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The Clinical Director, CBDH will work to provide clinical, administrative, and academic leadership with a focus on advancing measurement-based, patient and family centered care and evidence-based psychotherapeutic practice within the Center for Developmental Behavioral Health and ensure the quality and safety of services delivered. The incumbent will work collaboratively with the Center’s program directors and disciplinary leaders in Social Work, Psychology, and Nursing to build subspecialized interdisciplinary clinical teams, assign clinical cases, monitor clinical productivity, optimize clinician application of the electronic medical record, and ensure proper documentation and billing practices in keeping with expected ethical, regulatory, and practice standards. ID 9963
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 Director, Accreditation and Regulatory Affairs will initiate, lead, facilitate and manage all accreditation and regulatory functions of the hospital and related entities. The incumbent will establish and maintain communications and collaborations with external accreditation organizations, regulatory agencies and associations that focus on enhancing the safety and quality of care, treatment, and services for children, youth, and adults with special needs (as well as their families), staff, external constituencies, and other stakeholders, and will serve as a liaison between such entities and the Institute. Additionally, this position will advise and guide the Kennedy Krieger Institute Medical Staff, programs, and departments about interpretation of standards and regulations and implementation of accreditation and regulatory activities to successfully achieve and sustain accreditation, licensing, and certification.
*This is a hybrid role
The Director, Early Childhood Education Performance is responsible for overseeing the alignment and implementation of policy, practice, data-collection, and funded deliverables for all early development and education staff across all PACT early childhood education settings that provide services to under-served children ages birth to five years of age with typical and atypical development.
The incumbent will be a subject matter expert on the development and implementation of conducting and translating research into evidence-based-practices, developmentally appropriate practices for both typical and atypical development, curriculum development and implementation, specialized instruction (including accommodations, adaptations, and universal design), and implementation of ongoing quality improvement methods and models across early education settings. This position will then develop and deliver trainings and provide coaching regarding areas of subject matter expertise to staff with a variety of backgrounds and experiences. The incumbent directly supervises a team and indirectly collaborates with the education, clinical, administration, research and support staff throughout the programs and across multiple settings and sites.
The Education Technical Assistance Specialist will provide high quality training and technical assistance to early childhood care and education providers and teachers enrolled as participants in CARD community programs and research studies.
The incumbent will conduct classroom observations, identify professional development goals in collaboration with early childhood teachers, identify and deliver evidence-based strategies and interventions, provide consultation and coaching to teachers, deliver trainings and workshops, and evaluate program outcomes through assessment and progress monitoring.
This position may take on additional responsibilities such as project coordination, material and resource development/preparation, and data coding and/or analysis.
The Finance Systems Analyst I is responsible for coordinating the implementation of systems solutions that address key business objectives, improve productivity, reduce costs, and support regulatory compliance. The incumbent assesses and identifies opportunities for application enhancements through end user requests, business needs, and overall strategic planning; and researches opportunities and develops alternative solutions that are cost effective and meet the functional and technical requirements of the project. The incumbent must possess functional knowledge of Finance business practices to gather functional requirements as well as a solid aptitude for assisting with development of technical solutions to business challenges. In addition, this position requires technical experience to design, develop, and test modifications to the Financial applications. This position will collaborate closely with Finance, Human Resources, Information Systems, Payroll, and other business leaders to develop and implement best practice business processes focused on maximizing efficiency.
The Program Coordinator will be primarily responsible for research coordination duties for the Office of Health, Equity, and Inclusion (O-HEID) and the Center for Diversity in Public Health Leadership Training. Responsibilities will include data collection and management, coordination and production of videos for the Learning Management System, ensuring data integrity, coordination of data needs, development of data systems and processes, data input, provision of data in publishable formats, assisting with mentoring of Center for Diversity scholars, and provision of some administrative services for the Chief Diversity officer and Associate Director of the Office of Health, Equity, and Inclusion (O-HEID).
The Program Manager combines administrative and research responsibilities to work with the Principal Investigators (PI) and research collaborators in support of the development and implementation of research projects and to carry out experiments. The encumbant is responsible for overseeing protocol changesinvolving the Institutional Review Board (IRB), sponsors, and collaborators; data collection, storage, and sharing; and overseeing daily operations within the department. Managerial duties include the training of new staff members, fellows, and students on the proper use of equipment, research techniques used in thelaboratory, and policies and practices in line with all applicable Kennedy Krieger Institute.
**This position is on-site; remote is not available.
The Staff Attorney will work with the Director, Project HEAL (Health, Education, Advocacy and Law) to provide advocacy and legal services to patients, families, and members of the community, including, but not limited to: (1) limited representation to families and children with disabilities; (2) case consultations with staff members and trainees; (3) representation on civil legal matters (e.g., special education, denial of public benefits, and guardianship and less restrictive alternatives (LRAs)); (4) pro bono referrals; (5) professional trainings; (6) community trainings; (7) community outreach; (8) legal research, and (9) systemic advocacy. The incumbent will also provide supervision to Project HEAL trainees, engage in fundraising activities, engage in grant writing and reporting, and enter data.
The Patient Services, NBU Programs, oversees the In/Outpatient admissions process for the NeuroBehavioral In and Outpatient Programs, including guiding families through the admission process, obtaining third party payer authorizations/recertifications; managing program waiting lists; maintaining contact with all members of the interdisciplinary team, referral sources and families as necessary.