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The Assistant Director, Office of Health, Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity will oversee the implementation, training, and evaluation of the health, equity, inclusion, and diversity program plans in coordination and collaboration with the Chief Diversity Officer. The Assistant Director develops, modifies, and maintains employment and recruitment practices to support diversity, inclusion, regulatory, and business requirements. Develops training programs and educates staff about bias and the use of anti-racism strategies. Recognizes and defines opportunities to enhance diversity in the workforce. Hires, coaches, mentors and develops employees in regard to diversity issues in research. Offers effective recruitment and retention staffing solutions. Assists the Chief Diversity Officer and works in collaboration with the EDI Steering Committee and Councils to develop culturally-relevant and evidence and equity-based strategies to support employees, trainees, and patients at Kennedy Krieger Institute. Develops and updates curriculum for the Center for Diversity Learning Management System with Chief Diversity Officer and Co-Director of the Center for Diversity. Assists in selecting and mentoring Center for Diversity scholars. Reports to Chief Diversity Officer/Vice President.
*this is NOT a remote position
The Assistant Director, Sponsored Research Programs will provide direct oversight and operational leadership for the Office of Sponsored Research Programs, including direct supervision of Managers, Sponsored Projects and Financial Analysts. In addition, the incumbent will support pre-award and postaward activities and financial management for sponsored projects funded by federal and state agencies, foundations, and other public and private sources, and ensure compliance with applicable regulations and sponsor requirements.
The Assistant Manager, Financial Clearance serves as the lead verification specialist for team designated responsibilities and tasks. The Assistant Manager, Financial Clearance provides direct supervision and leadership to a team of Insurance Verification Specialists (IVS) and share knowledge formally and informally via individual and group instruction. This position will serve as a resource to the IVS Team for special insurance verification cases and for gaining insurance clearance in difficult situations.
The Director, Facilities Operations is responsible for preventative maintenance, capital renewal, and capital improvement projects involving existing facilities and infrastructure. This position provides overall life-cycle project management with responsibility to provide expertise, coordination, direction, and oversight on multiple projects simultaneously. This individual will maintain project schedules and budgets and help keep assigned projects on track by making recommendations to the Assistant Vice President on technical matters, deviations, alternate methods, procedures, planning, efficiency, and economy. The incumbent will work under the guidance of the Assistant Vice President of Facilities Planning and Engineering to plan and maintain Institute efficiency and compliance.
The Financial Analyst I will assist the Manager, Medical Program Operations by performing a variety of financial tasks in the areas of grants and budgets. The Financial Analyst I will conduct accounting and financial analyses and collaborate with a multidisciplinary team of clinicians/researchers.
The Financial Analyst II independently performs a variety of financial tasks in the areas of grants and budgets. General activities include collecting, analyzing and preparing financial data, preparing grant applications/ paperwork, and maintaining grant files and fee for service data to support the Assistant Director, Training Administration. Positive interaction and communication with the multidisciplinary team of clinicians/ researchers is essential to the position.
*this is a hybrid position - 4 days in the office and 1 day working from home
The Manager, Research Contracts coordinates and oversees the review of clinical and non-clinical research contracts and agreements as part of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. Under the supervision of the Associate Director, Research and Sponsored Programs, the incumbent will be responsible for reviewing, negotiating, drafting, and finalizing contracts and agreements with entities sponsoring and supporting research, including industry, non-profit, and other partners. This position will manage research partnership agreements through the entire life cycle, and will assist in the maintenance of the Institute’s repository of research contracts and agreements.
The Program Manager of the Center for Diversity in Public Health Leadership Training(CDPHLT)/ Office for Health Equity Inclusion and Diversity (O-HEID) provides the day-to-day operations, curriculum coordination, contract development and tracking of revisions, and coordinates and manages communication between program, grants management and finance, ensuring grant costs are appropriately charged. The Program Manager is a strategic problem-solver who identifies and provides appropriate solution options to the co-directors of the CDPHLT /Principal Investigators and O-HEID by managing day-to-day program activities at the CDPHLT. The Program Manager is responsible for developing reports for federally funded training grants, recruitment and application processes, trainee onboarding and mentoring, data tracking, and overall research support, including uploading and tracking revised evaluation forms, tracking renewal submission dates, assisting with grant applications, acquiring information necessary for letters of support and contracts, etc. This position may lead to a faculty appointment at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.
*this is NOT a remote position
The Staff Attorney will work with the Director of Project HEAL (Health, Education, Advocacy and Law) at Kennedy Krieger Institute to provide advocacy and civil legal services to patients, families, and members of the community in Supplemental Security Income (SSI) matters and public benefits, including, but not limited to: (1) limited representation to families and children with disabilities; (2) case consultations with faculty members, staff members, and trainees; (3) representation in civil legal matters; (4) pro bono referrals; (5) professional trainings; (6) community trainings; (7) community outreach; (8) legal research; (9) supervision to Project HEAL trainees; (10) fundraising; (11) grant writing and reporting; (12) data entry; and (13) systemic advocacy.
The Supervisor, Patient Services (Feeding) will provide supervision of Recreational Activities Staff, administrative leadership and coordination to program projects and goals, and will also provide developmentally appropriate play activities for children between feeding therapy sessions; parent training in behavioral management strategies throughout a patient’s admission; and direct and train playroom staff in the care of patients in the Feeding Program. This individual will participate in strategic planning, development, and implementation of program objectives.