- Clinical Activities: Practice that emanates from the School of Nursing is expected to support the teaching, practice and research missions of the School. In the practice environment, teaching occurs concurrently with clinical activities.
Specific duties include: The primary expectation is the provision of clinical midwifery services to patients in an OHSU Partner community hospital. Clinical faculty practice is a collaborative model of nurse-midwives and obstetrician/gynecologists in both the clinic and the inpatient setting (L&D, MBU) and during both day and night shifts.
- Scholarly Activities: Participation in scholarly activities is based on faculty rank
- Education Activities Education of clinical students is expected.
- Service Activities: These activities could include faculty meetings, committee membership, professional activities and other responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Midwifery. Participates in faculty governance; additional engagement based on rank.
- Administrative Activities: As negotiated.
- Other Activities: The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the mission of the School.
Leadership and Administration
- Supports the Portland Undergraduate and RNBS program directors in program delivery operations.
- Leads in and supports development of academic-practice partnership activities such as dedicated education units, joint appointments, and clinical education models.
- Assists in the selection of qualified faculty for respective programs by serving on search committees and assisting with recruitment functions.
- Collaborates with faculty and provides input to establish program standards that meet OHSU and national accrediting standards and adhere to the effective standardization of the program within the undergraduate programs in the SON.
- Represents the program in critical areas, such as the budgeting process, policy and procedure development, clinical site selection, course and program evaluation.
- Uses course and program evaluation results to bring to bear continuous and systematic evaluation and quality improvement.
- Engages external and internal stakeholders in a manner that expands the programs’ reach, advances the school’s reputation, secures funding, and meets emerging clinical needs
- Serves on both school and institutional committees for accreditation, service, and other functions.
- Supports development and implementation of curricula in alignment with the 2021 AACN Essentials and progression toward competency-based education.
- Sustains the undergraduate curricula from a foundation of core courses that scaffold into increasing depth and breadth of knowledge, skills, and competencies.
- Sustains the RNBS curriculum in assuring baccalaureate degree completion and competency.
- Ensures, through active academic-practice partnership, that emerging and current practice needs and clinical learning are addressed in the curriculum
- Ensures that professional formation occurs such that undergraduate level development is measured and part of outcome metrics.
- Oversees student advising is conducted in accordance with SON academic policies.
- Collaborates with the Assistant Dean for Simulation and Academic Technology to ensure that simulation and academic technology offer support and opportunities for innovation.
- Collaborates with the Undergraduate Leadership and the Associate Dean for Statewide Undergraduate Education on state-wide undergraduate curriculum and courses, faculty development, and innovation.
Academic and Community Service
- Maintains a network of national, regional, and local professional contacts that informs the direction and functioning of the program
- Serves on select committees and seeks consultative and scholarly opportunities to advance and disseminate knowledge that enhances the program’s reputation
- Advances self through the APT process to the maximum area of personal and professional development
Graduate Program Administration
- Develops a portfolio of graduate academic programs that meet the needs of citizens within and beyond Oregon.
- Supports development and implementation of curricula in alignment with the 2021 AACN Essentials and progression toward competency-based education.
- Collaborates with faculty to shape and develop curricula based on stakeholder needs and emerging trends and issues and supports new models for course and clinical delivery.
- Collaborates with the SON leadership to develop comprehensive systems that facilitate the academic mission and ensures integration of academic systems across programs and the state.
- Seeks grant and philanthropic funding to advance quality academic programs and student opportunities.
- Establishes and maintains academic policies, procedures, and standards to assure alignment with trauma-informed principles and with regulatory and accreditation criteria.
- Supervise professional and support staff that fulfill roles inherent in the day-to -day operations of the graduate clinical programs.
Program Evaluation and Performance Improvement
- Collaborates in setting performance standards and aligns the academic mission with school strategic and operational goals.
- Ensures that appropriate accreditation standards and OSBN regulations are met across programs.
- Oversees the implementation of an evaluation plan based on continuous improvement and knowledge of national and state academic standards and mandates.
Human and Fiscal Resource Management
- Ensures implementation of standards, policies, and procedures for faculty hiring, workload, and evaluation.
