(207) 474-5121 | 46 Fairview Avenue, Skowhegan, ME 04976

Employment Opportunities

Redington-Fairview General Hospital (RFGH) has been providing care as an independent, community hospital in Skowhegan, Maine since 1952. Today, RFGH is a 25-bed critical access facility that provides health care for more than 30,000 residents living in Somerset County, which extends from Skowhegan to the Canadian border. Founded in a tradition of community service, and strengthened by a readiness to respond to change, RFGH looks forward to a bright healthcare future; for our employees, medical staff, and for those we serve.

If you are interested in making a difference in your community, a rewarding career at RFGH may be for you. Explore our Nursing, General Employment, and Provider career opportunities below.

We Offer Excellent Benefits

Benefits become effective the 1st of the month following hire date

Some Examples of full time employee benefits below
  • Medical Insurance, 2 Options and employee coverage cost $0.
  • Healthcare discount: services provided at RFGH are covered 100%
  • Competitive Shift Differentials
  • Dental and Vision Insurances
  • 403b contribution with employer matching
  • Pension plan, fully funded by RFGH
  • Earned time benefit of 5 weeks per year (increases after 5 years)
  • Tuition assistance after only 5 weeks of employment!
  • Loan forgiveness up to $1800 per year
  • Free Gym membership

General

Med/Surg

The Med-Surg CNA/UC Tech works to support a busy multi-disciplinary team. This person must have the ability to interact professionally with multiple age groups and disciplines. The CNA/UC Tech will provide support clinically and clerically.

Status: Full time, night shift 36 hours per week 6p-6a

Qualities: Must have excellent communication and organizational skills. Must be able to work independently, perform effectively under pressure and be able to multitask. Customer service, computer and phone skills are a must. Patient –centered focus is imperative. We are actively seeking a candidate with a positive attitude, ability to adapt in a fast-paced environment, exemplifies teamwork and commitment to the position.

Requirement: Valid and current Maine State CNA registry required. BLS certification.

Somerset Public Health

Somerset Public Health is seeking a new team member to serve on the front lines of our physical activity and nutrition programs. This position will be working on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-Education (SNAP-Ed). This grant teaches community members who are low-income eligible how to eat healthy on a limited budget and lead physically active lifestyles. Strong candidates will have a background in providing education or formal training and experience teaching nutrition using prescribed curricula. This position will be required to keep detailed records for reporting and evaluation. The candidate will work independently, be well-organized, and possess a strong attention to detail. Travel is required throughout the Somerset Public Health service area and occasionally to statewide trainings in a central location (1-2 per year). Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in community health, health education, public health or other related field.

Status: Full time, 30 hour grant funded with benefits

Expected strengths
• A self-motivated individual who is able to work as cooperative team member.
• Energetic self-starter and innovative thinker
• Background in community health strategies, obesity prevention
• Strong organizational skills, including ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize time demands
• Effective written and verbal communication skills, as well as public speaking abilities
• Excellent computer/technology skills

Education and/or Experience
• Minimum of a Bachelors Degree in community health, health education, public
Health, or other related field.
• Demonstrated experience and proficiency in working convening and facilitating
groups to effect policy and environmental changes for population health improvement
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• A valid Maine Driver's License
• Experience working with non-profit, government and/or private foundation
grants preferred.

Somerset Public Health

Somerset Public Health is seeking a qualified individual who can provide leadership to our tobacco use prevention program in collaboration with its dynamic, cooperative, and fun team that loves this community-based work. The successful candidate will enjoy a flexible work environment with a tremendous variety in work responsibilities that are encouraged to be completed in an energetic, yet thoughtful pace using out of the box thinking. If you’re ready to make big changes in Somerset County, come join us!

Status: 40-hour, grant-funded position with full benefits

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required
• Works within a team and individually to collaborate with municipalities, schools, businesses, health care professionals, and work sites, among others, to improve policies and environments that reduce the use of tobacco and nicotine-containing products by youth and adults
• Identifies community needs, contributes to the development of trainings, and provides technical assistance to community partners to change policies and environments.
• Develops implementation strategies and work plans to effect change at the community level.
• Provides direct education to students regarding the risks associated with tobacco use, vaping, and general substance use prevention.
• Collects relevant data to evaluate interventions, reviews secondary data sources and related materials, when appropriate.
• Provides detailed reports to funders and program officers.
• Accurately and clearly communicates to sites and partners.
• Has strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office.
• The Tobacco Use Prevention Specialist will also provide tobacco cessation treatment and be required to obtain Tobacco Treatment Specialist Certification.

