Im going to be a full time student and was thinking of working...20 hours a week.
So i wanted work at a hospital part time as a patient transporter.
How does that work?
are hospital hours flexible?
Would it be reasonable to work from 5-11 on some days and a different time on weekends or something?
I would love to work in a hospital if possible. What are some other good jobs?
I work at a hospital as a patient transporter I want to move up, be able to do more and possibly make more money. What certifications (or anything like that) can I get to help me advance?
I'm wanting to become a Non Emergency Patient Transporter. I was just wonding if anyone has this job in Victoria and how much they get paid an hour or year and if its full time or part time work?
Most of my work has been in the construction industry. Now I want a job as a patient transporter.
I am emphasizing conflict resolution on customer home ( leaky roof? ) and transportation and supervision of labor pools.
I'm considering getting a job in a hospital as a patient transporter. I was curious to see what this job entitles. I also would like to know other things such as what are the chances of getting sick and work conditions, is pay minimum wage etc.
I would like to know if anyone knows how much does a patient transporter make at Baylor hospital.
Are they confusing and difficult, or is it a good first job to have?
Can someone explain a day at work for a transporter?
My mom is a nurse and she says she's going to get me an application to be one but before i get my hopes up for this job how old do you have to be? I would be applying for it when i'm 16 and my mom says there are young people who do it but i'm just not sure. Also are the hours flexible because obviously i will be in highschool still. All answers are appreciated:)
Also what should i put if applying for a job as a secretary?
I'm a freshman in college and over the summer I wanted to get a job. My major is radiology so I was wondering is there a job I can get in a hospital etc. that deals with radiology without a degree? I know theres like nurses aids and stuff but I wanted something that goes along with radiology. Thanks!
I was offered this position at a job fair at my school, but the recruiter was not very detailed in his description of the position. (I do not have a to drive any vehicles so this would all be INSIDE the hopsital) Can anyone tell me what else I would have to do besides push people around on wheelchairs and beds?
But if there is a job without a high school diploma but i want to stay in a hospital. I live in texas
I am currently in school for physical therapy and I was interested in finding a job at a hospital. I know that there are jobs in hospitals that don't require a degree but I cannot seem to find any. Jobs such as patient transporting or even jobs working in the cafes. I look at job listings for hospitals but NEVER see these things. Does anyone have any tips as to how I can pursue such positions?
Like serving patients food, helping them, I went to their website, but it doesn't have it on there to apply.
I am 17 and I know CPR and I know I probably won't actually be helping much but I was wondering if there are any jobs at a hospital that I could get? or any volunteer work.. I think working in a hospital would be a great experience.
I am a fourth year college student and I am looking to get into medical school. It's strongly recommended that I work at a hospital before applying to med school, but what jobs can I do that don't require training, experience, or a degree?
I just need a nice part time job on the side while going to school and i dont know what position there are.
I wanna be a nurse and i have never worked in my life and i really need a job. Well since i just started applying at retail stores, i thought it would be a good idea to maybe work at a clinic as a receptionist? Are there any other jobs in a clinic that needs to no experience? im basically desperate for a job...thanks alot for the help
I'm a teen with one more year to go at high school, then am shipping off to med-school. I'll get as full a scholarship as I can for as long as I can, to save money, but most scholarships don't let you work while on them, so they know you're studying. However if I do survive scholarships and student loans, when I graduate from med-school as a G.P. (my chosen career) I'll be about 30.
If I get as many scholarships as possible, I'll be 30 with no work experience, only training. Plus to get the scholarships, work experience would look good.
So work in a hospital would be good for me. What kind of job could a teen apply for in a hospital which would look good on my application for scholarships?
I know that, I have looked up the requirements. I was asking more as something to help me get the initial scholarship, that comment was more a humourous thought.
Currently, I've been working at a hospital the past 7 years making sh*t. All I do is transporter patients and dispatch the transporters making just enough to pay bills with my girlfriend and live in a sh*thole apartment with her.
I need a real job with better pay. I don't mind taking pictures of people and stuff or working with computers. I'm just terrible at math. Any recommendations? What are the qualifications for a photographer or computer repairer?