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Seattle Children's is looking for a dynamic Nurse Manager for the Emergency Department. We have a 38 bed ED which sees a wide variety of very complex and highly acute cases. Our team is proud to have been granted two consecutive Lantern Awards by the Emergency Nurses Association.
This is a full time, exempt position.
This is an Evening shift position and 80% of hours will start at 3pm.
Candidates relocating from out of state will be eligible for relocation assistance.
The Nurse manager:
- Collaborates with Director, Clinical Director, Physicians and clinical staff to manage, assess and enhance the provision of patient care services within the Emergency Department on a 24/7 basis to meet continuous quality improvement, customer service, programmatic growth and financial requirements supporting the mission of Seattle Children’s Hospital.
- Develops, implements and monitors staffing plans, scheduling and staff development to meet current and anticipated needs and to maintain compliance with patient safety and regulatory requirements.
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.
Delivers medications to patient care areas, prepares medication prepacks, performs clerical duties, checks medication stock for expiration, maintains cleanliness of drug storage.
Secondary if needed: receives and restocks pharmaceutical products, maintains and audits established inventory control processes, and assists the pharmacy purchasers to insure that medications are available to meet patient and family needs.
- We're hiring for a RN to join Seattle Children’s Home Care Infusion Services Team is based out of the Bothell Home Care location.
- This position can be 0.875 FTE or 1.0 FTE, depending on applicant choice. 10 hour shifts.
- Nurses provide patient and caregiver infusion-based education, direct care for central line dressing changes and lab draws, PIV placement in conjunction with administration of in-home medication infusions, and phone triage for troubleshooting infusion related questions.
- This position is part of an interdisciplinary team that will create individualized care plans and monitor patient progress toward goals. Requires close collaboration with the patient and caregivers, providers, and other members of the care team to support care across the continuum. Participation in rotating on-call support for weekends and holidays is required.
- Assists in meeting Seattle Children's strategic goals by incorporating the initiatives to support strategic plans into the daily work using techniques of continuous improvement and innovation.
- Commute to and from main hospital campus and patient homes within patient service area is required. Mileage reimbursement provided per policy.
- 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.
The Sather lab is recruiting an energetic, self-motivated postdoctoral scientist to study immune responses to HIV-1 vaccination, both mRNA and recombinant Envelope. Our lab is fast-paced and action-oriented, and offers an interactive and highly integrated environment. Studies include serological analyses, immune cell phenotyping, and B cell receptor repertoire analysis with NGS approaches. Prior background in immunology a plus, as is experience in molecular biology, NGS approaches, and flow cytometry. Our goal is to understand how immunogen formulation, vaccination route, and antigen type influence vaccination outcomes, with an emphasis on using cutting edge, high throughput technologies.
The post-doctoral fellow will develop scientific skills as appropriate for this level of training position, and carry out research/development activities in support of assigned research projects. Responsibilities include protocol development and review, data collection and analysis, manuscript and fellowship application preparation, and training in the conduct of clinical trials and research.
The Sather lab is hiring for studies involving understanding B cell responses to vaccination for HIV-1 and Malaria. Experience with flow cytometry, Next Generation Sequencing (or antigen receptor sequencing), and molecular biology are all highly desired. Our lab is highly interactive and integrated, with a fast-paced collaborative environment.
This is a unique type of position that requires significant individual initiative and motivation to learn and understand both existing and new scientific methods and knowledge. The Research Scientist will be given the opportunity and be responsible for conducting independent and creative research related to the overall mission of the laboratory. 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).
Overall responsibilities include acquiring an in-depth understanding of the field in which they are working, and working with the PI, 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. The incumbent may also participate in the management of a small rodent colony.
Provide the centralized receipt, process, storage, and distribution services for the Research Institute Campus: inventory/tag capital equipment; and inventory/reorder some stocked goods and office supplies. Manage incoming and outgoing mail, including collection, sorting, postage and delivery between Research Campus buildings. Assist with glass wash services and receiving as needed. Process Research access control keycards.
$3,000 Sign-On Bonus Eligible!
Seattle Children's is currently expanding our hospital's clinical space which will allow us to treat more patients to meet the growing demand for our services in the region, and we need great Pharmacy Technicians to help support our growing campus!
Provide technical support and assistance to pharmacy staff under supervision of a clinical pharmacist and following established procedures. Prepare, distribute, and deliver medications. Control inventory, provide customer service, perform data entry, and perform record keeping functions.
