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Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/17/2023 12:02 PM)
- Performs all phases of diagnostic and therapeutic nuclear medicine procedures. These procedures include but are not limited to: imaging bone, liver, kidney, brain, infection, and tumor localization and pharmacologic / stress exercise myocardial perfusion. - Prepares various diagnostic and therapeutic isotopes for patient administration. - Utilizes applications of Planar, In-vitro, SPECT (Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography), SPECT/CT (Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography/Computerized Tomography), and PET/CT (Positron Emission Tomography/Computerized Tomography) to optimize each image during the examination to obtain the highest quality study with the least discomfort to the patient. - Assists the physician in invasive and/or specialized procedures, such as a therapy, sentinel node injection/localization, brain shunts as directed. Provides quality Planar, SPECT, SPECT/CT, PET/CT, and In-Vitro applications to acquire images or in-vitro testing, using optimal skills and knowledge of equipment. - Evaluates normal/abnormal anatomy and any related abnormalities or artifacts for presentation to Radiologist using knowledge and principals of nuclear medicine, Gamma Camera planar, SPECT, SPECT/CT and PET/CT physics. Recognizes and reports significant situations relating to patient care. - Participates in research protocols under the supervision of physicians and supervisor. - Provides quality multi-slice computed CT applications to acquire exams with accuracy and efficiency, using optimal skills and knowledge of equipment. - Documents and demonstrates knowledge and skill to evaluate normal /abnormal anatomy and any related pathologies for presentation to the Radiologist. - Demonstrates knowledge and skill in CT physics. - Exercises responsible judgment in recognizing and reporting significant situations relating to patient care. - Prepares and instructs the patient for the diagnostic study using age appropriate communication skills.  - Optimizes each image during the examination to obtain the highest quality study with the least discomfort to the patient.  - Must be able to perform all ranges of exams after completion of technical competencies. Continues to stay current in regards to new CT technology hardware and software upgrades.
FTE
0.00
Position Type
Relief/Flex/Resource
Department
Diagnostic Imaging
Position Category
Radiology
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-23956
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/17/2023 12:00 PM)
IMAGING: - Provides quality images with accuracy and efficiency, using optimal skills and knowledge of all equipment. - Technologists will be trained in all general radiology exams/areas so that they are able to rotate through the department based on workflow needs. - Utilize the VIP transportation system to arrange for patient delivery. - Positions patient for diagnostic radiology exams according to department procedures, training, and machine requirements with a high regard for the safety and care of the patient. - Operates radiology equipment, determines and sets exposure factors, sets technique utilizing all relevant factors to ensure accurate and quality images with minimal and acceptable repeat rates. - Uses computer image processing, as needed to select, process, optimize and archive images to PACS. - Completely tracks exams in the Radiology Information system. - Develops and presents images and related patient information to radiologist for diagnosis. - Assists with patient transport by moving patients using standard procedures. - Assists in the training of Radiologic Technology Students, and adheres to dept. policy on supervision of student technologists. DOCUMENTATION: - Gathers complete documentation of all pertinent information to provide accurate and timely service to customers. - Responsible to correctly identify patients by checking their identity per department procedure. - Reviews patient chart and orders to insure correct examination. - Labels images completely with demographic, position and other needed documentation. Follows dept policy on the use of anatomical markers. - Logs activities, gathers charging information and charges exams as required. - Follows department and hospital procedures and policies. - Performs quality control and quality assurance, records results and reports variance from normal equipment function. PERSONAL & PATIENT CARE AND SAFETY: - Provides for personal and patient care and safety using professional judgment in accordance with written standards so there is no injury to self or others. - Protects patients and others in the area by using proper machine settings and radiation safety standards. - Practices universal and blood and body fluid precautions, and sterile practices according to procedures. - Communicates and uses knowledge of related anatomy and physiology to insure appropriate and effective care to neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients. - Maintains awareness of patient status and takes appropriate actions to meet their needs. - Explains the procedure to the patient to assure clear answers to their questions and concerns to allay any anxiety and assure patient confidence. - Reports knowledge of any patient safety concern or occurance to manager and submit occurance to the on-line Patient Safety Net (PSN). PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOR: - Practices professional communications, appearance, conduct, punctuality, attendance and attitude that leads to physician, patient and co-worker respect and confidence. - Informs and educates patient and/or family of all needed information concerning the exam performed. - Uses professional judgment and presents a professional image of competency to customer and staff. - Handles stressful situations in ways that promote positive outcomes. - Takes personal initiative to maintain current in education (journals, books, inservices seminars, etc.) in all areas assigned. EFFECTIVE USE OF RESOURCES: - Effective use of time, people, supplies, safe and attentive work practices. Works in a safe manner. - Maintains a safe and clean work environment. - Promotes cost effectiveness through the proper use and conservation of supplies and equipment. - Identifies cost saving measures. - Reports needed repairs or potential hazards to the appropriate department as soon as identified. - Reports all on-the-job injuries and seeks medical attention as appropriate INITIATIVE: - Self-motivation, takes on projects willingly, acts on opportunities to improve, contributes new ideas. - Takes the initiative to identify and solve problems. - Supports improvement and innovation in the workplace. - Demonstrates awareness of and supports OHSU departmental and operating unit goals through participation in continuous quality improvement and departmental activities. - Promotes professional development and contributes to the professional growth of others. Be familiar with and comply with OHSU and Diagnostic Imaging department policies and procedures.   Other duties as assigned.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Diagnostic Imaging
Position Category
Allied Health
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-20456
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/17/2023 11:58 AM)
