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Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 days ago(3/20/2023 3:11 PM)
Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available   The OHSU Clinical registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities and patient populations. The Clinical RN's care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics. The Clinical RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, and knowledge transferor [Onsomble Model of the Professional Role™]. Professional accountability enriches the Clinical RN's engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork. The Clinical RN exemplifies the principles of a Culture of Safety by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, a Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture.   Working Conditions:  - Ability to lift, bend, stoop, reach, carry, push, pull and walk throughout the work period.   Able to lift 35 lbs independently.  Complies with the safe patient mobilization policy when lifting or positioning dependent patients, including using mechanical lifts and coordinating the assistance of other personnel     - Must be able to use all senses: seeing, hearing, touching, smelling, and speaking. Reasonable accommodations include corrective lenses and/or hearing aids - The work environment carries risk of exposure to human tissue/fluids and radiation - Must be able to deal with competing needs and priorities of internal and external customers, including making correct judgments regarding ensuring safe conditions for patients, families, and other personnel - Use of all hospital approved clinical equipment. Significant use of computers, copiers, multi-line phones, and fax  - Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation Department Specific Working Conditions: - Ability to stand up to 4 hours without sitting - Ability to tolerate moving throughout entire shift - Fast paced, dynamic admit/recovery environment, with competing priorities and quick turn-over of patients - Must have the ability to apply and maintain manual pressure to femoral arterial and venous access sites for up to 35 minutes - Ability to tolerate a noisy environment - Requires ability to push patient in a stretcher around corners throughout the shift - Requires the ability to ride the Arial tram throughout the day - Requires the flexibility to stay focused and have your assignment changed several times throughout your shift
FTE
0.75
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
Procedural Care Unit (11B PCU OHSU Hospital and Level 2 at CHH-2)
Position Category
Nursing-RN
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-22571
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 days ago(3/20/2023 3:06 PM)
Radiographic Scanning: - Perform clinical bone mineral measurements. - Patient demographic entry - Assist patient with disrobing and/or redressing - Weight & height measures - DXA scan(s) - Scan analysis - Report generation - Clean equipment between patients - Daily archiving of DXA scans - Preparation for next day appointments - Schedule review - Import return patient scans Radiology Equipment (DEXA) Maintenance and Quality Assurance: - Perform machine warm up, quality control scans and data analysis, each day before start of patient scanning. - Assist with maintaining bone mineral measurement equipment and scanning locations. - Maintain quality assurance records.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Endocrinology, Diabetes and Clinical Nutrition
Position Category
Radiology
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2022-21049
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 days ago(3/20/2023 2:58 PM)
Key Responsibilities 1. Practice: Demonstrate ability to answer poison calls, ascertain necessary information and obtain accurate history from caller. - Utilize basic data resources and consults with others as necessary to obtain accurate identification of substance of exposure and toxicity information in developing recommendations for plan of care. - Incorporate evaluation of patient/family ability to provide home care and monitoring when appropriate. - Demonstrate ability to identify exposure situations which pose an immediate potential health risk and take appropriate action to assure effective patient management. - Recognize inappropriate calls to poison center and utilize assistance to direct caller to appropriate resource. Provide patient access to social support systems. Recognizes unique responsibility to assure care to pediatric and suicidal patients. - Understand basic principles of toxicology, including: - Assessment of significant symptoms - History related to exposure - Principles of decontamination - Metabolism - Systemic and local effects - Understand/demonstrate knowledge of major substance exposure groups without needing assistance from others. - Assure that all initial incoming calls are answered in a timely manner and effectively triaged based on acuity of all active calls. - Consult with on call physician toxicologist according to department guidelines. - Utilize standardized departmental treatment guidelines unless directed otherwise by on call physician toxicologist. - Consult with on call physician toxicologist in instances in which treatment recommendations are not followed, and documents appropriately. 2. Documentation: - Adhere to documentation standards of the National Poison Data System as described in the NPDS manual. - Utilize Toxicall, the computerized documentation system of the Oregon Poison Center. - Check for accuracy and completeness of case documentation upon closing case. - Document clinical information relayed by OPC toxicology physicians. 3. Teaching and Education: - Incorporate poison prevention education in plan of care where appropriate. - Participate in education of students in the Oregon Poison Center by allowing monitoring of calls, assistance with selection of research projects and review of exams. - Recognize and adapt teaching to accommodate unique objectives of each student group. - Provide outreach public prevention and professional education in the community, when the opportunity and resources are available. 4. Participates in professional and departmental development programs and in-services. 5. Fulfills responsibility to the organization through performance that promotes the service excellence philosophy. 6. Performs requirements for Department Directors/Managers as outlined in Compliance Roles and Responsibilities in OHSU Hospitals and Clinics.