May 2022 Cohort
Application deadline: January 24, 2022
To be considered for this cohort you must have taken and passed your boards by the application closing date.
Under the supervision of clinical mentors, the APP Fellow is a limited term 12 month position that will consist of precepted clinical practice, didactic sessions, and simulation skills training. The Fellow will provide direct care and assume increasing responsibility for clinical management of patients in a variety of patient care settings. In precepted practice, the Fellow will learn to obtain patient histories, perform physical examinations, order, perform, and interpret diagnostic tests, prescribe medications, and develop treatment plans. The Fellow will participate in case management and continuing care. The Fellow will learn to collaborate, refer, and consult with department attending physicians, specialists, and other members of the health care team to deliver effective, efficient, safe, and high quality care. Other learning opportunities, such as case presentations and participation in group projects will be expected.
Maintain, inspect, repair, and install hospital electrical equipment, and communication systems. Includes emergency generators and associated switchgear and support equipment, 480 volt and lower distribution equipment including motor control centers, and automatic transfer switches and control devices such as Variable Frequency drive units. Also responsible for installation of new circuitry for lighting and convenience circuits.
Pharmacists provide pharmaceutical care for a wide range of pediatric patients. Responsibilities include attending multidisciplinary rounds, managing TPN and anticoagulation under prescriptive authority protocols, collaborating on development of guidelines of care, precepting residents and pharmacy students, order verification, drug distribution, pharmacokinetic monitoring, staff supervision and providing drug information and educational presentations to medical professionals.
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. #LI-SK1
Collaborate with Director, Clinical Director, Physicians and clinical staff to manage, assess and enhance the provision of patient care services on a 24/7 basis to meet continuous quality improvement, customer service, programmatic growth and financial requirements supporting the mission of Seattle Children’s Hospital. Develop, implement and monitor staffing plans, scheduling and staff development to meet current and anticipated needs and to maintain compliance with patient safety and regulatory requirements.
The RN Care Manager works to improve the health of and reduce the cost of care for children. The Care Manager is responsible for assuring program-specific transitional care, ED visit follow up, and PCP co-management strategies are implemented for eligible families at the most appropriate site of care, including hospital, home, school and PCP office. Interventions include enrollment and risk assessment of target population, development and implementation of shared care plans and coordination of care, staff/physician education related to the care coordination process. patient advocacy, promotion of a collaborative practice model, appropriate use of resources, and patient/family education. Partners with PCP practices to promote collaborative management, proactive communication and oversight of adherence to expected patient treatment plans and outcomes, and engagement of patients and families. Supports the data collection and outcomes tracking of individual patients and the program overall.
Has responsibility, in collaboration with the health care team and family, for the coordination of care for specific patient populations from admission through discharge. This includes advocacy, accountability for achievement of identified outcomes in a timely manner, promotion of a collaborative practice, appropriate use of resources, facilitation of timely discharge, and coordination of discharge planning, resource acquisition, and patient/family education. This is accomplished through initial and ongoing assessment, active participation in the care planning process, and collaboration with the team and community providers. Supports staff/physician education related to the care coordination process.
Transport staff and clients to the hospital and between various off-site work locations and parking lots in a prompt, friendly, and safe manner; document passenger’s usage of shuttle services via on-board card reader or manually. Responsible for the safe transportation of Seattle Children’s staff, patients, families, and professional associates to various work locations and parking lots, or to special events, using vehicles designed to transport at least 14 passengers. Provide excellent customer service. Demonstrate professional driving skills at all times.
Supervise the staff and supply, equipment and distribution functions of the Supply Chain Materials Handlers. Manage inventory to provide most cost-effective levels and space utilization without compromising service expectations. Support deman flow operations including system updates and changes
Provides mental health assessment and treatment services to children, adolescents, and families with serious developmental, emotional, and behavioral difficulties (and possible co-morbid chronic medical conditions) who present to the emergency department in a manner that is evidence-based, cost-effective, and results in movement toward resolution of the crisis impacting the child and family’s functioning.
Maintain adequate levels of non-implant related supplies in the OR. Responsible for ordering, restocking and monitoring carts and supply items supporting the Operating Rooms. Resource person in the OR core and is available to staff as a materials resource.
Provide hospital units and staff with centralized receipt, storage, & distribution service for supplies, linen and equipment required to meet patient and family needs.