IMAGING: - Provides quality images with accuracy and efficiency, using optimal skills and knowledge of all equipment. - Technologists will be trained in all general radiology exams/areas so that they are able to rotate through the department based on workflow needs. - Utilize the VIP transportation system to arrange for patient delivery. - Positions patient for diagnostic radiology exams according to department procedures, training, and machine requirements with a high regard for the safety and care of the patient. - Operates radiology equipment, determines and sets exposure factors, sets technique utilizing all relevant factors to ensure accurate and quality images with minimal and acceptable repeat rates. - Uses computer image processing, as needed to select, process, optimize and archive images to PACS. - Completely tracks exams in the Radiology Information system. - Develops and presents images and related patient information to radiologist for diagnosis. - Assists with patient transport by moving patients using standard procedures. - Assists in the training of Radiologic Technology Students, and adheres to dept. policy on supervision of student technologists. DOCUMENTATION: - Gathers complete documentation of all pertinent information to provide accurate and timely service to customers. - Responsible to correctly identify patients by checking their identity per department procedure. - Reviews patient chart and orders to insure correct examination. - Labels images completely with demographic, position and other needed documentation. Follows dept policy on the use of anatomical markers. - Logs activities, gathers charging information and charges exams as required. - Follows department and hospital procedures and policies. - Performs quality control and quality assurance, records results and reports variance from normal equipment function. PERSONAL & PATIENT CARE AND SAFETY: - Provides for personal and patient care and safety using professional judgment in accordance with written standards so there is no injury to self or others. - Protects patients and others in the area by using proper machine settings and radiation safety standards. - Practices universal and blood and body fluid precautions, and sterile practices according to procedures. - Communicates and uses knowledge of related anatomy and physiology to insure appropriate and effective care to neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients. - Maintains awareness of patient status and takes appropriate actions to meet their needs. - Explains the procedure to the patient to assure clear answers to their questions and concerns to allay any anxiety and assure patient confidence. - Reports knowledge of any patient safety concern or occurance to manager and submit occurance to the on-line Patient Safety Net (PSN). PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOR: - Practices professional communications, appearance, conduct, punctuality, attendance and attitude that leads to physician, patient and co-worker respect and confidence. - Informs and educates patient and/or family of all needed information concerning the exam performed. - Uses professional judgment and presents a professional image of competency to customer and staff. - Handles stressful situations in ways that promote positive outcomes. - Takes personal initiative to maintain current in education (journals, books, inservices seminars, etc.) in all areas assigned. EFFECTIVE USE OF RESOURCES: - Effective use of time, people, supplies, safe and attentive work practices. Works in a safe manner. - Maintains a safe and clean work environment. - Promotes cost effectiveness through the proper use and conservation of supplies and equipment. - Identifies cost saving measures. - Reports needed repairs or potential hazards to the appropriate department as soon as identified. - Reports all on-the-job injuries and seeks medical attention as appropriate INITIATIVE: - Self-motivation, takes on projects willingly, acts on opportunities to improve, contributes new ideas. - Takes the initiative to identify and solve problems. - Supports improvement and innovation in the workplace. - Demonstrates awareness of and supports OHSU departmental and operating unit goals through participation in continuous quality improvement and departmental activities. - Promotes professional development and contributes to the professional growth of others. Be familiar with and comply with OHSU and Diagnostic Imaging department policies and procedures.   Other duties as assigned.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Diagnostic Imaging
Position Category
Allied Health
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-18656
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/17/2023 11:51 AM)
IMAGING - Provides quality images with accuracy and efficiency, using optimal skills and knowledge of all equipment. - Technologists will be trained in all general radiology exams/areas so that they are able to rotate through the department based on workflow needs. - Utilize the VIP transportation system to arrange for patient delivery. - Positions patient for diagnostic radiology exams according to department procedures, training, and machine requirements with a high regard for the safety and care of the patient. - Operates radiology equipment, determines and sets exposure factors, sets technique utilizing all relevant factors to ensure accurate and quality images with minimal and acceptable repeat rates. - Uses computer image processing, as needed to select, process, optimize and archive images to PACS. - Completely tracks exams in the Radiology Information system. - Develops and presents images and related patient information to radiologist for diagnosis. - Assists with patient transport by moving patients using standard procedures. - Assists in the training of Radiologic Technology Students, and adheres to dept. policy on supervision of student technologists. DOCUMENTATION - Gathers complete documentation of all pertinent information to provide accurate and timely service to customers. - Responsible to correctly identify patients by checking their identity per department procedure. - Reviews patient chart and orders to insure correct examination. - Labels images completely with demographic, position and other needed documentation. Follows dept policy on the use of anatomical markers. - Logs activities, gathers charging information and charges exams as required. - Follows department and hospital procedures and policies. - Performs quality control and quality assurance, records results and reports variance from normal equipment function. PERSONAL & PATIENT CARE AND SAFETY - Provides for personal and patient care and safety using professional judgment in accordance with written standards so there is no injury to self or others. - Protects patients and others in the area by using proper machine settings and radiation safety standards. - Practices universal and blood and body fluid precautions, and sterile practices according to procedures. - Communicates and uses knowledge of related anatomy and physiology to insure appropriate and effective care to neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients. - Maintains awareness of patient status and takes appropriate actions to meet their needs. - Explains the procedure to the patient to assure clear answers to their questions and concerns to allay any anxiety and assure patient confidence. - Reports knowledge of any patient safety concern or occurence to manager and submit occurence to the on-line Patient Safety Net (PSN).
