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U.S. Positions

International Positions

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U.S. Positions

Grants & Contracts Specialist – Seattle, WA

I-TECH has an outstanding opportunity for a Seattle-based, full-time Grants & Contracts Specialist.

The Grants and Contracts Specialist will work closely with project Principal Investigators to identify and pursue mission-related grant opportunities. This individual also manages, leads, and tracks post-award activities, to assure timely and accurate responses to funder requests, required reports, and reapplications. They will oversee the development, implementation, and tracking of sub-awards, the majority of which are in foreign countries, and many of which have never received funding from a US government source. This position is essential in ensuring compliance with University of Washington, state, and federal, as well as local country office, laws and policies. The Grants and Contracts Specialist leverages detailed knowledge of University regulations governing grants and familiarity with requirements of funding sponsors to review, filter, and guide grant and contract applications, awards and sub-awards.

To learn more about the position duties, required qualifications, and application instructions, read the full job description.

Posted: 1 September 2022

Senior Digital Health Specialist – Seattle, WA

I-TECH has an outstanding opportunity for a Seattle-based, full-time Senior Digital Health Specialist to work with the Digital Initiatives Group at I-TECH (DIGI).

The Senior Digital Health Specialist is a member of the DIGI team, reporting to a co-faculty lead, and guides the implementation of national health information systems which support optimal decision making and efficient use of resources by health service providers and public health authorities. The Senior Digital Health Specialist serves as the project lead on one or more small- or large-scale projects involving health information technology and the broader enabling environment that promotes their successful integration, maintenance, and use. The position leads the design, development and deployment of these systems. This is accomplished with emphasis on appropriate, user-centered design and deployment choices which support high-quality results and use of the data and information collected. It will be this position’s responsibility to select software solutions that best serve the needs of the client.

To learn more about the position duties, required qualifications, and application instructions, read the full job description.

Posted: 30 June 2022

International Positions

There are no open international positions at this time. Please check back frequently!