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Associate Director of Donation and Family Advocate Department

Donor Network of Arizona is looking for a person who takes each donation conversation with a potential donor family as a matter of life and death.  This leader will have vision and drive and an insatiable appetite for learning and teaching along with the desire to delve deeply into the mission and meaning of donation.  This individual above all will be able to powerfully articulate the "why" of donation and must be an excellent communicator.


Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

•Creates precise goals and objectives for Donation and Family Advocates (DFAs) in accordance with strategic plans, Association of Organ Procurement Organizations (AOPO) standards and Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) guidelines.

•Stays current on latest developments in the behavioral sciences and ensures they are brought into the practice of DFAs.

•Interacts with and engages DNA leadership to achieve short- and long-term goals.


Minimum Job Requirements:

•BS or BA degree required; Masters preferred

•Five (5) years of experience in management

•Five (5) years of experience in an OPO required

•Ability to utilize interpersonal communication skills to motivate individuals

•Ability to analyze and interpret data

•Demonstrated leadership ability

•Strong public/professional speaking skills

•Excellent communication, interpersonal, and problem solving skills

•Ability to interact effectively and diplomatically with interoffice personnel, donor hospitals, hospital staff, donor families, and the public

•A work ethic exhibiting accuracy, integrity, and professionalism

•Preferred experience in the areas of crisis intervention and work with families in trauma and grief situations


To apply for this position go to:     https://www.dnaz.org/about-us/careers/


Director of Operations

The Director of Operations provides leadership of a 24/7 call center that receives referrals and screens potential donors to determine suitability for donation and contacts families to offer the option of donation. Allocates organs and offers and arranges logistics involved in the donation process. Responsible for overseeing the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of excellent family care and donor records compilation and completion.

KEY JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Works with Operations Management to ensure optimal staffing in Operations at all times.
• Provides oversight to Operations Management, ensuring that donations are maximized and that donor records are completed/released in an efficient manner.
• Responsible for compliance with regulatory agencies within Operations and oversees the development, implementation, and use Operations-related policies, procedures, and related forms.
• Carries out initiatives to increase efficiency and effectiveness of overall Operations.
• Participates in the hiring, training, supervision, counseling, evaluation, discipline, and termination of staff within Operations.

QUALIFICATIONS

• Must uphold the core values of the organization
• Flexible team player with excellent interpersonal and customer service skills
• Proactive with a strong work ethic, excellent time management, and able to perform at a high level with limited supervision
• Excellent communications skills required.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Ability to lead the planning and execution of complex projects involving multiple stakeholders
• Attention to detail and ability to create and maintain regulatory documentation / records
• Must be fiscally-minded with the ability to optimally impact the organization within budgets
• Proficient use of current technologies
• Reliable automotive transportation required

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
• Education: Bachelors Degree in Life Science, Business Development, Heathcare or equivalent education/work experience.
• Professional Experience: Minimum of five years progressive management experience in Operations, Call Center Management and experience in the Organ, Eye and Tissue Donation Industry. Current certification in Procurement (CPTC) or Tissue Banking (CTBS) preferred.

For immediate consideration, please submit your resume and salary requirements to: careers@dnwest.org


Registered Nurse CV Surgery

Adventist Health System
Florida Hospital Physician Group
Tampa Bay, FL

Florida Hospital Physician Group (FHPG) is the Tampa Bay area’s premier, multi-specialty physician group, dedicated to improving the health and wellness of local communities throughout West Central Florida. With more than 100 physicians and providers representing over 25 medical specialties in 40+ locations, we have a broad range of medical and surgical specialties to meet patients’ needs.

Our neighborhood physician practices are conveniently located throughout Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas counties. Our physicians provide care at their 40+ practices as well as five Florida Hospitals located in Carrollwood, North Pinellas, Tampa, Wesley Chapel and Zephyrhills.

Backed by Florida Hospital, one of the country’s largest not-for-profit health care providers with 22 hospitals in the state of Florida and more than a century of experience in health care, Florida Hospital Physician Group is expanding and transforming all aspects of health care with innovative advancements and leading edge technology. Our heritage of a unique, whole-person health approach to care – achieving wellness of the mind, body and spirit for our patients – is shared by our Florida Hospital Physician Group partners.

Work Hours/Shift:   Full Time/Day

What You Are Responsible For:

  • Performs general nursing activities, ensuring quality care and efficient/timely flow of patients.

