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Director of Family Care

The Director of Family Care is responsible for successfully developing and implementing plans to fulfill the goals and objectives of the Family Care department in collaboration with and as approved by the Vice President, Operations. The Director of Family Care is responsible for providing effective leadership, planning, supervision and performance of the department’s staff and their activities in support of organizational goals. Develops, oversees, implements and evaluates all programs and services related to aftercare for STA donor families. Collaborates with Operational leadership and staff to foster, promote and sustain cross-departmental collaboration in support of optimal department and organization outcomes.

The director is responsible for fostering an environment that promotes and sustains the highest level of team and individual engagement and works to promote strengths-based leadership and tools to achieve the objectives.

Education & Work Experience Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, life sciences, or communication is required. Five 5) years applicable work experience or the pursuit and completion of a Bachelor’s degree within two (2) years will be considered.
• A minimum of five years of supervisory/management experience required.
• In-depth knowledge of the OPO industry and federal regulatory standards and Texas law regarding anatomical gifts. Maintains awareness of identified best practices in family care
• Demonstrated experience in creating and delivering quality training and educational materials and programs. Must have the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of personnel and to represent the organization publicly.
• Ability to cope with high levels of stress and able to handle a heavy workload.

Please apply online at: http://www.organ.org


Transplant Coordinators
Discover Opportunities for a Lifetime

Transplant Coordinators – bring your experience to Duke University Hospital. We have immediate opportunities in:

• Post-kidney Transplant
• Pre-heart Transplant
• Abdominal Transplant - Float

In addition to a BSN and state of NC RN licensure, we require 5 years nursing experience with at least two years in transplant, critical care, disease specific OR minimum of 3 years clinical nursing experience in transplant, critical care, disease specific.

A great place to live and work.
Consistently rated as one of the best in the United States and known around the world for its outstanding care and groundbreaking research, this is the place for you. Ranked #1 in North Carolina and #1 in the Raleigh-Durham area in 2018-19 by U.S News & World Report you’ll discover opportunities of a lifetime.

In addition to a benefits package that is second to none, U.S. News & World Report named Raleigh/Durham a Top 10 Best Place to Live. Here you’ll find young, friendly, diverse and educated people who enjoy dining out in local restaurants and gathering over craft beers. The family-friendly Triangle (Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill) also has an abundance of beautiful green spaces and a growing art and music scene.

Learn more and apply online at www.DukeNursing.org.

Be part of excellence. Be a Duke Nurse.

EOE


Transplant Program Director

Inova Health System
Falls Church, VA

Inova Transplant Center is the most active transplant program in the Northern Virginia and Washington, DC areas. The program is led by the Inova Fairfax Medical Campus - recognized as one of the nation's finest hospitals. Inova Transplant Center offers a full scope of inpatient and outpatient transplant services for patients who require kidney, pancreas, heart, lung or bone marrow transplantations. Inova offers both air and ground transport systems that are equipped to handle acute patients’ needs and are available for immediate organ retrieval.

Opportunity Description:
As Registered Nurse and the Director of Inova's Transplant Program, you will be responsible for the clinical and financial operations of the program. You will ensure the quality of care, the efficiency of operations, and financial performance of the program. The Transplant Program has a multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, social workers, dietitians, care coordinators and administrative staff. Collectively, you and your team of about 30 team members will ensure Inova is providing the best services and care available for approximately 540 community members who are awaiting transplants, patients who are preparing for transplants and approximately 700 patients who received transplants. Together, with the physicians, you will assist in ensuring the Transplant Department adheres to transplant specific UNOS/CMS regulations.

Minimum Requirements:
• Bachelor’s Degree
• Registered Nurse 5+ years nursing experience
• 2 years management experience

Apply online at:
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/Home?partnerid=25649&siteid=5465#jobDetails=3926204_5465
Or contact Michele Theiss, Executive Recruiter at Michele.theiss@inova.org



Advanced Practice Nurse, Heart Failure and Transplant Service

Texas Center for Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease

Dell Medical School in conjunction with Dell Children's Ascension, is seeking an Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner (NP) with cardiac critical care pediatric acute care credentials or a Physician’s Assistant (PA) to be part of the Texas Center for Pediatric and Congenital Heart Disease, working collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team to serve the growing need of the regional pediatric population, delivering world class pediatric cardiac critical care.

