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Employment Opportunities

All Positions Open Until Filled 

A completed application must be submitted for consideration for any position
If you require accommodation to complete the application, testing, or interview process, please call 271-3211.

Vice President, Logan Health-Conrad

The Vice President of Logan Health – Conrad (Critical Access Hospital) will establish and achieve short and long term objectives and the overall viability of the organization.  Works in collaboration with assigned leadership to achieve and exceed hospital objectives, which provide a continual impact to the overall system goals.  Provides leadership, engagement, and organizational direction and management.  This role ensures strategies within areas of accountability are in alignment with the Logan Health Strategic Plan and goals.

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Director of Quality and Infection Control
Full-time position

Responsible for establishing mission, vision, planning, direction, assessment and leadership for effective infection prevention and quality control programs system-wide for hospital, clinic, outpatient services, and other system entities in the areas of surveillance, reporting, prevention and control of infections including related regulatory compliance, accreditation standard compliance and quality/performance improvement. Facilitates compliance with requirements of Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Department of Public Health. Oversees facility Quality Improvement Plan.  Provides clinical education leadership for PMC. Develops and ensures quality standards and competencies for nursing practice.  Oversees employee health program.

Education/Experience:  Minimum of two years’ experience working with quality and/or infection control programs in a hospital setting. Staff development leadership and clinical expertise. Knowledge of best practices, teaching methods and disease processes.

Home Health Nurse (RN)
Part-time position (16-20 hours/week)

Demonstrates knowledge of the nursing process as a standard, incorporating elements of holistic person-centered care through the collection, verification and organization of data about a patient’s health status, planning for care, implementation of the plan and evaluation.  Provides direct patient care in the home or setting where the patient refers to as home.  Performs detailed and accurate assessments utilizing a standardized assessment (OASIS) of patients and completes documentation in a timely and accurate manner according to home health policy and regulatory requirements.

Facilitates patient hand-offs and provides assistance to move the patient through the care continuum.  Understands the principles of case management to ensure effective coordination of care and utilization of community resources.

Works collaboratively with other members of the healthcare team, co-workers, physicians, and the community emphasizing a teamwork environment.


  • Current Montana RN License

  • Minimum of one year of professional clinical registered nursing experience preferred.

Clinical Analyst
Full-time position

The position provides support for customers (users) of all Health Information Systems. The specialist will perform a wide variety of duties supporting the current application suite as well as implementing and supporting future information systems initiatives and projects.

Education/Experience: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business Management, or Healthcare-related field

Technical Skills: Demonstrated written and oral communications and educational skills. Able to present design concepts and system functions in an understandable, logical and concise manner

Other qualifications/certificate/license: Two to five years of experience in installation and support of health information systems is preferred

Patient Access Clerk
Part-time position

Under the direction of the Revenue Cycle Coordinator, the patient access clerk performs a variety of duties in accordance with established hospital procedures and will be responsible for efficient and orderly admission of patients for hospital-based outpatient testing or procedures. Answers inquiries and provides information to the general public, patients, visitors, and the other interested parties regarding activities, location of departments, offices and employees within the organization. Position requires interaction with patients, employees and department managers. 

Education/Experience: Requires high school diploma or equivalent which demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the above duties. Prefer one-year experience in office environment or experience providing excellent customer services in a fast-paced environment.

Life Enrichment Aide
Full-time position

The Life Enrichment Aide works cooperatively with the Life Enrichment Manager in organizing, maintaining and conducting a program of meaningful life enriching activities, both group and individual, appropriate to the individual preferences/needs and interest/ability of each resident. This position is a member of the Extended Care team that provides services and care to residents.

Education/Experience: High School Diploma or GED Equivalent (other job related experience/s and applicable licenses are helpful but not mandatory)

Clinical Lab Scientist
Full-time position

The CLS performs laboratory procedures using a variety of automated and non-automated technologies.  Evaluates the accuracy and validity of patient test results and reports the information correctly.  Performs, monitors, and evaluates quality control for all tests; maintains laboratory equipment through preventative maintenance and troubleshooting according to the established protocols.  Complete documentation as required in each department.  Organizes, performs and results tests to meet expected turnaround times.  Participates in performance improvement projects, procedure writing and revisions, and training of new employees/student or other projects assigned.

Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Clinical Laboratory Science or related science.

RN Supervisor - Long Term Care  *****SIGN ON BONUS $11,000 with 3 year Commitment*****

Full-time position (Referral Bonus #3) 

The Registered Nurse Supervisor provides professional nursing care to residents in the Extended Care Unit during his/her assigned shift. This care shall be rendered in a safe and effective manner that is consistent with Pondera Medical Center’s policies and procedures.

Education/Experience:  BS with a concentration in nursing preferred; five (5) years of clinical experience preferred. State of Montana Nursing License in good standing and CPR Certification.

Technical Skills:

  1. Demonstrated clinical competence in relevant area of nursing practice with a concentration in geriatric nursing.

  2. Demonstrated leadership ability and managerial competency. Evidence of this includes, but is not limited to, effective communication skills, ability to deal well with people, ability to problem solve, ability to confront/resolve issues, ability to motivate others, ability to plan, organize and direct the activities of others.

RN - Long Term Care  *****SIGN ON BONUS $9,000 with 3 year Commitment*****

Full-time position (Referral Bonus #3)  ****New Grads are Welcome to Apply!****

Manages individualized, goal-directed nursing care through use of the nursing process and the principles of primary nursing in accordance with department and hospital policies and procedures. Supervises and participates in the activities of the Long Term Care Department to assure the deliverance of quality care, promotion of comfort, maintenance of functional abilities and respect for patient's dignity. Job requirements: Current state licensure. Attends continuing education programs in order to maintain licensure, and CPR certification.

