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Ambulatory Surgery Center

We are now hiring at the Mass General Ambulatory Surgery Center in Waltham. There are career opportunities for:

  • Experienced OR RNs - offering competitive top tier compensation
  • Experienced CRNAs
  • Certified Surgical Technologists
  • Experienced certified Sterile Processing Technicians
  • Patient Service Coordinators
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Opportunities in the Development Office

The Development Office is a vibrant and collaborative team focused on advancing the hospital’s mission of health care excellence through philanthropy. In addition to “front line” fundraising roles, we have positions in communications, information management, operations and events, to name a few. These vital roles utilize a variety of skillsets and experience levels. We offer a flexible work environment and provide an array of professional growth and development opportunities. Diversity and inclusion are priorities for our office, and we strongly believe that encouraging a broad range of opinions, ideas and perspectives drives creativity, innovation and excellence. We are committed to advancing equity by building a team with diverse identities and experiences.

We are embarking on a new chapter in our history and have launched a bold effort to raise the funds we need to succeed: The Campaign for Mass General, a bold fundraising campaign with a working goal of $3 billion. Through this ambitious effort, we seek to align our institutional goals in patient care, research, education and community health with the philanthropic interests of our donors and prospects.

Read more about what the Development Office does and what we offer here.

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Our Featured Jobs

Wellbeing Advocacy and Engagement Manager

This position will address the pervasive disconnect between Departmental and Hospital resources and those they are designed to reach. This disconnect encompasses access to physical equipment, food security, career development, emotional health, and mentoring opportunities. We are creating this position to immediately address these issues. This role will focus on building an inclusive and welcoming workplace for fellows, staff, and faculty. This role will be an integral part of the Committee for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) consisting of the three subcommittees (Admin, Faculty, Trainees). This role will report directly to the Chief and the DEI committee. We do not envision this position having direct managerial oversight of any personnel. Instead, we see this person filling an ‘at large’ role, one which enhances the individual experience of Department members and feedback to the Faculty and administration.

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Social Worker Living Donor

We are seeking a social worker for Living Donor Program in the MGH Transplant Center. Excellent clinical, collaborative and consultation skills required to offer social work services to patients and families as part of a multidisciplinary team. Responsibilities include assessment, crisis intervention and counseling. In addition, facilitation of the Living Donor Forum, a quarterly program that welcomes back previous donors and participation in Transplant Center activities, selection committee meetings, group facilitation, and program development is necessary.

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Research Enrollment Coordinator I

We are looking for a highly motivated Research Enrollment Coordinator I to engage, recruit, enroll, and retain participants into the All of Us Research Program at one or more of our multiple locations including, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, North Shore Medical Center, Brookside Community Health Center, Chelsea HealthCare Center, Revere HealthCare Center, and Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center. The Research Enrollment Coordinator I’s work is conducted with patients in multiple settings (primarily clinic-based approach of patients, engagement with patients from a Program table, and phone-based outreach). The position requires periodic evening and weekend hours. We may have part-time and full-time positions available.

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Clinical Research Coordinator II (Spanish speaker strongly preferred)

The Clinical Research Coordinator II will support childhood obesity research projects in the Division of General Academic Pediatrics at MassGeneral Hospital for Children. The projects are funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). Together, these projects aim to reduce obesity prevalence and related disparities by systematically improving the care and outcomes of low-income children with obesity throughout the US. These studies will promote and facilitate the uptake of a proven-effective pediatric weight management program in community-based health centers and evaluate the effectiveness of dissemination and implementation strategies.

The Clinical Research Coordinator II will assist in the coordination of the projects’ implementation under the guidance of the Project Manager and Principal Investigator. Responsibilities also include survey administration and data collection which may occur in English and Spanish, entering study data and maintaining REDCap databases, monitoring outcomes and process data, and preparing reports.

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Senior Research Technologist

The Senior level Research Technologist will report directly to the Principal Investigator, Lab Director, and/or managers of the laboratory and is expected to work independently on assigned research with minimal guidance from a higher level staff member or Principal Investigator. The Senior Technologist may also serve as team leader to other lab assistants and Research Technicians I and II, if applicable. The ideal Senior Technologist is expected to have extensive experience in mouse models and handling, in particular retrieval/dissection of gestational and other tissues, preservation for RNA, DNA and immunohistochemical analyses, and in molecular techniques including qPCR, FISH, ELISAs, and more. The Senior Technologist is expected to lead a research project to assess various aspects and effects of telomere shortening during aging of the gestational tissues primarily using pregnant mouse and cellular models in a biomedical research laboratory. With broad guidance from the Principal Investigator, the Senior Technologist is expected to independently design and perform experiments to accomplish laboratory research goals. In addition, she/he will be responsible for documenting, analyzing, and reporting the results derived from mouse models and/or patient samples. The Senior Technologist will assist in the preparation of manuscripts for publication; and she/he will also assist with gathering information needed for grant preparation and reporting. She/he must be proficient in basic computer skills including word-processing, database and spreadsheet management, email and internet.

