Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available
- Partners with others to develop a department strategic plan that aligns with the division strategic plan and nursing’s vision
- Collaboratively formulates department objectives, goals and specific strategies related to initiatives
- Develops short and long-term goals that identify the target conditions
- Coordinates the implementation of interventions to meet department-level goals
- Communicates, implements, and evaluates the unit strategic plan
- Partners with others to enhance healthcare and, ultimately patient care through interdisciplinary activities, such as education, consultation, management, technological development, or research opportunities
- Applies systems theory with an understanding that how parts of a system relate to the overall system
- Maintains knowledge of current nursing practice and the roles and functions of care team members (e.g. charge nurse, code team, RRT)
- Evaluates staff’s competency and intervenes to optimize performance and ensure safe, quality, effective and efficient patient care
- Leads and practices patient/family advocacy and promotes patient-centered decisions and outcomes
- Maintains visibility and open communication with the staff and department leadership
- Communicates plans and decisions to department staff and other stakeholders
- Asserts view in a non-judgmental manner
- Reflects on own method of decision-making and the role of beliefs, values and inferences to develop leadership and performance capacity
- Practices within shared-governance structures to distribute leadership and promote decision-making appropriate level within the governance structure
- Celebrates successes and accomplishments
- Achieves financial targets: Manages productive, non-productive and premium pay to optimize performance goals
- Collaborates with the Professional Practice Leader to prioritize and allocate resources for department/division level education & practice priorities
- Develops innovative solutions and applies strategies to obtain appropriate resources for nursing initiatives
- Promotes activities that inform others about cost, risks, and benefits or care, or of the plan and solution
- Uses evidence-based leadership to promote desired behaviors
- Develops a high-functioning workforce in collaboration with the department leadership
- Recognizes and rewards exemplary professional practice
- Mentors and coaches staff in an ongoing and progressive manner
- Monitors and evaluates the application of practice standards
- Collaborates with department leadership to facilitate behaviors that impact safety, quality, patient satisfaction, and employee satisfaction
- Collaborates with the PPL to identify individual practice issues, develops improvement strategies, and evaluates performance for all nursing staff on assigned units
- Leads department efforts to recruit & retain highly qualified staff
- Develops department succession planning initiatives
- Develops the department/division quality plan in collaboration with the unit’s formal and informal leaders
- Utilizes data to identify areas for improvement based on assessment and current states
- Monitors and uses data to determine patient care quality improvement objectives
- Evaluates the practice environment and designs and implements quality improvement strategies to ensure nursing sensitive outcomes meets or exceeds established goals
- Engages staff in department initiatives
- Evaluates the impact/benefits of organizational, nursing, and department initiatives
- Identifies areas of risk and makes suggestions for reducing risk and improving outcomes
- Trends and investigates concerns and errors to understand the root cause of occurrences of errors or adverse events and success
- Communicates learning to disseminate best practices
- Supports workflow processes that builds a culture of safety
- Uses current research findings and other evidence to expand clinical knowledge, enhance role performance, and increase knowledge of professional issues
- Evaluates practice in relation to the professional practice standards and existing evidence
- Promotes clinical nurses’ translation of theory, scope & standards into practice to exercise autonomy and decision-making authority
- Advances practice excellence by communicating a clear and consistent message about the ownership of role and standards -based professional practice
- Engages in informal and formal processes of giving and seeking feedback regarding role performance from individuals, professional colleagues, representatives, administrators, and others
- Mentors and supports others to access resources for their professional development
Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available
Why be an Assistant Nurse Manager (ANM) at OHSU? Oh, the reasons are many! Here are some highlights:
ANM's have flexible work schedules after orientation and training are concluded! Options include the following:
- 4 (10 hour) days every week
- 9/80 – 8 (9 hour days) and 1 (8 hour day) with one day off every 2 weeks
- 4/9s – 4 day workweek with nine hours worked each day plus one day with 4 hours worked each week
- Open – another compressed work week that meets the needs of the unit leaders and staff
- Benefits are amazing and include the following:
- Comprehensive health care plans. Covered 100% for full-time employees and 88% for dependents
- $25K of term life insurance provided at no cost to the employee
- Two separate above market pension plans to choose from PLUS a 403B account
- Paid time off- 208 hours per year – and we want you to take that time to relax and refresh
- Extended illness bank- 64 hours per year
- 9 paid holidays per year
- Substantial public transportation discounts (Tri-met and C-Tran)
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Innovative Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The Assistant Nurse Manager (ANM) is a registered nurse (RN) who is responsible for upholding excellence in the provision of nursing care through the implementation of the Profession Practice Model. The ANM, in association with the Nurse Manager, is responsible for the managerial and leadership functions within a patient environment. The ANM functions primarily on evening and nightshift hours to provide operational oversight, consistency and continuity. The ANM partners with the interdisciplinary care team to ensure the delivery of safe, quality patient care and compliance with regulatory standards, and administrative and clinical policies and procedures. The ANM performs managerial activities, and demonstrates effective leadership behaviors including performing evaluations, employee mentoring, coaching, and performance management. The ANM implements quality and safety initiatives, engages in process improvement, ensures adherence to bargaining unit agreements and human resource management. The ANM creates and sustains a patient care environment that supports a safe, knowledgeable, compassionate, productive, and engaged staff.
