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Perform laboratory testing and provide results to clinicians.
As part of the growing Identity and Access Management (IAM) team this security engineering position will be part of managing the lifecycle of identities and the tools and platforms that make the end user experience frictionless, and secure. As an Identity and Access Management Engineer you will be critical to the success of our goals and mission within security. You will share responsibility with the team for all facets of IAM systems (PAM, IGA, Audit/Access Reviews, SSO, Directory Services, MFA, etc.) and most importantly how these roles interconnect to provide solid automation and secure solutions.
We are actively recruiting a Research Scientist II to join the Hahn Lab within Seattle Children's Integrative Brain Research department. More information about Dr. Sihoun Hahn's research can be found here:
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.
Overall responsibilities include acquiring an in-depth understanding of the field in which they are working, and 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, perform literature search, communicate with other scientists, develop a validation plan, summarize the outline of the results, identify and refine existing procedures and practices.
Follow established quality control procedures to validate instrument performance, service instruments for maintenance, and perform routine repairs. Log quality control results and communicate results to Management. Track and report inventory supplies. Assist in writing and editing manuscripts for Resource Users as needed. Assist Manager with Resource User instrument and software training. Assist Resource Users to troubleshoot a variety of general issues related to data acquisition, data analysis, and data storage. Assist in the execution of Core related projects. Serve as FACS Core primary point of contact in the absence of the Core Manager.
Staff in the Delivery and Call Center roles are responsible to operate software and maintain technological devices needed to execute standard work; process meal payments (operate mobile payment equipment for credit card payments & manage electronic till); solve or escalate customer concerns and use excellent customer service skills in all of their work.
Delivery Staff are responsible for delivering meal carts to various areas and customers; presenting and setting up ordered food according to standard work; performing patient ID verification steps (includes direct patient contact and communication as well as partnering with nurses); perform soiled cart pick-up.
Call Center Agents are responsible for receiving and processing incoming food orders (primarily via phone) for patients, visitors, and staff. Assist customers on modified diets with selecting appropriate foods using nutrition department resources and call center policies & procedures to provide complete, accurate responses. Enter and maintain accurate patient information in the nutrition software applications and follows processes in accordance with call center standards to ensure accuracy and operational effectiveness. Perform related tasks as required.
Provide technical support and coordination of sterilization services and other lab services to the Research Laboratories.
Provide administrative support and patient care coordination to ensure maintenance of an organized, family centered patient care environment. Provide outstanding customer service to families and visitors, and conduct l screening for everyone entering the inpatient units. Support all Children’s staff in improving the health and well being of all children through excellence in patient care, teaching, and research. Work is non-sedentary in nature and during the scheduled hours of work the employee may be required to mobilize work in various areas.
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.
Nurse Manager, Clinical Operations (Adolescent Clinic)
Responsible to manage the clinical operations and support staff working with a group of subspecialty clinics (practicing in a shared ambulatory space environment), 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, Ambulatory Directors, Ambulatory CNS, and other managers/supervisors on the Ambulatory Services leadership team, is responsible for the implementation of strategic initiatives for Ambulatory Services and the organization.
Provide a safe environment by maintaining a physical presence, identifying, reporting and documenting hazards and concerns, conducting active security/environmental assessments, screening visitors, utilizing non-violent crisis intervention methods to de-escalate disruptive individuals. Additionally, responding to requests for service, Code calls, emergencies and disasters. Exemplify Children’s dedication to Hope, Care and Cure. Compassionately deliver exceptional customer service to patients, families, visitors, and staff. Provide and support the Hospital’s delivery of superior family-centered patient care, Research’s advancement of new discoveries and pediatric treatments and the Foundation’s charitable donor programs, boutiques and events.
The Security Officer is also responsible for identifying, documenting and communicating safety and risk issues that may impact the operation and reputation of the organization. The role will perform a variety of security, safety and service support activities as delegated by the management team including but not limited to: service call (SC), entrance coordination (SEC), emergency department operations (ED), security operations center support (SOCS), patient watch (SPWO), valet, Ronald McDonald support (RMH), off-site security support (OSS), lot patrol (LP) guest services (GS), special events support (SES).
Provide direct care and assume responsibility for the clinical management of pediatric critical care patients in ambulatory, operating room, emergency department, and inpatient settings. Obtain patient histories, perform physical examinations, 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, specialists, 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.
Provide direct care and assume responsibility for the clinical management of pediatric critical care patients. Obtain patient histories, perform physical examinations, order, perform, and interpret diagnostic tests, prescribe medications, perform procedures, and develop treatment plans. Direct or participate in case management and continuing care. 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. 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.
The Seattle Children’s Therapeutics at the Seattle Children's Research Division (SCRD) seeks to develop innovative cellular therapies and translate these advances to groundbreaking clinical trials for children with the most aggressive forms of cancer. The Department's long-term mission is to replace cancer therapies such as radiation and chemotherapy with "smart" therapies capable of eliminating cancer with precision, thus leaving the body unharmed.
