I have been working at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center full-time
Solid company, job department, work itself is all about the patient,and their care.
Redundant paperwork. Since the last 10 years Ticket to Ride sheet has been inplemented increasing the time to get the right patient prep them for transport either to or from a test site, discharge or new room from the ER. No longer can 700 jobs a month be achieved or even 500 per month.
Advice to Management
Have the department director work a shift a couple of times a year and get the real insight to what goes on daily as a Transporter and why delays occur, how they might be improved, or rethought through to achieve your departmental goals. Not an hour but an entire shift in the busiest shift would be a pay day on that Friday, or even on that same week's Saturday. Maybe each shift's busiest days will give you the insight of the disconnect between what your expect and what is possible on a usual shift.
I applied online. I interviewed at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center.
I had to call HR to inquire and then the recruiter told me that I had been selected by both departments I had applied for. She then scheduled me for both interviewers. The interviews were both very easy and I was applied both positions!
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