- Ability to read and understand medical-related terms
- Ability to perform basic pharmaceutical mathematics calculations
- Skill at manipulating small objects, e.g., needles, syringes, ampules
- Ability to use mechanical system for transfer of fluids
- Knowledge of and skill at application of aseptic technique
- Ability to establish priorities in workflow
- Good interpersonal communication skills
- Ability to work under supervision of diverse Pharmacists
- Possible exposure to hazardous chemicals and noise
- Understand the difference of non-hazardous and hazardous medications; safely handle hazardous medications per regulatory guidelines
- Flexibility in scheduling of shift times
- Accountability for accuracy associated with performance of the duties to this position
- Ability to stand/walk, push or pull delivery carts, bending and reaching for 6-8 continuous hours per day
- Maintain automated dispensing cabinet movement and stock to accommodate patient needs
- Ability to manipulate dosage form devices (i.e., syringes, unit dose packaging etc)
The appointee in Psychiatry (either PHD, MD, or MD/PHD) shall conduct independent research in developmental psychopathology and mental health/illness and may provide clinical and educational services as will be determined, in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service.
- Data analyses, presentation and write-up for Oregon Health Authority and for peer-reviewed scientific publications and presentations.
- Design REDCap databases, develop data extraction processes for community sites and provide ongoing technical assistance, develop processes for importing data into REDCap, process and analyze data for quarterly and annual reports, and assist with the creation of a dashboard for presenting the information to stakeholders.
- Coordinate, train and assist research staff in data processing and analyses, and provide statistical and analytic consultation for on-going research analyses.
- Aid PI in grant writing and submission by providing preliminary data and analytic strategies.
This position will help coordinate and operate the Pharmacy Services purchasing department including generating purchase orders, procurement of pharmaceuticals, pharmacy equipment and supplies; maintaining regulatory record keeping and program requirements: inventory management- including 340B requirements and other federal and state programs, proper storage, security and distribution of products.
- Synthetic design and development of novel fluorophores to specifically highlight tissues in the body for fluorescence guided surgery.
- Attendance and presentation at lab meetings, contributions to publications as requested (writing, figures, data), contributions to applications for funding as requested (writing, figures, data.
- Presentations of successful research at one or more national or international meetings per year, as requested.
- Supervision of graduate or other students as requested.
The purpose of the Senior Clinical Research Assistant position is to support the execution of a community-based clinical research program targeting childhood obesity. The research program will involve interacting with community organizations and members in and around Portland, enrolling child participants and their parents in multiple clinical research protocols, collecting and tracking clinical information on participants, data management and basic data analysis.
This position requires independent performance of assignments of significant complexity. This position works with people at all levels of the organization and interacts with numerous internal OHSU departments and external customers. Duties and schedule may vary at any given time on as needed basis.
Contributing to papers and grant development is also expected. Some travel around the greater Portland metropolitan area will be involved. Supervision of student workers and graduate students is also expected.
- Align program initiatives with organizational vision and goals
- Communicate with staff and leaders, emphasizing team and cross-departmental focus and community partnerships.
- Incorporate equity lens and family advisory voice into programmatic design, ensuring that we engage stakeholder groups in decision-making about how to close equity gaps. Instill cultural relevance and sensitivity into program initiatives.
- Maintain current knowledge of food security issues and implications through professional development, benchmarking, and collaboration with subject matter experts. Implement changes as necessary; ensure ongoing programmatic excellence.
Maintain Internal and External Relationships and Communication
- Work with Marketing/Communications, Foundation, and others to maximize program visibility, results of our external partnerships, and fundraising activities and opportunities.
- Collaborate with key leaders and teams within DCH and with other organizations to align program development with complementary work food security.
- Facilitate and convene events to promote the program, engage and inform stakeholders and community partners (e.g., health fairs, forums, focus groups, webinars, tours, and fundraisers).
- Cultivate and enhance DCH’s community partnerships that lead to the implementation of innovative approaches to address persistent problems.
- Act as program representative and liaison to senior management, the organization, and external partners. Provide feedback and education to hospital leaders.
- Contribute to external distribution of knowledge and research about program outcomes and evidence-based practices.
