St. Jude is hiring a Windows Server System Administrator II position. This System Administrator II position is responsible for the design, test and configuration of various windows servers. This person will utilize strong analytical and troubleshooting skills to diagnose and resolve hardware, software or other system issues. Assists in the coordination, direction, or execution of system and/or network installations, configurations, and modifications. Plans and carries out Systems Team planning activities. Tracks assigned systems or network components for purposes of performance tuning and capacity planning. Establishes and revises systems or network administration and operations policies and procedures to ensure efficiency, effectiveness and security. Supports disaster recovery (DR) software, hardware, policies, and procedures.
We are looking for a person with excellent communication and time management skills, who enjoys working in a small team environment, and must have a strong customer-centric engineering focus. We value individuals with a strong commitment to problem-solving with a friendly and helpful attitude.
The GME Program Coordinator serves as the primary liaison between the Program Directors, fellows, faculty, Graduate Medical Education (GME) Office (CETO) and external agencies (ECFMG, ACGME). Coordinates all activities related to the subspecialty fellowship programs including strategic goals, action plans and goals and objectives. Manages the day-to-day financial and budgetary processes for the fellowship programs. Responsible for making sure all policies and procedures are followed and updated as needed. Generate and maintains all statistical reports and fellow-related confidential information. Oversees compliance of guidelines and policies issued by the GME Office, Resident Review Committee (RRC), Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), University of Tennessee, State Medical Board, and all specialty boards. Develops and manages numerous databases which include New Innovations, HRSA EHB for CHGME, and the fellowship website. Monitors all ACGME, departmental and institutional policies to ensure program compliance. Maintains and distributes educational goals, objectives, and curriculum. Assists in developing assessment tools for competencies. Participates in recruitment activities of new fellows. Assists with the administrative activities to fellows.
A Manager of Software Development position is immediately available for a highly motivated candidate to lead the development of St. Jude’s groundbreaking data sharing ecosystem, St. Jude Cloud. This people leader will direct a team of engineers developing the data sharing ecosystem underpinning the world’s largest repository of pediatric cancer genomics data. St. Jude Cloud is comprised of a set of interconnected web applications which share large-scale genomics data, curated genetics data, and many other types of data produced at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital with a user base ranging from oncologists to bioinformatics research scientists. Learn more by visiting this link
This position requires staying abreast of emerging technologies, platforms, frameworks to ensure St. Jude’s software quality exceeds industry standards. All candidates are expected to be a creative and critical thinker and a quick learner for new domains and technologies. Additionally, all candidates must have a demonstrated track record of excellence in people management or project management for at least one year.
Recognized as a world leader in mapping the genetic landscape of pediatric cancers, the St. Jude department of Computational Biology has developed state-of-art computational infrastructure, well-established analytical pipelines, and deep genomic analysis expertise with a track record of high-impact publications in top-tier biomedical journals such as Nature, NEJM, JAMA, Nature Genetics, and Nature Methods. The department provides a highly interactive environment with collaborative opportunities across basic and clinical departments, access to high performance computing clusters, cloud computing environment, innovative visualization tools, highly automated analytical pipelines and mentorship from faculty scientists with deep experience in data analysis, data management, and delivery of high-quality results for highly competitive projects. This position is located in Memphis, TN, and relocation assistance is available.
We are seeking a highly motivated and creative Lead Bioinformatics Analyst to join the team of Dr. Kim Nichols in the Division of Cancer Predisposition at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. As a Lead Bioinformatics Analyst your responsibilities will involve running existing genetics pipelines and developing new, faster and more efficient pipelines to support projects in cancer genetics and functional genomics. You will have ample opportunities to engage in research studies focusing on known hereditary forms of childhood cancer and discovery of new causes for familial cancers. You will be highly integrated into many existing and future collaborative projects within and outside of St. Jude which will allow for educational and cross-training opportunities.
You will work closely with research team members to analyze large-scale genomic datasets including WES, WGS, bulk and single cell RNA-seq, Cut&Run and ATAC-seq data, to identify novel cancer predisposing germline variants and interrogate the impacts of these variants on downstream gene function. You will develop, improve, modify, and operate data analysis pipelines, generate and provide analysis results and reports, and perform requested custom analyses.
The Department provides a highly interactive environment with collaborative opportunities, access to high performance computing clusters, a cloud computing environment, innovative visualization tools, highly automated analytical pipelines and mentorship from scientists with interests experience in data analysis, data management and delivery of high-quality results. The Division of Cancer Predisposition supports strong teamwork as well as individual and personal growth.
