Overview

Job Description: 
Provide respiratory therapy by physician’s order according to policy and procedure and completes all related documentation, communication, maintenance, and continuing education. Other responsibilities include managing acute and chronic respiratory problems in collaboration with the Hattie Larlham medical director, maintaining appropriate documentation to comply with regulatory agencies and communicating effectively with the medical director, director of nursing, nurses, families/guardians and other members of the interdisciplinary team as appropriate.

Openings:

Full-Time, Night Shift 6:30 pm – 7:00 am
36 hours a week, 12-hour shifts.

Job Requirements:

  • Required to have and maintain a valid license or permit for practicing respiratory therapy registered respiratory therapist (RRT) or (CRT with a minimum of two years’ experience) by NBRC.
  • Current Ohio state license of active status and without disciplinary action and BCLS certification.
  • Must have a diploma from an AMA approved school of respiratory therapy.
  • Must have the ability to develop unique, adaptive and individualized treatment plans

Work Location:

Mantua – northern Portage County, less than 10 minutes from the 1-480 ramp in Streetsboro, OH.

Minutes from:

Downtown Streetsboro – 10 minutes
Aurora Farms – 12 minutes
Hiram College – 15 minutes
Kent State University – 17 minutes
Downtown Hudson – 18 minutes
Macedonia – 23 minutes
Burton – 29 minutes
Downtown Warren – 36 minutes

About:
Hattie Larlham is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating opportunities and improving the lives of children and adults with developmental disabilities, intellectual disabilities and special needs throughout Northeast Ohio. Our compassionate and dedicated staff focuses on creating a nurturing environment in which individuals have opportunities to learn, have fun, feel safe, loved, and make choices about what happens in their lives.

EOE/Drug-Free Workplace.

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About Hattie Larlham Center for Children with Disabilities

At Hattie Larlham, we are committed to caring for children and adults with severe or profound developmental and intellectual disabilities. Our compassionate and dedicated staff focuses on creating a nurturing environment in which individuals have opportunities to learn, have fun, feel safe, loved, and make choices about what happens in their lives.