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Don’t just join a company. Join a mission.

RMPDC has been working tirelessly serving the public and private sectors for over 50 years. Our reputation in toxicology, compliance, pharmacovigilance and research is world-renowned, and we’re always looking for new talent to join our team and make a difference where it really counts.

Our reputation for excellence starts and ends with our employees. We are all passionately dedicated to healthcare, science and the public good. If you have a desire to work where it really counts, we’d love to talk more.

At RMPDC we hire for the following fields/positions:

  • Pharmacists
  • Registered Nurses
  • Researchers
  • Clerical Support Specialists
  • Administrative Professionals

Please feel free to contact our Recruiter to discuss RMPDC Career Opportunities:

Jim Booth
Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center
“Saving Lives With Answers”
Jim.Booth@RMPDC.org
303/389-1316

For more information about and/or to apply to any RMPDC opportunities please visit:

Denver Health’s Employment Site

Careers at the Rocky Mountain Poison Center

We are very interested in meeting CSPI and non poison certified Registered Nurses interested in expanding their careers. We encourage our staff to pursue their interests in research, public health, and educational presentations.
 
We have a program that will allow our more seasoned CSPI veterans to perform their duties remotely.
 
In addition, our Poison Center presents opportunities in many disciplines including, but not limited to, Information and Telecommunication professionals, Project Managers, Call Center Business Managers, Public Health Educators, Poison Information Providers (unlicensed) and Administrative Staff.

Careers with the Research Department-RADARS® System

Our rapidly expanding Research Department has opportunities for anyone with a desire to be a part of a team that is a leader in public health research. Some of our research studies include, but are not limited to, prescription drug abuse, analgesics toxicity (over-the-counter pain relievers), Phase II and Phase III drug trials for new antidotes, anti-venom research studies (snakes, spiders, etc.) and literature reviews.

The Researched Abuse, Diversion and Addiction-Related Surveillance System provides timely and geographic specific data to the pharmaceutical industry, regulatory agencies, policymakers and medical/health officials to understand abuse, misuse and diversion of prescription drugs in the United States.

Our research department routinely has opportunities for Research Assistants, Researchers, Research Project Coordinators and Biostatisticians.

Careers with the Appointment Center

Our Appointment Center provides a critical service for Denver Health’s patients. We have outstanding entry level health care positions that require strong customer service skills in a call center environment.

You will be helping Denver Health patients make appointments with various specialists. In addition, you will be helping with insurance verification and explaining benefits to patients.

If you have strong computer skills, an excellent phone demeanor and a desire to help Denver residents with their health care information needs, this could be an ideal position for you.

Careers with the Denver Health NurseLine

The Denver Health Nurse Advice Line is staffed with Registered Nurses to work independently doing nurse telephone triage for clients of Denver Health and the Community of Denver. The Denver Health Nurse Advice Line is a busy part of Denver Health’s care system and provides health care advice and recommendations to approximately 84,000 customers every year. 

Careers at the Rocky Mountain Drug Information Center

Our highly trained pharmacists and registered nurses work on the phone with patients and health care providers from around the country. Primary responsibilities are to respond to caller's pharmaceutical concerns, provide accurate drug information and document the results of these conversations in compliance with Food and Drug Administration regulations and the protocols of our pharmaceutical partners.  

Careers with the Spanish Line

The Spanish Line is another critical service provided by Denver Health and is a part of the RMPDC Dug Center divisions. Our Spanish Line personnel bridge the language gap between DH medical staff and limited English proficiency DH patients and their families. By doing so, we have become the embodiment of Denver Health’s goal: “Care for all people regardless of gender, ethnicity or social class.”  Our department strives to assure the finest health care services possible and takes pride in helping to make  health care understandable and available to everyone in the community.

It takes a diverse team to accomplish our singular mission.

Both RMPDC and Denver Health and Hospital Authority pride itself on its commitment to diversity. Equal opportunity is a fundamental principle of Denver Health. As an equal opportunity employer, Denver Health is committed to recruit, hire, promote and administer all human resource actions in a non-discriminatory manner.

Denver Health strives to ensure that applicants and employees ar e treated without regard to age, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, physical or mental handicap or veteran status (except for veterans preference), unless same is a bona fide occupational qualification. This includes, but is not limited to; employment, performance evaluation, promotion, demotion, transfer, recruitment, layoff, termination, compensation actions and all other Employee Services and Resources decisions and actions.

Positions are available to the public, Career Service Authority and Denver Health and Hospital Authority employees.

For more information about and/or to apply to any of the RMPDC opportunities above, please visit Denver Health’s Employment Site.