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We are pleased to support our ATHN Affiliates by posting career opportunities at centers by region on this page. Please see individual postings for details on how to apply.



Positions at ATHN

The American Thrombosis and Hemostasis Network (ATHN) is a non-profit, 501(c)3 corporation founded in July 2006. ATHN provides a national informatics platform and public health services that support clinical care and outcomes analysis, research, advocacy, and public health reporting in communities impacted by rare hematologic disorders. ATHN partners with a network of over 146 affiliated clinical sites (ATHN Affiliate Network) conducting research, surveillance, and quality improvement initiatives. In addition, ATHN partners with government programs, community-based organizations, and industry, with the ultimate goal of improving the care and quality of life for those affected by rare hematologic disorders.

ATHN is a virtual organization, meaning that the entire ATHN staff are remote workers. We rely on modern communication tools to create a collective sense of purpose and stay connected with each other. If making a difference in the treatment of rare disorders excites you, we encourage you to apply.

Job Description:
The National Hemophilia Program Coordinating Center (NHPCC) is a Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)-funded program that supports a collaborative and integrated national infrastructure of 8 regional hemophilia networks (RHNs) which serve 140+ hemophilia treatment centers (HTCs) across the nation. The NHPCC goal is to increase access to and quality of care for people with blood disorders.  The NHPCC is beginning a new five-year grant cycle, with a focus on quality improvement in two areas 1) the transition from pediatric to adult care and 2) improving health equity via identifying underserved and unserved persons with bleeding disorders and developing and implementing changes to improve their access to and experience in receiving care.  This work will be achieved with the support of and partnership with an active coalition of RHN leaders with multiple workgroups and committees.

The NHPCC Director is responsible for the strategic development and leadership of the NHPCC. This includes, but is not limited to, collaborating with HRSA and the RHNs to identify gaps in services, standardize and improve access to care, and share best practices through the creation and execution of national initiatives. The NHPCC Director is responsible for analyzing data and trends to support program evaluation and health promotion activities. The NHPCC Director is a critical member of the ATHN Office of Public Health Initiatives and is responsible for maintaining stewardship of ATHN’s relationship with external partners.  The NHPCC Director will report to the Senior Director of the Office of Public Health Initiatives manage and work closely with the NHPCC Program Manager.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Contribute to strategic thought leadership, planning, and execution to drive NHPCC programmatic success.
  • Build meaningful relationships with coalition of collaborators, workgroups, and committees.
  • Facilitate the development of national quality improvement initiatives to support the hemophilia community.
  • Support stakeholders in the development and implementation of quality improvement strategies and tools.
  • Identify and problem solve barriers to implementation of national initiatives.
  • Oversee the development of tools, templates, and other materials designed to support the success of NHPCC goals.
  • Assume primary responsibility of the development, execution, and monitoring of the NHPCC federal grant.
  • Supervise and direct the work of NHPCC program staff, consultants, and interns.
  • Oversee project delivery schedule and budget activities in alignment with NHPCC goals.
  • Develop and execute innovative and forward-thinking publication strategies and health promotion efforts to share best practices.
  • Use data to assess needs and measure success and impact.
  • Manage the communications activities of the NHPCC program including publications, social media, and other methods of communication and outreach.

Required Experience/Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in of public health, nursing, or related field
  • 3-5 years’ experience in healthcare, public health, or related field
  • Experience leading and working with coalitions or diverse collaborators
  • Experience leading quality improvement projects
  • Experience in grants management
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, with strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work in a collaborative, multidisciplinary environment and to be self-motivated

Preferred Experience/Qualifications:

  • Experience leading quality improvement projects in clinical settings
  • Experience in federal grants management
  • Experience in blood and/or bleeding disorders
  • Supervisory experience
  • Experience in health equity programming
  • Ability to use data to assess needs and measure success and impact

Cultural Success Factors:

  • Collaborative – Thrives as part of a diverse team environment.
  • Honest - Communicates plain and truthfully. Does not cut corners ethically.
  • Organization - Able to focus. Plan the work and deliver the plan.
  • Analytical - Balances the right abstraction level and attention to detail.
  • Proactive - Brings new ideas and gets work done.

