Organ Pipe Maker Metal Job Description Sample
Model Maker / Sheet Metal Craftsman (Pos-212520)
Support all activities in the New Product Development groups by the fabrication of new parts or the assembly of working Prototype merchandisers, using the necessary equipment to produce a high quality product.
1.Work in collaboration with the designer and engineers developing new product using the modular concept to minimize the duplication of component parts and to streamline assembly methods.
2.Manufacture prototype merchandisers using material bills, drawings or sketches.
3.Effectively, efficiently and safely utilize the equipment in the Model Shop to support all areas of New Product Development to produce parts, prototypes or models.
4.Coordinate efforts with all the areas of manufacturing in the scheduling and procuring components or parts to ensure a timely and efficient completion to assigned projects.
5.Document changes during the prototype stages of developing new product and communicates changes to the designer or engineer assigned to the project.
6.Assist in the implementation of new products into the manufacturing areas either in Bridgeton or off site manufacturing facilities.
Must be able to read and comprehend blue prints and material bills.
Must be able to read wiring diagrams and be able to assemble and wire case components.
Must have a basic knowledge of refrigeration components and be certified in brazing.
Associates Degree Highly preferred.
Certification in refrigerated systems a plus but not required.
EPA certification for refrigerate handling.
Organ Transplant Clinical Coordinator
At one of the largest hospital in HCA's West Florida Division, become part of something bigger. Through the units of our 425-bed statutory teaching hospital, you will find an avenue to pursue your passion for excellence in patient care. Since 1978, Largo Medical Center has thrived due to a strong focus on growth, technological innovation, and excellence in care, compassion and convenience.
We have three locations primed to help patients in Pinellas County. Largo Medical Center has locations in Clearwater, through our Free-Standing ER, in Largo, FL through our Largo Medical Center
Main Campus and at Largo Medical Center
Indian Rocks close to Indian Rocks Beach.
Our campuses provide exceptional care to our patients through a variety of our service lines such as Emergency Services, Cardiovascular Services, Behavioral Medicine, Bariatric/Surgical Weight Loss care at the Florida Bariatric Centers, Breast Healthcare at the Florida Breast Institute, Clinical Research, Occupational Health, Hepatobiliary Center, Imaging and Diagnostic Services, Knee Care at the Florida Knee and Orthopedic Pavilion – 10th Anniversary, Outpatient and Inpatient Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, Robotic Surgery, Sports Injury care at the Florida Sports Medicine Center, Sleep Disorders Care, Wound Care and Spine and Neurological Care at the Florida Spine & Neuro Center.
As a progressive and thriving facility, Largo Medical Center is committed to launching service lines that align themselves with the needs of the community. Our newest example of this commitment is seen through the opening of our Transplant Institute of Florida, the first Transplant Institute in Pinellas County. With a passion for quality, and a commitment to growth for our hospital and our employees, Largo Medical Center creates a culture of compassion and service excellence for patients and employees alike. Apply online now!
The Organ Transplant Clinical Coordinator utilizes a variety of clinical and leadership skills to educate, consult, and facilitate the service-line team in achieving the highest quality of service and satisfaction for the patients. This position is Monday-Friday with call requirements.
Nursing Diploma or ASN; BSN preferred.
Current Florida State Registered Nurse license.
Minimum 2 years related clinical experience
Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider (BLS certification).
Lifting 10 lbs. maximum and occasionally lifting and/or carrying articles.
Critical thinking, service excellence and good interpersonal communication skills, ability to read/comprehend written instructions, ability to follow verbal instructions, PC skills.
Coop - Organ Manufacturing
The Job Details are as follows:
The Organ Manufacturing (OM) program at Lung Biotechnology focuses on identifying, scoping, and delivering projects in support of our mission to build cutting edge technology for organ scaffold 3D bioprinting to address the unmet needs for transplantable organs.
The OMG seeks to bring multiple highly talented coop students/interns to provide assistance with research and development engineering services including material design and development, characterization, and/or bioink formulation improvements under the direction of a project leader and/or senior engineering scientists.
These are educational positions, requiring basic knowledge and understanding of material science, biomanufacturing, and regenerative medicine technical concepts. This work will support the development of methods to produce 3D printed lung tissue scaffolds that are suitable for regenerative medicine applications.