The ANM’s decisions and actions are based on ethical principles as outlined by the American Nurses Association. The ANM practices in adherence with the American Nurses Association’s (ANA) Nursing Administration: Scope and Standards of Practicefor Nurse Administrators, the ANA Code of Ethics, the Oregon State Board Nurse Practice Act, and within the context of the Nurse Executive Competencies developed by the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE). The ANM exemplifies the principles of the OHSU Culture of Safety Position Statement by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, a Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture.
The OHSU Clinical registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities, and patient populations. The Clinical RN's care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics. The Clinical RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, and knowledge transferor [Onsomble Model of the Professional Role™]. Professional accountability enriches the Clinical RN's engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork. The Clinical RN exemplifies the principles of a Culture of Safety by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, a Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture.
- Strategy: Provide early and consistent input into large scale HR and/or organizational initiatives, identifying issues before they impact the organization and advising on appropriate course of action. With strong understanding of organizational contexts, work with key stake holders to offer innovative and integrated HR solutions to processes that translate strategy into tactics.
- Work with senior leaders to define and design strategic initiatives.
- Align HR strategies and practices with organizational strategies.
- Lead organizational redesign process in partnership with Organizational Development/Effectiveness team.
- Supports the organizational culture of DEIB, and promotes our vision to achieve a people first culture.
- Communicate policies and procedures to employees.
- Anticipate and prevent future problems, taking initiative within role.
- Anticipate leadership gaps and build action plans to address.
- Understand business level metrics, use data to forecast current and future needs.
- Talent Development: Collaborate with the Learning & Talent/Organizational Development team to curate resources and opportunities that develop common competencies and skills. Lead talent review process in customer areas, support development and succession planning.
- Leader on-boarding including New Leader Accelerations.
- Help leaders understand and action plan around Employee Engagement Survey.
- Be well versed in survey related data points, and provide coaching to leadership.
- Understand and practice change management skills. Assist leaders by acting as coach and leading teams through change.
- Other Key Partnerships/Processes:
- Lead and support client areas to achieve key Diversity & Inclusion metrics. Including involvement and coaching of local diversity councils and initiatives.
- Review HR-related policies, provide input in creation and policy updates. Act as a resource for managers and employees regarding policy interpretation.
- Partner with Talent Acquisition (TA) on department Workforce Planning. Participate in recruitment planning and process for roles at the Management level and above.
- Drive engagement initiatives and understand benefit and wellness plans.
- Lead compensation change initiatives with customers. Partner with Compensation team to resolve concerns brought forward by the organization. Lead work around reorganizations, reclassifications, job description reviews, resolves issues, and communicate changes to leaders.
- Employee Relations: Partner with Advice and Counsel Center (ACC) on performance and departure issues, especially at higher levels in the organization, and in areas with high level of turnover. Partner with ACC members with high-risk cases. Review issues and metrics and advice as to trends and needed remedies.
- Other duties as needed and assigned by the organization.
