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Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/2/2022 12:31 PM)
Training Development and Delivery - Maintains specialized knowledge regarding EpicCare end-user functionality and workflows. - Designs curriculum, lesson plans, presentation materials, on-line modules and handouts. - Incorporates knowledge of Adult Learning Theory into curriculum design. - Ensures that training materials meet instructional objectives and quality standards. - Collaborates with other team members to ensure the build of functionality and sample patients in the Training environment. - Plans scheduling, timing and frequency of classes in collaboration with Director of Organizational Effectiveness, Clinical Informatics, Department Directors, Managers and Professional Practice Leaders. - Facilitates class registrations and arranges classroom space in collaboration with the Organizational Effectiveness Administrative Assistant. - Conducts “train-the-trainer” sessions to ensure consistency across instructor-led classes. - Develops and administers end-user assessments, and analyzes the results to continually improve training. - Documents training completion in Compass to facilitate user access to EpicCare. - Contributes relevant EpicCare education and training materials to the Epic @OHSU web site. - Training lead for Epic projects as assigned Customer Service - Responds to end-user inquiries, generated by Epic Support Desk referrals or by direct customer contact. Communicates resolution in approved database. - Provides individualized support to users upon request. - Provides site-support during implementation as needed. Testing - Assists in testing the EpicCare training environment build and configuration when new functionality is added or the system is upgraded. - Assists in testing new workflows that result from the addition of new functionality or unit/department optimization.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Information Technology Group (ITG)
Position Category
Information Systems
HR Mission
Central Services
Requisition ID
2022-20413
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/2/2022 10:28 AM)
This level 2 coding position provides support to the Department of Neurology. This position is responsible for coding of physician’s fees. This position requires experience in coding and requires a current certification with AAPC or AHIMA. The Coding 2 Specialist reviews, abstracts, and codes treatment and procedure information from outpatient medical records, for the purpose of providing medical coding information for appropriate billing of health care services and professional fees, to ensure physician compliance with Federal, State, and Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Department of Neurology
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2022-20404
Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/1/2022 9:04 PM)
**New hires are eligible for up to a $1,500 hiring bonus**     The Laboratory Animal Technician 1 –Equipment Sanitation Technicianis the first level of a three-level series. At this level, this position is focused on providing husbandry, healthcare and research support for laboratory animals maintained at the ONPRC. The primary function of this Animal Resources & Research Support (ARRS) position is to provide animals with sanitized primary housing in accordance with local, regional and federal regulations and guidelines, to perform research support tasks, routine health care, and manual and technical husbandry tasks, which are directly related to the care of laboratory animals.  Daily activities include cleaning, sanitizing and sterilizing animal primary housing and equipment following strict protocols. This position will also learn and master the ability to perform the manual and technical tasks directly related to the care of, and research support for the use of, laboratory animals. This includes safely performing basic animal husbandry and animal handling, healthcare procedures, including but not limited to feeding and sanitizing procedures, animal transfer and restraint, administration of medications, and the collection of research samples.    The area of work assignment and specific tasks will vary, depending on animal population and care requirements, service requirements, staffing needs and the individual’s knowledge. ARRS houses approximately 4600 nonhuman primates, and approximately 2000 small laboratory animals, on a daily basis. The animals are housed in 8 buildings and approximately 65 outdoor enclosures, on the ONPRC/OHSU campus. There are over 120 employees who are responsible for providing care of the research animals.    The successful candidate for this position will have basic knowledge for the care of animals, demonstrated by experience with household pets, farm or 4-H animals or previous work-related experience with animals. This position requires the ability read, write, and follow oral and written instructions, as well as having the ability to communicate effectively in oral and/or written formats with both technical and professional staff.    Some duties will require working outside in inclement weather and daily work may involve moving on wet and/or slick surfaces, through narrow corridors between rows of cages, and climbing stairs to corral observation towers. There is risk of exposure to zoonotic agents through injury, by direct contact with animals or their tissues, or by contact with equipment contaminated by animals or theirbody fluids. Some work duties may also include risk of exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals and sanitizing chemicals.    Candidates should have the ability to carry and lift up to 50lbs; lift objects weighing approximately 42lbs to shoulder height, and be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.    If you are a problem solver, have the ability to multi-task, be self-directed, and pay attention to details, this is a great position to start your career path in OHSU! 
