x

Join Our Team »

Thank you for your interest in joining our spinal cord injury research team.

Please take a moment to look through this list of positions on our team, click on a title to learn more about what each role entails. If you find a position that interests you and matches your skill set we would love to hear from you.

Research positions, when open, will be posted here (https://www.higheredjobs.com/institution/search.cfm?aID=7137&ltype=1). Search for positions within the Department of Neurological Surgery. If the position you were looking for is posted, follow the directions to apply online; otherwise, check back frequently as positions are only listed for a short time once they are available.

Clinical positions, when open, will be posted here (http://www.kentuckyonehealth.org/career-opportunities). Simply run a search with keyword: Neuroscience Collaborative and location: Frazier Rehab Institute, Louisville, KY. If the position you were looking for is posted, follow the instructions to apply online; otherwise, check back frequently as positions are only listed for a short time once they are available.

Research Positions
Postdoctoral Associate

Job Summary

An individual who will be substantially involved in full-time research or scholarship, not enrolled in a formal academic program, but working under the mentorship of a senior scholar in preparation for an academic and/or research career. Individuals engaged full-time in clinical or laboratory-based research shall be considered Postdoctoral Associates, if the position is a term appointment, scholarly, under the mentorship of a senior scholar and aimed at an academic or research career in academe, industry, government or the non-profit sector.

The primary function of this position is to conduct research related to human neurophysiological assessments and motor performance (e.g., balance, gait, control) at the University of Louisville under the direction of Dr. Susan Harkema. Candidates for this position should have 0 through 3 years Postdoctoral experience. The main responsibilities will be to conduct human spinal cord injury research targeting neuromuscular recovery. Additional responsibilities include: manuscript preparation of research findings, reading literature and reviewing manuscripts, presentations at meetings, attending and presenting at seminars, organization of and attendance at training activities, and preparing grants for submission. Preferred candidates will have experience in Neurophysiology, Neuroscience, Physiology, Biomechanics, and/or Kinesiology.

Minimum Requirements

Education: Advanced degree (MD, PhD, or equivalent doctoral degree) in neurophysiology, neuroscience, physiology, biomechanics, and/or kinesiology.

Experience: Zero to three years of related postdoctoral experience.

Licensure: None required, must complete CITI, HIPPA, and Sexual Harassment Prevention training after hire.

Skills: Effective time management. Effective oral and written communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (2007 and 2010) and Windows Server required.

 

 

Postdoctoral Scholar

Job Summary

An individual who will be substantially involved in full-time research or scholarship and has had 3+ years of training under the mentorship of a senior scholar in preparation for an academic and/or research career. Postdoctoral Scholars may not be enrolled in a formal academic program. The credentials for this position would include documentation of annual publications as a first author, holding an extramural fellowship or grant, or having academic credentials indicating they have had measures of success beyond an initial training period. Postdoctoral Scholar positions are a term appointment, scholarly, partially independent from the mentorship of a senior scholar and aimed at an academic or research career in academe, industry, government or the non-profit sector.

The primary function of this position is to conduct translational research by investigating activity-dependent interventions for functional and systemic recovery after human spinal cord injury under the direction of Dr. Susan Harkema and collaborators of the Neuroscience Collaborative Center and Restorative Medicine Center. Project topics include neuroplasticity; voluntary movement, standing, and stepping with epidural stimulation; cardiovascular recovery with epidural stimulation; bladder recovery with epidural stimulation; cardiovascular and pulmonary function; muscle and bone integrity; bladder, bowel, and sexual function; metabolic function; and gastrointestinal function. Candidates for this position should have 3+ years Postdoctoral experience; background in neurologic disorders including SCI, and/or preferred experience in Locomotor Training and/or neurorehabilitation. The main responsibilities will be to conduct human spinal cord injury research targeting functional recovery. Additional responsibilities include: manuscript preparation of research findings, reading literature and reviewing manuscripts, presentations at meetings, attending and presenting at seminars, organization of and attendance at training activities, and preparing grants for submission. Preferred candidates will have experience in Neurophysiology, Neuroscience, Physiology, Biomechanics, Kinesiology, Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physiology, Urogenital Physiology, and/or Kinesiology.

