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Assist the Director of Internal Audit in the development and implementation a comprehensive annual audit plan assessing areas of risk and appraising their significance in relation to materiality and risk exposure. Identify internal control weaknesses, non- compliance with organization policies and/or laws and regulations, as well as opportunities to improve operational effectiveness. Make recommendation via audit reports and follow through to ensure implementation. Collaborate with administration to develop and implement corrective action plans. Assist in the preparation of informing the Audit and Corporate Responsibility Committee (ACRC) regarding audit results. Assist in writing policies and procedures relating to financial internal controls as needed.
Serve as Attending Veterinarian in the Office of Animal Care (OAC) and support the animal care and use program by providing veterinary care, in conjunction with the clinical veterinarian and veterinary technicians, to research animals including laboratory mice and rats, guinea pigs, rabbits, swine, wild rodents, and zebrafish. Regularly interact with colleagues fulfilling key regulatory responsibilities, the site Institutional Care and Use Committee (IACUC), and representatives of outside regulatory agencies including the USDA. Assure that the condition and care of the animal facility is in compliance with institutional standards and policies; local, state, and federal regulations; and AAALAC guidelines. Oversee the animal use training program by providing assistance with, and recommendations and training on, animal handling, laboratory techniques, sedation, analgesia, anesthesia, surgical and post-surgical care, and euthanasia. Provide diagnostic necropsy and coordinate pathological analysis of animals as needed. Oversee animal imports/exports and the sentinel program.
Assist the assigned division research team in the organization, implementation and completion of clinical research trials. Maintain regulatory documents; assist the Principal Investigator in the planning of protocol implementation and site initiation visits and routine monitoring of clinical studies. Along with the PI, ensure that research projects are conducted in compliance with federal regulations, institutional/departmental guidelines, and standards of Good Clinical Practice. This position has the flexibility of being 0.8 FTE (32 hours per week) - 1.0 FTE (40 hours per week) dependent on final candidate's interest.
The Pain Medicine Clinic team offers an outpatient, interdisciplinary approach to the assessment and treatment of children experiencing recurrent and chronic pain. Examples of such conditions include: complex regional pain syndrome, abdominal pain, headaches, musculoskeletal pain, neuropathic pain, and pain associated with disease processes or side effects of treatment. The Pain Medicine clinic also offers an intensive outpatient pain rehabilitation program for patients who have not had success with outpatient pain treatment. Our interdisciplinary team includes physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, social workers, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and acupuncture providers, all of who attend to the physical, emotional and social needs of our patients.
Provide outpatient physical therapy services at our North Clinic location in collaboration with patients, families, and treatment teams to support motor development, improve mobility and functional mobility outcomes for the patient. Applies the knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate care to the age-related needs of assigned patients.
We have day and night positions in the Acute Care Float Pool
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.
Coordinate patient encounters and provide patient support services to ensure that each customer encounter is positive, professional and efficient. Fulfill revenue cycle related requirements for optimal reimbursement. Duties may include: scheduling patient appointments, coordinating care with other services and minimizing access delays, processing incoming referrals, triaging patient telephone calls to appropriate resources, collecting and/or updating demographic and financial information, investigating pre-authorizations and approval for insurance, checking in patients, processing co-pays and patient charge documents, and establishing systems and resources to improve processes and efficiency of the patient experience.
Positions available include 1.0 FTE, 0.8FTE, 0.7FTE and temporary.
Provide physical therapy services in collaboration with patients, families, and treatment teams to support motor development, improve mobility and functional mobility outcomes for the patient. Applies the knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate care to the age-related needs of assigned patients.
Hope is in Your Hands
This is a phenomenal opportunity to join a first-class teaching, research and specialty care center dedicated to providing hope for the many children we are privileged to serve. As an Emergency Department RN, you will experience a compassionate, inclusive environment where you can grow your career and learn something new every day. We are one of the Northwest’s only pediatric hospitals to be awarded a Magnet designation and one of the Top 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker’s Hospital Review. Join us in making miracles happen every single day.