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Senior Clinical Research Coordinator

The Senior Clinical Research Coordinator will support pediatric obesity, implementation science, community health, and health equity research projects in the Division of General Pediatrics.

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IT Director

The mission of the Neurological Clinical Research Institute (NCRI) is to accelerate translational research in neurological disorders through initiating and testing novel therapies by custom-designing research protocols, by bringing efficacy strategies and infrastructure to clinical research and implementing observational and interventional clinical trials. To empower the NCRI on its mission, and to capture and manage information from clinical research, the Center for Innovation and Bioinformatics of the NCRI develops, maintains, and deploys software platforms and programs.

Working independently under the general guidance of the Director, Center for Innovation and Bioinformatics, and the Director and Co-Director of the NCRI, the Director NCRI Information Technology (IT) is responsible for the development, implementation design, on-going maintenance and support of collaborative platforms and applications for clinical trial research, and management of the systems team working in support of that effort.

The NCRI is looking for a motivated leader and team player with the ability to lead and provide high level of services while overseeing multiple projects simultaneously. The Director, NCRI IT must be able to communicate effectively with principal investigators, project managers and other members of the interdisciplinary team.

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Senior Clinical Data Manager

Receiving general direction from the Director of the Neurological Clinical Research Institute (NCRI) and NCRI Director of Data Management, the Senior Data Manager will be responsible for overall data management of assigned multi or single center clinical research activities led by the NCRI. The candidate will provide oversight for all aspects of the data management activities necessary to start, conduct and close out of assigned multi or single center clinical trials. The candidate will be responsible for the design, implementation and ongoing management of a system to review and re-code medical information related to clinical research. The candidate will generate reports to various committees, funding organizations, and regulatory offices for large multi-center clinical trials coordinated through the MGH NCRI. Responsibilities also include participation in developing and maintaining best practice guidelines, study tool templates, Standard Operating Procedures, as well as providing guidance to junior staff members on specific area of expertise.

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Clinical Social Worker Living Donor

Living Donor Social Worker/Independent Living Donor Advocate

We are seeking a social worker for Living Donor Program in the MGH Transplant Center. Excellent clinical, collaborative and consultation skills required to offer social work services to patients and families as part of a multidisciplinary team. Responsibilities include assessment, crisis intervention and counseling. In addition, facilitation of the Living Donor Forum, a quarterly program that welcomes back previous donors and participation in Transplant Center activities, selection committee meetings, group facilitation, and program development is necessary.

MSW degree from an accredited program required. Current Massachusetts LCSW required. LICSW preferred, however LCSW with transplant experience will be considered.

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IOM Technologist I

Under the direction of the Chief OR Technologist and the Medical Director, performs standard and complex intraoperative neurodiagnostic procedures as described by MGH Neuro Intraoperative Monitroing protocols. Under the supervision of an experienced technologist, this technologist provides troubleshooting and technical interpretation of intraoperative neurologic data during surgery to the Medical Director and to the surgical team. The technologist is also responsible for the accurate recording and documentation of SSEP, TcMEP, EMG/Triggered EMG, BAEP, and EEG waveforms. In addition, the technologist will also be responsible for recording and the documentation of cortical motor/sensory mapping, ECoG, and direct peripheral nerve stimulation cases. The technologist also assists in the maintenance of equipment, patient data, and supplies as directed by the chief IOM technologist. This person will act as an interactive part of the operating room team, assisting in duties as appropriate. As MGH continues to research and apply intraoperative monitoring methods and techniques to new procedures, the technologist will be required to learn new protocols as they are developed and may be asked to participate in the development of these protocols.

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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.

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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.

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Post-Doctoral Fellow

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.

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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.

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Clinical Social Worker - Bilingual English/Spanish

We are seeking bilingual clinical social workers to join the MGH Social Service Department. Excellent clinical, collaborative and consultation skills required to offer social work services to patients and families as part of a multidisciplinary team. Responsibilities include assessment, crisis intervention and counseling. Positions available for inpatient and outpatient settings. Ability to conduct biopsychosocial assessments in Spanish required.

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Senior Grant Administrator

Receiving general direction from the Sr. Admin. Manager, the Sr. Grant Administrator is responsible for the pre and post award management of research activities in a fast paced, complex, compliance driven atmosphere. Drawing on a broad understanding of Hospital, department and research management policies and procedures, and displaying a high degree of initiative and independent judgment, the incumbent will collaborate closely with faculty on a wide range of activities, including developing grant submissions, budget forecasting, fiscal and human resource management, and research management.

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