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Job ID/Req # 2021-40277
Provide a wide range of difficult to complex administrative tasks. Responsibilities include the organization, prioritization and coordination of a moderate to high volume of work including confidential information. Duties include exceptional customer service to customers and visitors; creating, typing, editing, and proofreading various department documents; creating and maintaining filing systems; scheduling meetings and arranging travel; entering, extracting, and analyzing data into reports and presentations; assisting in budget preparation; auditing or reconciling financial statements and invoices; and managing workload required to complete projects. Duties will vary by department. #LI-KR1
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Per Diem
FTE
Per Diem (hours per bi-weekly pay periods varies)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Job ID/Req # 2021-40269
Provides operational, quality improvement, and management consulting services related to nursing informatics needs across the organziation (inpatient, ambulatory, ED, Peri-op, PBMU, regional sites and Research as applicable. Plans, implements, and evaluates projects related to system development, operational and strategic planning, and policy development to improve quality of care. Provides leadership, expertise, education, program development, and consultation services to promote the standards of nursing practice. Works collaboratively with the Information Services (IS), Project Management Office (PMO), clinical leaders, management team and other health care professionals in the pursuit of better outcomes through the optimization of the electronic health record (EHR) and other innovative technology solutions (i.e. digital health, population health, patient safety and quality initiative work). Collaborates with leadership through process improvement using systems for daily improvement (SDI) methodology and supports program development and organizational mission and goals.
Location Name
70th & SPW Admin Offices
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Nursing Informatics & Training
Job ID/Req # 2021-40257
This role is critical to our innovation efforts, our data-based decision-making culture and the evolution of our day-to-day operations. The Technical Program Manager will report to the Manager of Web Services and: - Manage day-to-day hosting, development and security-related activities for our internal and external websites, auditing services to ensure they meet business needs and follow industry best practices. - Resolve hosting and application issues as needed. - Manage technical relationships with vendors and IT staff. - Lead the evaluation, development, implementation and ownership of new web technologies and services in partnership with the Web Services Manager and other technical and business project leaders. - Proactively manage programs, projects and project teams as identified by the Web Services Manager. - Lead intake and technical delivery of key team, organization and company-wide initiatives, owning documentation and delivery where needed. - Collaborate with clients and project teams to ensure progress is made on all commitments. - Consult with stakeholders on projects to provide high quality assessments on key performance indicators and other identifiable measures of success. - Own project progress, including operational risk and issue management updates, while keeping operations and projects strategically aligned with program, department and company goals. - Provide project plans and timely communications for any technical changes or innovations required, ensuring stakeholders are aware of changes and how they will be affected. - Document all standard operating procedures, ensuring programs and systems are in harmony. - Build collaborative relationships within Marketing and Communications and other departments through proactive actions. - Partner with clients and team members to make Web Services a model of teamwork, productivity and quality, advising on the "art of the possible" built around industry standards and continuous improvement best practices, as enabled through Seattle Children’s values of compassion, excellence, integrity, collaboration, equity and innovation.
Location Name
818 Stewart
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
IT - Administration
Job ID/Req # 2021-40254
Provides competency assessment of inpatient pharmacy technicians and pharmacists for USP 797. Provides pharmacy technician competency assessment for USP 795, USP 800, and Washington PQAC regulatory requirements including specialized funtion certification. Provides leadership through performance improvement and supports program development, organizational mission and goals. Maintains competence as an inpatient pharmacy technician. The competency technician may spend time on all shifts and weekends providing ongoing staff assessment.
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day/Evening Shift
Department
Pharmacy
Job ID/Req # 2021-40251
Assist in the delivery of pediatric dental care. Apply the knowledge and skill necessary to provide appropriate interactions with staff, patients and families of all ages.