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC)
Position Category
Veterinary
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2022-18135
Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/1/2022 9:04 PM)
**New hires are eligible for up to a $1,500 hiring bonus**     The Laboratory Animal Technician 1 is the first level of a three-level series. At this level, this position is focused on providing husbandry, healthcare and research support for laboratory animals maintained at the ONPRC. This position will learn and master the ability to perform  manual and technical tasks directly related to the care of, and research support for the use of, laboratory animals. This includes safely performing basic animal husbandry and animal handling, healthcare procedures, including but not limited to feeding and sanitizing procedures, animal transfer and restraint, administration of medications, and the collection of research samples.     The area of work assignment and specific tasks will vary, depending on animal population and care requirements, service requirements, staffing needs and the individual’s knowledge. Animal Resources &Research Support (ARRS) houses approximately 4600 nonhuman primates, and approximately 2000 small laboratory animals, on a daily basis. The animals are housed in 8 buildings and approximately 65 outdoor enclosures, on the ONPRC/OHSU campus. There are over 120 employees who are responsible for providing care of the research animals.  The successful candidate for this position will have basic knowledge for the care of animals, demonstrated by experience with household pets, farm or 4-H animalsor previous work-related experience with animals. This position requires the ability read, write, and follow oral and written instructions, as well as having the ability to communicate effectively in oral and/or written formats with both technical and professional staff.    Some duties will require working outside in inclement weather and daily work may involve moving on wet and/or slick surfaces, through narrow corridors between rows of cages, and climbing stairs to corral observation towers. There is risk of exposure to zoonotic agents through injury, by direct contact with animals or their tissues, or by contact with equipment contaminated by animals or theirbody fluids. Some work duties may also include risk of exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals and sanitizing chemicals.    Candidates should have the ability to carry and lift up to 50lbs; lift objects weighing approximately 42lbs to shoulder height, and be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.    If you are a problem solver, have the ability to multi-task, be self-directed, and pay attention to details, this is a great position to start your career path in OHSU! 
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC)
Position Category
Veterinary
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2022-18199
Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/1/2022 9:03 PM)
**New hires are eligible for up to a $1,500 hiring bonus**     The Laboratory Animal Technician 1 –Equipment Sanitation Technicianis the first level of a three-level series. At this level, this position is focused on providing husbandry, healthcare and research support for laboratory animals maintained at the ONPRC. The primary function of this Animal Resources & Research Support (ARRS) position is to provide animals with sanitized primary housing in accordance with local, regional and federal regulations and guidelines, to perform research support tasks, routine health care, and manual and technical husbandry tasks, which are directly related to the care of laboratory animals.  Daily activities include cleaning, sanitizing and sterilizing animal primary housing and equipment following strict protocols. This position will also learn and master the ability to perform the manual and technical tasks directly related to the care of, and research support for the use of, laboratory animals. This includes safely performing basic animal husbandry and animal handling, healthcare procedures, including but not limited to feeding and sanitizing procedures, animal transfer and restraint, administration of medications, and the collection of research samples.    The area of work assignment and specific tasks will vary, depending on animal population and care requirements, service requirements, staffing needs and the individual’s knowledge. ARRS houses approximately 4600 nonhuman primates, and approximately 2000 small laboratory animals, on a daily basis. The animals are housed in 8 buildings and approximately 65 outdoor enclosures, on the ONPRC/OHSU campus. There are over 120 employees who are responsible for providing care of the research animals.    The successful candidate for this position will have basic knowledge for the care of animals, demonstrated by experience with household pets, farm or 4-H animals or previous work-related experience with animals. This position requires the ability read, write, and follow oral and written instructions, as well as having the ability to communicate effectively in oral and/or written formats with both technical and professional staff.    Some duties will require working outside in inclement weather and daily work may involve moving on wet and/or slick surfaces, through narrow corridors between rows of cages, and climbing stairs to corral observation towers. There is risk of exposure to zoonotic agents through injury, by direct contact with animals or their tissues, or by contact with equipment contaminated by animals or theirbody fluids. Some work duties may also include risk of exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals and sanitizing chemicals.    Candidates should have the ability to carry and lift up to 50lbs; lift objects weighing approximately 42lbs to shoulder height, and be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.    If you are a problem solver, have the ability to multi-task, be self-directed, and pay attention to details, this is a great position to start your career path in OHSU! 
