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Perform diagnostic MRI exams in a pediatric setting.
The Cook II is responsible for preparing food products utilizing basic and advanced cooking techniques, standard recipes and plating guidelines; and meeting production schedules in accordance with health, safety and sanitary procedures. This position is responsible for production, storage, and ensuring proper utilization of food and supplies within the kitchen to meet the diverse needs of our patients, families, and staff. Maintains organization and cleanliness of equipment, supplies, and work areas throughout the shift. Participates in improvement work, recipe and menu development, showcases culinary skills and products, and performs related tasks as required.
Perform laboratory testing and provide results to clinicians.
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.
The Program Coordinator I is responsible for coordinating activities associated with a specific program or group of programs in a specialty/functional area including scheduling, coordination of communication, data management, document preparation, and process improvement. 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. Responsible for ensuring effective communication among stakeholders and program staff. Coordinates scheduling of program activities and staff and assists in maintaining data on the program’s effectiveness. Coordinates interdepartmental activities ensuring ongoing effective program operation and/or implementation. Responsible for the organization, prioritization and coordination of a moderate to high volume of complex work in support of the program.
The Lactation Consultant is responsible for providing safe, family centered patient care by assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating lactation plans for the mother-infant breastfeeding dyad, as well as for the pumping mother, and is fully collaborative with the mother, patient, patient’s family, significant others, and members of the health care team.
The Lactation Consultant demonstrates specialized knowledge and clinical expertise in breastfeeding and human lactation.
As an integral member of the Health Care Team, the Lactation Consultant functions within the Scope of Practice as defined by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE) and follows Standards of Practice as defined by their professional association, International Lactation Consultant Association, and adheres to Seattle Children’s policies, procedures, and guidelines of care.
Work in Dr. Sodora’s laboratory focuses on understanding how the immune system is fights off and is influenced by infectious diseases that cause sickness and death in the US and around the world. Infectious diseases we study include HIV, SIV (simian immunodeficiency virus), Mycobacteria and SARS-CoV-2.
To conduct experimental procedures as part of ongoing research projects assessing infectious diseases and immune responses. Collect, verify and record data; compile information in support of research. Will report to a senior research scientist in the Sodora laboratory.
Coordinate and assist with implementation of marketing, communications, advertising, sponsorship, health education, and/or other related projects and special events. Support the Hospital's mission and strategic initiatives, and the Marketing and Communications division's goals and objectives.
• Participate in departmental planning activities including setting goals, objectives, timelines, and budget preparation.
• Maintain, organize, and manage materials and information for tracking and distribution. Manage supply inventory and order, copy, and print as needed to maintain par levels. Facilitate timely reviews of materials for current accuracy
• Coordinate and respond to requests from internal and external customers for information and materials distribution.
• Create, edit, and proofread a variety of marketing and communications correspondence, memos, reports, policies, forms, presentations, and other printed or electronic materials.
• Is responsible for budget management processes and maintaining budget accuracy – to include processing invoices and check requests, collecting cash funds, auditing and reconciling financial statements for approval by budget owner, and monitoring expense reports.
• Coordinate with Web Services in support of maintaining and updating the department’s online presence through CHILD and the internet.
This is a partially grant-funded position that is responsible for coordinating the Kohl's Helmet Safety Program at Seattle Children's. Position duties and responsibilities include the following:
• Coordinate and staff Seattle Children’s presence at designated community events. Organize logistics with community event organizers, such as tables, booth location, logos, community served, etc. Assure that the most appropriate materials, health and safety messages and giveaways are brought to various events.
• Drive the Health and Safety Van to events and coordinate van logistics (maintenance schedules, reservations, pick up and drop off guidelines) in collaboration with Transportation and other departments and /or event coordinators.
• Recruit, train, and manage volunteers for the Kohl's Helmet Safety Program including volunteer stipends and acknowledgement.
• Promote events (including paid advertising and community calendars). Work with MarComm staff and outside partners to ensure events are well-promoted.