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Diagnostic Imaging
Position Category
Allied Health
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-17239
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/16/2023 5:17 PM)
The primary purpose of the Lab Manager is to provide oversight of the Tworoger Lab and its staff members, working conjointly with Dr. Shelley Tworoger on research projects as assigned, with a focus on women’s health and cancer. This individual will support oversight of the design of research studies, procedures, and day-to-day operations supporting research goals and grant commitments of the Tworoger Lab, including ensuring regulatory compliance. Monitors results, responds to outcomes, and develops and implements modifications to address any technical or design issues. With expert knowledge of research practices, directs and teaches others the methodology/Standard Operating Procedures.   The Lab Manager will be responsible for coordinating the Ovarian Cancer Cohort Consortium (OC3) Data Coordinating Center (DCC), under the direction of the PI and the OC3 DCC Director. This includes managing data sharing and material transfer agreements with participating organizations, coordinating work across multiple grant applications, interacting with OC3 collaborators, managing key work on the consortium (e.g., data harmonization, assays), and assisting in the scientific utilization of the OC3 resource. The latter includes assistance in data harmonization, evaluation of new techniques for conducting relevant assays, and assisting in manuscript preparation. For this project and others in the lab, the Lab Manager interacts with, establishes and maintains professional and cooperative relationships with business partners, administrators, research scientists/investigators, laboratory personnel and other healthcare and academic professionals to ensure efficient communication, follow-thorough, and management of scientific short/long range goals, and will also serve as a mentor to junior staff, may contribute significantly to grant proposals, authors and co-authors publications, presents at national conferences/ meetings, may also have responsibilities in development of fee and service cost estimates for projects and monitors expenditure and income, and may be tasked with operations compliance with applicable regulations.    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. Laboratory Management: - Maintains the quality and timeliness of research lab operations for Dr. Tworoger’s laboratory. - Manages laboratory administration and operation issues. - Ensures appropriate lab compliance with accrediting agency regulations, including IRB and human subjects requirements, and with data and material sharing agreements.  - Organizes and maintains safety/policy manuals. - Develops agendas for laboratory meetings and meetings with internal and external collaborators. - Defines and develops reports and websites according to lab needs.  - Interacts with all levels of internal and external sources to resolve problems. 3. Laboratory Organization and Compliance: - Ensure project data are properly recorded and stored; develops and maintains an electronic lab notebook and trains all lab staff in its use - Along with other laboratory operations staff, implements and executes laboratory processes, databases, and information resources for workflow efficiencies in research - Manage project protocols and OHSU regulatory compliance. Ensure that staff is adequately trained to meet compliance for regulatory board reviews as required and human subjects training - Document detailed standard operating procedures for laboratory operations 4. Research Projects: Ovarian Cancer Cohort Consortium (OC3) - Assists in generating and provides overall management for inter-institutional data sharing and material transfer agreements with participating OC3 institutions to ensure compliance and the longevity of the resource. - Sets agendas and takes minutes/action items for quarterly OC3 steering committee meetings, annual meetings, and biweekly programming calls with internal and external investigators. - Provides orientation to new collaborators about OC3 processes and procedures, intakes new analysis proposal applications, and evaluates feasibility of grant application proposals, and commissions datasets for analysis; develops budgets for project activities and proposals and provides grant and manuscript text about the consortium. - Communicates with designated cohort contacts and institutional officials regarding use of data, material transfers, and other associated research activities. - Provides support, with scientific oversight of the PI and OC3 DCC Director, for variable mapping, data harmonization, assay coordination, and results management; works with OC3 database software to support data management. - Conducts analyses of OC3 data under the direction of the PI, OC3 DCC Director, and collaborators. - Maintains OC3 website and internal documentation of all scientific work conducted within the consortium. - Coordinates with IT, HR, Regulatory and other related groups to ensure the smooth operation of the OC3 - Identifies opportunities for improving cohort infrastructure and new opportunities for collaboration. 5. Other Research Project Support: - Provides management for other projects within the Laboratory, including coordinating with collaborators, setting up contractual agreements, collecting and intaking data, conducting statistical analyses and contributing to writing manuscripts and grants. - Onboards research staff and has the authority and responsibility to enforce policy with all staff. - Assists in mentorship of graduate students, post-docs, undergraduates, interns, and other researchers. - Assists in the creation of research training programs for researchers.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Knight Cancer Institute, Division of Oncological Sciences
Position Category
Research
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-26555
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/16/2023 12:10 PM)
Coding - Coding at 95% or above accuracy one of the following depending on posted job need: -  Facility: - Inpatient Coding - Outpatient Day Surgery/Observation services -  Infusion/Chemotherapy services - Professional: - Complex Surgical coding - Vascular - General Surgery - Plastics - Trauma - Critical Care - Integrated Desks (coding both facility and profee services for the same specialty) - Abstract information from patient medical records to assign correct codes to inpatient records, outpatient surgical records, and/or observation cases. Work assigned charge sessions in assigned EPIC charge router work queues. - Depending on posted job need, assign correct CPT, ICD-10-CM; HCPCS; or ICD-10-PCS and DRGs for facility and/or professional charges, which would involve complex procedure and diagnostic coding within highly specialized coding areas such as Inpatient Coding or Surgical coding. - Monitor activity for compliance with federal and/or state laws regarding correct coding set forth by CMS and Oregon Medical Assistance program (OMAP). - Coordinate patient encounter billing information and ensure that all information is complete and accurate before submission. Enter coding and billing information into EPIC, establish and maintain procedures and other controls necessary in carrying out all coding and billing activity. - Resolve with billing, any issues, coding denial requests or questions as part of coding denial process. Review clinical documentation of services to be coded in EPIC, and any other source of documentation available to ensure compliance with the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). - Establish and maintain procedures and other controls necessary in carrying out all procedure and diagnostic coding and insurance billing activity for applicable work queues assigned in facility and/or professional services at OHSU. - Monitor activity for compliance with federal and/or state laws regarding correct coding set forth by CMS and Oregon Medical Assistance program (OMAP). - Coordinate all billing information and ensure that all information is complete and accurate. - Ability to maintain supportive and open communication with coding supervisor and team leads regarding coding issues and priority coding responsibilities assigned. - Develop and disseminate written procedures to facilitate and improve billing and coding processes for the department, and to train, support, orientate, and mentor coding staff as necessary. Department Support - Serve as a resource to ERC outpatient coding leadership and coding team for a broad range of billing policy and procedure issues. - Develop and disseminate written procedures to facilitate and improve billing and coding processes for the department, and to train, support and mentor and orientate coding staff as necessary. - Monitor coding and billing information from CMS guidelines, Professional licensing organizations, Internal communication memos, and transmittals from coding publishers and governmental agencies to advise facility and team of billing practice changes in CPT, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS and ensure changes are implemented to maximize revenue and reflect medical evaluation of patient encounters. - Make recommendations to coding leadership and implement remedial actions for problems. Serve as a resource to ERC outpatient coding leadership and coding team for a broad range of billing policy and procedure issues. - Attends coding meetings and seminars and shares knowledge with other coders. Participates in EC Huddles. - In collaboration with Enterprise Coding Leadership, develop and disseminate written procedures to facilitate and improve billing and documentation processes. - In collaboration with Leadership, make recommendations and implement remedial actions for problems. - Monitor coding and billing information from newsletters, memos, and transmittals from coding publishers and government agencies to advise physicians of billing practice changes in CPT, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS - Participate in Enterprise Coding education sessions, Kaizen events, maintain CEUs, stay informed of current trends in coding. Perform other duties as assigned.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Enterprise Coding
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-25464
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/16/2023 11:38 AM)
Operational Functions: Direct in unit supervision of operations on a continual basis. Assuring the highest standards of patient/customer service, cleanliness, food quality and operatione excellence. Supervises meal periods. Checks to ensure HACCP and other quality control checks are followed. Supervises food line and grab and go items. Supervises cash handling and point of sale transactions.   Administrative Functions: Follows procedures for providing training, making schedules, and providing documentation for disciplinary actions and performance reviews. Prepares required reports and presents to management as needed. Develops and implements programs that facilitate and/or improve operations. Presents a positive role model for employees at all times.   Hospitality/Customer Service Functions: Demonstrates exceptional patient/customer service at all times. Assesses patient/customer satisfaction during mealtimes by visiting with patients/guests. Leads the team to provide a memorable patient/guest experience. Develops and monitors supervisory rounding of all operational facilities.   General Functions: Follows standards for merchandising, stocking, rotating and storing products. Works with management to develop new business opportunities. Supports sustainability efforts of Food & Nutrition Services by fully participating in the recycling program. Fulfills responsibilities to the organization through performance that promotes the service excellence philosophy. Performs requirements for department managers as outlined in "Compliance Roles and Responsibilities in OHSU Hospitals and Clinics."   Supports sustainability efforts of Food & Nutrition Services by fully participating in the recycling program. Fulfills responsibilities to the organization through performance that promotes the service excellence philosophy. Performs requirements for department managers as outlined in "Compliance Roles and Responsibilities in OHSU Hospitals and Clinics."