Minimum Requirements

Education: Advanced degree (MD, PhD, or equivalent doctoral degree) in neurophysiology, physical rehabilitation, neuroscience, physiology, biomechanics, and/or kinesiology.

Experience: Three or more years of related postdoctoral experience with experience in human subjects research and spinal cord injury.

Licensure: None required, must complete CITI, HIPPA, and Sexual Harassment Prevention training after hire.

Skills: Effective time management. Effective oral and written communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (2007 and 2010) and Windows Server and OS 2007 required. Expertise in physiological acquisition and analysis.

 

 

 

 

Postdoctoral Associate

Job Summary

An individual who will be substantially involved in full-time research or scholarship, not enrolled in a formal academic program, but working under the mentorship of a senior scholar in preparation for an academic and/or research career. Individuals engaged full-time in clinical or laboratory-based research shall be considered Postdoctoral Associates, if the position is a term appointment, scholarly, under the mentorship of a senior scholar and aimed at an academic or research career in academe, industry, government or the non-profit sector.

The primary function of this position is to conduct tranlsational research by investigating activity-dependent interventions for functional and systemic recovery after human spinal cord injury under the direction of Dr. Susan Harkema and collaborators of the Neuroscience Collaborative Center and Restorative Medicine Center. Project topics include neuroplasticity; voluntary movement, standing, and stepping with epidural stimulation; cardiovascular recovery with epidural stimulation; bladder recovery with epidural stimulation; cardiovascular and pulmonary function; muscle and bone integrity; bladder, bowel, and sexual function; metabolic function; and gastrointestinal function. Candidates for this position should have 0 through 3 years Postdoctoral experience. The main responsibilities will be to conduct human spinal cord injury research targeting functional recovery. Additional responsibilities include: manuscript preparation of research findings, reading literature and reviewing manuscripts, presentations at meetings, attending and presenting at seminars, organization of and attendance at training activities, and preparing grants for submission. Preferred candidates will have experience in Neurophysiology, Neuroscience, Physiology, Biomechanics, Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physiology, Urogenital Physiology, and/or Kinesiology.

Minimum Requirements

Education: Advanced degree (MD, PhD, or equivalent doctoral degree) in neurophysiology, physical rehabilitation, neuroscience, physiology, biomechanics, and/or kinesiology.

Experience: Zero to three years of related postdoctoral experience.

Licensure: None required, must complete CITI, HIPPA, and Sexual Harassment Prevention training after hire.

Skills: Effective time management. Effective oral and written communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (2007 and 2010) and Windows Server and OS 2007 required. Competence in physiological acquisition and analysis.

 

 

Research Technologist II

Job Summary

The individual in this position will perform technical human neurophysiological, neuromuscular, cardiovascular, and biomechanics research under general direction. He/she will assist other research staff and principal investigators to conduct human spinal cord injury experimental sessions with priority for adults. The individual in this position will perform substantial data processing and analysis. Past experience with neurophysiological data analysis techniques, electromyography, electrocardiography, pulmonary function tests, muscle strength, goniometry, metabolic evaluations, and/or continuous blood pressure monitoring is preferred. He/she will be responsible for calibration and maintenance of acquisition equipment and conduction of data acquisition with minimal supervision. A high proficiency level in various computer skills is required.

Minimum Requirements

Education: Bachelor’s degree in biology, physiology, or related science major required. Master’s degree beneficial, but not required.

Experience: At least two years of related experience in human subjects research, neurology, or physiology research.

Licensure: None required, must complete CITI, HIPPA, and Sexual Harassment Prevention training after hire.

Skills: Effective time management. Effective oral and written communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (2007 and 2010) and Windows OS (2007 and XP) required. Basic knowledge of Windows Server.

