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Company Name: Marathon Petroleum Company LP  
Location Name: FindlayOH
 
Location Address: 539 S Main St, Findlay, OH, United States (US), 45840
Education Level: Master's Required 
Relevant Experience Level: Mid Career (4-10 Years) 
Employee Group: Regular - Full Time
Employee Subgroup: Salaried Exempt

 

Overview:

Position is responsible for the provision and management of occupational health services and supervision of the health services staff at the Findlay Corporate Office Complex.  The incumbent will possess the ability to interact and collaborate with a diverse group of internal and external stakeholders to prevent and manage injuries and illnesses and to promote health, wellness, productivity and safety in the working population. This will be accomplished by implementing programs and managing health services directed towards employees, and when applicable the local community, as well as engaging in the clinical evaluation and treatment of injuries and illnesses.

 

Responsibilities:

  1. Oversees and maintains the onsite Occupational Health Clinic.  Administers and maintains the policies, programs, and procedures of the clinic consistent with the company's general policies concerning medical services as defined by Corporate Health Services (CHS).  Manages the clinic’s budget and oversees procurement of necessary facility’s equipment and supplies to operate the clinic safely and effectively.
  2. Manages and supervises all clinic staff personnel, including nurses, medical assistants, medical technicians, EMTs, paramedics and/or administrative assistants.  Mentors all health care professionals and other staff personnel in the delivery of appropriate and professional clinical services. 
  3. Evaluates and treats injured and ill employees and provides emergency medical management and treatment for all injured workers.
  4. With the assistance of other clinic staff, performs variety of worker clinical evaluations including, but not limited to, annual health monitoring and medical surveillance examinations, worker fitness-for-duty examinations, pre-assignment/pre-placement examinations, preventive service examinations, etc.
  5. Undertakes and oversees provision of specialty services such as drug and alcohol testing, medical screening, health-related studies (i.e. fitness for duty, special investigations of work place incidences, etc.), travel medicine consultations and immunizations, etc.
  6. Provides all clinical activities under the direction of the Corporate Medical Director (CMD) and the local supervising physician and in accordance with applicable laws governing state licensure and national certification.  Participates in weekly conference calls (staff meetings) discuss clinical cases and clinic managerial issues.  Participates in the development and implementation of clinical protocols and guidelines to be used during the provision of clinical services.  Cooperates with CHS to develop and implement policies to create uniformity, consistency and quality assurance in the delivery of clinical care within and between company refineries. 
  7. Maintains a system of confidential medical records consistent with sound medical ethics while maintaining compliance with government regulations such as OSHA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  Enforces procedures for preserving confidentiality, while allowing access to those with a bona fide need to know.
  8. Coordinates and leads medical effort during medical emergencies.  Supervises First Response personnel during medical emergencies and provides advanced medical care and treatment.  Serves as the liaison between the company and the local emergency room during medical emergencies involving injured workers.  Is available during regular and non-business hours to assist with the emergency response effort.
  9. Provides case management by procuring medical information to facilitate decisions relative to sick leave eligibility, return to work and placement questions.  Assists in the management of workers compensation cases.  Develops and maintains program to effectively monitor the status of absent employees due to illness or injury.
  10. Remains current and informed on regulatory issues affecting the delivery of occupational and other health services, hazard-specific regulations regarding worker evaluation and treatment of exposures and OSHA recordable safety issues as they pertain to the clinical treatment of injury cases.
  11. Participates actively in planning for and managing the health-related aspects of disasters that can affect the safety and welfare of the employees and community (terrorism, public health, etc.).  Participates in continuity planning and prevention of disruption of corporate initiatives.  Involves and engages the local community in such planning where appropriate.
  12. Obtains necessary continuing education credit hours and training as required by state and national licensing and certifying agencies.  Participates in all off-site company health conferences/meetings as sponsored and directed by CHS for the advancement and training of internal clinical personnel.
  13. In the absence of the Corporate Medical Director, provides emergency response and prescriptive services as appropriative. (i.e. Board Meetings, Travel Health prescriptions, etc.)
  14. Travels and provides supportive or temporary mid-level staffing coverage for all MPC Health Services clinics throughout the U.S. such as turn-a-rounds, open clinical roles, or training of new medical staff.
  15. Additional responsibilities as needed.

 

 

Requirements

  • Licensed Registered Nurse or Physician Assistant in the State of Ohio
  • Board certification as a Nurse Practitioner or NCCPA Certification
  • 5+ years’ experience in Occupational Medicine
  • 5+ years of supervisory or management experience
  • Proficient use of electronic medical record keeping systems and MS office systems
  • ACLS Certification

 

 

Desired

  • Certified DOT Examiner
  • Certified Occupational Health Nurse (COHN)
  • Certified Case Manager
  • Certified Audiometric Technician
  • NIOSH Trained in Spirometry
  • Certified Breath Alcohol Technician
  • Experience in urine and hair collection for drug testing

 

 

 

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About Marathon Petroleum Corporation

 

 

Marathon Petroleum Corporation (NYSE: MPC) is a large-scale geographically-diversified and highly -integrated refining, marketing and midstream company. MPC is the nation's largest refiner, with a crude oil refining capacity of more than 3 million barrels per calendar day in its 16-refinery system. MPC's high-quality, nationwide retail and marketing business includes approximately 3,900 company-owned and -operated stores and 7,800 branded locations. MPC owns the general partners of MPLX LP and Andeavor Logistics LP, two strong, customer-focused midstream master limited partnerships.

 

 

Job Function: Corp Functions; HES and S

Travel Expected: Up to 25%

 

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Marathon Petroleum Company LP (“MPC”) is an equal employment opportunity employer.  All applicants will be considered without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, veteran status or other legally protected status.

 


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