Key Accountabilities /
Develops, evaluates and/or improves formulation designs for both new and current ongoing projects under the direct supervision of assigned engineering scientist or management personnel
Demonstrates an understanding of basic project management skills including development of a plan, schedule, etc.
Generates comprehensive protocols for testing/analyzing the materials during development
Generates design assurance and comprehensive report documentation for testing and characterization
Demonstrates communication and collaboration skills across functions
Actively enrolled student (at least a junior undergraduate standing) in an academic program for the entire duration of the assignment
Pursuing a BSc/MSc degree in Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Material Science, or related discipline
Strong written and oral communication skills, as well as the ability to work as part of a team
Must have time management and organization skills, with strong attention to details
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
GPA of 3.0 or higher, strongly preferred
Stem or progenitor cell culture and molecular biology experience a plus
Ability to initiate and manage day-to-day tasks effectively, including multi-tasking, flexibility and adaptability
Ability to independently follow experimental methods and protocols
Experience working with MATLAB, SolidWorks, COMSOL Multiphysics, CAD/CleWin design software is beneficial
United Therapeutics Corporation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer - EOE Minorities / Females / Protected Veterans / Individuals with Disabilities
RN Complex Surgery- Solid Organ Transplant Unit -Nights Presbyterian St. Lukes
Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center (P/SL) provides state-of-the-art, complex medical care in the heart of Denver's Uptown neighborhood.
Our hospital and emergency room treat patients from all over the Rocky Mountain region. We offer a range of services, including pediatric, high risk pregnancy, heart care and weight loss solutions.
Our full-service facility also offers a Cancer Center distinguished by the Commission on Cancer as a Center of Excellence, with the largest Bone Marrow Transplant Center in the Rocky Mountain region. P/SL holds centers of excellence designations in neonatal intensive care, spine and joint care and bariatric surgery as well as stroke certification and level IV trauma.
This position supports the mission of Presbyterian/St Luke's Medical Center of optimizing quality of life of all those served by expanding beyond the traditional focus on medical needs to the needs of the whole person.
The Medical Telemetry RN is responsible for the delivery of nursing care to the patient requiring telemetry and/or medical surgical care. The Medical Telemetry RN serves as primary nurse and/or care coordinator, leading the collaboration of all disciplines for well-coordinated patient care. The Medical Telemetry RN oversees and directs the care of assistive personnel, maintaining final accountability for the care given to assigned patients. When the need arises, will perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center expects our Code of Conduct Value Statements to be reflected in the way every employee interacts with co-workers, patients and family members, and with others in the community.
We recognize and affirm the unique and intrinsic worth of each individual
We treat all those we serve with compassion and kindness
We act with absolute honesty, integrity and fairness in the way we conduct our business and the way we live our lives.
We trust our colleagues as valuable members of our healthcare team and pledge to treat one another with loyalty, respect and dignity
Licensure/Certification/Registration: Current licensure in the State of Colorado as a Registered Nurse; BLS – Healthcare provider. ACLS required within the first 12 months of hire.
Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing.
EKG interpretation competency and/or course within the first 6 months of hire. BSN preferred.
Experience: One year experience in acute care preferred.
Ability to communicate effectively with patients, families, physicians, and other health care team members.
Ability to manage a team and work with others within a team to ensure quality patient care. Strong critical thinking skills.
RN Solid Organ Transplant Coordinator-Kidney Transplant
Position Summary-Kidney-Organ Transplant Coordinator
The role of an Organ Transplant Coordinator is one that encompasses specialized nursing care focused on protection, promotion, and optimization of the health and abilities of the patient awaiting transplantation as well as the transplant recipient. This position is responsible for working with the multi-disciplinary team to coordinate, oversee, and monitor medical and psychosocial activities related to organ transplantation; including the collection, organization, and submission of statistical data.On Call Schedule
this position requires being on-call for 1 week approximately one time every month.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Evaluate transplant recipients and potential recipients by obtaining personal and medical history, reviewing diagnostic and laboratory test results, and scheduling medical/psychosocial consultations as warranted. Assist physicians with medical treatment, and provide plan of care information to patients and/or family members. Schedule clinic visits, labs, diagnostic studies, admissions, and emergency visits, and coordinate patient transport. Provide telephone triage of patient related concerns, reporting medical providers with patient status/condition changes as warranted.
Navigate, edit, and maintain the electronic medical record and other government/regulatory electronic data submission elements. Compile, calculate, and analyze statistical, medical, and operational data to report to government, regulatory, and medical organizations. Ensure the accuracy and completeness of government and regulatory required care plans and organ sharing forms.