- Supports faculty development to optimize and develop the strength and success of our members.
- Collaborates with the Sr. Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and graduate academic leaders to assess cost effectiveness and establish student enrollment targets.
Administrative Oversight and Functions
- Participates in budgeting and forecasting activities.
- Supports alignment of strategic, operational, and budget plans
- Represents the school on relevant committees, councils, and boards
1. Strategic Leadership: Champion the vision and distinctions of the APRN Graduate Programs with internal and external stakeholders by representing the program through meetings and establishing networks. Foster a positive culture that prizes integrity, diversity, collaboration/integration, innovation, and excellence through the development of people, teambuilding and strong leadership. Lead APRN Program Directors in creating and implementing plans that promote affordability, accessibility, and student success for the DNP degree. Collaborate with APRN Program Directors to optimize utilization of resources to ensure sustainability. Collaborate with Associate Dean for Graduate Programs to promote leadership development of the APRN Program Directors.
2. Administration: Oversee the coordination, delivery, and continuous improvement (assessment, evaluation, and change management) of the APRN specialty core curriculum. Ensure that accreditation and credentialing requirements are met across all specialty programs and core APRN courses. Collaborate with business offices to leverage fiscal and personnel resources to ensure program sustainability. Liaise with external stakeholders, such as regulators, to maintain healthy relationships and stay abreast of trends and changes in educational and practice environments. Collaborate with Office of Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Admissions, and Marketing to monitor and improve student recruitment, enrollment, retention, and progression and use data to make recommendations for improvement.
3. Management and Leadership: Guide the activity of specialty APRN program PDs including evaluating performance and progress toward annual goals, facilitating growth and development, and supporting career progression. Cultivate a positive culture of openness, transparency, respect, integrity, valuing of all specialty programs, high performance, and excellence. Engage with the Senior Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Diversity to support the resolution of student and faculty issues and concerns. Support the recruitment, orientation and onboarding, and retention of new (and current) faculty. Promote and support the practice engagement of specialty program faculty.
4. Other Activities: The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, administration, outreach and public service.
1. Operational Support—Administrative Coordination for the School of Nursing:
- Point-of-contact for federal work study students who support front desk and administrative suite operations including:
- Coordination of schedules;
- Delegation and assignment of work;
- Tracking hours worked against FWS regulations annually.
- Coordinates processes related to ordering and stocking of office and specialty supplies for all SON Portland workrooms and breakrooms;
- Manages room calendars and School of Nursing fax inbox;
- Manages all mail and deliveries for SON Portland;
- Back-up technology support for the SON including:
- Online teleworking and multimedia support for Faculty, Staff, and Students including backup support for the AV Support Phone;
- Responds to and triages general classroom and conference room technology questions;
- Cisco Webex – Serve as support and facilitator for online Webex meetings, trainings, and events;
- Back-up support for the SON Portland Operations Coordinator including:
- Notifying OHSU facilities of urgent maintenance requests;
- Providing support to Emergency Action Team, as assigned;
Provides general administrative support to the School of Nursing as needed.
2. Academic Affairs—Operational support for the Offices of Academic Affairs tasks and meetings:
- Support Faculty Affairs Council including:
- Develops the schedule, technical set up of the virtual recordings and handouts, and executes Qualtrics evaluations for key activities such as new Faculty Orientation; Coordinates meetings, recording meeting and tracking open items to support the activities done jointly with Faculty Affairs Council to support faculty development including the creation, and then implementation of Qualtrics surveys;
- Supports the construction of centralized site by preparing links of recordings and handouts, and preparing communications on OHSU’s other faculty development activities.
- Support Assessment and Evaluation work group activities:
- by organizing and coordinating meetings with PDs, CADs, Assistant Deans to prepare Assessment reports;
- Supports data entry as assigned for assessment and evaluation activities.
- Serve as primary and backup support for faculty governance, Academic Affairs, and other SON meetings and hearings, including but not limited to Student Progress Review Hearings.