FTE
0.75
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
Oregon Poison Center
Position Category
Nursing-RN
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-22577
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 days ago(3/20/2023 2:28 PM)
Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available   The Vascular Access Team is an all RN team that provides support to the hospitals and clinic for difficult PIV insertions, midline insertions, PICC insertions, PICC maintenance and care, implanted port access and de-access, de-clotting lines, dialysis line access and de-access. Service is provided for both adult and pediatric patient populations.   The OHSU Clinical registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities and patient populations. The Clinical RN's care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics. The Clinical RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, and knowledge transferor [Onsomble Model of the Professional Role™]. Professional accountability enriches the Clinical RN's engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork. The Clinical RN exemplifies the principles of a Culture of Safety by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, a Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture
FTE
0.90
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Vascular Access Team
Position Category
Nursing-RN
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-22570
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 days ago(3/20/2023 2:16 PM)
The OHSU Clinical registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities and patient populations. The Clinical RN's care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics. The Clinical RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, and knowledge transferor [Onsomble Model of the Professional Role™]. Professional accountability enriches the Clinical RN's engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork. The Clinical RN exemplifies the principles of a Culture of Safety by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, a Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture.   The Hemophilia Center nurses are the primary patient contact and liaison for the Hemophilia Center. Under the direction of the nurse manager and program director, the nurse uses sound clinical judgment in triaging, assessing, planning, and implementing nursing care of patients with hemophilia and other bleeding and clotting disorder diagnoses. The nurses function as members of a multidisciplinary team and educate families, patients, schools, and other professionals about bleeding and clotting disorders and their treatment. The nurses work collaboratively under the clinical guidance of the physicians.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Institute on Development and Disability
Position Category
Nursing-Care Management
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-22305
Job Locations US-OR-Madras
Posted Date 5 days ago(3/20/2023 12:04 PM)
This position plays a vital role in supporting the residency by independently performing a variety of administrative and technical functions, including: ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT - Provide administrative support for the RTP Program Supervisor, Director as well as collaboration with the Portland Residency faculty and staff including but limited to scheduling PROGRAM COORDINATION - Schedules and coordinates the multiple Resident learners working in clinical sites in Madras, Prineville and Warm Spring, seamlessly integrating ACGME, program, department, and learner needs with the needs of preceptors, faculty, clinical sites, and health systems. - Helps achieve long-range objectives, short-term operational goals of the program and assists in the development of operating plans. - Oversee MedHub Residency Management System - Maintain graduate database and processes verification requests REGIONAL RELATIONSHIPS - Under the direction of the Program Director and Program Supervisor, maintain strong collaborative relationships with individuals and partner organizations in the region. - Monitor resident and faculty satisfaction and provide feedback to the Program Director and Program Supervisor as needed. - Ensure residents are aware of community events. Coordinate and support community driven resident interactions. RESIDENT SCHEDULE CREATION AND MANAGEMENT - Understand and interpret policies governing residency education from accrediting bodies including ACGME, ABFM, and institutional GME policies to develop internal scheduling policies and systems to maintain compliance. - Manage annual creation of resident rotation schedules of 12+ resident physicians and process schedule change requests that occur throughout the year. - Communicate and collaborate with outside services, both internal to OHSU, St. Charles, Mosaic, and IHS Warm Springs as well as external training sites to develop schedules that meet educational requirements.  