UofL Hospital Careers

Exceptional Care, Academic Medical Center, Outstanding Nurses

UofL Hospital, James Graham Brown Cancer Center & the Center for Women & Infants are now hiring nurses for a wide variety of roles throughout our Academic Medical Center. We will once again be managed by University Medical Center with the same dedication to quality care that has been the foundation of the medical center for over 100 years. Nurses can be secure in the knowledge that they will be employed by a locally owned and managed entity with leadership that lives right here in the Louisville area.

Our hospital and the James Graham Brown Cancer Center are affiliated with the University of Louisville School of Medicine – we are devoted to teaching – not just medical students but our patients as well.

Each and every nurse at UofL Hospital and James Graham Brown Cancer Center contributes important skills and ideas toward our common goal … to provide patients exceptional care by integrating evidence-based knowledge, integrity and compassion.

You will be treated as a valued team member and receive many opportunities ranging from continuing education, exposure to state-of-the-art treatment methodologies, working beside nationally renowned physicians and clinicians to competitive pay rates and attractive benefit packages.

Registered Clinical Nurse – Full Time,                                                     UofL Hospital (Critical Care, Mixed Acuity/PCU, Interventional Radiology, Surgery, etc.) 

Job Purpose/Summary:

The Clinical Nurse is a competent registered nurse in this institution and will deliver nursing care to patients of varying age groups by utilizing the nursing process and nursing practice standards.  The Clinical Nurses use Nursing Practice Competencies to intervene to achieve safe, optimal patient and family centered care health outcomes; Leadership Competencies to coordinate patient care and communicate with the Care Team; Professional Profile Competencies to develop professionally as a life-long learner, and Practice Outcomes Competencies to evaluate care based on evidence, the UofL Hospital quality model, and patient safety goals.

The Clinical Nurse demonstrates competency caring for complex patients and participates on the Care Team to improve the quality of care in the clinical area.

Position Accountabilities:

The Clinical Nurse delivers outstanding service to our internal and external customer by advocating for customers preferences; maximizing communication and partnering with peers and customers; acting to obtain feedback, problem solving and change; demonstrating zest through integrity, punctuality, appearance, and style.

Requirements:

Education: BSN preferred. A minimum of an Associate Degree in Nursing from an accredited nursing program is required. A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from an accredited nursing program is preferred. All new-hire Associate Degree Registered Nurses (new graduate and experienced) are required to start an approved BSN program within two years of hire and complete an approved BSN program within five years of hire.

Experience:

– Candidates with a BSN: A minimum one year of hospital patient care experience preferred. Will consider BSN new graduates depending on unit specific needs.

– Candidates with a ADN: New graduate currently enrolled in a BSN program with completion in two years of hire.

License & Certificates: Experience BSN and ADN candidates are required to have their KY RN license. Current AHA certification in Basic Life Support (BLS). Specific clinical areas may require additional experience or certificates.

To apply, email your cover letter, resume and areas of interest to: Recruiter@ulp.org


Medical Oncology Nurse Clinician – PT        James Graham Brown Cancer Center

Job Purpose/Summary:

The Medical Oncology Nurse Clinician operates under a clinical case management model to provide care to adult and geriatric patients during all phases of their treatment. Duties are to provide and coordinate patient care, including: direct Medical Oncology clinics to provide for physician patient consultation, initiate processes to ensure labs and test are completed and checked in a timely fashion providing for accommodating schedules.  The Nurse Clinician will schedule initial chemotherapies, provide for educational support for patients and their families to enhance family centered care outcomes and interact with triage to provide for an extension of clinical support. The Nurse Clinicians use nursing practice competencies to achieve safe, optimal care for patients and families.

Requirements:

Education & Training: Graduation from an accredited/approved school of nursing.  BSN preferred.

Experience: Three years of oncology patient care experience required.

