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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 # 2021-40229
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
Remote Work Percent
060
Job ID/Req # 2021-40205
We are offering a $7,000 sign on bonus for eligible new hires!   Provides mental health services to children, adolescents, and families with serious developmental, emotional, and behavioral problems in a manner which results in improvements in the child and family’s functioning in multiple life domains and is cost effective.   We are able to hire a 1.0 FTE or a 0.8 FTE for this position.  #LI-JS2
Location Name
Odessa Brown Children's Clinic
Status
Regular
FTE
0.8 FTE (64 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
OBCC Central Behavioral Health
Job ID/Req # 2021-40199
Under general supervision, provides assistance to mental health therapists, case managers, and other hospital personnel in provision of direct services to patients. Plays a key role in assessing patient’s post hospital care / continuity of care needs and connecting patients/families with community resources. In collaboration with clinical teams, assumes responsibility for the provision of concrete resources such as housing, transportation, food assistance, etc. Acts as a content expert in community resources and services to support patients, families, and the larger organization.   This is a 0.75 FTE position (60 hours per bi-weekly pay period) Night Shift position.  #LI-JS2
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Regular
FTE
0.75 FTE (60 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Night Shift
Department
Psychiatric Unit
Job ID/Req # 2021-40197
Perform a variety of diagnostic imaging procedures using fixed and portable equipment. Adjust and control complex diagnostic equipment to optimally image and present the area(s) of interest. Maintain general condition and readiness of the work area. Assist in training of Radiology students.
Location Name
Bellevue
Status
Per Diem
FTE
Per Diem (hours per bi-weekly pay periods varies)
Shift
Day/Evening Shift
Department
Bellevue Radiology
INACTIVE Secondary Location(s)
US-WA-Federal Way
Job ID/Req # 2021-40173
We are offering a $10,000 sign on bonus for eligible new hires!   Provide clinical social work services to children with acute and chronic illness, their families, the staff of Seattle Children’s Hospital and the community in a managed care environment. Assist in promotion of culturally appropriate family-centered care and wellness of patients and families by identifying, interpreting, and reducing psychosocial factors contributing to illness. Counsel and aid patients and their families to understand and accept medical recommendations and options. Assess and assist with non-medical problems interfering with effective patient care. Interview, coordinate, and plan programs and activities to meet the social and emotional needs of patients and/or patients’ family. Provide crisis intervention and assist families in understanding the implications and complexities of the medical situation and its impact on lifestyle. 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.   #LI-JS2
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day/Evening Shift
Department
BMT Program
Job ID/Req # 2021-40170
Provide physician specialty services according to individual employment contract (as applicable). Ensure 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, and integration of these services with Seattle Children’s goals, vision and philosophy.     #LI-KP1
Location Name
Bozeman, MT
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Great Falls Montana Cardiology
Job ID/Req # 2021-40169
Provide physician specialty services according to individual employment contract (as applicable). Ensure 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, and integration of these services with Seattle Children’s goals, vision and philosophy.    #LI-KP1
Location Name
Tacoma
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Tacoma Cardiology
Job ID/Req # 2021-40168
Provide physician specialty services according to individual employment contract (as applicable). Ensure 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, and integration of these services with Seattle Children’s goals, vision and philosophy.    #LI-KP1
Location Name
Tri-Cities Clinic
Status
Per Diem
FTE
Per Diem (hours per bi-weekly pay periods varies)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Regional Cardiology
Job ID/Req # 2021-40145
In this role you will get to provide technical support to air sample surveillance program led by Infection Prevention. Apply principles of data collection, tracking and evaluation to promote and maintain a functioning process.   #LI-PM1
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Regular
FTE
0.8 FTE (64 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day/Night Shift
Department
Infection Prevention
INACTIVE Secondary Location(s)
US-WA-Seattle
Job ID/Req # 2021-40139