 

 

Research Technologist I

Job Summary

Candidate sought to fill a full-time Research Technologist I position at the Neuroscience Collaborative Center of the Kentucky Spinal Cord Research Center. A team effort in this laboratory focuses on plasticity of the spinal cord and rehabilitation strategies in adults and children with spinal cord injury. The ability to work as a team member in a dynamic research environment is essential. Experience in human subjects research is preferred. Knowledge of electrophysiological assessments, blood pressure and heart rate monitoring, motion capture software, and/or kinematic analysis is beneficial. The position requires used of moderately complex technical equipment as well as substantial data analysis. Strong computer skills are required. Excellent data collection and record keeping practices with attention to detail are a must.

Minimum Requirements

Education: Bachelor’s degree in biology, physiology, or related science major required.

Experience: At least one year of related experience in human subjects research laboratory work, spinal cord injury research preferrable.

Licensure: CPR required, must complete CITI, HIPPA, and Sexual Harassment Prevention training after hire.

Skills: Effective time management. Effective oral and written communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Powerpoint) and Windows OS (2007 and XP) required. Basic knowledge of Visual Basic and MatLab.

Programmer/Analyst

Job Summary

Join a multidisciplinary team in their quest to overcome paralysis. The primary responsibility is information management: data organization, collection, verification, and analysis. Tasks include database design, creation, and management, application development and support for data entry and collection, and general IT support, whatever makes the team more efficient. Communication skills are essential to understand researchers’ need and clearly explain processes and possibilities. Currently most work is done in MS SQL server and .net with a minor bit in mysql and php. Experience will be considered accordingly.

Apply at here.

Clinical Positions
Activity Based Technician (ABT I)

Job Summary

The activity based technician I provides a direct supportive role in the delivery of therapy services – primarily in the Activity Based Therapy, Research and Community Fitness and Wellness Programs. The activity based technician must be able to:

  • Prepare the patient for treatment, as directed by the therapist, therapist assistant, or fitness and wellness coordinator.
  • Provide activities and locomotor training under the direction of the therapist/assistant/fitness, wellness coordinator and activity-based technician lead.
  • Perform patient video functions.
  • Maintain the patient’s computerized and paper medical record
  • Assist with data collection in the clinical or wellness setting
  • Perform data entry as directed by the therapist/assistant/researcher/wellness coordinator
  • Assist with providing demonstration modules for students and guests
  • Prepare and clean the department and treatment area.

Finally, the activity based technician I functions as an effective team member and contributes to the development and achievement of department and organizational goals and objectives.

Minimum Requirements

Education: Minimum 60 credit hours completion toward degree in exercise science, physiology, or health related field or two years of experience in patient care or research in activity-based therapy or a human locomotor training setting required. Knowledge of human anatomy, physiology, kinesiology and basic exercise science preferred.

Experience: Six months patient care experience in a health care facility preferred. For pediatrics prefer experience working with children in previous settings, e.g., camp, school or clinic, but not necessary.

Licensure: None required. Must obtain basic CPR, CITI, and HIPAA certification within 30 days of hire date.

Skills: Clinical skills include the physical capacity to provide locomotor training. Effective time management. Effective oral and written communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel required, with PowerPoint preferred.

Equipment: Computers, video equipment, therapy modalities, therapy exercise equipment.

 

 

Activity Based Technician Senior (ABT II)

Job Summary

The activity based technician II, due to his/her experience, demonstrates expertise to the locomotor training sessions reflected in problem solving, adaptability, and responsiveness while modeling effective tech behavior, engagement, and commitment to every child/patient and development and success of the pediatric program. The activity based technician II provides a direct supportive role in the delivery of therapy services – primarily in the Activity Based Therapy, Research and Community Fitness and Wellness Programs. The activity based technician must be able to:

  • Prepare the patient for treatment, as directed by the therapist, therapist assistant, researcher, or fitness and wellness coordinator. Develop and implement progression plans for clients and research participants.
  • Provide activities and locomotor training under the direction of the therapist/assistant/researcher/fitness and wellness coordinator and activity-based technician lead. Develop and implement activity-based progression plans for clients and research participants.
  • Perform patient video and editing functions.
  • Maintain the patient’s computerized and paper medical record
  • Perform data entry and analysis as directed by the therapist/assistant/researcher/fitness and wellness coordinator.
  • Assist with research functions to include subject recruitment, data collection, data analyses, and completion of experiment sessions and function as a research participant advocate.
  • Serve as instructor for new team members, as well as NeuroRecovery Network national and regional training
  • Coordinate demonstration modules and instruction activities for students and guests
  • Prepare and clean the department and treatment area.

Finally, the activity based technician II functions as an effective team member and contributes to the development and achievement of department and organizational goals and objectives.

Minimum Requirements

Education: Bachelor’s degree in exercise science, physiology, or health related field or four years of experience in patient care or research in activity-based therapy or a human locomotor training setting. Knowledge of human anatomy, physiology, kinesiology and basic exercise science required.

Experience: Must be able to achieve ABT II Competency Standards. For pediatrics, experience working with pediatric population and locomotor training.

Licensure: None required. Must obtain basic CPR, CITI, and HIPAA certification within 30 days of hire date.

Skills: Clinical skills include the physical capacity to provide locomotor training. Effective time management. Effective oral and written communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required. Must demonstrate effective handling skills, engagement during therapy, and responsiveness, adaptability and commitment to pediatric program.

Equipment: Computers, video equipment, therapy modalities, therapy exercise equipment.

 

 

 

 

Lead Activity Based Technician

Job Summary

The Lead ABT functions as an extension of the Manager/Director/Supervisor providing leadership for day-to-day operations of the department or program as outlined in the job description. The Lead ABT provides a direct supportive role in the delivery of therapy services – primarily in the Activity Based Therapy, Research and Community Fitness and Wellness Programs. The lead activity based technician must be able to:

  • Prepare the patient for treatment, as directed by the therapist, therapist assistant, researcher, or fitness and wellness coordinator.
  • Provide activities and locomotor training under the direction of the therapist/assistant/researcher/fitness and wellness coordinator. Develop and implement activity-based progression plans for clients and research participants.
  • Perform patient video and editing functions.
  • Maintain the patient’s computerized and paper medical record
  • Perform data entry and analysis as directed by the therapist/assistant/researcher/fitness and wellness coordinator
  • Assist with research functions to include subject recruitment, data collection, data analysis, and completion of experiment sessions and function as a research participant advocate.
  • Serve as instructor for new team members, as well as NeuroRecovery Network national and regional training
  • Coordinate demonstration modules and instruction activities for students and guests
  • Prepare and clean the department and treatment area.
  • Functions as an extension of the Manager/Director/Supervisor providing leadership for day-to-day operations of the department or program as outlined in the job description.

Finally, the lead activity based technician functions as an effective team member and contributes to the development and achievement of department and organizational goals and objectives.

Minimum Requirements

Education: Bachelor’s degree in exercise science, physiology, or health related field. Knowledge of human anatomy, physiology, kinesiology and basic exercise science required.

Experience: One year patient care or research experience required in an activity based therapy or human locomotor training setting and expertise in working specifically with pediatric population.

Licensure: None required. Must obtain basic CPR, CITI, and HIPAA certification within 30 days of hire date.

Skills: Clinical skills include the physical capacity to provide locomotor training. Effective time management. Effective oral and written communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required. Demonstrated intuitiveness for organization, problem solving, and leadership as a Tech I and/or Tech II.

Equipment: Computers, video equipment, therapy modalities, therapy exercise equipment.