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC)
Position Category
Veterinary
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2022-18010
Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/1/2022 9:01 PM)
**New hires are eligible for up to a $1,500 hiring bonus**     The Laboratory Animal Technician 1 is the first level of a three-level series. At this level, this position is focused on providing husbandry, healthcare and research support for laboratory animals maintained at the ONPRC. This position will learn and master the ability to perform  manual and technical tasks directly related to the care of, and research support for the use of, laboratory animals. This includes safely performing basic animal husbandry and animal handling, healthcare procedures, including but not limited to feeding and sanitizing procedures, animal transfer and restraint, administration of medications, and the collection of research samples.     The area of work assignment and specific tasks will vary, depending on animal population and care requirements, service requirements, staffing needs and the individual’s knowledge. Animal Resources &Research Support (ARRS) houses approximately 4600 nonhuman primates, and approximately 2000 small laboratory animals, on a daily basis. The animals are housed in 8 buildings and approximately 65 outdoor enclosures, on the ONPRC/OHSU campus. There are over 120 employees who are responsible for providing care of the research animals.  The successful candidate for this position will have basic knowledge for the care of animals, demonstrated by experience with household pets, farm or 4-H animalsor previous work-related experience with animals. This position requires the ability read, write, and follow oral and written instructions, as well as having the ability to communicate effectively in oral and/or written formats with both technical and professional staff.    Some duties will require working outside in inclement weather and daily work may involve moving on wet and/or slick surfaces, through narrow corridors between rows of cages, and climbing stairs to corral observation towers. There is risk of exposure to zoonotic agents through injury, by direct contact with animals or their tissues, or by contact with equipment contaminated by animals or theirbody fluids. Some work duties may also include risk of exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals and sanitizing chemicals.    Candidates should have the ability to carry and lift up to 50lbs; lift objects weighing approximately 42lbs to shoulder height, and be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.    If you are a problem solver, have the ability to multi-task, be self-directed, and pay attention to details, this is a great position to start your career path in OHSU! 
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC)
Position Category
Veterinary
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2022-17334
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/1/2022 6:17 PM)
The appointee shall provide services as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, discovery, and patient care.   The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at OHSU seeks a full-time, qualified academic Gynecologist with subspecialty training in Pediatric Adolescent Gynecology (PAG). In alignment with the strategic vision of the hospital, the preferred areas of clinical care, research and education will be focused on: - Diagnosis and management of heavy and/or irregular menstrual bleeding due to anovulation or bleeding disorders; management of dysmenorrhea and chronic pelvic pain, including endometriosis, pelvic floor dysfunction, and complex pain. - Menstrual education and management, including menstrual suppression, for adolescent girls and young adults with developmental needs. - Management of adolescents with PCOS/hyperandrogenism and other endocrinopathies. - Care of patients with premature ovarian insufficiency including pubertal induction for patients with ovarian dysgenesis, Turner Syndrome and patients who have iatrogenic ovarian insufficiency due to cancer treatment. - Diagnosis and management of pubertal disorders including precocious and delayed puberty, vulvar disorders, including lichen sclerosus, chronic vaginitis, vulvodynia. - Management of benign adnexal cysts/masses including hemorrhagic cyst follow-up, paratubal cysts, teratomas, including surgical management as clinically indicated. - Medical and surgical management of Mullerian anomalies including hymenal, vaginal, and uterine anomalies. - Participate in team-approached management of gender-affirming care for adolescents. - Confidential and comprehensive management of Contraception/STI screening/dyspareunia integrated with other care offered. - Diagnosis and management of pediatric and adolescent vulvovaginal dermatologic and infectious disorders. - Education of medical students and residents, both clinically as well as through didactics and hands-on simulation. The successful candidate will have a clinical Gynecology practice focused on pediatric adolescent gynecology. Clinical responsibilities will include Gynecology outpatient clinics, surgical Gynecology and full participation in the Gynecology call pool. The successful candidate will be expected to participate in the department’s educational responsibilities as well as clinical and research activities.   The Assistant Professor is a faculty member credentialed and privileged as an MD, with completion of an Ob/Gyn Residency, independent surgical experience necessary to provide a full-scope practice, and with demonstrated evidence and subspecialty training in Pediatric Adolescent Gynecology (PAG). The Assistant Professor is a member of the OHSU Professional Staff practicing in accordance with the respective bylaws. The Assistant Professor shall provide inpatient and outpatient clinical services at OHSU and OHSU Health partner sites as assigned by the supervisor in furtherance of the university’s missions and goals of teaching, research, patient care, outreach and public service. The Assistant Professor is expected to comply with all laws, regulations, OHSU policy, and other applicable professional standards of practice. 
