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Organ Procurement Coordinator – Trans Life – Orlando
The Organ Procurement Coordinator (OPC) must be dedicated to supporting the mission of TransLife to provide the opportunity to improve and extend lives through organ and tissue donation for transplantation. The OPC is responsible for all aspects of organ recovery including responding to organ donor referrals within a ten county area, collaborating with the TransLife Medical Director to evaluate donor suitability, and requesting authorization for organ and tissue donation. The OPC oversees the donors’ critical care management while coordinating the placement, surgical recovery, preservation and transportation of organs. The OPC assumes responsibility for the allocation of imported organs within the DSA (Donor Service Area). This position requires flexible hours with 24 hour on-call responsibilities, travel within the service area, occasional air travel outside the service area and working for extended periods of up to 24 hours. As a team member of the OPO, the OPC actively participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all. Knowledge, Skills, Education, & Experience Required: * 1 year recent critical care experience
Position requires one of the following: RN, PA, Respiratory Therapist (RT) or previous experience as an OPC * Ability to multi-task
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work flexible extended hours providing 24-hour call coverage
Ability to work independently in a stressful environment
Strong planning / organizational skills
Decision making aptitude and problem solving skills
Ability to travel within a 10 county service area
Must have dependable transportation
Extensive critical care experience (Preferred) * Trauma Center experience (Preferred) * Bachelors Degree in health related field (Preferred) * Public speaking experience (Preferred) * Teaching / Precepting experience (Preferred) * 3 years recent experience in donor management and organ allocation with a CMS certified OPO (Preferred) * ACLS / PALS (Preferred) * Bilingual (Preferred) * Computer skills (Preferred) Licensure, Certification, or Registration Required:
Current valid State of Florida or multi state license as a Registered Nurse OR * Current Florida License for PA, or RT.
- Valid Florida Driver’s License, Class D or E, and driving record in accordance with Florida Hospital policy.
Demonstrates through behavior Florida Hospital’s Core Values of Integrity, Compassion, Balance, Excellence, Stewardship and Teamwork as outlined in the organization’s Performance Excellence Program
Assume 24 hour on-call responsibility for consistent and timely response to organ donor referrals and to import organ offers for local transplant centers
Provide family support and request authorization for organ and tissue donation in a sensitive and compassionate manner
Perform all aspects of donor evaluation and management according to TransLife policies in concert with the Translife Medical Director/designee
Allocate organs according to TransLife policy and oversee the surgical recovery, preservation and transportation of organs; allocate imported organs
Determine medical suitability of organs post recovery with Medical Director
Maintain concise, accurate records of data regarding donor referrals / recoveries
Promptly report and document occurrences
Provide post-donation follow-up to donor families, medical examiners, funeral homes, recipient transplant centers, donor hospitals, and tissue and eye banks
Collaborate with the Hospital and Professional Services Department in providing professional education programs for nurses and physicians as needed
Assist with training and orientation of new OPCs as needed If you want to be a part of a team that is dedicated to delivering the highest quality in patient care, we invite you to explore the Organ Procurement Coordinator opportunity with Orlando and apply online today. Job Keywords: Organ Procurement Coordinator, Orlando
Job:Other Non-Clinical Professional
Title:Organ Procurement Coordinator – Trans Life – Orlando
Coop - Organ Manufacturing
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 United Therapeutics Corporation is a biotechnology company focused on the development and commercialization of unique products to address the unmet medical needs of patients with chronic and life-threatening conditions. We currently have five approved products on the market, and a long-term mission of providing an unlimited supply of transplantable organs for those who need them! Our employees can be found collaborating across the United States, Europe and Asia. As a group, we are relentless in our pursuit of “medicines for life” and continue to research and develop treatments for cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases, pediatric cancers, and other orphan diseases. We challenge our employees with innovative and revolutionary projects, offer an environment which fosters high level job performance, and provide state of the art facilities in which to flourish. This is what makes United Therapeutics a stimulating place to work. We strive to be an organization that engages the minds, hearts, and most spirited efforts of each of our employees. Our sense of purpose transforms what we do from work into mission, occupation into vocation, and achievement into success.