Benefits:
Why You’ll Love Working at ATHN:

  • Culture: We are a humble, mission driven team that is focused on collaborative, data-driven success.
  • Contribution: We love new ideas and give you the opportunity to apply your knowledge to enhance organizational success.
  • Growth: We are expanding - launching new services and projects to support the needs of our stakeholders.

What We Offer:

  • The chance to work in a collaborative environment with diverse, experienced team members and leaders.
  • An environment where you can expand and leverage your skills to make a real, measurable impact.
  • Competitive salary that is commensurate with experience.
  • Competitive benefits package including health/vision/dental insurance, retirement 401k match benefit, and paid time off.
  • Fully remote work environment.

Travel: As needed to attend staff meetings and conferences. Note: As an organization dedicated to serving persons with rare medical conditions, we take health and safety seriously. All staff that are traveling or meeting in-person for ATHN business must be fully COVID-19 vaccinated and boosted.
Salary Range:  Starting salary $100,000 - $120,000, commensurate with experience.
Availability: Immediate
Contact: Interested parties should send their cover letter, resume, and statement of qualifications (combined into one PDF) to ATHNjobs@athn.org with the subject line “NHPCC Director”.



Positions at ATHN Affiliates

Overview
The Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) of Levine Cancer Institute and Levine Children's is a federally designated comprehensive center serving bleeding and clotting disorder populations. The HTC provides comprehensive care for adult & pediatric patients affected by bleeding/clotting disorders. This includes coordination of all aspects of care, including diagnosis, acute/chronic treatment, and long-term care, transition in care from pediatrics to adult, prevention of complications related to surgery and bleeding, and the provision of replacement clotting factors.

The RN Program Coordinator is a critical core teammate of the adult team who will coordinate clinical care, including leading comprehensive clinic, perioperative/peripartum planning, continuing education, and quality/research projects. We are looking for a candidate who enjoys working with a multidisciplinary team to provide excellent quality care and creatively engages patients, families, and teammates to effectively educate on bleeding/clotting disorders to ensure the best patient experience and care outcomes.  The position is full-time, Monday through Friday 8:30 am – 5 pm.

The best cancer care focuses on the whole person.  Their physical and emotional needs. That’s what makes Atrium Health Levine Cancer Institute (LCI) the region’s top-rated cancer program and the only program in the nation to be Planetree-certified for compassionate, patient-centered care. LCI is a well-established comprehensive cancer center in Charlotte, NC. It operates within a unique model of care that provides diverse community access to world-class care, close to home. The academic hybrid model combines two important bodies of work- academic and oncology research with compassionate, community-based care.

Job Summary
Supervises, develops, and coordinates the clinical, research, and educational activities, as applicable, of their respective clinical program to ensure high quality and cost efficiency.

Essential Functions

  • Coordinates the clinical care of patients being evaluated for and/or patients already participating in the clinical program, including research activities, and education.
  • Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care, or arrange for the provision of appropriate care for an adolescent, adult, or geriatric population of patients.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and possesses the ability to assess data reflective of the patient's status. Interprets the appropriate information needed to identify each patient's requirements and ensures and documents that age-specific needs are being met as described in the departmental policies and procedures.
  • Coordinates clinical care throughout the program utilizing pathways and developing tools to ensure high-quality, cost-effective continuity of care is provided to all patients.
  • Collaborates with other clinical team members in assessing and supporting the psychosocial needs of the patient/family.
  • Supervises and coordinates the program’s interdisciplinary care conferences as applicable.
  • Collaborates with the entire clinical team to evaluate and implement appropriate educational materials.

Physical Requirements
Requires ability to sit, stand, or walk for long periods of time. Reaching, stooping, bending in file drawers. Working in a fast-paced clinical setting. Intact sense of sight, hearing, smell, and touch and manual and finger dexterity. Must be able to be mobile within the entire healthcare system as needed.

Education, Experience, and Certifications
BSN required. MSN preferred. NC RN license required. 2 years of nursing experience required. Program management experience preferred. 5 years experience preferred. BLS HCP certification from AHA is required. Depending on the specialty area, a valid NC driver’s license and reliable transportation may be required.

For further information, please contact Kearia Sams, MHA at Kearia.sams@atriumhealth.org or 980-442-5831.