License & Certification:  Current license in Kentucky.  CPR required.  OCN certification required within two years of employment.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrates a commitment to service, organization values and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all times
  • Maintains confidentiality and protects sensitive data at all times
  • Adheres to organizational and department specific safety standards and guidelines
  • Works collaboratively and supports efforts of team members
  • Demonstrates exceptional customer service and interacts effectively with physicians, patients, residents, visitors, staff and the broader health care community

Essential Functions:

  1. Clinician oversees the overall operation of the clinics to ensure all patients are seen in a timely fashion, re-scheduled for follow-up appointments, and scheduled for treatments and/or procedures as ordered by the physician.
  1. Clinic duties include a high level of interaction with physicians, initiating chemotherapy orders, comprehensive teaching patient in regard to chemotherapy and side effects, ensuring all lab orders and other test are ordered appropriately.
  1. Demonstrates experience in current care of cancer patients and remains abreast of any changes in current therapies as related to patient treatment and outcomes.
  1. Maintains accurate documentation of observations, treatments, teaching, medications and patient response, pain assessment, critical labs, and all other care rendered.
  1. Possesses knowledge of medications and chemotherapies.  Is aware of all policies and procedures related to use and route of medications administered in clinic.
  1. Clinician is aware of patient insurance status as it relates to need for preauthorization for medications, test or hospitalization.  Clinician will be aware of pharmacy involvement re: acquiring related medications for patient care when no coverage exist.
  1. Clinician evaluates patient outcomes and takes appropriate action to ensure outcomes are measurable and reflect evidence based practice.
  1. Clinician assumes responsibility for all patient care including follow-up with patient, family, physicians, triage, ARNP and other staff in an effort to provide efficient, focused and timely response to patient/family issues.  Advises triage relative to staff coverage if primary nurse absent.
  1. Collaborates with clinical trial nurses and physicians to assure compliance with requirements of current clinical studies.  Assures proper procedures are followed and proper documentation is in place.
  1. Serves as a resource for the patient by providing educational materials and directs patients to community support services and resources.  Refers patients to home health care agency as needed to effectively manage the special needs of our extremely ill population
  1. Clinician initiates appropriate consent form and follows current policy re: completion of such.
  1. Performs other duties assigned by authorized personnel or as required to meet the needs of the facility and patients and their families.

To apply, email your cover letter and resume to: Recruiter@ulp.org


Registered Clinical Nurse – Full Time,                                                     UofL Center for Women and Infants (NICU, Labor and Delivery, Mother/Baby)

Job Purpose/Summary:

The Clinical Nurse is a competent registered nurse in this institution and will deliver nursing care to patients of varying age groups by utilizing the nursing process and nursing practice standards.  The Clinical Nurses use Nursing Practice Competencies to intervene to achieve safe, optimal patient and family centered care health outcomes; Leadership Competencies to coordinate patient care and communicate with the Care Team; Professional Profile Competencies to develop professionally as a life-long learner, and Practice Outcomes Competencies to evaluate care based on evidence, the UofL Hospital quality model, and patient safety goals.

The Clinical Nurse demonstrates competency caring for complex patients and participates on the Care Team to improve the quality of care in the clinical area.

Position Accountabilities:

The Clinical Nurse delivers outstanding service to our internal and external customer by advocating for customers preferences; maximizing communication and partnering with peers and customers; acting to obtain feedback, problem solving and change; demonstrating zest through integrity, punctuality, appearance, and style.

Requirements:

Education: BSN preferred. A minimum of an Associate Degree in Nursing from an accredited nursing program is required. A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from an accredited nursing program is preferred. All new-hire Associate Degree Registered Nurses (new graduate and experienced) are required to start an approved BSN program within two years of hire and complete an approved BSN program within five years of hire.

Experience:

– Candidates with a BSN: A minimum one year of hospital patient care experience preferred. Will consider BSN new graduates depending on unit specific needs.

– Candidates with a ADN: New graduate currently enrolled in a BSN program with completion in two years of hire.

License & Certificates: Experience BSN and ADN candidates are required to have their KY RN license. Current AHA certification in Basic Life Support (BLS). Specific clinical areas may require additional experience or certificates.

To apply, email your cover letter, resume and areas of interest to: Recruiter@ulp.org


Respiratory Therapist – Full Time                                                     UofL Hospital

Job Purpose/Summary:

The Respiratory Therapist (RT) has a thorough knowledge and proficiency in the skills of adult (ages 18-65), geriatric (ages 66 and over), neonatal (birth to 12 months), and occasionally adolescent (ages 12-17) respiratory care, where applicable.  The RT presents a pleasing and helpful manner to the patient, physicians, visitors, members of the department, and all other medical personnel.  The RT exhibits courteous behavior when addressing the general public and outside hospital related agencies.  The RT supports and contributes to departmental and hospital objectives by functioning as lead therapist in all aspects of respiratory care.