- Manages schedules, sets agendas, and takes minutes as needed;
- Collection and distribution of confidential meeting materials;
- Provides technical support for meetings via Webex, and manages attendance for restricted meetings.
Supports the Senior Associate Dean for Academic and Assistant Deans with administrative tasks, as assigned.
3. Faculty Search & Event Planning:
- Serves as support for Program Directors and Leaders doing faculty searches:
- Serves as liaison between faculty candidates, hiring managers, HR, and School of Nursing Search Committee.
- Runs advertisements for operational and strategic hires.
- Assists with travel arrangements, as needed.
- Assists a wide range of stakeholders to plan and execute SON-wide events.
Events include, but are not limited to, retirement celebrations, seasonal SON parties, Puhaty Lecture, Nurses Week. This position also supports Student Affairs in Graduation and Winter Completion ceremonies and activities as needed.
Reporting to the Director of pharmacy services, this position is responsible for the day-to-day management of Research Pharmacy services at OHSU Health. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, employee supervision; education and training of staff; program development; management of business and professional activities of the pharmacy; quality assessment and process improvement; and maintenance of practice standards, customer service, compliance with accreditation standards and applicable laws and regulations; coordination of pharmacy services with other hospital departments, and teaching of pharmacy interns and residents, and staffing. This person oversees all operational, clinical, and compliance related requirements of research pharmacy services. They interface with clinical research teams across OHSU Health and external study liaisons who audit pharmacy services. They rotate on call responsibilities.
General responsibilities will be to the clinical care of patients, both in hospital (Pre-operative care, ICU, and ward post-operative care) as well as in the outpatient clinics and outpatient care management primarily of the EGS patients but may include trauma and Trauma Surgical ICU patients as well. Opportunities in the operating room will be on a case-by-case basis.
Direct Inpatient Care (Primary Responsibility)– care, follow-up and documentation of assigned patients from admission through discharge, work actively with the EGS surgeons, as well as the hospital/unit/case manager, inpatient pharmacist and coordinator staff to implement discharge plans. Will assist with education of surgical house staff, nursing unit staff, and case managers on service protocols, with the goal of enhancing quality of care and enhancing quality of patient services. Promote and maintain the health of service and excellent care to patients through the use of ancillary services.
Rounds–The APP will also be included in both sign out and daily rounds with the Attending Staff, Residents/Interns, RNs, and case managers.
Direct Outpatient Care- follow-up of EGS patients. Will field telephone calls regarding all EGS patient issues, as needed, address clinical problems, and fill prescriptions. Will follow-up on ordering and checking labs and imaging studies on our patients. Will promote and maintain the health of service for our outpatients through the use of educational materials and counseling of patients and their families.
OR Support(Limited)–Assist in the operating room during for emergency general surgery cases as well as elective surgical cases as needed at The University Hospital. Usually during protected resident education hours and days off/vacations.
Teaching - Provide and/or participate in service orientation and teaching of medical students, interns, residents, APP students, nursing staff, and other support staff on the inpatient and/or outpatient service. Provide/participate in teaching conferences, rounds, clinical in-services and staff educational programs for the outpatient & inpatient service. Maintain repository of service line specific articles, presentations, and clinical care guidelines.
Protocol Development andRevisions - Will lead or assist in ongoing protocol development and implementation in conjunction with faculty physicians and other team members. This may include clinical plans of care and/or protocols for service patients with disease processes/ diagnoses/ procedures; participate with house staff and fellow hospital/unit/coordinator staff in evaluating results of protocols and continually working toward improving effectiveness of it.
Best Practices- Will participate in Morbidity and Mortality conference and EGS Best Practices with the goal to ensure protocol adherence and support the development of QI projects.
Scholarly Activities (research, abstracts, grant supported work, presentations, etc.):
Fosters advances in healthcare by participating in research activities in Emergency General Surgery and Trauma, including but not limited to identifying protocols to improve care delivery; contributing to development of new drugs to effectively treat disease, performing clinical trials using human subjects to determine the effectiveness and effects of pharmaceuticals. Demonstrate success or productivity in the field as evidenced by publication in journals and/or other forms of peer presentations.
