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Posted: July 15 2016
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DescriptionICU Medical connects patients and caregivers through safe, life-saving, life-enhancing medical devices. We provide clinicians around the world with innovative and cost-effective patient care solutions for unmet clinical needs.
Our products help clinicians improve patient outcomes by minimizing bacterial ingress that can cause bloodstream infections and preventing exposure to infectious diseases or hazardous drugs. Our diverse product line includes needlefree vascular access devices, custom infusion sets, closed system hazardous drug handling devices and systems, advanced sensor catheters, needlefree closed blood sampling systems, and innovative hemodynamic monitoring systems. These clinically-proven innovations are the result of a unique company culture, supported by visionary leaders and resourceful minds, united by the common desire to redefine the limits of patient and healthcare worker safety.
Our company was founded on one simple, yet powerful philosophy - to develop products that make a difference in patient care by helping forge the human and emotional connections that are a vital link between patients and caregivers, enhance the clinical experience, and are the essence of outstanding quality-of-care.
Doc -lopezIn 1984, Dr. George "Doc" Lopez, a practicing internist, tragically lost a patient when an IV line accidentally disconnected. Doc was determined to prevent a tragedy like this from happening again and soon conceived a locking IV device later known as the ClickLock™. The ClickLock opened the door to a new generation of cost-effective clinical innovations focused on enhancing safety at the point of care, including the industry-leading Clave® family of needlefree vascular access devices and the Neutron™ Catheter Patency Device.
Bringing new and innovative medical technologies to a wider range of clinical applications and settings is at the core of who we are and what we do. Today, we continue to explore new markets, shedding light on previously overlooked or accepted clinical threats and hazards. At ICU Medical, we see these clinical challenges as opportunities for innovation and creativity, fueled by our commitment to keeping patients and healthcare workers safe.
ResponsibilitiesThe creation of financial transactions includes posting information to accounting journals or accounting software from such source documents as invoices to customers, cash receipts, and supplier invoices. The bookkeeper also reconciles accounts to ensure their accuracy. A bookkeeper's central role is to maintain financial records for a company or organization. To do the job effectively, you must have detail-oriented skills that allow you to keep up with company expenditures, income, payroll and tax requirements. Familiarity with accounting software is beneficial because most companies use these programs to report transactions, issue payments and balance accounts. If you're highly organized and enjoy working with numbers, a job as a bookkeeper might be the perfect way to get your name on the payroll ledger.
RequirementsBook keeping is generally a subfield of accounting, which is the study of monitoring financial budgets and taxes for individuals and organizations. Continue reading for an overview of the training, as well as career and salary info for some career options for graduates. Bookkeeping programs are usually available at the certificate or diploma level, though associate's programs in accounting may cover similar topics. An accounting associate's program includes classes in the practical and theoretical aspects of accounting, such as financial accounting, cost accounting, managerial accounting, introduction to business and federal taxation. Some associate's degree programs may offer students the option of completing an occupational accounting program or a transfer accounting program.
Most organizations use bookkeepers to monitor financial transactions. Bookkeepers use ledgers and spreadsheets to verify what bills have been paid and which customers still owe money. Most professionals collect the financial data to create reports for an organization. Bookkeepers may also be in charge of administering payroll, purchasing new inventory, or sending out company invoices. Technically, many employers only require bookkeeper applicants to hold the minimum of a high school diploma, because a lot of duties are taught on-site. Some employers may prefer to hire individuals who already hold associate degrees and who have received training with different bookkeeping software programs, but this varies significantly. For the most part, certification remains voluntary for this profession, although credentialed workers may have more job opportunities. The American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB) awards the Certified Bookkeeper (CB) designation to candidates who meet their requirements, which include at least two years of bookkeeping experience. The CB credential is awarded after an applicant successfully completes a 4-part examination. The certification is valid for a period of three years. Re-certification involves the completion of continuing education hours.