Clinical Research Coordinator (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – 4 April 2017
Work was very interesting, the people were great. Overall it was a very positive environment to work in. I felt like I was making a difference in people's lives. My only issue was that my job title didn't have a lot of room for career growth.
Assistant Teacher (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – 21 January 2017
A typical day at work would include outside time with the two year olds, taking a nature walk with them in a wagon, diaper changes, short arts/crafts time, very intricate day sheets. I learned about the 30 hour Basic STARS training while there, but took the course shortly after my employment there. The management seemed easily upset and unfortunately had a hard time helping me through family deaths, including my niece. The hardest part of the job was not being supported through family emergencies and having to pay $100 a month to park there. I also only got paid once a month and only at $11/hour
full time, paid lunches, only 8 hour days
paid parking, monthly pay, no support from managers, didn't agree with Monstessori teaching
Clinical and IT Application Devices - JOB SHADOW (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – 29 December 2016
As a student in the computer Science field, I wanted to branch myself outside of the classroom and try and learn something that a teacher/class cannot teach to me, and that's actually having hands on experience in a IT field and working with the people by solving real world issues. My job shadow at Seattle Children's Hospital was a whole new experience for me. Having the chance, I got to work with an actual team of IT and Computer Science people by installing software, experiment by installing new hardware and actually collaborate in a group on how to make something work more efficient for all users. The hardest part was hearing everybody speak code, but to be honest, that was also the most enjoyable part. Because I wanted to learn and know everything step by step, the team was more than happy to explain and show me "what did what" and "this is our end result". I always find excitement in new learning material and topics that can help me grow in my desired dream job.
team building, communication, new challenges, higher opportunities
Network Engineer (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – 24 December 2016
Knowing that your here to help children is the most humbling experience that you have, knowing everyday you go to work to do your best to give life to the next generation and help to build amazing memories for the children of the future.
Medical Social Worker (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – 14 December 2016
I enjoy working for Seattle Children's Hospital and feel that I have acquired skills that I will take with me and use throughout the rest of my career. The staff at Children's all dedicated to providing the best care possible to children and families.
Certified Nursing Assistant (Oncology) (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – 9 November 2016
As a nurse assistant certified, I took vitals every 4 hours, reported any abnormalities to the nurses, helped patients and families with their activities of daily living. I also helped restock medical supplies. At the end of each shift, report was written and given to the next nurse assistant.
Unit Coordinator (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – 28 October 2016
SCH, horrible location. can take 1 hr to get from Montlake to Hospital if a sports game or any other function is happening. VERY clicky environment with employees. If you dont mesh well with older employees you will be " out". I suggest another location is you wish to work in Seattle. Also working at a childrens hospital isnt for everyone. Can be extremely depressing, and many serious childhood illness there which you bring home to your own family. Things people dont realize when they work in the environment This hospital requirement so many extra curricular classes on site on off hours. VERY inconvenient if you live out of seattle city.
location, environment, acquired illness's and extra work off schedule
SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT OPERATIONS (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – 5 September 2016
A typical work day is always busy never a dull moment. What I have learned about management in this particular department they do not take ownership for their mistakes. The hardest part of my job, is coming into a situation where there was no proper documentation or support on the job. The most enjoyable part of my jobs is the support of my coworkers.
Cred Specialist (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – 17 August 2016
I could write so many negative remarks but I will try to temper my words with some facts. I was hired is the Medical Staff Services department as a Credentialing Specialist. After only 4 weeks. The Director of Medical Staff Services told me in no uncertain terms. That 'It would be highly unlikely, that I would be successful in the role.'.
Three and a half weeks later I terminated. More over the MSS Director went on and tried to dispute my WA State Unemployment claim. By indicating that I resigned. When in reality the separation from employment was by termination, Moreover, HR was not present at my termination,
I would like to believe overall this is a dedicated and professional organization. However the Medical Staff Services Dept is a joke.
Orca Card, the Sandwhich shop across the street makes greeat sanwhiches
IS analyst (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – 13 July 2016
I work in the IT department and have seen major improvements over the last year which is very refreshing. Finally we are not only making progress, but the future work we are planning is exciting and inspiring. Impressive new leadership within IT over the last year!
Amazing co workers and great new leadership
Lots of work, but expected in an organization that continues to grow and thrive
Program Coordinator + Project Manager PT (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – 7 March 2016
wonderful place to work where value/benefits are seen and felt every single day; amazing organization and people and I would highly recommend this employer to anyone interested in healthcare, administrative work, kids/families.