Organ Toxicity Expert, Renal; Associate Director Physician
At AstraZeneca we work together across global boundaries to make an impact and find answers to challenges. We do this with the upmost integrity even in the most difficult situations because we are committed to doing the right thing. We continuously forge partnerships that help pursue world-class medicines in new ways, combining our people’s exceptional skills with those of people from all over the globe. As an Assoc Director Physician; Organ Toxicitiy Expert – Renal in Gaithersburg, MD US, Gothenburg Sweden or Cambridge UK, you’ll play a pivotal role in channeling our scientific capabilities to make a positive impact on changing patients’ lives. GMD (Global Medicines Development) drives late-stage development of our innovative pipeline, transforming exciting science into valued new medicines and ensuring patients around the world can access them. Main Duties and Responsibilities The Renal safety expert leads the AZ Renal Safety Knowledge Group, a multidisciplinary team responsible for evaluation of safety signals and development of proactive and reactive risk minimization measures related to Renal toxicity. The Renal safety expert builds a cross-functional multi-skilled team of experts across multi-disciplinary project teams with an aim to interpret potential safety signals, and develop and implement best practices to mitigate risk to patients. In this role you will provide expert scientific and/or medical input to Patient Safety activities, with special focus on cross-project and cross-TA activities of scientific nature. You will contribute to the development of strategies to ensure that scientific assessment, mitigation and prevention of risk to patients are on a leading pharmaceutical industry level. You will contribute to the development of scientific methods applied to a wide range of safety data related to Renal toxicity. You will promote safety science across projects and therapeutic areas. You will provide support, as needed, for discussions with international regulatory bodies. You will contribute to develop better understanding and prevention of Renal safety issues across functions within the company and across Pharmaceutical Companies and Regulatory Authorities. You will represent AZ on external consortia focused on Renal toxicity. You will contribute to the implementation of the strategy for Superior Patient Safety, and to the successful implementation of the global working model for the Safety Science Section. You will provide specialist Nephrology advice to AZ project teams consulting with Renal SKG. You will lead co-ordination of clinical input to Renal SKG work internally and to external initiatives. You will raise the awareness and impact of the SKG on clinical programmes. You will contribute to Renal safety biomarker development and preclinical strategies. Essential Requirements
Specialty training and board certification in nephrology
MD background with strong expertise in nephrology, ideally drug-induced Renal injury.
5 + years of drug development/safety experience the majority of which should be in industry with clear evidence of delivery
Recognized by peers for therapeutic area expertise and commercial/safety understanding
Ability to balance business and clinical research objectives
Experience working with regulatory agencies, preparing regulatory documents and overseeing submissions.
A thorough knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry, especially clinical research and global regulatory requirements and practices governing expedited and periodic safety reporting, signal generation, safety evaluation and risk management activities
Proven high quality scientific record
Demonstrated capability to lead implementation of new technology and/or working routines within a complex organization.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Experience in leading of cross-functional teams
Broad knowledge of drug development Desirable Requirements
Extensive general medical knowledge
Strong team-working skills and an ability to work collaboratively in a global pharmaceutical environment
Strategic influencing Next Steps – Apply today! To be considered for this exciting opportunity, please complete the full application on our website at your earliest convenience – it is the only way that our Recruiter and Hiring Manager can know that you feel well qualified for this opportunity. If you know someone who would be a great fit, please share this posting with them. AstraZeneca is an equal opportunity employer. AstraZeneca will consider all qualified applicants for employment without discrimination on grounds of disability, sex or sexual orientation, pregnancy or maternity leave status, race or national or ethnic origin, age, religion or belief, gender identity or re-assignment, marital or civil partnership status, protected veteran status (if applicable) or any other characteristic protected by law. AstraZeneca only employs individuals with the right to work in the country/ies where the role is advertised.
