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Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(10/11/2023 1:44 PM)
Schedule patient appointments: - The PAS also work in the Call Center within the CWH. In the Call Center, the PAS answers the incoming phone calls. They are scheduling appointments, sending in-basket and Telephone encounters to Nurse and Providers via the Epic system. They also will arrange patient transportation through OHSU's internal transportation systems when necessary and accommodate other special needs whenever possible (Language interpreters, Hearing impaired Interpreters, etc.). The PAS are also involved in obtaining prior medical records and images if appropriate. If needed, they follow-up and track requests for outside records. Customer Service: - Provide high quality customer service to both external customers (patients, referring providers, insurance carriers) and internal customers (OHSU health care providers, staff) that meets or exceeds the service standards of the health care industry. This duty includes prompt and professional communication efforts, face-to-face customer contact skills, crisis management, standard complaint processing, flexible coverage of internal and external service needs, and the continuous application of process improvement methods and skills. Document accurately telephone calls from patients regarding requests for medication refills, complaints, general information inquiries, and urgent health care concerns.  Check patients in: -  When the patient arrives for their appointment, the PAS greets the patients and confirm that an appointment has been kept. They will inspect insurance cards and/or authorization notices. Identify and collect deductible payments, co-payments, and deposits on services; provide receipts and complete necessary accounting procedures. Explain and satisfy any necessary patient signature requirements, verifies the demographics, Insurance, and appointment time. The PAS will also have the patient sign needed paperwork, and check the patient into the Epic Cadence system. The PAS may need to talk with the patient about Research Studies happening in the CWH, among other general information the patient may need. The PAS is also communicating with the Clinical Staff so they can communicate if Providers are running late, or need something additional from the patient.
FTE
0.60
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
Center for Women's Health
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-26179
Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Posted Date 5 months ago(10/11/2023 1:35 PM)
The Veterinary Pathologist works within the Pathology Services Unit (PSU) in the Division of Animal Resources and Research Support and provides advanced comparative pathology services to ONPRC core scientists, veterinarians, OHSU affiliates, and external investigators. The ONPRC maintains state of the art pathology facilities with Animal Biosafety Levels-2, 2+ and 3 necropsy suites, an excellent veterinary electronic health record system, highly trained pathology support staff and on-site clinical pathology and histology laboratories.  The facility provides the unique opportunity to work with nonhuman primates (NHP) and develop highly applicable skills that translate across multiple disciplines in a collaborative, healthy work environment.   This position offers a unique opportunity to provide services in both diagnostic pathology and research support. The Veterinary Pathologist performs and oversees post mortem examinations of NHP and prepares pathology reports (gross and microscopic) which include interpretation of clinical pathology, microbiology, and other ancillary test results. The position supports ONPRC researchers performing gross necropsies, histologic examination, and study review; by participating in study design and interpretation; and contributing to collaborative publications. The Veterinary Pathologists works closely with clinicians, providing diagnostic services through necropsy and biopsy evaluation. The pathology unit serves as a local and national resource for expertise in NHP pathology. Our archives provide decades of valuable resource to support publication and research pursuits, dedicated time for both is provided. The Veterinary Pathologist participates in the dissemination of findings through publications in peer-reviewed journals, scientific meeting presentations, virtual seminars and slide conferences, and innovative resources such as the Primate Pathology Image Database (PPID).  The pathology team works with the research and veterinary community through collaborative relationships with investigators, the National Primate Research Center Consortium Pathology Working Group and New Model Development Group, Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine and others, providing access to a large network of pathology and research expertise.   