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Food and Nutrition Services
Position Category
Management/Supervisory
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-24574
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/15/2023 7:37 PM)
- Preforming laboratory research; Conducting experiments; Collecting, analyzing, and quantifying data; Assisting in planning and designing standard research operations, training and mentoring lab members. - Preparation and/or review of reports, manuscripts and peer reviewed journals for publication. Submit applications for grant funding in support of the labs research mission. - Attending and presenting research at lab meetings, seminars and conferences.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Cell, Developmental & Cancer Biology
Position Category
Postdoctoral
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-23440
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 4 months ago(11/15/2023 11:01 AM)
Resource rates $56.55-$82.13 per hour, based on experience.    This position is designed to be an on-site role. However, Radiation Oncology nursing acknowledges that remote work (aka WFH = work from home) supports wellness and work-life balance.  In support of this belief, a registered nurse coordinator (RNC) may be afforded a hybrid work schedule format as a conditional accommodation contingent upon on-site operational and direct patient care needs being appropriately met as a priority, and in a way that remote working does not impart an operational strain or care delivery gap. Working remotely may be approved, denied, or revised by the charge RN, nurse scheduler, or supervisor/manager as needed, and in alignment with established team expectations, organizational policy, and ONA contract parameters.   The Registered Nurse works as a key member of a multi-disciplinary Radiation team and has the primary responsibility for and provides direct and indirect professional nursing care for patients undergoing radiation treatment. The RN serves as a key communication link between the patient, his/her family, and the care team. The RN is a continuous advocate for patients and their families, ensuring that clinical and business systems are customer service focused.    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.   Key Responsibilities & Performance Standards - The RN ensures all baseline clinical information, both diagnostic and therapeutic, is gathered together in a systematic fashion prior to the patients visit.  S/he works to ensure that new patients are prepared for testing, evaluation and potential outcome of the visits ahead of time. - The RN assesses patient physical, psychological, social, spiritual, educational, developmental, cultural, and care planning needs. Reviews available information obtained by other health care team members. Implements the plan of care through direct patient care, coordination, delegation and supervision of the activities of the health care team. Provides care based on physician orders and the nursing plan of care, in compliance with policies and procedures, standards of care, and regulatory agency requirements. Delegates appropriately, and provides nursing supervision in the provision of care to patients by other licensed nurses and other personnel. Promotes continuity of care by accurately and completely communicating to other caregivers the status of patients for whom care is provided. - Evaluates the patient's and family's response to care and teaching, and revises the plan of care as needed. Evaluates patient progress towards goals and expected outcomes in collaboration with other health care team members. Evaluates patient's response and the effectiveness of patient teaching. - The RN documents assessments, planning, implementation and evaluation in the patient record. Ensures that Physician orders that result from patient visits are recorded and executed.  S/he also works to ensure that laboratory and other diagnostic findings are available to clinicians in a timely fashion after tests are performed. S/he tracks the post visit flow of information to ensure that plans of care are executed in a timely fashion.