Candidates with a strong background and interest in genetics, cancer biology, and experience with use of genetic approaches to understand disease pathogenesis are highly encouraged to apply for this position. Familiarity with the analysis of large-scale cancer genomic datasets for germline as well as somatic mutations is preferred. This position is located in Memphis, TN, and relocation assistance is available.
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is seeking a dynamic and committed Director to lead the Office of Large Grant Development, a newly created central research development office established to fulfil the goals of the 2022-2027 St. Jude Strategic Plan. The Office will support investigators and research teams across the institution with complex, multi-investigator research grant proposals.
The Director for the Office of Large Grant Development (OLGD) will need substantial experience managing the development and submission process for multimillion-dollar grant applications. The Director will have the opportunity to build a team of 4-5 collaborative, talented, and dedicated staff from the ground up. This is an exciting time for large-scale research development at St. Jude, with a unique opportunity to help shape the direction of this office. The Director will work with St. Jude investigators and a variety of institutional support offices to raise the quality and quantity of submitted and successful complex, multi-PI, large funding applications for research grant opportunities from federal and non-federal sources. The Director will have expertise in conduct or supervision of scientific writing, coordination of investigator teams in the grant preparation process, overseeing the development of large complex grants, and grant harmonization. In order to be successful in this position, you will need to be able to work effectively with researchers/faculty, administrative staff, and interact productively with funding agencies. Serve as a mentor and resource to develop, guide, and further the work of supervisees to achieve goals that contribute to the growth of the office in supporting large grant proposal submissions.
If you are excited about this role, we look forward to reviewing your application.
The Velasquez laboratory in the Bone Marrow Transplant and Cellular Therapy Department is looking for a driven and creative scientist/lead researcher to join the team. We develop cell-based immunotherapies for high-risk leukemias with a strong focus on antigen discovery, bispecific CAR design and studying mechanistic implications of CAR T cell therapies. Our group provides a supportive environment, surrounded by an enthusiastic group of researchers and access to top-of the line resources.
This exciting opportunity will allow you to become part of a collaborative environment and develop and characterize novel immune-based therapies in project with high potential for translation into clinical trials.
- The applicant must be able to conduct independent research in molecular biology, immunology and/or cellular therapy
- Experience in molecular assays and tissue culture techniques.
- Experience performing multicolor flow cytometry
- Experience conducting in vivo experiments is highly desirable.
- Ability to communicate effectively
- Excellent multi-tasking skills
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Eager to learn and implement new techniques.
In addition to performing independent research, the applicant will also collaborate with other laboratory members on other endeavors.
At St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, we know what can be achieved when the brightest scientific minds face the fewest barriers. That’s why we provide world-class facilities, state-of-the-art technologies, and extraordinary support for your research to ensure scientific progress is never halted from a lack of resources. At St. Jude, you will be part of a collaborative, bench-to-bedside environment where you can see, firsthand, how your science translates into survival for the children we serve.
This is an exciting opportunity for a researcher to join our Center for Advanced Genome Engineering (CAGE). The Shondra Pruett-Miller laboratory offers a strong team-based environment where you will work collaboratively with other investigators across the institution to support their research needs and develop and improve genome engineering technologies. As a member of our laboratory, you will also bring in cutting edge protocols to provide newer and better workflows to our genome engineering operations.
Successful candidates should display competencies in the following areas:
- Understanding of and experience with molecular biology
- Extensive experience with cell culture (experience with iPSC, ESC, of HSCs a plus)
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Excellent multi-tasking skills
- Ability to work as part of a team
The Department of Epidemiology and Cancer Control housed at St Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, is seeking applicants for a full-time mobile Health (mHealth) Research Scientist position for a National Cancer Institute-funded project. The candidate will work with senior faculty members, a project coordinator, Clinical Research Associates, and other researchers to improve health outcomes for aging childhood cancer survivors. The scientist will collaborate with an experienced health informatics/IT team to develop, deploy, and maintain mHealth platforms for collecting patient-reported outcomes and digital health markers for research. Under the supervision of lead faculty members, the candidate will be engaged in a variety of research activities related to conducting literature review, data collection and analysis, creating training materials for patient engagement, writing research papers, engaging in mHealth-enabled health interventions, and grant preparations.