• Assist with grant related responsibilities, including: grant application writing, reporting and evaluation, data gathering, invoices and budget tracking.
In addition, this role will support Seattle Children’s Community Classes including maintaining and updating an online class registration system, responding to class inquiries from families via email and phone, using promotion efforts to ensure classes are filled and providing web updates.
This position requires some weekend and evenings.
For insurance purposes, the person must be 21 in order to drive the Health and Safety van.
The Gender Program Care Coordinator (CC) partners with the Plastic Surgery Gender clinic providers and the health care team to facilitate care coordination and health care system navigation for patients and families. Assist with referrals to identified organizational and community resources. As required, participate in dedicated Plastic Surgery gender clinics, based on schedule set by providers. Schedule and coordinate follow up appointments, coordinate scheduling of follow up studies and procedures, and facilitate communication with Primary Care Providers (PCPs), gender affirmation providers, geneticists, and mental health experts. Outside of clinic, the Gender Program Care Coordinator will triage referrals, review letters of medical readiness, assist with outreach efforts, facilitate the Advisory Board and other groups, and assist families with case management such as working with insurance companies or finding community resources for families.
Project Manager The Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI) is a Seattle-based
non-profit research organization committed to making transformative
scientific advances that lead to the prevention, treatment and cures
of infectious diseases impacting children and families around the
world. We are a cross-disciplinary group of ~150 researchers
(20 faculty and research groups) including physicians, biologists and
computational biologists all using the latest technologies in an
interdisciplinary effort to better understand how the body fights
infections and diseases. That understanding is being applied against
a wide range of infectious diseases, with a focus on the need for
effective vaccines against SARS-COV-2, mycobacteria,
nontuberculous mycobacteria, HIV, Dengue, group B Strep,
plasmodia and trypanosomes. SCRI’s leadership in the global health
community extends to international alliances and partnerships with
pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, universities, research
institutes, governments, and public health organizations. We are
recruiting a motivated project manager to work collaboratively with
the Coler Lab Team and external funders.
• Work with PI, research staff and administrators to develop project plans and revise them as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements
• Develop project timelines and milestones using appropriate tools
• Track project milestones, deliverables, risks, and day-to-day operational aspects of projects
• Coordinate the development of progress reports and presentations
• Present project status on timeline, budget, deliverables, and milestones to senior leadership
• Liaise with project stakeholders and external collaborators on an ongoing basis
• Coordinate transfer of materials between internal and external stakeholders
• Hold regular status meetings with project teams to include preparing and distributing agendas, data documents, and meeting minutes
• Keep project team well informed of upcoming milestones, changes, and general news
• Review project expenses, develop and track budgets, and provide support to finance department and scientific teams on budget management
• Assist PI and work with Center Business Operations for submission of new grant and contract proposals
• Work with SCRI legal team members and external partners to draft and execute CDA, MTA, CRADA, Service Agreements and/or other legal contracts central to a project
• Three to eight years of experience as a project manager in research and development of therapeutics, vaccines, or diagnostics, global health, or experience in GLP/Clinical operations
• Bachelor’s degree with emphasis on science, project management, or related field
• Ability to work independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment
• Ability to prioritize activities and skilled at getting teams to set and/or meet deadlines
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Strong organizational skills including knowledge management, file management, and time management
• Proficient in MS Project and MS Office Suite
• Strong interpersonal skills with an ability to elicit, without formal authority, cooperation from a wide variety of sources and stakeholders, both internal and external to the organization
• Experience working with international time zones and setting meeting agendas
• Ability to learn, understand, and apply new technologies
• Self-starter who takes initiative to drive projects forward
• PMP certification or project management certificate
• MS/PhD degree
• Familiar with legal agreements and intellectual property rights
• A scientific background plus experience in biotech, pharmaceuticals, or global health
Manage interpreters and translators in a manner that meets continuous quality improvement, customer service, financial, and delivery requirements that support the mission of Seattle Children's. Ensure optimal delivery of interpreter and translated services to patients, families and staff. Direct reports include interpreters and translators and contracted translators/agencies.
