Featured Jobs at Mass General
We are now hiring for our Waltham location. Take a step toward joining the Mass General team by viewing our open positions.
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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
Director of Clinical Compliance
The Director of Clinical Compliance develops, implements, and leads a structured program crafted to promote compliance with all relevant regulatory and accreditation standards. Reporting to the Chief Compliance Officer, the Director will be a member of the MGH Center for Quality and Safety (CQS) leadership team and help shape the vision of the quality and patient safety programs at the MGH. The Director leads the clinical compliance personnel and activities within the MGH/MGPO Corporate Compliance Office. They are authorized to direct a broad, comprehensive program of clinical compliance within the General Hospital and Physicians Organization. In accomplishing these activities, the Director and their representatives have unrestricted access to all MGH records, property, and personnel relevant to the subject under review. In addition, when necessary, the Director of Clinical Compliance will lead important multi-disciplinary compliance and quality and safety initiatives to advance institutional goals. They will fill an advisory role for annual quality and safety goals, and environment of care goals.
The Director of Clinical Compliance will manage a team of compliance professionals who focus on proactive risk assessments, clinician training programs, interdisciplinary tracers, regulatory surveys, and timely adverse event reporting to regulatory agencies. This team will work across the organization to support and advance the compliance and quality and patient safety goals of the MGH and MGPO and the individual departments.
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.
The incumbent will report directly to the Sr. Administrative Manager – Research for the Department of Neurology and will work under the direction of the NCRI Administrative Directors.
Sr. Grant Administrator
The Senior 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.
Patient Services Coordinator II
The Patient Services Coordinator II (PSC II,) under general supervision of the Operations Manager, provides administrative support to health care providers in a high-volume Gastroenterology ambulatory practice, functioning as the primary liaison between the patient and providers. The emphasis is placed on the ability to organize priorities, complete tasks, manage confidential patient information, schedule patient appointments, diagnostic testing, referrals and other managed care related issues. This is a very high volume Gastroenterology subspecialty and excellent organizational skills are required. The PSC II is expected to take complete responsibility for every customer interaction by creating a welcoming environment and providing outstanding service.
RN, Pedi Oncology
Full-time primary care nurse in busy pediatric hematology, oncology and infusion outpatient setting. The staff nurse is a registered nurse who is responsible for assuring competent, compassionate, individualized, nursing care for specific patients and their families in the ambulatory care setting. The role collaborates with practice leadership, members of the patient care team and the patient to achieve optimal patient outcomes.
Administrative Director, Neurology Research
This position is responsible for setting administrative direction (e.g. policies and procedures, systems, etc.) and leading the research enterprise across all subspecialties in the Department of Neurology. Drawing on a broad understanding of Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and sponsor policies and requirements, and displaying a high degree of initiative and independent judgment, the incumbent will work hand-in-hand with the Vice Chairs of Research and will collaborate closely with physician, scientist, and departmental leadership to continually assess and direct a wide range of research issues, including strategic, financial, personnel, operational and regulatory, facilities and systems issues, programmatic development, long-range planning and project development, for the basic, translational, clinical and outcomes research enterprises of the Department.
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 Monitoring 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.
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.
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.