What You Will Need:

  • Registered Nurse
  • One to two years of professional nursing experience; physician office preferred.
  • Current, valid Florida State of Board Nursing Registered Nursing License.
  • BLS (Basic Life Support)
  • Graduate of an Accredited School of Nursing (Preferred)


Please apply at:

http://link.joinahs.com/tp/rj6.3CKBH_e-K


Advanced Healthcare Provider - post-transplant

Boston, MA

Tufts Medical Center Transplant program is a growing program in search of a NP or PA to join our post-transplant team. The post-transplant Advanced Healthcare Provider (AHP) is either a nurse practitioner or a physician assistant, and is responsible for the care of the post-kidney transplant patient population.  

Patient care responsibilities include evaluation and management of patients who have received a kidney transplant, follow-up of post-transplant clinical testing and immunosuppressive management and ongoing discharge teaching and clinical assessment of this population. 

The AHP will provide advance practice care under the direction of the transplant faculty. 

Close collaboration with the medical staff (including referring physicians) and in-patient clinical coordinators is essential to ensure appropriate follow-up care and transition of the care within the clinic.

When not in clinic, the AHP will be responsible for managing patients’ immunosuppression via lab review and patient discussions. 

The AHP will be the key point person for patient and may refer the patient to social work or for insurance counseling as necessary. 

To apply for this position go to:

https://jobs.tuftsmedicalcenter.org/jobs/job-detail.aspx?id=3184


RN Care Coordinator – Pre-Liver Transplant


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Relationship-Based Care reflects the influence of the nurse’s relationship with self, colleagues and patient/family on patient experience.
2. Expert Caring encompasses clinical assessment, planning, prioritizing, coordination and implementation of care.
3. Empowered Leaders demonstrate knowledge and participate in shared governance.
4. Lifelong Learners encompasses professional development through education, professional certification and professional organizations.
5. Supports onboarding of new team members and precepts as applicable.
6. Quality Achievement includes adherence to clinical documentation guidelines, outcomes data comprehension, engagement in performance improvement, and commitment to standard work.
7. Innovation is demonstrated by application of technologies that support patient care, actively seeking to implement evidence-based practice and new knowledge generated by nursing research.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
• Education: Graduate of accredited nursing program. BSN required within 5 years of hire.
• Experience: 1 year.
• License/Certification: Licensed to practice as RN in Virginia. May require valid Virginia driver’s license. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required.

More Information:
This position qualifies for the UVAMC Clinical Ladder. This salary range is for RN Clinician 2. Additional compensation is available for those hired as Clinician 3 or 4, who must have BSN, possess specialty certification from a national certifying organization, and meet applicable Career Ladder Behaviors.

To Apply:
https://uvahealth.taleo.net/careersection/1/jobdetail.ftl?job=39024&tz=MT-04%3A00

Pay Range: $49,857.60 – $82,513.60

Work Locations:
West Complex
1300 Jefferson Park Ave.
Charlottesville, VA 22908

Job: Registered Nurse

Schedule: Full-Time/Day

The University of Virginia is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.


Registered Nurse (RN) Transplant Coordinator - Heart Center


Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
St. Petersburg, FL
Full Time, Day Shift

Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital is seeking a RN Transplant Coordinator to join our Heart Center team.

The Heart Transplant Nurse Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of transplantation for pediatric heart transplant recipients. This includes coordination of care across the continuum from pre-transplant, during transplant and post-transplant. Additionally, the transplant coordinator collaborates with members of the multidisciplinary team by developing, supporting and educating nursing staff and team members. The transplant coordinator is an integral member of the larger interdisciplinary team contributing to excellence in patient care, research, teaching, care transformation and maintaining regulatory compliance within the organization.

Shift details:
• 10 hour days with additional on-call responsibilities

Requirements:
• Current Florida RN Licensure
• Bachelors of Science in Nursing
• 5 years of pediatric cardiac experience in an acute care setting
• Transplant certification preferred

Apply:
For the complete description and to apply, please visit: https://jobs.hopkinsmedicine.org/achtrans

Johns Hopkins Health System and its affiliates are an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, national origin, mental or physical disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.


Clinical Educator

The Clinical Educator is responsible for job specific training in Operations. Develops systems that maintain and continually improve identified competencies for STA staff.  Participates in the orientation for new staff; coordinates and/or provides on-going education activities from internal and external sources.  Additionally, provides on-site education and training as required.

