This role will be located in the West Coast Region of the United States.
This role is responsible for providing comprehensive medical support to NMDP network and staff for all aspects of donor evaluation and management, donor and recipient adverse events, and investigations of quality incidents involving medical issues. The role serves as a liaison between the network and other NMDP departments to ensure proper quality procedures related to cellular products and to minimize organizational risk associated with quality incidents and adverse events.
Knowledge of: • Common medical diseases and disease management • General health assessment • Collection and analysis of pertinent data and/or clinical findings • Health care confidentiality standards • Basic computer applications
Ability to: • Effectively summarize and communicate complex medical information • Evaluate health issues from various sources • Solve complex problems making timely and sound decisions • Demonstrate critical thinking skills • Exercise independent judgment utilizing appropriate resources • Handle multiple issues with flexibility and appropriate prioritization • Exhibit strong customer service skills • Show proficiency in computer software such as Microsoft Office programs
Education and/or Experience: • Minimum Education: RN required, BSN preferred. • Five years experience as a nurse in medicine or a medicine subspecialty area unless BMT-specific, then two years • Two years of experience in a position that involved quality assurance strongly preferred. • Clinical knowledge of health conditions and related treatments
Other Requirements: • Bilingual skills • Requires some flexibility in work hours to meet business need • Occasional travel to Coordinating Center in Minneapolis – 1-2x/year
Preferred Qualifications: (Additional qualifications that may make a person even more effective in the role, but are not required for consideration) • Certification for Hematopoietic Transplant Coordinator (CHTC) • Stem cell transplantation and HLA typing • Donor health issues related to stem cell donation • Basic clinical research
United States, US-MN-Minneapolis
Yes, 5 % of the Time
Internal Number: 180000I5
About Be The Match - National Marrow Donor Program
YOUR CAREER CAN MAKE A LIFE-SAVING DIFFERENCEThe National Marrow Donor Program® is a leader in the field of cellular transplantation. We partner with a global network of hospitals, blood centers, cord blood banks, and laboratories to facilitate bone marrow transplants for patients with life-threatening illnesses such as leukemia and lymphoma. The NMDP also operates the Be The Match™ Registry, conducting vital research to improve survival and quality of life, and providing education and support services to health care professionals and patients. Our staff helps deliver this cutting-edge science, service and support to patients and their families.