Paulding County Hospital offers everything you’d expect from a top-tier employer, along with a family-like culture that reflects the rural roots of the communities we serve. Our team not only works together, we share experiences and grow stronger together as well. Employees of Paulding County Hospital enjoy:
- Competitive salary
- Excellent benefits, including medical, dental, vision and prescription coverage
- Employer contributions to the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System
- Tuition reimbursement for those who qualify
- Free access to our on-site fitness center
- Pharmacy and cafeteria discounts
- Opportunities for growth
We value each member of our team, and we hope you’ll consider becoming a part of it.
How to Apply
Apply online by viewing our open positions, or submit your application materials in person, by mail or via email.
Paulding County Hospital 1035 W. Wayne Street Paulding, OH 45879 firstname.lastname@example.org
Information Systems Administrator
Description: Professional Individual responsible for planning, organizing, maintaining and administering all network and computer systems for the organization. Installing and maintaining all network and computer equipment and software, ensuring security and system performance.
Minimum qualifications: Associate Degree in Business/Computer Science or 2-4 year experience in related field
Schedule: 1st Shift, after hours as required.
Labratory- Medical Technologist/Medical Laboratory Technician
Description: Performs all analytical procedures in the laboratory in the specialties of chemistry, serology, hematology, blood banking, urinalysis, microbiology, coagulation, and body fluid analysis. Collects blood samples from inpatients and outpatients.
Requirements: Must be registered Medical Technologist/Medical Laboratory Technician, ASCP or HHS approved or equivalent.
Sign on bonus available.
Schedule: Full Time- (7P-7A)
Registered Nurse (Ambulatory Surgical Unit)
Description: Responsibilities could include rotating in the scrub, circulating, and recovery phases of surgical nursing and assessing, planning and implementing care of the surgical patient throughout the peri-operative, operative, and post-operative phases.
Requirements: Current State of Ohio Registered Nurse Licensure, Current BLS Certification, Current ACLS/PALS Certification (or achieved within first 6 months)
Description: Responsible for preparing food for patients, staff, and guests and special functions. Performs a variety of routine tasks in kitchen, tray line, and dishwashing areas.
Requirements: High school education or equivalent. Knowledge of kitchen sanitation and safety.
Schedule: Part Time
Physician Office Assistant
Description: Professional individual to greet patients at the physician office and perform various clerical and receptionist duties under the supervision of the office physician/Nurse Practitioner. Including but not limited to administrative, clerical and technical tasks for the physician and other staff.
Requirements: CMA (Preferred), computer experience, basic office and organizational skills.