Education and Work Experience Qualifications:

  • Bachelor Degree in a healthcare related science or biologic science with two years of critical care experience in a related healthcare field.
  • Three years as an Organ Recovery Coordinator, Hospital Services Coordinator or Family Services Coordinator preferred.
  • Current American Board of Transplant Certification (ABTC) as CPTC (Certified Procurement

Transplant Coordinator), CCTC ( Certified Clinical Transplant Coordinator) CCTN (Certified Clinical Transplant) or CTP (Transplant Preservationists), or obtain ABTC certification within 18 months in this role.

  • Previous Educator, supervisory or preceptor experience preferred.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Performs all of the essential job functions of an Organ Recovery Coordinator, Hospital Services Coordinator and Family Services Coordinator.
  • Works in conjunction with the Director of Education and Development to create internal training modules and modalities. Uses adult learning theories to provide the best learning opportunity.
  • Observes staff “on-site” to educate and assess mastery of job skills and core competencies.  Requires incumbent to be available for any “on-call” schedule. Is required to assume “on-call” responsibility to validate an employee’s independent practice when operations employees are on the on-call schedule.
  • Develops and implements training in collaboration with Directors and Managers of Clinical Services, Hospital Services and Family Services.
    • For specifc details click Here

To Apply for this opportunity:

Please visit: www.organ.org, to complete application.         


Organ Preservationist


Position Description:
Performs various technical and monitoring procedures which are involved in the retrieval and preservation of organs for transplant and/or research. Responds as scheduled to call for periods up to 24 hours.

Provides appropriate equipment, solutions, and pre-operative supplies for recovery and preservation of solid organs in local donor hospitals and during “fly outs.”

Performs surgical/OR techniques during organ recovery as they relate to organ preservation, including preparing necessary equipment, solutions and back tables as needed as well as labeling, packaging, and transporting of organs and tissue specimens. Performs machine pulsatile organ preservation techniques as directed.

May assist recovery surgeon in removing organs from deceased donors; inspects, dissects, separates and/or packages organs upon removal, according to established procedures.

Assists with continued improvement and implementation of policies and procedures relating to organ preservation.

Qualifications: The successful candidate will possess 3-5 years of Preservation experience. A minimum Associates degree, EMT or Paramedic preferred. Excellent knowledge of human anatomy. A demonstrated ability to relate to all levels of staff. Excellent customer service skills required. CPT certification preferred

Deadline for Submissions: Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Contact: Resumes may be uploaded to https://careers-liveonny.icims.com/jobs/1111/organ-preservationist/job

Other: NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE.
EOE M/F/D/V
www.liveonny.org


Organ Transplant Coordinator - RN

Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Lebanon, NH

The Organ Transplant Coordinator ensures the delivery of health care services from post-transplant surgery through the transplant maintenance phase. Responsibilities include care coordination of post-transplant patients, medication education, organ rejection monitoring and scheduling treatments as needed. This position requires a confident RN who can work independently and be personally responsible for a patient roster making decisions independently. This person will be coordinating transplant patients through their post-transplant care.

An experienced RN with 2 to 3 years general nursing, med surg, nephrology or dialysis exposure preferred. ICU experience would be relevant. Must be able to work with a fast-paced team. Experience with quality process improvement a plus. Attention to detail is extremely important as the transplant program has a high number of regulatory demands.

This role will require occasional off hours call responsibilities.

Qualifications

  • Graduate from an accredited Nursing Program required.
  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN) with 3 years of clinical experience required.
  • 2 years of nephrology nursing experience preferred. 
  • Demonstrated clinical competence in the area of organ transplantation.

Required Licensure/Certification Skills

  • Licensed Registered Nurse in New Hampshire required.  
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) Certificate required.


For more information please contact:

M. Beau Benson
Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist
Miriam.A.Benson@hitchcock.org
603.653.0422

Or apply online at: 

https://dhnursing.org 

Dartmouth-Hitchcock is an equal opportunity employer.


Transplant Contract Manager

Methodist Health System, Inc.
Dallas, Texas


Are you ready for a new challenge? Dallas-based Methodist Health System is looking for a Transplant Contract Manager to develop managed care contracting activities for the transplant services as well as assisting in other hospital managed care contracting activities. This position oversees and manages the billing, accounts receivables, and account payable representatives for MTP (Methodist Transplant Physicians) transplant contracting. This position will be the internal resource in transplant economics and market trends.

