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Join the Regenstrief Team

Our people come from many fields and backgrounds because we value a variety of talents and experiences. It’s how we innovate where others have not. If you want to seek and share knowledge to deliver the best health care — locally, nationally, and globally — in a culture fueled by diversity, innovation, and optimism, apply today.

Career Opportunities

Clinical Terminology Developer II – LOINC

Regenstrief Institute, Inc. is seeking a Clinical Terminology Developer II who will work within the LOINC and Health Data Standards unit at the Regenstrief Institute to develop, maintain, enhance, and distribute the LOINC vocabulary standard. This position processes and reviews requests for additions and changes to the LOINC terminology from end users and internal development activities.

Director, Center Operations – Center for Aging Research

The IU Center for Aging Research (IUCAR) is looking to hire a Director of Center Operations. This role is responsible for operational management, translation of strategic plans into operational plans, policies and procedures. This position will support business development, operations, marketing and communication, human resources, and facilities for the entire Center. The position supervises and mentors research staff, including support with training, research compliance, and the conduct of research. The position develops, manages, and continuously improves Center administration and project management functions. The position is also the chief liaison to the administration of the Regenstrief Institute, Indiana University schools, departments and centers, and other external stakeholders.

Director, Grants & Contracts

Regenstrief Institute is seeking a Director, Grants & Contracts who reports to the Chief Financial Officer, and exercising substantial independent judgment in the fulfillment of the duties and responsibilities assigned. The incumbent oversees the Department of Grants and Contracts Administration, a major administrative, policy, and service unit of the organization. The incumbent is charged with a full range of managerial and supervisory responsibilities, including communicating to staff members the mission of the organization and the purpose, policies and processes of the work unit. In addition to directing the ongoing operations of the unit, the incumbent leads staff members in identifying and resolving special problems, providing exemplary customer service, creating new business initiatives, implementing special projects, developing new staff skills and realizing resource efficiencies. The incumbent models the highest standards of professional ethics and stays current in the field of grants and contract administration. The incumbent supports the work of other units by communicating effectively with other leaders and staff, by allocating resources when possible to be of assistance to others, and by participating in team-based projects as needed.

Director, Terminology Services and Operations

Regenstrief Institute is seeking a Director, Terminology Services and Operations to provide critical operational and programmatic oversight for LOINC and Health Data Standards (LHDS) terminology development initiatives. The individual directs and integrates all facets of the content development process to ensure operational efficiency and programmatic cogency and provides management oversight to a highly skilled terminology team. This person will also represent LOINC and Regenstrief Institute externally to various stakeholder, standards organizations, national bodies (e.g. HL7© and AMIA), and other groups as well as contribute to the strategic direction and positioning of LOINC.

Maintenance Technician

Regenstrief Institute is looking for a Maintenance Technician to join our dynamic Facilities Operations team.  The Maintenance Technician provides daily coordination of safe and efficient use of the Regenstrief building and equipment to ensure the facility is maintained in the best possible condition. Interest and/or experience in the following systems is preferred: mechanical, electrical, fire/safety, telecom, security and environmental control systems.

Payroll Administrator

Regenstrief Institute is looking for a Payroll Administrator to contribute to the Institute’s operations by providing timely and accurate processing of timecards and payroll. The Payroll Administrator will work closely with Human Resources and Finance in completion of assigned work tasks.

Program Assistant II

Regenstrief Institute is looking for a Program Assistant II to provide administrative and clerical support to the program and acts as a point of contact for clients, assigned projects and guest interactions with Director and assigned Investigators. This person will be responsible for coordinating assigned events and maintaining content on electronic media upon request ensuring external communications remain accurate and current at all times.

Project Coordinator I – Data Core

The Regenstrief Institute is currently seeking a new member for our Data Core team. The right person for this role flourishes in a creative and intellectually stimulating environment and has a strong interest in healthcare data and research.  The Data Core serves as the primary resource for all research requests for data from the Indiana Network for Patient Care (INPC) and from other specialized sources. The INPC is a large health information exchange with more than 17 million unique patients over 30 years with both clinical data (e.g. labs, radiology). This resource is nearly unparalleled for clinical research around the world. The Data Core has been a central resource for access to electronic healthcare data for decades, serving both the Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University.  Although this opening is designed as a Project Coordinator I position, candidates with additional experience may be considered for alternative roles.

