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Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce President and CEO

Posted By: Kim Jennett
Position: President & CEOThe Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce is seeking an innovative and visionary leader for the position of Chief Executive Officer and President to lead the economic development initiatives in our region and manage the daily operations of the Chamber. The CEO oversees all financial, management and administrative aspects of the Chamber and works closely with the Board of Directors, office staff, committees and community leaders to fulfill the Chamber’s mission. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of networking and collaboration across various constituencies in the interest of economic and community development. This leader should have the vision and experience to capitalize on the economic development and strategic growth potential in our community. He or she must be well-organized and serve as an effective and energetic advocate for the Harrison community who represents our Chamber members with the highest standards of professionalism and inclusion.Qualifications:- Bachelor’s Degree plus 5 years of progressive management experience is preferred. Candidates with equivalent experience may be considered. - Appropriate certification such as Certified Economic Developer (CED), Certified Community Developer (CCD), or Certified Chamber Manager (CCM) is preferred.Expectations:- Be the servant leader who continuously guides our Community to set and achieve strategic goals. - Serve as the primary interface for businesses seeking to invest in the area and strengthen the collaborative partnerships that enhance those opportunities.- To be or become an Arkansas resident with primary home located within 30 miles of Harrison.Salary/Benefits:- Salaried, full-time position - Commensurate with experience- Vacation, paid holidays, professional development- 401k contributionsApplication Process:APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL THE POSITION IS FILLED; HOWEVER, TO ENSURE MAXIMUM CONSIDERATION, PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR LETTER OF INTEREST, RESUME, AND THREE (3) PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES BY DECEMBER 28, 2018, VIA EMAIL TO hrcocsearch@gmail.com OR MAILED TO:HARRISON REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCEC/O BOBBY WOODSP.O. BOX 224HARRISON, AR 72602FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT hrcocsearch@gmail.com.

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Posted By: Shoe Sensation
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Registered Nurse - Med-Surg

Posted By: North Arkansas Regional Medical Center
General Description of the Job ClassProvides professional nursing care by utilizing the nursing process to care for patient within an assigned unitCoordinates care planning with other disciplinesUnder the supervision and administration of the Nurse Manager or Charge Nurse of assigned Unit, the Staff RN is responsible for the nursing care in an assigned nursing unit or a portion of a nursing unit.Duties and Responsibilities of this Level• Assists in supervision and administration of nursing care of a patient unit or total care of an assigned number of patients.• Supervise activities of practical nurses, aides or nursing students.• Orient new personnel to the nursing unit.• Maintain accurate and complete records of nursing observations and care.• Communicate and make rounds with physicians providing the information they need to determine patient’s progress. Communicate patient condition changes to physician and patient family.• Investigate complaints, correct if possible and report findings to nurse manager or charge nurse.• Assess patients, prepare assessment and care plans daily.• Start I.V.’s, supervises or gives medications.• Cooperate with case manager, social worker, families and or home health care personnel to complete discharge planning. Fill out and give medications.• Maintains legal, institutional and professional standards.• Maintains a professional appearance at all times in dress and attitude.• Display emotional stability in dealing with patient, families, physicians and problems.• Be prepared at all times to handle patient emergencies.• Performs related duties required.

Registered Nurse - CCU

Posted By: North Arkansas Regional Medical Center
General Description of the Job ClassProvides professional nursing care by utilizing the nursing process to care for patient within an assigned unitCoordinates care planning with other disciplinesUnder the supervision and administration of the Nurse Manager or Charge Nurse of assigned Unit, the Staff RN is responsible for the nursing care in an assigned nursing unit or a portion of a nursing unit.Duties and Responsibilities of this LevelCARE OF PATIENTS WITH PNEUMONIA:• Obtains blood culture prior to antibiotic infusion.• Gives antibiotic within 2hrs.• Screened for Pneumonia.• Assessed for smoking.• If identified as smoker, smoking cessation counseling documented.CARE OF THE AMI PATIENTS:• Gives ASA within 2 hrs of presentation.• Beta-blocker given with in 24hrs if no contraindication.• Patient assessed for smoking.• If identified as smoker, smoking cessation counseling documented.• Given patient information re: AMICARE OF THE CHF PATIENTS:• Patient weighed daily.• Patient assessed for smoking.• If identified as smoker, smoking cessation counseling documented.• Given CHF patient education.PEDIATRIC PATIENTS:• Lists immunizations.• Safety checklist signed and implemented.• Crib safety education completed.• Head circumference, height and weight documented.• Pulse-Ox documented at least every 4hrs.• Pump pressure 100 or below.• Accurate with medication calculation.• Uses broselow tape appropriately.CARE OF VENTILATOR PATIENTS:• Ventilator protocol followed.• Ventilator protocol sheet completed.• Demonstrates knowledge of ventilator alarms.• Responds to ventilator alarms appropriately.• Demonstrates knowledge of pediatric ventilator.ADMISSION ASSESSMENT:• Dietary triggers completed.• Social services triggers completed.• PT/ST consult placed in order sheet.• Fall precautions implemented.• Fall precautions assessed every shift.• Clothing list signed. Assess patients at least every two hours to assure quality of care and the needs of patients assigned. See that care plans are completed and updated as needed. Keep patient’s physician informed of changing condition. Communicate with patients, physicians, families and fellow workers in a professional manner. Demonstrate ability to handle repeated and sudden stressful situations. Must be versed in electrocardiography, drug therapy and emergency procedures which may be used in unit. Give complete report to oncoming nurse. Must care for PACU patients appropriately and follow PACU guidelines. Observe and promote infection control policies.

