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Explore Career Options

Start and advance your career with us.

Matt Wolbersen & Emily Davis, Human Resources

Are you an employee of Alomere?

Alomere created “Grow Our Own” education program because our leadership team cares about our people and wants to provide internal career advancement opportunities to support team members in taking their career to the next level. Whether looking to focus a patient care career in a specialty or transfer to a completely different department, we’re excited to support internal development opportunities.

An added bonus: If you’re interested in pursuing one of the following careers, Alomere Health will pay 100% of all expenses directly associated with tuition, books, scrubs, etc!

  • Medical Lab Technician
  • Surgical Technologist
  • Licensed Practical Nurse
  • Respiratory Therapist

Reach out to Matt Wolbersen and Emily Davis in our Human Resources department at hremail@alomerehealth.com or 320.762.6080 to learn more.

 

Patient Care Careers

Dive into the heart of healthcare with patient care careers, where you directly impact individuals’ well-being. From doctors and nurses to therapists and aides, these roles are dedicated to providing compassionate and skilled support to patients at every step of their healthcare journey.

Looking to get your foot in the door in patient care? Start here.

Fitness Specialist Assistant

The Fitness Specialist Assistant is responsible for supporting the Fitness Specialists. They will use their exercise physiology knowledge and experience to assist in facilitating sessions to ensure the athletes perform exercises safely and appropriately.

Health Unit Coordinator

Responsible for performing a variety of clerical duties relating to the updating and organizing of information on the nursing units; coordinating work within the unit as well as with other units and departments; reporting pertinent information to the immediate supervisor; responding to inquiries and requests from staff employees, etc.
Pathways: Nursing, Administration, and Business Operations

Lab Assistant

Supports laboratory operations by performing routine tasks such as specimen collection, processing, and preparation. Lab assistants may also clean and maintain laboratory equipment, organize supplies, and assist laboratory technologists or scientists as needed.
Pathways: Administration, Phlebotomist, MLT/MLS

Patient Care Assistant / Nursing Assistant

Provides direct care and assistance to patients under the supervision of registered nurses or other healthcare professionals. Duties may include bathing, dressing, feeding, and helping patients with mobility, as well as providing emotional support and reporting changes in patient condition to the nursing team.
Pathways: LPN, RN, RT, and other Patient Care Specialists

Phlebotomist

Specializes in the collection of blood specimens from patients for laboratory testing. Phlebotomists follow proper venipuncture and capillary puncture procedures, label and prepare specimens for analysis, and maintain patient comfort and safety during the blood draw process.
Pathways: Lab Assistant, MLT/MLS

Unit Support

Provides assistance and support to healthcare teams within a specific unit or department of the hospital. Responsibilities may include stocking supplies, transporting patients, maintaining cleanliness, and assisting with non-clinical tasks as needed to ensure smooth operations.
Pathways: Surgical Technologist, LPN, RN, and other Patient Care Specialists

 

 

Lab & Pharmacy

Certified Pharmacy Technician

Assists pharmacists in dispensing medications and providing pharmaceutical services to patients. Certified pharmacy technicians prepare prescriptions, manage inventory, process insurance claims, and provide customer service under the supervision of licensed pharmacists.
Pathways: Pharmacist

Courier

Transports medical specimens, supplies, and documents between healthcare facilities, laboratories, and other locations. Couriers ensure timely and safe delivery of materials, adhere to transportation regulations, and maintain accurate records of deliveries.

Lab Assistant

Supports laboratory operations by performing routine tasks such as specimen collection, processing, and preparation. Lab assistants may also clean and maintain laboratory equipment, organize supplies, and assist laboratory technologists or scientists as needed.
Pathways: Administration, Phlebotomist, MLT/MLS

Medical Lab Technologist/Scientist

Conducts laboratory tests on various types of patient samples to assist in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases. Medical lab specialists, technologists, and scientists perform complex analyses using specialized laboratory equipment, interpret test results, and ensure quality control and compliance with regulatory standards.
Pathways: Histotechnolist, Cytotechnologist, Histotechnician, Anatomic Pathology

Pharmacist

Dispenses medications, provides drug information, and offers pharmaceutical care to patients. Pharmacists review prescriptions for accuracy, counsel patients on medication use and potential side effects, and collaborate with healthcare providers to optimize medication therapy.