Who Are We?
- Our 38 exam rooms have been expanded in size and are arranged around central work stations to enhance staff visibility, teamwork and communication.
- A new process model dubbed The Dance will bring the entire primary care team all together at one time to ensure everyone is on the same page and enable care to move forward without delay based on a coordinated plan.
- Nurses collaborate with more than 30 pediatric specialties and to full and rapid access of facilities of our hospital including the operating rooms, MRI, CT scan, X-rays and other advanced diagnostic techniques.
- Our Emergency Department was awarded the Emergency Nurse’s Association Lantern Award. For our nurses the Lantern Award is a recognition that exemplifies exceptional nursing practice and innovative performance in the core areas of leadership, practice, education, advocacy, and research.
Making Miracles a Reality
Since 1907, we have remained committed to our mission to provide hope, care and cures to the children we treat, so they can live their healthiest and most fulfilled lives. Ranked one of the best children’s hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report, we aspire to be global leaders in pediatric care. Through evidence-based practice, groundbreaking research and cutting-edge treatments, we are proud to be the preeminent referral choice for children's care throughout our region.
- Relocation Bonus available for experienced ED RNs.
- Competitive Salaries
- Comprehensive Medical & Dental Insurance Plans
- Employee Health & Wellness Clinic
- Tuition Reimbursement & continuing education
- Generous Paid Time Off
- Day-Care Center
- Retirement Savings
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.
This position covers two related services, both involving Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). At the main hospital campus, duties include performing AAC assessment, treatment, and consultation for children with a range of medical diagnoses that include disorders of speech, language, cognitive or social communication. At the Seattle Children’s Autism Center, duties include providing speech and language evaluation, AAC assessment, treatment and consultation to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Additional responsibilities include support, training, and education to parents, families, caregivers and educators, other professionals and the community for evidenced-based AAC and Autism practices.
Provide for the spiritual, emotional, religious and educational needs of patients, their families, caregivers, staff and faculty.
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.
Seattle Children’s Pediatric Cardiology of Montana provides the highest-quality heart care to Montana’s children and young adults. Our clinic is located in Great Falls.
2510 Bobcat Way
Great Falls, MT 59405
Our providers live in Montana and are part of Seattle Children’s Heart Center, the most comprehensive pediatric heart care service in the Northwest. This means your child has access to all of Seattle Children’s services, from prenatal consultation to cardiac care for the young adult.
Services We Offer
In addition to general cardiology services and consultation for infants, children and young adults, we offer:
- Echocardiograms. including fetal echo
- Electrocardiograms (ECG/EKGs)
- Evaluation, monitoring and treatment for rhythm disturbances
- Treadmill testing
What you will do: Perform cardiac ultrasound examinations and provide sonographer support for physicians and clinics. Duties may be performed in an operating room, ICU, lab, or other, on location at an assigned region. May also involve relationship building and sonographer training to other hospitals in the area.
Optimize drug therapy for hematology/oncology clinic patients, including: provide medication counseling for newly diagnosed patients at time of hospital discharge, provide ongoing medication adherence support for families requiring assistance understanding their medication regimen, coordinate dispensing of oral investigational medications and counsel patients regarding appropriate use and possible side effects, review chemotherapy orders for accuracy prior to transcribing orders in clinical information system, assist with insurance approval for complex outpatient medication regimens, and provide education regarding drug therapy to patients and caregivers. Provide information to parents, patients, and staff concerning dosage, interactions, incompatibilities, adverse effects, administration, and appropriate use of medications. Apply the knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate interactions with staff, patients and families of all ages.
The research laboratory of Dr. Rimas Orentas in the Ben Towne Center for Childhood Cancer Research of the Seattle Children’s Research Institute is seeking 2 post-doctoral fellows interested in immune approaches to cancer therapy.