The Veterinary Pathologist will work with two Board Certified Veterinary Pathologists, each with over 25 years of experience in comparative pathology and expertise in nonhuman primates. ONPRC pathologists are exceptional mentors and are excited to welcome and share their expertise with another enthusiastic pathologist. The chosen candidate will have training and leadership opportunities at all career levels, including mentorship for the Veterinary Prosector, Necropsy Technicians and pre and post graduate veterinarians through campus externships and the Oregon State Laboratory Animal Residency Consortium (OSLAMRC). Qualified candidates will oversee a post graduate one-year training position in nonhuman primate pathology.   The successful candidate for this position will have experience working in a research and/or diagnostic veterinary environment. The pathologist will work well both as a team member and individually. The position requires excellent communication skills in written and oral formats. Prioritizing multiple tasks, projects, and competing deadlines are essential parts of this position. The duties involve handling and processing of biological samples with potentially infectious agents including Macacine herpesvirus 1, working at Animal Biosafety Levels 2 and 3, and working with potentially hazardous chemical agents. Candidates must have the ability to wear required personal protective equipment including powered air purifying respirator (PAPR), to carry and lift up to 20lbs, and be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation. Work-life balance is important to us. To meet the needs of the successful candidate, flexible work hours and remote work opportunities are available.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC)
Position Category
Veterinary
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2021-12638
Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Posted Date 5 months ago(10/10/2023 5:04 PM)
This position will coordinate and manage research projects to satisfy scientific objectives in the Burwitz Lab. Coordinates design, implementation, and evaluation of various research projects with active management of expectations, timelines, and deliverables through facilitation and coordination of steps. This coordinator will track and report milestones to the faculty and may assist in developing research, participates in professional conferences, and provide public relations support.   This position is a key piece of the outcomes for ongoing research endeavors. May provide specialized administrative support such as day-to-day administration of a broad range of programs and activities of a research center. Additionally, they may organize in service training, conferences and workshops. May provide recommendations and process/tools development to support objectives. Additional duties as assigned.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC)
Position Category
Research
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2023-26146
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(10/10/2023 3:02 PM)
Department: School of Medicine, Knight Community Oncology Reports to: Section Chief, Community Oncology Title: OHSU Clinical Associate (eligible for Clinical Assistant Professor) Position Summary: 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 will have responsibility for overseeing the Breast Cancer Program at our Community Hematology & Medical Oncology practices. While clinic responsibilities most likely will be focused at the Good Samaritan and Meridian Park locations, this Breast Cancer Specialist will be responsible for establishing and deploying consistent clinical standards across the community locations (in total five sites). The Breast Cancer Specialist collaborates with the Breast Program at OHSU’s main campus to ensure consistent clinical standards and to work to deploy clinical trials in our community sites. While the Breast specialist has a specific focus, as a community hematologist oncologist the physicians are considered generalists and may see other patient types. The position includes primarily outpatient coverage, but on-call coverage across the group is required. Teaching and Research pursuits are expected, including clinical teaching of fellows in a community based longitudinal clinic and clinical trial participation.   Key Responsibilities - Support of the mission, goals and objectives of OHSU, The Knight Cancer Institute, The Division of Hematology and Medical Oncology which includes the Community Hematology Oncology (CHO) Section and the School of Medicine. - Care of patients with hematologic and oncologic disease at the Northwest Portland/Good Samaritan and Tualatin/Meridian Park locations. - Participate with other Division and CHO staff and provider teams as needed. - Participate in administrative committees and councils of OHSU, Legacy and other community partners as approved by the Division Head and Section Chief. - Engage in public service through consultative activities with non-university groups with knowledge and consent of the Division Head and Section Chief. - Participate, as desired, in the education of medical students and house staff. - Assure that every patient has an opportunity to be considered for a clinical trial.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Knight Cancer Institute, Division of Hematology and Medical Oncology, Community Oncology setting
