Office of Decedent Affairs SpecialistJob ID 321074 Date posted 11/20/2023
- Rochester, MN
- Full Time
- Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
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Facilitates care through discussing postmortem examination with legal next of kin and obtaining legal consent, utilizes Mayo Clinic electronic medical records systems for review and identification of medical examiner reportable criteria as required by Minnesota statute, works in laboratory information systems for documentation of deaths and postmortem examinations, coordinates transportation of decedent remains to the morgue, ensures all respective documentation is compliant with regulatory agencies and complete, and incorporates appropriate resources as necessitated. Prepares preliminary postmortem examination documentation, case accessioning, and decedent release documentation. Actively partner with team members by fostering an inclusive work environment and respecting others with different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives.
*Individuals hired to this position are required to complete 2 years in the role before being eligible to transfer to other positions within Mayo Clinic*
Bachelor's degree required with two years of related experience is required. Preferred education in social sciences, mortuary science, medical technology, chemistry or biological science required. Experience in handling sensitive subject matter and/or interacting with grieving families. Familiar with the institutional fetal and patient death policies and death packet requirements. Demonstrates excellent communication skills and is able to communicate with a variety of people in a direct, personable and articulate manner. Ability to convey a positive and professional attitude regarding the Office of Decedent Affairs and the department and to maintain a positive self-image through appearance and actions. Ability to troubleshoot processes through independent decision making. Able to work independently and collaboratively with a variety of individuals. Capable of performing under time constraints, multi-tasking and working in a changing environment.
**This position is not eligible for visa sponsorship. Also, Mayo Clinic DOES NOT participate in the F-1 STEM OPT extension program**
* Requires CV/Resume, cover letter, unofficial transcript(s), and foreign trained lab personnel to provide a detailed equivalency evaluation to include US equivalent degree at the applicant's expense.
* For international/foreign trained applicants, it is the responsibility of the international/foreign to provide to Mayo Clinic the following information. The applicant is responsible for the cost associated with obtaining the equivalency evaluation.
- MUST have a DETAILED equivalency evaluation
- MUST show US equivalent degree
- Evaluation MUST be completed from an organization listed as a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) www.naces.org OR the Association of International Credential Evaluators, Inc. (AICE) www.aice-eval.org
*DLMP employees that have been in current lab/position for less than 2 years must attach early release approval from supervisor
*Non-DLMP Internal applicants that have been in their current department/position for less than 1 year must attach early release approval from supervisor
$30.25 - $45.41 / hour
Three 12 hour shifts per pay week. Hours are 7:00pm - 7:30am with a 30 minute lunch. Rotating overnight schedule during the week.
Rotating weekends and holidays.
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