Clinical Responsibilities include outpatient care for neurology services at the Hillsboro Medical Clinic location and Tuality Community hospital. No inpatient call coverage needed. This will include EEG reading expertise.
Participate in Departmental activities consistent with this position and with the understanding that this position requires a focus and dedication to Neurology Inpatient and outpatient clinical practice.
Provide direct mental health and addictions clinical services in a culturally-responsive manner to outpatient clients.
- Provides direct clinical services to program clients including evaulation, individual, group, family, couples counseling, case management, and documentation of clincial services consistent with program standards and relevant OARs
- Services provided will reflect cultural competence and knowledge of evidence based practices regarding the clients and their clinical concerns
- Develops and maintains positive working relationships with other program staff, Dept of Psychiatry, and other OHSU departments, referral sources, and community agencies.
The APP will be expected to have a strong commitment to developing the practice into a vibrant clinical and academic operation, which is successful from both a professional and business point of view.
The APP will be involved six half days per week with direct patient care, and the supervision of students and other university learners at the OHSU Family Medicine Scappoose clinic sites, which will include a mix of primary care and urgent care practice. A portion of a work day is provided for administration and scholarly activities. The expected work week for this position will be flexible with rotating Saturdays and some of the weekday hours would be one evening per week and occasional weekend commensurate with shared call schedule.
Will also be expected to participate in continuing education, professional and faculty development, and scholarship as directed by his/her department.
Compensation for the position will include a University base salary and a clinical incentive system based on the success and productivity of the practice, as well as personal initiative.
As an OHSU employee, you will find opportunities to teach and mentor residents and fellows, participate in regular Grand Rounds presentations (1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit), explore opportunities to serve and collaborate with a host of engaged faculty, staff and educators.
The Department has a fully accredited training program that seeks to deliver collaborative, high quality, compassionate, cost effective service that promotes education, research, and clinical leadership.
We are seeking an experienced Board Certified Psychiatrist wishing to participate in this exciting opportunity.
The primary function of the Geriatric Psychiatrist is to provide direct clinical care in the inpatient setting to geriatric patients. The program provides comprehensive inpatient mental health treatment in a positive and supportive environment.
The appointee shall provide educational and related services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, research, outreach and public service. The successful candidate will be part of a team of anatomy educators who provide instruction in gross anatomy, embryology, and neuroanatomy. Teaching duties will be primarily in gross anatomy, including the development and delivery of lectures, dissection and prosection laboratory learning experiences, and appropriate assessments. The successful candidate is expected to conduct research or scholarly activity related to medical education or a related field.
The teaching facilities at OHSU include a state-of-the-art anatomical dissection and surgical simulation laboratory, and a cutting-edge learning studio that supports traditional lectures and small group and team-based learning. The clinical gross anatomy content at OHSU is team-taught and delivered as part of a systems-based curriculum that integrates basic and clinical biomedical science content. Anatomy for other health professions students at OHSU (dental, physician assistant, radiation therapy) are stand-alone courses.
The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) serves as a resource and partner for management and employees in their assigned client group, ensuring equitable, consistent, and proactive partnership on people and culture topics in alignment with OHSU’s mission and business objectives. The HRBP develops and implements HR strategies focused on organizational effectiveness, equity and inclusion, employee engagement, talent management, employee relations, and labor relations.
- Provide equitable, timely, and consistent interpretation and guidance on HR policies and procedures, employee and labor relations matters, performance management conversations and documentation, conflict resolution, compensation, benefits, discipline, grievances, arbitrations, and other employee services.
- Partner with managers and the HR team to ensure employment decisions are equitable, including those around promotions, compensation changes, hiring, corrective action, and separations.
- Receive and respond to complaints; conduct investigations into complaints of code of conduct issues or other issues, ensuring a thorough process and documentation; recommend actions for resolution of complaints and follow through with those involved.
- In partnership with internal stakeholders and partners, implement preventive and restorative approaches aimed at mitigating, addressing, responding to, and healing harm.
- Collaborate with managers on team development, individual performance, career development conversations, and building capacity for growth; reinforce effective use of performance and development review frameworks and tools to foster employee performance and development.