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-25527
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(10/9/2023 11:17 AM)
Clinical: This role will be 100% focused in the Heart Failure ambulatory practice - with flexibility to meet patient (inpatient) care needs, as required. - Evaluation and management of patients with acute and chronic systolic and diastolic heart failure. - Outpatient management of chronic and acute heart failure, and palliative management of end stage heart failure. - Ambulatory management of patients before and after advanced heart failure therapies. - Ambulatory management of patients with chronic heart failure that are not candidates for advanced heart failure therapies. - Participation in Heart Failure team conferences, listing meetings, clinic conferences. - Assist in generation and maintenance of order sets and other tools to facilitate Heart Failure best practices. - Management of patients with heart failure that are living with durable mechanical circulatory support, implantable PA pressor sensors, and/or long-term inotropic therapy. - Ability to provide guidance to RN’s working on the heart failure team and provide clinical expertise and mentorship. - Ability to work with the broader heart team providers and primary care cardiologists and physicians in a collaborative model to coordinate complex and team based care. Administrative responsibilities: - Participation in Heart Failure team conferences and professional activities. Education: -  OHSU is a teaching institution and as a faculty member, you are expected to provide mentorship and direction to students, residents, fellows and staff. Administration: - Administrative duties may be assigned to you in support of Institute or section initiatives, faculty development and/or other activities as determined necessary.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Knight Cardiovascular Institute
Position Category
Advanced Practice Provider
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-22506
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(10/6/2023 3:04 PM)
This position is for a Senior Research Assistant in the Knight Cardiovascular Institute, supporting research focused on coronary physiology (microcirculation) and vascular biology. Applicant must have previous research laboratory experience with handing rodents. They will be required to manage rodent colonies, genotype rodents using PCR, perform immunohistochemistry and assist in surgery. Other technical expertise required will include western blotting, managing cell cultures, and performing ELISA experiments.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Knight Cardiovascular Institute
Position Category
Research
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-26116
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(10/6/2023 12:46 PM)
Operations: - Answering and dispatching all EVS 24/hr pager requests. Assists with dispatching EVS techs where needed. Manages heavy call volume through the shift. - Familiar with numerous guidelines, instructions, regulations, manuals and procedures. - Must work with multiple supervisors and admin staff on multiple shifts. - Must be able to communicate in a manner which conveys a level of graciousness and professionalism representing the EVS department. - Communicate in person and over the phone with a wide variety of individuals including employees, patients, patient family members and disgruntled staff members. Defuse upset persons using good communication skills. - Must communicate effectively with Mission Control team. - Attends Mission Control Huddle. - Maintains a working knowledge of the hospital bed tracking system (Epic) and and notifies supervisors of issues, tracks and sends information for breaks and lunch times of EVS staff. - Uss epic to manage bedflow to assign beds, page EVS techs and monitor delayed breaks and lunches. - Maintains a working knowledge of GE Tiles and reports response times to supervisors. - Uses GE tile to manage bedflow and bed prioritization. - Uses GE tile to monitor and report to supervisors on delayed transit times, and delayed cleaning times. - Daily Reporting out to EVS leadership using EVS Expeditor Worksheet - Able to work independently, using judgment to make decisions or select a course of action based on OHSU policies, and procedures within the department operations. Reporting: - Uses Epic software to pull reports and extract data. The data is then manipulated and put into Excel spreadsheets to manage response, clean, room turn times and break and meal times. - Uses GE Tile software to pull reports and extract data. - Creates and maintains routine spreadsheets, track various EVS projects. - Create or revise EVS procedures to improve and expedite work flow. Create spreadsheets using data from Epic for reporting purposes. Quality and Safety: - Assist staff compliance to the standard work by monitoring and reporting to supervisors. - Submit work orders for maintenance repairs as needed. - Demonstrated ability to manage sensitive information regarding employees and patients at OHSU
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Environmental Services