Provide on-call, pre and post-transplant related coverage to address the needs of patients, hospital staff and outside organizations that is facilitated by the use of a rotating call schedule. Act as the liaison with organ procurement organizations. Maintain transplant waiting list and advise physicians, patients and/or families regarding eligibility status on the waiting list.
Develop and provide education regarding the transplant evaluation process and care while awaiting transplantation. Also provides ongoing education that begins during the initial transplant admission and continues throughout the patient's transplant related care at Children's.
Participate in intra and interdisciplinary programs and committees, attend organ selection committee meetings, quality assurance performance improvement (QAPI) review meetings, monthly departmental staff education meetings, and participates in orienting fellows/residents.
- Four-year Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience.
Licenses & certifications
Current RN license in the State of Texas.
Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator (CCTC) within 24 months of employment and must complete continuing education requirements to maintain CCTC.
100% of all RN's, whose job includes 50% or more direct patient care will have a minimum of a BSN by January 1, 2020. Newly hired or promoted RN's, whose job includes 50% or more direct patient care, will be limited to a BSN or higher, effective January 1, 2018. Effective immediately, and until January 1, 2018, preference will be given to hiring BSN nurses whenever possible.
- Minimum 1 - 2 years of job related experience.
Specific knowledge, skills, and abilities
Maintain effectiveness when experiencing major changes in work responsibilities or environment; adjust effectively to work within new work structures, processes, requirements, or cultures.
Use appropriate interpersonal styles to establish effective relationships with customers and internal partners; interact with others in a way that promotes openness and trust and gives them confidence in one's intentions.
Meet patient and patient family needs; take responsibility for a patient's safety, satisfaction, and clinical outcomes; use appropriate interpersonal techniques to resolve difficult patient situations and regain patient confidence.
Ensure that the customer perspective is a driving force behind business decisions and activities; craft and implement service practices that meet customers' and own organization's needs.
Develop and use collaborative relationships to facilitate the accomplishment of work goals.
Identify and understand issues, problems, and opportunities; compare data from different sources to draw conclusions; use effective approaches for choosing a course of action or developing appropriate solutions; take action that is consistent with available facts, constraints, and probable consequences.
Take prompt action to accomplish objectives; take action to achieve goals beyond what is required; be proactive.
Deal effectively with others in an antagonistic situation; use appropriate interpersonal styles and methods to reduce tension or conflict between two or more people.
Effectively manage one's time and resources to ensure that work is completed efficiently.
Accomplish tasks by considering all areas involved, no matter how small; showing concern for all aspects of the job; accurately checking processes and tasks; being watchful over a period of time.
Set high standards of performance for self and others; assume responsibility and accountability for successfully completing assignments or tasks; self impose standards of excellence rather than having standards imposed.
Assimilate and apply new job-related information in a timely manner.
Clearly convey information and ideas through a variety of media to individuals or groups in a manner that engages the audience and helps them understand and retain the message.
Sedentary - Exerting up to 10lbs. occasionally or negligible weights frequently; sitting most of the time.
Organ Recovery Coordinator
The LifeNet Health mission is simple: Saving Lives. Restoring Health. Giving Hope. Its mission, along with its core values of safety, quality, innovation and service continue to create an unmatched record in transplant solutions, which cannot be achieved without talented, dedicated team members who share the same values and attributes that guide the LifeNet Health team every day.
If you have a commitment to customer care, quality and innovation as well as integrity and passion, then you've come to the right place.
We are currently seeking an Organ Recovery Coordinator to join the LifeNet Health team in our Richmond, VA location.
As an Organ Recovery Coordinator, you would be responsible for the surgical recovery phase of the organ donation process. He/she works collaboratively with transplant surgeons and hospital personnel to ensure that every organ/tissue gift is successfully recovered. As a clinical services team member, he/she participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility for the overall success of the team in achieving departmental goals. . The Organ Recovery Coordinator participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility for the overall success of the team in achieving departmental goals. The Organ Recovery Coordinator will perform their job in a manner that exemplifies the mission, attributes and values of LifeNet Health on a continuous basis.
You would be expected to perform all tasks assigned to you, including but not limited to:
Assumes responsibility for all aspects of the surgical organ recovery, kidney perfusion and imported organ processes and ensures compliance with all internal and external regulatory standards.