The final candidate will be based in the BTCCR and enjoy a highly interactive work environment, with significant shared resources at their disposal. The work we do is highly cross-disciplinary, intensely collaborative, and immensely impactful. Every advance we make in testing new concepts in cell therapy is designed to define the principles by which the immune system is able to detect and eliminate cancer.
We need a team member who will be motivated by the importance of this work to overcome highly challenging problems with innovative solutions, and who is versatile enough to handle working in, technologically speaking, a no-holds-barred environment.
Work will entail establishment and optimization of enhanced cellular analytics platforms in order to assess the quality and performance of new approaches to targeting tumor antigens and controlling the biological activity of effector lymphocyte populations using the emerging principles of synthetic biology and cell engineering as demonstrated through breakthrough advances in the production of chimeric antigen receptor systems beyond those currently used in clinical practice (CARs). According to the candidates strengths, projects will focus on: (a) advances cell biology and bioengineering of T cell populations, including in vitro and in vivo gene therapy approaches, or (b) bio-informatics intensive approaches to discovering tumor cell targets, and analyzing the behavior of T cells faced with the anti-immune microenvironment inherent in the tumor lesion. In addition to deep genetic analysis, flow cytometry, metabolic characterization, and immunological assays, at the cellular level, the ability to model immune-based or gene therapy-based investigations in animal model systems is a plus. In many cases the most effective and appropriate analyses for cell therapies are unknown and the candidate will work with the team to blaze new trails in the field. In addition, the ability to develop and perform in depth data processing methods is necessary for success in this position.
Supervise and provide leadership to the Patient Financial Specialist Team. Promote excellence in the daily financial counseling operations. Maintain a high level of expertise regarding external and internal funding programs. Model excellence in interactions with staff, patients and families who seek financial counseling services.
Great opportunity to join the Ambulatory leadership team and help guide, develop and support our wonderful staff. This role will be responsible for managing pediatric specialty clinics. While meeting continuous performance improvement, customer service, financial, and delivery requirements in support of Seattle Children’s mission, vision and values. In conjunction with the Clinic Chiefs and Directors, and other managers/supervisors on the Ambulatory Services leadership team, is responsible for the implementation of strategic initiatives for the medical clinics and Ambulatory Services. Direct reports include RNs, Charge Nurse and Supervisor, Medical Assistants.
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Diversity/Inclusion: We strive to maintain an atmosphere that reflects our values of inclusion by providing effective and respectful care compatible with each patient and family's beliefs, values and heritage
Commitment to Health/Wellness: Children's offers a full service health and wellness center offering free primary, preventive, and urgent care for Seattle Children's employees and a competitive benefits package.
Inclusion Networks: The Inclusion Network is Seattle Children's organizational resource group program. It is an interconnected community of Children's employees who are committed to the Inclusion Network mission and vision. Individual Networks include: Q Pod (LGBTQ) Network, Green Team (Sustainability) Network, Hola (Hispanic/Latino) Network, Indigenous Peoples Network, Parenting Network, Black and African Heritage Network.
Provide a wide range of highly complex administrative tasks. Responsibilities include the organization, prioritization and coordination of a 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; coordinating and monitoring budget preparation; auditing or reconciling financial statements and invoices; and managing workload required to complete projects. Duties will vary by department.
Parking & Valet Systems Manager
The role manages the valet, parking system and other roadway and pathway hardscape assets for all Seattle Children’s worksites with a focus on the hospital campus.
The Parking Manager will design and deliver best-in-class, customer-centric valet services to patients, families and visitors who are seeking treatment or services from Children’s emergency department and outpatient clinic; provide a safe, effective and pleasant experience for employees and customers using Seattle Children’s parking lots, roadways and pathways. This position will work with a range of internal leaders to develop and deliver support systems, countermeasures and capacity to optimize clinical demand flow.
Manage patient and family valet services for hospital campus:
Design, improve and implement a 24 hour, 7 day a week valet system [in house or vendor] that delivers value to patients and families visiting Seattle Children’s emergency department (ED)by creating a customer-centric first impression upon arriving at Seattle Children’s Hospital.