The role of Supervisor- Animal Services contributes to developing treatments for diseases and new methods of diagnosis that fall in line with the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital's mission statement "Finding Cures. Saving Lives." This role will directly provide supervisory and ancillary support within husbandry operations as well as other related duties assigned to meet the goals and objectives of the Animal Resource Center.
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday 7:00 am until 3:30 pm; Rotating 24 hour on-call weekend and holiday duty.
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is seeking a Web Content Administrator who will assist the Manager, Digital Internal Programs in creating employee content on a variety of digital platforms. This position will assist in the design, implementation and oversight of key resource development that align with internal communication initiatives. You will be responsible for researching, documenting and disseminating information as needed. Under limited supervision of the Manager, you will serve as a project manager and as a liaison to other departments where your collaboration will ensure coordination across stakeholders and departments.
This role allows you to work on projects that are only possible at St. Jude. We want someone who thrives in a fast-paced environment and enjoys giving input. If you are ready to join our team, take the first step by applying now!
The Internal Communication Content Writer will assist in the development of written content and digital materials for a diverse employee audience at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The content writer works collaboratively with a variety of departments to develop ideas, research and create materials necessary to communicate information to target audiences. Responsibilities will include interviewing faculty and staff members, writing stories on deadline for a variety of publications, reviewing materials, planning projects and story ideas, and editing content.
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has a unique opportunity for a Global Privacy Analyst who will report to the Administrative Director for Legal Operations. This critical role collaborates with the Global Privacy Counsel to support the daily operation and ongoing maturity of St. Jude's privacy program consistent with domestic, international and industry privacy standards.
The Global Privacy Analyst is responsible for performing day-to-day privacy activities that support the strategy, design and execution of the organization's privacy activities and plays a key role in ensuring that the organization meets its legal and regulatory obligations, including but not limited to investigations, applicable foreign privacy and data protection laws, and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
A top candidate should have demonstrated ability to:
- Communicate effectively and work collaboratively at all levels across the organization
- Conduct effective research to make appropriate determinations and recommendations
- Have good public speaking skills in order to present clear findings
- Conduct investigations and training
The Histology and Tissue Processing Core located in the Center for Pediatric Neurological Disease Research (CPNDR) is seeking support staff (at the Researcher/Senior Researcher level). This individual will provide institution-wide service in the Center Without Walls (CWW), a component of the St Jude Pediatric Translational Neuroscience Initiative (PTNI) which fosters collaborative neuroscience research across St. Jude.
The successful applicant will have experience with tissue processing and histology and general knowledge regarding animal physiology/neuroscience is an advantage. Highly organized candidates with good communication skills are encouraged to apply.
The COVID Supplemental Staff Nurse (SSN) will provide supplemental nursing coverage for COVID testing and symptom screening. The Supplemental Staff Nurse will act as a patient/family advocate, she/he seeks opportunities to communicate and coordinate patient care activities and employee testing throughout the continuum in collaboration with other members of the Health Care Team. The position is not a direct patient care position.
Nurses in this position will work fewer than 20 hours per week and fewer than 1,000 hours in a 12-month aggregate period
Join Us as We Continue to Improve Care for Children with Catastrophic Diseases
At St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, a world-class academic medical center, all staffare keenly aware of how their efforts contribute to our mission of advancing cures and means of prevention for pediatric catastrophic diseases. Our culture is a collaborative, positive environment where everyone receives the resources, support, and encouragement to advance their careers and achieve our goals. The Program Manager: Quality and Safety Education, will join team members in the Office of Quality and Patient Safety, an interdisciplinary group that leads efforts to improve care and reduce harm.
As the Program Manager, you'll have the opportunity to shape and lead a new education program that will help us achieve a goal of eliminating preventable patient harm. The Safe and Sound Academy will meet the quality improvement (QI) and patient safety education needs for all staff. The Academy will offer tiered levels of QI expertise and empower staff with improvement science skills to increase the quality and efficiency of patient care.As the Program Manager, your experience in curriculum design, evaluation, and leadership will be vital in ensuring the Academy is a success.
Not only will you lead and manage the Academy, you'll serve in an advisory role to improvement project teams across the spectrum of patient care. This responsibility will help to ensure that the educational approaches and methods are engaging, appropriate, and incorporate objective methods to evaluate their performance.
If you believe in mission-driven work, thrive in collaborative environments, and get excited about staying on the forefront of creating and leading engaging, innovative education programs, we'd love to have you apply.