BLM Organ Mtns - Desert Peaks Ntl Monument Park Ranger Intern - Las Cruces, NM
Job Description: Title: Organ Mountains – Desert Peaks Ntl Monument Park Ranger Intern (2 openings)
Start/End Date: March 5, 2018 – June 29, 2018 (17 weeks) March 5, 2018 – Feb. 1, 2019 (48 weeks)
Stipend: $500/week (+Education Award)
Term: 17 weeks or 48 weeks
Reports To: Edna Flores (BLM Outdoor Recreation Planner)
Location: Bureau of Land Management – Las Cruces District (1800 Marquess St. Las Cruces, NM 88005)
Status: 675-hour AmeriCorps Service Term (1 opening); 1700-hour AmeriCorps Service Term (1 opening)
Benefits: *AmeriCorps Education Award $2,215.24 (675/hr) or $5,815 (1700/hr) with successful completion; AmeriCorps Public Lands Corps Certificate
Arizona Conservation Corps (AZCC): Arizona Conservation Corps, a program of Conservation Legacy, aims to continue the legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930's. AZCC is focused on connecting youth, young adults, and recent era military veterans with conservation service work projects on public lands. AZCC operates programs across Arizona that engage individuals and strengthen communities through service and conservation. AZCC has program offices in Flagstaff and Tucson.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) New Mexico is providing an opportunity for two Park Ranger interns placed at Organ Mountains – Desert Peaks National Monument. The interns will assist the BLM in connecting with the public in an effort to carry out the mission of sustaining the health, diversity and productivity of public lands for the use and enjoyment of future generations. The Park Ranger interns will participate in a variety of activities aimed at directly benefitting visitors and the community by offering a number of interpretation/educational opportunities for the public to learn more about the monument. The interns will also be assigned project time in which they will be encouraged to develop or improve current methods of visitor data collection and interpretation/education programs and materials. One intern will be brought on for 17 weeks as part of a 675 hour AmeriCorps service term. The other intern will be brought on for 48 weeks as part of a 1700 hour AmeriCorps service term. Housing options could be available on a case-by-case basis.
Essential Responsibilities and Functions: * Work with monument Park Rangers on recreation and visitor services projects such as; trail patrols, guiding hikes, trail and road inventory, cheat grass mapping, basic trail work, and recreation resource inventorying.
Develop and deliver interpretive/educational hikes or programs on the monument resources.
Work with monument interest groups and cooperators on any service events held in the monument. Events can include trail work, information tables, and basic trail construction training.
Work with the monument Paleontologist on interpretive and educational paleontology themed hikes and assist with organizing paleontology specimen collections.
Work with the monument Archeologist to survey and locate possible archeological sites throughout the monument units. Locate arch sites and record information with photographs, reports and GPS units.
Assist in the protection of monument resources by reporting and documenting any areas that have been vandalized or degraded. Required Skills
* Some college experience in an academic field related to conservation, parks & recreation management, environmental studies, archeology, or biology.
Ability to engage and interact with the recreating public and monument visitors in a professional manner.
Enthusiasm to learn more about the Organ Mountains – Desert Peaks and Prehistoric Trackways National Monuments.
Applicants must pass a DOI security background check, and be 21 years old with a valid driver’s license and clean driving record.
* Bachelor’s degree in natural resources or parks & recreation management.
Skill or experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or InDesign.
Wilderness First Aid (WFA) or Wilderness First Responder (WFR) certified.
Knowledge of basic outdoor facilities and maintenance requirements such as, trails, visitor centers and campgrounds in order to ensure safe recreation opportunities for visitors.
* To successfully perform essential functions, the individual is required to sit, stand, walk, speak, hear, etc.. May be required to stoop, kneel, twist or bend for significant periods of time and be able to safely lift 50 pounds on a routine basis.
Work to be performed in arduous conditions in all types of weather, dust, and extreme summer temperatures. Willingness to hike in rough terrain.
Reasonable accommodations may be made for qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Participation and Expedition Behavior: * Work effectively as a member of a team despite potentially stressful and difficult conditions. This may require problem solving on an interpersonal or group level as well as a willingness to accept differences.
Contribute to a safe learning environment; no harassment of others for any reason.
Willingness and ability to complete all aspects of the program including conservation projects, education, training, and national service.
Effectively communicate ideas and concerns as they arise directly to supervisors, colleagues, and organization staff.
Appropriately represent the program and AmeriCorps to the public and partners at all times.
Safety and Judgment:* Effectively communicate danger to others in the form of either a warning of danger others may be encountering or a notification of personal distress, injury or need for assistance. Must be able to do so at a distance of up to 50 meters and in conditions with limited visibility or loud background noise such as darkness or high winds.
Effectively perceive, understand, and follow direction by others so that you will be able to successfully execute techniques to manage hazards.
