Working At SORCE

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Faculty Investigators

Faculty interested in partnering with SORCE researchers and staff should contact SORCE@OBFUSCATEuw.edu with a brief description of anticipated work and timeline for completion.

Staff Positions

Public Information Specialist / Grant and Technical Writer. This Grant and Technical Writer position will support SORCE and collaborating faculty by coordinating the development, writing, and submission of funding proposals, including editing proposal narratives and writing supporting documentation. This position will also assist in the preparation of manuscripts and presentations, editing for consistency, clarity, grammar, and syntax. Candidates must be proficient in proposal development and possess the ability to work both collaboratively and independently in order to achieve stated goals. Questions may be directed to sorce@OBFUSCATEuw.edu. We hope to have the position posted shortly and will circulate the requisition number at that time. Questions may be directed to sorce@OBFUSCATEuw.edu. Interested applicants may access the full posting and submit their application at the UW employment website by searching requisition 162914: http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/jobs/.

Research Coordinator / Senior Project Manager. This Senior Project Manager position will manage multiple health services and outcomes projects, including the recently awarded CISTO study. The incumbent will be responsible for successfully facilitating and addressing technical development and timely completion of scientific objectives. In addition to research project administration and personnel management, this position will also involve human subjects research coordination. Questions may be directed to sorce@uw.edu. Interested applicants may access the full posting and submit their application at the UW employment website by searching requisition 162377: http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/jobs/.

Project Coordinator/Recruiter (3 positions) (Research Team). This Project Coordinator position will report to a senior Project Coordinator, with matrixed oversight from Project Managers. This position will join a team of participant recruiters and will provide coordination for multiple projects spanning multiple investigators and multiple clinical disciplines. As part of this team, the incumbent will be responsible for successfully recruiting patients from local emergency department and other clinical study sites, sharing in a rotational schedule with shifts primarily during business hours and some during mornings, evenings, and weekends. In addition to completing recruitment activities, projects could also include coordination of regional and national quality improvement (QI) registries (such as SCOAP, VQI, NSQIP, or MBSAQIP).  SORCE is committed to encouraging diversity and inclusion and to being a workplace where such values are at the forefront of our daily interactions and our work as a research center. We value and seek diverse team members who are passionate, innovative, and collaborative. Questions can be directed to sorce@uw.edu. Interested applicants may access the full posting and submit their application at the UW employment website by searching requisition 157009http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/jobs/.

Project Coordinator/Recruiter (Research Team). This Project Coordinator position will join a team of participant recruiters and will provide coordination for multiple projects spanning multiple investigators and multiple clinical disciplines. As part of this team, the incumbent will be responsible for successfully recruiting patients from local emergency department and other clinical study sites, sharing in a rotational schedule with shifts primarily during business hours and some during mornings, evenings, and weekends. In addition to completing recruitment activities, projects could also include independent coordination of regional and national quality improvement (QI) registries (such as SCOAP, VQI, NSQIP, or MBSAQIP). SORCE is committed to encouraging diversity and inclusion and to being a workplace where such values are at the forefront of our daily interactions and our work as a research center. We value and seek diverse team members who are passionate, innovative, and collaborative. Questions can be directed to to sorce@uw.edu. Interested applicants may access the full posting and submit their application at the UW employment website by searching requisition 157155http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/jobs/.

We welcome resumes from candidates not necessarily qualified for any of our currently open positions at any time. Resumes and letters of interest may be emailed to SORCE@uw.edu.