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology - Generalist Division
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2022-20398
Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/1/2022 5:21 PM)
**New hires are eligible for up to a $1,500 hiring bonus**     The Laboratory Animal Technician 1 –Equipment Sanitation Technicianis the first level of a three-level series. At this level, this position is focused on providing husbandry, healthcare and research support for laboratory animals maintained at the ONPRC. The primary function of this Animal Resources & Research Support (ARRS) position is to provide animals with sanitized primary housing in accordance with local, regional and federal regulations and guidelines, to perform research support tasks, routine health care, and manual and technical husbandry tasks, which are directly related to the care of laboratory animals.  Daily activities include cleaning, sanitizing and sterilizing animal primary housing and equipment following strict protocols. This position will also learn and master the ability to perform the manual and technical tasks directly related to the care of, and research support for the use of, laboratory animals. This includes safely performing basic animal husbandry and animal handling, healthcare procedures, including but not limited to feeding and sanitizing procedures, animal transfer and restraint, administration of medications, and the collection of research samples.    The area of work assignment and specific tasks will vary, depending on animal population and care requirements, service requirements, staffing needs and the individual’s knowledge. ARRS houses approximately 4600 nonhuman primates, and approximately 2000 small laboratory animals, on a daily basis. The animals are housed in 8 buildings and approximately 65 outdoor enclosures, on the ONPRC/OHSU campus. There are over 120 employees who are responsible for providing care of the research animals.    The successful candidate for this position will have basic knowledge for the care of animals, demonstrated by experience with household pets, farm or 4-H animals or previous work-related experience with animals. This position requires the ability read, write, and follow oral and written instructions, as well as having the ability to communicate effectively in oral and/or written formats with both technical and professional staff.    Some duties will require working outside in inclement weather and daily work may involve moving on wet and/or slick surfaces, through narrow corridors between rows of cages, and climbing stairs to corral observation towers. There is risk of exposure to zoonotic agents through injury, by direct contact with animals or their tissues, or by contact with equipment contaminated by animals or theirbody fluids. Some work duties may also include risk of exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals and sanitizing chemicals.    Candidates should have the ability to carry and lift up to 50lbs; lift objects weighing approximately 42lbs to shoulder height, and be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.    If you are a problem solver, have the ability to multi-task, be self-directed, and pay attention to details, this is a great position to start your career path in OHSU! 
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC)
Position Category
Veterinary
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2022-15136
Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/1/2022 5:20 PM)
**New hires are eligible for up to a $1,500 hiring bonus**     The Laboratory Animal Technician 1 –Equipment Sanitation Technicianis the first level of a three-level series. At this level, this position is focused on providing husbandry, healthcare and research support for laboratory animals maintained at the ONPRC. The primary function of this Animal Resources & Research Support (ARRS) position is to provide animals with sanitized primary housing in accordance with local, regional and federal regulations and guidelines, to perform research support tasks, routine health care, and manual and technical husbandry tasks, which are directly related to the care of laboratory animals.  Daily activities include cleaning, sanitizing and sterilizing animal primary housing and equipment following strict protocols. This position will also learn and master the ability to perform the manual and technical tasks directly related to the care of, and research support for the use of, laboratory animals. This includes safely performing basic animal husbandry and animal handling, healthcare procedures, including but not limited to feeding and sanitizing procedures, animal transfer and restraint, administration of medications, and the collection of research samples.    The area of work assignment and specific tasks will vary, depending on animal population and care requirements, service requirements, staffing needs and the individual’s knowledge. ARRS houses approximately 4600 nonhuman primates, and approximately 2000 small laboratory animals, on a daily basis. The animals are housed in 8 buildings and approximately 65 outdoor enclosures, on the ONPRC/OHSU campus. There are over 120 employees who are responsible for providing care of the research animals.    The successful candidate for this position will have basic knowledge for the care of animals, demonstrated by experience with household pets, farm or 4-H animals or previous work-related experience with animals. This position requires the ability read, write, and follow oral and written instructions, as well as having the ability to communicate effectively in oral and/or written formats with both technical and professional staff.    Some duties will require working outside in inclement weather and daily work may involve moving on wet and/or slick surfaces, through narrow corridors between rows of cages, and climbing stairs to corral observation towers. There is risk of exposure to zoonotic agents through injury, by direct contact with animals or their tissues, or by contact with equipment contaminated by animals or theirbody fluids. Some work duties may also include risk of exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals and sanitizing chemicals.    Candidates should have the ability to carry and lift up to 50lbs; lift objects weighing approximately 42lbs to shoulder height, and be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.    If you are a problem solver, have the ability to multi-task, be self-directed, and pay attention to details, this is a great position to start your career path in OHSU! 
