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Job Description: University of Alaska Anchorage College of Health Assistant/Associate Professor – Program Director for School of Allied Health   The School of Allied Health is seeking applications for an Assistant or Associate Professor/Program Director of Medical Laboratory Science. The University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) Goose Lake Campus is located in Anchorage, Alaska. The attractive wooded campus, at the foot of the Chugach Mountains, serves as a cultural hub for the city. Careful development has left the campus an urban oasis with resident wildlife populations including moose, waterfowl, and birds. The College of Health (COH), one of seven UAA schools and colleges, is a major center for development and delivery of professional, career and technical, community, and continuing education programs. In keeping with the mission of the University of Alaska, COH has a commitment to innovation and flexibility insuring high quality education, and training is available to all who have the ability and interest to pursue an education or profession. The School of Allied Health of the College of Health offers Occupational Endorsement Certificates, Undergraduate Certificates, Associate of Applied Science degrees, and Bachelor of Science degrees.   DUTIES Responsible for theoretical and practical instruction in any of the following areas as needed by the department: Hematology, Coagulation, Clinical Chemistry, Urine and Body Fluid Analysis, Immunology, Blood Banking, Laboratory Education and Management. Engage and guide students in academic advising. Contribute to the improvement of the department, college, university, and community through active involvement in committee work and professional organizations. Maintain office hours according to contractual guidelines. Write and update course syllabi, work with faculty to review, revise, and develop curriculum. Maintain departmental integrity of student records. Maintain program learning outcomes, assessment, and curriculum. Coordinate/enforce national accreditation requirements and standards. Engage in professional development in the field of laboratory medicine. Attend department, school and college meetings and engage in continuous quality improvement. Work effectively and collaboratively within the scope of the University of Alaska mission with a diverse student population and university staff. Perform other job-related duties as assigned by the school, college or university administration.   KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES A commitment to and the ability to work effectively within the scope of the College of Health mission and to work with a diverse student population and staff is required. Evidence of current competency and ongoing professional development in Medical Laboratory Science is required. Knowledge of education methods and administration as well as current NAACLS accreditation procedures is required. Demonstrated ability to utilize Microsoft Office software applications is required. The ability to adapt procedures for the equipment and reagents available in the student lab is an essential skill.   REQUIRED EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION/TRAINING Master’s Degree in Medical Laboratory Science or related field from an accredited institution; national certification as a generalist and five years clinical laboratory experience as a Medical Laboratory Scientist /Medical Technologist.   Three years teaching experience and knowledge of education methods and administration as well as current NAACLS accreditation and certification procedures is required.   The following knowledge, skills or abilities are preferred for this position:  Doctorate degree, Specialist in Blood Banking (SBB) certification, knowledge of web-based course design and delivery and knowledge of rural healthcare systems.   APPLICATION PROCEDURE Must attach a cover letter; a detailed professional curriculum vitae; contact information for 3 professional references; copy of transcript verifying highest degree; and a copy of CLS (NCA) or MT/MLS (ASCP) certification.   SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Successful applicant must provide official transcripts documenting academic credentials required for the position as well as their national certification.  The applicant must be eligible to work in the United States; no work visas are available for this position.   SALARY Salary will be based upon level of academic appointment, applicable academic preparation and experience.   HOW TO APPLY To apply for the position, go to http://careers.alaska.edu/cw/en-us/job/508374/assistant-or-associate-professorprogram-dir