Methodist Transplant Physicians (MTP) Daily Operations functions:
1. Supervise MTP transplant contract billing/accounts receivables staff.
2. Manage the day-to-day operations of MTP claims submission & account receivables and accounts payables.
3. Audit payments for proper reimbursement from payers as well as to MTP providers and conduct necessary follow up.

Transplant Contracting relationships:
1. Maintain current agreements and negotiate new agreements including Single Case Agreements (SCA's).
2. Stay current with latest developments, advancements, and trends in the field of transplantation issues.
3. Perform market analysis for potential contracting opportunities.

Perform analysis and provide recommendations of transplant contracting rates:
1. Collect and analyze data of financial impact of current agreements, potential agreements, and recommend current process improvement of contracting changes.
2. Work with the legal department in contract review and preparation of other facility agreements.

Do you have a Bachelor $B!G (Js degree and at least five years of financial analysis and modeling skills?

Apply today! https://goo.gl/StJwpE OR EMAIL:   emmanuelmati@mhd.com


Administrative Director of Transplant Services

Hackensack Meridian Health
Hackensack, New Jersey

One of the nation's Top 50 hospitals. One of New Jersey's top choices for opportunity.

As New Jersey's largest and busiest medical center, we offer challenging and rewarding career paths alongside the healthcare industry's most talented, compassionate, and dedicated professionals. The very factors that drive Hackensack University Medical Center to national success are the same ones that drive America's best to us.

Qualified candidate will be responsible for the direction, management of the operational, financial, programmatic, and personnel activities for Transplant Services under the direction of the Chief of Transplant Services and the Administrator of Clinical Services Growth and Development. Additional responsibilities include directing the day-to-day operations of all Transplant Services activities, personnel and faculty management, budgeting, cost reporting, cost control, contract review, marketing and planning. Will also work closely with a variety of entities, coordinating the activities of the service line across the enterprise and represents the interests of Transplant at all times.

Minimum of 5 – 8 years relevant experience in the organ transplant management and administration of a large academic unit, preferably one with multiple missions that require the integration of clinical care with a high level of scholarly performance required. Master's degree required. Must have broad knowledge of modern health care administration, principles and practices within a managed care environment and/or an academic medical center.

Please apply online by visiting our website at: https://careers-hackensackmeridianhealth.icims.com/jobs/56300/administrative-director-of-transplant-services/job?mode=view&mobile=false&width=665&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240

We are an equal opportunity employer offering a smoke-free environment.

PI104712598


Transplant Coordinator III/NP

UC Davis Medical Center
Sacramento, CA

Transplant Coordinator III/NP
Salary Range:  $5,289.60 to $7,344.80 Bi-weekly
Final Filing Date:  11-4-2018


Responsibilities

This position is responsible for the management of patients needing dialysis access or having problems with their dialysis access as well as other surgical patients, including kidney transplant, in collaboration with the transplant surgeons.  The TC III/NP must possess decision making skills regarding dialysis access management and transplant as it related to patient education. Specifically, he or she will have direct experience in working with the chronic kidney disease (CKD) population; direct experience with dialysis and/or transplant patients and direct experience developing and implementing  orders in collaboration with members of the multidisciplinary team. Qualifications

REQUIRED 

• Graduation from an accredited school of nursing with Master's degree. 
• Graduation from an accredited nurse practitioner program. 
• National Nurse Practitioner Board Certification.
• Possession of a valid California license as a registered nurse. 
• Possession of a valid California Nurse Practitioner license. 
• Possession of a valid DEA number and furnishing certificate. 
• Possession of valid NPI number. 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT 

• On-call duties, working weekends, holidays or overtime may be required. 
• THIS POSITION MAY BE SUBJECT TO A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION, DRUG SCREEN, LIVE SCAN FINGERPRINTING, MEDICAL EVALUATION CLEARANCE, AND FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY ASSESSMENT

To view full job description and submit an on-line application visit UC Davis Career Opportunities at:

http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=143479                 Requisition number #053769

The University of California, Davis is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer


Director Quality Safety Regulatory

Penn Transplant Institute

Penn Medicine is dedicated to our tripartite mission of providing the highest level of care to patients, conducting innovative research, and educating future leaders in the field of medicine. Working for this leading academic medical center means collaboration with top clinical, technical and business professionals across all disciplines.