Education and/or Experience
• Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in community health, health education, public
health or other related field.
• Demonstrated experience and proficiency in convening and facilitating
groups to effect policy and environmental changes for population health improvement
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Tobacco Treatment Specialist Certification preferred
• A valid Maine Driver's License
• Experience working with non-profit, government and/or private foundation grants preferred.

RMPC

The RMPC float Medical Assistant performs various activities under the general supervision of the physician and the Office Manager to support exceptional patient centered care. These duties may be performed in a variety of practices within our organization.

Status: Full time, 40 hours M-F 8-4:30

Qualities: Good interpersonal and organizational skills required. Previous medical office experience is desirable. Must be able to multi task and have computer and typing skills

Requirements: Medical Assistant Certification required. Associate Degree in Medical Assisting preferred.


Radiology

Under the direct supervision of the Radiology Manager/Chief Technologist and the direction of the Radiologist(s), shall perform a variety of duties and technical Nuclear Medicine procedures in preparing patients for scans utilizing radioactive tracers for body imaging to aid in diagnosis and treatment. Staff must demonstrate knowledge and skill necessary to perform exams on patients of all age groups, are knowledgeable about development needs over the age span and when appropriate are knowledgeable about the use of age related equipment.

Status: Per diem

Qualities: Patient centered approach to care is essential.

Requirements: Must be a graduate from an approved Radiology Technology school holding a National Registry in Radiology Technology. Must have previous Nuclear Medicine experience. Must hold a State of Maine Nuclear Medicine License or be a graduate from an approved Nuclear Medicine School holding a National registry in Nuclear Medicine and a State of Maine Nuclear Medicine License. BLS

Radiology

Under the direct supervision of the Radiology Manager/Chief Technologist and the direction of the Radiologist(s), shall perform a variety of duties and technical Nuclear Medicine procedures in preparing patients for scans utilizing radioactive tracers for body imaging to aid in diagnosis and treatment. Staff must demonstrate knowledge and skill necessary to perform exams on patients of all age groups, are knowledgeable about development needs over the age span and when appropriate are knowledgeable about the use of age related equipment.

Status: Part time, 16 hr

Qualities: Patient centered approach to care is essential.

Requirements: Must be a graduate from an approved Radiology Technology school holding a National Registry in Radiology Technology. Must have previous Nuclear Medicine experience. Must hold a State of Maine Nuclear Medicine License or be a graduate from an approved Nuclear Medicine School holding a National registry in Nuclear Medicine and a State of Maine Nuclear Medicine License. BLS

Laboratory

The Laboratory Department Phlebotomy/EKG Technician staff will be competent to perform all diagnostic procedures, as assigned and must be able to demonstrate consistent competence to perform the skills required

Status: This is a full-time 40-hour evening position for (5) 8 hour shifts per week. Hours are from 5:00am-1:30pm which includes weekend and holiday rotation coverage.

Qualities: An ability to work in a fast paced environment is essential.

Requirements: High School Diploma. Certificate from accredited phlebotomy training program preferred.

Laboratory

The Laboratory Department Phlebotomy/EKG Technician staff will be competent to perform all diagnostic procedures, as assigned and must be able to demonstrate consistent competence to perform the skills required

Status: This is a full-time 40-hour evening position for (5) 8 hour shifts per week. Hours are from 9:30am-6:00pm which includes weekend and holiday rotation coverage.

Qualities: An ability to work in a fast paced environment is essential.

Requirements: High School Diploma. Certificate from accredited phlebotomy training program preferred.

Laboratory

The Laboratory Department Phlebotomy/EKG Technician staff will be competent to perform all diagnostic procedures, as assigned and must be able to demonstrate consistent competence to perform the skills required

Status: Per Diem working all shifts. Applicant must be open to working holidays, weekends and/or as needed

Qualities: An ability to work in a fast paced environment is essential.

Requirements: High School Diploma. Certificate from accredited phlebotomy training program preferred.

Rehab Services

The Rehab & Fitness Services receptionist is responsible for greeting the department's customers in person and on the telephone, determining the customer's needs, gathering information from various sources, and coordinating the department's resources to meet those needs. This includes scheduling patient appointments, registering patients in the electronic medical record, scanning, faxing, and providing general office support as needed to ensure the prompt, efficient, and friendly delivery of services to the customers. Receptionist/Registrar experience preferred; however, will train the right candidate.

Status: Full time, 40 hours, M-F.

Qualities: Effective teamwork, flexibility, patience, and courtesy towards patients, family, and other staff are essential.

Requirements: The Receptionist must be a high school graduate or equivalent. Basic skills and comfort in office-related computer use, as well as understanding basic medical terminology is preferred. Knowledge of electronic medical recording, word processing, and spreadsheet data entry preferred.

