as of 03-26-18
Quality Control Coordinator: This individual will perform quality control compilation for tissue records and provide support to all quality control functions. Responsibilities include: Ensure that all Tissue records comply with all FDA/AATB regulations, cGMP and cGTP requirements, UTR standard operating procedures, quality practices and guidelines, and shared service partner requirements. Request and track pending donor chart information for final compilation, such as autopsy reports, final culture results, and death certificates. Monitor all tissue storage equipment, independently analyze/troubleshoot equipment-related issues, and perform routine storage equipment temperature monitoring and alarm checks including use of the REES system, as required. Perform equipment and software validations for the QC and Distribution departments. Review and organize all Tissue QC related documentation of order related activities, receiving and inventory records for compliance with all FDA/AATB regulations, cGMP/cGTP requirements, UTR quality practices and shared service partner requirements. Rotate through on-call QC and Tissue Distribution schedules. Other duties as assigned by Management. Requirements: HS diploma or equivalent, & 1-2 years of quality assurance and/or quality control experience preferred. Must have excellent communication and documentation skills. Requires excellent organizational skills and high level of attention to detail. Must be able to work a full time schedule, Monday – Friday, 7:30 am – 4:30 pm. Must be available for on-call rotation. Must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid TX driver’s license, proof of vehicle insurance, and an acceptable driving record. EEO Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled. Click here to apply now.
Tissue Recovery Technician – On-Call/PT: This individual will assist in aseptic surgical recovery procedures on tissue donors for transplantation. This position will adhere to all FDA and AATB standards and guidelines, as well as company policies. Responsibilities include: Completing recovery documentation. Handling sterile surgical supplies and equipment. Cleaning and caring for instrumentation. Aseptic packaging and labeling tissue products. Performing donor reconstruction after tissue recovery. Other duties as assigned by Management. Requirements: HS diploma or equivalent is required. Surgical Technician certificate (CST), or two years of experience in a surgical/critical care environment, or previous Tissue Banking experience is preferred. Two years of college education in a related health care or science field may substitute for certificate and experience. Must be able to work a 48 hour, on-call shift: Either (Wed, 7 am – to Friday, 7 am) or (Sunday, 7 am – to Tuesday, 7 am). Must be able to work with a cadaver and have a good understanding of human anatomy. Must be able to lift 250 lbs. with assistance and 50 lbs. without assistance. Must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid TX driver’s license, proof of vehicle insurance, and an acceptable driving record. EEO Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled. Click here to apply now.
Business Development Director: This individual will development of new business opportunities that support UTR’s overall growth strategy and works closely with Operation’s Directors to maximize UTR’s services to existing and new accounts as well as revenue generation. Responsibilities include: Develop new business opportunities and relationships with assigned donor referral sources, vendors, hospitals, GPOs and other potential customers at all stages of the business cycle to include targeting, prospecting and presenting compelling business propositions. Develop and execute a strategic business plan that meets or exceeds established goals and profitability targets. Track shared service partner, distribution partnership and client leads, providing follow-up towards expanding both core and ancillary services provided by UTR. Provide UTR senior management with market analysis summaries and reports as applicable to assist in strategic planning and the development of new service opportunities. Effectively assist UTR management with large scale, complex contracts negotiations and close new agreements. Requirements: A Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Business, Bio-engineering or health care field. A current licensed RN or PA-c is preferred. 10+ years of customer service experience in an organ, tissue banking and medical device field at a senior level. Must be a CTBS certified or test for CTBS at next available exam cycle. Must have healthcare contract negotiations experience. Ability to develop sales strategies and negotiate pricing agreements. Must be able to provide reliable personal transportation. Travel is essential to this position and must be able to travel regularly throughout the assigned territory. Ability to work a flexible schedule including nights and weekends. Must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid TX driver’s license, proof of vehicle insurance, and an acceptable driving record. EEO Employer: Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled. Click here to apply now.