Location Name
Odessa Brown Children's Clinic
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
OBCC Central Dental Clinic
Job ID/Req # 2021-40250
Cohort dates: November 1, 2021 December 6, 2021   Provide age appropriate coaching and supervision to patients and families while hospitalized on the Inpatient Psychiatric Unit. Commitment to providing interventions which are non-punitive in an effort to support our seclusion/restraint free environment. Must be able to present in a non defensive stance when working with peers, patients and families while constantly self reflecting in order to grow and develop professionally. Work in an environment where the pace is very fast and the challenges are constant.   #LI-JS2
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Regular
FTE
0.8 FTE (64 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day/Evening/Night Shift
Department
Psychiatric Unit
Job ID/Req # 2021-40244
As an integral member of the Health Care Team, the RN functions within the Scope of Practice as defined by the State, the ANA Scope and Standards for Pediatric Nursing Practice, and adheres to Seattle Children’s policies/procedures and guidelines of care. Responsible for providing safe, family centered patient care. Using the Nursing Care Process, the RN is responsible for assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating patient care in a collaborative method with the patient and patient’s family, significant others, and members of the health care team. May be required to provide supervision and delegation of tasks to Nurse Technicians, Licensed Practical Nurses, Certified Medical Assistants, and others as defined by the State Administrative Code. Assists in meeting Seattle Children’s strategic goals by incorporating the initiatives to support the strategic plans into the daily work, i.e. Continuous Performance Improvement (CPI), ART, etc. In accordance with House Bill 1155 (effective January 1, 2020), the following areas have clinical unpredictable needs and as a result will have a call obligation within their nursing positions: Apheresis, Cardiac Cath Lab, Dialysis, ECMO, Home Care Services, Imaging Services (including GI Procedures), Perioperative Services, and Transplant Coordinators.
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Anesthesia Medical Admin
Job ID/Req # 2021-40242
Perform individualized patient procedures, treatment and tests. Perform associated clerical tasks including chart preparation, stocking clinic supplies and answering telephones. Provide advanced assistance with medical clinic operations and monitoring of clinic flow.   Position may also work at the Everett location.   #LI-SK1
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Regular
FTE
0.9 FTE (72 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day/Evening Shift
Department
Cardiology Clinic
Job ID/Req # 2021-40236
About Torbett Lab and projects   The laboratory of Dr. Bruce E. Torbett (www.torbettlab.org) is looking for a Senior Post Doctoral Fellow to work on projects related to the Structural and Biophysical Interactions of HIV Gag/Gag-Pol polyproteins with their host cell proteins during viral trafficking and assembly. This work aims to investigate how HIV co-opts cellular host machinery during active infection and identify the composition, dynamics, and function of novel host-viral interfaces that can be modulated for new therapeutic strategies. This work involves studies utilizing proximity labeling and quantitative proteomics, along with biochemical and virological validation of candidate cellular factors using CRISPR/Cas9 knockouts and confocal imaging techniques. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Biochemistry or related field with documented experience (work or academic) in Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics to identify host-factors of microbial infections, along with experience in target validation using relevant in vivo and in vitro assays.   The group works as a highly dynamic and interactive team and is part of the Center for Immunity and Immunotherapies (CIIT) of Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI). Our studies are funded through a number of grants from the NIH (including the flagship HIVE Center). You will have the opportunity to interact and form collaborations with CIIT, SCRI and HIVE Center Investigators, as well as with collaborators throughout the Seattle area (University of Washington, Fred Hutch)   Seattle Children’s Research Institute and Torbett Lab offer competitive salaries,  relocation assistance (if/as applicable), in addition to eligibility to a competitive benefits package as a full time employee   About the Position - - Develop scientific skills as appropriate for this training position as a postdoctoral fellow - Meet with Principal Investigator on a regular basis to discuss proposed/ongoing studies, discuss implications of findings, and provide insights into new research directions - Run research projects in an independent manner with oversight from Principal Investigator - Write manuscripts, present data at national and international conferences - Assist PI in writing progress reports, grant proposals, protocols as relevant to the postdoctoral fellow training - Protocol development and review - Excellent communication and writing skills - Develop additional scientific skills as appropriate and carry out research/development activities of assigned research projects.  - Ability to learn and apply new technologies and skills