Stay alert and focused for several hours at a time while traveling and working in varied weather conditions.
Respond appropriately to stress or crises.
If taking prescriptions medications, participants must be able to maintain proper dosage by self-medicating without assistance from others.
Background Check: A DOI background clearance must be completed before the selected candidates may report to duty. The BLM will provide instructions for completion of the clearance after the assistants have been selected and will notify them when they have been cleared to start the position. Assistants will have access to government facilities and systems, and will be supplied with access to gov’t vehicles, equipment, and materials needed to work on the projects and activities as outlined above. Assistants must adhere to all government regulations and policies for operating equipment, vehicles, security awareness, and safety.
Substance Free: * In accordance to a drug free workplace, alcohol and drugs are prohibited while participating in AmeriCorps and program activities and while on organization property.
*To be eligible for a Public Lands Corps certificate, interns must be between the ages of 16-30, inclusive, at the time the individual begins the term of service. (
21 is the minimum age for this position)
To Apply:Please submit an updated resume and cover letter along with the online application. If you have questions, contact Tucker Herbert (email@example.com) or Preston Sands (firstname.lastname@example.org). For more information about Arizona Conservation Corps, please visit www.azcorps.org. Arizona Conservation Corps is a program of Conservation Legacy. Tracking Code: 1015-984 Job Location: Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States
Position Type:* Full-Time/Regular
Salary:* 500.00 - 500.00 USD
Organ Preservationist PRN
Responsible for procurement activities related to the allocation, distribution, surgical removal, and preservation of organs recovered for transplantation. For more information regarding the physical requirements and environmental conditions for this job, please click here at https://hr.mc.vanderbilt.edu/careers/requirements/PhysicalRequirementsGroup6.pdf .
Key Functions and Expected Performances: 1.
Core Accountabilities a. Organizational Impact:
Performs clearly defined tasks and methods described in detail to achieve standardized solutions that impact own performance with regular guidance. b. Problem Solving/Complexity of Work: Follows a well established process to solve routine problems where solutions are clearly prescribed. c.
Breadth of Knowledge: Has basic job knowledge of systems and procedures that are common to own job. d. Team Interaction: Individually contributes to the team. 2.
Key Responsibilities a.
Performs extensive on-call responsibilities to assist with the activities related to the donor recovery. b.
Coordinates and assists in the surgical recovery, preservation, and packaging of organs and specimens in conjunction with transplant surgeons and/or organ recovery coordinators. c. Coordinates and assists with fly outs and fly backs. d. Coordinates and assists with travel arrangements for transplant teams, organs for transplant and specimens to laboratories. e.
Orders and maintains all necessary supplies related to the organ recovery process. f. Maintains sterile supplies and donor equipment bags. g. Assists in collecting data needed for recording and reporting donor activities. 3.
Core Capabilities: Supporting Colleagues a.
Develops Self and Others: Continuously improves own skills by identifying development opportunities b. Builds and Maintains Relationships:
Seeks to understand colleagues priorities, working styles and develops relationships across areas c. Communicates Effectively: Openly shares information with others and communicates in a clear and courteous manner 4.
Core Capabilities: Delivering Excellent Services a.
Serves Others with Compassion: Invests time to understand the problems, needs of others and how to provide excellent service b. Solves Complex Problems:
Seeks to understand issues, solves routine problems, and raises proper concerns to supervisors in a timely manner c. Offers Meaningful Advice and Support: Listens carefully to understand the issues and provides accurate information and support 5.
Core Capabilities: Ensuring High Quality a.
Performs excellent work: Checks work quality before delivery and asks relevant questions to meet quality standards b. Ensures continuous improvement:
Shows eagerness to learn new knowledge, technologies, tools or systems and displays willingness to go above and beyond c. Fulfills safety and regulatory requirements: Demonstrates basic knowledge of conditions that affect safety and reports unsafe conditions to the appropriate person or department 6.
Core Capabilities: Managing Resources Effectively a.
Demonstrates Accountability: Takes responsibility for completing assigned activities and thinks beyond standard approaches to provide high-quality work/service b. Stewards Organizational Resources:
Displays understanding of how personal actions will impact departmental resources c.
Makes Data Driven Decisions: Uses accurate information and good decision making to consistently achieve results on time and without error 7.
