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Regenstrief Institute is seeking an Application Security Engineer who will work with the Regenstrief Data Services team to ensure continuous operation, functionality, security, and adaptation of infrastructure at the Regenstrief Institute.
Regenstrief Institute is seeking a Director, Grants & Contracts to 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, creating new business initiatives, implementing special projects, developing new staff skills and realizing resource efficiencies.
Regenstrief Institute is looking for a dynamic individual to join our facilities team as a Maintenance Technician for our award winning building. This position provides daily coordination of safe and efficient use of the building and equipment to ensure the facility and all common areas are maintained in the best possible condition. This position reports to the Manager, Facilities and is part of a seasoned facilities team. This is an office setting, with day time hours and minimal after hours or weekend hours.
Regenstrief Institute is seeking a Program Assistant II (PAII) to provide administrative support to individual research faculty and assigned research programs in a creative, intellectually stimulating, open work environment at the William Tierney Center for Health Services Research. This Program Assistant serves as a point of contact and logistics to maximize Center productivity, teamwork, and collaborative activities.
The Project Coordinator I works within the Center for Biomedical Informatics to assist in coordination of various projects and activities across the center. The Project Coordinator I independently coordinates projects as determined by center administration. He/she may act as the point person for coordination of writing and development of grant proposals, reports, presentations, and other center communications.
Regenstrief Institute is seeking a Project Manager with the Medical Informatics group in the Center for Biomedical Informatics to manage projects funded by granting agencies and other customers. The Project Manager works closely with the project owner to manage the client or agency relationship, ensuring their satisfaction with the project.
Regenstrief Institute is seeking a Project Manager with the Regenstrief Data Services (RDS) group to manage infrastructure. The Project Manager works closely with the RDS team to build and improve workflow processes. The Project Manager will also work with customers to build on existing work to improve satisfaction.
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. DDM (Decreasing Delirium through Music in Critically Ill Older Adults) study. Delirium is a highly prevalent and morbid syndrome in intensive care units (ICUs).
Regenstrief Institute is seeking a self-motivated Research Assistant II who enjoys working with members of the community and is passionate about helping others. This position will provide assistance to a core program researching novel community-based educational interventions for high-priority public health problems in the State of Indiana, specifically, infant mortality. The research is led by Dr. Debra Litzelman with a key area of focus on discovering effective and sustainable, community-based practices to support and enable mothers and fathers to engage in behaviors that lower the risk of infant mortality and low birth weight infants through workforce development.
The Regenstrief Institute Data Services (RDS) is currently seeking a systems engineer with Data Engineering experience to join the Regenstrief Technical Services (RTS) team of ETL developers. The ideal candidate will have great communication skills, ability to quickly learn and apply new technologies. They will also have a data engineering or ETL background with experience in developing and supporting data warehouses and system integrations. Proficiency in ETL development, such as Talend, Pentaho, Informatica is preferred, but not required.
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