FTE
0.00
Position Type
Relief/Flex/Resource
Department
Radiation Medicine
Position Category
Nursing-RN
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-15869
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 4 months ago(11/14/2023 8:07 PM)
The Layton Aging & Alzheimer’s Disease Center in the OHSU Department of Neurology is recruiting a full-time Assistant/Associate Professor to join our well-established and growing center. This faculty member will have opportunities to participate in the clinical and research activities of the NIA-funded Oregon Aging and Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, ORCASTRAIT Roybal Center, Oregon Center for Aging and Technology (ORCATECH) and other center initiatives.   This position will be approximately half clinical and half research. Clinical duties include outpatient clinic shifts, teaching medical students, neurology residents and geriatric neurology fellows.   Research activities may be investigator-initiated or come from existing projects if the applicant does not have a funded research program. A broad range of research opportunities are available, including such topics as neuroimaging, biomarkers, technology-assisted assessments, geriatric neurology, genetics, neuropsychology and neuropathology.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Department of Neurology
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2022-19736
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 4 months ago(11/10/2023 2:51 PM)
- A postdoc position in cancer immunology is available in the lab of Dr. Megan Burger at the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute. We seek an enthusiastic and dedicated Ph.D. scientist with experience in immunology and/or cancer biology and mouse models to join our team.   The Burger Lab is focused on uncovering factors regulating T cell responses against cancer to inform the design of next generation cancer immunotherapies. We utilize genetically engineered mouse models of lung cancer paired with novel genetic tools and single-cell analysis platforms, including high dimensionality flow cytometry, single-cell RNA-sequencing, and spatial profiling to deeply investigate tumor-immune crosstalk. Mechanistic studies and preclinical immunotherapy trials in mice are complemented with analysis of human samples to facilitate potential translation of our findings to the clinic.   We are looking for a postdoc to lead projects in one of three areas: 1) antigen-driven dynamics of the T cell response and cancer vaccine strategies, 2) tumor-intrinsic mechanisms of T cell evasion, or 3) lymphocyte networks and spatial regulation of T cell responses to immunotherapy. More information on our research and relevant publications can be found at our website: https://www.ohsu.edu/school-of-medicine/burger-lab.       The postdoc will work collaboratively with Dr. Burger to develop research directions and will independently drive project aims. The ideal candidate will have experience working with mouse disease models, extensive expertise in basic cellular and molecular biology techniques, and some experience with immunological assays, including flow cytometry, adoptive cell transfers, ELISA, etc. We seek a creative and pioneering individual interested in applying a multidisciplinary approach to their work, incorporating cutting-edge mouse genetics, transcriptomics and spatial profiling technologies. The candidate should also be a team-player with interest in collaborative work within the lab and across the institution and mentorship of junior personnel.   In addition to scientific training, the postdoc will receive personalized mentorship in developing career goals. Guidance will be given in posing research questions, project management, scientific writing, public speaking, network building, leadership, and mentoring. The postdoc will have opportunities to present their research at internal research-in-progress seminars and will be able to attend at least one national scientific conference per year.   The candidate should have no more than 1 year of prior postdoctoral experience, and will be expected to compete for internal and external fellowship funding. Applicants should upload a cover letter describing your relevant qualifications, future research and career interests, and expected start date; CV; and names and contact information for three references.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Cell, Developmental & Cancer Biology
Position Category
Postdoctoral
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2022-19293
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 4 months ago(11/9/2023 8:24 PM)
Development of analytical processes and tools that lead to effective strategic decision regarding opportunities in specific markets and across OHSU Health.  Collaborate with the Office of Payor Strategy functional areas such as health plan services, managed care, and other value-based contracts and payer strategies that result in an increase in population served, smart growth and improved margins.   ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: - Value Based Incentive Contract Development and Reporting: Implement a process and structure to identify budget and record actual performance and dollars managed care contracts with Value-Based incentive provisions. Schedule, produce and distribute ‘standard’ reports in agreed upon schedule and format. Measure, track and report performance for the system. Collaborate with Population Health Management and other OHSU clinical and financial teams regarding preferred incentive metrics and reporting. - Financial Pro-Forma Development: Manage the process to develop and assess financial proformas for contemplated risk arrangements. This includes ensuring proformas present realistic achievable results supported by clear documented assumptions traced to a valid agreed upon source.  - Financial Pro-Forma Assessment: If implemented, periodically compare actual results to agree upon financial proforma to identify variances and opportunities. - Document Payer Risk Business Case Model: Document the overall Business Model for the assessment of managed care risk and strategic opportunities. This document will formulate the structure, areas of focus, data needs, methodology, key business questions and expected results. - Acquire and Maintain Data Sources and Data Bases: Ensure the defined databases are current and accurate so they can be used to answer business questions with a high degree of confidence. Includes the review and maintenance of tables, review and audit of key processes. - Provide Trustworthy Data: Implement approach to ensure data integration processes for business analysis. Audit within specified tolerances to source systems. Resolve data quality problems and work to improve data integration process. - Provide Business Insights: Financial Performance, Enrollment trends and general market-based research to inform Managed Care negotiations. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: - Develops, manages and maintains payer performance analytics and reporting tools for OHSU Health’s value-based Managed Care contracts. - Identifies and analyzes trends in data reported to optimize payer performance opportunity capture. - Facilitates the coordination of internal resources and processes to operationalize payer performance objectives. - Combine clinical, financial, market, and other operational information to inform business plans and maximize strategic insights. - Build and validate financial proforma analytic models to inform business decisions. - Conduct customer research, competitive research, financial and cost analysis and develop business plans with full proformas. - Develop new research and analytic tools that provide insights to inform strategic decisions in the era of health care competition - Promote mission and values of OHSU Health System - Other responsibilities as they develop. KEY CONTACTS: - Senior Vice President / Chief Payor Strategy Officer - Senior Vice President / Chief Financial Officer - Chief Medical Officer, OHSU Health Plan Services - Chief Administrative Officer, OHSU Health Plan Services - Vice President, Managed Care Strategy - Sr. Director, Payor Strategy - Director, Managed Care - Director, Primary Care and Population Health
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Health Plan Services
Position Category
Accounting/Finance
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-26576
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 4 months ago(11/9/2023 1:47 PM)
