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Responsible for providing day-to-day administration, operation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and support for an advanced voice and network system across all Seattle Children’s sites. Provides engineering support for the VoIP network infrastructure and UC services to include TDM and IP-based trunking, voice routing design, configuration, and unified messaging. Serves as an escalated Tier 3 resource for customer incidents and work orders for network services and voice network infrastructure devices. Provide cross-training and mentoring across Tier 1/2 engineering team. Supports the engineering and project management teams by performing the voice communications aspects of medium to large sized projects from inception to completion including technical assessments, design, planning, integration, testing, and implementation. Creates and maintains technical documentation (network designs, SOPs, User Guides, etc.) in support of both direct customer education and the technical knowledgebase. Must have experience on Cisco Routers, Structured Cabling, and LAN/WAN circuits; PRI, SIP, MPLS, FXO, FXS, and POTS. Must possess advanced knowledge of the Cisco Unified Call Manager, IMP, Telepresence, IPCC, Unity, CCX, SRST, CUBE, secure voice concepts, and secure voice processes.
Must possess in-depth experience in the design, configuration, long-term planning, operational support, and project management of large telecommunication systems and associated data networks. Advanced experience supporting unified collaboration tooling preferred.
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.
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 APP Hospitalist team will provide care to children hospitalized on various medical specialty teams, including Gastroenterology, Cardiology and Pulmonary. These APPs partner with attending physicians from specialty teams to provide high quality, family centered care. Qualified candidates should be highly skilled in communication, collaboration, and teamwork. Candidates must also be dedicated to providing equitable care and adhere to Seattle Children’s anti-racist policies. A background in related specialties is preferred but comprehensive training will be provided. This team provides coverage 24/7, so rotation through night shift will be required. #LI-SK1
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.
Perform laboratory procedures and investigative work as part of ongoing research projects in the biomedical sciences. Perform technical procedures such as animal genotyping, PCR, in situ hybridization, and microscopy in a research setting. Assist with maintaining rodent and zebrafish colonies for experimental purposes; assist with animal procedures by following animal protocols and ensuring regulatory compliance. Develop and maintain project databases; organize data; perform calculations; and maintain lab notebooks. Collect, verify and record data; compile information in support of research. Able to work with potentially hazardous chemical materials and biohazard samples.
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.
The purpose of this position is to coordinate patient admission to the ED or inpatient units and provide patient family support services to ensure that each customer encounter is positive, professional and efficient while also fulfilling all revenue cycle related requirements for optimal reimbursement. Duties may include: patient check in, medical record creation, collecting and updating patient demographic and financial information, obtaining consent for care, collecting co-pays, answering incoming phone calls, coordinating interpreter services, ordering medical records and checking in or scheduling ambulatory appointments. Staff in this role also perform administrative duties for Emergency Department or Inpatient care units to support and facilitate high quality, efficient patient care by the allied clinical team, (physicians, fellows, residents, ARNP’s, nurses, behavior health professionals, social workers, MIC’s, etc.)
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.
Recruit, train, supervise and evaluate patient support coordinator staff; and manage back office flow start up and control through continuous monitoring and response. Work collaboratively with management on department processes, budget, staffing and personnel issues; model excellent service quality standards; participate in identifying, developing and implementing continuous improvement initiatives; and maintain/support systems used by the department.
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.
Develop and produce provider schedules. Assist in the collection and maintenance of deployment data, documents, and associated provider databases. Provide data coordination through timeline adherence, department communications, and report writing. Perform quality review, maintenance, and auditing activities. Assist Leadership in the planning of deployment implementation and routine monitoring of effectiveness. Provide support for other administrative functions; provide training to staff as needed for data retrieval and reporting; and contribute to continuous process improvement efforts.
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.
Provide hospital units and staff with centralized receipt, storage, & distribution service for supplies, linen and equipment required to meet patient and family needs.
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 during the night shift 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.
Collaborate with Director, Clinical Director, Physicians and clinical staff to manage, assess and enhance the provision of patient care services within the Observation 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.