Position Category
Administrative/Office Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-20107
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(10/4/2023 9:45 AM)
- Reporting & Variance Analysis: Utilizing OHSU financial systems, prepares monthly financial reports with variance analysis including recommendations for mediating negative trends. Re-forecasts actual financial performance based on changing business conditions. Prepares monthly financial reports for Directors and Managers under the Provost and SVPR together with an executive summary for the Director of Budge & Finance. Under the direction of Director, prepares cost benefit analysis, risk analysis, new program pro-formas. - General accounting duties: Duties include Labor Distribution (LD), data entry, ledger reconciliation, variance reporting and investigating, maintenance of faculty funding profiles (current & pending funds), account & expense documentation, data management, development & implementation of accounting procedures, anticipation & preparation of appropriate post-award paperwork (cost transfers, JEs, sub-award request forms, prior approval forms, accelerated spending forms, etc), monitoring & resolving open POs & invoices on hold, anticipation & preparation of appropriate paperwork for new accounts.  Includes working with appropriate offices at OHSU (Provost, SVPR, A/P, Purchasing, etc) to resolve accounting issues. - Prepares Department Budget and serves as a financial resource by understanding all department commitments, tracking commitments, and ensuring that department financial goals are met.  Includes preparing operating and capital budget, being knowledgeable about budget policies by interacting with Provost’s Office & CFS to prepare budget, understanding & ensuring adherence to faculty compensation plan, preparing financial forecasts with a variety of variables & scenarios, tracking expenses, variance reporting & investigating, reconciliations, preparing financial statements/reports/projections, and providing oral & written financial advice for health of departments to Director of Budget & Finance. - Provides oral & written advice/recommendations to requisitioners, office staff, faculty, & lab personnel in financial matters including but not limited to SPA, A/P, Purchasing (includes p-card), Oracle, Provost’s Office, & CFS policies and procedures. - Prepares POs, LD transfers, p-card request forms, Oracle access forms, special financial reports as specified by Department Administrator & Char.  Also serves as Effort coordinator. - Process financial transactions including disbursements, reimbursements, p-card reconciliations, invoice payments, and departmental purchasing - Other related duties 
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Academic Affairs-Finance & Admin
Position Category
Accounting/Finance
HR Mission
Academics
Requisition ID
2023-21995
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(10/3/2023 6:24 PM)
Principal clinical activity will be providing care in the Uveitis and Clinical Ocular Immunology Division.  
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Casey Eye Institute, Department of Ophthalmology
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2021-9207
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/29/2023 7:01 PM)
Dr. Agarwal and her team for over past 15 years focusing on identifying novel signaling pathways that are requisite for leukemia initiation, clonal evolution, and drug resistance.  This position will be a hybrid between wet lab and computational disciplines, with a dedicated mentorship in both areas. The new team member will help lead the project focused on understanding the mechanisms of leukemia initiation and drug resistance in a context dependent manner.  The project will use variety of advanced molecular biology techniques, CRISPR methods along with single cell transcriptomic, epigenetic, and genomic profiling in premalignant and malignant models using murine and human cells in vitro and in vivo. The candidate should also be able to perform complex data analysis, along with downstream analyses using computational approaches. Applicants will need to possess strong technical and organizational skills as well as the ability to manage an independent project.   A PhD and 1-2 years of post-graduate research experience in the relevant field. They are likely to have deep expertise in a singular area of focus but may also have worked as boundary spanners across multiple fields. Laboratory and/or computational experience in the field of molecular/cellular biology, cancer biology or a related field is preferred. Experience with sequencing library preparation, epigenetics, flow cytometry, or murine models of disease would be especially beneficial. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Achieving this position requires that the researcher have demonstrated a satisfactory track record of scholarly activity including high-quality peer-reviewed publications. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who is capable and willing to make maximum use of excellent facilities and a productive environment.   