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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

Imaging Assistant

Performs a variety of functions including: greeting patients, scheduling procedures, answering the phone, sending exams images via CD, transporting patients and other miscellaneous duties in assisting the technologists. 

Patient Registration/Scheduler ~ Casual

Registers, verifies patient information, instructs, directs and schedules patients and visitors. Demonstrates positive customer service and quality commitment skills through timely and courteous assistance of all phone calls and walk-in visitors to the clinic. Serves as liaison between patient and medical support staff.  

Staff Pharmacist ~ Part-Time

The Community Pharmacist is responsible for providing dispensing, compounding, and counseling services in accordance with the standards, laws, regulations and policies of the profession, applicable regulating bodies, and the Health System. The Community Pharmacist will also participate in and help coordinate clinical pharmacy programs. 

Pharmacy Technician ~ Part-Time

The Pharmacy Technician is responsible for counting, pouring, filling and processing roles associated with each prescription. He/she will also be responsible for many of the day-to-day operations of the pharmacy and professionally interacting with patients and other Health System Staff. He/she will perform these duties in accordance with the standards, laws, regulations and policies of the profession, applicable regulating bodies, and the Health System. 

Pharmacy Technician ~ 1.0 FTE

The Pharmacy Technician is responsible for counting, pouring, filling and processing roles associated with each prescription. He/she will also be responsible for many of the day-to-day operations of the pharmacy and professionally interacting with patients and other Health System Staff. He/she will perform these duties in accordance with the standards, laws, regulations and policies of the profession, applicable regulating bodies, and the Health System. 

LPN ~ 0.9 FTE

Provide and prioritizes patient care in the clinic setting under the direction of the RN or Licensed Independent Provider.  (LIP). 

Clinic RN ~ Casual

Provides primary nursing care through patient triage, prescription refills, management of the INR patient care, follow-up on depression and telemedicine.  Demonstrates environmental concerns of infection control practice, safety, fire practice, disaster practices, cardiac arrest and CQI.  

Business Office Supervisor ~ 1.0 FTE

Supervises daily activity of the hospital and clinic business office to ensure accurate and timely resolution of accounts receivable. Ensures facility wide compliance with billing requirements both federal and state mandated.  

Respiratory Therapist ~ 0.9 FTE
Works collaboratively with other professionals to support respiratory care including educating and as a staff resource.  Responsible to work with supervisor and manager to develop and provide patient respiratory care services.  Administers respiratory therapy care and life support to patients with deficiencies and abnormalities of cardiopulmonary system under the supervision of physician and by prescription.
Laboratory Technician or Laboratory Technologist ~ 1.0 FTE ~ 2 Positions

Collects and processes specimens to perform a variety of highly complex chemical, microscopic and bacteriologic tests and procedures and related duties to obtain data for use in diagnosis and treatment of disease, following established standards and practices. 

 

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