The Knight Cancer Institute (KCI) NCI P30 Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) supports six shared resources, which provide critical technologies, services, and expertise required for KCI Member research and for the advancement of the KCI Strategic. All six shared resources (Advanced Multiscale Microscopy, BioLibrary and Pathology, Biostatistics, Flow Cytometry, Integrated Genomics, and Proteomics) are widely used by KCI Members. Key strengths of the KCI Shared Resources are the incorporation of University cores into coordinated Shared Resources for cancer research support, robust University investment in technology acquisition and core operations, and a commitment to communication and coordination among Shared Resources and with KCI Members and Program Leaders. The Associate Director of Shared Resource Management (ADSRM) oversees the shared resources supported by the NCI P30 Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) for the Knight Cancer Institute. The ADSRM reports to the Deputy Director of Basic and Translational Research and the Knight Cancer Institute Director. The ADSRM provides leadership to the CCSG-supported Shared Resource Directors and provides advice and guidance to Cancer Center Faculty Members relative to shared resource activities within the Cancer Center. The ADSRM collaborates closely with the Director of University Shared Resources (USR) in support of cancer-focused research activities by ensuring high-quality, cost-effective, and reliable shared services; policies are established for access and use; and helps to ensure the smooth operations and functioning of labs and scientific neighborhoods across KCI dedicated space. Essential functions of the position include:
- As a leader in vision and strategy, works with the Deputy Director of Basic and Translational Research, the Cancer Center Director, and KCI Associate Directors to lead the development of strategic goals for the growth and development of shared resources and helps assist in the efficient functioning of KCI laboratory and scientific neighborhoods;
- As a leader in execution, the ADSRM is responsible for achieving the strategic goals of cancer-focused shared resources and KCI laboratory and scientific neighborhoods. ADSRM advocates with Knight Cancer Center Leadership to ensure faculty and the Shared Resource Directors have the appropriate resources needed to efficiently and effectively support cancer-related research; and,
- As a leader in collaboration, the ADSRM leads the development of internal and external partnerships and relationships that involve shared resources and participates in the Knight SciOps Committee in support of efficient operations across KCI laboratory and scientific neighborhoods. Provides leadership for the shared resource components of multi-dimensional relationships with external partners and, in collaboration with other Knight Associate Directors, Program Leaders, and administrative leadership, promotes close interactions internally between the basic, population, and clinical members at the Knight.
Successful candidates (Master’s Level, PhD, or equivalent degrees) must have experience in leadership roles that will help advance the Cancer Center in the areas of shared resources and/or laboratory management. A skilled and energetic leader is sought who has the ability to collaborate and communicate effectively with scientific faculty members as well as institutional administration.
Goals and expectations (as defined by the CCSG):
- Oversees and ensures established shared resources are meeting the scientific needs of KCI faculty members;
- Oversees and ensures the effective management of oversight of established shared resources;
- Establishes and maintains robust mechanisms to determine member needs and monitor the quality of services and training of KCI faculty members;
- Leads in vision and strategy to determine future shared resource needs and successfully plan for their development; and,
- Establishes and maintains robust mechanisms to ensure accessibility and quality of institutionally-managed shared resources and KCI-managed shared resources.
Duties & Responsibilities:
- Participates in Knight SciOps Committee, composed of laboratory and scientific neighborhood representatives, in addressing Knight-wide research challenges across labs/neighborhoods and ensuring policies and initiatives are implemented to support efficient and effective operations;
- Works with the Shared Resource Directors/Managers to ensure the delivery of novel technology and high-impact services in a cost-effective and efficient manner;
- Maintains current and thorough knowledge of the science supported by each of the shared resources;
- Develops policies, as appropriate and in coordination with the University Shared Resources (USR) leadership to support governance of shared resource pricing, usage, accessibility, prioritization, resourcing, and quality control;
- Collaborates with USR leadership and core directors, as appropriate, to manage accessibility, quality assurance, reporting, and planning for new and/or modified services;
- Serves on the University Cores Oversight Committee to represent the interests and needs of the Knight Cancer Institute;
- Leads and facilitates the Knight Shared Resource Advisory Committee in the annual review of Knight Shared Resources' performance and the development of recommendations for shared resource changes and new investments;
- Conducts annual Shared Resource user satisfaction survey of cancer members and performs routine needs assessment of cancer members’ current and upcoming technological/service needs and makes recommendations to Knight leadership regarding scientific additions or changes;
- Participates in/assists with the regular core advisory committee and business meetings with shared resource directors to review member usage, satisfaction, overall performance, resourcing, pricing models, prioritization process, quality control/audits of services, and development of new or modified services;
- Works to identify and implement workflows to ensure seamless integration and movement of services/samples requiring the collaboration of multiple shared resource facilities;
- Works with Shared Resource Directors to ensure ongoing education and training of biomedical researchers on the applicability and use of shared resource technologies and services;
- Works with USR leadership on professional development programs for Shared Resource leadership and staff; partners with the USR, as appropriate, on recruitment and onboarding of new Shared Resource directors;
- Identifies and assists with funding opportunities for new technology and instrumentation;
- Meets with new Knight members to introduce them to KCI Shared Resources and connect them to Shared Resource directors as needed; collaborates with USR on the development of new faculty onboarding materials related to Shared Resources;
- Coordinates regular meetings of Knight Shared Resource directors to plan outreach activities, review new core policy directives, discuss cancer member needs, and share best practices for core management and service delivery;
- Manages content for the Knight Shared Resources webpage;
- Serves as point-of-contact for Knight members and Shared Resource directors regarding concerns with shared resource operations or staffing;
- Represents the Knight Cancer Institute at the annual meeting of the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF);
- Serves as an expert on current NCI CCSG Guidelines as well as institutional policies as they pertain to individual Shared Resources and Shared Resource Management;
- Provides input for CCSG progress reports in non-competing years, including compilation and evaluation of annual member usage metrics for each Knight-supported shared resource. Every five years actively engages in the preparations for the P30 Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) competitive renewal written application, participates in the development of the CCSG shared resources budget and participates in oral and/or poster presentations, as needed; and,
- Promotes professional conduct and behavior of the highest integrity, exhibiting utmost respect for all members of the OHSU community; demonstrates consistency of action and purpose with unquestionable forthrightness.
