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The Lead Medical Office Coordinator (Pediatrics Unit) is responsible for providing support to physicians and staff in the areas of the Pediatrics front desk and medical office, initiating patient intake, and prescription responsibilities in a busy ambulatory setting.
In this key role, the Lead Medical Office Coordinator will also ensure efficient operations by providing excellent customer service to patients, family members, other staff members, and external parties and serves as the first line of contact for patients/families as they seek care and support within the Pediatric, Adolescent and Young Adult Section.
The Coordinator, Young Adult Clinic is responsible for providing support to physicians and allied health professionals within a busy ambulatory setting and to ensure efficient operations by providing excellent customer service to patients, other staff members, and external parties.
The Child Life Specialist will work closely with members of a multi-disciplinary, pediatric diabetes team to create and provide developmentally appropriate curriculum, activities and support for pediatric patients and families.
In this role you will coordinate pediatric appointments, including front desk coverage. Make outreach to patients in the Jump Start program, to high risk patients, and to patients that have been lost to follow-up. Create, coordinate and participate in special pediatric projects and events at Joslin and in the community.
The Pediatric or Family Nurse Practitioner is involved in direct patient care and pediatric research and assists with day-to-day coordination of pediatric clinical and research programs.
The Director, Business Development will facilitate business development and lead planning and building of strategic relationships and alliances in collaboration with Research and Clinical faculty who are conducting or wish to conduct research clinical trials. The Director is responsible for strategy, relationships and business development while supporting programmatic strategic goals.
In this role you will develop relationships with key internal and external partners, track and provide financial analyses of payout targets (milestones), serve as a liaison across internal teams and between project staff and business partners, and track programmatic goals and results in coordination with leadership.
You would represent the Joslin Diabetes Center to external constituencies. This could include formal and informal presentations such as making speeches, attending conferences, committee representation and other meetings. May serve on committees and working groups. Writes and produces informative briefings, reports, email updates, and other materials. Understanding of the clinical trials process, product development, product introduction, regulatory environment and GH R&D policy issues.
The Joslin Care Coordinator (Medical Assistant/Phlebotomist) assists patients, providers and staff in a courteous and professional manner throughout the patient’s visit.
Hours are Monday-Friday 9:30 pm-6:00 pm.
Joslin Diabetes Center, the world’s leading specialist in the management of and research for a cure of diabetes, has a new and exciting entry-level opportunity in its Pathophysiology & Molecular Pharmacology lab!
We are looking for an energetic, strong research assistant to work with animal models of insulin resistance and diabetes. The research assistant will assist with analyses of glucose homeostasis and the development of insulin resistance in transgenic and knock-out mice. (requires direct contact with the mice, including injections of glucose and drugs and obtaining blood samples for measurements of glucose, insulin and other substances and genotyping and phenotyping of the mice.)
This is an exciting opportunity for an entry-level or recent graduate to work with our diverse, experienced team and build expertise in the sought-after field of Pathophysiology & Molecular Pharmacology research.
The Research Assistant (Genetics and Epidemiology) will assist with a research project on the genetics of coronary artery disease in type 2 diabetes. Mail questionnaires and abstract information from medical records to determine cardiovascular status of study participants. Interview and examine patients in the clinic communicating to participants the essence and implication of involvement in genetic studies. Obtain blood samples for lab testing and DNA analysis using phlebotomy skills. Process, label, and store blood samples. Record data in electronic databases and hard copy.
Reporting to the Operations Manager, the Medical Office Supervisor assists the Operations Manager with providing operational oversight and direction to Medical Office Coordinators (MOCs) and Specialty Clinic Coordinators.
The Medical Office Supervisor will augment patient, family and physician satisfaction, promote ease of access to the Joslin Diabetes Clinic, adherence to policies and procedures, optimize communication and clinic workflows and oversee the regulatory functions including but not limited to HIPAA, HIM rules and regulations.
The Medical Office Supervisor will be responsible for development and implementation of education and training materials and training for staff. This position performs payroll functions, employee reviews, and works with management in hiring and disciplinary processes.
The Senior Administrative Coordinator for the Office of Sponsored Research (OSR) oversees the smooth and efficient operations of all administrative activities within the Office of Sponsored Research (OSR) and serves as receptionist for foot-traffic into the department.
In this role, you will work collaboratively with other support staff, maintain office operations, communications, database records, and files. Also supports efforts to keep all Research Division activities functioning smoothly.
The Coordinator must be able to handle many requests on his/her own, prioritize activities, and be capable of handling multiple projects simultaneously. The Coordinator must be able to work independently and address urgent issues by themselves.