- Collaborate with the Learning & Organizational Development team to curate resources and opportunities that develop common competencies and skills.
- In collaboration with the labor relations unit, respond to grievances.
- Build relationships with union stewards in support of developing an amicable and collaborative partnership between management and labor.
- Participate in HR policy and procedure updates and other HR special projects aimed at addressing the ongoing and emerging challenges of assigned client groups.
- Provide contract and policy interpretation and support managers and employees on the consistent application of policies, contract provision, and procedures.
- Respond to questions from employees and direct employees to appropriate resources. In partnership with HR partners, develop resources that respond to recurring questions or issues.
- In collaboration with the SHRBP, use HR data to identify trends and changes that inform HR strategies and programs.
- Provide coaching and counseling to managers and employees on topics relating to employee performance, development, engagement, and common HR compliance topics.
- Assists the SHRBP in assessing, investigating, and addressing complex employee and labor relations issues.
- Participate in the development and review of HR communications provided to the workforce.
Provost Office Administrative Leadership
The employee will be responsible for management and oversight of the administrative functions of the Office of the Provost. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Provide direct supervision, assign duties, and oversee the training and professional development of administrative support staff to ensure the administrative needs of the Office of the Provost are met. Presently administrative support staff include: i) Senior Executive Assistant to the Provost and Chief Financial Officer; ii) Administrative Assistant to the Faculty Senate; iii) Office Assistant to RLSB Academic Programs; and iv) Administrative Assistant for the Office of the Provost.
- Serve as a central resource providing advice and support, as needed, for administrative functions across the Schools and units reporting to the Provost to ensure the accuracy, consistency and efficiency of administrative processes.
- The employee is responsible for key contacts and communications to ensure the efficient flow of information to and from the Office of the Provost and the school and units that report to the Provost.
- Serve as the Departmental ITC Contact.
- Serve as Space Coordinator: Collect annual up-to-date organizational data on space and space use that falls under the Office of the Provost and direct reports
The employee will be responsible for executive level support services, including, but not limited to:
- Managing calendar of the executive vice provost and the vice provost for finance and administration; coordinating travel arrangements; and performing financial reconciliation of monthly purchases and travel disbursements. The employee is responsible for responding to inquiries in a timely and accurate manner and managing the calendar’s in a way that appropriately and best meets the needs of all meeting requestors.
- Prepare executive meeting documentation. The employee will work closely with the Executive Vice Provost and other stakeholders to ensure all pertinent presentation materials are gathered, organized, and produced electronically as directed. This may include ensuring the file is distributed appropriately and/or runs on the pertinent AV system where the meeting will be held.
- Coordinate and staff, academic, operational, and executive meetings. The employee will work closely with key internal and external stakeholders to ensure the appropriate room scheduling, layout, catering, AV and other details are facilitated in a way to successfully meet the requirements of the meeting/event. High level documentation of the meetings may be needed on a case by case basis.
- Coordinate and create committee appointment letters for IBC, IRB, IACUC, CoIR, OIEC, and WC Radiation Safety.
- Departmental mail and voicemail management. The employee will manage all correspondence in multiple mailboxes and is responsible for responding to inquiries in a timely and accurate manner for both internal customers and external inquiries, including routing them to the correct contact and/or providing specific information per their request.
- Works cooperatively and in collaboration with other executive support staff to perform various office duties and projects as assigned.
Department HR Duties
The employee will be responsible for key administrative oversight and support for the HR functions in the Office of the Provost. This includes but is not limited to:
- Maintaining confidential Provost Office personnel files, offer letters, etc. in compliance with OHSU record retention policies and procedures.
- Assisting with new employee onboarding: in coordination with Research/Academic HR and Central HR, ensure new hire paperwork is completed (and assist with this as needed), assist new employees with new-hire training (HIPAA, RAU, etc.), help new employees with any challenges that may arise (payroll, timekeeping, etc.).
- Preparing and monitoring HR Justifications and tracking budget impact changes. Employee will work with HR Business Partners and Provost Office Finance Team to coordinate tracking justifications for HR budget impacts and assisting with submitting new hire paperwork within the office.