Works collaboratively with local transplant centers to facilitate the procurement and transplantation of organs accepted from outside of LifeNet Health's donation service area.
Responsible for completion of organ allocation from donors recovered within LifeNet Health's donation service area. Ensures that donated organs are allocated in an efficient and timely manner in accordance with LNH and OPTN/UNOS Policies. Ensures that organs and tissue will be recovered to maximize utilization in accordance with LNH and OPTN/UNOS policies. Preserves organs and tissue according to LNH and national standards to ensure maximum viability for transplantation.
Accurate and timely documentation of clinical and logistical information for all donor referrals/donors in compliance with all internal and external regulatory standards.
Maintains stocking and preparation of supplies necessary for organ recover.
Two-years College or vocational training.
Valid State of Virginia Driver's License.
Minimum 1 year related work experience.
Knowledge of complex procedures and practices of a specific function.
Knowledge of complex and diversified procedures, practices and policies.
Knowledge of procedures and services of related areas.
Proficient in Microsoft Office.
Certified Scrub Tech (CST), Certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
OPO/OR experience, prior organ and/or tissue recovery experience .
Ability to perform routine tasks and multi-task.
Get to Know LifeNet Health:
LifeNet Health, headquartered in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is the largest nonprofit organ procurement organization ("OPO") and tissue bank in the United States, as well as a leading innovator in transplantation research and regenerative medicine. LifeNet holds the longest running current accreditation by the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB). Its goal is to improve the quality of human life through the provision of organs and tissues for transplantation, as well as innovation in the fields of bio-implants and regenerative medicine, and to serve the community with educational and support services that enhance the donation process.
We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer EOE/M/F/Disability/Vet. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
Organ Procurement Coordinator I
Job Req ID: 155246
Position Number: 00109881
Employment Type: Full Time
Standard Hours: 36.00
Department Name: Organ Procurement
Location: Carolinas Medical Center
Carolinas HealthCare System is Atrium Health. Our mission remains the same: to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing - for all. The name Atrium Health allows us to grow beyond our current walls and geographical borders to impact as many lives as possible and deliver solutions that help communities thrive. For more information, please visit carolinashealthcare.org/AtriumHealth
Assists with the recovery of all usable organs and other tissues for transplantation or research. Conducts donor evaluation, obtains family consent, assists with donor management and with the surgical recovery. Responsible for placement, preservation, and transportation of shared organs.
Consults with the Procurement Coordinator II regarding donor management.
Responds to donor calls within the designated service area to perform donor evaluation as to suitability and viability of organs and tissues.
Assists with the medical management of potential donors in conjunction with the Procurement Coordinator II.
Obtains consent from family members for organ/tissue donations.
Identifies appropriate surgeon(s) to perform necessary procedures and to assist with these procedures.
Provides post-recovery information to the medical professionals who were involved in the donor's terminal hospital course including attending physician(s), resident staff, nurses, and to the donor's family.
Makes regular rounds and provides inservices for assigned hospitals to identify potential donors and heighten awareness.
Coordinates recovery efforts with other organ procurement agencies.
Maintains equipment, drugs, and supplies for procurement and preservation.
Work in office, patient care area, clinical laboratory and operating room. Long periods of time on duty required. Ability to interact appropriately with grieving families and professional staff. Lifting heavy objects and use of personal car for business is required.
Education, Experience and Certifications
RN with current license in North Carolina preferred, or ABTC Certification as a CPTC. Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider (BLS HCP) from AHA is required.
At Carolinas HealthCare System, our patients, communities and teammates are at the center of everything we do. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion allows us to deliver care that is superior in quality and compassion across our network of more than 900 care locations.
As a leading, innovative health system, we promote an environment where differences are valued and integrated into our workforce. Our culture of inclusion and cultural competence allows us to achieve our goals and deliver the best possible experience to patients and the communities we serve.
Posting Notes: Not Applicable
Carolinas HealthCare System is an EOE/AA Employer
Pipe Welders (Night Shift)
In this intermediate level role, the welder joins, fabricates and repairs metal and other welding material by applying appropriate welding techniques. The welder welds together pipe fittings and metal components as specified by isometrics, work orders or verbal instructions.
Principle Duties & Responsibilities
Be capable of performing all aspects of the Fabrication Department.