The Director of the EASA Center for Excellence (ECfE) provides culturally responsive, trauma-informed and healing-centered leadership and oversight related to the functions of the Center.  Core functions include supervision, administrative and management support, and accountability for the Center for Excellence team.  The Director provides executive leadership in programmatic development focused on training and consultation for early psychosis-related systems of care, stakeholder partnerships and relations, grant writing and revenue development.   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.   This position reports to (supervisor): Marguerita Lightfoot, Research Director, School of Public Health   The duties of this position include:   Leadership  - Transparent, inclusive collaboration with EASA CfE team, OHSU stakeholders, external partners, funders, community and systems stakeholders, young adults, family members/supporters, in implementation of shared mission and vision - Contract negotiation, grant writing and fundraising in alignment with the Center’s mission, vision, and goals to ensure sustainability - Programmatic conceptualization of effective care using a culturally responsive, trauma-informed and healing centered frameworkbased on current science, available data, evidence-based practice, practice-based evidence and lived experience - Use of reported data analysis to assess state, local and national program development needs and facilitate and implement technical assistance, consultation, and training utilizing culturally responsive, trauma-informed and healing centered approaches focusing on quality and practice improvement that address identified needs. - Provide transparent leadership, oversight, and guidance in targeted program development, policies and procedures, C4E charters, and day to day operations in support of C4E mission, values, and goals - Maintain, develop and foster state, national and international relationships in the field.  Supervision, hiring, and team facilitation  - Provide culturally responsive, trauma informed and healing centered clinical and administrative supervision with all team members that includes identifying areas of strength, growth and development. - Implement and maintain team structure and communications processes - Implement and facilitate diverse hiring and inclusive onboarding best practices - Ensure HIPAA compliance - Collaborate with program staff and OHSU budgeting and contract staff to ensure appropriate resource allocation - Identify and advocate for team needs within the institutions - Develop mentoring and professional development opportunities for C staff and students  Translational Research  - Develop and submit research applications to further successful improvement of clinical and functional outcomes in the field (research, quality and practice improvement) - Develop and collaborate on articles for publication  Clinical, implementation, and sustainability consultation, training and fidelity review  - Provide direct policy and infrastructure-related consultation to state officials and local early psychosis managers - Maintain and support the engagement of program directors, young adult graduates of EASA programs and family members/supportersand supports in EASA CfE activities - Provide direct training, consultation and fidelity review in early psychosis care as part of CfE team, as needed
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
OHSU-PSU School of Public Health
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
Academics
Requisition ID
2023-26563
Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Posted Date 4 months ago(11/9/2023 1:01 PM)
The Oregon National Primate Research Center is seeking a talented and experienced Financial Analyst who is collaborative, accountable, creative and agile. This position will work directly with Principal Investigators (PIs) to provide financial and budgetary support.   The ideal candidate will strive to develop subject matter expertise, will be highly detailed-oriented and capable of analyzing data with creativity and innovation to effectively aid PIs in making informed decisions.   The primary role is working on varied phases of financial processes and analysis, including but not limited to: budget development, financial analysis, variance analysis, compliance, policy and procedures, financial transactions/reports, data queries, fiscal authority and general accounting   Key Responsibilities and Duties:   Pre-award support: - Participate in budget development and review with assigned PI, division admin and applicable DCM units. This includes facilitation meetings and any other meetings necessary to ensure accurate budgets for applications. - Review sponsor guidelines, Program Announcements and InfoEd proposal entry - Work with PI to prepare budgets, ensuring accuracy for salary, animal costing, non-salary expenses and F&A rate - Budget justification review for consistency and accuracy - Maintain records and follow up on pending proposals - Coordinate with Division Admins for Just In Time, Other Support and progress reports. Post-award grants management: - Provide information to OPAM for account set up and close outs - Verify new award budget loaded accurately in Oracle/OGA - Assist OPAM and PI with close out of grant accounts when budget period ends - Resolve budget and expense discrepancies, as appropriate - Request and monitor subcontracts for out-going agreements - Review and assist in certification of effort statements - Maintain records on awarded funds - Update PRIMe with correct aliases and submit Finance Tracker Issues, as needed Financial: - Provide PI with a portfolio report of grant and non-grant (GL and Foundation) spending and balances to assist in decisions regarding hiring, project expansion, equipment purchases and other non-routine expenditures - Monitor total cost expenditures during budget period, perform reconciliations each month and at the end of each budget period, ensure proper carryover activity to next budget period - Provide consultation and financial analysis for PIs on projections and “what-if” scenarios for spending - Perform variance analysis, investigate and resolve any issues - Make corrections to expenditures, encumbrances and other financial issues, as needed - Verify PO encumbrances, clearing and closing as necessary - Allocate appropriate salary support distributions accordingly -  Review OPAM generated reports and invoices prior to submission to project sponsors - Provide monthly reports to Grants Manager as requested - Understand and apply OHSU policy and procedures to ensure financial compliance Fiscal Authority: - Serves as one of the fiscal authorities and reviews and approves expenses on assigned accounts.  This includes, but not limited to, travel reimbursements, disbursement requests, requisitions and p-card reconciliations - Assures compliance with applicable OHSU policy and procedures Payroll: - Work with assigned PIs to establish labor distribution, cost share and percent of effort on all grants according to project budgets - Responsible for all labor distribution changes, including retroactive changes - Routine review of labor distribution for all personnel on grants; provide regular reports to assigned PI - Monitor effort distributions, terminations and initiate labor distribution changes to prevent/correct payroll suspense charges - Work with OPAM to ensure timely set up of new accounts so payroll can be charged accurately Assist Grants Manager with daily tasks, backup teammates or perform special projects, as requested.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
ONPRC
Position Category
Accounting/Finance
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2023-26454
Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Posted Date 4 months ago(11/9/2023 12:45 PM)