- Serve as the primary point person for questions, needs and work related to the program.
- Maintain strong working relationships with community partners, including the Oregon Food Bank, local stores and donors, and other local pantries.
- Work closely with the student and employee-facing food coordinator to share best practices and resources when appropriate.
- Assist in producing quarterly reports to send to leadership.
- Assist with developing, maintaining, and improving educational content (e.g., SharePoint, family & staff flyers, webinars/conferences, and community events).
Provide Operational Day-to-Day Coordination
- Assist with maintenance of program budget processes to ensure sustainability. Ensure team completes initiatives within budget constraints.
- Demonstrate and advocate for program needs; recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve program goals (e.g., data analysis, marketing/communications, advisory board, fundraising, and administrative support).
- Supervise interns, volunteers, and students to support needs of food security and school programs. Define and communicate goals and performance objectives. Manage all supervision needs, including onboarding, orientation, coaching, and personnel issues.
- Maintaining SharePoint, shared drive, and clinic stock of printed materials.
- Be the main point person in charge of all day-to-day operations of the program, including but not limited to food operations, staffing, and record-keeping.
- Secure both donated and purchased food and supplies via the Oregon Food Bank, OHSU sites, local stores and farms, and other sources. May need to drive personal vehicle to procure items.
- Manage inventory, including stocking, storage, tracking, and distribution of food, as well as removal of expired or spoiled foods.
- Prioritize environmental sustainability, striving for minimal food waste and obtaining locally and sustainably sourced food when possible.
- Proactively learn, stay updated, and follow all cleanliness and safety standards, including for the food, equipment, and space; OSHA/safe lifting guidelines; and all COVID-related safety requirements for food handling and physical distancing.
- Manage weekly inpatient grocery orders; point-person for internal & community delivery partners.
- Collect data to assess program impact and create and share quarterly/annual reports.
- Collaborate in strategic planning with regards to food procurement and distribution, hours of operation, the identification of gaps in services, and long-term growth and planning to support families’ basic needs.
Coordination of Student Workers and Volunteers
- Recruit, train, and support Student Workers and Volunteers.
- Coordinate volunteer staffing schedules to ensure coverage for all needed operations, and fill in where needed.
- Create a culture that values and celebrates diversity of volunteers, visitors and clients, and promotes a trauma-informed and stigma-reducing atmosphere in DCH.
Research and Quality Improvement
- Assist with maintaining and collating best practice news from the field, such as literature reviews & learning networks.
- Collect data to assess program impact and create and share quarterly/annual reports for Nourish.
- Assist with implementation of food security research projects; assist with developing and strengthening collaboration between food security and other related research.
- Assist with outreach to donors, community partners, and stakeholders; develop standard way of hosting visitors/tours and develop/improve communication tools & mechanisms.
- Ensure evaluation and project commitments are being met by collaborative partners and team members.
This position is under the supervision of the Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology, Oregon Health & Science University, Casey Eye Institute. The primary duties include: providing comprehensive eye care to glaucoma patients of the University Hospital affiliated clinics and hospitals and approved satellite locations; engaging in public service through consultative activities with non-university groups as approved by Department Chair; providing staffing to residents seeing patients in the glaucoma clinic; teaching medical students, residents, fellows, and house staff in glaucoma and patient care and research within the subspecialty; This position has the opportunity to implement research and/or special programs based on the needs of the population and in conjunction with Casey faculty based on the interests of the candidate.
Clinical: Clinic schedule will be assigned by departmental leadership (Chair, Department of Ophthalmology). Clinical activities will be providing care to glaucoma patients. A minimum of 6 half-day clinic and surgical sessions will be held per week. Clinical support will include full-time ophthalmic technicians to assist in the care of patients with glaucoma. Surgery will be performed at the Casey Eye Institute with both pediatric and adult anesthesia available.
Education: OHSU is a teaching facility and you will be expected to teach medical students and residents through assigned lectures during the course of the year. Full engagement with all teaching activities including resident case conferences, journal clubs, grand rounds and CME events will be facilitated through virtual platforms and periodic in-person attendance at the Casey Eye Institute in Portland, OR.