Reads and understands P & ID drawings and other package layout drawings to determine appropriate welding process.
Inspects complete welds to determine structural soundness.
Bolts, clamps, and tack-welds parts to secure in position for welding.
Sets up equipment and parts, using arc, gas-shielded arc, or arc gas welding equipment.
Weld metal materials to piping systems equipment using the appropriate welding procedure for the various equipment and metal types involved.
Responsible for observing and complying with all safety and project rules.
EE will align with EFX visions and values.
Perform other duties as required.
High School Diploma/GED or 1 year technical diploma/vocational certificate desired.
Minimum of 2 - 4 years' of relevant industrial experience required.
Must have experience welding multiple types of pipe including, but not limited to: carbon steel, stainless steel and chrome.
Must be qualified on GTAW, GMAW and FCAW processes on 2" and above pipe in all positions.
Must pass 6G pipe test.
Must be able to read and interpret all engineering drawings in order to efficiently perform work.
Familiar with standard concepts, practices and procedures within a particular field.
Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
Works under general supervision.
Industrial environment. This role will require a large amount of standing, bending, squatting, lifting and walking on a constant basis. May be required to lift, carry and move up to 50 lbs. Many tasks have high degrees of time sensitivity.
Enerflex Ltd. is a single source supplier of natural gas compression, oil and gas processing, refrigeration systems, and electric power generation equipment – plus related engineering and mechanical service expertise. The Company's broad in-house resources provide the capability to engineer, design, manufacture, construct, commission, and service hydrocarbon handling systems. Enerflex's expertise encompasses field production facilities, compression and natural gas processing plants, refrigeration systems, and electric power equipment servicing the natural gas production industry. Headquartered in Calgary, Canada, Enerflex has more than 2,000 employees globally and operates in over seven regions around the world.
Enerflex puts its Values of Integrity, Commitment, Creativity and Success into action in all aspects of business. The Company values passionate people who want to put their career into overdrive. We will help match your skills with a position that challenges you to reach new heights, rewards you for outstanding performance and allows you to grow with the Company throughout your life-long career. Join the Enerflex team and apply now.
What Enerflex Offers You
Cost Shared Health and Dental Benefits
Employee Share Purchase Program
Employer Matched 401K
Professional Development Opportunities
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.
ENERFLEX IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Enerflex grants equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, genetic information, mental or physical disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law. Equal employment opportunities are provided in recruitment, hiring, promotions, wages, benefits, and other terms, conditions and privileges of employment.
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Solid Organ Transplant Medical Science Liaison
The Solid Organ Transplant (SOT) Medical Science Liaison (MSL) provides comprehensive medical and scientific information in connection with Sanofi products.
The SOT MSL serves as an advanced field-based scientific professional for US Medical Affairs division of North American Pharmaceutical Operations. The SOT MSL shares scientific and clinical data exceptionally well, communicating directly with US healthcare providers and clinical researchers via appropriate compliant scientific exchange, clinical research, disease state awareness/education and medical education gaps. Also, the SOT MSL serves as a field-based scientific professional to facilitate research, education, or other collaborations. The position supports US Medical Affairs mission of generating, translating, and communicating clinical and scientific data to US healthcare providers and decision makers to demonstrate the safe and appropriate use of Sanofi products, technologies, and services in support of optimal patient care.
The responsibility of the SOT MSL is to establish scientific and professional credibility with customers and other healthcare stakeholders, communicate appropriately and compliantly via scientific exchange on the value of Sanofi products, provide insights to internal teams on key medical education gaps relevant to healthcare decision makers, healthcare providers and identify clinical research sites or educational opportunities when appropriate. SOT MSLs serve as the principal field-based scientific resource between US Medical Affairs and external health care providers involved in pharmaceutical selection, access and health care decisions. SOT MSLs engage in scientific exchange by providing clinical data or disease state education in response to clinical, disease state, and evidence-based guideline information requests from health care providers. SOT MSLs also communicate Medical Materials Review Committee (MMRC)-approved clinical information, in compliance with applicable SOPs. SOT MSLs also identify and communicate customer insights to internal teams to inform the medical research and provide field-based representation to facilitate research, education, and other collaborations, in compliance with applicable SOPs.
Territory: AZ, CA, OR, WA
II. ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Primary responsibilities of this role are to facilitate information, education, and research activities for physicians and ancillary healthcare professionals regarding in-development or commercialized Sanofi products.