This position plays a critical role within COE implementing evidence-informed strategies and supporting community-engaged research activities that are aligned with priorities of the Knight Cancer Institute and as outlined in Oregon’s Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan. This position will work under the direction of the Program Manager for the Oregon Cancer Action Initiative’s Specialist Program. This position will be part of the Cancer Outreach Specialist team which supports specialists working in up to 6 regions across the state and will work collaboratively with other staff (including the regionally-sitting Community Research Liaisons at OHSU).
The role of the Community Cancer Control Specialists is to support community-academic partnerships, disseminate culturally specific education and training, and promote evidence-informed cancer prevention strategies that address cancer-related health disparities in their regional catchment area. Specialists will collaborate with Community Health Workers, clinics and providers as well as community leaders to improve cancer awareness and implement prevention strategies. This includes, but is not limited to, providing educational materials and local resources for care as well as working collaboratively to implement evidence informed cancer prevention strategies.
The Community Cancer Control Specialists must possess a demonstrated ability to work with community partners, a willingness to apply a diversity, equity and inclusion lens to all interactions, and ability to move projects forward in a time-dependent manner.
Candidates must be living in (or willing to relocate to) one of the priority Oregon regions. These include:
- Southern Oregon (Klamath and Lake Counties)
- Eastern Oregon (Umatilla, Malheur, Baker, Union, or Wallowa County)
- Central Oregon (Deschutes, Jefferson, Crook County, and/or the Warm Springs Reservation)
- The South Coast (Curry, Coos, or Douglas County)
1.Every Knight Cancer employee is expected to embody our guiding principles:
- We act BOLDLY—Breakthroughs require pushing the boundaries of science, exploring new frontiers, and thinking differently
- We SUPPORT each other—Respect leads to trust, which leads to excellence
- We work as a CONNECTED team — We must leverage our collective brain power to conquer cancer because no one individual can do it alone
2.Community Engagement & Outreach
- Serve as the Cancer Outreach Specialist for their region (Eastern Oregon, Southern Oregon, Central Oregon, the South Coast)
- Develop and leverage relationships with community partners as a representative of the Knight Cancer Institute.
- Work closely with communities to address cancer-related health inequities, particularly among underrepresented populations, including but not limited to Rural, Indigenous, African-American, Black, Hispanic, Latine/x/o, Asian-American, and/or Pacific Islander communities.
- Coordinate and participate in events, including COE events and health fairs.
3.Health Education & Training
- Adapt and implement evidence-based interventions for cancer prevention depending on the priorities of the Knight and OHA.
- Develop culturally responsive educational materials and curricula for community members, community health workers, and other partners.
- Collaborate with community partners to provide education and training on cancer prevention and screening strategies.
- Facilitate connections between community partners and research coordinators for Knight-sitting clinical trials, as appropriate.
4.Program Coordination & Evaluation
- Coordinate projects with academic, research, community and government partners to implement cancer prevention and control strategies, including screening protocols.
- Collaborate with other Knight COE teams (e.g., Knight Mobile Outreach) and community-engaged research teams at OHSU (Community Research Liaisons and Practice Enhancement Research Coordinators) on community- and/or researcher-initiated cancer prevention projects.
Triage phone calls, dispensing appropriately, including facilitation of prescription refills, consults, walk-ins and emergencies. Customer Service. Provide high quality customer service to both external customers (patient, referring providers, and insurance carriers) and internal customers (OHSU health care providers and staff) that meets or exceeds the service standards of the health care industry. This duty includes prompt and professional communication efforts, face-to-face customer contact skills, excellent customer service skills. Schedule new and return patient appointments, including residents and faculty, ancillaries and surgeries; prepare patient appointment list. Greet patients and confirm that an appointment has been kept. Copy insurance cards and/or authorization notices and verify insurance coverage. Identify and collect deductible payments, co-payments, and deposits on services; provide receipts and complete necessary accounting procedures. Explain and satisfy any necessary patient signature requirements. Prepare charts for patient appointment, as desired by each physician.