Research: There are resources available for start-up research and on-going support via established processes and opportunities. Faculty interested in doing research may be eligible to apply for departmental research assistance and non-clinical time through the Director of Research. Research addressing efforts to improve access to care in rural and under resourced communities and populations is a high Departmental priority and will be actively supported.
Administration: Administrative and other duties may be assigned based on department needs and your areas of expertise and interest. There will be opportunities to participate in departmental management and to serve on institutional committees.
The Research Assistant will support the ongoing and newly funded research projects in the Infectious Disease laboratory in the Division of Pathobiology at the Oregon National Primate Research Center of OHSU. The incumbent will perform a variety of hands-on procedures with non-human primates and will assist and perform laboratory procedures. Additional duties include sample collection, data entry and reporting of observations to supervisors. Assistant will contribute to general lab support duties, including cleaning, stocking and maintenance of laboratory supplies and equipment.
Food and Nutrition Services Supervisor are responsible for 24 hours a day/365 days a year oversight of operation assigned.
Food and Nutrition Services Supervisor manage operations with aggregate budgetary responsibilities/expenditures of;
- $1.5 to $3 million in annual revenue or more
- Supervise staff producing 1000-1200 patients meals per day in a room service model
- Directly supervise large numbers of employees (typically up to 30 hourly team members)
Responsibilities include (but are not limited to);
- Direct in unit supervision of operations, Patient and Retail Services, on a continual basis. Assuring the highest standards of customer service, cleanliness, food quality and operation excellence
- Developing schedules and work outlines for hourly staff. Classifications of staff include: Cooks, Cashiers, Baristas, Food Service Workers, RSA, MSA, Call Center Communication Specialists [add as needed]
- Interviewing and hiring new employees, training, disciplinary action as needed in accordance with institutional standards and collective bargaining agreement, organizing employees and assigning duties
- Supervising meal periods, monitoring guest service levels. Supervise all aspects of Patient Room Service Program and Retail locations.
- Conducting employee evaluations
- Monitoring Occupational Safety and Health Administration guidelines, ensuring compliance with county and state health department rules and regulations, enforcing and monitoring Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point food safety and sanitation program
- Implementing special projects and supporting planned events
- Monitoring departmental costs and taking corrective action when needed. Developing new business concepts (includes business planning, design, menu development)
The Therapeutic Interventional (TI) Clinical Research Assistant (formerly known as Clinical Research Coordinator) is responsible for the overall management of clinical trials. This may include:
- Working with the regulatory management team to complete all regulatory documentation in accordance with their role as required by the OHSU IRB and sponsor
- Creation of study trackers and organization tools
- Assisting in the verification of patient eligibility
- Development of data collection instruments and assistance with regulatory
- Data entry
- Assurance of conduct of protocol in accordance with applicable NCI and FDA guidelines
- Maintenance of study patient records and source documentation
- Coordinating orders, scheduling and study drug administration with the clinical team
- Supporting clinical care team with completion of research required tests and assessments
- Act as liaison between research protocol and clinic staff, pharmacy, and research participants
- Ensuring that patient billing is accurate and assisting manager and financial team in verifying appropriate clinical trial billing. Participation in patient consenting
- Support and periodic coverage to and across study teams, as delegated by the Clinical Research Manager. This includes, but is not limited to: assisting with maintaining regulatory documents, patient visits and study assessments (e.g., ECGs, vitals, specimen collection, management and shipping, etc.), requesting medical records, and other study related tasks, as needed.
The TI Clinical Research Assistant will have direct patient contact, process biological samples, and may perform other non-invasive testing such as ECGs. The TI Clinical Research Assistant will also assist in the continuing education of physicians, residents, interns, nurses and other related personnel with regards to knowledge of clinical trials and activities.
- Performs receiving, stocking, data entry, picking, delivery, and functions as necessary to ensure required daily tasks are completed on time, and sufficiently, to meet the customer’s needs for medical supplies and linen.
- Performs requirements of, and maintains compliance with, organizational guidelines and policies.
- Stocks and empties Scrub Avail dispensers, and empties chute rooms as necessary to ensure an accurate and adequate supply of scrubs and linen are available to meet customer needs.
- Performs preventive maintenance functions of the Pyxis/ParEx supply machines/areas as necessary to ensure accurate restocking and patient charging.
