Featured Jobs at Mass General
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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
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.
Our Featured Jobs
Engineering Project Coordinator
The Tearney Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital seeks a full time Device Development Project Coordinator who will play a key role in the administration of the translational research activities of the Tearney Laboratory. The Project Coordinator oversees the planning, implementation, and tracking of a specific medical device development and clinical validation project which has a beginning, an end and specified deliverables, works closely with the Principal Investigator to develop a detailed project plan to monitor and track progress. The Project Coordinator assists in the definition of project scope and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring technical feasibility, ensures resource availability and allocation, coordinates internal resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of projects, manages budget, creates and maintains comprehensive project documentation, and prepares project related reports and supporting documentation for the Principal investigator and funding agencies.
We at the MGH CCIB DNA Core are seeking a full-time Research Technologist to join our Next-Generation Sequencing team. The candidate will assist with our various NGS services (Complete Plasmid Sequencing, Complete Amplicon Sequencing, CRISPR Amplicon Sequencing, Viral Genome Sequencing and 16S Sequencing) utilizing the Illumina MiSeq platform. The candidate will also assist the Mouse Genotyping team in the development, optimization, and automation of mouse genotyping assays using qPCR. The Research Technologist reports directly to the Core Director and is expected to work very independently. Ability to work in a collaborative and fast-paced team environment, and to interact with researchers using our services is required.
Clinical Research Project Manager
The Clinical Research Project Manager will manage childhood obesity dissemination and implementation research projects in the Division of General Academic Pediatrics. The Clinical Research Project Manager will be responsible for providing administrative management and oversight of the projects throughout the Project Management Lifecycle, under the guidance of the Program Director and the investigative leadership team. The Clinical Research Project Manager will manage day-to-day project activities (planning the work, setting milestones & deadlines, and assigning responsibilities) including coordination and training of project staff, supervision of clinical research staff, assisting with financial management, development of assessment materials and databases, querying and analyses of databases, all Institutional Review Board applications, and assisting with the preparation of applications and final reports to ensure that the goals and objectives are accomplished.
Cellular Processing Technologist
TUnder the direction of the Laboratory Manager and Laboratory Medical Director the technologist will perform duties necessary to provide laboratory support for the Bone Marrow Transplant and Cellular Immunotherapy programs. The technologist performs all processes required to produce a safe product (bone marrow, hematopoietic progenitor cells, therapeutic cells) for transplant or treatment of disease. The technologist also performs the appropriate calculations and reports results to clinicians. Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences or Medical Technology with experience in immunohematology, hematology, or relevant specialty. Prior experience in cell processing and/or cryopreservation preferred.
Research Enrollment Coordinator, Sr.
Mass General Brigham Personalized Medicine is looking for a Senior Research Assistant to lead operational components of the Mass General Brigham Biobank at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). This position is a great step-up opportunity for a Research Assistant who has three years of research experience and is building a career in research management. The Senior Research Assistant is responsible for aspects of recruitment, sample collection, and patient engagement activities at MGH sites while working in collaboration with a team that includes a Program Director, Research Coordinators, and several Managers. Responsibilities include the direct supervision of a team of 3-4 Research Coordinators. Principal duties may vary over time with project demands, and with skill levels of other staff assigned to the project. BS with 3 yrs of relevant experience is required.
Research Animal Specialist
Research Animal Specialists at the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Comparative Medicine (CCM) provide basic husbandry, health surveillance, and compliance monitoring to laboratory animals. Responsibilities also include performing equipment sanitation, maintaining husbandry records, and supporting the facility teams in daily work as needed. High school degree required with experience in animal care.
RN – Neurosciences
We are currently looking for an experienced RN to work on one of our Neurology units. Patients are primarily adult neurology and neurosurgery patients. The population on Lunder 7 often receives the head and spinal trauma patients and patients with strokes. Nurses become fluent with care of the patient who requires mechanical ventilation, external cerebral spinal fluid drainage, chest tubes, acute neuro assessment, and palliative care. BSN is required. Must have current licensure as a registered nurse in Massachusetts. Must be an RN with a minimum of one year of experience. Neurology experience is preferred. New grad RN's will not be considered for this position. This is a 40 hour position, day/night rotation.
Sr. Grant Administrator - WFH Flexible Center for Genomic Medicine
The Senior Grant Administrator position will work under the general direction of the Finance Director of the CGM (Center for Genomic Medicine). The candidate will engage with the center’s Principal Investigators (PI) to develop grant submissions, manage financial transactions, perform budget forecasting, monitor fund statements, resolve accounting issues, and function as a liaison to grantor agencies and subcontracting institutions. The Grant Administrator will be partnered with specific PIs in the CGM and become acquainted with their teams and overall grant-related activities. Bachelor’s degree required.