Schedules include but not limited to inpatient rotations, call, continuity clinic, and specialty clinics. - Coordinate scheduling and delivery of didactic content - Manage web-based electronic scheduling system and interface with residency management software including schedule build and data mapping. - Develop and deliver technical training to residency staff and leadership, clinical staff, and residents to understand functionality of scheduling system as well as resolving technical issues for self and others directly with software vendor. - Coordinate scheduling and supervision of annual ABFM In-Training Exam for residents and prepare score reports for residents and advisors - Assist with resident CME requests as needed - Run monthly continuity clinic scheduling report and review with residency staff and leadership to project ability to meet clinic visit metrics. COMPLIANCE AND EVALUATION - Schedule and facilitate Clinical Competency Committee meetings semi-annually. - Develop and implement evaluation processes via MedHub to ensure residents, faculty, and rotations are evaluated according to ACGME requirements. - Make recommendations to program leadership and staff regarding approval/denial of use of CME time, complex schedule change requests, and leave plans based on in-depth knowledge and understanding of program policies. - Develop and maintain tracking and reporting tools to monitor completion of required experiences. - Evaluate scheduling systems and procedures for effectiveness and propose process improvement initiatives to standardize and streamline workflows. - Assists with maintaining program compliance - Coordinates annual reporting processes including ACGME and ABFM surveys, ABFM Residency Training Management System, program updates via ADS, GME Census and GME Track. - Create and facilitate execution of Program Letters of Agreement to ensure learner participation in outside activities RECRUITMENT - Coordinate annual recruitment process including but not limited to application processing and screening, creation of interview schedules, interview day logistics, and evaluation and ranking procedures. - Ensure accurate records are maintained in the ERAS application program and serve as applicant point of contact. - Coordinate with staff and faculty to plan program orientation and onboarding for incoming residents. - Coordinate off-site/virtual recruitment events, booths, and materials with marketing supervisor. OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES - Support residency committees, subcommittees, and workgroups - Assist with residency events as needed - Provide meeting support as assigned including but not limited to scheduling and creating agendas - Other duties as assigned.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Family Medicine
Position Category
Administrative/Office Support
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-22566
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 5 days ago(3/20/2023 11:36 AM)
Leadership: - Works as a consistent advocate for women’s health across OHSU. Expected to be a leader in strategy and operations – bring together individuals and groups from throughout OHSU and the community. Proposes outstanding patient care and a conducive work environment wherever women’s health services are delivered.  - Provides administrative oversight for CWH and Ob/Gyn activities including missions related to information management, the clinical enterprise and positioning the CWH and Ob/Gyn as thought leaders in Women’s Health on campus, locally, regionally and nationally. - Represents women’s health at institutional committees, community meetings, and at state and national learning networks and collaboratives.   - Ensures smooth, efficient and integrated operations with the various internal and external partners for Ob/Gyn and the CWH through the delivery of clinical services, research endeavors and information/policy initiatives.  Identifies initiatives through which the CWH and Ob/Gyn each partner in the development of programs and materials. - Acts as a liaison with all levels of administration, faculty and outside organization, including Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, OHSU’s Hospitals and Clinics and the OHSU Foundation, to coordinate departmental business, accomplish directives and facilitate the resolution of problems. Represent department Chairs/Directors/Division Heads in meetings, conferences and other administrative functions.  Represents the organization at the institutional level and across the enterprise on a variety of issues. Maintains relationships with all external sites of clinical service, manage administrative needs, and negotiate contract renewals. Strategic Planning and Development: - Is the administrative leader of the Executive Management Team for the Ob/Gyn Department and CWH involved in strategic planning and decision making – in partnership with the respective Director or Chair.  - Assist in the assessing, planning, developing, implementation, and execution of strategies and tactics to achieve optimal business performance. - Provides leadership in the development of new services and initiatives that further the mission of the Women’s and Children’s Service Line.  Ensures that comprehensive, cost efficient services and programs are developed to meet needs of customers and partners.  Provides leadership on new technologies, information dissemination and clinical services to ensure competitive edge. - Regularly monitors competitor Women’s Health Services for clinical and service offerings, amenities, pricing, etc. Keenly observes and analyzes local, regional, and national trends in women’s health services, delivery and emerging service/financing models in an effort to inform planning and operations initiatives. Works closely with OHSU Marketing/Communications to develop effective plans. - Develop comparisons of clinical care performance with other institutions and Centers of Excellence in Women’s Health; identify “Best Practices.”  