 

 

 

 

 

Activity Based Technician Supervisor

Job Summary

Minimum Requirements

Education:

Experience:

Licensure:

Skills:

 

 

Physical Therapist

Job Summary

The Research PT will be responsible for direct patient care, specifically delivery of activity-based therapies to the pediatric rehabilitation population. The Research PT will support research services and investigators via recruitment and enrollment of patients for research studies via review of data base and current program patients (both in- and out-patient programs) for eligibility; conduct screening procedures; and make referrals to appropriate research studies. The Research PT will conduct patient evaluations and treatment specific to clinical programs and research studies.

  • Facilitates and implements appropriate research protocols within the in-patient and out-patient pediatric population.
  • Assists in provision of patient care and facilitation/development of pediatric program under supervision of Research Director including: in-patient care; out-patient care; family education; and, outcome identification, development and standardization.
  • Participates in NeuroRecovery Network activities, regional training, National Summit, and other activities per request from Supervisor.
  • Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patients served.
  • Evaluates assigned patients within the guidelines established by the therapist and in compliance with departmental policies and procedures.
  • Implements competent treatment and performs regular reassessment for the purpose of treatment modification, to maximize patients’ potential for functional independence, all in accordance with departmental standards.
  • Completes all required documentation and maintains pertinent records of all assigned patients, in order to be compliant with JCAHO, CARF, Medicare, the PT Practice Act, and all other regulatory agencies.
  • Demonstrates the ability to be efficient and productive by organizing job duties and responsibilities.
  • Maintains effective communication regarding Therapy programs, and departmental/programmatic issues.
  • Maintains equipment and environment in a safe and orderly manner.
  • Demonstrates commitment to professional growth, Institute growth, and competency.
  • Contributes to the organization and operation of the department/programs within the Institute’s strategic plan and mission statement.
  • Assists in delivering high quality health care services in a professional, compassionate, and courteous manner while respecting the dignity and individuality of each person who comes in contact with the organization by following the Standards of Excellence, the Standards of Behavior, and the Standards of Professional Appearance and Conduct.
  • Knowledge and performance of the Code of Conduct Standards.
  • The employee honors the Jewish Hospital HealthCare Services Mission Statement, Vision Statement and Corporate Values.

Finally, the Research PT functions as an effective team member and contributes to the development and achievement of department and organizational goals and objectives.

Minimum Requirements

Education: Physical Therapy degree from an accredited school of higher education.

Experience: Clinical experience or student affiliation in pediatric setting. Entry-level understanding of research (i.e., informed consent, protocol)

Licensure: Physical Therapy in state of Kentucky

Equipment: Standard PT equipment/modalities including entry-level introduction to body weight support, treadmill.

 

 

 

Occupational Therapist

Job Summary

The Research OT will be responsible for direct patient care, specifically delivery of activity-based therapies to the pediatric rehabilitation population. The Research OT will support research services and investigators via recruitment and enrollment of patients for research studies via review of data base and current program patients (both in- and out-patient programs) for eligibility; conduct screening procedures; and make referrals to appropriate research studies. The Pediatric Research OT will conduct patient evaluations and treatment specific to clinical programs and research studies.

  • Facilitates and implements appropriate research protocols within the in-patient and out-patient pediatric population.
  • Assists in provision of patient care and facilitation/development of pediatric program under supervision of Pediatric Research Director including: in-patient care; out-patient care; family education; and, outcome identification, development and standardization.
  • Participates in NeuroRecovery Network activities, regional training, National Summit, and other activities specific to pediatrics per request from Supervisor.
  • Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patients served.
  • Evaluates assigned patients within the guidelines established by the therapist and in compliance with departmental policies and procedures.
  • Implements competent treatment and performs regular reassessment for the purpose of treatment modification, to maximize patients’ potential for functional independence, all in accordance with departmental standards.
  • Completes all required documentation and maintains pertinent records of all assigned patients, in order to be compliant with JCAHO, CARF, Medicare, the OT Practice Act, and all other regulatory agencies.
  • Demonstrates the ability to be efficient and productive by organizing job duties and responsibilities.
  • Maintains effective communication regarding Therapy programs, and departmental/programmatic issues.
  • Maintains equipment and environment in a safe and orderly manner.
  • Demonstrates commitment to professional growth, Institute growth, and competency.
  • Contributes to the organization and operation of the department/programs within the Institute’s strategic plan and mission statement.
  • Assists in delivering high quality health care services in a professional, compassionate, and courteous manner while respecting the dignity and individuality of each person who comes in contact with the organization by following the Standards of Excellence, the Standards of Behavior, and the Standards of Professional Appearance and Conduct.
  • Knowledge and performance of the Code of Conduct Standards.
  • The employee honors the Jewish Hospital HealthCare Services Mission Statement, Vision Statement and Corporate.