Registered Nurse - Surgery

Posted By: North Arkansas Regional Medical Center
General Description of the Job ClassProvides professional nursing care by utilizing the nursing process to care for patient within an assigned unitCoordinates care planning with other disciplinesUnder the supervision and administration of the Nurse Manager or Charge Nurse of assigned Unit, the Staff RN is responsible for the nursing care in an assigned nursing unit or a portion of a nursing unit.Duties and Responsibilities of this Level• Promotes patient safety at all times.• Functions as the nursing leader of the nursing team he/she is assigned by the OR supervisor, assistant or designee.• Is responsible for circulating in the room assigned. • Promotes harmonious relationship within the unit group of physicians and nursing personnel.• Checks charts for necessary records:o H&P or note dictatedo Surgery Pre-Op checklist completedo Anesthia recordo Surgery permits properly signedo Necessary lab and x-ray reports• Responsible for proper positioning of patients and skin preparation• Responsible for meticulous observance of aseptic technique by all groups (medial and nursing)• Responsible for completion of sponge count, needle count and instrument count when indicated• Complete patient charges and nursing notes• Responsible for seeing that specimen is properly cared for• Must be able to take call• Keeps the OR supervisor informed of nursing and staff problems

Registered Nurse - Home Health/Home Care

Posted By: North Arkansas Regional Medical Center
General Description of the Job ClassAssesses and provide skilled nursing care to home health patients on an intermittent basisDuties and Responsibilities of this Level• Demonstrates a thorough knowledge of multi system assessment and reassessment.• Demonstrates the ability to coordinate effective patient/family education and discharge and transfer planning. • Demonstrates the ability to perform vein punctures and follows correct IV administration policy.• Demonstrated proficiency in medication administration including IV piggyback, IV pushes, and calculations of dosages.• Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of signs and symptoms of abuse and reporting mechanism.• Demonstrates the ability to insert peg feeding tubes and administer feeding per policy.• Demonstrates appropriate care in regards to patient’s cultural beliefs, values and religion.• Demonstrates the use of sterile technique with dressing changes.• Maintains an awareness of patient’s condition and nursing care needs. Promotes care of the total patient with awareness of psychological, social, cultural, religious and family needs.• Demonstrates effective pain management techniques.• Participates in evaluation of patient’s care needs and does care plans and updates.• Demonstrates ability to coordinate each patient’s care and role each person should play in obtaining these goals.• Observes patients condition and reports abnormal reactions and changes in patient condition to physician.• Responds and performs appropriately and effectively in emergency situations.• Demonstrates knowledge of how to use equipment pertaining to patient care. How to maintain and clean equipment.• Demonstrates effective communication methods and skills using the lines of authority appropriately.• CPR certification and Heimlich maneuver.• Dresses appropriately and meets hygiene standards.• Demonstrates professional medical care to the sick and disabled without regard to race, sex, age, creed, religion or inability to pay.• Has knowledge and demonstrates appropriate care for patients’ growth and developmental needs.• Follows through on tests or procedures left from previous day and reports on any incomplete assignments to assure continuity of care.• Has knowledge and demonstrates appropriate care of nutritional needs.• Complies with NARMC HIPAA Privacy and Security policies.• Accurate assessment of patient care needs and eligibility for services.• Implements appropriate nursing intervention to meet patient needs and changed condition according to physician orders.• Completes the admission process timely and according to agency policy.• Updates and coordinates patient care in cooperation with other members of the health care team, including care conference.• Report to physician/patient/family the progression of the care given to patient.• Ensures the patient record documentation reflects delivery of quality and safe home care services.• Works closely with LPNs and home health aides providing delegation, instruction and supervision as necessary.• Maintains a professional standard of nursing in the patient’s home that reflects the philosophy and professional standards of the department and regulatory bodies.• Maintains a minimum standard of five visits per 8 hours worked, which includes all related paper work.• Demonstrates awareness of cost controls and strives to reduce department costs.• Supports hospital and departmental policies.• Maintains strict patient confidentiality.• Assists with orientation of new employees as requested.• Performs supervisory visits of home health aides.• Submits required paperwork accurately and timely in accordance with Agency policy and Federal and State regulations.• Demonstrates accurate/efficient utilization of equipment/supplies.• Prioritizes and utilizes time efficiently.• Demonstrates flexibility to departmental demands and scheduling.• Sound, effective decision making in all aspects of job performance.• Develops and maintains effective communications mechanisms with staff members and other departments of the hospital, physicians, families and the community.• Demonstrates awareness of responsibility and accountability for own actions and assigned responsibilities.• Rotates on-call with other staff nurses.• Reviews departmental policy & procedures yearly.• Understands responsibility to report issues with privacy, fraud and abuse, compliance and ethical conduct.• Communicates at appropriate comprehension level to patients/families.• Reports directly to the Patient Care Coordinator and ultimately to the Director of Home Care all lapses in patient care and other employee issues. • Performs job duties as a team member to assure the effectiveness of, and harmony within, the department.• Creates a positive image of NARMC at all times.• Performs other duties as assigned.