- Maintains a clean, safe, and efficient working environment; Shelves: ensures shelves are properly erected, clean, neat, properly stocked, and marked with product information.
- Housekeeping: ensures the warehouse is clean, packaging removed, and non-stock products are neatly arranged.
- Facilities: ensures facility deficiencies are reported.
- Equipment: provides proper care and regular services to equipment, logs, and reports deficiencies.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Maintains knowledge of, adheres to, and knows the locations for, departmental policy, procedure, safety, and MSDS manuals.
- Maintain special equipment as assigned i.e. tire chains, inclement weather accessories, tire jacks, etc. Performs emergency roadside service to vehicles such as changing a flat tire.
Plans and supervises student lab and/or clinical experiences or practicum based on teaching assignment.
Engages in professional activities related to interest and expertise and participates in scholarly productivity that meets the school’s promotion and tenure requirements by faculty rank. For 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. For faculty in the research mission, advances a program of research, prepares grants and seeks funding, and engages with other missions to foster inquiry within the SON.
Provides effective didactic and simulation based instruction based on teaching assignment. Uses appropriate instructional technologies to ensure that course outcomes are met. Participates collaboratively in the development, implementation, and evaluation of curriculum. Seeks to improve educational delivery modalities to improve student outcomes. Mentors and advises students. At the doctoral level, supervises students in dissertation and/or clinical inquiry projects.
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 and provides leadership in local, state, or national organizations.
The appointee provides 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 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 duties of this position include:
- The position will work with the Orthopaedic spine physicians to provide support and coordinate patient care.
- Overall responsibilities include accountability for planning, coordination, and delivery of clinical services within the multi-disciplinary Orthopaedic/Neurological Spine Center.
- This position works closely with surgeons, physicians and rehabilitation providers in planning and executing the multi-disciplinary spine program.
- The position provides leadership and guidance in the area of outpatient care and clinical support operations, with some potential for inpatient activity for the Spine Center.
- Works in conjunction with the Department Chairman, Vice-Chair, Department Administrator, and Spine Center Medical Directors to provide services to further the University’s mission and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service and the Department’s/Hospital’s goal of providing effective, efficient care.
- Provides clinical modeling and education to departmental staff and house staff as outlined.
The APP delivers preventive, primary and acute healthcare services to individuals of all ages; provides advanced education to students, peers and others; and contributes to new knowledge with the option of participating in research activities. This position will be providing clinical support for multiple locations, including our main campus and off-site clinic locations. Surgical first assist support and some inpatient rounding and discharge will be provided at our partner site, Hillsboro Medical Center.
- Independently evaluates new patients in the clinic and follow-up visits with physician oversight and monitoring as needed.
- Developing patient care plans to ensure continuity of care and enhance quality of orthopedic spine outpatient care.
- Performs preoperative evaluations for orthopedic spine procedures.
- Manage health care and wound care during acute and chronic phases of spine treatment.
- Coordinate ancillary services, such as radiology; Promote and maintain health through the use of ancillary services, educational materials and counseling of patients and families.
- Document plan of care in medical record (EMR).
- Daily updates to referring providers by phone, e-mail, and fax.
- Resource to inpatient nursing and rehabilitation staff and spine providers with regard to orthopedic spine patient care.
- Responds to prescription refills and refill/justification for durable medical equipment.
- Track laboratory results, culture results and arrange for initiation of treatment or changes in treatment.
- Place hospital pre-procedure orders.
- Manages pre-operative medical clearance evaluations and follow- up on recommendations.
Other clinical duties include, but is not limited to: surgical assist in the OR as needed; developing and implementing, in conjunction with faculty physicians, clinical plans of care and/or protocols for spine inpatients with common conditions/diagnoses/procedures; educating the housestaff and nursing unit staff on these protocols if requested by provider, with the goal of enhancing quality of care, enhancing quality of patient service, and decreasing length of inpatient stay when needed; participating with hospital/unit staff in evaluating results of these protocols and continually improving effectiveness; working actively with hospital and unit staff to rapidly develop and implement discharge plans for spine inpatients and to address any length of stay issues.