Act as a liaison with University Hospital Consortium’s Best Practice initiatives for women’s health services. Use information gained to promote Best Practices in Women’s Health emanating from the CWH. Analysis and Improvement:  - Carries out other leadership and administrative management functions in support of the goals of the assigned operational areas of responsibility. Achieves fiscal and operational objectives of the Ob/Gyn Dept, CWH and Pediatric Division of Neonatology by analyzing clinical program plans on a short and long term basis. Prepares business plans and feasibility analyses for proposed new and expanded clinical services, faculty, and staff positions. Coordinates the introduction of new or expanded program services with OHSU Hospitals and Clinics and the SOM. Works within all areas of the Department to support Performance Improvement, including establishing best practices, and developing new tools and outcomes tracking methods. Fiscal authority for assigned areas of responsibility:    - Manages the development and administration of Center, Department and divisional budgets. Reviews and monitors monthly financial reports including operating clinical income, foundation, contracts, clinical trial, and grant accounts. Assist Financial Manager with development of annual budget. Approves expenditures for various division accounts. Works with Division Heads to interpret WRVU productivity reports and recommends steps for Clinical Divisions and MDs to attain WRVU production targets. Develops and maintains faculty compensation plan(s) and leads annual review/approval by Ob/Gyn and CWH Executive Committees. Responsible for the strategic management and development of administration budgets. - Works with the Finance Administrator, Revenue Cycle Manager, and UMG Client Service Coordinator to monitor and optimize the revenue cycle by developing, maintaining and enhancing processes which support full recovery of all professional fees while maintaining compliance with various institutional and industry regulations – for CWH, Ob/Gyn and Neonatology Services. - Collaborates with OHSU-SoM and Hospital Leadership, Division Heads, Practice Managers and the CWH ambulatory care leaders to establish budgets for departments under direct or matrix supervision, to meet the current and future requirements for personnel, equipment, and supplies. - Directs development of and reviews Ob/Gyn and CWH dashboard and financial statements on monthly/quarterly basis. Provides leadership for strategic cost containment concepts.  Promote cost-efficient operations and competitive pricing. - Liaison with Fiscal Managers to ensure proper budgeting and financial accounting of clinical divisions practicing within the CWH and Ob/Gyn. Monitor and control budgets with revenue from all funding sources. Develop, analyze and manage costs and cost data for departmental annual budgets to support all functions.  Ensure appropriate internal controls for expenditures.  Education Leadership: - Provides leadership and oversight to Department’s/Center’s educational areas, including supervision of support team for residency, clerkship, and fellowship. Provide budgeting support and financial updates to ensure activities are sustained through available funding. Human Resources Leadership: - Provides leadership for the Women’s and Children’s Services HR team. This includes strategy development to meet the diverse human resource needs of Women’s and Children’s Services partners, oversight of work priorities, development of performance metrics, development of Women’s and Children’s Services policies and procedures ensuring alignment with University policies, and mentoring of the HR Manager and team. Finance Leadership: - Provides leadership for the Women’s and Children’s Services Finance team. This includes strategy development to meet the diverse human resource needs of Women’s and Children’s Services partners, oversight of work priorities, development of performance metrics, development of policies and procedures. Research Leadership: - Provides leadership, oversight and operational support to all areas of the Center’s/Department’s research enterprise. Includes development of organizational structure and mentoring of team operations managers.  - Supervises OB/GYN specific research finance administrator, to provide budgeting support and financial updates to ensure activities are sustained through available funding. Administrative Leadership: - Directs divisional administrative support staff in conjunction with the Office Manager. Provides supervision to other assigned Women’s and Children’s Services central staff either directly or as it relates to CWH and OB/GYN support services. Motivates staff to perform optimally and fostering an environment of accountability. Establishes departmental policies and ensures policies and practices are aligned with University policies. Mentor’s development of OB/GYN Office Manager, CWH Program Manager, and other Women’s and Children’s Services leaders. - Is responsible for organizing and overseeing staff in the CWH Program services including program development and implementation management. - Responsible for the hiring and supervision of all staff in this arena. - Actively participates in faculty recruitment and retention strategies. Information Operations Management (including Professional and Community Relations): - Actively partners with professional organizations to promote and enhance image of CWH and Ob/Gyn.  