Emergency Department

The registrar functions as a coordinator for registration activities and is an integral member of the Emergency Department team. The Emergency Department Registrar works directly with patients, obtaining consents and completing required forms as mandated by state and federal regulations. The ED Registrar assists patients with handling clerical problems and resolving any issues such as incorrect identification.

Status: Per diem

Qualities: This position requires exceptional computer skills, a need for general knowledge of insurance, pre-certifications, medical terminology, and exemplary customer service skills.

Requirements: Strong computer skills. Medical Terminology and healthcare experience preferred.

Nutrition Services

All trayline workers are responsible for accuracy in patient tray set-up in accordance with diet orders. They assemble salads, desserts, and beverages for all diets and transport completed trays to patient rooms. Trayline workers also perform assigned cleaning tasks in the kitchen and other duties as required.

Status: Full time, 32 hours, 10:30a-7p with every other weekend

Qualities: Flexibility and a great attitude required

Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent. Food service experience is a plus, but willing to train the right person.

Radiology

Under the direction of the Radiologist, performs a variety of diagnostic ultrasound procedures and communicates results, completes examinations according to prescribed procedures using independent judgment in the utilization of ultrasonic equipment for medical diagnoses, is responsible for daily operations of the department, patient schedule, equipment maintenance, the report of equipment failures and quality assessment, must demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary to perform exams on patients of all age groups, and must be knowledgeable about developmental needs over the age span and where appropriate are knowledgeable about age related equipment.

Status: per diem

Qualities: Patient centered care and attention to detail are required

Requirements: Must have a high school education and be a Registered Radiologic Technologist with previous Ultrasound experience or Previous Ultrasound experience or hold the ARDMS Registry for Ultrasound. or Be a graduate from an 'Approved Accredited Ultrasound School', holding the Physics component of the ARDMS registry-and eligible to take a 'specialty' within 1 year of graduation for completion of ARDMS credentials. However, we strongly encourage the completion of the ARDMS credentials within the first 6 to 9 months of employment. BLS

Nursing Opportunities

Birthing Center

This is a competent professional registered nurse position requiring practical and technical skills sufficient to deliver quality nursing care for newborns, childbearing women and women having OBGYN procedures. She/he must be able to assess and manage patients during all stages of pregnancy, labor and delivery, post-partum care, care of the neonate and post surgical care. The RN must also be able to assess and meet the patient's physical, emotional and educational needs and have the knowledge to refer to outside agencies whenever indicated.

Status: Full time, 36 hour, variable shift. Rotating weekend and Holiday

Qualities: This vibrant and forward-thinking RN will possess strong critical thinking, flexibility and communication skills. The ability to work independently but also collaborate with multidisciplinary teams while providing patient-centered care is a must.

Requirements: Perinatal experience preferred, however will train an RN with strong clinical background. NRP, Fetal Monitoring, CLC, STABLE, and IV Therapy are also preferred. RN Maine License, ACLS and BLS required.

Birthing Center

This is a competent professional registered nurse position requiring practical and technical skills sufficient to deliver quality nursing care for newborns, childbearing women and women having OBGYN procedures. She/he must be able to assess and manage patients during all stages of pregnancy, labor and delivery, post-partum care, care of the neonate and post surgical care. The RN must also be able to assess and meet the patient's physical, emotional and educational needs and have the knowledge to refer to outside agencies whenever indicated.

Status: Per Diem

Qualities: This vibrant and forward-thinking RN will possess strong critical thinking, flexibility and communication skills. The ability to work independently but also collaborate with multidisciplinary teams while providing patient-centered care is a must.

Requirements: Perinatal experience preferred, however will train an RN with strong clinical background. NRP, Fetal Monitoring, CLC, STABLE, and IV Therapy are also preferred. RN Maine License, ACLS and BLS required.

Birthing Center

This is a competent professional registered nurse position requiring practical and technical skills sufficient to deliver quality nursing care for newborns, childbearing women and women having OBGYN procedures. She/he must be able to assess and manage patients during all stages of pregnancy, labor and delivery, post-partum care, care of the neonate and post surgical care. The RN must also be able to assess and meet the patient's physical, emotional and educational needs and have the knowledge to refer to outside agencies whenever indicated.

Status: Full time, 36 hours, 7p-7a. Participation in weekend and rotating holiday coverage required.

Qualities: This vibrant and forward-thinking RN will possess strong critical thinking, flexibility and communication skills. The ability to work independently but also collaborate with multidisciplinary teams while providing patient-centered care is a must.

Requirements: Perinatal experience preferred, however will train an RN with strong clinical background. NRP, Fetal Monitoring, CLC, STABLE, and IV Therapy are also preferred. RN Maine License, ACLS and BLS required.