Location Name
Jack R MacDonald Building
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Immunity & Immunotherapies
Job ID/Req # 2021-40235
About Torbett Lab and projects   The laboratory of Dr. Bruce E. Torbett (www.torbettlab.org) is looking for a Senior Post Doctoral Fellow to work on projects related to the Structural and Biophysical Interactions of HIV Gag/Gag-Pol polyproteins with their host cell proteins during viral trafficking and assembly. This work aims to investigate how HIV co-opts cellular host machinery during active infection and identify the composition, dynamics, and function of novel host-viral interfaces that can be modulated for new therapeutic strategies. This work involves studies utilizing proximity labeling and quantitative proteomics, along with biochemical and virological validation of candidate cellular factors using CRISPR/Cas9 knockouts and confocal imaging techniques. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Biochemistry or related field with documented experience (work or academic) in Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics to identify host-factors of microbial infections, along with experience in target validation using relevant in vivo and in vitro assays.   The group works as a highly dynamic and interactive team and is part of the Center for Immunity and Immunotherapies (CIIT) of Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI). Our studies are funded through a number of grants from the NIH (including the flagship HIVE Center). You will have the opportunity to interact and form collaborations with CIIT, SCRI and HIVE Center Investigators, as well as with collaborators throughout the Seattle area (University of Washington, Fred Hutch)   Seattle Children’s Research Institute and Torbett Lab offer competitive salaries,  relocation assistance (if/as applicable), in addition to eligibility to a competitive benefits package as a full time employee   About the Position - - Develop scientific skills as appropriate for this training position as a postdoctoral fellow - Meet with Principal Investigator on a regular basis to discuss proposed/ongoing studies, discuss implications of findings, and provide insights into new research directions - Run research projects in an independent manner with oversight from Principal Investigator - Write manuscripts, present data at national and international conferences - Assist PI in writing progress reports, grant proposals, protocols as relevant to the postdoctoral fellow training - Protocol development and review - Excellent communication and writing skills - Develop additional scientific skills as appropriate and carry out research/development activities of assigned research projects.  - Ability to learn and apply new technologies and skills
Location Name
Jack R MacDonald Building
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Immunity & Immunotherapies
Job ID/Req # 2021-40234
About Torbett Lab and Projects   The laboratory of Dr. Bruce E. Torbett (www.torbettlab.org) is looking for a Senior Postdoctoral Fellow to work on Immune Signaling Pathways involved in HIV entry. This work aims to investigate how opioids (and other immune modulators) affect HIV entry and latency, with particular focus on signaling pathways involved in host restriction and viral reactivation. This work also includes focus on the molecular mechanisms for HIV transport through the Nuclear Pore Complex, with insights of novel host-viral interfaces being translatable to new therapeutic strategies. This work involves studies of immune signaling pathways during active HIV infection in primary cells using Molecular Virology approaches. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Virology or related field, with documented experience (work or academic) using standard virology approaches to investigate immune-signaling dynamics.   The group works as a highly dynamic and interactive team and is part of the Center for Immunity and Immunotherapies (CIIT) of Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI). Our studies are funded through a number of grants from the NIH (including the flagship HIVE Center). You will have the opportunity to interact and form collaborations with CIIT, SCRI and HIVE Center Investigators, as well as with collaborators throughout the Seattle area (University of Washington, Fred Hutch)   Seattle Children’s Research Institute and Torbett Lab offer competitive salaries,  relocation assistance (if/as applicable), in addition to eligibility to a competitive benefits package as a full time employee.   About the Position - - Develop scientific skills as appropriate for this training position as a postdoctoral fellow - Meet with Principal Investigator on a regular basis to discuss proposed/ongoing studies, discuss implications of findings, and provide insights into new research directions - Run research projects in an independent manner with oversight from Principal Investigator - Write manuscripts, present data at national and international conferences - Assist PI in writing progress reports, grant proposals, protocols as relevant to the postdoctoral fellow training - Protocol development and review - Excellent communication and writing skills - Develop additional scientific skills as appropriate and carry out research/development activities of assigned research projects
Location Name
Jack R MacDonald Building
