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Outpatient Surgery Center

We are now hiring at the Mass General Outpatient 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.

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Featured Jobs

Clinical Resource Coordinator, Spanish Speaking

Brief overview: The Clinical Research Coordinator will be primarily responsible for completing participant recruitment, baseline surveys, and follow-up surveys in English and Spanish, via telephone and email. They will be responsible for entering study data into REDCap databases and assisting with other study operations. The Clinical Research Coordinator will report to the Senior Project Manager.

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Veterinary Technologist

Brief overview: A Veterinary Technologist provides health surveillance and compliance monitoring to laboratory animals. Responsibilities also include providing support services to research staff, participating in animal monitoring duties, and conducting various trainings. All Veterinary Technologists are required to work in a team environment following Lean Management principles and participate in continuous improvement projects. This position involves daily exposure to laboratory animals, their waste products, and possibly chemical agents, radioactive isotopes and ABSL2 hazards. After hours, rotating weekend and holiday work may be required.

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Manager, Biorepository / Biobank

Brief overview: In this newly developed role, the Biorepository Lead will oversee a safe, secure, and highly accessible environment for frozen sample storage and management in a brand new, state-of-the art 300,000 sq ft facility supporting over 30 faculty and their labs. Reporting to the Director of Centralized Research Services, the Biorepository Lead will play a key role in coordinating, managing, and tracking biospecimen collection and interacting with researchers requesting and receiving samples from the biorepository.

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Scientific Grant Writer & Administrator

Brief overview: The Wong lab is seeking a talented Scientific Grant Writer to provide support in preparing, writing, and submitting grant applications for extramural funding opportunities. The successful candidate will also aid in editing scientific manuscripts as well as preparing and coordinating grant progress reports, budget reports, and administrative documentation. Lastly, the role will include assisting Dr. Wong in coordinating scientific meetings and events, including scientific symposia.

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How to Apply

Massachusetts General Hospital offers career opportunities in all areas of patient care, research, hospital administration and operations. Create an application profile and submit your résumé for consideration.