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Anatomic Pathology Technician (Seattle Campus, Evenings, Full Time)

Embed various tissue types; cut paraffin embedded blocks; and perform routine and special staining procedures, among other duties.

Anatomic Pathology Technician: Cytology (HMC, Days, Full Time)

This role accessions cytology specimens; ensures specimens meet testing requirements; and reviews cytology requests to determine appropriate techniques and procedures, among other duties.

Anatomic Pathology Technician: Histology (HMC, Days, Part Time)

This role performs routine procedures for services such as Histology and IHC including processing, embedding, microtomy, and staining of tissue specimens, among other duties.

Anatomic Pathology Technician: Histology (UWMC, Nights, Full Time)
This role will perform histotechnology procedures such as: processing, embedding, cutting, mounting, and staining of tissue specimens for evaluation and diagnosis by Pathologists.
Anatomic Pathology Technologist (Seattle Campus, Nights, Full Time)

This role embeds various tissue types; cuts paraffin embedded blocks; and performs routine and special staining procedures, among other duties.

Bioinformatics Engineer: Virology (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)
This role develops next-generation sequencing data analysis pipelines and designs/constructs database tools, web-based decision support tools, and applicable software.
Clinical Lab Technician 1 (Multiple Divisions, Locations, and Shifts Available)

​This position plays a vital role in the lab by performing specimen processing tasks and patient blood draws and answering customer questions.

Clinical Lab Technician 2: Client Support Services (Seattle Campus, Days, 80% FTE)
This role advises clients and potential clients of the optimum use of the department’s clinical lab services; provides technical info regarding methodologies to clients; and performs pre-analytical lab procedures, among other duties.
Clinical Lab Technician 2: Virology (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)

This role manages research specimens for clinical trials as well as sample collection kits for clinical study sites; performs components of lab testing, such as DNA extraction and PCR setup; and preps reagents and chemical solutions, among other duties.

Computer Support Analyst (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)
This role provides technical support and expertise to users and recommends usage strategies for systems; performs systems/software/hardware maintenance and troubleshooting; and manages user account and resources, among other duties.
Courier (Days, Temporary)

This role drives a UW vehicle t transport lab specimens, reports, supplies, and other designated materials between UWMC and medical facilities and labs within WA state.

Courier Coordinator (Northgate, Days, Full Time)
This role handles communication duties between the courier team and the department’s internal and external partners; creates and implement’s SOPs; conducts weekly inventory and makes necessary purchases; and serves as the primary point of contact to resolve client and staff questions, among other duties.
Genetic Counselor (UWMC, Days, Full Time)
This role analyzes variants of uncertain significance; assists with NGS testing issues; coordinates follow-up testing of at-risk family members; and participates in scientific and QA studies and research related to the lab’s services, among other duties.
Lab Assistant (UWMC: Northwest, Nights, Full Time)
This role performs pre-technical and semi-technical procedures in the laboratory, including phlebotomy, specimen processing and preparation, and other support tasks.
Lab Assistant (UWMC: Northwest, Nights, Per Diem)
This role performs pre-technical and semi-technical procedures in the laboratory, including phlebotomy, specimen processing and preparation, and other support tasks.
Medical Lab Scientist 1/Trainee (Multiple Divisions, Locations, & Shifts Available)
We are seeking Medical Laboratory Scientist candidates who are passionate about improving the health of the public by providing critical diagnostic testing services. We have multiple positions open across several campuses and shifts.
Medical Lab Scientist Lead: Genetics (UWMC, Days, Full Time)

​This role provides daily leadership to staff; oversees training of new employees, MLS students, postdocs, and residents; and facilitates method evaluation and development, among other duties.

Medical Lab Scientist Lead: Immunology (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)

This role assigns and evaluates the work of others; develops new test methods; communicates with the supervisor and faculty about ongoing operations; and oversees QC policies and procedures, among other duties.

Medical Lab Scientist Lead: Immunology (UWMC, Days, Full Time)

This Medical Laboratory Scientist Lead develops and evaluates methodologies, reagents, and procedures; assigns and oversees the work of others; assists with regulatory and compliance aspects of clinical testing; helps evaluate the performance of fellows, residents, and staff; and will take a lead role in the preparation of the relocation of the Immunology lab, as needed, to the central reference lab location.

