Staff RN – White 6 Orthopaedics
The staff nurse is a licensed registered nurse who is responsible for assuring competent, compassionate, individualized, nursing care for specific patients and families, including delegation to and supervision of non-professional clinical and support staff. The staff nurse is responsible and accountable for the overall nursing care management of a designated group of patients. She/he collaborates with the Nursing Director and members of the Patient Care Team to achieve optimal Patient outcomes. She/he also collaborates with the patient toward meeting the needs and expectations of the patient and family. Staff nurses ensure that care is safe, efficient, effective, timely and meets the cultural, spiritual, and ethnic needs of each patient and family.
Senior Data Analyst
The Talkowski Laboratory in the Center for Genomic Medicine (CGM) at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and the Broad Institute is seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic candidate to join our research group. The position would involve a leadership role in the functional genomics group to perform analyses of genomics datasets related to human congenital anomalies and neurodevelopmental disorders. The candidate will lead projects jointly with collaborating laboratories to investigate the functional consequences of genomic variation using various data types, including whole-genome sequencing, bulk and single-cell transcriptome sequencing (10X and inDrop), ChIP-sequencing, and other data types. The candidate will be located at the Simches Research Center at MGH with part-time space at the Broad Institute in close interaction with the Data Sciences Platform / GATK group, the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research, and the Program in Medical and Population Genetics. The candidate will be expected to interact closely with several collaborating laboratories and consortia, as well as students, postdocs, and staff across the CGM and Broad Institute.
Quality Assurance Operations Specialist III
With little guidance from the Director of Clinical Operations, the Quality Assurance (QA) Operations Specialist provides ongoing daily records management support (paper and electronic) for therapeutic development projects.
The QA works with cross-functional development teams to ensure accurate and timely management of internal and sponsor standard operating procedures. With a focus on inspection readiness, the QA monitors compliance with company process and regulations and designated clinical activities in preparation for regulatory inspection and audits.
The Grant Administrator is responsible for the pre and post award management of a portfolio of grants and contracts for investigators in the Neurology Clinical Research Institute (NCRI).
Primary responsibilities include working with NCRI Principal Investigators to develop clinical research grant submissions for new, continuing, and competing applications; budget forecasting; ongoing monitoring of fund statements; resolution of accounting problems/errors; and functioning as liaison to federal and non-federal grantor agencies and subcontracting institutions. Maintain timely coordination and communication with involved parties regarding grants management issues. Serves as liaison between the services and internal and external groups to manage programs and funds. Participates in all aspects of grants management; research grants and human resource management.
Clinical Data Manager
Receiving direction from the Director of Data Management of the Neurological Clinical Research Institute (NCRI), the incumbent will use a clinical trial data management system for data collection, analysis and reporting for large multi-center clinical trials coordinated through the MGH NCRI. The incumbent will act as a liaison between the study monitors, clinical sites collecting data and the NCRI. The incumbent will develop case report forms, generate reports, perform data quality checks and manage trial specific database.
Staff Nurse Neuro ICU
The neuro ICU is a 22-bed adult inpatient unit specializing in caring for critically ill patients who have a variety of neurological diagnoses including stroke, brain hemorrhage, brain or back surgery, heal trauma or spinal cord injury. Our unit-based research efforts are among the best in the world and have afforded us the ability to provide patients with bedside CT scans. Patients may require life support systems, including mechanical ventilation for unstable respiratory status and/or medication via continuous infusion to maintain cardiovascular status.
BSN is required. Current licensure in Massachusetts as a registered nurse is required. Neuro and critical care experience are preferred, but candidates with experience in general acute care and demonstrating a strong interest in the neuroscience specialty will also be considered. This position requires you to work a day/night rotation shift. Ideal candidate has 2 years recent acute care RN experience, new grad RNs will not be considered.
Two Postdoctoral Research Fellow positions are open in Dr. Xiqun Chen’s laboratory in the Department of Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School to conduct independent research projects as part of a 3-year, multidisciplinary, and multisite study focusing on immune dysregulation in neurodegeneration in Parkinson’s disease in the context of gene alterations linking Parkinson’s disease and cancer. The postdocs will work closely together with collaborators in cancer biology and cancer immunology to characterize immune profiles in cellular and animal models of Parkinson’s disease and/or cancer and in patient specimens. The research fellows will also be involved in other projects pursuing molecular mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration in Parkinson’s and related neurodegenerative diseases.
Clinical Research Program/Project Manager/40 Hours/Mass General: General Medicine
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced candidate who is interested in clinical, educational and community health program development and management. The Program Manager is a full-time position within the Division of General Internal Medicine (DGIM) providing leadership in its growing Rural Medicine, Addiction Medicine and Primary Care Research Programs. The Program Manager will help design and supervise new rural health projects including a physician fellowship, a residency program, a new rural faculty development program, and community-based projects as well serve as a liaison to and manage the DGIM Addiction Medicine research portfolio. The Program Manager will also work closely with the faculty in the DGIM to identify opportunities for funding, prepare grant proposals, conduct projects, and monitor budgets. The candidate will be responsible for overseeing clinical, educational and research projects related to rural health, including managing a partnership involving two full-time clinical positions in an Indian Health Service site in a tribal community in South Dakota. In this multi-faceted role, the candidate will maintain and develop strong relationships with stakeholders within the Partners system, with community partners and with national programs. The Program Manager will have administrative responsibilities including overseeing hiring, training, and annual reviews for staff, and coordinating budgets and staff effort across multiple projects.
Senior Research Technologist
The Senior Research Technologist will perform independent and efficient work supporting the laboratory’s research endeavors and assists Principal Investigators in the research laboratory. Performs independently or assists in experiments under minimum supervision of the Principal Investigators. This includes the accurate and detailed recording of experimental procedures and results, analyzing and presenting obtained data, maintenance of the laboratory databases, ordering necessary reagents to conduct experiments and participating in general upkeep of the laboratory.
This position requires that the individual be highly organized, self-motivated and able to strictly follow instructions and work independently and efficiently. This position requires flexibility in their time schedule dictated by the parameters of specific experiments.
Receiving general direction from the Division Chiefs and Administrative Director provides administrative management for physician practice and administrative activities (operational and financial) of the Divisions of Pediatric Endocrine, Nephrology, Rheumatology and the MGHfC Access and Appointment Center. Works with the physicians and other staff members to ensure a quality-based, customer-oriented flow of work. Provides administrative management for day-to-day operations and programmatic development.
Possesses a thorough knowledge of current Joint Commission, HIPAA standards and other regulatory requirements. Drawing on a broad understanding of hospital and physician group practices and policies, and displaying a high degree of initiative and independent judgment, the incumbent will collaborate closely with physician and departmental leadership to continually assess and direct a wide range of issues, including operational, personnel and financial management, facilities and systems issues, programmatic development, long-range planning, and project development.
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