Hoxworth Blood Center is searching for a NurseManager, Therapeutic Pheresis to lead a team of RNs to ensure proper workflow and providing 24 hour coverage to complete procedures on a daily basis. The manager will assist in the planning and implementation of the apheresis unit's goals and objectives. The Manager will be responsible for maintaining all nursing care policies and SOPs in compliance with regulatory agencies. The Manager will interact with Research Associates to coordinate research projects involving blood donors; compile, analyze and present therapeutic data and maintain budgets and monitor expenses.
Another responsibility will be to provide training and education on therapeutic procedures to the apheresis RNs, medical students, residents, and fellows as it relates to automated collections and therapeutic procedures.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor degree with three (3) years of experience; OR Associate degree with five (5) years of experience. Degree must be in nursing. Experience must be in nursing and included two (2) years in intensive care, hemodialysis, emergency room, or apheresis. Experience must also include at least one (1) year of supervision. Current valid RN license to practice in the state of Ohio is required.
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