Demonstrates leadership and facilitation skills.  Demonstrates self-motivation. Promotes cooperative work environment for all employees and customers. - Actively partners with Ob/Gyn Chair, CWH Director and community organizations to develop networks/alliances that promote visibility and enhance Women’s Health service line image.  Responsive to community needs. - Actively partners with OHSU’s Foundation to promote women’s health related philanthropic activities that support CWH or Ob/Gyn clinical services and content. Provide information, as necessary, to the Foundation to support their goals and mission.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Position Category
Management/Supervisory
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-21662
Job Locations US-OR-Beaverton
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/17/2023 6:16 PM)
Student worker duties will include (but are not limited to): - Help build a automated pipeline to assemble, curate, organize and display spatial transcriptomic and high-dimensional spatial data - Help build statistical and bioinformatic methods to analyze spatial transcriptomic and high-dimensional spatial phenotyping data - Help build statistical and bioinformatic methods to integrate spatial transcriptomic and high-dimensional spatial with single-cell CITE-seq data - Willingness and ability to work flexible hours - Ability and willingness to work independently - Ability to carry and lift 35 lbs. - Ability to stand for three continuous hours a day - Ability to work on computer for five continuous hours a day - Able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation  
FTE
0.00
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute
Position Category
Research
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2023-22560
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/17/2023 4:51 PM)
The Laboratory Animal Technician 1 provides for the basic health and husbandry needs of a large variety of laboratory research animals. The Lab Animal Technician works as a member of a highly interdependent team using a professional approach in providing direct animal care. The technician is most often the first line of defense in spotting health and environmental problems. This is the first level of a three level series. It is distinguished from the Laboratory Animal Technician 2 & 3 by requiring close supervision, intensified training and a lower level of independent decision making skills.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Comparative Medicine
Position Category
Veterinary
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2023-22562
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/17/2023 3:17 PM)
Clinical: - 3.5 days of clinic/clinic equivalents during non-service weeks. The outpatient responsibilities will be at the discretion of the Division Head and could be changed based on divisional needs. The following plan is proposed for 2023-2024. - 3 days per week at Legacy Health of interventional endoscopy procedures. - ½ day per week of ambulatory clinic. - GI Attending responsibilities. - 8-9 weeks of interventional service in rotation with NW Gastro specialist at Legacy Health.      - Night and weekend call - in rotation with specialist at NW Gastro.      Scholarlyand Research work: - Teaching of medical students, residents, Gl fellows during the course of the year.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Department of Medicine; Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2022-20757
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/17/2023 2:05 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. The study coordinator will also assist in outreach events in the community to reach a diverse population for recruitment, and support subsites in Oregon to expand our reach of clinical trials.    Duties Include:   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-Beaverton
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/17/2023 1:55 PM)
The Research Assistant will support ongoing research at ONPRC on contraception and the role of steroid hormones in regulating reproductive tract. Duties include tissue handling, histology, immunocytochemistry, image analysis, molecular biological and biochemical techniques. Supervised in vivo nonhuman primate animal and laboratory rodents studies. Work will involve immunodeficient mice, nonhuman primates and guinea pigs. Laboratory duties include ordering and stocking of supplies, data reporting and maintenance of data archives. This position will also contribute to and participate in research activities that include: daily checks of animal health and physical condition, monitoring daily hormone values, conducting experiments according to standard laboratory protocols and procedures, overseeing the administration of medications and treatments, coordinating animal experiments with ONPRC veterinary staff, assisting with animal/surgical procedures. Work involves processing of biological samples potentially infected with a variety of pathogenic agents, including human and simian viruses.  