The Indiana Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center, Inc. (IHTC) is currently seeking a Pediatric Hematologist to join our comprehensive care team. The IHTC is committed to providing the highest quality, comprehensive services and holistic care to patients with bleeding, clotting and other benign hematologic disorders, and to their families.

About IHTC
The IHTC is an independent integrated comprehensive program that serves the entirety of Indiana and is the only designated HTC treatment center in the state. The IHTC is a recognized leader in patient care, education and clinical research. Our medical program serves a broad based population with an extensive range of benign hematologic conditions such as hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, sickle cell disease, and other bleeding and clotting disorders – including rare conditions.

The IHTC team includes 17 physicians, consisting of 8 pediatric hematologists, 7 adult hematologists, and 2 adult hospitalists, as well as 13 advanced practice providers and is in the process of expanding care teams and services. The IHTC has a dedicated on-site multidisciplinary staff to assure availability of a wide range of services for high quality, comprehensive care. Visit www.ihtc.org to learn more about our Center of Excellence and the services we provide.

Fringe Benefits
The IHTC offers an attractive compensation and benefits package. Employees can anticipate an annual cash incentive opportunity—in addition to base pay—as well as a generous retirement benefit.

Job Duties
Clinical responsibilities for the Pediatric Hematologist include care of an outpatient panel and coverage on rotational basis for:

  • On-call responsibility, including weekends
  • Inpatient services for IHTC patients admitted to our collaborating institutions
  • Inpatient consultative services

Qualifications
The successful candidate will:

  • Have completed their fellowship in pediatric hematology/oncology, or is planning to complete by July 2022
  • Currently hold or be eligible for unrestricted Indiana medical and DEA/CSR licensure
  • Be board certified in hematology or eligible to sit for board exam
  • Exemplify IHTC’s values – Innovation, High Quality, Teamwork, and Compassion – when providing care to patients and collaborating with internal and external stakeholders.

Why Indianapolis?
This position is based in Indianapolis, IN. Indianapolis hosts a wide variety of activities from an established food & restaurant scene, to multiple state parks within driving distance, to our many sports teams and events that call the city home. Indianapolis is also a thriving business hub, with many tech and life science (and three Fortune 500) organizations based in the city. TIME Magazine and Condé Nast Traveler both recently ranked Indianapolis as a top travel destination among many international contenders. Indianapolis combines the small-town feel of the Midwest with all of the sights and activities of one of the largest cities in the US.

Interested?
Interested candidates are encouraged to visit our careers page, www.ihtc.org/careers, or email hr@ihtc.org for further information.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions or any other characteristic protected by law.

The Indiana Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center, Inc. (IHTC) is currently seeking an Adult Hematologist to join our comprehensive care team. The IHTC is committed to providing the highest quality, comprehensive services and holistic care to patients with bleeding, clotting and other hematologic disorders, and to their families.

About IHTC
The IHTC is an independent integrated comprehensive program that serves the entirety of Indiana and is the only designated HTC treatment center in the state. The IHTC is a recognized leader in patient care, education and clinical research. Our medical program serves a broad based population with an extensive range of benign hematologic conditions such as hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, sickle cell disease, and other bleeding and clotting disorders – including rare conditions. The adult medical program has a small, but growing, hematologic malignancy and solid tumor oncology program.

The IHTC team includes 17 physicians, consisting of 8 pediatric hematologists, 7 adult hematologists, and 2 adult hospitalists, as well as 13 advanced practice providers and is in the process of expanding care teams and services. The IHTC has a dedicated on-site multidisciplinary staff to assure availability of a wide range of services for high quality, comprehensive care. Visit www.ihtc.org to learn more about our Center of Excellence and the services we provide.

Fringe Benefits
The IHTC offers an attractive compensation and benefits package. Employees can anticipate an annual cash incentive opportunity—in addition to base pay—as well as a generous retirement benefit.