Demonstrate Strong Scientific/Technical Expertise in support of Solid Organ Transplant :
Understanding of clinical knowledge
Understanding of the disease state and broader therapeutic area
Understanding of scientific evidence regarding Sanofi products, technologies & services, relevant disease states, and healthcare management
Understanding of clinical trials methodology, outcomes, and limitations
Understanding of connection between healthcare providers and organizations within the MSL designated territory and across the region
Understanding and translation of complex scientific and clinical data to healthcare providers with varying levels of expertise and internally within Sanofi
Proficiently utilize and communicate clinical data, therapeutic guidelines and other technical tools in the field
Understanding and contribution to US Medical Affairs strategy regarding new product analysis and clinical decision-making for the US healthcare provider
Drive internal understanding of US Medical Affairs with respect to unmet medical education and research needs
Effectively Manage Regional Responsibilities in support of Solid Organ Transplant:
Principal field-based medical point of contact for healthcare providers within the region
Communicate and disseminate scientific and clinical data in response to unsolicited requests for information as appropriate per medical field policy, using oral presentations, written communications, scientific literature or other approved materials and tools. Provide timely, fair balanced, objective information.
Create and execute medical engagement based on medical education needs, within the region
Create and maintain medical relationships with key medical, surgical, pharmacy, and other healthcare professional organizations which includes response to medical requests, dissemination of verbal or enduring MMRC-approved educational resources in response to medical needs, and coordination of US Medical Affairs research collaborations
Identify and provide medical education solutions for unique or impactful medical learning opportunities
Ability to work seamlessly across various levels of healthcare providers and within institutions
Consistently and appropriately partners with Sanofi field and home office colleagues regarding shared stakeholders, learnings and insights in a manner that is fully adherent with all Field Interactions Policies
Ability to effectively represent the needs of healthcare providers to US Medical Affairs and other Sanofi colleagues ensuring that unmet needs are identified, understood, and prioritized
Identify and build strong collegial relationships with thought leaders within assigned geographical area
Provide meaningful input into clinical research agendas by collecting, synthesizing and communicating customer insights to internal partners.
Communicate and Disseminate Medical Education and Medical Information in support of Solid Organ Transplant:
Establish and maintain credible peer-to-peer scientific interaction with international, national, and top regional thought leaders based on cutting edge clinical data and information.
Displays ability to assimilate scientific data accurately, with strong learning agility, and to communicate such information clearly and with appropriate balance
Serve as a primary resource for clinical and scientific information to internal associates and external health care providers. Communicate effectively to internal medical and business partners as needed
Proactively communicate MMRC-approved scientific and clinical information within medical field policy to ensure delivery of high quality education to impact optimal patient care.
Demonstrate excellent communication of clinical trial findings and other healthcare decision support tools to inform healthcare providers
Connect healthcare providers as appropriate with Sanofi medical or other resources to address their information needs (e.g., Medical Unit physicians, Outcome Liaisons, Medical Information).
Collaborate with US Medical Affairs, Regulatory, Legal, or other departments and external experts
Participate in professional communication and dissemination at scientific congresses and other professional meetings via podium or scientific poster presentations
Lead the identification and assist in the development of field medical tools and other communication approaches, collaborating with the appropriate Medical Affairs colleagues
Collaborate with Field and Home Office Partners:
Demonstrate excellent teamwork and partnership within US Medical Affairs and with Medical Unit, Market Access, Patient-Centered Business Unit, Corporate Affairs, and other colleagues
Collaborate with field-based and home office medical, EBM and commercial partners to meet healthcare providers medical information requests, support medical strategy, and align as appropriate with commercial activities. Provide training and expertise as needed
Contribute to medical or business partner meetings to ensure appropriate collaboration and provide scientific/educational updates and communicate medical needs within the organization
Provide input in the development of and ensure the appropriate execution of clinically relevant regional or national medical meetings (e.g. advisory boards, consultant or investigator meetings)
Engage in support of medical advisory boards or other activities that strive to understand the application and impact of current or planned clinical trials
Communicate medical education gaps and propose solutions to relevant internal colleagues
Serve as a medical resource for ongoing training needs and provide medical support at meetings if requested
Communicate Impactful Field Insights in support of Solid Organ Transplant:
Identify and regularly communicate field insights and emerging clinical trends to internal stakeholders and broader medical strategy and agenda by gathering, synthesizing, and communicating uncovered educational gaps to internal medical teams.