The Oregon National Primate Research Center is seeking a talented and experienced Financial Analyst who is collaborative, accountable, creative and agile. This position will work directly with Principal Investigators (PIs) to provide financial and budgetary support.   The ideal candidate will strive to develop subject matter expertise, will be highly detailed-oriented and capable of analyzing data with creativity and innovation to effectively aid PIs in making informed decisions.   The primary role is working on varied phases of financial processes and analysis, including but not limited to: budget development, financial analysis, variance analysis, compliance, policy and procedures, financial transactions/reports, data queries, fiscal authority and general accounting.   Pre-award support: - Participate in budget development and review with assigned PI, division admin and applicable DCM units. This includes facilitation meetings and any other meetings necessary to ensure accurate budgets for applications. - Review sponsor guidelines, Program Announcements and InfoEd proposal entry - Work with PI to prepare budgets, ensuring accuracy for salary, animal costing, non-salary expenses and F&A rate - Budget justification review for consistency and accuracy - Maintain records and follow up on pending proposals - Coordinate with Division Admins for Just In Time, Other Support and progress reports. Post-award grants management: - Provide information to OPAM for account set up and close outs - Verify new award budget loaded accurately in Oracle/OGA - Assist OPAM and PI with close out of grant accounts when budget period ends - Resolve budget and expense discrepancies, as appropriate - Request and monitor subcontracts for out-going agreements - Review and assist in certification of effort statements - Maintain records on awarded funds - Update PRIMe with correct aliases and submit Finance Tracker Issues, as needed Financial: - Provide PI with a portfolio report of grant and non-grant (GL and Foundation) spending and balances to assist in decisions regarding hiring, project expansion, equipment purchases and other non-routine expenditures - Monitor total cost expenditures during budget period, perform reconciliations each month and at the end of each budget period, ensure proper carryover activity to next budget period - Provide consultation and financial analysis for PIs on projections and “what-if” scenarios for spending - Perform variance analysis, investigate and resolve any issues - Make corrections to expenditures, encumbrances and other financial issues, as needed - Verify PO encumbrances, clearing and closing as necessary - Allocate appropriate salary support distributions accordingly -  Review OPAM generated reports and invoices prior to submission to project sponsors - Provide monthly reports to Grants Manager as requested - Understand and apply OHSU policy and procedures to ensure financial compliance Fiscal Authority: - Serves as one of the fiscal authorities and reviews and approves expenses on assigned accounts.  This includes, but not limited to, travel reimbursements, disbursement requests, requisitions and p-card reconciliations - Assures compliance with applicable OHSU policy and procedures Payroll: - Work with assigned PIs to establish labor distribution, cost share and percent of effort on all grants according to project budgets - Responsible for all labor distribution changes, including retroactive changes - Routine review of labor distribution for all personnel on grants; provide regular reports to assigned PI - Monitor effort distributions, terminations and initiate labor distribution changes to prevent/correct payroll suspense charges - Work with OPAM to ensure timely set up of new accounts so payroll can be charged accurately Assist Grants Manager with daily tasks, backup teammates or perform special projects, as requested.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
ONPRC
Position Category
Accounting/Finance
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2023-26453
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 4 months ago(11/8/2023 6:52 PM)
The Executive Director, OHSU Simulation, is responsible for the operational and fiscal oversight of OHSU Simulation in the execution of its activities in support of the institution’s goals. This includes direct oversight of the Operations Directors to ensure performance excellence and continuous quality improvement in the programs they oversee. The Executive Director also collaborates with the Medical Director of OHSU Simulation, and facilitates the OHSU Simulation Steering Committee (SCC) to ensure that appropriate funding, programming and resources are available to support and facilitate the education, training, and research needs of the University and statewide partners. A key role of the Executive Director is to develop and implement a business and operational model that supports the growing needs of OHSU and expands the partnerships with external entities to utilize the unique resources of OHSU Simulation. With adequate resources there will be opportunities to explore additional revenues and partnerships with industry partners and local collaborations. In partnership with the Medical Director and the Operations Directors, the Executive Director will promote the utilization of simulation at OHSU and continue to expand the regional, national and global reputation of OHSU Simulation. Adequate resources and a sound business model will allow OHSU Simulation to make its mark as a leader in simulation-based education (SBE) for healthcare professional training locally and beyond.   OHSU Simulation Operations Oversight: - Provides leadership and partners with the Operations Directors to ensure ongoing organizational performance excellence. - Establishes and maintains metrics to assess overall organizational effectiveness. - Collaborates with leadership from stakeholder groups to facilitate continuous process and quality improvement. - Responsible for operating and capital budget development and implementation each fiscal years. - Executes reviews and updates of the financial model based on national and global simulation operations standards of best practices and business administration. - Coordinates team based professional development and training to ensure OHSU Simulation remains at the forefront of simulation facilitation in healthcare professional education, research, and training. Strategic Planning: - Leads the OHSU 2025 Tactic Team focusing on the OHSU Simulation Strategic Planning and Business Model Creation & Implementation. - Plans and convenes an annual Simulation Steering Committee retreat to formulate and revise the strategic plan, strategic goals and institutional directions. - Partners with Operations Directors to create and implement annual Simulation Operations retreat to continue to hear the voices of teams and to create a community of collaboration and sustainability. - Facilitates stakeholder input in partnership with OHSU Simulation Operations Director(s) and Medical Director. Stakeholders include the Simulation Steering Committee and other departmental leads including, and not limited to, Program Directors for CARE; Anatomy; POCUS; Anesthesia; GME; CoP, SoD, Hospital Programs such as TTP; in-situ; PA; SoN; SoM; & the PA program. - Collaborates with Simulation Steering Committee Chair to prioritize and track the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of the strategic goals within Simulation tactic teams and specifically for the Business and Financial planning tactic. - Partners with OHSU Simulation tactic leads to ensure the financial model reflects expected programmatic growth statewide. This includes personnel needs; equipment needs and overall infrastructure requirements to meet statewide learner needs (including partner hospitals). - Embraces and partners with OHSU Simulation Operations Directors and teams on efforts regarding the priority of the integration of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) into healthcare professional training. Simulation Steering Committee Administration & Support: - Supports operations and administration of the Simulation Steering Committee in partnership with the OHSU Simulation Medical Director. - Collaborates with the Simulation Steering Committee, advises and informs subscribers, interfaces and negotiates with the Simulation Steering Committee. Fundraising, Marketing, and Community Outreach - Explores opportunities for research and collaboration within OHSU and beyond. Ensures that simulation equipment is included in hospital purchasing discussions for training. - Completes and submits applications for alternate sources of revenue (grants, endowments, etc.) - Develops and sustains industry partnerships and corporate sponsorships for appropriate OHSU Simulation events. - Explores statewide financial discounts with collaborations with industry partners based on the numbers of locations and learners. - Facilitates and coordinates ongoing networking and communication with external groups and stakeholders within the statewide healthcare workforce community. - Attends annual professional organization conferences to network and glean updates on the latest in simulation standards of best practice. This could include: IMSH, ASPE, INACSL, & ACS AEI.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Office for Simulation
Position Category
Management/Supervisory
HR Mission
Academics
Requisition ID
2023-26560
Job Locations US-OR-Klamath Falls
Posted Date 4 months ago(11/7/2023 4:28 PM)