Special Care Unit

RFGH SCU Department is seeking an RN for the day shift. The SCU RN is responsible for assessment of the critically ill patient whose status may change rapidly and for carrying out complex plans of care, which involve adherence to detailed policies, procedures, and standards for technical modalities.

Status: Full time, 36 hour 7a-7p, required share in the weekend/overnight/holiday call rotation

Qualities: Must have strong critical thinking skills, the ability to deal with complex clinical situations, and excellent team communication skills. The ability to work independently and also collaborate with multidisciplinary teams while providing patient-centered care is a must.

Requirements: Must hold current Maine RN current with BLS and ACLS, PALS, IV Certification and Moderate Sedation are required within six months of hire. One year of critical care experience is preferred.

Emergency Department

The Emergency Department RN is a professional who displays expertise in observation, assessment and treatment of patients of all ages that require emergency, urgent or non-urgent treatment. Using the nursing process, the Emergency Department RN coordinates total nursing care for patients, participates in patient and family teaching and provides leadership by working collaboratively with the Emergency Department providers and other patient team members.

Status: Full time, 36 hours, 6a-6p. This position includes every other weekend and rotating holidays.

Qualities: This vibrant and forward-thinking RN will possess strong critical thinking, flexibility and communication skills. The ability to work independently but also collaborate with multidisciplinary teams while providing patient-centered care is a must.

Requirements: Must hold current Maine RN current with BLS, IV certification and ACLS

Med/Surg

RFGH is seeking a skilled professional registered nurses with theoretical and practical knowledge and skills to deliver quality nursing care to patients in all age groups: pediatric to geriatric.

Status: Full time, 7p-7a

Qualities: This vibrant and forward-thinking RN will possess strong critical thinking, flexibility and communication skills. The ability to work independently but also collaborate with multidisciplinary teams while providing patient-centered care is a must

Requirements: Must hold current Maine RN, BLS.

Med/Surg

RFGH is seeking a skilled professional registered nurse with theoretical and practical knowledge and skills to deliver quality nursing care to patients in all age groups: pediatric to geriatric.

Status: Per Diem 7p-7a and 7a-7p

Qualities: This vibrant and forward-thinking RN will possess strong critical thinking, flexibility and communication skills. The ability to work independently but also collaborate with multidisciplinary teams while providing patient-centered care is a must

Requirements: Must hold current Maine RN, BLS.

Provider Opportunities

Somerset Primary Care

RFGH is seeking a full time PA or NP to join our team. Experience in Family Practice/Internal Medicine. These positions are located at Somerset Primary Care in a busy outpatient practice. Participation in phone call coverage is also required. Competitive Salary and full benefit package.

Qualities: Will engage and collaborate with appropriate discipline (s) for effective and safe patient care. Will use positive interpersonal skills and demonstrate collaborative working relationships with all team members.

Requirements: Board Certified PA or NP with a minimum of 3 years experience.

Skowhegan Family Medicine

RFGH is seeking a full time Family Practice Physician who also manages Obstetrics to join our Family Practice Team. This position is located at Skowhegan Family Medicine. This is an employed position. Must be BC/BE within 5 years post Residency Training. Cross coverage with 7 other Family Providers. Call is 1:7. Competitive Salary and full benefit package. Full hospitalist service. Visa candidates are welcome.

Somerset Primary Care

RFGH is seeking (1) full time Internal Medicine/or Family Medicine Physician to join our Adult Medicine Team. No pediatrics or OB. Interest in addiction medicine is a plus. This position is located at Somerset Primary Care in a busy outpatient practice. This is an employed position. Must be BC/BE within 5 years post Residency training. This is an outpatient only position, participating in phone call coverage is also required. Full hospitalist service. Competitive salary and full benefit package. Visa candidates are welcome.

RFGH

Full time Neurologist opening. Outpatient position with occasional inpatient consultations. No call. Must be BC/BE within 5 years of training. Employed position includes competitive salary and excellent benefits. Earned Benefit Time and $4,000 CME allowance.

Redington OB/GYN
RFGH is seeking an OB/GYN Physician to join an established two provider practice. Employed position. Must be Board eligible/certified within five years post Residency training. Call is 1:2. Competitive salary, and full benefits package. Visa candidates welcome.
RFGH

RFGH is seeking (1) full time Radiologist to join our team. Employed position joining 1 employed Radiologist and 2 contracted. Must be BC/BE within 5 years post Residency training. Fuji PACS-RIS System and Powerscribe Dictation. Expect to read 70-90 cases daily. Competitive salary and full benefit package. Visa Candidates are welcome.


Interested physician candidates should submit a cover letter along with a current CV to Richard Willett, C.E.O., Redington-Fairview General Hospital, P. O. Box 468, Skowhegan, ME 04976.