Position Accountabilities:

The RT complies with local, state, and federal rules and regulations, and the requirements of accrediting bodies.  The respiratory therapist adheres to established policies and procedures of the department and the hospital.

Requirements:

Education: Associate Degree in Respiratory Care or Cardiopulmonary Science or equivalent required.

Experience: One (1) year clinical experience preferred.

License & Certificates: Registered by the National Board for Respiratory Care required and Mandatory Certificate issued by the Commonwealth of Kentucky required. New graduates of an approved Respiratory Therapy Program have 6 months to obtain the RRT.

To apply, email your cover letter and resume to: Recruiter@ulp.org


Director, Process Improvement– Full Time                                         UofL Hospital

Job Summary:

Under the general direction of the Executive Director, Quality and Safety, the Process Improvement Director provides process improvement, team facilitation, and project management support to high priority operational, quality, and/or safety improvement teams and initiatives in furtherance of the strategic agenda of ULH. The incumbent serves as an internal consultant to senior administrators and clinicians for selecting, managing, evaluating, sustaining, and spreading the outcomes of key strategic process improvement projects.  The Process Improvement Director facilitates process improvement teams in collaboration with clinical and operational team leaders, senior clinicians and administrators independently and without supervisory responsibility over team members.  The Director provides process improvement training for leadership and for process improvement project team members.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience:

  • Master’s Degree in a related field (e.g. healthcare administration, business administration, public health, industrial engineering, nursing etc.) strongly preferred.
  • Lean Six Sigma black belt required
  • Minimum of 5 years of demonstrated process improvement experience required; at least 2 years of experience in an academic healthcare organization required, including substantial process improvement, team facilitation, and/or project management experience preferred.

Please submit resumes to recruiter@ulp.org.


 

 

Process Improvement Specialist – Full Time                                         UofL Hospital

Job Summary:

The Process Improvement Specialist works closely with the Process Improvement Director to evaluate, plan, and develop ULH improvement projects and change initiatives throughout the organization. In partnership with teams, this position manages the analysis, solution design, development, and implementation of diverse, enterprise-wide projects and initiatives, and is responsible for applying process-improvement and Lean Six Sigma Methodologies for assigned project initiatives focused on clinical and operational indicators. Interpret improvement-related data and develop tools, interventions/tactics and training based on evidence based best practices and/or new organizational initiatives. Partners with leadership, staff, and providers to support large transformational operations/process improvement initiatives related to the patient, family, provider, and employee experience. Provides process improvement and change management education and training for providers and staff. Participates actively in scholarly production and design of educational material and QI simulations.

 

Minimum Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a health related field (e.g. healthcare administration, business administration, public health, industrial engineering, nursing etc.) required; Master’s degree preferred.
  • Lean Six Sigma black belt required
  • Minimum of 3 years of demonstrated process improvement experience in successfully applying quality management, process improvement, project management and problem-solving tools and methodologies required; experience in healthcare, clinical operations or healthcare process engineering preferred.
  • Proven experience in implementing and sustaining change (change champion).

Please submit resume to recruiter@ulp.org


Peer Review Coordinator – Full Time                                                     UofL Hospital

Job Summary:
Peer Review Coordinator coordinates the medical staff peer review process consistent with guidelines set forth by the ULH medical staff and regulatory agencies; assists with physician performance improvement initiatives, coordinates clinical and non-clinical performance improvement according to regulatory standards and organizational goals.
Minimum Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing from an accredited school of professional nursingrequired
  • Minimum six (5) years of acute care, hospital-based clinical experience in area of intended practice
  • Previous experience in academic teaching hospital preferred

Please submit resume to recruiter@ulp.org


Charge Capture Representative – Full Time                                          UofL Hospital

 

  • Auditors will ensure all cases are attached to an active, billable account number; Know and follow Cerner process to resolve non-compliant accounts.
  • Audit implant data and charges using clinical and vendor documentation when present; Apply case knowledge to ensure implants are captured for tracking.
  • Insure case charges pass from Cerner to McKesson Star billing system, applying established process for issue resolution.
  • Perform manual bill entry, correcting or editing charges as directed or reported.
  • Displays knowledge and complies with the National Patient Safety Goals.
  • Implements an age appropriate plan of care in conjunction with the health care team per Scope of Service.
  • Attends all required educational programs and completes all Learn Modules within due date.