Grant Coordinator - WFH Flexible Center for Genomic Medicine
The Grant Coordinator position will work under the general direction of the Finance Director of the CGM (Center for Genomic Medicine). The Grant Administrator will engage with the center’s Principal Investigators (PI) to develop grant submissions, manage financial transactions, perform budget forecasting, monitor fund statements, resolve accounting issues, and function as a liaison to grantor agencies and subcontracting institutions. The Grant Administrator will be partnered with specific PIs in the CGM and become acquainted with their teams and overall grant-related activities. Bachelor’s degree required.
Physical Therapy Aide – Waltham
This position performs clinical tasks such as applying superficial heat/cold modalities, performing therapeutic exercise programs, functional training and patient ambulation by following direction/delegation by a Physical Therapist or Physical Therapist Assistant. The PT Aide prepares patient waiting and treatment areas for treatment sessions, including maintaining and ordering linen/supplies and equipment inventory/maintenance. In addition, the position performs registration and scheduling for the PT team as required. High School diploma is required. Effective interpersonal and communication skills and strong computer skills are required to succeed in this position. This would be an ideal position for someone pursuing a PT degree.
RN – Neuroscience
Lunder 8 is an adult inpatient unit providing care to patients with neurological needs, including both neuromedical and neurosurgical patients. The floor regularly admits neuro-oncology patients for chemotherapy and also houses the adult epilepsy monitoring unit for the institution.
BSN preferred for all candidates. Current licensure in Massachusetts as a registered nurse is required. Must have at least one year of nursing experience. Neuro experience is preferred, but candidates demonstration a strong interest in the neuroscience specialty will also be considered.
Staff Nurse - Cardiac Arrhythmia Stepdown Unit
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.
Security Low Voltage Technician
Responsible for installing, servicing and maintaining all component of the Integrated Security System, including, but not limited to, electronic security panels, filed devices such as door hardware, card readers and contacts, and closed circuit television cameras.
Under minimum supervision of B&G Manager, repairs, maintains and installs all components the HVAC and HVAC systems throughout the 125 Nashua Street and /or Simches Building following: Standard policies and procedures, Performs both routine and complex inspection,Installation of air-conditioning systems and refrigeration equipment, Use of manuals, specifications, blueprints, plant layouts, schematic writing and pneumatic drawings, Incumbent inspects, repairs and maintains the Energy Management System (EMS) and related HVAC equipment, Regularly directs the work of other employees.
Clinical Social Worker (Couples Therapist)
The Massachusetts General Hospital seeks a dynamic and experienced Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LCSW / LICSW) to provide clinical services for patients of Home Base, a partnership of the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital. Home Base is an innovative public/private partnership dedicated to improving the lives of service members, veterans, and their family members living with Invisible Wounds such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), anxiety, depression, military sexual trauma, and family/relationship challenges. Home Base is committed to fostering a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion within the program and to offering services in a culturally sensitive manner that allows patients to feel respected and understood. Our program provides intensive outpatient care, traditional outpatient care, couples therapy, wellness, and fitness programs, as well as community outreach and education. The Outpatient Clinic (OPC) also includes a dual diagnosis Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) known as the SOAR program.
Home Base seeks an LCSW / LICSW who will be dedicated to supporting all these services, working primarily in the OPC. This LCSW / LICSW will provide individual and group psychotherapy.
Training in trauma-focused therapy modalities such as Prolonged Exposure and/or Cognitive Processing Therapy is preferred. Experience with military service members / veterans and /or with treating substance use disorders is also preferred but not required.
Clinical Social Worker (Palliative Care)
The Division of Palliative Care and Geriatric Medicine is seeking a dynamic individual with excellent clinical, collaborative and consultation skills to join the intradisciplinary inpatient palliative care service. Primary responsibilities include psychosocial assessment, crisis intervention, education and supportive services for patients with serious illness and their families. Must have strong clinical, interpersonal and organizational skills.
Our focus is to help patients and their families live as well and as fully as possible when facing a life-threatening illness.
