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Manage all aspects of the Laboratory information system to ensure timely, accurate and reliable processing, storage, retrieval, transmission and viewing of critical laboratory patient data. Review and recommend enhancements to hardware and software systems, identify and resolve operational issues, and provide regular user training to meet current and anticipated needs. Collaborate with users, laboratory leadership, IT staff, physicians and other stakeholders to assess needs and measure effectiveness. Validate new software code, design, build, test and implement new laboratory information system software. Manage the laboratory information system analyst team.
Seattle Children’s is united by a compelling mission: We provide hope, care and cures to help every child live the healthiest and most fulfilling life possible.
Together, we deliver superior patient care, advance new discoveries and treatments through pediatric research and serve as the pediatric and adolescent academic medical center for Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho – the largest region of any children’s hospital in the country.
In 2017, U.S. News & World Report ranked Seattle Children’s among the nation’s best children’s hospitals – for the 25th year in a row. We received national rankings in all 10 specialty areas evaluated by U.S. News & World Report. Seattle Children’s is one of just six hospitals nationwide to have all 10 programs ranked in the top 20.
We are a mission driven community, passionate about improving the lives of children. No matter what role you are in, everyone in the organization has an impact on this. Are you ready to come to work every day with a bigger purpose in mind while showing you are a functional expert in TA?
In this newly created position, the Talent Acquisition Programs and Operations Manager will help improve and stabilize the Talent Acquisition function Enterprise wide. Your primary responsibility is to create, operationalize and oversee centralized recruiting programs for the TA organization. You will also ensure operational excellence from a programs and systems standpoint as well as oversee the team’s digital recruitment efforts.
- Responsible for architecting centralized hiring programs for duplicative roles that will result in efficiency across the TA function and our clients as well as the ability to scale during recruitment peak times with ease.
- Work with our Digital Recruitment Partner to manage media spend, directing specific areas of campaign focus depending on client demand and ensuring Seattle Children’s is attracting a diverse pool of candidates through our recruitment efforts.
- Ensure multi-channel candidate efforts are activated, going beyond “post and pray”.
- Create, manage and/or maintain enterprise wide TA programs such as Relocation, Immigration, Background Check, Vendor Management, Contingent Workforce, ATS (icims) site administration, Reporting, CSAT surveys. Some programs will need to be built from scratch, others may need review and revision. All will fall under the Programs and Op’s Manager for ongoing maintenance.
- Oversee our recruiting event efforts, ensuring we are attending the right events and outlining pre and post event work and that we are achieve intended outcomes.
- Work with TA Director to improve our Interview and Assessment methods Enterprise wide including potentially revising entire recruitment process and subsequently training our clients with various interviewing techniques and focusing on competency based interviewing.
- May have direct reports.
Our community welcomes diverse experiences, backgrounds and thoughts because this is what drives our spirit of inquiry and allows us to better connect with our increasingly diverse patients and families. Each of us is respectfully encouraged to be ourselves within this community, which cultivates and promotes diversity and inclusion at all levels.
Seattle Children's aims to have a workforce that reflects the communities we serve. We believe we give our patients better care by having staff whose beliefs, attitudes and life experiences reflect those of our patient families.
Who we are: Odessa Brown Children's Clinic (OBCC) is a community clinic of Seattle Children's Hospital located in Seattle's Central District. Children from birth through 21 receive care from a team of specially trained pediatric care providers. OBCC provides medical, dental, mental health and nutrition services to all families, regardless of their ability to pay. To learn more about the clinic and services provided please visit us at http://www.seattlechildrens.org/contact/odessa-brown/
Our Mission: Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic is an enduring community partner with a dedication to promoting quality pediatric care, family advocacy, health collaboration, mentoring and education in a culturally relevant context.
What you will do: 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.
• Employee Centric: Rated #10 on Forbes Best Employer list
• Diversity/Inclusion: We strive to maintain an atmosphere that reflects our values of inclusion by providing effective and respectful care compatible with each patient and family's beliefs, values and heritage
• Commitment to Health/Wellness: Children's offers a full service health and wellness center offering free primary, preventive, and urgent care for Seattle Children's employees
• Inclusion Networks: The Inclusion Network is Seattle Children's organizational resource group program. It is an interconnected community of Children's employees who are committed to the Inclusion Network mission and vision. Individual Networks include: Q Pod (LGBTQ) Network, Green Team (Sustainability) Network, Hola (Hispanic/Latino) Network, Indigenous Peoples Network, Parenting Network, Black and African Heritage Network.
We are looking for someone who will be on the Clinical Analytics team who will provide analytic consultative services to internal customers, supporting hospital goals and initiatives, identifying potential areas for improvement, and understanding the analytic challenges that the customer is facing so as to provide maximum value to them. We want someone who can make solid recommendations incorporating best practices for analytic solutions.
We need you to be someone who can apply expert problem-solving and critical thinking in data analytics. Are you the type of data analyst who is passionate about taking the lead in analytic Interpretation, evaluation, and interrelation of complex data, and develop integrated data analyses that can drive towards strategic decision-making, utilization trending, patient outcome analysis, and
If you feel passionate and excited about using data and analytics to transform care and cures for kids, then Seattle Children's Hospital is the place that you can make a difference!
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 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.
Perioperative Services at Seattle Children’s Hospital consists of 14 operating room suites, pre-op, a Phase I and II PACU, and a pre-anesthesia clinic. We provide care to newborns-adults in the following services: Cardiovascular, Neurosurgery, Robotics, Plastics, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology, Urology, General Surgery, Gynecology, Dental/Oral, Orthopedics including Complex Spine, Transplant, Dermatology and Ortho-oncology. Hours of operations in the operating room are as follows: elective cases are scheduled Monday-Friday, urgent/emergent cases and transplants run 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Various shifts available.
