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Careers

Please see our available job opportunities below.


 Vascular Surgeon


Enjoy a satisfying and rewarding career in vascular surgery, with a family friendly lifestyle!


Michigan Vascular Center is seeking a Board Eligible/Board Certified vascular surgeon, with formal training/experience in open vascular and endovascular techniques. Established in 1963, MVC is a growing 100% vascular surgery group practice with 90 employees, a 55-year established referral base, and includes the following:



  • 8 Board Certified Vascular Surgeons

  • 6 Certified Advanced Practitioners

  • ACGME accredited Vascular Surgery Fellowship Program (3 fellows per year)

  • Performance of a wide variety of procedures including EVAR, TEVAR, CAS, TCAR, peripheral arterial and venous revascularization, open AAA repair, complex abdominal procedures and hemodialysis creation and maintenance

  • More than 5,000 endovascular and open vascular procedures performed annually

  • Formal open operative mentoring for recent graduating vascular trainees

  • Privileges at 3 hospitals with state-of-the-art angiography and endovascular suites

  • In-Office Vascular and Hemodialysis Access Centers/Outpatient-based Laboratories at 2 locations (since 2005)

  • In-office Vein Solutions venous treatment center (since 2003)

  • 5 outpatient office locations accredited by AAAHC

  • In-office accredited noninvasive vascular laboratory

  • In-office ABC accredited prosthetic mobility center with certified prosthetist

  • Nationally recognized Vascular Research Center with over 74 clinical trials and 15 currently active; Opportunity to serve as PI for industry clinical trials

  • Call coverage is 1 in 5 during 1st 18 months, then decrease to 1 in 6

  • 4 out of every 5 weekends completely free of clinical responsibilities

  • Competitive salary and benefits with one half-day off/week when not on call

  • Partnership track in 18 months


Join us and experience the fresh water streams, rivers and lakes that are "Pure Michigan."


To learn more, please contact Gary Paavola, MBA, CMPE at 810-732-1620 or gpaav@michiganvascular.com


 


Advanced Practitioner (NP or PA) opportunity in a busy, private practice vascular surgery office in Flint.


The vascular surgeons at MVC are leaders in innovative vascular care, first and foremost in vascular health in mid-Michigan for over fifty years. Michigan Vascular Access Center provides a full service hemodialysis access center, offering comprehensive vascular service to patients with ESRD. Both diagnostic and surgical procedures are performed in our office based lab.


We are seeking someone who will perform diagnostic procedures in our access office as well as rotate to other offices with arteial, venous and wound care responsibilities. A good candidate will be flexible in rotation with our other practitioners and satellite offices. We are willing to train a fresh graduate or someone new to vascular surgery.


Full-time, Monday through Friday, first shift with no weekends or holidays.


Requirements:



  • Graduate of accredited NP or PA program. Must possess current State of Michigan license in good standing.


Qualified candidates please fax resume to (810) 732-2600, or email to  resume@michiganvascular.com


 


 


Vascular Fellowship Training Program Administrator – Job Posting


 


Position Description


The Vascular Fellowship Training Administrator is a professional responsible for assisting the Program Director with the day-to-day administration of the Vascular Surgery Fellowship, an advanced level Graduate Medical Education Training Program.


 Position Overview


The Vascular Fellowship Training Administrator supports the Vascular Fellowship Program Director in the management and oversight of the Vascular Fellowship Training Program in accordance with Michigan Vascular Center and Michigan State University Graduate Medical Education (GME), Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), and specialty boards.  Works independently assisting the Program Director in a wide variety of program management and administrative duties such as:



  • Coordinating the recruitment, orientation, and graduation process

  • Facilitating the evaluation process, and creating assessment tools

  • Updating Policies, Protocols & Procedures as well as developing new processes to enhance the Program’s effectiveness

  • Preparing and maintaining records for program accreditation

  • Creates and maintains trainee rotation, call & education conference schedules

  • Assists in development of curriculum, educational conferences, arranging of speakers, tracking attendance, as well as receiving evaluation forms from staff

  • Works with physician fellows by providing guidance and direction for the successful completion of their training program

  • Works closely with hospital GME staff and with accrediting agencies to ensure program compliance

  • This position also includes the development of marketing flyers and brochures for both the Fellowship Program and the Corporation.


 Skill Set Required



  • Effective Communicator,      strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.

  • Detail oriented, strong      organizational skills, able to prioritize tasks & meet deadlines

  • Self motivated with strong      independent decision making & judgment skills

  • Able to work effectively      in a team and manage up (physicians, trainees, office staff, Graduate      Medical Education staff)

  • Able to manage change, adaptable      to the ever-changing medical education policies & requirements

  • Understanding of Quality      Improvement methodologies

  • Ability to analyze data

  • Committed to life-long      learning & professional development


 Minimum Education and/or Experience Required:



  • A minimum of two years      working in a health care setting (i.e. medical, secretarial, medical      administration) or a Bachelor’s degree in communications, business      management or business related degree

  • Experience in Graduate      Medical Education is preferred

  • Experience working with      computer software applications including MS Word, MS Excel spreadsheets, MS      PowerPoint presentation, MS Publisher and electronic calendaring/scheduling      systems


Additional Experience and/or Qualifications Desired:



  • Experience working with a      residency or fellowship education program.

  • Knowledge of medical      terminology.

  • TAGME (Training      Administrators of Graduate Medical Education) Certification or working      knowledge of certification requirements).

  • Experience with website      maintenance is a bonus


 Send Resume to:  Attention: Joan Brown, joanb@michiganvascular.com


 


RN opportunity


Michigan Vascular Access Center-Flint, is a division of Michigan Vascular Center. MVAC provides a full service hemodialysis center, offering comprehensive vascular service to patients with ESRD. Both diagnostic and surgical procedures are performed in our office based lab.


Full time & part time positions are available, Monday through Friday, first shift with no weekends or holidays.


Requirements:



  • Graduate of accredited school of nursing

  • Must possess current Michigan state license in good standing


 Qualified candidates please fax resume to (810) 600-0561, or email to  resume@michiganvascular.com