Core Capabilities: Fostering Innovation a.
Generates New Ideas: Willingly proposes/accepts ideas or initiatives that will impact day-to-day operations by offering suggestions to enhance them b. Applies Technology:
Absorbs new technology quickly; understands when to utilize the appropriate tools and procedures to ensure proper course of action c. Adapts to Change: Embraces change by keeping an open mind to changing plans and incorporates change instructions into own area of work 8.
Technical Capabilities a. Oral Communication:
Demonstrates fundamental command of language and grammar. Clearly and effectively transmits basic ideas and information to others. Listens carefully to others and respects their differences.
Expresses technical information clearly. Requests for a patient report at the inception of care, provides patient report at the end of a shift to the clinical team, and provides a handover report, when appropriate. b. Planning & Organizing:
Demonstrates ability to anticipate basic resource needs, identify discrete tasks, set priorities, define dependencies, schedule activities, meet deadlines, and organize work for own assignments and responsibilities. Appropriately matches equipment, and capital resources to task demands. Prepares and presents clear and accurate status reports on projects and assignments. c.
Medical Equipment Knowledge: Awareness of the capabilities of the specific medical equipment and its characteristics. Able to use the medical equipment to accomplish very basic tasks associated with the specific devices. Job requires High school graduate or GED and 0 years of experience or the equivalent. Licensure, Certification, and/or Registration (LCR):
Organization:Transplant Clinical Services 200310
Title:Organ Preservationist PRN
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.
Title:Organ Transplant Clinical Coordinator
Location:Florida-Largo-Largo Medical Center- Largo
Clinical Trial Lead, Tubular Organ GI Program, Oncology Clinical Development
JOB DESCRIPTION: · Work with the Program Lead or Senior Clinical Lead, and team members to translate the FDT strategy into protocols · Clinical monitoring of one or more studies · Data review and cleaning of ongoing studies · Addresses relevant clinical queries from study sites · Identify and builds relationships with investigators · Contributes to DSURs and PSURs · Supports generation and coordination of clinical documents and deliverables in support of regulatory filings · Can work consistently in a matrix environment · MD preferably with a background in clinical oncology; PhD, Pharm D or other health related scientific field with a deep understanding of the clinical oncology of the area of interest or equivalent therapy area knowledge. · The position is based in the Princeton, NJ area. JOB REQUIREMENTS · Responsible for the study timelines in a cross-functional matrix protocol team · Responsible for the clinical development activities from site(s) initiation to study discontinuation · Ensure that all the activities around study implementation are compliant with the GCP and regulatory requirements · In collaboration with GRS and GPV&E, designs and implements safety monitoring plans · Interprets clinical data and makes appropriate decisions and recommendations to the Program Working Team sub team · Addresses relevant clinical queries from study sites; contributes to responses regarding study related HA and IRB questions · Work with the Program Lead, team members and governance bodies to translate the FDT strategy into protocols and action plans · Work with the Program leads to author clinical protocols and related documents, including Clinical study reports, clinical regulatory documents including integrated summaries and clinical overview. · Addresses relevant clinical queries from study sites; and authors responses to study related HA and IRB questions · Identify and builds relationships with study investigators · Is seen and acts as the study expert by the site personnel · Ability to work and communicate efficiently with internal partners in the US for positions located outside the US · Identify and builds relationships with principal investigators · Identify Thought Leaders and use them for inputs in clinical strategy and protocol design · Maintain a strong medical/scientific reputation within the disease area · Contribute to Health Authority interactions as a Medical Monitor on assigned clinical studies · Share specific clinical strategies with other clinical teams · Study-specific clinical design and execution · Manage communication with key stakeholders (senior) · Understanding of the fundamentals of clinical development (e.g. from working as an investigator, working in an adjacent group in industry - e.g. monitoring) · Management of one or more uncomplicated studies and preparation of regulatory documents · Has a deep understanding of the fundamentals of protocol development and follow up, including but not limited to:
Study monitoring, data collection and analysis, database cleaning and database lock · Has a history of handling multiple, complex, studies in parallel · Has a history of prior meaningful participation in regulatory submissions · Has a history of strong interaction with thought leaders · Proven team leadership capability We’re creating innovative medicines for patients fighting serious diseases. We’re also nurturing our own diverse team with inspiring work and challenging career options. No matter the role, each one of us makes a contribution.