Job Description: PURPOSE OF POSITION: To direct, coordinate, market, and oversee all aspects of Blood Transfusion Services, Donor collection programs, and autologous donation programs throughout Cape Cod Hospital Laboratory and Cape Cod Healthcare facilities. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Assures the development, coordination, implementation and standardization of all policies, procedures, and practices of all Blood Bank operations at Cape Cod Hospital Laboratory and all C-Lab entities.  Provides services to meet all Cape Cod Healthcare patient needs in accordance with accepted standards and practices. Oversees all related operations of the Blood Donor Center/Program. Continually seeks means of marketing and expanding services.  Continuously increases collections by growing internal database as well as external drives or mobile collections. Explores means of decreasing dependency on purchased blood from outside sources thereby decreasing costs.      Plans, organizes and provides services for assigned sections of the Blood Bank and Donor Center. Prepares work schedules and distributes in a timely fashion. Orders and controls supplies and equipment.  Monitors maintenance and repair of equipment. Coordinates and monitors quality control activities to ensure that standards and procedures are followed and recorded. Evaluates quality of work performed for accuracy and timely reporting of test results. Responsible for all aspects of blood donation, including marketing and donor recruitment. Responsible for oversight, set-up and maintaining fixed off site and mobile collections. Responsible to provide Blood Bank and Serology testing for CCH and C-Lab. Ensures the satisfaction of all users of the departments' services, both internal and external and seeks to continually improve customer service and satisfaction. Works in donor room to maintain technical competency in all areas of responsibility, to fill-in during breaks, short-staffing, excess workload and complex procedures. Obtains health histories and physical exams. Phlebotomizes patient and donors. Prepares and labels blood components and samples for testing. Accurately transcribes test data and other clerical functions. Recruits donors i.e. autologous and homologous. Maintains inventory of supplies. Performs donor related clerical functions. Makes recommendations and implements process improvement measures for quality and/or efficiency. Assists pathologists in maintaining programs including but not limited to: quality control, instrument maintenance, quality assurance and improvement and new methodologies development. Reviews all donor paperwork for accuracy and completeness. Orients and trains staff and evaluates work performance, according to the guidelines established for the department to determine employee competence. Participates in the Laboratory's Quality Assurance program including the development of appropriate area monitors. Provides input to the operating and capital equipment expense budgets on time.  Strives to operate section within allocated budget and submits monthly variance reports on time. Participates in interviews of applicants and make recommendations for hiring. Develops and maintains effective communication with assigned staff, co-workers, physicians and other hospital personnel or others who provide or receive laboratory services. Conducts monthly sectional meetings of staff and records minutes. Maintains professional growth and development through approved seminars workshops, and professional affiliations to keep abreast of latest trends in field of expertise. Maintains a thorough knowledge of the union contract. Maintains section reports and records as required by regulatory agencies. Performs other work related duties and activities as assigned or requested. Consistently provides service excellence to all patients, family members, visitors, volunteers and co-workers in a manner that reflects Cape Cod Healthcare’s commitment to CARES: compassion, accountability, respect, excellence and service. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/TRAINING    Bachelor (BS, BA) in clinical laboratory sciences area or any related field ASCP, NCA or equivalent. SBB certification preferred. 5 years of related experience, preferably in a blood center. Knowledge of Regulatory and accreditation requirements, prior supervisory experience preferred. Excellent organizational skills, the ability to handle multiple priorities effectively, analyze problems and implement appropriate solutions, and assimilate information quickly. Ability to work independently while developing functioning teams among staff. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills to deal with all levels of staff, hospital personnel, physicians, volunteers and donors. May be required to travel to sites throughout the region. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers and the general public. Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistical inference, and fundamentals of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry. Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions to practical solutions. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.

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Care coordinator jobs present a worthy challenge to nurses who were born to lead. These positions are designed to give structure to patient care and ensure that outcomes are managed properly. As soon as someone comes in to your facility, you essentially take on the responsibility for that person. From initial assessment to discharge, care coordinator jobs integrate you into every step of the process.

This involves a lot of interdisciplinary balancing. You’ll need to supervise staff, evaluate their performance and guide them along the way. That’s why problem-solving abilities, excellent communication skills and a thorough understanding of quality bedside care are the keys to succeeding in care coordinator jobs. You need to be on top of your game so you can serve as a role model for the other nurses in your department.

Some RNs who pursue care coordinator careers continue on to even higher leadership positions. The planning, implementation and management experience you gain in this role is invaluable if you later decide to expand your responsibilities. Get started now by learning more about the care coordinator jobs that are currently on the market. Run a search right here on the ADVANCE job board to see what’s available.