Job Duties
Clinical responsibilities for the Adult Hematologist include an outpatient panel and inpatient consultative hematology services. The Adult Hematologists rotate and share:

  • On-call responsibility, including night and occasional weekend coverage
  • Inpatient services for IHTC patients admitted to our collaborating institutions
  • Resident and fellow teaching opportunities, if interested

Qualifications
The successful candidate will:

  • Have completed their fellowship in adult hematology/oncology, or is planning to complete by July 2022
  • Currently hold or be eligible for unrestricted Indiana medical and DEA/CSR licensure
  • Be board certified in hematology or eligible to sit for board exam
  • Exemplify IHTC’s values – Innovation, High Quality, Teamwork, and Compassion – when providing care to patients and collaborating with internal and external stakeholders.

Why Indianapolis?
This position is based in Indianapolis, IN. Indianapolis hosts a wide variety of activities from an established food & restaurant scene, to multiple state parks within driving distance, to our many sports teams and events that call the city home. Indianapolis is also a thriving business hub, with many tech and life science (and three Fortune 500) organizations based in the city. TIME Magazine and Condé Nast Traveler both recently ranked Indianapolis as a top travel destination among many international contenders. Indianapolis combines the small-town feel of the Midwest with all of the sights and activities of one of the largest cities in the US.

Interested?
Interested candidates are encouraged to visit our careers page, www.ihtc.org/careers or email hr@ihtc.org for further information.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions or any other characteristic protected by law.

Description:

  • Coordinate and manage the regulatory operations for clinical research studies conducted by principal investigators at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center.
  • Complete regulatory documentation required to conduct clinical research with the IRB, pharmaceutical sponsor, and other internal, external agencies or committees.
  • Coordinate and perform study specific regulatory processes across multiple complex studies of different therapeutic areas and phases including IND or IDE held investigator initiated trials.
  • Manage regulatory processes to maintain compliance with SOPs, GCP guidelines, sponsor guidelines and current regulations.
  • Embraces the principles and practice of leadership and professionalism in clinical research.
  • Provides mentorship and training on the clinical trial and regulatory process to staff members.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor Degree
  • SoCRA, ACRP or RAPS required
  • Requires two years of clinical research experience.
  • Detail oriented person with the ability to work independently on multiple tasks and manage time effectively.
  • Ability to work consistently and effectively as part of a high performance work team.
  • Ability to understand and communicate regulatory requirements to others.
  • Demonstrate problem solving skills and effective negotiation skills.
  • Medical terminology.
  • Strong written communication skills to write and edit documents with the ability to take scientific documentation and present to the general population.
  • Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills.
  • Basic knowledge of computer operations and demonstrated computer skills in a variety of software environments required, ie Excel, Access, Word, database applications.

To apply, please contact Sanjay.ahuja@uhhospitals.org

Montefiore Medical Center, the university hospital for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Bronx, New York), is seeking a candidate for a tenure track, full-time Clinical Hematologist / Clinical Researcher faculty position in our Division of Hematology at the Assistant or Associate Professor Level. 

Our ideal candidate will have interests in the care and management of patients with thrombosis, bleeding disorders, complementopathies, hemoglobinopathies, and general nonmalignant hematology. We are a large nonmalignant hematology group, with a funded Hemophilia Treatment Center and a Sickle Cell Center. The candidate would be expected to participate in and develop their own clinical/epidemiologic research and/or clinical trials. The position includes clinical practice in both inpatient and outpatient settings, teaching of medical students, residents and fellows. Preference will be given to candidates interested in hemostasis and thrombosis. Academic rank will be commensurate with experience.

Candidates must have an M.D, be board certified in Hematology, and be eligible for a license to practice medicine in the state of New York. We are an equal opportunity employer.

We offer a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. This is an outstanding opportunity to join an academically strong, growing and collaborative Division of Hematology in a leading medical school. Interested individuals should email their CV to Henny Billett MD, Chief of the Division of Hematology, Department of Oncology at henny.billett@einstein.yu.edu.