And that makes all the difference. Bristol-Myers Squibb is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
Registered Nurse (Rn) – Solid Organ Transplant – EI 10-2
City Rochester State Minnesota Telecommute No Department Nursing Why Mayo Clinic This position is open to experienced nurses and new grad nurses. Location:Eisenberg 10-2, Organ Transplant (General Care) Patient Care Type:This general care unit specializes in abdominal solid organ transplant.
Nursing care is provided for adult kidney, liver, and pancreas transplant patients as well as living kidney and liver donors. Patients are admitted for pretransplant care, pre and postsurgical care, and for treatment of complications occurring post-transplant. Bed #:24 Nursing Team Roles:Nursing staff provide relationship-based care that focuses on patient and caregiver education and discharge planning.
Multidisciplinary collaboration is an important part of the unit culture. For new grad nurses:All newly graduated Registered Nurses with less than 12 months of practice experience, hired into a scheduled FTE Registered Nurse position on the Rochester campus of Mayo Clinic are automatically enrolled in the Nurse Residency Program. A separate application or enrollment process is not required.
All nurses new to Mayo Clinic, regardless of experience, will receive an extensive orientation program. The Nurse Residency Programat Mayo Clinic’s campus in Rochester, Minnesota, is a yearlong training program that provides you an opportunity as a newly licensed nurse to develop your leadership skills and receive support during your transition from student nurse to competent professional nurse. The Nurse Residency Program will run concurrently with traditional unit orientation as designed for the unit new grad nurses are hired into. Highlights of the program include: - Learning sessions throughout your first year of practice
Transition support from peers and program leaders
Active learning methods
Group and/or individual evidence-based practice projects Position description The registered nurse (RN) is accountable for the coordination of nursing care, including direct patient care, patient/family education and transitions of care. The RN supports professional nursing practice across practice settings and across the continuum of care to meet the needs of the patient and family.
The RN will function within the Mayo Clinic Nursing Professional Practice Model, which includes accountability for planning, implementing, evaluating and communicating all phases of nursing care for assigned patients. The ANA Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice provide a basis for the practice of the RN.
The RN provides leadership through activities such as preceptor role, informal leadership roles, and quality improvement efforts. The RN delegates patient care according to skill level, experience, patient acuity, fiscal accountability, and adequacy of resources. The RN possesses excellent communication skills; is skillful in mentoring and teaching; and may participate on committees or projects.
Qualifications Student or Graduate of an accredited baccalaureate, associate, or diploma nursing program, as recognized by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN- formerly NLN) or Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). If graduated from a nursing program that was not accredited by ACEN or CCNE, at least one year of RN experience (within the last 5 years) in an applicable care setting is required. If graduation did not occur within the last two years, one year of RN experience in an applicable care setting is required or, effective October 1st, 2017 one year of current LPN experience at Mayo Clinic is required. All associate degree or diploma registered nurses hired into the Department of Nursing with a RN start date after September 1, 2010, must provide documented evidence of program completion of their baccalaureate degree in nursing from an accredited nursing program within 5 years from the last day of the month of their RN start date.
Additional qualifications One year RN experience within the last five years preferred. Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). Experience working in a team environment. Computer skills required, prior experience with electronic medical record systems preferred.
Ability to work flexible hours, which may include days, evenings, nights, holidays, and weekends and on-call. Ability to adapt to unpredictable situations within the work setting. Demonstrated leadership, effective communicator, and excellent critical thinking skills.
Internal applicants should submit their three most recent performance appraisals. License or certification Must obtain prior to start date: Current RN license by applicable state requirements.
Arizona and Florida: Maintains Basic Life Support (BLS) competency. Midwest: Basic Cardiac Life Support for healthcare providers- BCLS – certificate of course completion required and must not expire within 3 months after start date.
A scanned copy of the certificate of completion or transcripts, including your full name, must be attached to your profile to be considered. We will only accept certificates of course completion from the following providers:
American Heart Association (Title: BLS for Healthcare Providers or BLS Provider)
Red Cross (Title: CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers or BLS for Healthcare Providers)
Military Training Network Additional specialty certification/training as required by the work area. Please answer YES to the corresponding question when you apply, if you will be able to obtain the necessary licenses and/or certifications prior to start date.