Pharmacy Buyer

Procures pharmaceuticals and medical supplies for a healthcare organization or pharmacy. Pharmacy buyers research vendors, negotiate pricing and contracts, monitor inventory levels, and ensure timely delivery of medications and supplies.

Phlebotomist

Specializes in the collection of blood specimens from patients for laboratory testing. Phlebotomists follow proper procedures for venipuncture and capillary puncture, label and prepare specimens for analysis, and maintain patient comfort and safety during the blood draw process.
Pathways: Lab Assistant, MLT/MLS

 

 

Nursing & Support

Health Unit Coordinator

Responsible for performing a variety of clerical duties relating to the updating and organizing of information on the nursing units; coordinating work within the unit as well as with other units and departments; reporting pertinent information to the immediate supervisor; responding to inquiries and requests from staff employees, etc.
Pathways: Nursing, Administration, and Business Operations

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)/ Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)

A healthcare professional who provides basic nursing care under the supervision of registered nurses or physicians. LPNs perform tasks such as taking vital signs, administering medications, and assisting with patient hygiene and comfort.
Pathways: Registered Nurse, Nursing Supervisor, or other Patient Care Specialists

Medical Scribe

Works alongside healthcare providers to document patient encounters in real-time, accurately capturing medical histories, exam findings, and treatment plans to enhance clinical efficiency and documentation accuracy.
Pathways: Physician and PA

Patient Care Assistant / Nursing Assistant

Provides direct care and assistance to patients under the supervision of registered nurses or other healthcare professionals. Duties may include bathing, dressing, feeding, and helping patients with mobility, as well as providing emotional support and reporting changes in patient condition to the nursing team.
Pathways: LPN, RN, RT, and other Patient Care Specialists

Registered Nurse (RN)

A licensed healthcare professional who provides and coordinates patient care, educates patients and their families about various health conditions, and offers emotional support. RNs assess patient conditions, administer medications, and collaborate with other healthcare professionals to develop and implement care plans.

Unit Support

Provides assistance and support to healthcare teams within a specific unit or department of the hospital. Responsibilities may include stocking supplies, transporting patients, maintaining cleanliness, and assisting with non-clinical tasks as needed to ensure smooth operations.
Pathways: Surgical Technologist, LPN, RN, and other Patient Care Specialists

 

Imaging

Cardiac Diagnostic Sonographer

Performs echocardiograms and other cardiac imaging procedures to evaluate the structure and function of patients’ hearts. Cardiac sonographers assist cardiologists in diagnosing and monitoring heart conditions.

CT Technologist (Computed Tomography Technologist)

Providing health care services applying x-ray energy and computer processing to assist in diagnosis and treatment of patients. This position performs computed tomography to demonstrate cross-sectional anatomic images for interpretation by a radiologist.

Radiologic Technologist

Uses medical imaging equipment, such as X-ray machines, to create diagnostic images of patients’ internal structures. Radiologic technologists ensure patient safety, position patients correctly for imaging procedures, and assist radiologists in interpreting results.

Ultrasound Technologist

Utilizes ultrasound technology to produce images of patients’ internal organs and tissues. Ultrasound technologists perform diagnostic imaging procedures, interpret results, and collaborate with other healthcare professionals to assess and diagnose medical conditions.

 

Rehabilitation Services

Occupational Therapist

Helps patients develop, recover, and improve the skills needed for daily living and work activities. Occupational therapists assess patients’ abilities, design customized treatment plans, and provide interventions to promote independence and enhance quality of life.