The Administrative Specialist will handle confidential information with maturity and discretion. He/She must have excellent communication and organizational skills, and the ability to prioritize and manage multiple activities with conscientious attention to detail. In order to be successful in this role He/She will coordinate administrative support for project management. Ensure timely and cost effective completion of administrative details. Ensure that practices and procedures used by subordinates are consistent with established procedures. Under minimal supervision, but in accordance with established policies and procedures, provide administrative services for departments. Anticipate, initiate, coordinates and follow up on administrative activities and other special projects. May have the functional responsibility for providing direction to other administrative staff. The scope and complexity of this position is such that the Administrative Specialist is regularly dealing with diverse matters which require extensive knowledge of the department's area of responsibility. Possesses the ability to handle sensitive situations in a mature and confidential manner. If you are excited about this role, we look forward to reviewing your application.
The Department of Hematology at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is seeking a Lead Research for their Induced Pluripotent Stem Celll (IPSC) core facility. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate across the department on multiple projects through the maintenance, differenciation, charaterization, and validation of IPSC lines. Additional tasks will include expansion banking and quality control, providing support for researchers, collecting and analyzing data.
The successful candidate will be experienced in Molecular Biology techniques and tissue culture, with preference to those with experience in IPSCs. The ability to work efficiently, handle multiple projects, and communicate effectively with people at all levels within an organization will help you be successful in this role.
The Department of Bone Marrow Transplantation and Cellular Therapy is looking for a Data Scientist to help further the mission of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The Data Scientist role will have a direct impact on analytics needs of the entire BMTCT Program, utilizing state-of-the-art technologies. This position will be responsible for using data to unlock trends and key insights that are critical for the success of BMTCT operations. In this role, you will gain significant domain knowledge across administrative, clinical, research and basic science areas and help them make effective data based decisions. This is an opportunity to assist sPrincipal Investigators, BMT Faculty, clinicians, and Lab Director in developing presentations, charts and graphs to effectively communicate and illustrate results of key-findings, data analysis and data/science models as well as present them to customers including executive leadership teams.
The Department of Computational Biology is seeking a highly motivated Bioinformatician to develop and apply computational and systems biology approaches to dissect the molecular circuits that drive tumorigenesis, tumor immune-escape and drug resistance, and identifying novel immunotherapy targets, biomarkers and combination therapies (particularly with immunotherapy) for the treatment of pediatric cancers. This analyst/scientist will analyze and integrate high-throughput omics data, at bulk and single-cell levels, including transcriptomic, genomic, epigenomic, functional genomic, chemical genomic and proteomic data to model context-specific cellular/molecular networks and to identify actionable targets, biomarkers or compounds that could be translated into clinic for the development of precision medicine in pediatric cancer. The scientist will report to Dr. Jiyang Yu and will work closely with our collaborators in the departments of Immunology and Oncology for experiment design and data generation, and with our pipeline and visualization teams to explore novel analysis approaches for single-cell RNA-Seq, NGS-based RNAi/CRISPR screening, immune-profiling and proteomics data for molecular network inference and target identification.
Candidates with a strong interest in cancer immunotherapy, cancer precision medicine and expertise in oncology, immunology, computational biology, bioinformatics are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will also have an opportunity to participate in research projects involved in the analysis of the cancer genome, epigenome, transcriptome or proteome. Experience with omics data analysis using R or Python and familiarity with linux/unix is required. Experience and knowledge in immunology and/or immuno-oncology is highly desirable. Expertise in systems biology, network biology, parallel computing, web development, visualization and databases is also highly desirable.
The Yu Lab provides a highly interactive environment with projects involving basic and clinical research collaborators, access to high performance computing clusters, cloud computing environment, innovative visualization tools, highly automated analytical pipelines and teamwork with scientists who have deep experience in data analysis, data management and delivery of high-quality results for highly competitive projects. This position is located in Memphis, TN, and relocation assistance is available.
The Patient Relations Coordinator serves as the primary point of contact and is charged with fostering a patient and family centered environment, proactively serving as an advocate and liaison for patients and families for the institution. Serves as a bridge between the patient / families and the hospital and provides oversight of the institution’s Patient Relations program with a focus on improving the quality of care and optimizing patient satisfaction. Supports the patient's/family’s role in care, and ensures focus on customer service, patient's rights and ethical treatment, in accordance with the mission of St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The Patient Relations Coordinator also serves as the Patient Abuse Officer and the Civil Rights Coordinator, coordinating grievance reviews related to alleged patient mistreatment, abuse, or neglect involving employees, as well as of alleged discrimination against patients or their families based on race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.