Exemption status Non-exempt Compensation Detail Education, experience and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended. The minimum pay rate is $32.72 per hour. Benefits eligible Yes Schedule Part Time Hours / Pay period 48 hours per 2 week pay period Schedule details Sunday – Saturday; Day/Evening, 8-hour shifts – NOT NEGOTIABLE Weekend schedule Every other weekend (Weekend 2) – NOT NEGOTIABLE Site description Mayo Clinic is located in the heart of downtown Rochester, Minnesota, a vibrant, friendly city that provides a highly livable environment for more than 34,000 Mayo staff and students.
The city is consistently ranked among the best places to live in the United States because of its affordable cost of living, healthy lifestyle, excellent school systems and exceptionally high quality of life. Category Nursing Career profile Nursing Job posting number 89073BR Recruiter Melissa Egeland Equal opportunity employer Mayo Clinic is an equal opportunity educator and employer (including veterans and persons with disabilities).
Nursing Manager, Multiacuity Organ Transplant, Jewish Hospital
Nursing Manager, Multiacuity Organ Transplant, Jewish Hospital
Days, Full Time, 7A-7P This position is responsible and accountable for total unit/s operations on a 24-hour basis to include fiscal management, staff development, and resource management with the ultimate goal of achieving quality and safe patient care.
Essential Functions 1. Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patients served. 2.
Supervises assigned professional, technical, and clerical staff of the department to ensure the quality of work. 3. Manages the workflow of the unit to ensure the delivery of quality patient care. 4. Implements and supports quality improvement activities for the department. 5.
Develops staffing patterns and ensures availability of sufficient qualified staff to meet patient care needs. 6. Works to develop and retain highly skilled and well-rounded staff including hiring, orienting, training, directing work, evaluating performance and assuring clinical competency. 7. Contributes to the effective management of the department including supplies, equipment, space, technology, policies and procedures 8.
Contributes to the financial viability of the organization including managing productivity and budgeting process. 9. Maintains effective working relationships, communication and collaborative decision making with medical staff, other departments, leaders, staff and others. 10. Assists the organization in maintaining and achieving its goals related to licensure, regulatory, and accreditation standards. 11.
Demonstrates commitment to professional growth and competence. 12. Responsible for accurate and timely delivery of various reports including staff schedules, payroll, labor productivity, IRIS and others as assigned. 13. Participates in community activities on behalf of the organization.
Education / Accreditation / Licensure (required &preferred): Graduate of state approved school of nursing. Registered nurse in the state of Kentucky.
Position requires a Kentucky/Compact State licensed Registered Nurse, BSN required. Masters preferred. Experience (required and preferred): 3 years RN experience including 2 years in management. BLS required. Please see attached grid for additional certification requirements.
Primary Location KENTUCKY-LOUISVILLE-JEWISH HOSP 200 ABRAHAM FLEXNER
Daily Schedule 7A-7P Scheduled Hours per 2-week Pay Period
80 Weekends Required
Occasional Req ID: 2018-R0150995
Organ Procurement Coordinator
Opening Full Time 40 hours Grade 052 Organ Procurement Org Schedule VARIES; WKENDS/HOL Responsibilities
Summary The Organ Procurement Coordinator (OPC) actively supports the mission and goals of Finger Lakes Donor Recovery Network. The OPC responds to potential organ donor referrals at area hospitals, evaluates potential organ donors and offers the opportunity of donation to potential donor families with the desired result of consent for donation; allocates donated organs/tissues to transplant centers and/or tissue banks; coordinates multi-organ/tissue recovery procedures; promotes awareness and education about organ and tissue donation to healthcare professionals and the general public through hospital development and community outreach.
Specific Responsibilities Under general direction with latitude for independent judgment and initiative: Clinical On Call Procedures:
Local referrals and donors and organ imports * Responds to organ donor referrals by traveling to donor hospitals to assess and evaluate potential organ donors and determine medical suitability for organ and/or tissue donation through laboratory studies, medical record review; physical assessment and obtaining med/soc history.