Finally, the Research OT functions as an effective team member and contributes to the development and achievement of department and organizational goals and objectives.

Minimum Requirements

Education: Occupational Therapy degree from an accredited school of higher education.

Experience: Clinical experience or student affiliation in pediatric setting. Entry-level understanding of research (i.e., informed consent, protocol)

Licensure: Occupational Therapy in state of Kentucky

Equipment: Standard OT equipment/modalities including entry-level introduction to body weight support, treadmill.

 

 

 

 

Physical Therapist Supervisor

Job Summary

The Research PT Supervisor will be responsible for direct patient care, specifically delivery of activity-based therapies to the adolescent and adult rehabilitation population. The Research PT Supervisor will supervise all PTs assisting with research by scheduling and assigning to research activities related to providing interventions, conducting outcomes assessments and collecting and analyzing data; coordinating and leading team meetings; monitoring research productivity; and contributing to annual performance evaluations.

  • Facilitates and implements appropriate research protocols within the in-patient and out-patient population.
  • Supervises all Physical Therapists assisting with research.
  • Assists in provision of patient care and facilitation/development of adolescent and adult program under supervision of Research Director including: in-patient care; out-patient care; and, outcome identification, development and standardization.
  • Participates in NeuroRecovery Network activities, regional training, National Summit, and other activities per request from Supervisor.
  • Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patients served.
  • Evaluates assigned patients within the guidelines established by the therapist and in compliance with departmental policies and procedures.
  • Implements competent treatment and performs regular reassessment for the purpose of treatment modification, to maximize patients’ potential for functional independence, all in accordance with departmental standards.
  • Completes all required documentation and maintains pertinent records of all assigned patients, in order to be compliant with JCAHO, CARF, Medicare, the PT Practice Act, and all other regulatory agencies.
  • Demonstrates the ability to be efficient and productive by organizing job duties and responsibilities.
  • Maintains effective communication regarding Therapy programs, and departmental/programmatic issues.
  • Maintains equipment and environment in a safe and orderly manner.
  • Demonstrates commitment to professional growth, Institute growth, and competency.
  • Contributes to the organization and operation of the department/programs within the Institute’s strategic plan and mission statement.
  • Assists in delivering high quality health care services in a professional, compassionate, and courteous manner while respecting the dignity and individuality of each person who comes in contact with the organization by following the Standards of Excellence, the Standards of Behavior, and the Standards of Professional Appearance and Conduct.
  • Knowledge and performance of the Code of Conduct Standards.
  • The employee honors the Jewish Hospital HealthCare Services Mission Statement, Vision Statement and Corporate.

Finally, the Research OT functions as an effective team member and contributes to the development and achievement of department and organizational goals and objectives.

Minimum Requirements

Education: Physical Therapy degree from an accredited school of higher education

Experience: Leader in a clinical setting with supervisory experience. Prior participation in research activity preferred.

Licensure: Physical Therapy in state of Kentucky

Equipment: Standard PT equipment/modalities including entry-level introduction to body weight support, treadmill

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES SUPERVISED: 5-8

 

 

Collaborative Center Coordinator

Job Summary

The Collaborative Center Coordinator will perform all budgetary functions for the Neuroscience Collaborative Center. This individual will prepare all paperwork associated KYOne Financials for the neuroscience research program including pediatric research/clinical programs. The coordinator will ensure appropriate regulatory compliance with all relevant agencies and act as a liaison with UofL staff. Also this individual will prepare invoices and monthly reconciliation reports for departmental accounts. Finally, the coordinator will collaborate and coordinate schedules and meeting with UofL administrative staff. The Collaborative Center Coordinator functions as an effective team member and contributes to the development and achievement of department and organizational goals and objectives.

