Clinical Director, Occupational Health and Environmental Medicine
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
Internal Number: 20302
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CLINICAL DIRECTOR, OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE , MIT Medical , to evaluate, develop, plan, lead, and execute occupational and environmental health and safety programs/activities. Will work with MIT Environment, Health and Safety on the development of EHS programs that provide industry-leading support to all facets of the Institute, including site research laboratories, classrooms, and employee work areas; continually improve and enhance the occupational and environmental safety culture and training programs; plan, implement, evaluate, and analyze employee health services, including pre-employment screening, annual health assessments, immunizations, work-related exposures, illnesses, and injuries; collaborate with central Human Resources on the management of claims for worker's compensation, providing oversight of medical care for employees with actual/potential work-related medical concerns; and assist with developing and delivering the employee and patient safety program.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : MD/DO from an accredited school of medicine/osteopathy; board certification in occupational medicine, internal medicine, family medicine, or emergency medicine; five years' occupational/employee health experience; active license to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; current certification in basic life support (BLS); valid prescriptive authority from the MA DPH-DCP and federal DEA; and expert-level knowledge of pertinent occupational health and infection control regulatory, accrediting, and advisory body requirements. Must be able to push, pull, and lift 20 lbs.; perform tasks requiring hand steadiness (e.g., taking blood pressures and administering injections); remain in uncomfortable positions for prolonged periods, (e.g., providing CPR and bending over examination tables); and inspect objects closely, distinguish voice patterns and auscultatory sounds, and pay attention to fine details despite interruptions. PREFERRED : completion of accredited occupational medicine residency/fellowship, DOT certified medical examiner, advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) certification, and management experience. Job #20302-14
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