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    CI/CD and Tooling Technical Leader  

    - Austin
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    *We are unable to sponsor for this permanent Full time role*

    *Position is bonus eligible*

    Prestigious Enterprise Company is currently seeking a CI/CD and Tooling Technical Leader. Candidate will help advocate internal developer enablement platform. Candidate will be an infrastructure expert that has strong developer experience, CLIs, UIs, DevOps and IaC. This role is focused on tooling to build and enable a curated CI/CD platform for developers to run their pipelines using Agile Scrum and Lean methodologies.

    Responsibilities:
    As part of the Platform Engineering team, you will be working on a large multi-project GCP environment and developer enablement tooling that our internal application development teams rely on.
    Serve as the engineering lead for automating deployment, reliability, monitoring and operations of the overall platform's CI/CD tools.
    Facilitate the requirements setting for engineering, architecting, design and support of the environment for CI/CD infrastructure
    Collaborate heavily with business leaders, technology stakeholders and product teams to develop and articulate our vision; as well as deliver and sustain the end-to-end customer experience, in globally distributed platform aligned teams across technology.
    Work across Platform Engineering teams to ensure a seamless integration of the enablement services in our internal developer cloud platforms to provide capabilities to development and product aligned engineering teams to meet the needs of the business.
    Advocate and coach on modern software delivery and CI/CD pipelines to build the cloud platform, machine images and containers.
    Help document, advocate and formalize patterns for resilience, availability, security, monitoring and alerting that is integrated into firm systems such as CMDB.
    Advocate using DevOps tools & approaches, including Terraform Cloud, GitHub, Jenkins, Artifactory, Harness, Vault, Packer, etc.
    Own project management, in-take management, priority setting and demand management of the build out of these services.
    Participate in the Architecture Review Process and pull request-based code and document reviews to help steer developers towards platform solutions whilst gathering requirements to ensure we close functional gaps on the platform.
    Be an active participant in the envisioning, design and development process - this includes proactively suggesting improvements and alternatives along with keeping an open mind to the suggestions offered by other team members and users.
    Qualifications:
    Bachelor's Degree in computer science or related technical field preferred.
    Must have 10+ years of extensive hands-on experience with various industry-standard developer and enterprise SDLC, IaC and CI/CD products such as GitHub Enterprise, Terraform Cloud + Sentinel, Jira, Hashicorp Packer & Vault, Splunk, Prisma Cloud, Checkmarx, Snyk, Artifactory, New Relic, Jenkins, Harness.io and Azure Active Directory.
    Strong coding background a must in one of python, Java, golang, Perl or Shell Scripting.
    4Expertise in code security and SDLC related technologies, eg PKI, TLS, DNS, Secrets Management, Ci/CD, RBAC, Remote Access, SSO/OAUTH and DevSecOps code scanning.
    Ability to decompose complex processes into understandable components
    Must have 5 years of experience of designing, developing and maintaining application system integrations operating in varied complex application environments, with concepts pertaining to system availability, resiliency, security and recoverability across Cloud, Linux, Windows and IaaS platforms like Kubernetes with Docker and running service mesh and API gateways.
    Experience in one of the primary public cloud environments, direct experience in GCP is preferred.
    Ability to thrive in a high energy, high growth, fast paced, entrepreneurial environment, learning new skills to implement new technologies.
    Highly-collaborate team player who can build strong relationships at all levels of the technology and business organizations.
    Experience in running managed CI/CD services to directly serve developers and strip away all of the hard parts of CI/CD.
    Business awareness (KPIs, strategy, etc).
    Internal developer relationship skills and empathy for developers' needs.