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Oregon National Primate Research Center (ONPRC)
Position Category
Research
HR Mission
Research
Requisition ID
2022-21298
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/17/2023 1:27 PM)
The Clinical Trials Auditor, utilizing deep regulatory knowledge and clinical research expertise, conducts audits to evaluate clinical research conduct to ensure research integrity and compliance with institutional policies, state and federal regulations, and Good Clinical Practice (GCP).  The Clinical Trials Auditor, utilizing clearly defined expectations and effective communication skills, provides direction and support to investigators to strengthen their research and ensure regulatory and protocol compliance. The Clinical Trials Auditor maintains a tracking system to ensure compliance with Knight Cancer Institute Data & Safety Monitoring Committee (DSMC) auditing requirements as outlined it the Knight Data & Safety Monitoring Plan (DSMP). The Clinical Trials Auditor oversees and helps implement other Quality Assurance (QA) initiatives of the Knight Cancer Institute and also provides guidance/mentorship to other quality assurance and clinical research staff.   As part of CRQA, this individual participates in formal and informal training relative to the position responsibilities described herein.  Through the course of fulfilling the responsibilities of this position, this individual will also identify and actively propose revisions to educational materials, toolkits and SOPs to ensure consistency in messaging related to processes, regulatory compliance and research integrity. This individual independently manages workload within Knight/CRQA service level understanding timelines and job description expectations.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Knight Cancer Institute, Clinical Research Quality & Administration (CRQA)
Position Category
Research
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-22541
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/17/2023 1:25 PM)
- Cell culture experiments - Langendorf Heart experiments - Isolated vessel experiments - ELISA, Western Blot, PCR, Immunohistochemistry - Analysis of experimental data for publication and grant submission
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Knight Cardiovascular Institute
Position Category
Research
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-22549
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/17/2023 1:19 PM)
Always promotes the mission of the Knight Cardiovascular Institute through our Professional Standards of Customer Service, Reliability, Productivity, Professionalism, Accuracy, Timeliness, and Problem-Solving. Responsible for many aspects of clinical trial administration from startup to closeout and assuring appropriate conduct of protocols to FDA guidelines. This includes but is not limited to: - Collaborating with the Senior Research Coordinator regarding regulatory requirements of the study and creation of necessary sponsor, KCVI, OHSU and internal clinical trial documents and tools that facilitate study efficiency and team communication. - Coordinating with the assistants in the collection and transcription of all source data with guidance as needed. - Collaborate with study team to identify and develop new study-specific processes; ensuring everything is in place for first subject - Responsible for direct sponsor correspondence in regards to enrollment numbers and general study maintenance issues. Responsible for elements of patient visits including but not limited to: - Independently schedule and facilitate subject assessments. - Independently performs subject pre-screening and screening. - Responsible for working with the clinical research assistants to schedule visits. - Communicating assessments and appointments with study subjects - Active involvement in the consent process in tandem with the PI. - Independent direct patient contact to obtain or verify information and working with PI to triage clinical information and patient questions. Direct Collaboration with ancillary departments to make sure all patients receive timely blood draws (PKs), ECGs, vitals (blood pressure, temp, respirations, height, weight) or other study related tasks as needed.  Delegation to research assistant as deemed necessary. - Provide follow up for subjects who are no longer receiving treatment in the form of phone calls or clinic visits. - Ensure all documentation post-visit is entered into EPIC and EDC - Responsible for direct sponsor correspondence regarding patient safety, responding to queries, reporting adverse events, conduction of visits, etc. Assist the Clinical Trial Manager and Team Leads with other research related projects and administrative/office related duties as needed.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Knight Cardiovascular Institute
Position Category
Research
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-22548
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/16/2023 8:05 PM)