LPN - Long Term Care   *****SIGN ON BONUS $6,000 with 3 year Commitment*****

Full-time position

 The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) is responsible for the delivery of quality, long-term care to geriatric and disabled individuals as specified in individualized care plans; promotion of comfort, maintenance of functional abilities and respect for resident’s dignity, along with supervision of care provided by CNAs and support staff.

Education/Experience: Current State of Montana LPN license.  Two to three years’ nursing experience in long-term care setting preferred. 

CNA - Long Term Care  *****SIGN ON BONUS $3,000 with 2 year Commitment*****

Full & Part-time Positions (Referral Bonus #3)

Our Extended Care facility has openings for CNA’s as a vital contributor to the care of our residents. Our CNA’s perform routine personal resident care activities to promote comfort, maintain functional ability and contribute to the overall resident care program; all completed under the direction of the resident’s care plan. We have full-time and part-time positions available. ​Job Requirements: Must have current Montana License and BLS certifications.

RN - Acute

Full-time position

The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for managing the individualized patient care by promoting and restoring patients' health through the nursing process; collaborating with physicians and multidisciplinary team members; providing physical and psychological support to patients, friends, and families; and supervising assigned team members.

Education/Experience: Current Montana license. BLS, ACLS required within 6 months of hire; TNCC and PALS within 12 months.

RN Acute   

PRN (as-needed)

The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for managing the individualized patient care by promoting and restoring patients' health through the nursing process; collaborating with physicians and multidisciplinary team members; providing physical and psychological support to patients, friends, and families; and supervising assigned team members. Education/Experience: Current Montana license. BLS, ACLS required within 6 months of hire; TNCC and PALS within 12 months. 

Physical Therapist

Full-time position

Pondera Medical Center is looking for a Physical Therapist to provide excellent patient-centered care with a busy, collaborative Rehab team.  Our physical therapists work with patients in outpatient, inpatient, long term care, and home health settings. We are looking to grow our practice with a PRN therapist, with opportunity to expand in the future.  We deliver exceptional care with a hometown touch.



• Be eligible to work in the U.S.

• Bachelor's, Master's or Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy from an accredited school approved by the APTA

• Must have credentials evaluated by one of either FCCPT, ICD, ICA, IERF or IEC

• Current state license in good standing with the State License Board.

• Must pass required NPTE competency exam.

• Current hands-on CPR certification issued by the American Heart Association.

LPN - PMC Clinic

The LPN functions under the supervision and guidance of the Medical Provider or other authorized authority. The LPN provides care and treatment to patients and clinical support to the Medical Provider and other clinic staff. The LPN must have excellent customer service skills with patients, families, the Medical Provider, and PMC staff.
Education/Experience: Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing. Current State of Montana LPN. Attend continuing education programs in order to maintain licensure.

Ward Clerk

Part-time position

The ward clerk/CNA through communication, requisitioning and management of supplies and equipment, assists the activities of the nursing staff, the patient, the physician, other hospital departments, and visitors. He/she performs general receptionist and clerical duties in order to facilitate the efficient functioning of the nursing unit. Participates in assigned patient care duties.

Education/Experience:  High school graduate or equivalent preferred. Current State of Montana C.N.A license or obtain within (6) months of hire date and Basic Life Support


Part-time casual

Responsible for responding to requests for ALS interventions and/or patient transfers for providing emergency medical care in the pre-hospital environment.  Performs other duties related to the provision of care and development of the community EMS system. 

Education/Experience:  Completion of paramedic level training required.  Minimum three years’ full‑time experience as a provider of pre-hospital care in an emergency setting.  Paramedic experience in a two-tiered, non-transport ALS system is preferred; full‑time experience must be within one year of date of application.

Other qualifications/certificate/license:  Current State of Montana EMT‑P registration; current certifications in CPR - American Heart Association Course C or American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer; Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), American Heart Association and current motor vehicle operator’s State license required.

Radiological Technologist 

Full-time position

Under the direction of the department manager, performs interpretive patient care, and technical functions to insure proper radiologic diagnosis of patients. Must be competent in performing all radiologic exams, and competent or willing to learn all Computerized Tomography (CT) exams. Must have a working knowledge of computers and be proficient with or willing to learn a PACS (Picture Archival and Communication System), and EMR (Electronic Medical Record). Required to rotate call with other imaging staff members. Technical Skills: Anatomy, Basic computer skills. Other qualifications/certificate/license: Must possess current ARRT Certification and Montana State license, Maintains current CME's.

Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant


PMC Rehab Services is looking for a COTA to join our growing therapy practice. You’ll collaborate with friendly, experienced staff and provide care to PMC patients of all ages, in a multitude of settings. Under the supervision of the Occupational Therapist in the rehabilitation services department, administers medically prescribed occupational therapy treatment to patients of Pondera Medical Center in Acute, Long Term Care, Home Health, and Outpatient settings as assigned.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: Education/Experience: Associate of Applied Science required; two years of occupational therapy assistant experience preferred. State of Montana licensure required.

Pondera Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE-AA-M/F-VET-DISABILITY). We encourage all qualified individuals to apply for employment. We do not discriminate against any applicant or employee based on protected veteran status, race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, disability or any other basis protected by applicable law. If you require accommodation to complete the application, testing or interview process, please call 271-3211.

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