Corporate Medical Specialist
Who Are We?
Powered by technology and compassionate design, Parachute has reimagined the plasma donation experience into one that is easier and friendlier. Using a simple app, our members can book donations and track earnings from the palm of their hand. In using a tech-forward approach, we’re able to offer each member a highly personable and best-in-class experience that’s consistent at each and every visit.
Our vision is to introduce an elevated plasma donation experience that’s grounded in convenience to markets with smaller populations. This model allows us to positively impact the industry supply chain and help patients gain access to the medication they need.
Come join us as we help the world gain access to more plasma - one donation at a time.
What You’ll Do
The Corporate Medical Specialist works under guidance and general oversight of Corporate Medical Supervisor. The Corporate Medical Specialist manages donor medical needs off-site at the corporate level and ensures compliance with all applicable policies and regulations. This role is intrinsically linked to Parachute’s donor-centric mission, and you will have an opportunity to be a part of an agile, passionate, and fast-growing team.
- Receive and respond to donor medical inquiries as appropriate.
- Communicate with Donor Center Medical Team and support Corporate Medical Supervisor as required.
- Provide follow-up to donors who have experienced adverse events.
- Maintain confidentiality of donor and staff records.
- Review all normal and abnormal test results in determination of donor suitability.
- Counsel donors on deferrals due to test results, suitability as a donor and any other health deferral rationale.
- Educate the potential donor on the plasmapheresis process and what to expect, as well as educate the donor on the use of the plasma and how important the safety is of the product for the recipient of the product.
Who Are You?
- Enthusiastic, energetic, warm, positive, and personable.
- Strong communication, and interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively in a diverse team environment.
- Must be proficient with computers, strong time management abilities, and the ability to prioritize and multi-task.
- Maintain compliance with all state and federal regulations through the use of approved Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
- Ability to work under pressure; meet inflexible deadlines; set priorities; deal diplomatically with difficult individuals; ability to manage multiple workflows; and work independently. Adherence to the highest ethical standards is essential.
- Educated and currently certified/licensed in the state of employment and according to state requirements as a Registered Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician or equivalent.
- Current CPR Certification
- Minimum of six (6) months of experience in a GMP environment with plasma or whole blood experience preferred but may also review candidate with related experience in a clinical setting providing medical care and assessing patients.
- Two (2) years experience in customer service preferred.
- Competitive compensation
- Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
- HSA and Dependent Care Flex Spending
- Paid time off
- Career growth opportunities