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Transform the experience and delivery of health and health care

Interested in learning more about design in health care or the types of projects you could be working on?

Working at Mayo Clinic is having a career that will change your life and the lives of our patients. It's supporting the clinical practice to provide the highest-quality patient care by placing the needs of the patients first.

At Mayo Clinic, you'll discover a culture of teamwork, professionalism and mutual respect — and most importantly, a life-changing career.

Whether you are a student, new graduate or an experienced professional, we invite you to join a team of passionate, determined and talented individuals who are working at the intersection of design and medicine.

The Center for Innovation team is dedicated to addressing the issues of health care today, keeping an eye on the future and laying the groundwork for emerging trends and technologies, and medical breakthroughs.

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Job opportunities within the Center for Innovation

Innovation intern

The intern position focuses on building skills in design research and service design, while providing exposure to the role of design in health care. To qualify, you must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or master's level program.

Service designer I, II, III

The service designer uses the human-centered and participatory methods of "design thinking" to identify unmet patient, provider and institutional needs and creates new service concepts or business strategies to better meet those needs. A bachelor's degree and experience is required.

Project manager

The Center for Innovation offers three levels of project management: Associate project manager, project manager and senior project manager. The project manager works independently, assuming primary responsibility for planning, directing, coordinating and delivering project activities through the entire project life cycle (from initiation to hand off to customer) that are broad in scope. A bachelor's degree and experience is required.

Innovation coordinator

The coordinator is responsible for all program operations, including the management of the operational budget and the administrative management of the Center for Innovation Program with scientific subprojects. Broad areas of responsibility include intra-institutional and intradepartmental coordination, finance, communication, public relations and personnel. A bachelor's degree and experience is required.

Administrative assistant

The administrative assistant provides a variety of secretarial and clerical tasks in support of Center for Innovation staff members. Must be able to work autonomously and manage multiple tasks in an organized and timely manner. This role requires a completion of an administrative assistant or secretarial degree or diploma and two years of experience.

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