**WE'RE HIRING**U.S RENAL CARE HIRING EVENTTuesday, January 24th, 202310am 4pm1009 Executive Parkway DriveCreve Coeur, MO 63141Willing to Train and Walk-Ins are WelcomeAs a Patient Care Technician (PCT) at US Renal Care, you will be an integral part of a cross-functional team providing care and delegated activities of treatment to patients. The PCT will work under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN) or Charge Nurse (CN) for patients with renal failure.What you'll be doingPatient care.You will work directly with patients to provide safe, comfortable, and high-quality dialysis treatment. Responsibilities include gathering patient stats before and after treatment, initiating treatment, monitoring patients during treatment, terminating treatment, and collecting patient blood samples per physician orders.Technician Duties.You will ensure quality comes first by preparing machines for hemodialysis treatments, cleaning and disinfecting machines after treatment, and conducting machine safety checks and logging results for quality control, ensuring all protocols and regulations are followed.Safety and Quality.You will use appropriate safety measures, including personal protective equipment. Working under the supervision of a Charge Nurse, you will adhere to all company policies, procedures, and state/federal laws and regulations. You will participate in all required staff meetings and continuing education offerings.U.S. Renal Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Veteran.Requirements:What we're looking forHigh schoolgraduateor equivalent.Desire to work in healthcare and care for patients.Previous healthcare experience in dialysis, phlebotomy, or as a CNA is a plus.Must be comfortable mixing acids and bicarbonate according to protocol.Ability to distinguish all primary colors.Other requirementsSuccessful completion of USRC training program approved by the Medical Director, including demonstrated competency; this includes successful completion of USRC training course in the theory and practice of hemodialysis within 8 weeks of hire.CPR certification required within 90 days of hire or as required by the state.Patient Care Technician certification must be obtained through a state certification program or national commercially available certification program within 18 months of hire date and maintained in good standing thereafter. Specific state requirements may be applicable and required.Are you ready to make a difference?We're here to change the lives of people with kidney disease and shape the future of kidney care. We still have much work ahead. If you desire to make a positive impact in the life of others and pursue a fulfilling career in healthcare, we invite you to join our team at U.S. Renal Care!Are you with US? Apply today!