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    Plumber  

    - Austin
    -

    Overview:
    ABACUS Plumbing is currently seeking Residential Plumbers (Plumbing License required)
    Installers: 85k-150K, average 100K, top techs 130-150K
    Service Plumbers: 80-130K, average 100K, Top Techs 110-130K
    Selling Techs: 90K-180K, Top Salesmen, $150-180K
    What's In It For Me?
    Market Value Compensation $80,000 - $180,000 / YR
    Robust PTO Plan
    Health, Vision and Dental plans for you and your family to choose from
    401K Retirement Plan with company match up to 30%
    Life Insurance, Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
    Special Program Options: FSA, EPA, Legal Services, and Identity Theft
    Continuous Training for your Professional Development
    Working in a dynamic, collaborative, and fun environment
    Coached and supported career growth
    Qualifications:
    Do I have What it Takes?
    A minimum of 2 years residential service & repair experience (diagnosing & troubleshooting a normal plumbing system)
    Leak Location and Repair, a plus
    Good analytical skills and attention to detail
    Provide exceptional customer service while on the jobsite
    Results driven in a high-energy environment
    Must be able to follow directions and work independently
    Ability work in hot, cold, wet climates depending on the weather
    Responsibilities:
    What Will I do?
    Diagnose common and diverse plumbing emergencies efficiently and accurately and perform plumbing services
    Strong residential service experience and strong trouble shooting skills
    Water Heater replacement and repair
    Fixture Replacement (Faucets, Tubs, and Toilet)
    Drain Cleaning
    Competent use of conventional sewer machines

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    Maintenance Techs are an integral member of the property management team and contribute to the quality of the property and resident satisfaction. Come work for a company who pays competitively, provides excellent training, has amazing benefits, and most importantly, values development and growth! In this role, you will use your eye of excellence to perform the essential functions of the role; such as, make readies, residential service requests, general maintenance work orders, and asset preservation, all while ensuring you follow proper safety protocol. Joining this close-knit team, you will work with your team members (maintenance and office team) to achieve community goals.
    Key Areas of Responsibility:
    Maintenance Services and Operations
    Perform IRM Maintenance Program duties including: make readies, service requests and general maintenance activities in order to provide a quality customer experience, achieve customer loyalty and community occupancy and NOI objectives.
    Make Readies
    Resident Service Requests
    General Maintenance
    Diagnoses and performs minor or routine maintenance/repair, as directed, involving the following on a daily basis:
    HVAC
    Appliance repair and installation (dishwashers, cooking ranges, washer/dryer, refrigerator, etc.)
    Plumbing (includes water lines, drains, leaks, disposals, and moisture management protocols)
    Electrical (outlets, fixtures, electrical meter, junction boxes, etc)
    Asset Preservation
    So Why Work at H.G. Fenton Company?
    We are a family-owned Real Estate Company born in San Diego operating for over 115 years! Our vision is to continue providing quality product and service to our community through continued innovation and living our core values for another 100 years We've established a set of values within our organization that are committed to empowering employees to make decisions that align with our culture, pioneer innovation, enhance employee experiences, promote professional development and encourage work-life balance.
    Health and Financial Wellness Programs
    Medical (HMO & PPO options), Dental (HMO & PPO options) and Vision
    401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with a Company Match of 50% up to 6%
    Profit Sharing: A 401(k) Contribution historically ranging from 8-12%
    Flexible Spending Accounts (Health Care and Dependent Care)
    Employer Paid Life and AD&D Insurance for Employees and their Dependents
    Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and Healthcare Advocacy Program
    Supplemental Insurance (Aflac)
    Time Off
    3 Weeks of Paid Vacation and 10 Paid Holidays Annually
    40 Hours of Paid Sick Leave
    Paid Volunteer Day
    Paid Time off to Vote
    Leave of Absence Programs
    Long- and Short-Term Disability Programs
    Paid Jury Duty
    Additional Perks!
    Education Reimbursement
    Discounted Pet Health Insurance
    Thanksgiving Turkey Gift Certificates
    Apartment Housing Discount - 15% to 20% for our Employees
    Company Sponsored Training Programs
    Team Building Activities
    Employee Appreciation Events

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    Pool Maintenance Technician - North Austin  