This position requires a professional with expertise in the areas of quality assessment, performance improvement, patient safety, data management and analytic and regulatory compliance in the field of solid organ transplantation. The DQSR will provide leadership for the PTIs Transplant QAPI program in conjunction with PTI and program leadership and manage and mentor the Transplant Quality Program staff of outcomes specialists, a statistician, CNS for quality and data coordinators.  Oversight of quality improvement, patient safety, data systems/reporting, policy development and associated documentation systems.  Leads compliance efforts for transplant-related regulatory agencies, inclusive of CMS, UNOS, The Joint Commission and ESRD Network 4. Represents PTI in organizational quality, patient safety and regulatory compliance initiatives and collaborates with entity departments to maximize transplant outcomes.

Minimum Requirements:

•           Bachelor's Degree in Nursing preferred;

•           Master's Degree, Healthcare Administration or equivalent (e.g. MBA), policy or a related field required.

Additional requirements:

•           3+ years Management

•           3+ years experience in solid organ transplant, EPIC and/or QAPI programs preferred.

To apply, visit www.PennMedicine/careers, click on Search Career Opportunities, then search on Job ID # 71145 or go directly to: https://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_pennmedicine/external/gateway/viewFromLink.html?jobPostId=79398&localeCode=en-us

Live Your Life's Work

EOE/AA, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran


 

#teamMHSflorida
Creating smarter healthcare.


#teamMHSflorida is an award-winning group of friends and colleagues at one of the largest not-for-profit health systems in the nation. We’re 13,000 strong, living a vision of wellness for all. We’re learning and growing, caring and sharing, working hard and enjoying life in a community we love.

RN, Adult Kidney Transplant
Memorial Regional Hospital


The Memorial Transplant Institute in South Florida recently launched an adult and pediatric kidney transplant program at Memorial Regional Hospital and Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, Florida. To date, we have successfully performed 20 adult kidney transplants and 1 pediatric kidney transplant. The Institute also received approval to establish a living donor kidney recovery component, including open and laparoscopic nephrectomies, and also offers cadaveric kidney transplants, pediatric kidney transplants and living donor kidney transplant.

Qualifications:
• Graduate of an accredited Registered/Professional Nursing program.
• Florida State licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN)
• BLS Healthcare Provider and ACLS certifications
• 2 years RN acute experience required. Transplant experience desired.

When you join #teamMHSflorida, you can have a voice in the future of patient- and family-centered care. Kidney transplantation demands a comprehensive team effort, and we’re fortunate to have a team of high caliber, dedicated physicians, nurses, intensivists, perfusionists, and laboratory medicine experts as members of our team. Share in our bold and confident vision. Find a true home for your career. And be part of a story that continues to unfold.

Apply online to Req #66202BR
careers.MHS.net


Memorial Healthcare System is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to workplace diversity.


Manager, Transplant Quality

#teamMHSflorida
Creating smarter healthcare.


#teamMHSflorida is an award-winning group of friends and colleagues at one of the largest not-for-profit health systems in the nation. We’re 13,000 strong, living a vision of wellness for all. We’re learning and growing, caring and sharing, working hard and enjoying life in a community we love.

Manager, Transplant Quality
Memorial Regional Hospital

The Memorial Transplant Institute in South Florida recently launched an adult and pediatric kidney transplant program at Memorial Regional Hospital and Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, Florida. To date, we have successfully performed 20 adult kidney transplants and 1 pediatric kidney transplant. The Institute also received approval to establish a living donor kidney recovery component, including open and laparoscopic nephrectomies, and also offers cadaveric kidney transplants, pediatric kidney transplants and living donor kidney transplant.
In collaboration with clinical and operational teams, you will be responsible for developing, coordinating, implementing and evaluating the continuous improvement actives for all of the transplant programs. Duties include facilitating and monitoring patient safety activities; acting as the resource to transplant team; responsible for educating best practice standards of care; and leading the transplant teams in PI projects using approved tools and adherence to agency regulations.

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in healthcare or informatics field.
• Two (2) years quality/regulatory experience in specialty area and/or transplant.
• Proficiency in Excel, Word, PowerPoint.

When you join #teamMHSflorida, you can have a voice in the future of patient- and family-centered care. Kidney transplantation demands a comprehensive team effort, and we’re fortunate to have a team of high caliber, dedicated physicians, nurses, intensivists, perfusionists, and laboratory medicine experts as members of our team. Share in our bold and confident vision. Find a true home for your career. And be part of a story that continues to unfold.

Apply online to Req #66242BR
careers.MHS.net


Memorial Healthcare System is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to workplace diversity.