Education / Accreditation / Licensure (required & preferred):

 

  • High school graduate or GED, prefer past scrub tech or OR RN.

 

Experience (required and preferred):

 

  • 1 year experience in a health care related field and 6 months previous surgery experience or successful completion of surgical training program and competency exam; successful completion of a medical terminology class.

 

Please submit resume to recruiter@ulp.org

 


 

 

RN, Patient Placement – Full Time                                          UofL Hospital

 

EDUCATION & TRAINING:

 

  • BSN from accredited/approved school of nursing or currently in school obtaining BSN.
  • ADN consideration with greater than 5 years acute care experience.

 

 

EXPERIENCE:

 

  • Minimum two years of experience as an RN in the acute care setting.
  • Critical Care and Emergency experience preferred.
  • Must be knowledgeable of current nursing practices.

 

 

LICENSE & CERTIFICATION:

 

  • Current Registered Nurse license in Kentucky.
  • BLS required.

 

The goal of this position is to ensure a safe and efficient admission or transfer process into the University of Louisville Hospital system. To accomplish this goal,  Patient Placement RN will work with all persons needed to evaluate appropriate placement and facilitate a rapid transfer including physicians, patient transportation providers, nursing staff at referring hospitals and practices, etc.

 

Please submit resume to: recruiter@ulp.org


 

 

Lead, RN Patient Placement  – Full Time                                          UofL Hospital

 

 

EDUCATION & TRAINING:

 

  • BSN from accredited/approved school of nursing or currently in school obtaining BSN.
  • ADN consideration with greater than 5 years acute care experience.

 

 

EXPERIENCE:

 

  • Minimum two years of experience as an RN in the acute care setting.
  • Critical Care and Emergency experience preferred.
  • Must be knowledgeable of current nursing practices.

 

 

LICENSE & CERTIFICATION:

 

  • Current Registered Nurse license in Kentucky.
  • BLS required.

 

 

 

Please submit resumes to recruiter@ulp.org

 


 

 

Supply Chain Director– Full Time                                          UofL Hospital

General Description Summary and Purpose

The Director of Supply Chain is responsible for providing operational and strategic leadership for UMC’s supply chain functions, including sourcing, contracting and procuring, inventorying, and delivering supplies to hospital departments and ancillary service areas. The director’s success is contingent upon achieving focused and measurable cost reductions through continuous process improvement and enhanced vendor/supplier relationships while maintaining engagement with both internal and external stakeholders.

Qualifications

  1. Education: Master’s degree in logistics/supply chain management, business administration, related field, or equivalent
  2. Experience: Six to eight years of demonstrated performance in a supply chain (or equivalent) role, preferably in an academic medical center setting
  3. Familiarity with key applications and systems (e.g., Lawson, Cerner)
  4. In-depth knowledge of the healthcare supply chain space, including major vendors and suppliers, delivery systems, and current and anticipated issues in the industry
  5. Proven success in leading and managing other staff
  6. Certifications:
    1. Certified Purchasing Manager (CPM) designation desirable
    2. Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) certification desirable
    3. Six Sigma certification desirable

Please submit resumes to recruiter@ulp.org


 

Research Billing Coordinator– Full Time                                          UofL Hospital

  • Review daily reports of research subject registrations and research patient activity reported by clinical researchers and match to patient accounts to place holds
  • Review patient charges and/or orders for research subjects to match up to reports
  • Work with patient accounting/billing company to ensure research subject accounts are identified and appropriate codes/modifiers/NCT#s are provided for claims submitted to insurance carriers
  • Remove research-related charges from claims prior to release
  • Work with clinical researchers to resolve inquiries
  • Bill research subject charges and pharmacy and administrative fees
  • Follow up on outstanding bills
  • Other duties as assigned

Please submit resume to recruiter@ulp.org


 

Research Regulatory Coordinator– Full Time                                      UofL Hospital

  • Review submissions to UMC research office, manage intake process and disseminate details to UMC stakeholders as needed
  • Review IRB submissions and IRB correspondence regarding collection and release of UMC medical records data
  • Prepare IRB submissions for UMC-employed researchers as needed
  • Review/monitor clinical research studies for compliance with UMC policies
  • Review personnel for possible level 1 credentials as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

Please submit resume to recruiter@ulp.org


 

Research Regulatory Coordinator– Full Time                                      UofL Hospital

Develops and supports an environment of effective decision making, forecasting, opportunity identification, and performance management for supply chain; partners with national supply chain, national finance teams, division finance teams, and division supply chain teams.