Communicates field insights to the Medical Core team
Identify potential clinical research investigators or other partnerships with healthcare stakeholders in support of Solid Organ Transplantation:
Identify, evaluate, and communicate potential opportunities for clinical investigators with qualified investigators in to address appropriate scientific questions aligned with overall medical strategy.
Serve as a liaison for the review and submission Investigator Sponsored Trial proposals.
Demonstrate Compliance via Understanding of and Adherence to Applicable Policies and Standards:
Complete all required training, demonstrate a deep knowledge and understanding of Sanofi's relevant procedures, guidance's, and adhere to corporate policies and procedures.
Demonstrate accountability for all necessary and appropriate Sanofi legal, regulatory, and compliance review of communication materials, research or other partnerships, or other types of activities. Collaborate effectively with the Medical Affairs and other colleagues, including the Standards and Quality Assurance teams, to understand and ensure adherence to relevant policies and standards.
Complete all activity documentation, expense reporting and other administrative responsibilities in a timely manner
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, AND SKILLS
MD, PharmD, PhD preferred (Solid Organ Transplant clinical practice or sciences) or PA/NP/DNP accompanied by previous pharmaceutical industry or clinical research experience in solid organ transplantation
Knowledge and experience in therapeutic area of Solid Organ Transplantation
Clear understanding of local medical practice and clinical decision making in regards to patient care
Interpretation of key scientific data and ability to translate this information to meet educational, clinical, and research needs
Understanding of healthcare systems affecting patient care
Understand the design and execution of research studies
Exemplary communication and presentation skills
Ability to think strategically
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE JOB
This job requires extensive use of computer equipment - Must be able to operate home office equipment such as computer, iPad, iPhone, printer and be knowledgeable with Microsoft Office software such as Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint
This job has specific physical requirements (e.g. lifting, driving, ability to travel, etc.) Please specify: Must be able to travel 75% of the time, drive and lift in accordance with airplane and automobile travel
LEADERSHIP SUCCESS PROFILES & COMPANY VALUES
Job requires consistent demonstration of appropriate behavioral competencies as defined through the company's Leadership Success Profile and Company Values Model.
Sanofi is dedicated to supporting people through their health challenges. We are a global biopharmaceutical company focused on human health. We prevent illness with vaccines, provide innovative treatments to fight pain and ease suffering. We stand by the few who suffer from rare diseases and the millions with long-term chronic conditions.
With more than 100,000 people in 100 countries, Sanofi is transforming scientific innovation into healthcare solutions around the globe.
Sanofi, Empowering Life
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PRN Organ Transplant Nurse Coord
The University of Kansas Health System is a world-class academic medical center and destination for complex care and diagnosis. We are driven by our commitment to service, to continuous improvement and to the highest degree of excellence.
Every member of our team shares an unwavering commitment to put patients first. We offer a wide array of career opportunities, along with competitive pay and outstanding benefits. We invite you to join us as we continue to advance the power of academic medicine.
Position Summary/Career Interest
The Organ Transplant Nurse Coordinator plans, directs, and provides specialized nursing care with the primary emphasis on the treatment of individuals with end stage organ disease that are designated to have a solid organ transplant. Provides continuity and coordination of patient care; conducts patient and professional education initiatives; collaborative relationship with multidisciplinary teams, community resources and agencies.
Demonstrate knowledge and ability to facilitate living donation/transplantation, and will utilize that knowledge to coordinate the care of the living donor for evaluation and live organ donation. Identifies appropriate live donor candidate upon referral, and interacts with appropriate staff.
Demonstrates knowledge and ability to coordinate the care of the transplant recipient in the outpatient setting to achieve optimal physical, social and emotional rehabilitation. Identifies and responds to recipient/family/legal guardian's educational, psychosocial and economic needs in post-transplant phase.
Reinforces post-operative teaching. Collects and reviews data pertinent to recipient's health and organ function. Communicates lab data and diagnostic results to transplant physician/health care provider.
Implements changes in drug/treatment therapy as ordered by physician(s) and/or health care provider. Arranges for consultations, diagnostic procedures and hospitalization when indicated. Reinforces and facilitates need for well care (i.e., periodic mammography, pap smears and colonoscopy). Ensures recipient is screened annually for malignancy. Assesses recipient's need for immunizations.