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Immunity & Immunotherapies
Job ID/Req # 2021-40233
  About Torbett Lab and Projects   The laboratory of Dr. Bruce E. Torbett (www.torbettlab.org) is looking for a Research Scientist III to be a workstream leader in projects related to Immune Signaling Pathways involved in HIV entry. This work aims to investigate how opioids (and other immune modulators) affect HIV entry and latency, with particular focus on signaling pathways involved in host restriction and viral reactivation. This work also includes focus on the molecular mechanisms for HIV transport through the Nuclear Pore Complex, with insights of novel host-viral interfaces being translatable to new therapeutic strategies. This work involves setting up and managing studies of immune signaling pathways during active HIV infection in primary cells using Molecular Virology approaches. Ideal Candidate will have a Ph.D. in Virology or related field, with documented experience using standard virology approaches to investigate immune-signaling dynamics.   The group works as a highly dynamic and interactive team and is part of the Center for Immunity and Immunotherapies (CIIT) of Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI). Our studies are funded through a number of grants from the NIH (including the flagship HIVE Center). You will have the opportunity to interact and form collaborations with CIIT, SCRI and HIVE Center Investigators, as well as with collaborators throughout the Seattle area (University of Washington, Fred Hutch)   Seattle Children’s Research Institute and Torbett Lab offer competitive salaries,  relocation assistance (if/as applicable), in addition to eligibility to a competitive benefits package as a full time employee.   About the Position - Implement and run a workstream in an autonomous manner in close coordination with Principal Investigator (PI) - Development/Writing of Grants and Funding Opportunities - Meet with Principal Investigator on a regular basis to discuss proposed/ongoing studies, discuss implications of findings, and provide insights into new research directions - Within the area of expertise, actively support Principal Investigator in training and supervising of Post-Doctoral Fellows, Graduate Students, and Technicians - Run research projects in an independent manner - Write manuscripts, present data at national and international conferences - Assist PI in writing progress reports, grant proposals, protocols - Protocol development and review - Excellent communication and writing skills - Develop additional scientific skills as appropriate for the research project and carry out research/development activities of assigned research projects. - Ability to learn and apply new technologies and skills -  
Location Name
Jack R MacDonald Building
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Immunity & Immunotherapies
Job ID/Req # 2021-40232
About Torbett Lab and Projects   The laboratory of Dr. Bruce E. Torbett (www.torbettlab.org) is looking for a Research Scientist III to be a workstream leader in projects related to Immune Signaling Pathways involved in HIV entry. This work aims to investigate how opioids (and other immune modulators) affect HIV entry and latency, with particular focus on signaling pathways involved in host restriction and viral reactivation. This work also includes focus on the molecular mechanisms for HIV transport through the Nuclear Pore Complex, with insights of novel host-viral interfaces being translatable to new therapeutic strategies. This work involves setting up and managing studies of immune signaling pathways during active HIV infection in primary cells using Molecular Virology approaches. Ideal Candidate will have a Ph.D. in Virology or related field, with documented experience using standard virology approaches to investigate immune-signaling dynamics.   The group works as a highly dynamic and interactive team and is part of the Center for Immunity and Immunotherapies (CIIT) of Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI). Our studies are funded through a number of grants from the NIH (including the flagship HIVE Center). You will have the opportunity to interact and form collaborations with CIIT, SCRI and HIVE Center Investigators, as well as with collaborators throughout the Seattle area (University of Washington, Fred Hutch)   Seattle Children’s Research Institute and Torbett Lab offer competitive salaries,  relocation assistance (if/as applicable), in addition to eligibility to a competitive benefits package as a full time employee.   About the Position - Implement and run a workstream in an autonomous manner in close coordination with Principal Investigator (PI) - Development/Writing of Grants and Funding Opportunities - Meet with Principal Investigator on a regular basis to discuss proposed/ongoing studies, discuss implications of findings, and provide insights into new research directions - Within the area of expertise, actively support Principal Investigator in training and supervising of Post-Doctoral Fellows, Graduate Students, and Technicians - Run research projects in an independent manner - Write manuscripts, present data at national and international conferences - Assist PI in writing progress reports, grant proposals, protocols - Protocol development and review - Excellent communication and writing skills - Develop additional scientific skills as appropriate for the research project and carry out research/development activities of assigned research projects. - Ability to learn and apply new technologies and skills