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC)
Position Category
Veterinary
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2022-15133
Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/1/2022 5:18 PM)
**New hires are eligible for up to a $1,500 hiring bonus**     The Laboratory Animal Technician 1 –Equipment Sanitation Technicianis the first level of a three-level series. At this level, this position is focused on providing husbandry, healthcare and research support for laboratory animals maintained at the ONPRC. The primary function of this Animal Resources & Research Support (ARRS) position is to provide animals with sanitized primary housing in accordance with local, regional and federal regulations and guidelines, to perform research support tasks, routine health care, and manual and technical husbandry tasks, which are directly related to the care of laboratory animals.  Daily activities include cleaning, sanitizing and sterilizing animal primary housing and equipment following strict protocols. This position will also learn and master the ability to perform the manual and technical tasks directly related to the care of, and research support for the use of, laboratory animals. This includes safely performing basic animal husbandry and animal handling, healthcare procedures, including but not limited to feeding and sanitizing procedures, animal transfer and restraint, administration of medications, and the collection of research samples.    The area of work assignment and specific tasks will vary, depending on animal population and care requirements, service requirements, staffing needs and the individual’s knowledge. ARRS houses approximately 4600 nonhuman primates, and approximately 2000 small laboratory animals, on a daily basis. The animals are housed in 8 buildings and approximately 65 outdoor enclosures, on the ONPRC/OHSU campus. There are over 120 employees who are responsible for providing care of the research animals.    The successful candidate for this position will have basic knowledge for the care of animals, demonstrated by experience with household pets, farm or 4-H animals or previous work-related experience with animals. This position requires the ability read, write, and follow oral and written instructions, as well as having the ability to communicate effectively in oral and/or written formats with both technical and professional staff.    Some duties will require working outside in inclement weather and daily work may involve moving on wet and/or slick surfaces, through narrow corridors between rows of cages, and climbing stairs to corral observation towers. There is risk of exposure to zoonotic agents through injury, by direct contact with animals or their tissues, or by contact with equipment contaminated by animals or theirbody fluids. Some work duties may also include risk of exposure to potentially hazardous chemicals and sanitizing chemicals.    Candidates should have the ability to carry and lift up to 50lbs; lift objects weighing approximately 42lbs to shoulder height, and be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.    If you are a problem solver, have the ability to multi-task, be self-directed, and pay attention to details, this is a great position to start your career path in OHSU! 
