Mid-America Transplant is looking for a Clinical Trainer to join our lifesaving team!
Would you like a career where you can make a difference? Would you like a job where you are passionate about its mission? If so, Mid-America Transplant may be the place to take your career.
GENERAL JOB FUNCTION
The Clinical Trainer reports to the Director of Tissue and supports the Tissue Procurement Team’s needs with a focus on training, education and competency in tissue procurement. With guidance from the Director, Tissue this position establishes tissue recovery training curricula, competencies, and content. The Trainer actively coordinates, schedules, performs, and tracks training and competency assessments for recovery coordinators. The Trainer actively participates in the QAPI program, identifying and acting on opportunities to improve individual and organizational performance as well as effectiveness of the training program itself. The Trainer will use the learning management system to facilitate training, competency assessments, and record-keeping.
JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Establishes and administers training curricula, content, and competencies with a focus on tissue procurement
Establishes curricula for areas of expertise typically consisting of procedures, blended learning, on the job training, training by third parties, etc.
Orients new employees to their roles by providing training and assessment of their growth, development, and initial competency. Develops training content such as mixed media / blended learning. Documents all parts of the training process.
Establishes competency assessments including quizzes, direct observation (and associated checklists), and other assessment tools.
Actively participates in the QAPI program
Identifies and acts on opportunities to improve individual and organizational performance
Monitors and acts to improve the effectiveness of the training program itself
Uses technology to facilitate the training
Actively use the learning management system to establish curriculum, assign and document training and competencies, track compliance, and maintain records
Performs aspects of the donation process in periods of high activity, short staffing or as otherwise needed.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Excellent communication, organization, meeting management and presentation skills; this includes both written and spoken communications with team members, donation partners, peers, and management
Proficient in conflict resolution, group interaction and team building
Ensures regulatory compliance with work product
Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills
Strong work ethic; ability to work independently and as part of a team with minimal instruction or supervision
Demonstrates a high level of ethical practices and ability to maintain sensitive information confidentially
Capable of multi-tasking and rapidly adapting to changing priorities while meeting deadlines
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Degree in biologic sciences, adult education, or an equivalent degree/diploma/certification in an allied health field. 3 or more years of experience may substitute for educational requirement.
3+ years of experience in a tissue procurement organization preferred
Excel – Intermediate to advanced skills, including integration with external data, PowerPoint – Intermediate to advanced
SharePoint – Proficient in site and list administration/management; SharePoint Designer development skills
Outlook – Intermediate to advanced skills
Rotating days/nights/weekends that will include holidays
Internal Number: 448
About Mid-America Transplant
The Company: For over 40 years, Mid-America Transplant has been focused on its mission to save lives through excellence in organ and tissue donation. To drive the organization’s mission, we collaborate with medical professionals to improve the organ and tissue donation process to save more lives. Our pursuit of excellence has allowed us to be a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality award winner and a three time Missouri Quality Award winner. We compassionately serve a designated area of 4.7 million people in eastern Missouri, southern Illinois, and northeast Arkansas.