Utilizing an interdisciplinary approach in patient education in the outpatient and inpatient settings. This patient education consists of, but not limited to:
- Multi-disciplinary spine screening, diagnosis, disease process and medical management.
- Preprocedural preparation and post-procedural care
- Working with Nursing Education to develop, approve, and distribute patient education materials.
Support OHSU’s academic missions by participating in the design, development and assessment of program curriculum for professional specialty area; including course objectives, instructional methods, learning outcomes, projects and assessment measures. Teach program courses as needed according to specified learning outcomes; academic advising and career related counseling for students; monitoring student retention and identifying and assisting at-risk students. May serve as the faculty of record and principle contact for extern placements and student’s performance at the assigned site.
Participates in ongoing education of staff including but not limited to: Organization of inservices for pertinent clinical population, inservice training for identified procedures, and issues regarding quality patient care. Participates in the education of medical, nursing and physician assistant students and residents by participation in conferences and on the job teaching in the inpatient and outpatient settings.
Support OHSU’s research and scholarship missions by participating in the development and implementation of research projects. This may include but is not limited to obtaining patient reported outcomes during clinical care, treating patients involved in research studies, obtaining consent, and facilitating protocols. There will be opportunities to further develop this aspect of the applicants work depending on desire and capability.
Deliver individual instruction to support fellows, residents and other clinical learners to support their personal program of learning in the applicable specialty area. Provide instruction and review of the practices, policies and procedures in a variety of functions; including but not limited to development of treatment plans, interpretation of clinical diagnostic data; developing orders; patient and family communication and education; management of medical equipment, electronic medical records; performing procedures, and transitioning patients to the next level of care. Assures adherence to the specialty specific protocols, best practices, quality, and organizational indicators. Provides input to the performance of the resident as a provider in the clinical setting.
Keep abreast of changes in field and applies knowledge to identify and recommend enhancements to clinical quality, patient experience/satisfaction, length of stay and to achieve improvement that demonstrates a higher standard of care. Assesses and recommends initiatives to improve performance indicators related to patient experience, quality, and costs.
- The RN coordinator collaborates with other members of the Digestive Health Center to ensure that patient flow is expedited both during clinical visits and during remote interactions
- Provide initial support and reinforce instructions given to patients; provide general and specific education as appropriate
- Coordinates and implements the patient’s plan of care thru the entire care continuum; from the initiation of the referral through the entire surgical course
- Ensure referring providers and their offices receive care plans and patient updates as needed
- Collaborate with other multidisciplinary team members (radiology, interventional radiology, oncology, nutrition) as needed
- Triages all urgent patient calls; uses standing orders to manage patient care when appropriate
- Triage result pools and assists with follow-up and treatment plans
- Provides surveillance tracking for oncology patients
- Assesses lab and other diagnostic test results to anticipate potential changes in status and communicates those diagnostic test results to the providers
- Clarifies and accurately executes provider orders, per established protocol
- Recognizes and effectively responds to emergencies. Speaks with Providers directly in all emergency situations.
- Assesses patient/family status and needs both actual and potential according to established standards.
- Assists with appropriate program placement if needed.
- Acts as a patient advocate, preserving basic patients and family rights.
- Demonstrates knowledge of practice specific standards of care in actual performance.
- Recognizes ethical issues and takes appropriate action in the provision of care.
- Maintains current knowledge of pharmacology and competency in modes of administration.
- Participates in multidisciplinary patient care conferences such as tumor boards as appropriate.
- Assists in the development of multidisciplinary treatment protocols and algorithms.
- Communicates regularly with the Manager of AODs, Nursing Division Directors, Nurse Managers and professional and support services leadership for the purpose of mutual information sharing, planning and problem solving.
- Submits daily AOD report to hospital administration, summarizing hospital operations for previous 24 hours. Communicates any necessary follow-up needs with oncoming AOD. Utilizes chain of resolution including engaging the Healthcare Administrator on Call (HAOC) when necessary.
- Works closely with the Physician on Duty, Patient Placement Office, Emergency Communications Center, charge nurses, nursing and non-nursing leadership and referring and accepting physicians to facilitate patient placement in all inpatient care areas and maintain access to the hospital for Oregonians and others in and beyond our region
- Minimizes divert protocols while ensuring safe and optimal utilization of healthcare resources.