 

Education / Accreditation / Licensure (required & preferred):

 

Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business, or closely related preferred

For those who are incumbents in this job, you will be grandfathered into these educational requirements

 

 

Experience (required and preferred):

 

Two (2) to seven (7) years’ experience within the Finance or Accounting, or closely related field preferred

Relevant experience in a healthcare environment and computer systems preferred

 

Pleas submit resume to recruiter@ulp.org


 

Research Regulatory Coordinator– Full Time                                      UofL Hospital

Job Summary

A Client Engineer’s role is to achieve the highest standards of system uptime with minimum interruptions utilizing technologies based on Microsoft workstation and server operating systems, including applications such as SharePoint, SQL, Citrix, and Active Directory, as well as the support of internally developed Healthcare Technology Solutions.

 

Job Responsibilities

  • Manage physical, virtual, and cloud-based servers and applications.
  • Install and configure supported hardware and software.
  • Evaluate and make recommendations to IT departments regarding technical directions.
  • Midlevel troubleshooting, maintenance, and administration of SQL database-related issues.
  • Coordinate with clients and technical team to execute assigned projects within deadlines.
  • Discuss with clients about project technical requirements.
  • Work with technical team to ensure project deliverables meet quality standards and client requirements.
  • Stay updated with company products and technologies.
  • Act as primary contact for all inquiries and concerns.
  • Provide technical and functional support to client projects
  • Schedule technical trainings as needed.
  • Maintain project technical specifications and other documentations.
  • Provide assistance to technical team as and when required.
  • Adhere to company engineering guidelines and standards.

 

Minimum Education and Experience

  • Education: Bachelor’s Degree in related field
  • Experience: A minimum of eight years of relevant experience; exposure to client engineering, remote access, imaging and end-point security, SCCM/SCOM

Please submit resume to: recruiter@ulp.org


 

Staffing Coordinator– Full Time                                           UofL Hospital

 

EDUCATION & TRAINING:

·       High school diploma required

·      Some college preferred.

 

 

EXPERIENCE:

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Excellent Excel, Word and PowerPoint skills required.
  • Experience running and understand reports.
  • Must have a keen eye for detail and maintain a positive working relationship with peers’ managers and communicate effectively, both orally and in person.

The Staffing Coordinator for the UofL Hospital Staffing Center will work with minimal supervision and is responsible for scheduling and deployment of contingency staffing to meet the patient care needs.  The Coordinator will proactively identify staffing vacancies and work to identify a resolution. The Coordinator will be responsible for collecting data and running reports in the schedule software.  Prepare data for management to present to stakeholders. The Coordinator is also responsible for time and attendance, ensuring proper pay practices is followed as defined per policy.  This position will coordinate schedules for University of Louisville Hospital and act as the representative for designated routine matters.  She/he must be able to function independently, organize, prioritize, work well under pressure and deal effectively with all levels within and outside of the organization.

 

Please submit resumes to recruiter@ulp.org


 

Data Analytics– Full Time                                                              UofL Hospital

Summary Description

Under the general direction of the Executive Director, Quality and Safety, the Quality and Safety Data Analytics Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the Data Analytics function within the Quality and Safety Office.  The Data Analytics Coordinator will work closely with departmental staff, hospital leadership and staff at all levels to create customized, standardized, routine reports and dashboards to support the Quality and Safety Program of the University of Louisville Hospital (ULH) as well as Medical Staff Peer Review and Professional Practice Evaluation functions.  In addition, the Data Analytics Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the validity, integrity and timeliness of externally reported data as required by regulatory and accreditation agencies and serves as the subject matter expert regarding the various data sources utilized by ULH.

Minimum Qualifications and Experience

Bachelor’s Degree in a related field (e.g. healthcare administration, business administration, public health, industrial engineering, etc.) required; Master’s Degree strongly preferred.

Three years of relevant progressive work experience in healthcare analytics required; experience in academic medical centers preferred.