Regional Leadership and Program Management - Ensures program delivery meets regulatory and accreditation standards, including assessment and evaluation criteria. - Serves as liaison and campus representative between OHSU SON and the respective regional university campus assigned; includes fostering and developing inter-agency relationships, service on committees and councils, and advancement of relationships between entities. - Assists with regional recruitment of students to ensure program targets are met/exceeded. - Initiates and leads the process for local hiring of faculty and staff. - Supervises faculty, professional, and support staff on a regional campus, using a matrix model for input and evaluation. - Ensures alignment with overall SON strategic, operational, and financial goals and tactics and functions as a SON leader, coordinating and cooperating with other leaders in support of School missions and goals. - Visits clinical sites and maintains critical relationships with community partners that include, but are not limited to, practice and community health agencies, community thought leaders, and others who interface with the SON to ensure input from SON communities of interest. - Advises and assists with alumni, philanthropic, and legislative endeavors per planned opportunities. - Serves as a media spokesperson for the SON at the regional level, in collaboration with OHSU strategic communications and the dean. - Ensures that regional characteristics are considered in all SON planned curricular, research, and practice missions. Human and Fiscal Resource Management - Demonstrates commitment to inclusive excellence, becoming trauma-informed, equity, and belonging - Meets performance standards and expectations associated with faculty and staff supervision in a matrix with respective Associate Deans. - Provides leadership and exercises supervisory authority to faculty and staff through active oversight, fostering a climate of open communication, and managing conflict through a trauma-informed lens. - Provide informal communication channels between affected parties and use applicable alternative dispute resolution techniques to minimize the escalation of conflict and achieve conflict resolution and problem-solving. Review, analyze, and evaluate all sides of an issue in an informed and unbiased fashion. - Seek the informal resolution of problems and differences between employees, supervisors, and other agency officials. - Conducts workplace reviews to identify, analyze, and make recommendations to proactively resolve workplace conflicts between colleagues and/or management and employees. - Makes recommendations to clients and/or senior management on the best course of action for resolution, accounting for risk and cultural impact. - Designs services, initiatives, and interventions including conflict coaching, facilitation, and mediation to respond to systemic issues impacting a fair, professional, and ethical workplace. - Assesses faculty and staff mix needed to ensure that program and curricular objectives are met - Assists in recruitment, selection, evaluation, and retention processes in regional areas. - Monitors faculty and staff productivity to ensure that resources are developed and utilized in the best possible manner to ensure student outcomes and public accountability. - Provides mentoring and support for early- and mid-career faculty to ensure an adequate faculty workforce. Administrative and Faculty Functions - Serves on the SON Leadership Council and other relevant school and/or university councils and committees relevant to the academic and other missions. - Serves on the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education (OCNE) Coordinating Council. Collaborates with regional OCNE schools. - Leads performance improvement and project management initiatives on a regional or statewide level. - Models teaching, service, and inquiry through teaching and faculty engagement activities; works collaboratively with other faculty on joint publications and scholarship. - Performs other duties as assigned by the Senior Associate Dean/Dean.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
School of Nursing - Klamath Falls Campus
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
Academics
Requisition ID
2023-26562
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 4 months ago(11/7/2023 1:59 PM)
For physical therapists who aspire to specialize in pediatrics we offer a full-time one-year residency at the Child Development and Rehabilitation Center at the OHSU Institute on Development & Disability.    The Physical Therapy Residency functions within the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) program. The LEND program promotes leadership, research skills, advocacy skills, and clinical expertise for interdisciplinary health care professionals, people with disabilities and parents of children with disabilities to improve healthcare for children with developmental disabilities. This residency program is credentialed by the American Physical Therapy Association.   Application for this position is through the APTA universal application for residency education at RFPTCAS. We encourage people with disabilities and diverse backgrounds to apply. Candidates who believe they need an accommodation in order to successfully complete the program you can contact the program directors pedspTres@ohsu.edu or the Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Department at OHSU 503-494-5148 or aaeo@ohsu.edu. 
FTE
0.80
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
Institute on Development and Disability
Position Category
Postdoctoral
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-26546
Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Posted Date 4 months ago(11/6/2023 7:21 PM)
The Laboratory Animal Technician 1 is the first level of a three-level series. At this level, this position is focused on providing husbandry, healthcare and research support for laboratory animals maintained at the ONPRC. This position will learn and master the ability to perform the manual and technical tasks directly related to the care of, and research support for the use of, laboratory animals. This includes safely performing basic animal husbandry and animal handling, healthcare procedures, including but not limited to feeding and sanitizing procedures, animal capture and restraint, administration of medications, and the collection of body fluids and tissues.   The area of work assignment and specific tasks will vary, depending on animal population and care requirements, service requirements, staffing needs and the individual’s knowledge. The Animal Resources & Research Support (ARRS) houses approximately 4600 non-human primates, and approximately 2500 small laboratory animals, on a daily basis. The animals are housed in 8 buildings and 17 outdoor enclosures, on the ONPRC/OHSU campus. There are approximately 60 employees who are responsible for providing care of research animals.   The successful candidate for this position will have basic knowledge for the care of animals, demonstrated by experience with household pets, farm, or 4-H animals. This position requires the ability read, write, and follow oral and written instructions, as well as having the ability to communicate effectively in oral and/or written formats with both technical and professional staff.   Some duties will require working outside in inclement weather and daily work may involve moving on wet and/or slick surfaces, through narrow corridors between rows of cages, and climbing stairs to corral observation towers. There is risk of exposure to zoonotic agents through injury, by direct contact with animals or their tissues and body fluids, or by contact with equipment contaminated by animals or their tissues and body fluids. Some work duties may also include risk of exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals and sanitizing chemicals.   Candidates should have the ability to carry and lift up to 50lbs; lift objects weighing approximately 42lbs to shoulder height, and be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.   If you are a problem solver, have the ability to multi-task, be self-directed, and pay attention to details, this is a great position to start your career path in OHSU!
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Temporary Full-Time
Department
ONPRC
Position Category
Veterinary
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2023-26531
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 4 months ago(11/3/2023 6:11 PM)
$3,000 hiring bonus   The ST performs the delegated duties that ensure that the OR environment is safe, that equipment is cleaned and functions appropriately, and that the operative procedure is conducted under conditions that maximize patient safety.  The ST possesses expertise in the application of sterile and aseptic technique; he/she combines the knowledge of human anatomy, surgical procedures, and implementation tools and technologies to safely facilitate invasive and/or diagnostic procedures.  The ST has the ability to manage stressful/unusual situations in a positive manner, and embraces the OHSU Core Competencies (Accountability, Collaboration, Communication, Diversity, Integrity, Respect, Service Orientation, Teamwork) into his/her practice.
FTE
0.00
Position Type
Relief/Flex/Resource
Department
Perioperative Services - South Operating Room
Position Category
Allied Health
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-26495