Occupational Therapy Assistant/Physical Therapy Assistant

Works under the supervision of occupational therapists or physical therapists to implement treatment plans and provide therapy services to patients. Occupational therapy assistants and physical therapy assistants assist with therapeutic exercises, activities of daily living, and patient education.
Pathways: PAR, Surgical Services Scheduler

Physical Therapist

Evaluates and treats patients with musculoskeletal, neurological, or cardiopulmonary conditions to restore movement and function. Physical therapists develop personalized treatment plans, prescribe therapeutic exercises, and use modalities such as massage and electrical stimulation to facilitate recovery.

Speech-Language Pathologist

Assesses and treats patients with communication and swallowing disorders. Speech-language pathologists diagnose speech, language, and swallowing impairments, develop therapy plans, and provide interventions to improve communication and swallowing function.

 

Specialty Patient Care

Athletic Trainer

Responsible for a variety of different roles, including but not limited to physician extender; cast room; postop; float; rehabilitation; and outreach coverage, within our department. They are expected to be a team player in the delivery of orthopedic care in accordance with the standards and practice of athletic training and state and federal regulations.

Audiologist

Evaluates and treats patients with hearing and balance disorders. Audiologists conduct hearing tests, assess auditory function, and prescribe and fit hearing aids or other assistive devices to improve patients’ communication and quality of life.

Exercise Physiologist

Studies how the body responds to exercise and physical activity. Exercise physiologists design and implement exercise programs for individuals with various health conditions, monitor their progress, and conduct fitness assessments.

Fitness Specialist

The Fitness Specialist is responsible for leading the PEAK Performance sessions based on a set curriculum while using their exercise physiology knowledge to enhance the sessions and ensure the athletes are performing exercises in a safe and appropriate manner. This position will work as a part of the sports medicine team with clients to meet their fitness goals.

Fitness Specialist Assistant

Responsible for supporting the Fitness Specialists. They will use their exercise physiology knowledge and experience to assist in facilitating sessions to ensure the athletes are performing exercises in a safe and appropriate manner.

Polysomnography Technician

Conducts overnight sleep studies to monitor and record patients’ physiological responses during sleep. Polysomnography technicians analyze sleep patterns, respiratory activity, and brain waves to assist in diagnosing sleep disorders.

Respiratory Therapist

Provides care and treatment to patients with breathing disorders or cardiopulmonary conditions. Respiratory therapists assess lung function, administer oxygen therapy and breathing treatments, and assist patients with mechanical ventilation.

Sleep Lab Technician

Conducts sleep studies to diagnose and treat sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea and insomnia. Sleep lab technicians monitor patients during sleep studies, collect data on sleep patterns and breathing, and collaborate with sleep specialists to develop treatment plans.

Social Worker

Provides social services to patients facing substantial and often challenging medical issues. The Social Worker will also be responsible for the adequate discharge planning for all patients referred to them by the nursing service and/or Physicians in the hospital.

 

Surgical Center

Endoscopy Technician

Assists physicians during endoscopic procedures to diagnose and treat gastrointestinal disorders. Endoscopy technicians prepare and maintain equipment, assist with patient positioning and monitoring, and provide support to the medical team throughout the procedure.

Sterile Processing Technician

Sterilizes and prepares surgical instruments, equipment, and supplies for use in operating rooms and other patient care areas. Sterile processing technicians follow strict sterilization protocols, inspect instruments for defects, and maintain inventory control of sterile supplies.
Pathways: Surgical Technologist

Surgical First Assist

Works alongside surgeons in the operating room to assist with surgical procedures. Surgical first assists help with patient positioning, tissue retraction, hemostasis, and wound closure under the supervision of the surgeon.

Surgical Technologist

Prepares operating rooms and assists surgical teams before, during, and after surgical procedures. Surgical technologists sterilize and arrange surgical instruments, anticipate surgeons’ needs during procedures, and ensure adherence to aseptic techniques and safety protocols.

 

Non-Patient Care Careers

Explore the behind-the-scenes world of healthcare with non-patient care careers, where your expertise ensures the smooth operation of the health system. From administrators and IT specialists to researchers and quality assurance professionals, these roles play a vital role in supporting patient care by managing resources, advancing technology, and optimizing processes.

