“The state health department requires our personnel to obtain certifications as firefighters and emergency medical technicians. But once you get those, you can do nearly anything. We can administer cardiovascular drugs, engage in airway management and even provide life support. Every team is a rolling intensive care unit.” Skagit Regional Health has combined with Arlington’s Cascade Valley Hospital and with Kimberlee Klassen and Lindsey Richardson was seeking more registered nurses, medical assistants and pharmacy technicians. “Every department needs more RNs,” Richardson said. “State certifications for medical assistants and pharmacy techs can take nine months, but for RNs, you’re looking at two to three years.” Klassen acknowledged that nursing jobs often involve graveyard and weekend shifts, but they can transfer between departments to develop different skill sets and experiences so they don’t get burned out. “We also have residency programs, which are a great opportunity for those who have just graduated,” Klassen said. interview attireOne thing that hasn’t changed in the course of job-hunting is the need for interviews, and Terry Ostergaard of Rite Aid in Everett was one of the employers who took part in this year’s interview tables, a first for the annual event. Judy Kielian met with him, seeking a full-time permanent position in management. While the application process still involves filling out forms online and scheduling a more-formal interview, both she and Ostergaard were positive about their initial meeting. “At a job fair like this (sponsored in part by Sound Publishing), I’m looking for an upbeat, friendly person who’s willing to work,” said Ostergaard, who lives in Marysville.
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JAMEIS WINSTON Quarterback, Tampa Bay Buccaneers He may not be a star for you, but Yahoo ranks him as its No. 17 quarterback. Hes coming off a rookie season with more than 4,000 yards and 28 touchdowns combined through the air and on the ground. If he builds on that, he could be pretty solid as a late backup option. CLIVE WALFORD Tight end, Oakland Raiders There are plenty of high hopes out there for last years third-round pick. Hes proven to be a little injury-prone, but if he and Derek Carr connect on the same page, he could be a red-zone threat whose numbers soar. BYE-WEEK FLYER AMEER ABDULLAH Running back, Detroit Lions His rookie year wasnt all that impressive, but his touches should go up this year and he could give some return value if he keeps returning kicks. If nothing else, hes a low level starter to take a shot with. BROCK OSWEILER Quarterback, Houston Texans He couldnt hold off the aging, noodle-armed Peyton Manning to keep the Broncos job last year, and he may not have a big year in Houston.
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