The purposes of these roles are to: - Provide clinical management of patients in Hematology & Medical Oncology; - Assure a coordinated, effective, high quality, and efficient care process; - Use an interdisciplinary team approach to the care of patients; - Work collaboratively with clinic management on process improvement projects; - Provide education to colleagues, staff and students, as needed. Positions are available in the following areas. You will be asked within the application process to indicate which position(s) you are applying for or are most interested in.   Outpatient Melanoma APP: Summary: This APP is part of a multidisciplinary team with medical oncology, surgical oncology, dermatology, and clinical research to provide care to patients with skin cancers, including melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, merkle cell carcinoma, and squamous cell carcinoma as well as ocular melanomas. May see up to 12 patients in a clinical day. Additionally, may intermittently provide oversight of the infusion unit, responding to acute infusion reactions and urgent medical issues. This is a full-time outpatient position.   Schedule: Four 10-hour days per week. Schedule to be determined upon hiring.   Allogeneic Transplant: Summary: The Center for Hematologic Malignancies (CHM) outpatient clinic provides acute and long-term care to patients who have undergone an autologous or allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplant (HCT) or received other cellular therapies such as chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR-T) therapy. Seeing up to 12 patients per day, this APP provides care in conjunction with a team comprised of physicians, APPs, RN coordinators, and other allied health professionals. APPs may practice both independently or in a shared-care model with physicians, as determined by the needs of the team. Additionally, this APP may be intermittently provide oversight of the infusion unit, responding to acute infusion reactions and urgent medical issues.   After appropriate proctoring, APPs will independently perform procedures including bone marrow aspirate/biopsy, lumbar puncture, ommaya tap, and skin biopsy.    Schedule:  Four 10-hour days between Monday and Friday.  Set schedule to be determined at time of hiring.   Outpatient Auto-Transplant/CAR-T Clinic: Summary: The Center for Hematologic Malignancies (CHM) outpatient clinic provides acute and long-term care to patients who have undergone an autologous or received other cellular therapies such as chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR-T) therapy. Seeing up to 12 patients per day, this Advanced Practice Provider (APP) provides care in conjunction with a team comprised of physicians, APPs, RN coordinators, and other allied health professionals. APP will practice independently. Additionally, this APP may be intermittently provide oversight of the infusion unit, responding to acute infusion reactions and urgent medical issues. Schedule: Four 10-hour days per week. Schedule to be determined upon hiring.    CHH2 Infusion Unit: Summary: This APP will provide oversight of the infusion unit, responding to acute infusion reactions and urgent medical issues. Additionally, they will see up to four same day/scheduled patients in our infusion clinic. Schedule: 7:00 am to 6:00 pm, weekdays, weekend, and holidays included.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Knight Cancer Institute, Division of Hematology & Medical Oncology, various outpatient settings
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
Requisition ID
2023-21446
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/16/2023 7:55 PM)
1) Provide essential customer service to the OHSU community, public, visitors, and guests through telephone and email as well as personal contact at the Campus Access and Commute Services (CACS) Customer Service Centers. - Assist a wide variety of customers with excellent customer service. - Excellent customer service includes greeting customers quickly and with a smile, treating them kindly, being empathetic, taking the time to understand/interpret their questions, and providing clear answers or assistance. - Work collaboratively with other Public Service Representatives, jointly sharing responsibilities and working as a team. - Retain, understand, and communicate a wide spectrum of information. - Explain information to the OHSU community in a way that is clear and understandable - Explain and uphold commute, badging, and access policies and regulations while maintaining professional demeanor at all times. - Focus and remain calm even in a busy, distracting, environment. - Operate a POS system that includes cash handling, receiving checks and running credit cards Other services include: issuing ID/Access badges, processing parking events, processing ticket appeals, selling parking passes, distributing keys, selling transit passes, managing RV spaces, managing special parking program, distributing tram passes, granting garage and door access.   2) Be proficient with technology: - Able to learn unknown and complicated computer programs and databases quickly. - Able to operate computers with specialized programs to issue badges and permits. - Able to enter data accurately, consistently and quickly into database software.  - Follow procedures for handling cash and other things of value. 3) Provide support in all programs run by CACS as needed: - Manage multiple email inboxes that require specialized knowledge (ID badge access, parking knowledge, key system, transit options, etc.) - Ability to think critically to problem solve challenging and constantly evolving issues. - Understand basic auditing processes. - Able to apply process improvement ideas to existing systems. - Operate a multi-line phone system and assist with answering phone calls as needed. Operate a multi-line phone system and assist with answering phone calls as needed.  