The OHSU Knight Cancer Institute is a pioneer in personalized cancer treatment and research, led by Dr. Brian Druker, whose development of Gleevec transformed Chronic Myeloid Leukemia from a fatal disease to a manageable one and proved that targeted therapies can work. The institute focuses on precision oncology, the early detection, prevention, and treatment of cancer, and creating a welcoming and supportive environment for its caregivers, researchers, and support personnel. Knight affiliates subscribe to three guiding principles: we are bold, we are supportive, and we work as a connected team in our fight to end cancer as we know it.  We’d love for you to join us!   Relevant publications for the position are below: - Yang F, Long N, Anekpuritanang T, Bottomly D, Savage JC, Lee T, Solis-Ruiz J, Borate U, Wilmot B, Tognon C, Bock AM, Pollyea DA, Radhakrishnan S, Radhakrishnan S, Patel P, Collins RH, Tantravahi S, Deininger MW, Fan G, Druker B, Shinde U, Tyner JW, Press RD, McWeeney S, Agarwal A*. Identification and prioritization of myeloid malignancy germline variants in a large cohort of adult AML patients. Blood. 2022, 139(8): 1208-1221 PMC9211447, *Corresponding author. Prospective in ASH Clinical News, Selected for Podcast and Commentary in Blood 2022. - Kurtz S, Eide CA, Kaempf A, Long N, Bottomly D, Nikolova O, Druker BJ, McWeeney SK, Tyner JW, Agarwal A.Associating Ex Vivo Drug Sensitivity with Differentiation Status Identifies Effective Drug Combinations for Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Blood Advances 2022, 6(10): 3062-3067. - Hosseini MH, Kurtz SE, Abdelhamed S, Mahmood S, Davare, MA, Kaempf A, Elferich J, McDermott JE, Liu T, Payne SH, Shinde U, Rodland KD, Mori M, Druker BJ, Singer JK, Agarwal A. Inhibition of interleukin-1 receptor-associated kinase-1 is a therapeutic strategy for acute myeloid leukemia subtypes. Leukemia. 2018, 32(11):2374-87. PMC6558520 - Carey A, Edwards D, Eide C A, Newell L, Traer E, Medeiros B, Pollyea DA, Deininger MW, Collins R, Tyner J W, Druker B J, Bagby G C, McWeeney S, Agarwal A*. Identification of interleukin-1 by functional screening as a key mediator of cellular expansion and disease progression in acute myeloid leukemia. Cell Reports. 2017, 18(13):3204-18. PMC5437102 - Agarwal A, Bolosky BJ, Wilson DB, Eide CA, Olson SB, Fan G, Druker BJ. Differentiation of leukemic blasts is not completely blocked in acute myeloid leukemia. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2019, 116(49):24593-24599. PMC690050. * Co-corresponding Author- Highlighted in “In This Issue PNAS”. - Bottomly D, Long N, Schultz AR, Kurtz SE, Tognon CE, Johnson K, Abel M, Agarwal A……. et al; Integrative Analysis of Drug Response and Clinical Outcome in Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Cancer Cell 2022, in press (collaborative manuscript)
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Division of Oncological Sciences - Knight Cancer Institute
Position Category
Research
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2022-19534
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/29/2023 5:50 PM)
- Assist pharmacist through performance of the following technical support activities:  - Computer order entry of inpatient and outpatient orders. - Filling unit dose medication orders. - Select ordered medications from inventory to fill new orders or to provide 24-hours medication for distribution to patient's room.  - Answering telephone, filing, billing / crediting and medication profile maintenance. - Load and refill medications into automated dispensing cabinet stations. - Maintain manufacturing logs and documents to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies.   - Prioritize labels from new orders to assure that product is delivered to label location at least one hour prior to label due time. - Organize and restock work areas during and prior to end of shift, and remove expired medication.  - Round to nursing locations; deliver items and remove  excess and discontinued oral dosage and injectable dosage units from patients’ bins and refrigerators and return to pharmacy for action. - Perform Unit Dose functions including: - Tube medications from pharmacy to hospital and clinic areas - Repackage medications for unit dose dispensing; maintain and replenish stock for emergency trays and kits. - Return medications to stock and perform credits. - Record refrigerator temperature daily. - Process narcotics for removal from Pharmacy inventory and order replacements as needed. - Maintain barcode medication integrity by ensuring medications are barcoded before leaving the pharmacy. - System optimization, hardware maintenance, user support, reporting, file transmission and assistance in problem-solving pertaining to automation and technology. - Performs a detailed and thorough audit of controlled substances medications dispensed for a patient and reconciles against products documented as adminisered or returned to the pharmacy for wasting. Demonstrates the ability to strengthen accountability, identify suspected diversion, and responds to known or suspected diversion incidents to avoid serious patient care, legal, and compliance implications.
