Patient Transporter - Lifespan

Newport, RI

Posted: 09/03/2019 Industry: Health & Human Services Job Number: 1880

Skills for Rhode Island’ s Future is recruiting candidates for Lifespan.  Please read more about Skills for Rhode Island’ s Future at the end of this job description. 

COMPANY NAME:  Lifespan
JOB TITLE:   Patient Transporter
LOCATION: Newport, RI
HOURS:  Evening, Full time

Key Responsibilities:
  • Transports child, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients to and from all areas/departments requiring patient transport, using wheelchairs and stretchers.
  • Delivers reports, supplies, films, specimens, etc. throughout the hospital as requested.

Successful candidates will have:
  • Current CPR certification.
  • Ability to read write and follow specific instruction.
  • Must be able to sit 1-3 hours stand and walk 3-7 hours per day lift 25-50 lbs with good body mechanics twist and bend infrequently with a workload capacity of 3-5 Mets (see chart).
  • Must be able to use both hand/wrists and perform work with moderate deviation and occasional fine motor skills.
  • Experience within medical field preferred.

HOW TO APPLY
For more information and a full job description, please visit Skills for Rhode Island’ s Future website at www.skillsforri.com/jobs.  Applicants interested in this position will be screened by Skills for Rhode Island’ s Future and Lifespan will make the final hiring decisions. 


WHY APPLY THROUGH SKILLS FOR RHODE ISLAND’ S FUTURE
Our mission is focused on supporting unemployed and underemployed job seekers. Our goal is to get you back to work.  Skills for Rhode Island’ s Future’ s team will guide  and provide you with support  throughout the hiring process.
Skills for Rhode Island’ s Future has agreements with employers to recruit talent like you, making us a resource to get the unemployed and underemployed job seeker back to work.

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