Below is a list of available positions at Tyrone Hospital. Please fill out a job application and submit the completed application along with a cover letter and resume. The job application is located at the bottom of this page.
Please submit in the following manner:
1. PREFERRED: Download the job application to your computer. Add your initials to the end of the file name (i.e. TyroneEmploymentApplication_abc.pdf). Fill in the gray shaded areas, save, and email along with your letter and resume to HR@tyronehospital.org
2. ALTERNATIVE: Print and fill out the job application. Mail along with your cover letter and resume to:
Human Resources Department
187 Hospital Drive
Tyrone, PA 16686
Title: CRNP or Physician Assistant's
Location:Glendale Medical Center*
Status:Full-time, Daylight, No weekends or major holidays
Qualifications:Licensed CRNP or Physician's Assistant. Provide medical service as directed by the supervising physician, when the service is within the physician assistant's or CRNP's skill, training and experience, forms a component of the physician's scope of practice, as included in the written agreement, and is provided with an appropriate amount of supervision in keeping with the accepted standards of medical practice. The PA or CRNP shall augment the physician's data gathering abilities and assist the supervising physician in reaching decisions and instituting care plans for the physician's patients. The PA or CRNP shall know his/her limitations and refer to the supervising physician when appropriate and/or as directed by the supervising physician. Must be familiar with electronic medical records systems, and have a positive attitude and be a team player.
*Glendale Medical Center is affiliated with Tyrone Hospital. Successful candidate for this position will be employed by Glendale Medical Center. To apply for this position, send resume and cover letter to:
Glendale Medical Center
850 Main Street
Coalport, PA 16627
Attn: Dustin Kunstbeck
Title: Physician's Assistant
Department: Rural Health Clinic Tyrone/Houtzdale Offices
Status: Full time, Exempt, Daylight
Responsibilities: Provide medical service as directed by the supervising physician, when the service is within the physician assistant's skill, training and experience, forms a component of the physician's scope of practice, as included in the written agreement, and is provided with an appropriate amount of supervision in keeping with the accepted standards of medical practice. The PA shall augment the physician's data gathering abilities and assist the supervising physician in reaching decisions and instituting care plans for the physician's patients. The PA shall know his/her limitations and refer to the supervising physician when appropriate and/or as directed by the supervising physician. The PA will work both in the medical offices and local nursing homes.
Qualifications: Licensed, Certfied Physician's Assistant
Title: Central Supply
Department: OR/Central Supply
Status: Full time First and Second Shift
Responsibilities: Assists in distribution of sterile supplies to OR Department; inventories and stocks supply carts; fills requisitions as required; washes, decontaminates, checks, assembles, wraps, sterilizes, stores, and issues trays, instruments, supplies, and equipment. In addition, assumes responsibility for appropriate care, processing, and sterilization of speciality instruments for varied surgical services; assists O.R. staff by sterilizing specialty equipment and/or obtaining additional or extra supplies required for procedures; assists with room preparation and/or clean-up activities to assure timely turnover of surgical suites and increase utilization of resources. Must know sterile techniques, be familiar with AORN standards, have ability to function independently, able to follow directions from surgical team. May also be necessary to help in OR as needed.
Department: Environmental Services
Status: Casual 1st & 2nd Shift and Weekends
Responsibilities: Responsible for cleaning and servicing the facility and outbuildings in designated work areas to include cleaning/washing furnishings, fixtures, patient rooms, waiting rooms, operating rooms, offices, restrooms, floors, carpets, windows, walls and ceilings; removing dirt, dust, grease, and film from surfaces and discarding waste/trash into proper containers.
Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent; Background in cleaning and housekeeping, or knowledge of general housekeeping principles.
Title: Food Service - Dietary Aides
Department: Nutritional Services
Status: Casual, 1st, 2nd, Varies and Weekend Rotations, Non-Exempt
Responsibilities: Responsible for the preparation of breakfast, lunch and dinner meal for all menus, as well as helping to prepare food/desserts for special functions and the baking of special desserts as needed. Will occasionally be required to work in the Snack Bar. Works in cooperation with the Food Service Director and other personnel.
Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent; Should have background in cooking and knowledge of cooking principles.