• Tissue Recovery Coordinator
    Publicado en: Octubre 16, 2015
  • Tissue Recovery Coordinator
    Publicado en: Octubre 16, 2015

    articipates in and help facilitate all activities related to tissue recovery, including receiving and screening referrals, technical recovery and post recovery activities. Must comply with Foundation and LifeLink Tissue Bank policies and protocols, AATB standards and FDA regulations regarding recovery of tissue for transplant.

    Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

    1. Supervise per diem recovery staff during cases and ensure tissue recovery is performed following Tissue Bank policies and procedures.
    2. Perform aseptic recovery of human tissue for transplantation, and complete and review documentation.
    3. Follow established protocols set forth in LifeLink Tissue Bank’s Policies and Procedures.
    4. Responsible for procurement logistics, including per diem staff availability, transportation arrangements and tissue suite conditions.
    5. Participate in the ongoing training of all tissue recovery personnel.
    6. Inspect and monitor equipment, supplies and instrumentation being used for recovery.
    7. Participate and collaborate in the development of standards and procedures.
    8. Attend continuing education meetings/courses and disseminate information to recovery staff.
    9. Participate in department QA Program activities as directed.
    10. Oversight of Tissue Room and Prep Area conditions.
    11. Provide written reports of tissue or prep room deficiencies with plan to repair.
    12. Ensure the appropriate receipt, documentation and verification of supplies and reagents utilized in tissue recovery.
    13. Performs rounds in the Medical Examiner’s office and ASEM.
    14. Complete documentation and coding of referrals in iTransplant.
    15. Communicates any hospital development, Medical Examiner, funeral home and/or other referral facility concerns or feedback to the appropriate divisional department via the Tissue management staff.
     

    Job Specifications:

    Degree in OR Technician or Surgical Technician, and a minimum of two years of experience in any one of these fields. Certification as a tissue bank specialist (CTBS) or ability and intent to sit for CTBS certification within one year of employment. Thorough knowledge and comprehension, and a minimum of one year of experience in aseptic technique. Proven interpersonal skills with all levels of personnel. Availability to participate in a 24/7 call rotation schedule. Analytical and mental ability to interpret serological, microbiological, virological, histological and all other pertinent tests required for the determination of suitability as it relates to a potential bone and tissue donor. Ability to stand for ninety percent of the work time. Visual acuity and manual dexterity necessary to prepare tissue for clinical use and procure tissue in an aseptic manner. Physical ability to lift, carry and/or move equipment varying in weight from one to two hundred and fifty pounds. Fully bilingual (English/Spanish) written and verbal. Current valid Puerto Rico driver’s license with proven good driving record.

    REPORTS TO:Director, Tissue Recovery Services

    HOW TO APPLY:LifeLink Web Page = www.lifelinkfound.org

    Send Resume to: jobspr@lifelinkfound.org

    Fax # 787-620-5448

    CLOSING DATE:October 30, 2015

  • Per Diem Runner
    Publicado en: Octubre 16, 2015
  • Per Diem Runner
    Publicado en: Octubre 16, 2015

    In accordance with established LifeLink Foundation standards, policies, procedures, and protocols, provide general support, as needed, directly to the clinical staff of LifeLink of Puerto Rico.

    Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

    1. Follow direction of Primary Transplant Coordinator on case.
    2. Under the direct supervision of a Transplant Coordinator, perform blood draws process and assist with donor care.
    3. Transport blood samples to requested locations (i.e. hospital laboratory) with follow up on results.
    4. Fax clinical documentation to UNet, Transplant Centers and/or to the Administrator-on-call, as requested.
    5. Assist in transferring donor to required locations throughout hospital.
    6. Provide support in the OR by operating ASEM fax machine and faxing paperwork; delivering biopsy samples to pathology with follow up on results; preparing slush and solutions as directed and supervised by Primary Transplant Coordinator and Surgical Coordinator.
    7. Assist with communication to Administrator-on-call during OR time.
    8. Transplant organs to courier (in hospital).
      Job Specifications:
    1. Minimum Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) degree, with all licensure requirements.
    2. Demonstrated physical ability to lift, carry and/or move equipment of varying weight from 1 to 30 pounds for 10% of the work time and to stand for 90% of the work time.
    3. Demonstrated interpersonal skills and professional attitude necessary to interact and communicate effectively with other members of the clinical team and with hospital and other external agency personnel.
    4. Professional appearance and demeanor.
    5. Exercise discretion dealing with all information in a confidential and sensitive manner.
    6. Proven good driving record and current driver’s license.
    7. Ability to travel to all hospitals on Puerto Rico.
    8. Flexible working schedules.
    9. Extended working hours may be necessary.
      REPORTS TO: Director / Manager Organ Procurement

    HOW TO APPLY: LifeLink Web Page = www.lifelinkfound.org

    Send Resume to: jobspr@lifelinkfound.org

    Fax # 787-620-5448

    CLOSING DATE:October 30, 2015

  • PER DIEM SURGICAL COORDINATOR
    Publicado en: Agosto 20, 2015
  • PER DIEM SURGICAL COORDINATOR
    Publicado en: Agosto 20, 2015

    Responsible for activities associated with tissue recovery.  Works with general guidelines and in coordination with LifeLink staff and Logistics Support Personnel. Applies principles of sterile technique and surgical expertise in the recovery of a variety of cadaveric tissues for transplant. Participates in a rotating per-diem schedule for bone and tissue recoveries and maintains and open line of communication with the Tissue Primary Coordinator and Director of Recovery Services.

    Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

    1. Participates in the surgical recovery of human tissue for transplantation.
    2. Demonstrates thorough knowledge and comprehension of aseptic technique.
    3. Demonstrates ability to circulate in an operating room setting.
    4. Inspect and monitor equipment, supplies, and instrumentation being used for procurement.
    5. Observes environmental conditions and takes corrective measures as necessary.  Reports deficiencies to supervisor.
    6. Assist in the preparation of all sterile work areas and supplies needed for various stages of procurement.
    7. Consults with supervisors as it relates to accepted performances of various responsibilities.
    8. Adheres to established protocols set forth in the LifeLink Foundation Tissue Bank Standards and Procedures Manual.
    9. Perform any other duties deemed necessary by the tissue manager or primary coordinator.
    Job Specifications:
    1. Associates Degree in an Allied Science (ORT, EMT, or CST) and a minimum of two years of experience in any one of these fields, or;
    2. Successful completion of an accredited Surgical Technology Program or its equivalent, or;
    3. A minimum of one year of experience in sterile tissue recovery.
    4. Current State Driver License with good driving record.
    5. Job performance and responsibilities require:
      • Ability to stand for ninety percent of the work time;
      • Interpersonal skills to interact with fellow staff members, hospital staff, coordinators, supervisors and management;
      • Visual acuity and moral dexterity necessary to prepare tissue for clinical use and procure tissue in an aseptic manner;
      • Respond to calls within 15 minutes or the primary coordinator will move to the next per diem employee;
      • Arrive at the office or location instructed within one hour of their being activated or within the timeframe established according logistics.
      • Appropriately attire for travel to a hospital (if necessary).
      • Available to work any time primarily during weekdays (Mondays to Fridays).

    REPORTS TO: Director, Tissue Recovery Services

    HOW TO APPLY:LifeLink Web Page = www.lifelinkfound.org Send Resume to: jobspr@lifelinkfound.org Fax # 787-620-5448

    CLOSING DATE: October 30, 2015

  • DIRECTOR/A DE PROGRAMAS INSTITUCIONALES
    Publicado en: Junio 24, 2015
  • DIRECTOR/A DE PROGRAMAS INSTITUCIONALES
    Publicado en: Junio 24, 2015

    HOSPITAL BUEN SAMARITANO

    Descripción:

    Responsable por la administración, organización y funcionamiento de los Programas Institucionales de Utilización, Control de Infecciones y Mejoramiento del Desempeño.  Provee guía y dirección a los diferentes coordinadores de los Programas Institucionales.  En conjunto con los Directores y Supervisores desarrolla, organiza e implanta las actividades, normas y procedimientos necesarios para garantizar servicios de calidad y excelencia a los clientes del Hospital Buen Samaritano, así como el cumplimiento con las agencias reguladoras y de acreditación.

    Requisitos:

    Grado de Maestría de una profesión relacionada con la salud, certificación como profesional de la calidad (CPHQ), tres años de experiencia administrativa y cinco años o más de experiencia clínica en programas de calidad en una organización para el cuidado de la salud, como mínimo destrezas de comunicación oral y escrita (inglés y español), completamente bilingüe, preferiblemente experiencia en sistemas de acreditación de JCAHO, experiencia en sistemas de auditorías de Medicare y Departamento de Salud, habilidad para ejercer liderato y destrezas en los procesos de solución de problemas y toma de decisiones credenciales profesionales actualizados.

    Contacto:

    José A. García, Director de Recursos Humanos 787-658-0000, Ext. 1024 Fax: 787-658-0613 Correo Electrónico: jgarcia@hbspr.org

  • Director/a de Enfermería de un Hogar de Envejecientes
    Publicado en: Marzo 1, 2015
  • Director/a de Enfermería de un Hogar de Envejecientes
    Publicado en: Marzo 1, 2015

    Para trabajar en:

    San Juan 

    Requisitos: 

    Enfermera/o graduada/o con bachillerato y licencia al día. Experiencia administrativa/ Estrategias de supervisión.  Habilidad para trabajar bajo presión.  Mínimo con 5 años de experiencia clínica.  Conocimientos amplios en la administración de medicamentos.  Destreza de relacionarse con personas.  Fluidez en hablar y escribir inglés y español.  Conocimiento en Word,  Excel, Outlook. Favor enviar resumé a:

     mlamoso@insigniaseniorliving.com