Point of Service Operations. Greet patients and confirm that an appointment has been kept. Inspect insurance cards and/or authorization notices. Identify and collect deductible payments, co-payments, and deposits on services; provide receipts and complete necessary accounting procedures. Verify and update the common data set on-line. Explain and satisfy any necessary patient signature requirements. Prepare charts for patient appointment, as desired by each physician.
Arrange Care. Schedule new patient appointments on line. Obtain prior medical records and studies if appropriate. Create a medical record if needed. Arrange stretchers, wheelchairs, and interpreters when necessary, and accommodate other special needs whenever possible. Mail information packets. Provide personal reminders to patients about upcoming appointments. Obtain and prepare OHSU medical records before scheduled appointments. Assist Casey staff with supporting administrative clinic functions including filing and pulling patient charts, sending and faxing medical records when indicated, and assisting staff with mail distribution.
Integrated Care. Arrange and order associated clinical, diagnostic, or laboratory services; obtain authorizations when necessary. Direct patients to appropriate providers for other health care issues. Complete and route direct referrals to other clinical services. Contact primary care physicians or their designees to obtain authorizations for urgent care. Schedule return appointments on line, and manually if necessary; initiate authorization requests for subsequent care.
Perform cash handling and billing duties in a timely and thorough manner. Duties include: educating patients on related billing issues as appropriate; collecting co-payments and past due balances when indicated; providing patients with appropriate receipts per CEI procedures; performing end of day duties following CEI protocol and guidelines (batching out cash/checks/credit card, checking encounters for missing information, and giving appropriate documentation to designated area for posting); reconciling cash receipts per CEI policy and maintaining front office cash drawer as appropriate.
- Histopathology duties (including but not limited to: processing and embedding tissues, microtomy from FFPE tissues, preparing cryostat sections, directed histology and immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization), imaging using an array of platforms, using HALO digital pathology software and Prism, and learning multispectral imaging. (40%)
- Develop and establish new immunohistochemical and multiplexed in-situ hybridization and protein immunofluorescence assays and preforming spatial transcriptomics protocols. (40%)
- Assist scientific staff with non-human primate procedures and sample collection by preforming a variety of protocols including processing non-human primate samples, flow cytometry, sample preservation, storage, and other assays. (10%)
- Engage in appropriate training and professional development opportunities as desired by the individual, or required by the Principal Investigator, Department, or OHSU in order to develop research skills and professional competencies (5%)
- Other duties as assigned. (5%)
Histopathology duties (including but not limited to: processing and embedding tissues, microtomy from FFPE tissues, preparing cryostat sections, directed histology and immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization), imaging using an array of platforms, using HALO digital pathology software and Prism, and learning multispectral imaging. (40%)
Develop and establish new immunohistochemical and multiplexed in-situ hybridization and protein immunofluorescence assays and preforming spatial transcriptomics protocols. (40%)
Assist scientific staff with non-human primate procedures and sample collection by preforming a variety of protocols including processing non-human primate samples, flow cytometry, sample preservation, storage, and other assays. (10%)
Engage in appropriate training and professional development opportunities as desired by the individual, or required by the Principal Investigator, Department, or OHSU in order to develop research skills and professional competencies (5%)
Other duties as assigned. (5%)
Program Planning and Oversight (25%)
- Partners with the Nursing Wy’east Operations Team (NWOT), SON faculty and staff, NNACoE staff within the Department of Family Medicine, and Tribal organizations to design, implement, and manage pathway activities.
- Develops and oversees the implementation of pathway vision and goals, including sustaining and expanding program resources and developing new programs to support prospective SON students.
- Develops budget and monitors fiscal management of the Nursing Wy’east Pathway Program (NWPP) and related projects.
- Oversees workflow based on the work plan.
- Contributes to project reports.
- Oversees updates for NWPP stakeholder groups.
- Oversees all NWPP reports and coordinates program meetings and retreats.
Communications Management (25%)
- Develops and implements the NWPP communications plan(s) to ensure timely and effective communication of project progress to all appropriate internal and external stakeholders.
- Oversees the NWPP activities calendar, ensuring synergy between activities and projects.
- Develops and maintain the NWPP website.