FTE
0.00
Position Type
Relief/Flex/Resource
Department
Inpatient Pharmacy
Position Category
Pharmacy
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-26050
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/29/2023 5:43 PM)
- Assist Pharmacy Technician Training Program through performance of the following technical support activities: - Manage and assist with training classes for pharmacy technician students in community and hospital pharmacy concepts. - Class preparation including ensuring inventory of supplies, determining course time frames, managing class registrations, arranging classroom space, coordination with computer access, and documentation of training completion. - Administer training assessments. Use the results of these measurements to continually improve training. - Recruitment strategies including attending career fairs, interviewing and selecting candidates prior to acceptance into the program. - Student enrollment responsibilities of assisting with orientation and process of student accounts. - Perform other program duties as assigned based on operational needs. - Assis with ongoing student success strategies. - Assist pharmacist through performance of the following technical support activities:  - Computer order entry of inpatient and outpatient orders. - Filling unit dose medication orders. - Select ordered medications from inventory to fill new orders or to provide - 24-hours medication for distribution to patient's room.  - Answering telephone, filing, billing / crediting and medication profile maintenance. - Load and refill medications into automated dispensing cabinet stations. - Maintain manufacturing logs and document to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies. - Prioritize labels from new orders to assure that product is delivered to label location at least one hour prior to label due time. - Organize and restock work areas during and prior to end of shift, and remove expired medication.  - Round to nursing locations; deliver items and remove  excess and discontinued oral dosage and injectable dosage units from patients’ bins and refrigerators and return to pharmacy for action. -  Perform Unit Dose functions including: - Tube medications from pharmacy to hospital and clinic areas. - Repackage medications for unit dose dispensing. - Return medications to stock and perform credits. - Record refrigerator temperature daily. - Process narcotics for removal from Pharmacy inventory and order replacements as needed. - F. Maintain barcode medication integrity by ensuring medications are barcoded before leaving the pharmacy. - Prepare, mix and compound sterile medications, including chemotherapy. - Adherence to aseptic procedures when preparing, mixing and compounding sterile hazardous and non-hazardous medications. - Performs pharmaceutical calculations in verifying dosage for medications to be prepared. - Cleans and maintains primary and secondary engineering controls (e.g., vertical and laminar flow hoods) and equipment used to compound sterile hazardous and non-hazardous medications (e.g. repeater pump, work surfaces), discarding all non-preserved and/or non-labeled solutions in order to keep work area clean and orderly. - Perform other technician duties as assigned based on operational needs.
FTE
0.00
Position Type
Relief/Flex/Resource
Department
Inpatient Pharmacy
Position Category
Pharmacy
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-26049
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/29/2023 2:32 PM)
The successful candidate will develop and lead an experimental research program that leverages model organisms (e.g., rodents, flies) to explore the role of stress in health and disease. This research will complement ongoing basic, clinical, and applied research programs at the Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences.   Research areas of interest include, but are not limited to: - The role of cellular and physiological responses to environmental, behavioral, or psychosocial stressors - Somatic (nuclear or mitochondrial) or germline genetic variation in responses to environmental, behavioral, or psychosocial stressors (gene-behavior-environment interactions) - Social hierarchy and status as a predictor of physiological or cellular stress - Genetic determinants of intermediate phenotypes (e.g., chromatin structure, transcription, translation) - Next-generation sequencing/’omics or high-throughput screening approaches to detecting mechanisms, variations, and physiological or psychological adaptations to environmental, behavioral, or psychosocial stressors.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2023-25153
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/29/2023 2:31 PM)
The successful candidate will develop and lead an experimental research program that leverages model organisms (e.g., rodents, flies) to explore the role of stress in health and disease. This research will complement ongoing basic, clinical, and applied research programs at the Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences.   Research areas of interest include, but are not limited to: - The role of cellular and physiological responses to environmental, behavioral, or psychosocial stressors - Somatic (nuclear or mitochondrial) or germline genetic variation in responses to environmental, behavioral, or psychosocial stressors (gene-behavior-environment interactions) - Social hierarchy and status as a predictor of physiological or cellular stress - Genetic determinants of intermediate phenotypes (e.g., chromatin structure, transcription, translation) - Next-generation sequencing/’omics or high-throughput screening approaches to detecting mechanisms, variations, and physiological or psychological adaptations to environmental, behavioral, or psychosocial stressors.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2023-25151