    - Austin
    -

    Blue Science is one of America's largest, most experienced, and most awarded pool service companies. We service customers in all the major Texas and Florida Metro Areas. Blue Science, founded in 2007, is family owned and operated, with a strong commitment to bringing our customers pool care and craftsmanship they can rely on now, and in the future. As a rapidly growing organization, Blue Science is looking for an individual to join our team who enjoys being outdoors, has a positive attitude, strong work ethic, and exceptional customer service skills.
    Our Pool Maintenance Technicians are held to a high standard here at Blue Science. In this customer-facing role, you will be servicing and maintaining pools, inspecting equipment, and managing customer expectations daily. In return, Blue Science will provide you with a company truck (valid driver's license required), gas card (all gas paid), and excellent career growth opportunities!
    This position will be located in Austin, TX.
    The service area is Manor, Pflugerville, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Liberty Hill, Georgetown, and Hutto.
    Job Description
    Preform weekly cleaning and maintenance on clients' pools by skimming, vacuuming, and brushing walls and steps.
    Maintains and cleans pool filters.
    Adjusts, maintains, and regularly tests water to ensure proper chemistry.
    Consistently inspects pool and equipment; provides solutions / troubleshoots any issues.
    Resolves client or customer concerns and provides excellent customer care.
    Performs other related duties as assigned.
    Required Skills / Abilities:
    Excellent verbal and customer service skills.
    The ability to lift 50 lbs.
    Ability to work outside year-round in a variety of conditions.
    Water competency - must be able to swim.
    Mechanical aptitude and pool experience (preferred but not required).
    A valid driver's license and good driving required.
    Education and Experience:
    High school diploma / GED (preferred but not required).
    Schedule:
    Monday-Friday with weekend / Saturday opportunity!
    Benefits:
    Weekly Pay Direct Deposit
    Company truck and gas card (all gas paid - for company use only).
    Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare, Dental, Pharma, and Vision Insurance
    401(k) Retirement plan with a 4% Company Match
    Profit Sharing
    Qualifying candidates must be able to pass a background and drug screen prior to being hired. It is the policy of Blue Science Pools to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic under applicable law.
    Job Type: Full-time
    Salary: $1,000.00 per week

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    Pool Maintenance Technician - South Austin  

    - Austin
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    Blue Science is one of America's largest, most experienced, and most awarded pool service companies. We service customers in all the major Texas and Florida Metro Areas. Blue Science, founded in 2007, is family owned and operated, with a strong commitment to bringing our customers pool care and craftsmanship they can rely on now, and in the future. As a rapidly growing organization, Blue Science is looking for an individual to join our team who enjoys being outdoors, has a positive attitude, strong work ethic, and exceptional customer service skills.
    Our Pool Maintenance Technicians are held to a high standard here at Blue Science. In this customer-facing role, you will be servicing and maintaining pools, inspecting equipment, and managing customer expectations daily. In return, Blue Science will provide you with a company truck (valid driver's license required), gas card (all gas paid), and excellent career growth opportunities!
    This position will be located in Austin, TX.
    The service areas are Spicewood, Lakeway, Buda, Del Valle, Sunset Valley, and West Lake Hills.
    Job Description
    Perform weekly cleaning and maintenance on clients' pools by skimming, vacuuming, and brushing walls and steps.
    Maintains and cleans pool filters.
    Adjusts, maintains, and regularly tests water to ensure proper chemistry.
    Consistently inspects pool and equipment; provides solutions / troubleshoots any issues.
    Resolves client or customer concerns and provides excellent customer care.
    Performs other related duties as assigned.
    Required Skills / Abilities:
    Excellent verbal and customer service skills.
    The ability to lift 50 lbs.
    Ability to work outside year-round in a variety of conditions.
    Water competency - must be able to swim.
    Mechanical aptitude and pool experience (preferred but not required).
    A valid driver's license and good driving required.
    Education and Experience:
    High school diploma / GED (preferred but not required).
    Schedule:
    Monday-Friday with weekend / Saturday opportunity!
    Benefits:
    Weekly Pay Direct Deposit
    Company truck and gas card (all gas paid - for company use only).
    Blue Cross Blue Shield Healthcare, Dental, Pharma, and Vision Insurance
    401(k) Retirement plan with a 4% Company Match
    Profit Sharing
    Qualifying candidates must be able to pass a background and drug screen prior to being hired. It is the policy of Blue Science Pools to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic under applicable law.
    Job Type: Full-time
    Salary: $1,000.00 per week

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    MRI Technologists - MRI Tech RAD - Travel  