Responsibilities
• Coordinate care of patients requiring the breadth of inpatient and outpatient pediatric heart failure management; including mechanical circulatory assist device management, pre-transplant and post-transplant care.
• Be a contact for patients and families; medication orders and reconciliation, coordination of patient care and education, inpatient and outpatient clinical patient history, examination and assessment, diagnosis, planning and documentation; treatment implementation, coordination and continuity of care, pre-transplant evaluation and UNOS wait listing; share transplant call.
• Develop practice protocols and evaluation of quality of care; help with development of quality improvement projects related to heart failure patients; help with collection of data for quality improvement purposes.
• Provide education to patients, families and other health care practitioners on the disease process, treatment options, and lifestyle modification.
• Triage patient communication and work with the team to meet the needs of this patient population.
• Monitor therapeutic benefits and side effects of multiple therapies.
• Facilitate communications regarding hospitalized patients who will be discharged and ensure a smooth transition to outpatient follow-up to maintain continuity of care.
• Be part of a group of advanced practice providers to provide cross-coverage.

To apply for this postion go to:
https://utaustin.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UTstaff/job/UT-MAIN-CAMPUS/Advanced-Practice-Nurse--Heart-Failure-and-Transplant-Service--Texas-Center-for-Pediatric-and-Congenital-Heart-Disease_R_00007340


Ventricular Assist Device Program Coordinator, Heart Institute

The Heart Institute at Dell Children’s Ascension is seeking the support for a Mechanical Circulatory Support Specialist/Coordinator. The coordinator will be a member of the Pediatric Heart Failure and Transplant Team as well as integrated in the perfusion support services. This position will report to the Director of Mechanical Circulatory Support at Dell Seton Medical School and will collaborate with Heart Failure Physicians, Cardiothoracic Surgeons, Heart Center leadership involved in the care of ventricular assist device (VAD) patients.

Responsibilities
• Perform as a clinical expert and educator within the scope of practice deemed by the medical center and Heart Institute. Function as a professional nurse and apply an extensive background of knowledge and experience with infants, children, adolescent and adult patients, displaying mature critical thinking skills. Meet patient and family needs through utilization of interdepartmental and intradepartmental resources.
• Participate in Transplant call coverage and day of transplant coordination.
• Collaborate in the clinical coordination of inpatient and outpatient VAD care. Participate in conferences and meetings. Provide overnight call for outpatient VAD patients. Participate in Transplant call coverage and day of transplant coordination.
• Provide patient care including daily assessments and dressing changes. Facilitate patient and family learning by providing education based on the plan of care goals and the needs of the patient and family.
• Understanding of regulatory requirements and accreditation standards.
• Implement clinical changes and research-based practices developed by others; Identify research opportunities to promote improved clinical practice.
• Train nurses and other allied personnel regarding management of VAD patients.

To apply for this position go to:
https://utaustin.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UTstaff/job/UT-MAIN-CAMPUS/Ventricular-Assist-Device-Program-Coordinator--Heart-Institute_R_00007339



Transplant Living Donor Coordinator, II


WVU Medicine
is West Virginia’s largest private employer and health system. Based in Morgantown, West Virginia, we are comprised of 10 hospitals and multiple clinics throughout the state, with over 21,000 employees. We launched our first transplant program in Fall 2019 and expanding our service lines.

The Transplant Living Donor Coordinator provides specialized nursing care with an emphasis on the treatment of individuals with end stage organ disease that are designated to receive a solid organ transplant. The Coordinator will provide continuity and oversee the coordination of patient care. They will conduct patient and professional education initiaitives, partnering with multidisciplinary teams and resources.