Demonstrates knowledge and the ability to monitor and coordinate care of the candidate awaiting organ transplantation. Develops and institutes a teaching plan addressing transplant candidate/family/legal guardian's learning needs.
Maintains/ensures communication with patient, referring physicians, payers, other health care providers and transplant team members. Ensures cytotoxic antibody screen is obtained regularly per transplant center protocol. Maintains routine health maintenance and surveillance for malignancy during the waiting period.
Exhibits ability to maintain and update candidate-listing status per OPTN/UNOS regulations. Identifies the need for candidate re-evaluation and initiates when appropriate. Provides and maintains comprehensive documentation of candidate progress.
Demonstrates proficiency and continual growth in the knowledge of transplantation. Reviews and integrates into practice the current professional literature in the field of transplant.
Attends practice-related conferences. Participates in professional transplant/procurement organizations. Examines current transplant-related research.
Shares knowledge through mentoring/precepting newly hired staff. Demonstrates understanding and the ability to assume responsibility for individual judgments to achieve the highest quality of care for the transplant candidate, recipient, family and living donor.
Demonstrates understanding and ability to facilitate/coordinate evaluation and OPTN/UNOS listing of potential transplant candidate. Identifies appropriate candidate
upon referral, and interacts with appropriate staff. Identifies requirements for candidate evaluation. Coordinates with multidisciplinary team the evaluation process for potential transplant candidate.
Demonstrates understanding of post-transplant management including medications, complications, interventions and discharge planning in the coordination of recipient care. Demonstrates the ability to collaborate effectively with multidisciplinary team.
Monitors patient progress post-transplant. Identifies complications and considers interventions with the transplant team. Communicates recipient's status to referring physician, health care providers and payers.
Identifies and responds to the educational, psychosocial and economic needs of recipient/family/legal guardian during hospitalization. Educates recipient/family/legal guardian regarding care and responsibilities after transplantation.
Educates candidate/family/legal guardian about living donation options, evaluation process, OPTN regulations, organ allocation, waiting phase, transplant process, risks/benefits, including utilization of expanded donors, high-risk donors, if applicable, post-operative phase including immunosuppressive therapy and effects, potential research protocols of the transplant program, candidate/family/legal guardian responsibility throughout the transplant process.
Exhibits knowledge and ability to facilitate transplant process when organ becomes available to transplant candidate. This includes defining and adhering to the current OPTN/UNOS regulations and allocation policies.
Communicates with the OPO and collects the appropriate data necessary for decision-making regarding organ acceptance/rejection for transplant. Shares necessary information about the donor organ, including ABO compatibility, with the transplant surgeon/physician. Reviews potential recipient's current medical status to determine eligibility for transplant.
Assesses need for and obtains results of final cytotoxic cross match. Facilitates admission or transfer of patient to the transplant.
Arranges any preoperative procedures required (i.e., dialysis). Notifies transplant team of pending surgical procedure.
Acts as a liaison between the donor and recipient transplant teams. Exhibits ability to remove transplant recipient from list per OPTN/UNOS regulations. Provides outcome specifics to OPO for donor family follow-up. Maintains communication with referring physician, health care providers and payers.
Identifies and responds to the psychosocial and economic needs of the transplant candidate/family/legal guardian during evaluation. Demonstrates knowledge of, and compliance with, OPTN/UNOS policies and listing requirements.
Informs and educates patient/family/legal guardian at time of listing. Ensures patient and referring physician are informed in writing of transplant listing, denial or postponement. Provides and maintains comprehensive documentation of evaluation process and makes appropriate referrals to specialists.
Interprets serological results of the potential transplant candidate and their implications for transplant. Obtains recipient blood type, tissue typing and cytotoxic antibodies according to transplant center protocol.
Identifies possible co-morbidities in the transplant candidate and evaluates as indicated. Identifies absolute and relative contraindications to transplantation. Ensures patient understands risk and benefit of immunizations required prior to transplantation.
Must be able to perform the professional, clinical and or technical competencies of the assigned unit or department.
Note: These statements are intended to describe the essential functions of the job and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities.
Skills and duties may vary dependent upon your department or unit. Other duties may be assigned as required.
High School diploma or equivalent
Associate's Degree in Nursing;
Must complete Bachelor's Degree in Nursing within five years of hire/transfer
Registered Nurse in State of Kansas
Minimum two years acute clinical experience
- Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
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