Looking to get your foot in the door in non-patient care? Start here.

Administrative Assistant

Provides administrative support to various departments within Alomere Health, including managing schedules, organizing meetings, and assisting with clerical tasks to facilitate smooth operations and communication.
Pathways: Healthcare Administration, Finance, and Business Operations positions

Courier

Transports medical specimens, supplies, and documents between healthcare facilities, laboratories, and other locations. Couriers ensure timely and safe delivery of materials, adhere to transportation regulations, and maintain accurate records of deliveries.

Dietary Aide/Clerk/Cook

Assists with food service operations within healthcare facilities, including meal preparation, serving, and cleanup. Dietary aides, clerks, and cooks may also help with inventory management, menu planning, and dietary support for patients with special nutritional needs.
Pathways: Clinical Dietitian

Environmental Services Representative

Ensures cleanliness and sanitation in healthcare facilities by performing housekeeping and janitorial duties. Environmental services representatives clean patient rooms, common areas, and restrooms, and follow infection control protocols to maintain a safe environment.

Gift Shop Associate

Assists in managing the hospital’s gift shop, providing customer service to visitors, restocking inventory, and processing sales transactions.
Pathways: Patient Access Rep, Patient Accounts

Medical Scribe

Works alongside healthcare providers to document patient encounters in real-time, accurately capturing medical histories, exam findings, and treatment plans to enhance clinical efficiency and documentation accuracy.
Pathways: Physician and Advanced Practice Provider

Patient Access Representative

Acts as the initial point of contact for patients, assisting with registration, and insurance verification, and ensuring a positive experience throughout the admission process.
Pathways: Surgical Services Scheduler, Administrative Assistant, and Patient Access Supervisor

Patient Accounts

Manages billing and financial aspects of patient care, including insurance claims processing, payment collection, and resolving billing inquiries to ensure accurate and timely reimbursement.

Security Guard

Provides a safe and secure environment for patients, visitors, and staff by patrolling the premises, monitoring surveillance equipment, and responding to incidents as needed.

Sterile Processing Technician

Sterilizes and prepares surgical instruments, equipment, and supplies for use in operating rooms and other patient care areas. Sterile processing technicians follow strict sterilization protocols, inspect instruments for defects, and maintain inventory control of sterile supplies.
Pathways: Surgical Technologist

Switchboard Operator

Manages incoming calls, directing them to the appropriate departments or individuals, and serves as a central communication hub for the hospital, ensuring effective and timely information exchange.
Pathways: PAR or Admin Assistant

 

 

Administration & Customer Service

Administrative Assistant

Provides administrative support to various departments within Alomere Health, including managing schedules, organizing meetings, and assisting with clerical tasks to facilitate smooth operations and communication.
Pathways: Healthcare Administration, Finance, and Business Operations positions

Gift Shop Associate

Assists in managing the hospital’s gift shop, providing customer service to visitors, restocking inventory, and processing sales transactions.
Pathways: Patient Access Rep, Patient Accounts

Medical Scribe

Works alongside healthcare providers to document patient encounters in real-time, accurately capturing medical histories, exam findings, and treatment plans to enhance clinical efficiency and documentation accuracy.
Pathways: Physician and Advanced Practice Provider

Patient Access Representative

Acts as the initial point of contact for patients, assisting with registration, and insurance verification, and ensuring a positive experience throughout the admission process.
Pathways: Surgical Services Scheduler, Administrative Assistant, and Patient Access Supervisor

Patient Accounts

Manages billing and financial aspects of patient care, including insurance claims processing, payment collection, and resolving billing inquiries to ensure accurate and timely reimbursement.

Scheduler

Coordinates and arranges appointments and procedures for patients, optimizing the utilization of resources and ensuring smooth workflow for healthcare providers.