    - Austin
    -

    We are looking for MRI Technologists (MRI Tech) for an immediate travel opening in Austin, TX. The right MRI Tech should have 1 year of experience. Read below for more requirements.
    As an MRI Tech, you will be responsible for the use of magnetic resonance imaging and ensuring that images are accurate and passed on to physicians for medical interpretation. MRI Techs are also responsible for the preparation of and caring for patients undergoing MRI imaging.
    Tasks
    As an MRI Tech, you should be prepared to perform the following tasks:
    Confirm patient identification, review imaging requests and explain imaging procedures to patients providing reassurance and support as required
    Screen patients for MRI safety prior to procedure performance
    Correctly interpret doctors' written instructions
    Position patients for MRI scans using immobilization and protective equipment to comply with government regulations and to ensure the safety of patients and staff
    Assist radiologist with procedure performance
    Start I.V.s, administer contrast media as directed and per protocol
    Evaluate MRI scans for technical quality, collate processed images and sequence of exposure and label appropriately
    Load and operate power injectors for contrast media administration
    Follow safety procedures when working with radiation
    Maintain accurate patient records
    Understand and use the McKesson PACS system
    Requirements
    Must have 1 year of experience. Must have BLS, AART National certification with registration in magnetic resonance imaging, and state-specific licensing when required.
    MRI Techs should be able to stand and walk for long periods of time, as well as bend, lean or stoop without difficulty. MRI Techs must have a sound knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathology and medical terminology.
    Certs required: BLS, ARRT (MR). Experience required: 1 Year experience.

