Careers

Below is a list of current job openings at Smith County Memorial Hospital. Looking for a position that’s not listed? We keep applications for up to six months, so we encourage you to send an application to be considered for new opportunities.

 

Surgical Services Manager
Smith County Memorial Hospital is seeking a full-time surgery supervisor. Applicant must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing with current Kansas State Board of Nursing license. Must have a thorough knowledge of AORN rules and regulations. S/he should have knowledge and experience to ensure perioperative care and stay up-to-date on best practices. A successful candidate will have experience in principles, methods and techniques involved in performing surgical procedures and sterilizing equipment. S/he will provide a safe environment for patients and encourage a culture of safety. Primary surgical procedures include endoscopy, pain management and OB coverage.

Supervisor must work well with medical staff and contracted providers. A successful candidate must have leadership skills to build and grow a team while working side-by-side with surgical nursing staff. The supervisor will oversee training, orientation and continuing education for team. Requires at least two years of management experience. Preferred experience with budget, supply chain, policy and procedure, scheduling and equipment management. Supervisor will share every other weekend call with additional staff.

SCMH is a 16-bed critical access hospital with an attached rural health clinic. Medical staff includes four board-certified family medicine physicians and four nurse practitioners. Apply Now

Registered Nurse – Full-Time, Nights

Smith County Memorial Hospital is looking for a full-time RN to join our nursing services team. This position is for the night shift, dedicated to in-patient nursing. The role requires a commitment to every third weekend and holiday. An ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, the ability to work within a team setting and effective patient education skills. Certification requirements include BLS, ACLS, TNCC and PALS. Compensation includes a signing bonus, competitive wages and benefits package. Apply Now

Patient Accounts Representative

Smith County Memorial Hospital is looking for the right candidate to join our patient accounts team. The position requires excellent customer service skills, the ability to communicate effectively with patients and guests and work well within a team. This role is vital to front lines communication with patients and guests. S/he will register patients, make appointments, post payments to patient accounts, respond to patient inquiries and work to relay timely and accurate information to patients as needed. Competitive wages and benefits package available. Apply Now

Nurse Practitioner

Smith County Memorial Hospital seeks a full-time nurse practitioner to provide coverage for a low-volume emergency department. S/he will serve as part of a team of nurse practitioners providing 24-hour coverage on rotation in addition to supporting providers in a rural health clinic with urgent care and specialty services. Ideal candidates will have experience either as an FNP or nurse in an emergency department, be certified in ACLS, ATLS and PALS.

SCMH is a Level IV Trauma Center, Emergent Stroke certified and participates in Kansas Clinical Improvement Collaborative. Telemedicine backup is available via Avera e-Emergency. The building is a brand new, state of the art facility that opened in August 2018.

SCMH offers a flexible schedule with ample work/life balance in addition to competitive health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, short-term and long-term disability, long-term care, FSA and other supplemental insurance options. SCMH provides a generous vacation and sick leave package and contributes to an employee retirement savings plan. Apply Now

Certified Nursing Assistant

Smith County Memorial Hospital is seeking a full-time Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) to provide patient care under the direct supervision of a licensed nurse. The CNA will work closely with the nursing and medical staff to implement care plans for patients in the hospital setting while achieving positive clinical outcomes and patient/family satisfaction. The current shift needed is 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. with a commitment to every other weekend and holiday. Competitive wages and benefits package available. Apply Now