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.
Provide a positive first impression for anyone entering the hospital, and maintain and provide a safe secure environment. Determine if visitors have a valid reason to be on the hospital campus. Perform infection control screening for all visitors to the inpatient unit. Intervene with individuals who have either limited or revoked visitation. Provide age related customer service to facilitate way finding and deliveries. Collaborate with hospital staff and departments to support delivery of clinical and operational services. Respond to area emergency codes as needed.
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.
Who we are: The Seattle Children's Hospital and Research Foundation supports Seattle Children's mission to provide hope, care and cures to help every child live the healthiest and most fulfilling life possible. The Foundation is in the public phase of a comprehensive campaign called It Starts with Yes, The Campaign for Seattle Children's, with a $1 billion goal.
The Foundation's team is 60+ dedicated professionals who collaboratively work to build enduring philanthropic relationships for Seattle Children's through a nationally recognized, robust fundraising program. The comprehensive program includes major and annual gifts, corporate donations, private grants, legacy gifts, and the nation's largest Guild Association, made up of passionate volunteers who support our mission through fundraising projects and events.
We have a vision to be the charity of choice in the Pacific Northwest and a global leader in pediatric healthcare philanthropy. Thanks to our donors, in the fiscal year that ended September 30, 2017, the Foundation raised $115 million in private support for child health. Annually the Foundation receives in excess of 100,000 gifts, including nearly 30 leadership gifts of $1 million+.
What you will do: Under the direction of the Director of Development, Grants and Major Gifts, advance the institutional fundraising and financial goals by providing strategic project management and coordination for complex gift proposals, managing the gift proposal development process and related systems, drafting and editing gift and grant proposals, and cultivating strong relationships with a diverse set of internal and external stakeholders. Responsible for writing compelling language for fundraising materials - primarily major gift and grant proposals, customized case statements and grant reports - that reflects and enhances the quality and integrity of Seattle Children's. Manage procedures related to the proposal development process including creation of templates and other tools. Develop and maintain a content library. Manage internal grants program (Fund for Excellence).
Perform clinical support and administrative tasks including but not limited to; monitoring patient flow, assistance with group care delivery, triage, behavior management, crisis support, visit preparation, measurement-based care, stocking/ordering clinic supplies, and responding to patient and family requests. The PMHS II partners with operational leadership in service to the specialty clinics’ multidisciplinary care team. The PMHS II has accountability for following: standard processes and reliable methods, positive family experiences, completion of tasks and responsibilities in a timely manner, promotion of a collaborative work environment, and patient/family education. Ability to work in an environment where the pace is fast and change is a constant.
This position will work at Seattle and Bellevue locations.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Fellow-PhD to join Ben Towne Center for Childhood Cancer Research. The lab's main goal is to understand and manipulate the immunoresistant environment of solid tumors through basic and translational oncology research. The research group is a tight knit and collaborative, friendly, supportive, and fast-paced environment.
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.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Research Scientist to join Ben Towne Center for Childhood Cancer Research. The lab's main goal is to understand and manipulate the immunoresistant environment of solid tumors through basic and translational oncology research. The research group is a tight knit and collaborative, friendly, supportive, and fast-paced environment. The ideal candidate will perform as a bench Research Scientist and assist in all parts of a multifaceted research endeavor. Main duties are comprised of three categories:
Operational duties: The position will assist in preparation and upkeep of the lab and ensure functioning of its day-to-day operations. This includes, but is not limited to, reagent preparation/optimization and conducting in vitro assays described below. The individual will also be responsible for overseeing external collaborations with academic and/or industry partners.
Basic science research: The successful candidate will perform basic science research into human and mouse cell engineering and novel target identification based on patient sample data. Common techniques include: western blots, flow cytometry, single cell RNAseq, cloning, lentivirus preparation, chromium release assays, selection and maintenance of primary and tumor cell cultures, and other standard molecular/cellular assays. Work will include handling of mouse and potentially hazardous human tissue.
Animal work: In vitro assays will be validated in one of several in vivo small animal models. Associated tasks include tumor and primary cell injection through various routes, health checks, longitudinal bioluminescent imaging, tissue harvest and fixation.
The Social Work Department at Seattle Children's Hospital has an exciting opportunity for a dynamic experienced social worker. The clinician will join a team of social workers assigned to the Medical Center's Hematology - Oncology Service. The selected candidate will collaborate with the medical team to assist with care planning. He or she will also assist in the promotion of culturally appropriate family-centered care and wellness of patients and families. The social worker will provide supportive services that focus on: psychosocial needs, health education, and behavioral health concerns. She / he will also assume a leadership role in protective services.
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 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.
Perform rough and finish carpentry duties on hospital construction and renovation projects. Responsible for job site safety and equipment maintenance.
Provide physical therapy services in collaboration with patients, families, and treatment teams to support motor development, improve mobility and functional mobility outcomes for the patient. Applies the knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate care to the age-related needs of assigned patients.
Perform a high volume and wide range of complex scheduling tasks specific to requests for interpreter services. Schedule interpreters from a variety of sources for outpatient and inpatient requests in a timely and cost-effective manner.
The Student Helper will support research staff in the development of novel brain tumor immunotherapies. Responsibilities will include keeping track of lab inventory, restocking supplies, receiving packages, as well as maintaining laboratory equipment. The student will assist scientists in laboratory experiments as time allows during the school year, with a possibility of a full-time summer schedule. During the school year, the ideal candidate will be able to work afternoons Monday through Friday for 10- 20 hours per week. This position will allow the student to observe and participate in research, and the student will learn about laboratory practices and management. Preference will be given to students who can continue beyond summer into the academic school year.