- Activates the Healthcare Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and serves as the initial Incident Commander in the event of a disaster until leadership relief is designated in the EOC. Collaborates with the HAOC and key stakeholders to coordinate an appropriate scalable response to disasters, threats, or other emergencies that could impact healthcare operations.
- Collaborates with Facilities Management to ensure timely/safe infrastructure repairs to maintain patient care operations.
- Collaborates and communicates with university stakeholders when Modified Operations may be indicated. Collaborates with appropriate missions and departments to implement the Modified Operations Plan.
- Collaborates with Department of Public Safety to ensure safety to institution, patients, visitors, and employees.
- Monitors for situations that may pose a risk to the organizations physical and financial resources and communicates with hospital Risk Management.
- Serves as a liaison between media relations, patients and hospital staff.
- Initiates and participates in debriefing support as appropriate.
- Acts as a trained evaluator for drug and alcohol use of employees at work and initiates appropriate intervention with an employee suspected of violating hospital policy or professional responsibilities.
- Maintains understanding of current bargaining agreements as pertain to possible impairment in the workplace, intervening as needed to ensure safety and respect for persons
- Actively seeks resolution to interdepartmental problems utilizing principles of conflict management and the chain of resolution.
- Identifies and communicates educational opportunities of other team members to appropriate leadership.
- Facilitates understanding of how the AOD role coordinates and collaborates with other key roles in the organization (e.g. shadowing opportunities, attending committee or team meetings).
Serves as a trained organ/eye/tissue requestor, coordinates, facilitates, and participates in donation discussions with next of kin, and collaborates with external donation agencies.
Collaborates with the Decedent Affairs Coordinator to ensure completion of all required end of life documentation and activities, discussing and consenting for OHSU autopsies, referring appropriate cases to the medical examiner, coordinating post-mortem procedures, communicating with funeral homes, and supporting research initiatives related to the Decedent Affairs Program.
Provides Patient Advocate services in crisis situations in collaboration with Patient Relations, social work and the medical team, and serves as a liaison to other managers regarding these issues
Collaborates in the setting of annual department goals to align with nursing, healthcare and university strategic initiatives.
Participates in the implementation of interventions to meet annual goals
Assists staff in adhering to the daily staffing plan, makes appropriate and fiscally responsible changes, and works closely with the Centralized Staffing Office to communicate staffing needs for current and upcoming shifts.
Escalates capacity, flow, and pertinent patient care issues through the tiered huddle structure or Mission Control leadership team.
Monitors for inappropriate inter-hospital transfer requests and collaborates with key stakeholders, including the POD and Case Management.
Identifies and communicates trends or system barriers to expediting flow and resource utilization to meet patient needs.
Identifies areas of safety and quality risk, offers recommendations to reduce risk and improve outcomes.
Uses current research findings and other evidence to expand clinical knowledge, enhance role performance, and increase knowledge of profession issues.
In collaboration with appropriate leadership, trends and investigates safety and quality concerns to understand and address the root cause of errors or adverse events.
Communicates learning to disseminate best practices.
Supports a workflow process that builds a culture of safety.
Evaluates practice in relation to professional practice standards and existing evidence.
Promotes 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.
Project and Portfolio Management Standard, Processes, Templates, and Tools: Works with the OHSU project management community to define standards, processes, templates, and tools to facilitate and coordinate delivery of a complex program of work that includes many separate, but interconnected projects.
- Define and implement project management standards, processes, and templates to facilitate the coordinated delivery of multiple projects under a complex program of work, including consolidated dashboards for senior leaders to highlight project and program level status, risks, and issues
- Define and implement standards and processes related to the use of MedePM as an enterprise performance management tool
- Define and implement standards, templates, and processes related to the use of Smartsheet as a project and portfolio management tool
- Work with project managers to complete periodic project health checks
- Provide mentoring and guidance for less experienced project managers
- Deliver training related to the tools, templates, processes, and standards defined by the Enterprise Project Management Office
Project Management: Works with both internal and external resources to collaboratively plan, organize, and coordinate large scale, complex projects as assigned.