Location Name
Jack R MacDonald Building
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Immunity & Immunotherapies
Job ID/Req # 2021-40231
About the Torbett Lab and Projects   The laboratory of Dr. Bruce E. Torbett (www.torbettlab.org) is looking for a Research Scientist III to be a workstream leader in projects related to Immune Signaling Pathways involved in HIV entry. This work aims to investigate how opioids (and other immune modulators) affect HIV entry and latency, with particular focus on signaling pathways involved in host restriction and viral reactivation. This work also includes focus on the molecular mechanisms for HIV transport through the Nuclear Pore Complex, with insights of novel host-viral interfaces being translatable to new therapeutic strategies. This work involves setting up and managing studies of immune signaling pathways during active HIV infection in primary cells using Molecular Virology approaches. Ideal Candidate will have a Ph.D. in Virology or related field, with documented experience using standard virology approaches to investigate immune-signaling dynamics.   The group works as a highly dynamic and interactive team and is part of the Center for Immunity and Immunotherapies (CIIT) of Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI). Our studies are funded through a number of grants from the NIH (including the flagship HIVE Center). You will have the opportunity to interact and form collaborations with CIIT, SCRI and HIVE Center Investigators, as well as with collaborators throughout the Seattle area (University of Washington, Fred Hutch)   Seattle Children’s Research Institute and Torbett Lab offer competitive salaries,  relocation assistance (if/as applicable), in addition to eligibility to a competitive benefits package as a full time employee.   About the Position - Implement and run a workstream in an autonomous manner in close coordination with Principal Investigator (PI) - Development/Writing of Grants and Funding Opportunities - Meet with Principal Investigator on a regular basis to discuss proposed/ongoing studies, discuss implications of findings, and provide insights into new research directions - Within the area of expertise, actively support Principal Investigator in training and supervising of Post-Doctoral Fellows, Graduate Students, and Technicians - Run research projects in an independent manner - Write manuscripts, present data at national and international conferences - Assist PI in writing progress reports, grant proposals, protocols - Protocol development and review - Excellent communication and writing skills - Develop additional scientific skills as appropriate for the research project and carry out research/development activities of assigned research projects. - Ability to learn and apply new technologies and skills
Location Name
Jack R MacDonald Building
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Immunity & Immunotherapies
Job ID/Req # 2021-40230
About the Torbett Lab and Projects   The laboratory of Dr. Bruce E. Torbett (www.torbettlab.org) is looking for a Research Scientist I to support ongoing studies on the pathways utilized by HIV for entry and nuclear import, and on the role of cellular proteins participating in immature HIV Gag and Gag-Pol cellular trafficking and assembly. The basic virology insights gleaned from these studies inform our gene therapy work on improving Lentiviral Vector gene delivery to hematopoietic stem cells and leukocytes. Primary responsibility for this position will be running routine assays to support lab members in various projects and assisting Lab Manager with lab maintenance responsibilities. This is an ideal position for those considering graduate school in a related field or medical school in the near future (up to two years). The group works as a highly dynamic and interactive team and is part of the Center for Immunity and Immunotherapies (CIIT) of Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI). Our studies are funded through a number of grants from the NIH (including the flagship HIVE Center). You will have the opportunity to interact and form collaborations with CIIT, SCRI and HIVE Center Investigators, as well as with collaborators throughout the Seattle area (University of Washington, Fred Hutch) Seattle Children’s Research Institute and Torbett Lab offer competitive salaries,  relocation assistance (if/as applicable), in addition to eligibility to a competitive benefits package as a full time employee.   About the Position   Overall responsibilities include working with the Principal Investigator, as well as independently, on the planning, design, execution, trouble-shooting, and interpretation of experiments; makes detailed observations, records data and presents results; assists post docs and fellows in the day-to-day activities and interprets experiments related to assigned projects. The Research Scientist will spend the majority of their time making contributions to on-going laboratory projects, requiring the ability to use independent judgment to address tasks and projects, and will identify and refine existing procedures and practices. This position requires significant individual initiative and motivation to learn and understand both existing and new scientific methods and knowledge.    