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    JOB SUMMARY:
    The Nurse Practitioner (NP) is responsible for providing all aspects of client care, including diagnosis, treatments and client consultations. The NP works closely with nursing staff and physician supervision as an integral part of the team providing health services and professional nursing care for all clients.
    SCHEDULE:
    Various days and hours
    Various nights and weekends
    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    Perform patient screenings, assessments, history and physicals.
    Order tests and serve as a client's primary healthcare provider.
    Prescribe medication as allowed by license and complete rounds on clients.
    Review client's medical records, keep client charts and order and review lab tests as needed.
    Deliver a high quality of client care services and conduct follow up appointments for ongoing care.
    Assist with obtaining medical history information from clients and family members at time of admission.
    Administer prescribed medications and treatments in accordance with approved nursing techniques and monitor for compliance.
    Administer CPR in emergency situations.
    Adhere strictly to HIPAA regulations in regards to client confidentiality. Maintain strict confidentiality on all Foundation matters and refer questionable issues to your supervisor.
    Work in conjunction with all facility staff to facilitate a safe environment for client recovery.
    Uphold the core principles of Cenikor's culture and help create a positive working environment for all team members.
    Perform additional duties as assigned and consistent with the non-exempt functions as defined in this job description.
    QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSITION:
    Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
    Knowledge of pharmacology as it relates to individuals with substance abuse and mental health disorders.
    Experienced in providing medical care to a diverse population.
    Excellent assessment and communication skills.
    Ability to work autonomously with a passion for providing quality client care.
    Possesses good time management skills needed to meet aggressive deadlines and prioritize multiple tasks.
    Patience, perseverance, and resilience in a challenging environment.
    Excellent documentation skills using an Electronic Health Record.
    Ability to consistently uphold the Core Principles of Cenikor's Culture:
    Demonstrate mission of service to our clients
    Positive, respectful communication with both staff and clients
    Demonstrate self-motivation and perseverance to achieve goals
    Role model appropriate, professional behaviors including appropriate client boundaries
    Work effectively as part of a team, helping to set up others for success
    Education:
    Master's Degree in Nursing
    Experience:
    Minimum of five (5) years nursing experience as an Nurse Practitioner
    Experience providing care for individuals with alcohol and substance abuse, mental health and chemical dependency treatment preferred
    Experience with CMBHS or other electronic health record system preferred
    Familiarity with HER's and medical charting systems preferred
    Licensure Required:
    Current Nurse Practitioner licensure
    IMPORTANT NOTES:
    DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
    EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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    Cenikor Foundation is a non-profit organization and one of the largest substance abuse treatment centers in the nation. We are currently seeking a Registered Nurse Manager for our new facility in Austin, TX.
    JOB SUMMARY:
    The Registered Nurse Manager is responsible for working closely with nursing, program and clinical staff to provide health services and professional nursing care for all clients. Responsible for supervision of all other nursing staff.
    Schedule:
    Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
    Manage nursing staff to provide health services and professional nursing care for clients, including routine treatment per procedure or as prescribed.
    Review all client referrals and screens to ensure eligibility and appropriateness for admission.
    Ensure insurance requirements are met, including documentation, pre-authorization and on-going training of staff.
    Coordinate with physician to ensure appropriate client care and any necessary updates to medication protocols to meet current best practices.
    Manage department costs, including medications, supplies and staff hours to ensure annual budget is met.
    Manage administration process of prescribed medications and treatments in accordance with approved nursing techniques and monitor for compliance.
    Provide information to clients regarding medication, nutrition, STD's and hygiene in an individual or group setting.
    Observe clients, record significant conditions and reactions, and notify physician and facility director of issues. Monitor vital signs upon admission, during treatment and upon discharge.
    Serves as Infection Control Coordinator including required reporting of infectious disease to health department. Develops medical components of treatment plan and completes nursing assessments. Track infections, STD's and positive VDRL, HIV, verifying or referring for treatment. Administers specified medication, and notes time and amount on patients' charts. Attend staff meetings on clients' progress.
    Oversee routine laboratory work, such as urinalysis, blood draw as required and maintain accurate records of specimens. Order and distribute supplies as needed.
    Monitor treatment of diabetic clients to ensure proper caloric intake and coordinates to ensure a proper diet. Observe patients and reports adverse reactions to physician.
    Maintain certification as CPR Instructor in order to train and certify all staff, as well as administer CPR in emergency situations.
    Ensure the completion of a physical assessment and obtain medical history information from clients and family members at time of admission.
    Manage all training of nursing staff including yearly in-services required by licensing and CARF standards.
    Coordinate with the Facility Director/VP and Human Resource Department for staffing, training, employee relations issues, performance evaluations and maintenance of personnel files, documentation and licensure requirements for nursing staff.
    Complete administrative duties as needed to ensure appropriate client health services, including policy and procedure updates.
    Adhere strictly to HIPAA regulations in regards to client confidentiality
    Perform additional duties as assigned and consistent with the exempt functions as defined in this job description.
    QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE POSITION:
    Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
    Knowledge of pharmacology as it relates to individuals with substance abuse and mental health disorders.
    Experienced in providing medical care to a diverse ethnic and cultural population.
    Excellent assessment and communication skills.
    Possesses good time management skills needed to meet aggressive deadlines and prioritize multiple tasks.
    Patience, perseverance, and resilience in a challenging environment.
    Presents a professional, positive image.
    Capable of performing job responsibilities in a professional manner.
    Excellent documentation skills.
    Ability to consistently uphold the Core Principles of Cenikor's Culture:
    Demonstrate mission of service to our clients
    Positive, respectful communication with both staff and clients
    Demonstrate self-motivation and perseverance to achieve goals
    Role model appropriate, professional behaviors including appropriate client boundaries
    Work effectively as part of a team, helping to set up others for success
    Education:
    High School Diploma or GED
    Graduate of an accredited nursing program
    Experience:
    Minimum of three (3) years nursing experience preferably in providing care for individuals with alcohol and substance abuse, mental health and chemical dependency treatment.
    Supervisory experience preferred.
    Licensure Required:
    Current licensure as RN or Nurse Practitioner
    Current certification in CPR and First Aid
    Important Notes:
    Drug Free Workplace
    Equal Opportunity Employer
    Certain criminal history will not necessarily preclude employment
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    Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner who functions as an independent healthcare provider who, working collaboratively within a multidisciplinary health team, he/she is responsible for providing comprehensive care to patients with acute or chronic medical conditions in an urgent care setting that includes telehealth medicine. He/she demonstrates a high degree of clinical expertise in working with patients with acute and chronic illnesses or acute injuries commonly encountered in both the pediatric and adult patient population. He/she is responsible for assessment, diagnosis, treatment, management, education, health promotion and care coordination for patients and families with acute and chronic health needs. Essential Functions and Responsibilities: • Provide care generally on an outpatient basis and such pre-operative care in minor surgery normally performed on an outpatient basis • Responsible for the delivery of care, treatment, and referrals. Arrange for referral resources for those medical specialties not provided by the organization for patients of the clinic • Evaluate patients, based on medical training and/or specialty, to determine the medical condition of the patient, through the performance of physical examinations, thereby, establishing a diagnosis and proposed treatment plan • Perform such clinical procedures for patient's benefit which are within scope and skill of practitioner and which are economically feasible • Communicate information to patients regarding diagnosis and treatment goals • Maintains accurate, complete, concise and timely documentation in the electronic medical record • Perform other job-related duties, as may be assigned, by the Medical Director Requirements and Qualifications: • Current, unrestricted PA or NP license in the state or the ability to obtain • Ability to obtain DEA licensure • Knowledge of treatment and drug interactions • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Community Care Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO).