Security Guard

Provides a safe and secure environment for patients, visitors, and staff by patrolling the premises, monitoring surveillance equipment, and responding to incidents as needed.

Staffing

Responsible for scheduling personnel within the hospital, ensuring adequate staffing levels to meet patient care needs.

Switchboard Operator

Manages incoming calls, directing them to the appropriate departments or individuals, and serves as a central communication hub for the hospital, ensuring effective and timely information exchange.
Pathways: PAR or Admin Assistant

 

Business Office & Human Resources

Coordinator Clinical Education

Facilitates the planning, implementation, and evaluation of clinical education programs for healthcare professionals. Clinical education coordinators coordinate schedules, develop curriculum materials, and ensure compliance with accreditation standards.

Coordinator Education

Supports the planning and coordination of educational programs and initiatives within an organization.

Coordinator Human Resources

Assists with various administrative tasks within the human resources department, including recruitment, onboarding, employee relations, and benefits administration. HR coordinators provide support to HR professionals and ensure compliance with policies and procedures.
Pathways: HR Business Partner and Talent Acquisition Specialist

Executive Assistant

Provides high-level administrative support to executives or senior management. Executive assistants manage calendars, coordinate meetings and travel arrangements, prepare reports and presentations, and handle confidential information with discretion.

Financial Analyst

Analyzes financial data, prepares forecasts, and provides insights to support decision-making and strategic planning. Financial analysts assess the performance of investments, evaluate business opportunities, and contribute to budgeting and financial reporting processes.
Pathways: Accountant

Human Resources Business Partner

Collaborates with management to align human resources strategies with business objectives. HR Business Partners provide guidance on employee relations, talent management, performance management, and organizational development initiatives.

Marketing Communication Specialist

Develops and executes marketing communication strategies to promote products or services. Marketing communication specialists create content for various channels, such as social media, websites, and print materials, to engage target audiences and enhance brand awareness.

Payroll Specialist

Manages payroll processes and ensures accurate and timely payment of employees. Payroll specialists calculate wages, process payroll deductions, and maintain payroll records in compliance with regulatory requirements.

Project Management Specialist

This position assists in the guidance and coordination of approved projects, to collaborate across stakeholders while meeting/adhering to project timelines. This involves project planning, scheduling, reporting, organizing and participating in meetings, and ensuring project deadlines are met.
Pathways: Director Transformation and Performance Management

Talent Acquisition Specialist

Recruits and hires qualified candidates to meet organizational staffing needs. Talent acquisition specialists source candidates, screen resumes, conduct interviews, and collaborate with hiring managers to identify top talent for open positions.
Pathways: HR Business Partner and other Business Operations positions.

 

Technology

Clinical Informaticist

Integrates healthcare information technology systems to improve clinical workflows and patient care processes. Clinical informaticists collaborate with healthcare professionals to design, implement, and optimize electronic medical record (EMR) systems and other health information technologies.

Coding Analyst (Outpatient or In-patient)

Responsible for coding and abstracting demographic and clinical data to meet the needs and demands of claims completion, disease and procedure indexing, and case-mix indexing using an in-house computerized EMR and abstracting system.
Pathways: Coding Compliance Analyst and Coding Coordinator

Data Analyst Report Writer

Analyzes and interprets data to generate reports and insights that support decision-making and strategic planning. Data analyst report writers design and develop customized reports, dashboards, and visualizations to communicate key findings and trends to stakeholders.

EMR Optimizer

Responsible for EMR projects, including managing and directing EMR go-live implementations; establishing and delivering successful mythologies and expertise at the program level to ensure they are defined, tracked, and communicated consistently and effectively throughout the organization.

Help Desk Support Specialist

Provides technical support and assistance to end users experiencing IT-related issues or problems. Help desk support specialists diagnose and resolve hardware, software, and network issues, escalate complex problems as needed, and document support activities for future reference.
Pathways: IT Specialist and Network and Systems Administrator

Network and Systems Administrator

Manages and maintains an organization’s computer networks and information systems infrastructure. Network and systems administrators install, configure, and troubleshoot hardware and software, monitor network performance, and ensure data security and integrity.