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC)
Position Category
Veterinary
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2021-14396
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/1/2022 4:54 PM)
The Carbone Lab at the Oregon Health & Science University invites applications for a Computational Biologist. The recruited person will work under supervision of the PI and a computational staff scientist to contribute to a newly funded project that aims to generate epigenetic maps from non-human primate tissues during development.   - This includes performing bioinformatic analysis of next generation sequence data from Hi-C, ChIP-seq, ATAC-seq and RNA-seq assays, using established pipelines and/or open-source software.   - This position requires a hard-working individual who has excellent attention to details and is capable of working in a highly collaborative environment while contributing to multiple projects simultaneously. - Solid bioinformatic computational skills are required for data analysis and documentation.  - Analyze epigenetic data generated via high-throughput sequencing as part of a funded U24 project. - Linux system and website administration - Participate in meetings
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Knight Cardiovascular Institute
Position Category
Research
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2022-20383
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/1/2022 4:09 PM)
Training Delivery - Demonstrates the ability to learn and become proficient in EpicCare Clinical applications trained by Clinical Education Services. - Demonstrates high level classroom management skills and the ability to follow a lesson plan as written. - Completes credentialing process for training OHSU EpicCare courses - Develops and maintains knowledge regarding EpicCare end-user functionality and workflows. - Collaborates with other members of the HEAT Epic training team to ensure the overall consistency and effectiveness of training. - May contribute to the design of training materials, handouts, lesson plans, on-line modules and presentation materials. - Teach HEAT classes in formal instructor-led training sessions for new and experienced learners. - Provides site-support during implementation of new programs. - Documents training completion in the learning management system to facilitate user access to EpicCare. - Demonstrates customer service excellence in accordance with OHSU policies and procedures
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Information Technology Group (ITG)
Position Category
Information Systems
HR Mission
Central Services
Requisition ID
2022-20396
Job Locations US-Telecommuting
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/1/2022 1:17 PM)
The position provides expertise in Oracle, OGA, Cognos, Rubix, CANDID,  and other university information systems with responsibility and oversight for over $36M in annual departmental financial activity: $16.7M in University Unrestricted Funds (including $10M in Faculty Practice Plan Funds), $4.5M in Foundation Funds, and $15.5M in annual grant direct costs ($23M in annual grant awards).  The position works closely with the Department Chair, Department Administrator, Clinical Operations Director, Neurology HR Manager, Sub-specialty Directors and coordinators in providing financial analysis and support.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Department of Neurology
Position Category
Accounting/Finance
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2022-18943
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/1/2022 12:55 PM)
- Develop quantitative imaging analysis tools or deep learning application in biomedical imaging - Summarize findings and publish results in research journals - Supervise other personnel in the laboratory to coordinate research efforts for increased efficiency;  participate in training of students and volunteer
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
SM.BME Biomedical Engineering
Position Category
Postdoctoral
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2022-20367
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(11/1/2022 12:35 PM)
- Designing and performing laboratory experiments - Generally maintaining laboratory and research space, laboratory notebooks and logs, etc. - Participating in lab meetings, making contributions and submitting research for publication, submitting applications for research funding, presenting research at seminars, poster sessions and conferences.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
SM. Molecular Microbiology & Immunology
Position Category
Postdoctoral
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2022-20366
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(10/31/2022 7:24 PM)
The CEDAR Clinical Research Assistant 2 is responsible for contributing to the success and continuous improvement of our early detection clinical trials. This includes working with the regulatory management team to assist in the completion of regulatory documentation required by the OHSU IRB and sponsor, assisting in the verification of patient eligibility, development of data collection instruments and consent forms, data entry, assurance of conduct of protocol in accordance with applicable NCI and FDA guidelines, and maintenance of study patient records and source documentation. The study coordinator will have direct patient contact and process biological samples. - Clinical Trial coordination - Be knowledgeable about clinical research protocols and protocol requirements. - Maintain inventory of supplies, reorder study kits and other supplies as needed. Ensure clinical research areas are stocked. - Meet weekly with entire study team, communicate with team as appropriate to ensure efficient operations. - Participant Coordination - Review patient data to determine appropriate eligibility and deficiencies regarding enrollment into clinical trials. - Screen, recruit and schedule patients. - Greet study subjects and consent patients prior to procedures. - Procure and process human biological specimens (to include blood, urine, etc) in adherence with protocol parameters and appropriate training.  - Perform data entry and chart review/abstraction to verify that key data has been reported to the clinical research database or reported to the sponsor in the required format. Review follow up data clarifications or data queries and report within study timeline. Maintain and update subject data for study analysis and survival. Assist investigators with any special requests for data retrieval and/or evaluation and analysis of clinical data for ongoing research studies. - Education- Participate in continuing education activities within the research program and other areas to maintain current knowledge of disease process, research regulatory requirements, and process improvements for clinical trials.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
CEDAR - Knight Cancer Institute
Position Category
Research
Requisition ID
2022-18211
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(10/31/2022 5:34 PM)
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.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Psychiatry - Research
Position Category
Research
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2022-20369
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(10/28/2022 6:46 PM)
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.
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
2019-2290
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(10/28/2022 4:28 PM)
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.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Knight Cancer Institute, Clinical Research Management
Position Category
Research
Requisition ID
2022-20365
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 months ago(10/27/2022 5:58 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.   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.   Clinical Responsibilities: - 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.   Patient Education: 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. Education: 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.   Scholarship:  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.   Clinical Supervision: 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.   Performance Improvement: 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.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2022-20362