Registered Nurse - Behavioral Health Unit

Posted By: North Arkansas Regional Medical Center
General Description of the Job ClassThe Registered Nurse will be responsible for the oversight of the daily, round-the-clock care of the Behavioral Health Unit patients.The Registered Nurse will be responsible for medication administration, order entry, nursing documentation, continual assessment, receiving and following physician orders.The Registered Nurse will function as a member of the multidisciplinary team.The Registered Nurse will assist in the maintenance of the therapeutic milieu.Duties and Responsibilities of this Level• Takes necessary self-precautions, and manages both patients and employees against infectious diseases. Also, insures environmental precautions when handling supplies and waste. • The Registered Nurse will maintain regular contact with hospital departments for information, and to coordinate services. • The Registered Nurse will maintain regular contact with patients, nursing staff, physicians, referral sources and families.• Appropriately answers the telephone in a professional, business-like manner. • Interacts with referral sources in a pleasant and knowledgeable manner.• Supervises patients throughout the day and night.• Documents on assigned patients upon beginning and ending of shift, an extensive narrative note and any incidents or unusual occurrences.• Administers medication observing the 5 rights.• Documents medication administration.• Ensures that every patient is bathed every day.• Enters orders and ensures they are completed.• Contacts physician to report any unexpected symptoms.• Keeps neat and accurate records.• Oversees the admissions process for each patient.• Is knowledgeable regarding the psychiatric diagnosis, treatments and medications.• Assists with gathering patients while physicians make rounds.• Responsible for completing the pre-admission screening process when needed.• Completes all discharge paperwork gathering signatures of patient, educating patient, educating family, passing orders to the next level of care, calling report, discharging patient from the computer system and informing other departments.• Oversees visiting hours and ensures visitors sign visitor log.• Continually monitors all areas of the unit for contraband items or safety issues.• Immediately removes any item deemed unsafe and informs the nursing staff.• Continually behaves in a supportive, professional manner toward all patients.• Begins a Patient Care Plan for identified Nursing Problems upon admission and keeps this Care Plan individualized, updated and current.• Ensures that the discharged patient is well dressed and groomed prior to transporting.• Constantly strives to keep a positive atmosphere on the unit.• Serves as a team leader in developing a professional culture in the program.• Attends all hospital education and training programs.• Attends and actively participates in the Multidisciplinary Treatment Team.• Act as a resource and role model for other staff and students.• Makes suggestions for in-service programs.• Attends Hospital and Unit in-service programs.• Attends 90% of Mandatory Meetings.• Maintains a positive attitude.• Accepts constructive criticism.• Adheres to established Dress Code.• Readily accepts additional duties.• Does not accrue any unauthorized overtime.• Treats patients, visitors, physicians and coworkers with courtesy, dignity and respect.• Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.