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    Registered Nurse  

    - Austin

    Full-time Registered Emergency Room Nurse (Days)
    Sign On Bonus - $12,000
    Position Summary
    Are you looking to put your emergency room nursing skills to work and still have energy to enjoy life outside of work? Complete Care offers that breath of fresh air. Our freestanding emergency departments are the perfect balance of challenging your skills without being overrun. Our nurses enjoy the personal one on one patient interaction without the pressure of being rushed. You will be supported by outgoing, experienced and friendly medical professionals with the same desire to provide exceptional patient centered care to the family oriented communities we serve.
    Essential Functions of the Role
    Knowledge of laws, rules, regulations, standards and guidelines set by Texas state laws and regulations along with company policies/procedures.
    Works collaboratively and independently with colleagues to develop and implement plan of care. Delegates tasks and care to appropriate staff and ensures timely follow-up. Exercises independent judgement within the context of interdisciplinary patient care.
    Preserves and protects the confidentiality, autonomy, dignity and rights of patient and family and represents their concerns. Identifies and clearly communicates clinical concerns.
    Uses strategies and available resources for problem solving. Considers factors related to safety, effectiveness and efficiency in planning and delivering patient care.
    Create a compassionate, supportive and safe environment for patients, families and staff.
    About Us
    Complete Care values the role each member of our team plays in helping provide award winning care to the communities we serve. We employ more than 500 people and provide rewarding career opportunities that help them reach their highest potential. You'll be recognized for your performance in an environment that will challenge you and give you clear direction on what it takes to succeed in your role.
    Our company has been industry pioneers since 2009 and year after year awarded the prestigious Press Ganey Pinnacle and Guardian of Excellence award for patient satisfaction.
    "The only way to earn the accolades we've received is to hire great people and give them the tools to succeed. I am fortunate to be surrounded by a very talented team. When people take pride in their work and love their job, extraordinary things can happen" -Rob Morris, CEO
    Complete Care offers competitive pay and opportunities for learning and career development. We promote a diverse and inclusive workplace, and our team members have a voice in their work through surveys, employee rounding and town halls.
    Comprehensive Benefit Package
    Medical, Dental and Vision
    Enhanced Benefits for Employee, Spouse and Children Living at Home
    Company Match to 401k Contributions
    Paid Time Off
    Life Insurance
    HSA/Flex Spending Account
    Employee Assistance Program
    Complete Care Holiday Fund
    College Tuition Benefit
    Complimentary Snacks
    Fun Work Environment / Team Outings
    Community Involvement/ Volunteer Opportunities
    Requirements
    Current Texas Nursing License in good standing
    2 years of emergency room nursing experience
    Current BLS, ACLS and PALS obtained through American Heart Association
    Basic computer skills including Microsoft Office, Windows and EMR/EPM systems
    Expertise
    Reliant, trustworthy and dependable
    Exceptional technical skills (IV, local anesthesia, Foley, etc.)
    Ability to work in high-pressure situations while maintain excellent patient care
    Document pertinent data in a concise manner


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