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/28/2023 4:40 PM)
Assisting with staffing the Doernbecher Pediatric Emergency Department as assigned by the Chair and Executive Vice Chair; participation in education of medical and paramedic students, house staff and nurses; participating in Emergency Department quality assurance activities; and provision of on-line medical consultation.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Emergency Medicine
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-26028
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/28/2023 2:33 PM)
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 is under the supervision of the Chair of the Department of Surgery and the Head of the Division of Trauma, Critical Care, and Acute Care Surgery. The trauma, critical care and acute care surgeon shall be expected to perform clinical and basic science research. Duties will also include resident, fellow, student and staff teaching. This position requires undivided effort at the specified FTE.  The general pattern of working hours will be set by the Head of the Division, but deviations from general patterns may be necessary to meet projected requirements. The ideal candidate would have the potential to achieve independent federal research funding.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery-Department of Surgery
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-25989
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/27/2023 5:23 PM)
Reporting to the Sr. Associate Dean for Finance & Administration in the School of Medicine (SoM) and to the Sr. Associate Dean for Research, the position is responsible for administrative and financial management for the research mission in the School of Medicine. They will provide senior-level counsel and operational support to the Sr. Associate Deans and SoM Department Administrators with the purpose of ensuring that the research administrative, operational and financial services are provided in the most efficient and effective manner and with the highest integrity.   Under the direction of the Sr. Associate Dean for Research, assist in the development and implementation of strategic planning efforts for the research mission including the development of implementation plans and outcome measures.  This position will act as liaison between all research programs, SoM, CRO, Provost, etc. to represent and coordinate the needs and interest of research administration from Chairs and DA’s in the SoM in coordination with the SAD for Research.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
SM.Dean Administration
Position Category
Professional
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-25990
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/27/2023 2:33 PM)
Grant Planning and Development: - With minimal supervision, interprets sponsor guidelines and requirements. Grant submissions include NIH, DOD, foundation and industry-sponsored grants which may have multiple PIs, multiple institutions, and / or subcontracts. Independently liaisons with faculty, postdocs, grad students and other staff and faculty in other OHSU departments and other institutions to ensure that all appropriate pre-award administration, formatting, guidelines and rules have been implemented for timely and accurate submission of the department’s grants, projects and renewals. Prepares budgets and reviews applications for funding and processing. Drafts administrative components of the proposal including verification that all protocol information is in place for IACUC, IRB and IBC, and making sure all online courses are up to date and completed. Grant/Contract Coordination: - Serve as the lead for complex grants such as T32, U54, SPORE, P50, T90, etc. Coordinates and provides support to accounting, reporting, and other management requirements with grant recipients or contractors. Reviews plans / agreements, schedules, budgets, progress reports (RPPRs), or other grant / contract monitoring instruments to ensure contract or grant project / program performance. Identifies and resolves problems, assures appropriate and timely correction of grants administration and / or contract compliance issues. Independently coordinates proposal submissions. Discuss proposed resources (labor and non-labor). Draft administrative components of the proposal (including the budget and required subcontract documents) and coordinate submission to the sponsor with the Office of Proposal and Award Management (OPAM). Collaborates with the Department Administrator and Finance Administrator to develop and further optimize KCVI’s pre and post award workflows. Locate Funding: - Locates sources of available grant funds in published databases including InfoEd, Foundation Directory Online, grants.gov, RePORTER, American Heart Association, and the Cardiovascular Research Foundation. Shares qualifying opportunities with faculty and research staff. Partners with investigators to locate funding based on a specific need or area of interest. Training and Mentoring: - Trains new and existing GCCs on OHSU resources, policies and procedures; InfoEd/Cognos use; OPAM standard operating