Advancing Healthcare Together – The Future of Healthcare is in Topeka Kansas
Why The University of Kansas Health System St. Francis
Our People. Our people truly are our greatest strength. They make a massive difference in the amazing care we provide every day. We work closely together to create a positive experience for our patients and each other.
Our Purpose. We will build on your experience and provide meaningful and purposeful career growth for your future. You will have the opportunity every day to make a difference in someone’s life and change the course of healthcare.
Our Place. St. Francis Campus is proud to be a part of a long legacy of high-quality, compassionate care. For more than 100 years, the hospital has combined compassionate care with lifesaving technological advancements to our patients and the communities served. Today, the hospital has 378 licensed beds, a history of technological advancements, and a generous and supportive community.
The SNT/Student Nurse Tech, under the supervision of the Registered Nurse, assists in delegated patient care activities, including activities of daily living (ADL) and basic nursing procedures. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Now that you have read about what you will be doing and have the experience we seek, it is time to apply and make a difference in the lives of our patients.
The St. Francis Campus is fully accredited by the joint Commission. We also have the following notable accreditations and certifications:
- Advanced Primary Stroke Center Certification
- Inpatient Rehab Stroke Certification
- Chest Pain Accreditation, by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care
- Breast Imaging Center of Excellence, by the American College of Radiology
- (CoC) Accreditation
- High school graduate or equivalent.
- MUST be enrolled in a Nursing School program or Graduate Nurse who has failed his/her license examination OR have CNA license and be enrolled in a nursing program.
- No prior experience required; however, preference will be given to prior work experience in a comparable health care setting.
- Interpersonal and communication skills necessary to interact with patients, families, physicians and interdisciplinary team and to demonstrate empathy and sensitivity necessary to elicit patients cooperation and allay apprehensions.
- Ability to function as a member of the interdisciplinary team carrying out the instructions of the RN and other professionals.
- Must be able to prioritize and organize daily activities.
- Must be able to recognize and intervene in life-threatening situations.
- Basic Life Support certification required.