Location Name
Jack R MacDonald Building
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Immunity & Immunotherapies
Job ID/Req # 2021-40229
The Program Coordinator III is responsible for facilitating activities associated with a specific complex program or group of complex programs in a specialty/functional area including scheduling, coordination of communication, data management, document preparation, and process improvement. Supports development and maintenance of related tools, policies, training materials, and methods/procedures for communication and coordination with internal teams, external departments, and community providers, payers and agencies. Works in collaboration with the Program Manager and other program staff to help to implement the program’s objectives in support of identified goals and the continuous improvement process. Partners with the program team to implement operational solutions. Responsible for ensuring effective communication among stakeholders and program staff. Facilitates interdepartmental activities, ensuring ongoing effective program operation and/or implementation. Oversees a moderate to high volume of complex work in support of the program. This level performs work under limited supervision with independent judgment required.
Location Name
Odessa Brown Children's Clinic
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day/Evening Shift
Department
Odessa Brown Administration
Job ID/Req # 2021-40225
Performs housekeeping and related activities with the focus on patient exam and inpatient rooms, surgery, utilities, and the general environment. Responsible for continuously demonstrating proficiency in basic cleaning skills used in patient, staff, office, clinic, or visitor areas. Routinely demonstrates both knowledge and skill in the safe use of chemicals, equipment, cleaning techniques and infection control methods necessary to maintain the departments established quality standards. Demonstrates ability to speak, write, and understand English. Demonstrates competence in the safe handling and removal of medical and hazardous waste.   #LI-NC1
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Evening Shift
Department
Environmental Services
Job ID/Req # 2021-40224
Collaborate with members of the assigned division research team in the organization (intensive care unit), implementation and completion of clinical research trials. Create and maintain regulatory documents; organize protocol implementation and site initiation visits; and conduct routine monitoring of clinical studies. Ensure that research projects are conducted in compliance with federal regulations, institutional policies/departmental guidelines and standards of Good Clinical Practice. This is a full time position with expectations for some scheduling flexibility to consent and enroll patients that might occur at night and on weekends, that will be shared among other team members and required only in the event of urgent time lines and/or short enrollment windows per protocol. There is an opportunity for some flexibility.  
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Cardiac Services
Job ID/Req # 2021-40222
Provide timely, effective, and thorough customer service to Anatomic Pathologists, pathology referral sources, hospital staff, patient families, and others based on Children’s service standards. Coordinate tasks that support complete, accurate and timely processing of anatomic pathology health information and other materials for use by healthcare providers at medical case conferences. Transcribe and edit dictated complex surgical anatomic pathology medical reports. Facilitate the Outside Consults (OC) flow of tissue blocks, anatomic pathology microscope slides and medical and billing information to and from other hospital laboratories. Facilitate both in-house and consultation autopsy service reporting and logistics. Participate in process improvement efforts aimed at improving flow of pathology services.
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Anatomic Pathology
Job ID/Req # 2021-40215
This position is eligible for a $3k sign-on bonus for qualified external applicants!   Perform laboratory testing and provide results to clinicians.
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Chemistry