Clinical Staff Educators

Gift of Life Donor Program

These are excellent opportunities for experienced Clinical Staff Educators who would like to impact clinical staff training by:

  • planning, developing, and implementing training programs for clinical staff;
  • developing and implementing written, lecture, on-line and experiential/scenario-based simulation and skills assessment based training programs

You will:

  • Collaborate with clinical leadership/staff to develop, implement, and maintain structured processes documenting orientation and on-going continuing education training for clinical staff
  • Serve as project manager (creates plans, tracks progress, communicates and ensures timelines are met) for a variety of assigned projects
  • Participate in and coordinate opportunities for research, presentation of case studies and abstracts and other activities to support GLDP’s overall mission
  • Work both independently and collaboratively to design, and use software to develop and implement eLearning training modules
  • Manage the architectural design and content integrity of the Microsoft SharePoint document management platform for clinical training materials and resources as well as,  identify, develop, proof, and post materials
  • Assist with the development annual budget and innovation plan

Successful candidates will possess a combination of or all of the following credentials and competencies:

  • Baccalaureate Degree in health care, nursing or applied life sciences
  • Experience with adult education / training development (Face to face and eLearning) and presentation experiences required
  • LMS management (Halogen eLM), Microsoft SharePoint and Articulate Storyline 2 experience preferred
  • Curriculum development experience
  • 3-5 year’s clinical experience in the field of organ procurement, including CPTC, and experience in the field of tissue donation

To investigate joining the nation’s leading organ procurement organization, please submit cover letter, resume and salary history to:     AMSmith@donors1.org

We are an equal opportunity employer and support diversity in our workplace.


Nurse Practitioner Transplant Fellowship

Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Nashville, TN

Vanderbilt University Medical Center's 12 month Nurse Practitioner (NP) Transpant Fellowship provides:

  • Focused didactic education regarding care of this unique patient population
  • Concentrated clinical experiences for new or experienced NPs
  • Knowledge and skills to provide exceptional specialty care

Work and learn alongside experienced transplant NPs, surgeons, and physicians. Experience the exclusive Vanderbilt culture and exceptional clinical experience in 'Music City' - Nashville, TN.

How to Apply:
Applications open November 1st 2018, closing January 7th, 2019
Fellowship begins July 1, 2019

For additional fellowship information or to apply go to:   https://ww2.mc.vanderbilt.edu/nursingoap/50658    (Vanderbilt.edu Nursing Office of Advanced Practice, Professional Development)

 


                   

Transplant Coordinator

Do you have experience as an OPO and/or clinical transplant coordinator and are looking for a new opportunity in the field of organ donation/transplantation? Buckeye Transplant Services has an exciting opportunity to join their team as a Transplant Coordinator! If you are looking for a flexible schedule, benefits, and the ability to work independently from home, call us now!

Join our growing team of respected Professional Transplant Coordinators and Nursing Specialists who work with some of the best Transplant Centers in the United States.

If you have 2 or more years of OPO/organ coordination experience, a passion for transplant, and want to work from home, call us now!

We save and improve lives for a living every day. We work with some of the best people in the Medical Industry, are growing, and recruiting new team members!

Please email resume to Jill Arrington at jill.arrington@organimports.com or call her at 419-890-8970.



RN Clinical Transplant Coordinator

Do you have in-patient hospital experience and looking for a new opportunity to support a transplant multi-disciplinary team? Porter Adventist Hospital has an exciting opportunity to join their transplant team as an RN Clinical Transplant Coordinator! If you are looking for a flexible schedule and the ability to work independently, this may be the opportunity for you! The schedule is Monday-Friday and requires after hours call for organ offers. Assumes responsibility and accountability for comprehensive care, support and education to transplant recipients, living donors 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 emotional needs of the patient, ensuring the coordination of the clinical aspects for the transplant recipient or living donor. Acts as a liaison between a kidney transplant program and dialysis facilities, as applicable. Utilizes the nursing process to promote and restore optimal health and well-being of the patient. Assumes personal accountability for organizational mission and core values of Centura Health.

Minimum Education Requirements
Bachelor's degree in Nursing from an accredited school of Nursing

Minimum Experience Requirements
Two years of recent acute care nursing experience
Previous transplant experience, preferred
Strong interpersonal and analytical skills
Strong Computer skills

License/Certifications
Current Colorado RN license
Current BLS from the American Heart Association
Clinical Transplant Coordinator certification, preferred

Please apply now at: https://career4.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=130966&company=centura&username=




 

Updated 11-27-2018

 

 

 

 


 

 

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