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Campus Access and Commute Services (CACS)
Position Category
Administrative/Office Support
HR Mission
Central Services
Requisition ID
2023-22314
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/16/2023 7:54 PM)
Referral Response - Collects pre-screening information on all incoming donor-related calls, documenting information according to CLA’s policies and procedures. - Evaluates incoming organ referrals for initial donor eligibility and communicates accurate referral information with the Administrator on Call (AOC). - Monitors current organ referrals to determine and evaluate changes in plan of care utilizing EMR review and communication with the hospital care team. - Performs initial and subsequent onsite huddles on local referrals. - Collaborates with the healthcare team to maintain the option of donation for the family. - Updates relevant internal and external stakeholders on status of active referrals and donor cases. - Provides real-time education to hospital staff about the donation process. - Collaborates with the Hospital Development department to ensure customer service needs are met for donor hospital partners. Team Support - Assists onsite Organ Donation Coordinator with various case functions such as chart completion, allocation calls and other logistical tasks as needed. - Maintains ability to perform case starts in certain circumstances (this includes serology testing, standing orders, basic donor management and chart completion). - Collaborates with the DFA team to facilitate authorization or disclosure with the legal NOK and accurately conducts a donor risk assessment interview with identified surrogate of the potential organ donor. - Activates staff for relief as appropriate - Coordinates logistics when necessary on active organ referrals and donor cases. - Peer reviews charts, assists with cultures or any other Quality Assurance chart completion tasks as needed. Performs other duties as assigned by the AOC and CLA leadership.  
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Pacific Northwest Transplant Bank
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-22054
Job Locations US-OR-Eugene
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/16/2023 7:54 PM)
Referral Response - Collects pre-screening information on all incoming donor-related calls, documenting information according to CLA’s policies and procedures. - Evaluates incoming organ referrals for initial donor eligibility and communicates accurate referral information with the Administrator on Call (AOC). - Monitors current organ referrals to determine and evaluate changes in plan of care utilizing EMR review and communication with the hospital care team. - Performs initial and subsequent onsite huddles on local referrals. - Collaborates with the healthcare team to maintain the option of donation for the family. - Updates relevant internal and external stakeholders on status of active referrals and donor cases. - Provides real-time education to hospital staff about the donation process. - Collaborates with the Hospital Development department to ensure customer service needs are met for donor hospital partners. Team Support - Assists onsite Organ Donation Coordinator with various case functions such as chart completion, allocation calls and other logistical tasks as needed. - Maintains ability to perform case starts in certain circumstances (this includes serology testing, standing orders, basic donor management and chart completion). - Collaborates with the DFA team to facilitate authorization or disclosure with the legal NOK and accurately conducts a donor risk assessment interview with identified surrogate of the potential organ donor. - Activates staff for relief as appropriate - Coordinates logistics when necessary on active organ referrals and donor cases. - Peer reviews charts, assists with cultures or any other Quality Assurance chart completion tasks as needed. Participates in meetings as requested by the department manager.   Performs other duties as assigned by the AOC and CLA leadership.  
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Cascade Life Alliance
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-22055
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 1 week ago(3/16/2023 7:50 PM)
Relationship Management - Act as a consultant, educator and liaison to key stakeholders and healthcare professionals. - Establish and develop ongoing relationships with key hospital personnel to ensure effective organ donation processes. - Facilitate on-site mediation and conflict resolution as needed in order to support organ donation efforts.  Education & Regulatory - Collaborate with hospital partners to develop strategic plans that serve to hardwire organ donation best practices. - Serve as a resource for hospital in the development and review of organ donation policies.Conduct, analyze and report death record reviews to hospital administration and key hospital personnel. - Utilize death record review findings to determine effectiveness of hospital's donation program and use data to determine organ donation education efforts and strategic plans. - Identify and educate all levels of hospital personnel and physician staff involved in the organ donation process. Process Management - Obtain and manage EMR access for internal clinical staff. - Provide real time support to internal and external customers on active donor cases.  May require overnight travel to distance hospitals. - Coordinate and participate in post donor case reviews to identify process variances and work to create solutions.  May require overnight travel to distant hospitals. - Develop and participate in organ donation committees in key hospitals to promote the organ donation mission.  May require overnight travel to distant hospitals. Other duties as assigned  
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Cascade Life Alliance
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-21743