The social worker is a member of the Palliative Care clinical inpatient team within the Division of Palliative Care and Geriatric Medicine. The position requires one who works effectively, efficiently and collaboratively as an employee of the Division of Palliative Care and Geriatric Medicine adhering to professional social work standards expected at MGH, meeting the clinical and administrative requirements. The role provides clinical services to patients/families that address psychosocial, environment, age specific and cultural issues to maximize emotional, social and physical well-being and the effective use of healthcare and community resources; conducts bio-psychosocial assessments, provides intervention and treatment as indicated.
The social worker is expected to be highly organized, work independently, receive minimal supervision and guidance, and is expected to identify opportunities for improvement and seek out responsibility to enhance their ability to perform the work required. They will be HIPAA and Joint Commission compliant, for the Service’s code of conduct and be guided by the MGH Mission, Credo and Boundaries.
Sr. Grant Administrator
With general oversight from the Administrative Director, Finance and Business Operations, incumbent is responsible for managing all phases of research grant and contract administration at the highest level of complexity within his or her portfolio. Incumbent works with PIs to develop grant submissions, performs budget forecasting, monitors fund statements and activity, resolves accounting issues, and functions as the liaison to grantor agencies and subcontracting institutions. Additionally, provides direct supervision to department’s grant management team. Drawing on a broad understanding of Hospital, NIH, and sponsor policies and requirements, and displaying a high degree of initiative and independent judgment, the incumbent will collaborate closely with physician, scientist and departmental leadership to ensure that the research enterprise within the department runs smoothly and efficiently. Incumbent possesses a thorough knowledge of current MGH, NIH, and other research-related policies/procedures, guidelines and standards. Requires discretion and judgment to organize priorities, complete tasks and handle confidential information.
Research Animal Specialist
Research Animal Specialists at the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Comparative Medicine (CCM) provide basic husbandry, health surveillance, and compliance monitoring to laboratory animals. Responsibilities also include performing equipment sanitation, maintaining husbandry records, and supporting the facility teams in daily work as needed.
All Research Animal Specialists work in a team environment and participate in continuous improvement initiatives. Rotating weekend and holiday work hours are required. CCM offers a wide variety of career and skill building opportunities, including a career ladder with a technical or management track.
Whether you are a seasoned lab animal professional or new to the field, this is a challenging position in which you will be caring for and supporting the research animals contributing to biomedical disease research. The primary role of the biomedical research performed at MGH is the pursuit of scientific understanding and the development of patient therapies for a variety of diseases and illnesses.
Under the direction of the Senior Administrative Manager for Research and general oversight from Directors of Research, the Grant Administrator will perform a full range of functions to support research personnel in the Department of Ob/Gyn. This position provides guidance and support to all aspects of pre-award policies and procedures, preparing administrative materials and budgets for grant submissions, and progress reports, maintains PI Biosketch and Other Support pages, and functions as a liaison to Research Management/Pre-Award, Finance, and other federal and non-federal grantor agencies and subcontracting institutions. They will work with PIs to address staffing needs- from posting to onboarding to offboarding and works to orient, educate, and inform the research community of updates from various sources within MGB. This role will also support the Vincent Center for Reproductive Biology by organizing research meetings, and research forums, updating research websites, and, purchasing, accounts payable, and database management. The candidate must have well-developed organizational and communication skills capable of working independently to produce consistent quality work with minimal supervision and guidance.
Research Program Manager, Technology Operations
The Center for Genomic Medicine (CGM) comprises one of the largest and most vibrant hubs of genomic medicine research in the world. The CGM includes over 50 full-time faculty collaborating to define the ‘genomic medicine cycle’ – which envisages a genomics community seeking to advance research from basic genomics research to ultimately using genome information for diagnostics and targeted therapeutics. The Cycle is a paradigm that begins by discovering genetic variants that contribute to phenotypic differences between individuals, then progresses to characterizing the mechanisms by which underlying DNA differences lead to disease and is then completed when the knowledge gained delivers benefit back to patients in the form of diagnosis and/or treatment. The CGM is recruiting an individual who will play an integral role in the genomic medicine cycle, by maintaining the technologies and equipment infrastructure within the CGM that are critical to the research activities of the labs.
Clinical Research Coordinator
The Massachusetts General Hospital Division of Cardiology is seeking a highly motivated and experienced individual for a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) I position to assist with ongoing and future clinical research studies.
The CRC I must be able to multi-task in a dynamic clinical research setting. The ability to work well in a team is a must. This is the ideal position for someone looking to work with a dedicated group of people to make new and enhanced medical treatments available to patients with an array of cardiac conditions. The CRC I will gain invaluable experience in the field of Cardiology in an academic clinical research setting.