This is an opportunity for a Research Scientist I to join the Correlative Studies Laboratory (CSL). The major role of CSL is to do exploratory analysis of clinical trial specimens to test for CAR T-cell persistence and to provide feedback on treatment efficacy to our manufacturing and research groups. Responsibilities for the Research Scientist I position will include daily specimen processing and flow cytometry assays of incoming clinical trial samples, aiding in general laboratory upkeep, and maintaining a constructive laboratory environment. The candidate should have excellent oral, written and organizational skills, careful attention to detail, highly organized in data presentation and record keeping, integrity, credibility, and a positive attitude in daily performance. This position will be expected to participate in weekly group meetings and maintain research records according to GCLP regulations.
This is a unique position that requires significant understanding and application of both existing and new scientific methods and knowledge in accordance with GLP standards. Responsible for operating standardized scientific procedures and techniques in a highly regulated environment (GLP compliant) for clinical research applications; contributes to the planning, design, execution and interpretation of process optimization experiments (process development and/or assay development); makes detailed observations, records data, as well as assesses the processes and results for reliability/efficacy/compliance. Assists in preparation of reports, regulatory submissions, and the drafting of standard operating procedures for novel techniques.
Clinical Practice Manager - PICU (Full time, exempt, day shift)
Collaborate with Director, Clinical Director, Physicians and clinical staff to manage, assess and enhance the provision of patient care services within the Intensive Care Unit 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.
We are seeking a Palliative Care Consultant at Seattle Children's. This is a Monday - Friday position, 0.8 FTE (32 hours per week).
This position works with our Palliative Care team, providing support to children and their families that are facing a potentially life limiting situation. Our team works closely with providers, nurse practitioners, social workers, Child Life and spiritual care to develop goals of care, and provide social and emotional support.
- Provides social, emotional, spiritual and logistical care for the child with a potentially life limiting illness and his/her family.
- Provides multidisciplinary clinical collaboration for the Palliative Care (PC), Seattle Children's health providers, and community health providers.
- Works collaboratively with PC team members to develop program goals, processes, services and quality improvement indicators and projects.
- Provides education and training in the philosophy and elements of palliative care to Seattle Children's and external health professionals.
- Works in collaboration with PC medical providers to integrate the services of community palliative care and hospice providers with the PC service in support of care coordination and continuity for patients and families.
Seeking Part-Time .6 (48 hours per pay period) Dietetic Tech. Great benefits and Great Department. $2,000 Sign On Bonus! Starting pay $24.00 - Start your career in Nutrition!!!!!
Assist the clinical dieticians and the dietary department in the provision of medical nutrition therapy appropriate to the age-related needs of patients across the continuum of care. Supervise modified menu and formula processing. Screen patients for nutritional risk using established guidelines and initiate dietitian referrals for nutrition assessment. Follow up for moderate and low risk patients. Obtain, evaluate, and utilize dietary history information to plan nutritional care. Calculate nutritional intake analysis. Institute basic nutrition plans including individualized menu plans and monitor intake and acceptance of meals, snacks and supplements.
Coordinate, administer, and deliver genetic counseling to patients and families at risk for hereditary disorders and/or inborn errors of metabolism. Assess recurrence risks and recommend medical or genetic testing based on analysis of the risk, benefit, and cost. Review implications with the patient and provide crisis intervention regarding unexpected genetic conditions.
Provide orientation, training and supervision to volunteers, interns, students, and other learners as appropriate. Educate physicians and health professionals to ensure appropriate patient referral and care. Actively participate in and lead department improvement activities including research and other initiatives related to improving patient care and the family experience. Identification of and involvement in a specialty clinic (ex. Arthrogryposis, EpiGenetics) with a need for genetic counseling services.
Ensure familiarity with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
Supports the Hospital and Enterprise Analytic's vision, mission, and strategic initiatives by using technical expertise to design, create and develop analytical solutions and by providing internal consultation and project management. The incumbent provides leadership in the facilitating and gathering business requirements, and provides knowledge in business/clinical processes, analytical expertise, technical programming skills, and strong leadership skills in working with key stakeholders, end users and project team members. This position identifies and resolves issues throughout the development of analytical solutions, and is accountable for identifying opportunities for continuous improvement in workflow processes in the implementation of these solutions. Primary responsibility is the design, creation and deployment of analytical solutions for Executive leadership and other key stakeholders within the SCH organization. The incumbent is responsible for frequently taking a formal or an informal lead on project tasks, and leads efforts to design and implement analytic solutions, including reports, dashboards, and views from a wide range of existing data sources, and provides leadership in evaluating and optimizing these solutions. The incumbent also assures integrity of the data for current and future use in strategic initiatives, continuous quality improvement efforts and hospital goals, and for insuring the sustainability and adaptability of all developed solutions.
$5,000 Sign-On Bonus
High School Setting, .975 FTE (78 hours per biweekly)
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.
Under direction, assist members of Seattle Chindren’s Therapeutics with development, implementation, and maintenance of quality assurance systems and activities. Assist with internal audits, assist with manufacturing and quality control site audits, provide document control functions, assist with failure investagations and CAPAs, and coordinate the development and review of Standard Operating Procedures and Production Batch Records.