- Oversees implementation of social media activities across all channels, making suggestions for new channels as appropriate.
- Oversees development of digital media content, identifying vendors internally and externally as needed to achieve goals.
- Works with NWPP partners to ensure smooth and effective communication.
- Supports and participates in the drafting of manuscripts, presentations, posters, newsletter contributions, grant progress reports, blog posts, social media, and other critical cross-project communication.
- Maintains communication and partnership with NNACoE staff.
Public Relations Management (15%)
- Partners with the SON Operations Team to maintain partner relationships (academic, community, tribal, NPO, NGO, etc.) to ensure effective communication of project goals and timelines.
- Directs visits by partners and implements key actions and outcomes from partner meetings and follow-up items as needed.
- Partners with others within the SON, across OHSU, and external stakeholders to effectively advocate for and inform about projects.
- Serves as a liaison to SON administrative staff and provides other resources for project teams.
Research and Evaluation (15%)
- Participates in the development and oversees the implementation of the NWPP vision, goals, and objectives in partnership with the Nursing Wy’east Operations Team, including sustaining and expanding programs, initiating new projects and programs, and developing new infrastructure.
- Identifies and develops new training opportunities for AI/AN learners and supports faculty development at the SON in partnership with the Senior Associate Dean for Student Affairs & Diversity.
- Supports and participates in evaluation and research as a member of the NWPP Evaluation Team.
- Directs outreach to current and potential partners and works together on grant proposal submissions.
Learner/Study Participant Management (10%)
- Participates in and/or supports outreach, recruitment, and retention of AI/AN learners, faculty, and staff.
- Provides intensive advising, mentorship, and regular communication with NWPP learners.
- Partners with the Associate Dean, Assistant Director of Admissions, and the staff in the Office of Student Recruitment and Admissions in the SON in the SON to ensure increased recruitment and retention of underrepresented students.
- Connects NWPP learners with NWPP, NNACoE, and OHSU resources, services, and activities.
- Collects and tracks participant data and works with the team to analyze data.
Team Management and Logistics Support (5%)
- May have direct supervisory responsibilities.
- Manages travel, bibliography, evaluation activities, research compliance, etc. for NWPP team members.
- Directs logistics for team meetings and maintains notes/minutes.
- Directs the development of NWPP operations procedures and manuals.
- Reports project status and escalates for resolution of issues to Program Director (supervisor) and NWOT.
Other duties as assigned (5%)
- Support of the mission, goals and objectives of OHSU, The Knight Cancer Institute, The CMH-OHSU Knight Cancer Collaborative, The Division of Hematology and Medical Oncology, and the School of Medicine.
- Care of patients with hematologic and oncologic disease in the community clinic setting at CMH in Astoria, OR. Engages surgeons, radiologists, pathologists, and primary care providers in the care of hematology and oncology patients.
- Leads Cancer Committee (CoC) and Breast and General tumor boards. Participate with other Division and CHO staff and provider teams, as needed.
- Member of the core leadership team in conjunction with the Administrative Director and Radiation Oncologist who provide Cancer Center program direction.
- Participate in administrative committees and councils of OHSU and CMH as approved by Division leadership.
- Participates in regulatory and other outside surveys including, but not limited to The Joint Commission, Planetree, and Accreditation Commission for Health Care.
- Leads efforts to continually improve the safety, delivery, and value of oncology services.
- Ensures operational excellence through achievement of organizational metrics.
- Participates in community projects > Education, Screening, Program Awareness events.
- Engage in public service through consultative activities with non-university groups with knowledge and consent of the Division Head and CHO Section Chief.
- Participate, as desired, in the education of medical students and house staff.
- Participate, as desired, in clinical, translational, and research activities.
The Section Chief of Community Hematology Oncology (CHO) will function as the primary clinical leader of all cancer programs, projects, and activities within OHSU Knight Cancer Institute CHO clinics and the OHSU Knight-Legacy Health Cancer Collaborative.
The position reports to the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute Division Head, Hematology and Medical Oncology.
The CHO Section Chief will serve as the primary coordinator of all professional activity within the CHO network and the Cancer Collaborative. The scope of the position will encompass medical directorship across all components of the organization including: all CHO clinics, infusion centers, Legacy-OHSU oncology collaborative, Columbia Memorial Hospital, The Vancouver Clinic, Salmon Creek and other sites as developed. The position will be a 0.6 clinical FTE and a 0.4 administrative FTE.
