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Want to apply for a job at either St. Mary’s or Clearwater Valley Hospital and Clinics?
Visit our website at www.smh-cvhc.org. Once you get to the site click the Careers tab and then choose the Career Opportunities option. All current job postings will be listed for both hospitals on this site. Choose the current position you are interested in applying for and you will find the link for that specific application below the job description. SMH/CVHC are moving to this process to make our application process efficient and easier to use.
Paper applications are no longer being accepted. Resumes and additional information will be requested, if needed at the time of an interview. If you have questions concerning this process please contact the Human Resources department at either hospital.
Sisk is Employee of the Month
Diana Sisk, RN was awarded the honor of being named the December Employee of the Month for St. Mary’s Hospital. Diana began her career with SMH in 1993 as a floor nurse; a few months later she started working in OB. Currently she is a Charge Nurse, assists the Discharge Planner and manages the housekeeping department. Diana also works in surgery; including assisting the patients getting ready for their surgeries and the ER.
Sisk started her health care career as a CNA and shortly thereafter knew she wanted to become a nurse. She attended the first outreach nursing program LCSC provided for Grangeville. It was an accelerated program; most classes that normally took 16 weeks were taught in 8 weeks. Her anatomy class was taught by an attorney.
“Friendly manner, wonderful attitude towards patients and staff, goes the extra mile to give better service and sets the tone for a caring and professional culture,” were only a few of the phrases used by one of Diana’s co-workers to describe her.
When asked what she likes best about being a nurse at SMH Diane responded, “The people and making them laugh when they are afraid or sad. It’s scary to be ill and having a nurse who is laughing and smiling makes it seem less scary. I love caring for people and helping them with their fears or concerns.”
In her spare time; Diana enjoys camping, riding her 4 wheeler and fishing. She is also an avid reader. Even though she has retired from hunting, Diana will still be seen at hunting camp doing the cooking.
Diana and her husband Gary live in Grangeville; Diana’s mother lives close by.
Their three sons are scattered around the country; Brian and his family live in North Pole Alaska, Eric and his family live in Hartford Connecticut and Matthew and family live in Boise, Idaho.