Rounds on open case and communicates any changes with the on call AOC and / or Medical Directors regarding donation potential
Communicates with physicians and other health care team members to obtain information about the patient’s hospital course and family’s understanding of the patient’s condition.
Consults and collaborates with hospital and medical staff to provide optimal medical management of potential donors and to maximize organ suitability for transplantation.
Works with health care team members to ensure that each family/authorized party is offered the opportunity of organ and tissue donation at the appropriate time and in a compassionate and respectful manner; provides information about the donation process so that the family/authorized party can make an informed decision in support of donation; provides support to families as needed.
Completes consent form and obtains medical/social history once willingness to donate is identified.
Maintains and manages donors in accordance with FLDRN protocols to optimize organ function.
Provides appropriate medical information about each potential donor’s organ function to personnel at designated transplant center(s) according to the OPTN/UNOS match run list; complies with OPTN/UNOS, New York State and FLDRN organ allocation policies.
Following organ allocation makes transportation arrangements (ground and air) for local and visiting surgical teams to travel to the donor hospital; communicates with OR staff to arrange for scheduled OR time; and notifies the preservation team.
Prepares the Operating Room staff for the recovery procedure; facilitates the arrival of the visiting surgeons; assists with obtaining temporary privileges, supplies, and equipment needed for surgery.
Prepares appropriate operative notes and medical examiner forms for completion by the procuring surgeons.
Coordinates and monitors surgical recovery in the operating room
Coordinates and communicates with all ancillary services related to recovery activity, such as medical examiner/coroners and/or pathologists as appropriate.
Provides appropriate medical information about each potential tissue donor to the appropriate tissue and/or eye bank(s).
Coordinates and communicates with transplant surgeons on all import organs; arranges transportation for incoming organs; participates as needed in the recovery of accepted organs.
Completes all FLDRN paperwork and all fields in iTransplant associated with local donor referrals, organ donors, organ import offers and imported organs accurately and in a timely manner.
Provides written feedback following recovery to all involved health care professionals, ancillary personnel and other agencies through the HD staff.
Presents post donor conferences (if applicable) * Keeps current on existing clinical policies and procedures
Displays a caring and courteous attitude atall times, represents FLDRN in a positive manner; demonstrates regard for the dignity and respect of all patients, donor families and other agencies.
Maintains the confidentiality of information related to patents, donor families and other agencies
Maintains proper attitude, attendance and punctuality to ensure that the hospital or FLDRN are operated in an efficient and effective manner.
Works to promote and participate in a team approach with other staff members in order to succeed with FLDRN goals.
Hospital Development * Responsible for performing medical record reviews in assigned hospitals according to assigned schedule.
Performs routine hospital visits as assigned by the AOC.
Responsible for providing FLDRN sponsored professional education and in-service programs within assigned hospitals for the nursing, medical and ancillary staff when requested by HD department.
Assists with development and implementation of specific professional education programs to meet hospital needs.
Supports the implementation of organ and tissue procurement protocols and procedures within service area hospitals.
Additional Responsibilities * Attends mandatory continuing staff education and required meetings.
Maintains updated knowledge of UNOS policy and other regulations.
Participates in special events related to FLDRN objectives, i.e. Organ & Tissue Awareness month, support groups, and any other activities identified.
Serves as liaison with designated related groups such as RETB, FLETB, MTF, Donate Life America, etc.
Assists and supports the development of abstracts and research projects.
Qualifications Bachelor's Degree in Nursing or Physician's Assistant (Preferred R.N. licensed in New York State) and two to three years’ experience in Critical Care Nursing desired; or an LPN, EMT or Paramedic with a minimum of two years critical care, operating room, trauma or similar experience. Current certification in CPR, ACLS and PALS preferred; previous management experience a plus; must possess excellent critical thinking and creative problem solving skills as well as a high level of maturity, stamina and self-motivation. Must successfully pass the certification examination for Certified Procurement Transplant Coordinator (CPTC) conducted by the American Board for Transplant Certification by second anniversary of hire date; there after maintains CPTC certification through the continuing education points for the Transplant Coordinators CPTC program or re-examination. EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/DisabledJob Title: Organ Procurement Coordinator
Location:* Strong Memorial Hospital
Job ID:* 205835 Regular/Temporary: Regular
Full/Part Time:* Full-Time
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