 

Health Information Management & Quality

Credentialing Specialist

Manages the credentialing and privileging process for healthcare providers within a healthcare organization. Credentialing specialists verify the qualifications and licensure of providers, ensure compliance with accreditation standards and regulatory requirements, and maintain credentialing databases.

Health Information Associate

Supports the management and integrity of health information systems and medical records within healthcare facilities. Health information associates ensure the accuracy, confidentiality, and accessibility of patient information, perform data entry and coding tasks, and assist with record retrieval and release processes.

Quality Specialist (Covering Tumor Registrar, Clinical Documentation/Quality Specialist)

Monitors and evaluates healthcare quality and performance improvement initiatives within a healthcare organization. Quality specialists may focus on specific areas such as tumor registry management, clinical documentation improvement, or overall quality assurance processes to ensure compliance with standards and optimize patient care outcomes.

Quality Nurse and Infection Prevention Quality Nurse

Leads quality improvement and infection prevention efforts within healthcare facilities to enhance patient safety and outcomes. Quality nurses and infection prevention quality nurses develop and implement quality improvement initiatives, conduct audits and assessments, provide education and training to staff, and collaborate with interdisciplinary teams to prevent healthcare-associated infections and promote best practices in patient care.

 

Facilities Management & Nutrition

Carpenter

Constructs, installs, and repairs structures and fixtures within healthcare facilities, ensuring compliance with building codes and safety regulations. Carpenters may work on projects such as installing cabinets, doors, and trim, or repairing structural components.

Clinical Dietitian

Assesses patients’ nutritional needs and develops personalized diet plans to support their health and wellness goals. Clinical dietitians provide nutrition counseling, monitor patients’ dietary intake, and collaborate with healthcare teams to optimize patient outcomes.

Dietary Aide/Clerk/Cook

Assists with food service operations within healthcare facilities, including meal preparation, serving, and cleanup. Dietary aides, clerks, and cooks may also help with inventory management, menu planning, and dietary support for patients with special nutritional needs.
Pathways: Clinical Dietitian

Electrician

Installs, maintains, and repairs electrical systems and equipment in healthcare facilities to ensure safe and reliable operation. Electricians troubleshoot electrical issues, install wiring and lighting fixtures, and perform preventative maintenance tasks.

Engineer (Boiler Room Operator)

Responsible for performing maintenance, repair and plant operation duties as assigned. They will repair or correct malfunctioning hospital equipment as needed

Environmental Services Representative

Ensures cleanliness and sanitation in healthcare facilities by performing housekeeping and janitorial duties. Environmental services representatives clean patient rooms, common areas, and restrooms, and follow infection control protocols to maintain a safe environment.

Facilities and Safety Specialist

Oversees facility operations and safety programs to ensure compliance with regulations and standards. Facilities and safety specialists conduct inspections, develop emergency response plans, and implement measures to promote a safe and healthy environment for patients, staff, and visitors.

Maintenance Technician

Performs routine maintenance and repairs on building systems and equipment within healthcare facilities. Maintenance technicians troubleshoot mechanical, electrical, and plumbing issues, perform preventive maintenance tasks, and respond to maintenance requests.

Materials Management Buyer (Assistant)

Procures and manages supplies, equipment, and inventory for healthcare facilities. Materials management buyers research vendors, negotiate contracts, track inventory levels, and coordinate purchasing activities to support the organization’s needs.

Materials Management Technician

Supports materials management activities, such as receiving, storing, and distributing supplies and equipment. Materials management technicians may assist with inventory control, order fulfillment, and supply chain management processes.
Pathways: Materials Management Buyer

Special Engineer

Oversees the operation and maintenance of specialized equipment or systems within healthcare facilities. Special engineers may be responsible for managing HVAC systems, medical gas systems, or other critical infrastructure. Work towards the certification of Engineer (Boiler Room Operator).
Pathways: Engineer

 

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