- Develops project scope documents, feasibility studies, cost benefit analyses, resource requirements, project cost estimates, and critical success factors.
- Coordinates the identification of project team members - assigns project tasks to internal and external team members and assures completion on schedule
- Schedules, prepares relevant meeting materials, and conducts project team progress meetings to review project progress
- Manages project scope and budget
- Develops complete project plan with dependencies and critical path tasks identified
- Develops and communicates design alternatives, recommends solutions, and communicates constraints to project team and end users.
- Leads development of project risk assessment and risk mitigation plans and project change control plans and procedures.
- Performs post-implementation reviews to measure critical success factors.
- Acts as the advocate for both EPMO and the user community to present and/or assess project-related solutions and tools for implementation of new solutions
- Uses all relevant processes including project management systems, trouble ticket systems, service outage calendars, email, phone trees, paging systems and other communications tools as relevant
- Works with customers and other units to clearly communicate operational status, task status, goals, timelines, and project deliverables
- Identifies project completion milestones and task milestones and reports to management when they are not met or at risk.
- Leverages a team environment to work with and provide feedback and accurate technical information to engineers and administrators in other groups working to identify and resolve issues
- Defines and writes clear and succinct documentation related to projects, as necessary
- Uses professional written and speaking skills to successfully build positive relationships among customers, co-workers and vendors
Strategic Planning: Participates in the development of short and long-range strategic information systems plans to support OHSU’s strategic plan. Assists with annual budgeting process as needed.
This position is currently 100% telework/remote and may include remote work long-term. Candidate must be able to work from home full-time initially.
This position is under the supervision of Dr. Aimee Pierce who serves as the clinic director, research clinical core lead, and clinical trials director at the Layton Aging & Alzheimer’s Disease Center. The Research Nurse is responsible for conducting cognitive neurology research study visits including recruitment and screening of volunteers, conduct of study visits, data entry; ensuring integrity and quality of protocol procedures and resultant data, maintaining regulatory compliance and documentation, managing investigational drugs and supplies. This position will also assist with providing backup for clinic duties: providing and assuring the highest standards of dementia care for patients enrolled in multiple clinical research protocols and/or the Memory Clinic; coordinating with clinic team members to ensure coverage and smooth, implementing nursing interventions and follow-up care; assisting providers and family in symptom management and in identifying community resources; maintaining comprehensive Epic/MyChart documentation.
- Lead a team of resources through various IT implementation
- Identify & manage the implementation’s impact on other programs and projects
Project management oversight
- Working with teams across ITG, OHSU and OHSU Health leadership and key stakeholders, oversee IT healthcare projects
- Coach resources who will lead discovery meetings, document requirements, develop project plans, resource work, and coordinate execution.
- Ensure projects are on track and on budget, and that customers receive timely communication about the status of projects and emerging risks; provide regularly scheduled project updates to leadership.
- Review project metrics and evaluation plans, and ensure implementation meets goals and objectives.
Communications and change management
- Promote and facilitate teamwork and maintain high level of satisfaction within project team members throughout project lifecycle (planning, execution, monitoring/control, and closing).
- Utilize change management and facilitation strategies to ensure team buy-in, championship, and shared accountability.
- Communicates project information to project stakeholders, management, and executive leadership.
Web application development and maintenance
- The primary responsibility of this position is to architect, implement, and maintain features and functionality across multiple content management systems and custom web applications.
- For advanced troubleshooting and technical advice, this position may also provide direct support to internal customers.
- This position also evaluates the risks and opportunities of applications to help inform the team’s priorities and to help advise developers across OHSU.
- As a member of a small team of developers and web engineers, this position will contribute to a collaborative, DevOps culture that emphasizes continuous improvement.
- This includes contributing to coding standards, processes, and policies related to security, performance, long-term sustainability of applications, the development life cycle, and other elements of OHSU’s web infrastructure.
Quality assurance: reviews and testing
- This position participates in the team’s collaborative QA process: reviewing and responding to code reviews, writing automated tests, contributing to manual test plans, identifying dependencies and risks, creating mitigation plans, and conducting testing.
This position is currently 100% telework/remote and may include remote work long-term. Candidate must be able to work from home full-time initially.