Registered Nurse - Emergency Dept (Part-time/PRN)

Posted By: North Arkansas Regional Medical Center
Revised Date: 11-19-2017 Supervisory Responsibility: NReports To: Nurse ManagerGeneral Description of the Job ClassProvides professional nursing care by utilizing the nursing process to care for patient within an assigned unitCoordinates care planning with other disciplinesUnder the supervision and administration of the Nurse Manager or Charge Nurse of assigned Unit, the Staff RN is responsible for the nursing care in an assigned nursing unit or a portion of a nursing unit.Duties and Responsibilities of this Level• Communicates with patients and families in a kind, caring manner.• Assists with nursing care of ER patients• Ability to triage patients-good assessment skills• One year experience in critical care nursing or ER• Demonstrates understanding all types of emergency care, such as, cardiac, trauma, medical, surgical, pediatric emergencies and surgical procedures done within the scope of the ER.• Promotes harmony between ER personnel, ER and staff physicians and other hospital departments.• Helps coordinate nursing care in ER with services rendered by other hospital departments.• Helps in training EMT, nursing and paramedic students within approved guidelines.• Participates in continued Quality Improvement studies.• Follows infection control policies.• Attends ER staff meeting and all required meetings and in-services at NARMC.

Registered Nurse - OB (Full-Time & PRN)

Posted By: North Arkansas Regional Medical Center
General Description of the Job ClassProvides professional nursing care by utilizing the nursing process to care for patient within an assigned unitCoordinates care planning with other disciplinesUnder the supervision and administration of the Nurse Manager or Charge Nurse of assigned Unit, the Staff RN is responsible for the nursing care in an assigned nursing unit or a portion of a nursing unit.Duties and Responsibilities of this Level• Directs and supervises nursing care of OB patients and their newborns.• Directs activities of LPNs• Promotes harmonious relationship within the nursing unit and with other departments.• Evaluates patients on admission, assesses patient and newborn needs throughout hospital stay. Keeps care plans current.• Helps with training of patients concerning care of self and newborn.• Has good relationship with physicians.• Has knowledge of problems pertaining to obstetrical patients and newborns, such as fetal monitoring, symptoms of fetal distress, signs of newborn stress and other complications.• Keeps nurse manager or charge nurse informed of nursing, patient and staff problems.• Actively participates in committees or projects for the improvement of nursing care.• Participates in educational programs for nursing service personnel, patients and student nurses.• Makes rounds with physicians.• Shows emotional stability in varying circumstances.• Start IVs and give medications.• Supports Baby-Friendly 10 steps.ANTEPARTUM **Able to complete a comprehensive assessment of women during the ante-partum period experiencing complications of pregnancy including preterm labor, premature rupture of membranes, pregnancy induced hypertension, preeclampsia, diabetes, bleeding and infection. **Plans and delivers care to women with pregnancy complications appropriate to the specific clinical situation. **Has a thorough understanding of the psychosocial aspects of a high-risk pregnancy and uses that knowledge to provide care sensitive to those special needs. **Has knowledge of both institutional and community resources available to women with complications of pregnancy and make referrals as appropriate. **Able to provide information to women with pregnancy complications needed prior to discharge such as signs and symptoms of specific clinical situations, and when to call the physician or come to the hospital. **Able to educate moms prenatally about benefits of breastfeeding and current infant feeding guidelines.INTRAPARTUM **Able to complete a comprehensive perinatal nursing assessment on pregnant women admitted to labor/delivery/recovery unit. **Able to identify pregnant women at high risk for pregnancy and/or medical complications. **Plans and delivers care to normal laboring women. **Has a thorough understanding of the normal labor and birth process. **Plans and delivers care to women who labor without anesthesia. **Plans and delivers care to women with perinatal and/or medical complications including pregnancy-induced hypertension, preterm labor, bleeding in pregnancy, and multiple gestations. Has a thorough understanding of the physiology of electronic fetal monitoring. Able to interpret electronic fetal heart rate monitor tracings, identify reassuring and  Non-reassuring FHR patterns, and initiate appropriate nursing interventions. **Plans and delivers care to women with perinatal and/or medical complications including pregnancy-induced hypertension, preterm labor, bleeding in pregnancy, and multiple gestations. **Has a thorough understanding of the nursing care for laboring women with epidural anesthesia. Has a thorough understanding of the pharm kinetics of oxytocin & misoprostol **Acts as a labor coach and circulating nurse for both vaginal and cesarean births. **Able to complete a systematic assessment of the newborn, including evaluating the need for resuscitation and assigning Apgar scores. **Assesses the woman’s educational needs during the intrapartum period and provides appropriate information to the woman and her family.POSTPARTUM **Able to perform a comprehensive assessment of the woman in the immediate postpartum period. **Plans and delivers care of women without complications during the postpartum period. **Has a thorough understanding of normal physiologic processes occurring during the postpartum period. **Able to identify women at risk for complications during the postpartum period, including hemorrhage, infection, pregnancy-induced hypertension and preeclampsia. **Plans and delivers care to women with complications during the postpartum period. **Has a thorough knowledge of breast feeding process including supporting the woman during initial breastfeeding as soon as possible after birth, positioning, latch on, satiation cues, breast care, measures to manage engorgement, and use of manual or electric pumps. **Facilitates the formula feeding process including providing information about amount of feeding, satiation cues, demand feeding, positioning, burping, formula preparation and measures to prevent or decrease breast engorgement. **Promotes maternal-newborn attachment including encouraging examining, touching, talking to the newborn, keeping couple together as much as possible, providing information about newborn behavior states, sleeping and waking patterns, and comforting strategies. **Provides information about maternal self-care and newborn care prior to discharge including safety issues, feeding techniques, and signs and symptoms indicating need to call the health care provider.NEWBORN **Able to perform a comprehensive assessment of the newborn. **Has a thorough understanding of normal newborn transitional care including thermoregulation, glucose monitoring, respiratory status. **Plans and delivers care to the healthy full term newborn. **Able to identify newborns at risk for complications during the first hours of life including temperature, glucose and respiratory instabilities. **Plans and delivers care to the newborn with complications.