The Section Chief of the Knight Community Hematology Oncology Program will report to the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute Division Head, Hematology/Oncology. The Section Chief will have broad authority for the recruitment and oversight of CHO Medical staff in coordination with the Division Head of Hematology and Medical Oncology. As all staff physicians will hold positions in Division of Hematology and Medical Oncology, the Section Chief will work in coordination with the Division Head of Hematology and Medical Oncology in directing physician development and mentorship. The CHO Section Chief will work in coordination with the Division Medical Director to develop and maintain the highest standards of clinical quality and professionalism across all practice sites and the Division Quality Director to establish quality assurance and quality control (QAQC) programs.
The Section Chief will also serve as the Medical Director of the OHSU-Legacy Cancer Collaborative. The Section Chief/Medical Director will work in close collaboration with the Administrative Director to co-manage the operations, forecasting and planning of the operation, and aim to meet and exceed quality and productivity metrics for the program.
They will also work in close collaboration with medical and administrative leaders at Legacy Health System, Adventist Medical Center, Hillsboro Medical Center, The Vancouver Clinic, and Columbia Memorial Hospital as well as additional, future sites within CHO. Direct reports to the Section Chief/Medical Director will include:
Site Physician Leads
CHO Physician Medical Staff at all sites.
Manager, Advanced Practice Providers.
The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service.
It is anticipated the position will be made up of the following components: Clinical, Teaching, Research/Academic and In-Patient Service.
OHSU Classification: OHSU Clinical Associate
The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service. The appointee shall be a Clinical or translational physician investigator, with the intellectual vision to develop and expand lung research at the Knight. They will be given immediate access to funds and will be tasked with marrying the Knight’s appetite for innovation with a vision that expand OHSU’s lung cancer footprint, relevance in the market and impact to patients. This position reports to (supervisor): Division Head, Hematology & Medical Oncology.
The duties of this position include:
- Oversee clinical and research expansion within the service line
- Work closely with leadership to identify and build collaborations across the Knight, marrying the existing strengths in research with a vision that builds the lung cancer service line to prominence in clinical care and research impact.
- Direct the development of a comprehensive lung program at the Knight Cancer Institute
- Establish an innovative research portfolio
- Coordinate with institutional leaders to advance clinical growth
- Build collaborations that advance the treatment of lung cancer
- Dedicate 50% of time to building clinical research
The duties of this position are in support of the missions, goals and objectives of OHSU and the School of Medicine and include: participate in the education of medical students and house staff in accordance with assignments to the department by the Curriculum Committee and Chair; care of patients with lung cancer; establish and maintain a program of scholarly activity directed toward improved understanding of the causes, detection and treatment of lung cancer; carry out basic research in division research space assigned by the Division Head; participate in administrative committees and councils of the OHSU as approved by the Chair and Division Head; engage in public service through consultative activities with non-university groups with knowledge and consent of the Chair and Division Head.
It is anticipated the position will be made up of the following components: Clinical, teaching research/academic, and inpatient service.
Tenure-track assistant professor position in the Department of Chemical Physiology and Biochemistry. Duties include: develop and manage a well-funded, independent and vibrant research program; develop, prepare and oversee competitive funding proposals; publish and present research findings; develop and foster strong collaborations with researchers within the department, university, and externally; contribute to the teaching of graduate and medical students; participate in faculty, department, and/or university governance and administrative activities; participate in professional development functions such as conferences, editorial boards, professional organizations and study groups. The appointee shall provide additional duties as assigned by the Chair in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service.
The Research Assistant 2 will be involved in research programs, using animal models, studying the impact of nutrition on the development of obesity, specifically the impact of maternal programming on fetal development and the impact of obesity on COVID19-related outcomes. This position will be expected to grow to function independently, contribute to the generation of data for the purpose of publication, and must be able to interact and communicate effectively with ONPRC investigators/staff and collaborators. Day to day tasks may include:
- Participate in the collection and analysis of blood and tissues from nonhuman primates (NHPs)
- Participate in histological analysis utilizing NHP samples by performing immunohistochemistry assays and data analysis using ImageJ
- Assist with NHP cell isolations of adipose tissue and white blood cells, and perform subsequent cell culture assays
- Assist with sample cryopreservation and shipment to collaborators
The Plumber is responsible for accurately, effectively and competently operate and adjust the plumbing systems though out the campus, such as water heaters, pumps, drain systems, water systems, med gas systems, plumbing fixtures, and valves. Monitor equipment and record readings. Observe the operation of mechanical devices and determine problems; take corrective action as necessary. Perform preventative maintenance and repairs on equipment assigned. Be available to the facilities management staff as needed.