Provides medical care in assigned area so that there is coordination of care with patients and attending physicians, and collaboration with nursing, pediatric and other medical and surgical subspecialty services, community physicians and ancillary health team providers. Ensure the quality of all patient care and service, incorporating patient centered care and quality standards, and integration of these services with Seattle Children’s goals, vision and philosophy.
This position has responsibility, in collaboration with the health care team and family, for the coordination of care for patients with autism or other psychiatric conditions. This includes promoting access to coordinated services within Seattle Children’s and the community and empowering families through education and support and advocacy.
Coordinate nutrition care and provide medical nutrition therapy appropriate to the age-related needs of patients across the continuum of care. Applies the knowledge and skill necessary to provide appropriate interactions with staff, patients and families of all ages. Individuals assigned to Dialysis and Organ Transplant programs must be able to demonstrate competencies for Medicare regulations as related to End-State Renal Disease (ESRD) and Transplant Conditions of Participation.
Provide direct care and assume primary responsibility for clinical management for pediatric psychiatry patients. in ambulatory, community-based (including telepsychiatry) and inpatient settings. Obtain patient histories and evaluate patients, perform physical examinations as appropriate, order, perform, and interpret diagnostic tests, prescribe medications, and develop treatment plans. Direct or participate in case management and continuing care. Collaborate, refer, and consult with department attending physicians, psychologists, and other members of the health care team to deliver effective, efficient, safe, and high quality care. Contribute to organizational and departmental continuous performance and quality improvement projects. Participate in education and research efforts for patients, families, and the health care team.
Required service, to maintain clinical competencies and functional team relationships, and to meet the business needs of the division:
1. Clinical Activity
a. Minimum clinical work, regardless of specialty: 4 work days of per quarter (in a cluster or roughly one “shift” or “day” every 3 weeks.).
b. Provide availability for weekend, holiday or other shifts, per the routine staffing coverage in some clinical areas.
c. Comply with requirements to work a paid orientation shift, should there be a special circumstance resulting in a gap of three months or more between clinical workdays.
2. Training/CE/Professional Activities
a. Maintain licensure, and continuing education, and remain accountable for clinical skills and knowledge (time and expenses not reimbursable).
b. Maintain contact and communication with their supervisor and departmental leadership; this time cannot be paid separately (no clocking in), as these are professional responsibilities.
c. Maintain life support credentials and attend required SCH training (paid time).
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 policies/departmental guidelines, and standards of Good Clinical Practice.
Collaborate with members of the assigned division research team in the organization, 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.
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.
Supervise the day-to-day operations and staff of assigned work unit, including personnel management, facility, supplies, and equipment maintenance. Oversee quality of care and service delivery processes including patient registration and scheduling. Contribute to safety systems, DMS, and policy management ensuring compliance with regulatory, quality, and customer service standards. Participate in the implementation of various process improvement goals and projects.
Responsible to create, organize and submit IRB documents and follow through with approvals. Provides leadership and coordination of pediatric clinical research studies at Seattle Children’s. Organize the planning and implementation of clinical research studies in accordance with current regulatory guidelines for clinical research in children. Act as a resource for research and clinical staff participating in implementation of clinical research trials.
We are actively seeking an experienced Research Coordinator I - Licensed (RN) to join our team. This is part of a large NIH-funded study called ECHO PATHWAYS; the overall aim of this study is to determine how multiple exposures in utero to multiple chemical and non-chemical (i.e. psychosocial) stressors are related to childhood neurodevelopment and airway health. We will be conducting observational study visits with healthy children ages 5 – 10 over the next several years. This position will assist with research related procedures and clinical assessments (i.e. anthropometrics, blood draw, spirometry). The ideal candidate for this role will be outgoing, have experience working with children and families, and a strong interest to work in research.