- Primary and Backup Timekeeper. The employee will interact with the Kronos timekeeping system and ensure staff timekeeping is accurate for the upcoming pay period and submit them to the provost for review and approval.
Employee will be responsible for taking on both administrative and technical leadership and oversight for the following projects and will be responsible for communicating outcomes and deliverables to designated sponsors, committees, or stakeholders.
- Annual Employee Anniversary Ceremony – Employee supervises the organization of the event for ~1,000 employees that ranges from pre/post employee communication, working with HR Representatives on Employee Records, yearly vendor analysis, budget administration and team coordination.
- Annual Faculty Senate Awards Ceremony – Employee supervises the technical aspect of organizing online nomination form and gathering nominee information through the internal bridge site. Annual updates, InfoPath form creation/updates and database development/maintenance required. Communications plans developed and deliverables are then reported through the Faculty Senate Awards Committee.
- Faculty Senate Centralized Nomination Process - Employee supervises the administration of the annual Faculty Senate nomination and election process for new Faculty Senators.
This position will be part of a dynamic, energetic and collaborative team that supports the organization in the use of data and information to further OHSU’s mission to strive for excellence in education, research and scholarship, clinical practice and community service. Members of the Business Intelligence and Advanced Analytics (BIAA) team work to apply knowledge and best practices to assist end users in leveraging BI Tools (Power BI, Cognos, Tableau, etc.) to analyze enterprise data for informed decision making throughout the organization. The BI Systems Applications Analyst is responsible for supporting existing BI solutions as prioritized by senior leadership of our Campus Services Facilities department and our University BI department to ensure that the information assets of the OHSU enterprise are leveraged to enhance financial, clinical, operational, and research decisions. This person will work with various Business Intelligence tools to process and present data to meet analytic requirements. These tools include: Cognos, Tableau Desktop and Tableau Prep, Oracle PL/SQL, and MS SQL Server. The person will interact and work directly with customers, team members and analysts on project and support issues. The person will facilitate communication upward and across project teams. The person will follow ITG change management and problem management processes. This person will also serve as a business data advisor and help support Campus Services departments with best practices as they relate to use of business data and associated workflows, dashboards, and processes. This advisor role may extend to presence on departmental process improvement initiative teams, representing BI to ensure identified new processes are in alignment with ITG’s overall business data strategies.
The Career Development Coordinator reports to the Education Manager and facilitates career development for all students, and assists program graduates in securing educationally related employment post-graduation. These programs include a Graduate Certificate in Health and Clinical Informatics (HCIN), Master of Science in Health and Clinical Informatics, Master of Science in Bioinformatics and Computational Biomedicine (BCB), Doctor of Philosophy in Health and Clinical Informatics, Doctor of Philosophy in Bioinformatics and Computational Biomedicine, the AMIA-OHSU 10x10 Certificate Program, the OHSU-PSU Joint Five-Year Degree in Biomedical Informatics and Computer Science, the ACGME Clinical Informatics Fellowship, and the National Library of Medicine Fellowship Program.
- Conduct individual and group advising on career development, job seeking, and industry trends for current students and graduates
- Assist students and alumni with career planning and professional development
- Develop internal and external relationships in an effort to generate viable job leads
- Ensures accurate reporting of all activities into the Access Database system, including observations, career advancement/placement and job development activity
This 30 hour/week position currently allows for telework. Telework is subject to change based on the needs of the organization.
Provides clinical care to Retina and Vitreo-retinal patients of the University Hospital and Clinics, affiliated hospitals and clinics, 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 Retina and Vitreoretinal patients; teaching residents and house staff about vitreoretinal diseases; and performing research relevant to vitreoretinal medicine; providing clinical and/or research supervision for ophthalmology residents and fellows. May include activity in satellite locations.
Performs data entry and sample processing for samples received for testing
- Checks accuracy of specimens, requisitions and labels.
- Performs computer entry in EPIC, test request and billing functions.
- Accurately labels samples, requisitions, and appropriate specimen containers.
- Ensures that all samples are logged in to the lab and triaged in a timely manner.