Minimum Requirements:
- Active RN Licensure (must be active in West Virginia at time of hire).
- Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator (CCTC)
- 3 years of Clinical Nursing experience
- 2 years of nursing transplant experience

WVU Medicine offers a competitive benefit package including:
- Competitive salary and medical benefits
- 403b with company match
- Tuition Repayment Assistance and Tuition Reimbursement
- Great Paid Time Off
- Short & Long Term Disability

To learn more, apply online at http://wvumedicine.org/careers and search “Transplant” or email Lauren Solosky, Supervisor, Talent Acquisition at lauren.solosky@wvumedicine.org


Transplant Coordinator RNs


Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, IN is looking for Transplant Coordinator RNs to join our team!

Looking to make your mark and really make a difference? As a Transplant Coordinator with Lutheran Hospital, you will have the unique opportunity to work closely with patients and their families throughout all of the complex phases of care associated with heart and kidney transplants.

We are looking for experienced Transplant Coordinator RNs to join our team and help grow our heart and kidney transplant units at Lutheran Hospital.

As a Transplant Coordinator, you will...

• Facilitate/coordinate all transplant specific phases of care and processes for transplant recipients.
• Maintain documentation of requirements for certified transplant centers.
• Collaborate with all team members to provide individualized, multidisciplinary patient care.
• Participate in quality improvement efforts in alignment with program, department and hospital strategic plan.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Required:
• Bachelor of Science in Nursing required, MSN preferred
• Minimum of two years of relevant clinical nursing experience in a transplant program
• Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator or Certified Clinical Transplant Nurse (CCTC or CCTN) required or able to be completed within 1 year of hire
• Must currently possess or be able to obtain nursing license in the state of Indiana

Preferred:
• At least three years outpatient transplant experience as an RN Coordinator

Apply Below:
Transplant Coordinator RN - Kidney
Transplant Coordinator RN - Heart

Or send your application to Monique_kimes@chs.net


Heart Transplant Coordinator

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford in Palo Alto, CA is growing and currently recruiting for a Heart Transplant Coordinator.
We are looking for BSN degree graduates from an accredited college or university who have 3 or more years of experience. Cardiac and/or Critical Care experience is preferred.

Here is a link to our website, where you can learn more about Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford http://www.stanfordchildrens.org/en/about-us

If you are interested in the full time Heart Transplant Coordinator position in Palo Alto, CA click on the link below to apply:

http://careers.stanfordchildrens.org/jobs/4778092-transplant-coordinator-organ-acq-heart-1-dot-0-fte-days

If you have any questions please email: Yari Oseguera at YOseguera@stanfordchildrens.org

Yari Oseguera
Employment Specialist
Human Resources
www.stanfordchildrens.org



RN Clinical Transplant Coordinator

Company: Centura Health – Porter Adventist Hospital

Location: Denver, CO, 80210

Job Requisition: 2019-15294

Shift: Days

Work Type: Full-time

Flourishing Begins Here

You have a purpose, unique talents and NOW is the time to embrace it, live it and put it to work. At Centura Health, we value incredible people with incredible skills – but your commitment to a greater cause is something we value even more.
This position assumes responsibility and accountability for comprehensive care, support, and education to transplant recipients, living donors, if applicable, and their families throughout all phases of the transplant process. Participates as a member of the transplant multidisciplinary team to identify and meet the physical and emotion needs of the patient, ensuring the coordination of the clinical aspects for the transplant recipient. Acts as a liaison between the kidney transplant program and dialysis facilities, as applicable. Utilizes the nursing process to promote and restore optimal health and well-being of the patient. Ensures continuity of care through effective communication and collaboration with the multidisciplinary team, referring providers, and other health care professionals as necessary. The RN coordinator can cross-cover for other coordinators, multi-task, prioritize, and triage accordingly. Possible travel required to outreach clinics in Colorado and throughout the region. Assumes personal accountability for organizational mission and core values of Centura Health.

Job Requirements:


• Two years of acute or critical care nursing experience
• Previous transplant experience required
• Strong interpersonal, critical thinking, and analytical skills
• Strong computer skills
• Bachelor's degree in Nursing from an accredited school of Nursing required
• Current Colorado RN license required
• Current BLS from the American Heart Association required
• Clinical Transplant Coordinator certification, preferred or obtained within 2 years of hire

Join our incredible community and apply today, http://full-nfo.com/lFiEtP.


 


 




 

Updated 1-24-2020