Employment

Our well respected urology practice with twelve providers and an ambulatory surgery center, seeks experienced candidates to join our committed team of professionals. Our providers and staff strive to create a distinctive health care experience for each patient – one focused on respectful relationships, teamwork, integrity and customer service. Our employees work closely with all departments to ensure the highest quality of individualized care. 

If you would like to apply for one of the positions listed, please submit your resume along with a cover letter stating the position you are interested in to: landerson@idurology.com

IUI ADMINISTRATION

No Administration positions open at this time.

CLINICAL

Registered Nurse (RN Circulator) – Operating Room (OR)

As a RN in the operating room, you will have the opportunity to apply sound judgment, clinical expertise, and execute critical nursing interventions to all populations within the patient care setting. You will conduct patient assessments and develop and implement nursing care plans to foster quality outcomes.

Candidates must possess at least one year of experience working in a surgery department with a patient population ranging from pediatric to geriatric. This is a full-time position working up to 40 hours per week. No weekend or on call hours.

Requirements:

  • Current Idaho license
  • One year of experience working in a surgical setting

Physician Assistant/Nurse Practitioner

We are currently seeking a motivated and Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner. The mid-level will work closely with the physician team to see work-in patients, co-manage urologic conditions, and establish their own thriving outpatient practice. This individual will assist the practice in the delivery of distinguished service to patients and the medical community, using state-of-the-art technology and medical expertise. In addition to clinical practice, the mid-level’s role includes education, research and consultation as needed to provide each patient with the finest medical care possible. There are broad opportunities for quality improvement, patient engagement and career development.

Qualifications:

  • Current Idaho license
  • Certification by applicable national certifying body
  • Training and/or certification in urology preferred
  • Basic knowledge of and experience in management information systems and EMR programs
  • Ability to identify, analyze and resolve problems
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and superior ability to get along with diverse personalities
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks in a busy clinical environment
  • Ability to work as a team member

LPN or Medical Assistant

Full time, Monday-Friday, no weekend work. The LPN or MA position requires the ability to handle a diverse range of situations and responsibilities, work independently and have strong organization skills as well as detail orientation. The LPN/MA serves as a patient advocate and is a vital member of our health care team.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Graduate of an accredited program
  • LPN – Current license in the State of Idaho
  • Medical Assistant – Registered or Certified

RN PACU

The PACU RN provides for patient needs as recognized through use of the nursing process (assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation) and the SCI mission statement; to provide excellent, individualized care with a focus on compassion, and cutting-edge technology. The RN serves as a patient advocate and is responsible for coordinating the post-operative process. The RN may assist with planning and implementing patient care per SCI policy and standards. This is a full-time position with no weekend or on call hours.

Requirements:

  • Current Idaho licensure
  • Two or more years’ experience in a surgical setting

LABORATORY

Laboratory Technologist (MLT/ASCP) – Part-time

This is a part-time on call position, answering your phone on Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., coming into the office if needed. When call-in occurs, you will generally work no more than 2 hours. Responsibilities include examining and processing specimens for routine analysis and preparation for related procedures. Assures proper sample collection, delivery and identification and performs daily/monthly quality control procedures.

Minimum requirements:

  • ASCP or AMT certification
  • Two years laboratory experience, preferably in clinic setting