Office for Nursing Research

Careers in the University of Washington School of Nursing Office for Nursing Research

The University of Washington School of Nursing is a global leader in clinical, translational, and population health research. Dedicated to pioneering improvements in health and health care, in FY 21, we were awarded over $20 million in research grants and sponsored projects. The School of Nursing Office for Nursing Research strives to advance high-impact, innovative nursing science that improves the human condition by providing robust infrastructure that fosters novation and excellence throughout the research grant and sponsored project lifecycle. We are strongly committed to creating an environment of active belonging through our dedication to building anti-racist practices and resources across the research enterprise. We celebrate diversity in strengths and believe that each member of our team contributes to broadening the lens with which we view our work and engage the community we serve. Due to a significant investment in the School of Nursing’s Grant Lifecycle Infrastructure, we are expanding our team and inviting applications for these exciting, collaborative staff positions.  Join us in elevating nursing science.

NEW! Post-Award Specialist: The ONR is recruiting for a post-award specialist to join our team. The person in this position will  independently manage a portfolio of sponsored projects for 15-25 principal investigators, ensuring compliance with budget and fiscal policies, procedures, monitoring, and reporting in collaboration with the PI. They will meet regularly with PI to ensure accurate reporting and project spending, forecast needs and prepare sponsor reports. You know this will be a great fit for you if  you have a penchant for communicating effectively and thoughtfully with diverse communities and teams, you’re a self-starter, proactively researching questions and investigating discrepancies, and you ask questions, because the “why” is as important as the “how”.  If you have more than four years experience in this role, apply here (REQ 213613). For those with less experience but interested in advancing in your career, apply here (REQ 213608).

Pre-Award Specialist: Our Pre-Award Specialist will independently manage the grant support functions for their team’s portfolio of investigators on behalf of the School of  Nursing including identifying funding opportunities, preparing submission timeline and institutional administrative needs for submission, reviewing final documents for congruence with sponsor guidelines, and solicit, technically edit and maintain biosketches, conflicts of interest, and other support documents for our investigators and their frequent collaborators in their team’s portfolio. For more information about this position, and to apply, please see the posting here.

Biostatistican: The biostatistician works independently to participate in the design of data collection, management, and analysis systems; provides statistical and scientific consulting for research projects; prepares written summaries and tables of results, and drafts scientific reports, papers, and grant applications. The biostatistician will be part of a team where peer to peer consultation and collaboration is an important aspect of the culture. This position will work with research faculty to collaborate on quality grant submissions, and implementation and analysis of well designed, high quality clinical studies in support of knowledge dissemination. Learn more about this position, and apply here.