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Staff Careers

Staff in the Department of Pediatrics belong to a proud and diverse community of colleagues who support and applaud each other in all achievements, big or small. The department is highly committed to building a culture that supports diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts and programs, and strives to uphold this commitment as we work to achieve our institution’s core mission.

Staff engage in a challenging and rewarding work culture, where both personal and professional quality of life is highly valued. Employees take advantage of a full range of benefits, including generous paid time off, paid parental leave, robust health and retirement plans, tuition benefit, and a plethora of wellness and employee assistance resources.

Administration

  • Administrative Assistant (Pediatric Comparative Effectiveness Research)

    The administrative assistant will work within the Pediatric Comparative Effectiveness Research group. This position will provide administrative support to faculty and staff, maintain an internal website and newsletter, assist in the administrative components of grant proposal submissions including formatting word documents and collecting and organizing documents, and more.

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  • Administrative Assistant (Pediatric Hematology/Oncology)

    The division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology is seeking an administrative assistant to support physicians in the division. This position will manage expense reports, Egencia (travel), BUY IU, and other fiscal-related responsibilities. They will also manage physician calendars, meeting invites, and CV updates.

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  • Administrative Assistant (Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research)

    The administrative assistant position will be housed in the Wells Center for Pediatric Research serving a wide array of faculty investigators and staff seeking answers to the most pressing questions related to childhood illness.

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Clinical Research

  • Clinical Research Coordinator (Pediatric Pulmonology)

    This clinical research coordinator position will conduct and complete research studies for Dr. Robert Tepper's lab. The candidate in this position will be completing interventions with children and parents and assist with pulmonary function tests.

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  • Clinical Research Technician (Pediatric Clinical Translational Research)

    The division of Pediatric Clinical Translational Research is seeking a clinical research technician. This position will assist researchers within the department, perform a wide array of molecular biology experiments as dictated by clinical protocols (specimens could include blood, stool, saliva, nasal and oral swabs, and tissue), perform ELISAs, RNA/DNA extractions, cell culture, and flow cytometry analysis among other techniques that will be used, and maintain inventory of clinical specimen, logs and uses databases such as Excel and others to track the use, volumes, and availability of samples.

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Information Technology

  • Data Analyst (Pediatric Health Services Research)

    The Data Analyst role will focus on core data management services for the interdisciplinary research team directed by Dr. Sarah Wiehe at Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM). Under her direction are several related initiatives that are central to her extramurally-funded grant portfolio as part of IUSM and to her Co-Director role as part of the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI). These initiatives investigate social determinants of health, patterns of healthcare and social service utilization, justice involvement and residential mobility to identify opportunities for intervention and to improve health equity in Indiana.

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  • Data Analyst (Pediatric Clinical Research Center)

    We are seeking a Data Analyst for the Pediatrics Clinical Research Team. The Data Analyst will focus on core data query and management services for the interdisciplinary Data Research Team directed by Dr. Erick Forno, Vice Chair for Clinical Research in the Department of Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM).

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Program Management

  • Program Management Specialist (Pediatric Adolescent Comparative Effectiveness Research)

    The division of Pediatric and Adolescent Comparative Effectiveness Research is seeking a program management specialist. This position will plan, direct and implement programs or events, including the creation of materials to support these events; provide staff communications and serve as a liaison to program participants, collaborators in other units, community partners, vendors and the public; recruit, train, direct, schedule and evaluate faculty and staff partners, students and volunteers.

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  • Program Management Leader (Pediatric Traffic Safety)

    The Program Director is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Automotive Safety Program (ASP). Bachelor's degree required, master's degree preferred.

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Research

  • Research Analyst (Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research)

    The Research Analyst will work within the Endocrinology Basic Research group collaborating with researchers to develop experimental protocols and methodologies tailed to specific research objectives.

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  • Research Analyst (Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research)

    The Research Analyst will work within the Immunotherapy Basic Research group performing highly complex and intricate laboratory experiments.

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  • Research Analyst (Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research)

    Pediatric Adolescent Medicine Research seeks a research analyst to assist the Principal Investigator in conducting research experiments in cellular and molecular biology, tissue culture of primary cells and cell lines in monolayer and 3 dimensional raft cultures, retrovirus and lentivirus production, and live and fixed cell imagery requiring expertise in the application and adaptation of various research techniques and procedures.

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  • Research Analyst (Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research)

    The Research Analyst will work within the Nephrology Basic Research group providing research expertise including bench work skills and data analysis.

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  • Research Technician (Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research)

    The Research Technician position will be based in the lab of Dr. Amelia Linnemann at Indiana University School of Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics and in the Indiana University Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases (IU-CDMD) Microscopy Core, which Dr. Linnemann directs. We are looking for an enthusiastic applicant to assist with our studies to evaluate pancreatic islet function and dysfunction during diabetes development.

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  • Research Technician (Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research)

    The Research Technician will be based in the Gastrointestinal Basic Research group performing research assays; conducting lab ordering; maintaining and cataloguing mouse colony; documenting research findings; and designing research studies in conjunction with the PI.

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  • Research Technician (Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research)

    The Research Technician will be based in the Endocrinology Basic Research group conducting experiments according to established protocols or under the guidance of a researcher; collecting data from experiments, recording observations, ensuring instruments are properly calibrated and maintained; maintaining detailed records of experimental procedures, results and observations.

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  • Research Technician (Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research)

    A Research Technician position is available in the Firulli lab which is within The Wells Center for Pediatric Research at the Department of Pediatrics Indiana University Medical School in Indianapolis (IUSM). The environment is a highly supportive integration of basic science and clinical research that is a fast-paced, offering a unique environment for training.

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  • Research Technician (Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research)

    This position will assist the Principal Investigator in conducting research in Pulmonary Research Group within the Wells Center for Pediatric Research.  This research includes small animal handling, molecular, cellular biology and biochemistry experiments.

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  • Research Technician (Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research)

    The Research Technician will be based in the Nephrology Basic Research group performing animal experiments, collecting tissue, and analyzing and reporting data.

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