Project Coordinator I – Learning Health Systems

The Learning Health Informatics (LHI) Program in the Center for Biomedical Informatics (CBMI) is recruiting for a Project Coordinator. The LHI Program is focused on improving healthcare through continued innovation and evaluation by using data collected in everyday practice. To do so, we work on clinical applications, computer-based decision support, data mining, advanced analytics, and artificial intelligence. In this position, you will be working with our Learning Health Informatics team to coordinate projects that improve healthcare processes and outcomes. Examples include Health Dart, an app that makes it easier for emergency physicians to access information about their patients, and a project that is implementing Amazon-like recommendations for information in electronic health records. Other projects are focused on health equity, predictive algorithms and population health dashboards. In addition to Regenstrief investigators and staff, you will work with some of our major partners, such as the Indiana Health Information Exchange, IU Health and Eskenazi Health.

Project Coordinator II – Center for Aging Research

The Regenstrief Institute, Inc. is searching for a Project Coordinator II who will work within a given group to assist in coordination of various projects and activities across the program. The Project Coordinator II independently coordinates research projects as determined by research protocols. He/she may act as the point person for coordination of writing and developing grant proposals, reports, presentations, manuscripts, and other project documents.

Project Manager – Learning Health Systems

The Learning Health Informatics (LHI) Program in the Center for Biomedical Informatics (CBMI) is recruiting for a Project Manager. The LHI Program is focused on improving healthcare through continued innovation and evaluation by using data collected in everyday practice. To do so, we work on clinical applications, computer-based decision support, data mining, advanced analytics, and artificial intelligence. In this position, you will be working with our Learning Health Informatics team to manage projects that improve healthcare processes and outcomes. Examples include Health Dart, an app that makes it easier for emergency physicians to access information about their patients, and a project that is implementing Amazon-like recommendations for information in electronic health records. Other projects are focused on health equity, predictive algorithms and population health dashboards. In addition to Regenstrief investigators and staff, you will work with some of our major partners, such as the Indiana Health Information Exchange, IU Health and Eskenazi Health.

Research Assistant II – Center for Aging Research

Regenstrief Institute, Inc. is seeking a Research Assistant II to join our creative, intellectually stimulating, open work environment in the Indiana University Center for Aging Research (IUCAR). IUCAR develops, tests, and implements innovative strategies to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare and self-care for medically and socially vulnerable older adults. We seek to become the nation’s leading academic research center focusing on the health and well-being of older adults.

Research Assistant II – Center for Health Services Research

The William Tierney Center for Health Services Research at Regenstrief Institute is seeking a Research Assistant II (RAII) to join our creative, intellectually stimulating, open work environment. This RAII position works on the Community Health Research & Development Team, led by Debra Litzelman, MA, MD whose work is focused on improving the health and well-being of the medically underserved in both clinical and community settings.

Research Assistant II – DDM

Regenstrief Institute, Inc. is seeking a Research Assistant II to join our creative, intellectually stimulating, open work environment in the Indiana University Center for Aging Research (IUCAR). IUCAR develops, tests, and implements innovative strategies to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare and self-care for medically and socially vulnerable older adults. We seek to become the nation’s leading academic research center focusing on the health and well-being of older adults.

Staff Accountant I

Regenstrief Institute is currently seeking a Staff Accountant I to contribute to the Institute’s financial operations by providing timely and accurate accounting services related to the general ledger, compliance and oversight of the finance department.

Website and Infrastructure DevOps I

Regenstrief Institute is seeking a Website and Infrastructure DevOps I who will work jointly with Regenstrief’s LOINC and Health Data Standards and Global Health Informatics programs to ensure continuous proper operation, functionality, development, and adaptation of overall infrastructure and online presence for projects related to both units. They will maintain and report on each program’s web infrastructure including but not limited to: WordPress sites, APIs, LDAP services, Discourse, Atlassian sites, Etherpad, and others. They will also be responsible for each program’s productivity tools, e.g. Google Workplace, project management, CRM, and help desk platform. They will also help to develop web tools to support annual meetings and analytics reporting.

Affiliated Opportunities

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