Registered Nurse - Hospice House (Full-Time & PRN)

Posted By: North Arkansas Regional Medical Center
General Description of the Job ClassProvides professional nursing care utilizing the nursing process to care for patients within an assigned unitCoordinates care planning with other disciplinesDuties and Responsibilities of this Level• **Demonstrates a thorough knowledge of multi system assessment and reassessment.• **Demonstrates the ability to coordinate effective patient/family education and discharge and transfer planning. • **Demonstrates the ability to perform sub q button placement and follows correct administration policy.• **Demonstrated proficiency in medication administration including SQ pushes, and calculations of dosages.• **Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of signs and symptoms of abuse and reporting mechanism.• Assess ongoing appropriateness for current level of care correctly based on physical evidence, history/physical and supporting medical information.• Demonstrates appropriate care in regards to patient’s cultural beliefs, values and religion.• Demonstrates the use of sterile technique with dressing changes.• Maintains an awareness of patient’s condition and nursing care needs. Promotes care of the total patient with awareness of psychological, social, cultural, religious and family needs.• **Demonstrates effective pain management techniques.• Participates in evaluation of patient’s care needs and does care plans and updates.• Demonstrates ability to coordinate each patient’s care and role each person should play in obtaining these goals.• **Observes patients condition and reports abnormal reactions and changes in patient condition to physician.• **Responds and performs appropriately and effectively in emergency situations.• Demonstrates knowledge of how to use equipment pertaining to patient care. How to maintain and clean equipment.• Demonstrates effective communication methods and skills using the lines of authority appropriately.• **CPR certification and Heimlich maneuver.• Dresses appropriately and meets hygiene standards.• Demonstrates professional medical care to the sick and disabled without regard to race, sex, age, creed, religion or inability to pay.• **Has knowledge and demonstrates appropriate care for patients’ growth and developmental needs.• Demonstrates the basic standards of hospice and palliative care nursing practice by addressing symptom management, comfort care, providing support for the patient/family/caregiver, and coordination of care and services. • Complies with NARMC HIPAA Privacy and Security policies.• Accurately documents supporting the current level of care. • Implements appropriate nursing intervention to meet patient needs and changed condition according to physician orders.• Completes the admission process timely and according to agency policy.• Updates and coordinates patient care in cooperation with other members of the health care team, including IDT.• Ensures the patient record documentation reflects delivery of quality and safe hospice care services.• Works closely with CNA providing delegation, instruction and supervision as necessary.• Maintains a professional standard of nursing that reflects the philosophy and professional standards of the department and regulatory bodies.• Demonstrates awareness of cost controls and strives to reduce department costs.• Supports hospital and departmental policies.• Maintains strict patient confidentiality.• Assists with orientation of new employees as requested.• Demonstrates accurate/efficient utilization of equipment/supplies.• Prioritizes and utilizes time efficiently.• Demonstrates flexibility to departmental demands and scheduling.• Sound, effective decision making in all aspects of job performance.• Develops and maintains effective communications mechanisms with staff members, home care staff, physicians, families and the community.• Demonstrates awareness of responsibility and accountability for own actions and assigned responsibilities.• Reviews departmental policy & procedures yearly.• Understands responsibility to report issues with privacy, fraud and abuse, compliance and ethical conduct.• Communicates at appropriate comprehension level to patients/families.• Reports directly to the Charge Nurse and ultimately to the Director of Home Care all lapses in patient care and other employee issues. • Performs job duties as a team member to assure the effectiveness of, and harmony within, the department.• Creates a positive image of NARMC at all times.• Performs other duties as assigned.
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