc. 

 

Emergency Department Support Staff ~ 0.6 FTE

The individual in this position works under the direct supervision of an RN.  She/he is responsible for computer functions such as physician order entry and assists with patient registration as needed.  This individual will also order supplies and assist in cleaning and stocking.  The individual in this position will also perform some delegated functions such as discharge VS, assisting with CPR, etc. 

Dishwasher/Gift Shop-Cart Staff ~ Casual

Prepares and cleans up meals for patients, employees, Gift Shop Food Cart and special meals by performing the following duties. 

 

RN ~ 0.5 FTE

Provides general nursing care to patients through the process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation.  Directs and guides patient teaching, activities of ancillary personnel while maintaining standards of professional nursing.  Demonstrates environmental concerns of infection control practice, safety/fire practice, disaster practice, cardiac arrest practice and continuous quality improvement aware of patient safety.   

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