The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Institute (CBDI) in St. Petersburg, Florida is pleased to announce the recruitment of a faculty member in pediatric hematology to work closely with other leaders in pediatric coagulation and be integral in the development of a new Hemostasis and Thrombosis (HAT) skill set for outpatient and  inpatient service at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital (JHACH). Leadership opportunities may be available based on the experience/training of this individual. The HAT expert faculty position is designed to seamlessly integrate with the outpatient thrombosis, stroke and bleeding disorder clinics. This person will provide ongoing consultative co-management for inpatients with thrombosis, bleeding (hemostasis), stroke, VAD and ECMO throughout their duration of hospitalization. The individual will be expected to participate in the general hematology inpatient service and outpatient clinics as well.The physician will also provide care for stroke, thrombosis and sickle cell patients as part of a team of pediatric benign hematology subspecialists in the outpatient setting. In addition, this individual may pursue mentored research and quality/safety initiatives within HAT and/or benign hematology. Candidate requirements include completion of an ACGME fellowship in pediatric hematology-oncology. Additional fellowship training in HAT is strongly preferred but not required. Depending upon candidate qualifications, either a part-time or full-time faculty appointment is possible in the Division of Hematology, Department of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

The Comprehensive Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders Treatment Center at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is a multidisciplinary federally funded program that provides family-centered, compassionate care to patients with a bleeding disorder. Patients and their families receive comprehensive care and services to address all aspects of life impacted by a bleeding disorder. The JHM Pediatric Thrombosis Program is one of the largest in the country, caring for approximately 100 new patients annually across the Baltimore and St. Petersburg campuses. Both the JHM Pediatric Thrombosis Program and the JHM Pediatric Sickle Cell Program are international leaders in clinical trials in their fields, including active roles as a clinical coordinating center, data coordinating center, and/or central biorepository for multicenter investigator-initiated studies. In addition, the program leads bi-campus cohort and biobanking studies in HAT and serves as a very active center in the International Pediatric Stroke Study.

Colleagues in the team of pediatric benign hematology subspecialists at JHACH include:

  • Irmel Ayala, M.D. Director, Comprehensive Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorder Treatment center and Chief, Division of Hematology
  • Leila Jerome Clay, M.D., MCTS Director, Comprehensive Sickle Cell Disease Program; Hemoglobinopathy
  • Valerie Cruz-Flores, M.D. Hematologist/Oncologist
  • Neil Goldenberg, M.D., Ph.D. Director of Thrombosis Program; Co-Director of Stroke Program (primary mentor)

Baltimore-based JHM colleagues in pediatric hematology include:

  • James Casella, M.D. Division Chief; Director of 340B Hemophilia Program; Director of Pediatric Sickle Cell Program
  • Courtney Lawrence, M.D., Ph.D. Co-Director of Pediatric Anticoagulation Management Service

JHACH is a 259-bed teaching hospital, ranked as a U.S. News & World Report Best Children’s Hospital in eight pediatric specialties (2020-2021) including Cancer. Resources include a Clinical and Translational Research Organization, state-of-the-art Biorepository, and multi-omics Molecular Determinants Center and Core. As one of the largest pediatric Hematology-Oncology centers in the southeastern United States, the CBDI is a leading center for treatment and clinical research. Clinical areas of focus for the CBDI include benign hematology, comprehensive sickle cell program, coagulation and thrombophilia, immune dysregulation clinic, young women abnormal uterine bleeding clinic, vascular malformations, familial cancer, neuro-oncology, hematologic malignancies, sarcoma, neuroblastoma and bone marrow transplantation. As the Institute continues to grow, collaborative relationships are also expanding with the JHU Department of Oncology, the Sydney Kimmel Cancer Center, the JHU SOM Division of Pediatric Hematology, Moffitt Cancer Center and Tampa General Hospital. These relationships give clinicians and researchers access to clinical trials, translational research opportunities and internationally recognized expertise.

The CBDI has over 130 diverse active therapeutic and supportive care studies that are investigator-initiated, industry-sponsored, or offered through national organizations such as the Children’s Oncology Group and various other consortia. The creation of our pediatric Biorepository and Molecular Determinants Core provide additional opportunities for phase 1, 2, 3 and pilot studies.

The Tampa-St. Petersburg area is a wonderful place to work and live, offering year-round sunshine, abundant cultural and recreational activities, sports venues, excellent schools and an affordable cost of living. Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is centrally located to many of Florida's amenities, only minutes from Tampa and the beautiful gulf beaches, two hours from Orlando, and four hours from Miami.

To confidentially learn more details, please contact:
Joe Bogan
Providence Healthcare Group
(817) 424-1010 (Direct)
jbogan@provdoc.com