Medical Technologist (UWMC: Northwest, Days, Per Diem)
This role performs routine and complex technical procedures and tests on biological specimens; performs quality procedures such as proficiency testing; and trains new employees and students, among other duties.
Medical Technologist (UWMC: Northwest, Nights, Full Time)
This role performs routine and complex technical procedures and tests on biological specimens; performs quality procedures such as proficiency testing; and trains new employees and students, among other duties.
Phlebotomist (UWMC, Days, Part Time)
This role performs phlebotomy on patients of all ages; performs some lab testing procedures; and prepares patient and collection equipment, among other duties.
Program Operations Specialist: Education Programs (Seattle Campus, Full Time) (2 Openings)

This position is responsible for the development and implementation of curricula along with assessment tools that provide valid and reliable evidence that trainees achieve competency-based educational objectives in the Medical Student Clerkship, APCP Residency, and Post Sophomore Fellowship programs.

Program Operations Specialist: Genetics (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)

This role works closely with Genetics leadership and acts like a lab liaison to internal and external clients as a subject matter expert; identifies improvements to workflows; runs and compiles queries from multiple data sources, among other duties.

Quality Assurance Specialist: Virology (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)
This role participates with faculty and managers in the development, implementation, and maintenance of QM programs for clinical trials.
Research Scientist 1: Shi Lab (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)
This role assists with a project aimed to discover and validate biomarkers for neurodegenerative disease diagnosis, staging, and drug developing applications.
Research Scientist 1: Virology (Seattle Campus, Days, Project Appt, Full Time)

This position will support research looking at viral replication, viral-host protein-protein interactions, drug efficacy, viral evolution, and viral genome sequencing fields.

Research Scientist 1: Virology (Seattle Campus, Days, Project Appt, Full Time)

This role will provide support to the Virology Clinical Research Team by performing technical procedures including various PCRs, next generation sequencing, and tissue, plasma, DNA, and RNA extractions on biological samples.

Research Scientist 2: Genetics (UWMC, Days, Full Time)
This position will support research projects within the genetics division and will perform tasks such as isolating DNA from biological specimens; performing NGS techniques; and advancing software applications.
Research Scientist 2: Greninger Lab (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)
This role supports research looking at viral replication, viral-host protein-protein interactions, drug efficacy, viral evolution, and viral genome sequencing fields.
Research Scientist 2: Immunology (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)
This role will support research around the development of immunoassays and protein chemistry assays.
Research Scientist 3: Greninger Lab (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)
This role supports viral genomics and determinants of viral growth.
Research Scientist 3: Immunology (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)
The Immunology division is developing novel serology, capillary electrophoresis (CE), and mass spectrometry (MS) assays for the evaluation of antibodies as biomarkers of disease. This new position will help guide development of these capabilities for use in clinical care and clinical trials, as well as in systems serology research.
Research Scientist 3: Keene Lab (HMC, Days, Full Time)

This role will focus on spatial trancriptomics and proteomics to study normal adult brain structure and function, brain aging and neurodegeneration, neurotrauma, and neuro-oncology. This research will go on to interrogate intracellular and intercellular signaling and biological pathways to identify potential therapeutic targets.

Research Scientist 4: Greninger Lab (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)

This role will collaborate with Dr. Alex Greninger to conceive and develop projects and plans for understanding viral replication, viral-host protein-protein interactions, drug efficacy, viral evolution, and viral genome sequencing fields, and subsequent performance of assays.

Research Scientist Senior/Director: ISCRM (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)
The Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (ISCRM) is seeking a director for the Garvey Imaging Core facility – a light microscopy core that serves the ISCRM community and collaborators.
Research Scientist Senior: Greninger Lab (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)

The role will collaborate with Dr. Alex Greninger to conceive and develop projects and plans for clinical immune profiling of viral diseases, including developing and validating bespoke high-throughput binding serologies, functional serologies such as neutralization/pseudoneutralization assays, TCR/BCR sequencing, cellular immunity assays, cytokine assays, and Fc characterization assays, and subsequent performance of assays and/or direction of technical personnel.

Senior Computer Specialist (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)
This role is responsible for collaborating with the Lab Infrastructure team for successful project delivery; installs new and rebuilds existing servers; performs daily system monitoring; and develops and maintains installation and configuration procedures and standards, among other duties.
Variant Review Scientist: Genetics (Seattle Campus, Days, Full Time)

This role generates data and is responsible for review and interpretation of genomic test results. This role also provides analysis and consultation to physicians and scientists, among other duties.