- Manage the event reporting system: read PSIs on daily basis to identify individual harm and system concerns, conduct further analysis and facilitate completion of investigations and action planning as appropriate.
- Share patient safety expertise to coach department leaders to investigate reported events that do not require investigation at a system level.
- Lead and complete Root Cause Analyses, Case Reviews, and Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analyses to identify systems concerns and identify action planning to mitigate risks.
- Partner with Executive Leaders, Risk Management, Patient Advocates to review findings from preventable harm event reviews.
- Complete quality review for patient grievances received from the Patient Advocate Office and Insurance and other payors.
- Conduct on-going and focused analyses with patient safety incidents to help indentify priorities, improvement opportunities, trends, and improved performance.
- Work with the Patient Safety Program Manager to implement the Patient Safety Plan.
- Serve as the facilitator with assigned projects and priority areas.
- Develop dashboards and reports for Clinical and Hospital Departments, Safety Oversight and OMS committee, Patient Safety Review Committee, and the Administrative Team.
- Extract data for internal/external reporting and provide data and analysis to Clinical and Hospital Departments, and Vizient PSO.
Facilitate and/or lead complex initiatives and systematic changes to meet internal and external quality/safety validation:
- Utilize external databases and resources (Vizient, PSO, Oregon Patient Safety Commission, The Joint Commission, DNV) to benchmark performance and idenitfy best/better practices
- Continuouly contribute to the effectivness of the OMS reporting process
- Stay abreast of new trends and innovations in the leaving safety iniativies relevant to OHSU.
Education and Consultation:
- Develop, revise and provide education and training on patient safety to faculty, staff and clinical leaders
- Provide expertise in the patient safety principles to support ongoing maturation of a culture of safety and just culture at OHSU
- Present patient safety data and information at department and hospital committee/department meetings and orientations as requested.
Clinical Activities (not related to teaching or research):
- Plans and supervises student lab and/or clinical experiences or practica based on teaching assignment.
Scholarly Activities (research/writing, abstracts, grant supported work, presentations, etc.):
- Participates in scholarly activities based on faculty rank.
- At the Assistant Professor rank or higher, faculty in the practice mission, demonstrates competence in an area of clinical expertise and engages in inquiry and scholarship that contributes to the practice of clinical practice.
- At the Assistant Professor rank or higher, faculty in the research mission advance a program of research, prepares grants and seeks funding, and engages with other missions to foster inquiry within the SON.
Education Activities (include types of teaching and types of student taught):
- Provides effective didactic instruction based on teaching assignment using appropriate instructional technologies to ensure that course outcomes are met.
- Participates collaboratively in the development, implementation, and evaluation of curriculum. Mentors and advises students.
- These activities could include faculty meetings, committee membership, professional activities and other responsibilities as assigned by the Program or Academic Director.
- Participates in faculty governance; additional engagement based on rank.
- As negotiated.
- The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service.
Direct management and supervision of OHSU Health CCMC Billing and Follow-up units:
- Provide essential leadership direction pertinent to the operations of the department.
- Develop goals and objectives that promote a supportive and productive unit
- Hire, motivate, and coach a department of individuals dedicated to driving excellent billing and collection.
- Ensure staff have adequate information and training to perform assigned tasks.
- Oversee staff with issues that arise with personnel, patient accounts and organizational direction.
- Utilize Aeos and Aeos Analytics to the fullest to ensure success of units.
- Ensure that all tasks on the manager checklist are done daily, weekly, and monthly.
- Ensure that all CCMC billers and follow up reps have standard response guidelines which include pend times.
Provide administrative direction as it relates to Revenue Cycle/CCMC Billing and Follow-up:
- Monitor and report on performance against targets on a routine basis.
- Achieve standard metrics or create action plans that demonstrate a path to achieve benchmarks.
- Develop and maintain department policies and procedures.
- Monitor department activities and provide recommendations that resolve problems and prevent future occurrences.
- Review procedures and recommend changes that promote efficiency and reduce unnecessary delays in billing or resolving accounts.
- Report and analyze trends.
- Work collaboratively to improve operational workflows, billing processes, individual patient accounts and overall all accounts receivable.
- Communicate effectively with all PBS staff in order to provide assistance and quality service.
- Present complex information effectively to a range of audiences.
Provide assistance to PBS's internal customers: PAS, Managed Care Contracting, UMG, HFS, etc.
- Utilize key staff to make sure information requested from PBS is accurate and complete
Maintains a working knowledge of:
- Applicable National, State, and local laws and regulations, OHSU Compliance Program, OHSU & PBS goals and objectives, and OHSU & PBS policies and procedures