- Centrifuges samples and transfers to appropriately labeled containers.
- Directs samples to technologists and testing areas or stores samples for future testing.
- Notifies technologists or appropriate lab when priority work is received.
Laboratory testing duties
- Performs urine dipsticks and centrifuges urines for microscopy.
- Performs kit testing for example; strep A, urine hCG.
- Performs testing with accuracy, speed, and efficiency, using the Siemens EXL, Sysmex XN instrument.
- Follows written procedures and policies.
- Other laboratory duties as needed.
Bone marrow bench duties
- Schedules appointments for bone marrow assists.
- Performs bone marrow assistance at the bedside for physicians performing bone marrow aspiration and biopsy, according to written procedures.
- Observes the aspiration, determines if the specimen is adequate, prepares slides, prepares or preserves specimen for additional testing as needed.
Blood product duties
- Assist with maintaining and managing an adequate inventory of perishable blood products and ensure that excessive wastage does not occur. Monitor products stored in refrigerators and incubators.
- Choose appropriate blood products for patients based on urgency of need, available inventory, lab results, and therapeutic requirements. Consult with Medical Technologist as necessary.
- Issue and return blood products according to SOP and documenting in computer system. Respond appropriately to alerts.
- Document transactions involving blood products correctly and legibly.
- Document proper temperature and appearance of blood products during storage and while in transit.
- Participate in Quality Assurance activities as assigned.
- Calibrate equipment as assigned.
- Organize, check for accuracy, and report blood product usage statistics as assigned.
Answers multi-line telephone and performs client services duties
- Provides a pleasant and professional telephone manner as frontline representative of the laboratory.
- Assists needs of callers in all aspects of laboratory operations.
- Transfers or refers calls or confers with other areas of lab or hospital as needed.
- Follows up on all client questions and problems within the same working day.
- Records phone calls and resolution of problems according to lab procedures.
- Performs other client services duties such as: phoning results, generating and faxing reports, reporting results for interpretive tests, mailing reports, etc.
- Provides excellent customer service.
- Prioritizes work according to established procedures.
- Maintains inventory of supplies, orders, picks up, and stores supplies according to established procedures.
- Trains new employees, students, and other personnel in job duties.
***New-hires are eligible for a $8,000 hiring bonus***
The Radiologic Technologist’s role is to provide quality images with accuracy and efficiency using optimal skills and knowledge of all equipment. They gather complete documentation of all pertinent information to provide accurate, safe and timely service to the customers. They provide for personal and patient care and safety using professional judgment in accordance with written standards so there is no injury to self or others. Techs should practice professional communication, appearance, conduct, punctuality, attendance and attitude that leads to physician, patient and co-worker respect and confidence. Technologists will be trained in all general radiology exams/areas so that they are able to rotate through the department based on workflow needs.
The purpose of this position is to support the mission goals and objectives of Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). The AAEO Director is responsible for managing the department’s staff and consultants, attending meetings, making presentations, and performing other functions on behalf of Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity (AAEO) and OHSU. The AAEO Director and Title IX Coordinator is expected to demonstrate leadership in the organization and demonstrates skill in collaborative teamwork and creative problem-solving. The AAEO Director is able to act with sound judgment and a high degree of integrity.
Additional functions include developing and managing affirmative action and equal opportunity policy and programs; develop training, policy, processes and programs that protect and address civil rights complaints under applicable laws and regulations (including, but not limited to: Title VII, Title IX, VAWA, ADA, ADEA and Executive Order 11246) and OHSU policies. The AAEO Director and Title IX Coordinator collaborates with and provides advice to University leadership, managers, Human Resources and others regarding civil rights and compliance matters. The AAEO Director and Title IX Coordinator is responsible for developing and leading proactive civil rights training, participating in community outreach to diverse populations and university-wide diversity initiatives. The position requires strong interpersonal skills, a high level of personal energy, and the ability to collaborate with a diverse group of stakeholders across the organization. The AAEO Director and Title IX Coordinator provides neutral support to all members of the OHSU community, including students, staff, faculty and volunteers.