Please submit resume to recruiter@ulp.org


 

Financial Auditors– Full Time                                                              UofL Hospital

I.               Job Summary / Job Purpose
This position conducts monitoring, analysis, investigations and special projects associated with the 340B Drug Program (Drug Pricing Program enabling health care organizations that care for underserved people to purchase outpatient drugs at discounted prices). The analyst assists with development of monitoring protocols and efficient and effective internal controls for the 340B Drug Program.
Required:   BA in accounting/finance.
Preferred:  MBA, MHA, MPA, MAC (Master’s in Accounting), other Master’s degree in a field relevant to financial analysis
The analyst has an advanced level of knowledge, skills and abilities with regard to researching regulations and standards, accounting standards, internal controls, understanding hospital and retail pharmacy operations as they interface with the 340B Drug Program, proficiency with Microsoft applications, data and evidence analysis, financial statement analysis, interviewing, writing, listening and  presenting materials.

 

Please submit resume to recruiter@ulp.org


 

Regulatory Compliance Coordinator– Full Time                                                              UofL Hospital

I.               Job Summary / Job Purpose
 

The pharmacy policy & regulatory compliance coordinator is responsible for developing, coordinating, consolidating, standardizing, and implementing pharmacy policies.  This position is also responsible for pharmacy regulatory compliance, including The Joint Commission, CMS, and pharmacy regulations.

I.               Job Requirements / Qualifications
 

Education / Accreditation / Licensure (required & preferred):

Required: Bachelor’s degree or PharmD.

Preferred: pharmacy PGY1 and/ or PGY2 residency

 

Experience (required & preferred):

4 years hospital pharmacy experience

 

Please submit resume to recruiter@ulp.org


 

Revenue Integrity Coordinator– Full Time                                                              UofL Hospital

I.               Job Summary / Job Purpose
 

This employee will be responsible for assuring that all outpatient/retail pharmacy charges are appropriate and are posted to the appropriate patient account.

 

Education / Accreditation / Licensure (required & preferred):

Required: Bachelor’s degree or medical related degree.

Preferred: Degree in business management or accounting.

 

 

Experience (required & preferred):

Minimum 2 years’ experience in billing or computer systems

 

 

Pleas submit resume to: Recruiter@ulp.org


 

Manager, FP&A– Full Time                                                              UofL Hospital

 

  • This position will assist the Executive Director of Finance in all aspects of Financial Planning & Analysis of the Hospitals and serve as a liaison between finance and operational leaders. Job responsibilities will include but are not limited to the following:
    • Manage a team of analysts supporting all decision support, budgeting, productivity and financial planning activities of the facilities
    • In collaboration with others, prepare routine and ad-hoc reports and presentations to assist in the analysis and monitoring of financial results, including but not limited to, mid-month and year-end projections, financial/statistical trend analysis, return on investment modeling and productivity monitoring and analysis
    • Provide analytical and interpretative support to finance, revenue cycle, payor strategy and operations
    • Assist in the coordination, preparation and review of the annual operating and capital budget for assigned facilities
    • Assist in the development and maintenance of productivity standards and associated monitoring activities.
    • Assist in the coordination of data requests needed by internal and external parties for month end accruals, audit/consulting engagements and other routine/ad hoc requests
    • Assist in the review and interpretative analysis of month end financial statements
    • Provide general support and training to clinical and operation leaders as it relates to financial systems, policies and procedures
    • Support continuous process improvement by working with others in finance to develop and maintain the analytical tools necessary to perform accurate and timely analysis
    • Provides timely, accurate, comprehensive information to constituents as requested
    • Assists with the development of policies and procedures
    • Manages and maintains data integrity of financial and decision support systems and assist with implementation of new systems and processes
    • Performs other duties as assigned

Please send resume to recruiter@ulp.org


 

Manager, Facilities– Full Time                                                              UofL Hospital

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred in Architecture, Design, Construction Management or related Facility field
  • Min 5 year’s experience in similar position with basic management experience
  • Registration or Certification a plus, but not required

Please send resume to recruiter@ulp.org


 

Supply Chain Tech (8)– Full Time                                                              UofL Hospital

  • Stocking and picking product to meet the needs of other areas or departments
  • maintaining clean and organized work area
  • High School diploma or GED required
  • Previous healthcare supply chain function preferred

Please send resume to recruiter@ulp.org