Athletic Trainer - High School Setting .75 FTE   The primary responsibilities of the Athletic Trainer are to provide superior rehabilitative care to injured athletes and to educate athletes, coaches, Athletic Directors, parents, and the general public on injury prevention, rehabilitation, wellness and other health-related issues.The Athletic Trainer will treat and prevent athletic injuries by developing therapies to reduce pain and improve mobility under the direction of a physician and will assist in exercise instruction and demonstration, athlete/patient evaluation and testing.   #LI-KD1
Location Name
Other Off-Site Location
Status
Regular
FTE
0.75 FTE (60 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day/Evening Shift
Department
Athletic Training Program
Job ID/Req # 2021-40133
Responsible for clinical telephone triage and consultation, child mental health education, and all aspects of the referral process for patients to the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine. Participate in care coordination activities to remove barriers for families to participate in treatment.   Additionally, this role is responsible for scheduling accurate and timely appointments and modeling Seattle Children’s core values by providing excellent, quality customer experiences for Seattle Children’s patients, families and clinic partners. This role will schedule visits for all of the Psychiatry Specialty Clinics. This role may be the first point of contact for patients and families seeking care in the Psychiatry Clinic and will provide valuable information and reassurance to families; demonstrating empathy, high attention to detail, aptitude at multi-tasking, effective prioritization and commitment to teamwork. This role works collaboratively with team members to provide quality service to ensure delivery of safe patient care.   #LI-JS2  
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day/Evening Shift
Department
Seattle Psych
Job ID/Req # 2021-40111
Provide reusable and disposable medical devices for health care providers.   #LI-NC1
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
Sterile Processing
Job ID/Req # 2021-40088
Assist building trades persons with the performance of the necessary duties for the maintenance and repair of the equipment, buildings, and grounds.   #LI-NC1
Location Name
Odessa Brown Children's Clinic
Status
Regular
FTE
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Building Svcs - OBCC Othello
Job ID/Req # 2021-40064
Plan and coordinate services for patients and families who need procedure(s) done within the Cancer and Blood disorders center to ensure that each customer encounter is positive, professional and efficient. Duties include: clinic appointment scheduling (i.e. new, return, pre-op, post-op, PASS), diagnostic test scheduling, procedure scheduling under anesthesia, coordinating across services and with interpreters. Complete necessary steps for approval processes (i.e. insurance authorization, legal guardianship). Fulfill OR block requirements to ensure maximum utilization. Additional duties will include just in time needs from families in alignment with organization standards. Will partner and align with Cancer, Hematology, Bone Marrow Transplant, Immunology, and Infusion services.
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Per Diem
FTE
Per Diem (hours per bi-weekly pay periods varies)
Shift
Day Shift
Department
Cancer & Bld Team Coordinators
Job ID/Req # 2021-40055
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. Maintains the physical environment of the hospital at the highest level of cleanliness, both from an appearance and infection control standpoint.   - Maintains sanitary and orderly environment by regularly cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting all areas including: patient care units, surgery suites, exam rooms, offices, ancillary areas, rest rooms, offices, public spaces, corridors, laboratory spaces, and other areas as needed. - Dust, mop, vacuum, and clean all areas of responsibility following established infection control and cleaning procedures - Maintains and organizes service carts, closets, and chemical dilution stations - Ensures that non-medical items and limited medical items, including equipment, solutions and supplies, are stored according to established procedures - Demonstrates continuous competency in basic core cleaning skills such as dusting, mopping, vacuuming, and trash and linen removal - Move patient beds and cribs with safe handling standards. - Uses appropriate cleaning techniques, supplies, and safety precautions in cleaning assigned area and equipment - Removal of medical and hazardous waste - Connects dilution station - Operates and maintains assigned equipment, vacuums, carts - Reports safely issues and problems or needed repairs promptly - Adheres to all infection control policies and procedures to maintain patient care environment and their role in preventing the spread of infection. - Complies with established and hospital policies and procedures, included but not limited to infection control, safety, quality control management and regulatory requirements - Compliance with HIPPA privacy and security standards as it pertains to assigned work - Performs related duties as requested/needed by supervisor       #LI-KD1
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
Status
Regular
FTE
0.8 FTE (64 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Shift
Night Shift
Department
Environmental Services