  • Collaborates with the Financial Research Manager at the Department of Neurological Surgery.
  • Maintains departmental records and files in a manner that ensures the expeditious retrieval of information.
  • Prepares and maintains budgetary reports and records in accordance with Frazier Rehab Policies and Procedures.
  • Ensures KYOne regulatory compliance for all KYOne personnel in the Neuroscience Collaborative Center.
  • Coordinates conferences, trainings, invited scientists and scholars’ visits to the Neuroscience Collaborative Center
  • Demonstrates the ability to be efficient and productive by organizing job duties and responsibilities.
  • Acts as an extension of the Program Manager
  • Maintains effective communication regarding departmental/programmatic issues.
  • Demonstrates commitment to professional growth, department growth and competency.
  • Contributes to the organization and operation of the department/programs within Community Based Rehab’s and Neuroscience Collaborative Center’s strategic plan and mission statement.
  • Assists in delivering high quality health care services in a professional, compassionate, and courteous manner while respecting the dignity and individuality of each person who comes in contact with the organization by following the Standards of Excellence, the Standards of Behavior, and the Standards of Professional Appearance and Conduct.
  • Knowledge and performance of the Code of Conduct Standards.
  • The employee honors the Jewish Hospital HealthCare Services Mission Statement, Vision Statement and Corporate Values.

Finally, the Collaborative Center Coordinator functions as an effective team member and contributes to the development and achievement of department and organizational goals and objectives.

Minimum Requirements

Education: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent. Specialized office training strongly preferred.

Experience: Minimum two years of office related experience.

Licensure: None required.

Skills: Effective time management. Effective oral and written communication skills. Secretarial skills to include telephone reception, typing/word processing 40 wpm, filing. Must be able to perform multiple tasks simultaneously. Use of Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat and strong computer skills are required.

Equipment: Standard office equipment including telephone, fax, copier, computers.

 

 

Physician Positions
Physiatrist

Job Summary

The Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) of the Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of Louisville School of Medicine is seeking a full-time board-certified or board eligible physiatrist to join the faculty (open rank position). This exceptional academic program offers abundant opportunity for teaching, research, and clinical practice in a collegial environment. The successful candidate will have extensive clinical, academic, and research experience, knowledge in various clinical areas, strong communication skills, a desire for inter-disciplinary collaboration, and a commitment to educate residents and treat patients.

The University is recruiting a faculty member specializing in research and the treatment of patients with Spinal Cord Injuries as the Director of the Spinal Cord Medicine Program at Frazier Rehabilitation Institute and the Owsley Brown Frazier Endowed Chair in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. This position will oversee inpatient treatment for University of Louisville Hospital (Level 1 Trauma Center) and Frazier Rehabilitation Institute (Inpatient Hospital), a continuum of care for outpatient treatment, and collaborate with the Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center (KSCIRC). Our world-class research team requires a dedicated Spinal Cord Medicine physician. Experience with Model Systems grants and protocols is preferred.

The University of Louisville offers competitive salary and outstanding benefits as well as supportive and collaborative environment. Compensation and rank are commensurate with experience.

For additional information, contact:
Dr. Darryl Kaelin, Chief
Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
220 Abraham Flexner Way, Suite 1100
Louisville, KY 40202

Minimum Requirements

Education: Advanced degree (MD or DO) required.

Experience: Extensive clinical, academic, and research experience. Experience with Model Systems grants and protocols is preferred.

Licensure: Board-certified or board eligible in physiatry.

Skills: Knowledge in various clinical areas, strong communication skills, a desire for inter-disciplinary collaboration, and a commitment to educate residents and treat patients.