procedures and service level agreement. Provides guidance on cost sharing, IDC rates. Provides oversite for all GCCs on complex grants (T32, U54, SPORE, P50, T90, etc.). Mentors other GCCs on resources and policies. Assists other basic science departments when back-up or additional GCC assistance is needed. Contract Coordination: - Translates program requirements into contract terms in consultation with management. Develops or ensures development of contract requirements containing quantifiable specification and measurable performance criteria. May use “Request for Proposal” to gather information from potential contractors to negotiate and clarify contract issues. May negotiate within contract service requirements limited to metrics, dates, and services provided. Composes contract wording and calculates contract payment rates and amounts. Technical Assistance: - Provides consultation, advice, and direction to all levels of OHSU staff regarding grant and contracting issues and methods which will best meet legal requirements and objectives. Safeguards the integrity of grant administration or contracted services and protects OHSU from financial losses due to adverse legal action or audit irregularities. Responds to requests for information from other agencies, other governmental entities, and the public. Develops guidelines for internal and public use relative to grant application and administration and / or contract compliance.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Knight Cardiovascular Institute
Position Category
Accounting/Finance
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-25981
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/27/2023 11:47 AM)
- Responsible to provide all clinical duties as outlined in the clinical pharmacist position description. - Supervision of Staff:  - Recruits, hires, trains, develops, schedules, and supervises assigned staff, develops performance standards, conducts performance appraisals (PE); and recommends salary increases consistent with Hospital policy and procedures. - Program Design & Development:  - Development of programs, strategies, facilities and systems for service improvement or expansion in inpatient clinical services. - Develop and monitor clinical dashboards and quality metrics related to the departmental goals and their specific clinical pharmacy services.  - Participate in the development and implementation of the Department of Pharmacy's strategic plan in alignment with the organization's mission, vision, and values. - Develop policies and procedures and treatment guidelines encompassing clinical pharmacy services as necessary. - Participate in order set development and updates and Epic functionality and Epic functionality as needed for enhanced clinical care. - Process Improvement:  - Develops new and improved services within University Hospital through constant evaluation and innovation to enhance clinical pharmacy services.  - Establish best practices in their clinical service area to improve patient care outcomes.  - Identify and resolve unsafe conditions, inefficient work processes, or opportunities for value analysis.  - Assist in managing drug shortages and high cost medications by providing clinical expertise related to utilization, alternative therapies, and impact on service. - Departmental Interdisciplinary Coordination:  - Coordinates services in assigned areas with other Pharmacy areas, nursing areas, other Hospital departments, and external agencies to facilitate continuity of care. - Teaching:  - Coordinates the education and training of pharmacy students and residents as applicable. - Direct the work of students/residents and monitor and evaluate their performance. - This position is expected to participate in lecturing, teaching, and research related to their service line.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Inpatient Pharmacy
Position Category
Pharmacy
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-25594
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 months ago(9/26/2023 12:10 PM)
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): Dr. James Katancik   Primary Faculty duties include: Oversight and teaching of predoctoral students, OMFS intern, and OMFS residents when working within the dental school and OHSU hospital facilities Participation in didactic education of predoctoral and resident learners in OMFS; to include seminars, lectures, and course directorship Establishment and maintenance of a program of research/scholarly activity. Participation in administrative committees and councils of the School of Dentistry and Oregon Health & Science University as approved by the Chair. Participation in professionally related public service activities on behalf of the department and the School of Dentistry as required. Participation in department strategic planning activities as directed.   Clinical Opportunities: - It is anticipated that the faculty member will develop a successful faculty practice within the RLSB OMFS clinic - OHSU hospital clinic and OR patient care and oversight of learners - Call coverage to be shared among OMFS faculty   The general pattern of working hours corresponds with scheduled clinic hours, Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm. Deviations from this pattern may be necessary at times.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
School of Dentistry, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Position Category
Dental
HR Mission
Academics
Requisition ID
2023-26015