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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.
Kennedy Krieger Institute has a clinical focus of meeting the specialized needs of children and adults with rare neurologic and developmental disorders. We are seeking a full-time clinical genetic counselor to join a dynamic and supportive team of five genetic counselors, two clinical geneticists and five neurogenetics experts. This position will be based in the department of Neurology and Developmental Medicine. The clinical focus of this position will include working with children and adults with neurodevelopmental disabilities, epilepsy, and a range of other neurogenetic conditions. The Institute is at the forefront of utilizing advanced genomic technologies to diagnose and care for patients with rare genetic disorders.
We are seeking a genetic counselor who has excellent interpersonal communication skills and the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Duties will include performing family history and risk assessment, coordinating genetic testing, educating about genetic diagnoses, counseling and providing support for patients and their family members. The genetic counselor will work within a multi-disciplinary team with a joint focus on providing holistic care to our patients. The genetic counseling team receives extensive support from a genetic counselor assistant, clinic coordinators, administrative assistants and nursing staff, which allows the genetic counselors to devote their efforts to clinical care.
Mentoring and supervision will be provided by a senior clinical genetic counselor, as well as other members of the genetic counseling and neurogenetics team. There are opportunities to participate in teaching of genetic counseling graduate students. In addition, research opportunities are available and encouraged.
Master’s degree in genetic counseling, ABGC board-eligible or -certified. Trained in clinical genetics, communication of genetic risk, counseling techniques, counseling of research participants.
Greater than two years of clinical genetics experience is preferred; however, all applicants are welcome.
The HRIS Analyst supports the overall HRIS daily functions related to the Institute’s Business Systems and data analytics. This includes, but is not limited to activities involved with planning, execution/implementation, closure and support. This position also analyzes data and troubleshoots system errors, trains end users, develops recurring and ad hoc reports, and supports custom interfaces.
the Manager, Patient Financial Services oversees and performs front-end clinical operations and Insurance Network functions which include but are not limited to admissions, financial clearances, credentialing, and provider enrollment services.
the Program Specialist I coordinates program initiatives under the guidance of the Clinical Social Work Manager to promote, recruit, and train prospective therapeutic foster care parents for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities, mental health problems or medically fragile conditions. This position provides various program support including but not limited to planning, organizing, coordinating, and implementing designated outreach activities.
the Programmer/Analyst 1 will provide technical assistance to the Behavioral Psychology Department for database development and maintenance; assist staff with their technology needs including programming for projects and troubleshooting hardware and software problems, etc. The Programmer/Analyst 1 will provide staff and parent training on technology and software implemented by the Department of Behavioral Psychology as it relates to patient treatment protocols and outcome assessments, and will monitor the effectiveness and implementation of new and ongoing technology resources within the department.
the Project Director (Saudi Arabia Project) will oversee operations and activities performed in establishing the Autism Center in Saudi Arabia. Under the direction of the Executive Director at the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), this position will coordinate project planning, development and implementation; monitoring; maintenance of project progress; and the creation of training programs and training for the Saudi Arabian team. The incumbent will liaise with the Saudi Arabian Autism Center leadership to coordinate priorities and adjust implementation plans, products, and services accordingly. This staff member will supervise staff and work collaboratively with multidisciplinary teams within CARD and at the Saudi Arabia Autism Center. Local and international travel is required.
the Supervisor, Patient Services supervises all aspects of Clinical Assistant performance, provides unit leadership, and performs administrative functions to ensure successful program implementation.