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Report Writing Specialist — Dallas, TX

Full–time: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday. Overtime as approved and needed.

Reports To: Data Analyst Manager

Exemption Status: Non- Exempt

Summary of Duties and Responsibilities

The Report Writing Specialist is primarily responsible for the overall design, analysis, and development of multiple individual and group reports along with the writing of these reports based on detailed specifications. The report writer will take ownership of requirements development and partner with the internal report consumers, clinical, business, and other users. The incumbent is also responsible for organizing data collection from multiple databases (SQL) from internal and external sources, and formatting data into reports that meet the organization's needs and distribution. Responsible for fully-automated analytics and report delivery cycles with customizable dates and ranges from multiple data sources, which may include requirements analysis, data profiling, analytics and report design, data design, development, delivery, and other related tasks as assigned.

 

Education & Work Experience Qualifications

  1. Bachelor’s degree in applicable field preferred, Associates degree required.
  2. Minimum 2 years working knowledge of data extraction, report writing, and analysis.
  3. Proficient with Crystal, SQL, MS Access, Excel, and Word.
  4. Excellent communication skills required.  Must have the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of personnel.
  5. Ability to work both independently and as part of a team required.
  6. Ability to cope with high levels of stress and able to handle a heavy workload.
  7. Able to handle detail oriented work while meeting schedules and deadlines.
  8. Demonstrated knowledge of medical terminology preferred, but not required.

Essential Job Functions

  1. Gathers, analyzes, defines and develops the reports used in an organization using tools and skills like SQL, SQL Server Reporting Services or Crystal Reports.
  2. Defines, creates, develops, runs and validates ad hoc or canned reports using SQL and tools like SQL Server Reporting Services, Crystal Reports or Business Objects.
  3. Analyzes the result set returned by queries and then writes reports that deliver meaningful insight to management or stakeholders.
  4. Automates the reports development processes.
  5. Responsible for the time lines and accuracy of the reports presented to management.
  6. Responsible for querying data sources with different logical or physical data models
  7. Responsible for the scheduling and delivering of reports to the end users or management via print, fax, email, postal mail or over the intranet or internet depending on the data security needs of the organization.
  8. Responsible for report development, report formatting and report distribution to stake-holders as Adobe (PDF) reports, Rich Text (rtf) reports, Microsoft Word reports, Microsoft Excel reports or Web / Online reports using tools like Microsoft Reporting Services, Crystal Reports, Business Objects or HTML.
  9. Enters and verifies UNET data.
  10. Assists other departments with data in Transplant Connect.
  11. As needed, provides support to the Information Users organization-wide.
  12. Other duties as assigned

Qualified candidates may submit a resume and salary history to mford@organ.org

 

updated Friday, November 14, 2014

 

Education & Development Assistant — Dallas, TX

Full–time: Monday – Friday; 8:30am – 5:00pm, additional hours as needed

Reports To: Director, Education & Development

Exemption Status: Non- Exempt

Summary of Duties and Responsibilities

The Education & Development Assistant assists the Director of Education and Development with the planning, administration and evaluation of educational opportunities and training programs for Southwest Transplant Alliance staff. The position requires knowledge and understanding of STA’s core purpose, strategic anchors, core values, policies and procedures; adult education principles; and application software. This position is primarily responsible for supporting the education and development needs of staff by assisting with the tracking, management, scheduling and documentation of training courses.

 

Education & Work Experience Qualifications

  1. Bachelor’s degree preferred; or one to two years related experience and/or training in the Healthcare field; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  2. Must be proficient in MS Word, Excel, Power Point
  3. Experience with Learning Management Systems preferred
  4. Excellent verbal and written communications skills required
  5. Able to travel to STA Regional office locations and work outside the normal business hours
  6. Works a variety of shifts to meet the learning needs of clinical and physician staff

Essential Job Functions

  1. Assist in overseeing the documentation and upkeep of personnel training/education records.
  2. Ensures appropriate documentation is obtained for all STA training programs.
  3. Manages logistics of STA training programs:
    1. Scheduling
    2. Catering
    3. Compiling of training materials and documentation
  4. Collects and maintains reports of continuing education documentation for all certified activities.
  5. Develops reports and performs data entry in association with maintaining reports under the direction of the Director.
  6. Assists with archiving of training materials, testing and evaluation procedures, multimedia visual aids, and other education materials for the organization.

Qualified candidates may submit a resume and salary history to Jo Ann Arias at jaarias@organ.org

 

updated Friday, November 7, 2014

 

FAMILY SERVICES COORDINATOR — Dallas, TX

Full–time: Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:00 pm; plus 24 hour call schedule to include weekends. Call requirements include up to 15 days a month.

 

Summary of Duties and Responsibilities

The Family Services Coordinator will conduct services related to STA Family Services programs to families of potential organ donors and will follow up through the STA Aftercare Program. The Family Services Coordinator is a dual advocate who responds to potential donor families in a respectful and sensitive manner at all times to ensure the needs of the family are met while advocating for potential recipients in need of transplants.

 

Education & Work Experience Qualifications

  1. Bachelor’s degree is preferred in Counseling, Ministry, Social Work or Psychology or equivalent experience working with families in crisis.
  2. Bereavement Facilitator certification preferred within one year of employment.
  3. Excellent communication skills required.  Must have the ability to communicate effectively with all levels of personnel and to represent the organization publicly.
  4. Ability to work both independently and as part of a team required.
  5. Ability to cope with high levels of stress and able to handle a heavy workload.
  6. Ability to travel in light and commercial aircraft, or drive his/her personal auto in order to meet all job duties and responsibilities.  Current Driver’s License required.
  7. Proficient in MS office, Word, Excel, Power Point.

Essential Job Functions

  • Rotates 24-hour call responsibilities with other Family Services staff members.
  • Provides support and assistance through sensitive and respectful consideration of culture, beliefs, and the grieving process.
  • Responds to donor hospital referrals on-site and by telephone to cultivate connections, provide excellent customer service and facilitate the referral, donor, or family support process.
  • Attends Designated Requestor training annually.
  • Provides informed authorization on the option of organ and tissue donation, and to provide support and assistance for potential donor families.
  • Discusses the case with the Supervisor On-Call and obtains guidance.
  • Completes all medical – legal documentation necessary for organ / tissue donors and referrals.  Demonstrates proficiency in Transplant Connect.
  • Consults with Supervisor On-Call, as needed, to verify medical suitability.
  • Discusses the case with hospital staff present and reviews the case.
  • Makes contact with the attending M.D., and hospital staff, to establish relationships and establish a plan for family interaction. 
  • Keeps the family informed, with the health care professionals, regarding the status of their loved one, explains what is occurring, and meets the needs of the families.
  • Makes a positive presentation regarding the donation process and options with the objective of achieving authorization for donation.
  • Provides care and information to the donor family throughout the donation process.

Qualified candidates may submit resume to Melissa Ford at mford@organ.org

 

updated Monday, October 6, 2014