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The Assistant Director, Clinical Operations (Site Clinical Director) is responsible for providing oversight and clinical services at the assigned Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) location. This position provides input and supports the Director of Clinical Operations in the strategic execution of a number of leadership activities. Under the guidance of the Director of Clinical Operations, this staff member develops policies and procedures; and provides leadership, support, and guidance to clinical and administrative staff.
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.
Assistant Vice President (AVP) - Research Administration and Compliance
Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore, MD
Kennedy Krieger Institute, located in downtown Baltimore, is the world’s premier institution dedicated to transforming the lives of children and adults with neurological, developmental and rehabilitative disorders through groundbreaking research, innovative treatments, and life-changing education.
We are seeking an Assistant Vice President (AVP), Research Administration and Compliance to manage the oversight of all administrative activities related to research, including but not limited to sponsored projects contracting ( federal and non-federal awards), clinical trials compliance, human research protections, animal care and use, conflicts of interest and scientific misconduct.
The successful candidate will lead a staff of 20+ experienced research administration and compliance professionals. Currently organized into two offices responsible for all aspects of pre-award and post-award administration and a third office responsible for human subjects protection and other research compliance functions, the Research Administration Division is a critical component of the Kennedy Krieger mission. The new AVP will have a significant impact on the Division’s growth and be a valued member of the Kennedy Krieger team.
The AVP is expected to keep a flexible schedule combining onsite and remote work.
Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 10 years of research administration, regulatory, or compliance-related experience, including in a leadership role, at a hospital, university, or other research institution required. Experience with or knowledge in several areas of research administration and compliance, including the conduct and administration of clinical trials, sponsored projects administration, conflicts of interest compliance, human participant research, and other research management and compliance areas is required. Leadership, supervisory, and team management experience, preferably at a research or hospital facility is required.
Kennedy Krieger Institute offers excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, 401K with match, tuition reimbursement for employees and children in college, free parking and childcare subsidies! In addition, we offer rich professional development opportunities.
To apply, go to https://jobs-kennedykrieger.icims.com/ and enter Job Id # 8199
The Assistant Vice President, Access Operations is responsible for strategic leadership to help enhance the patient experience, specifically related to accessing services across the organization. The incumbent should be willing to use new ways of thinking to develop and implement data-driven solutions that support a culture of exemplary patient access. The AVP is responsible for providing direction and leadership to achieve ongoing operational quality, productivity, and efficiency.
Kennedy Krieger Institute plans to open an innovative early childhood learning center in Northeast Baltimore to provide a comprehensive, family-centered education for children ages 3 to 5. The center, which will serve as a model for educators across the nation, opens in September.
Kennedy Krieger Integrated Early Learning Center Demonstration Site will provide full-day, year-round education for up to 40 children from Baltimore’s under-served communities. Students will learn in an inclusive, blended environment following an evidence-based, Kennedy Krieger-developed model—this encompasses the classroom needs of typically developing children as well as children with developmental needs; approximately half of the center’s students will be neurodiverse children with atypical development.
In addition to improving learning outcomes for its students, the model seeks to improve social/emotional, functional, and behavioral outcomes and to close learning gaps experienced by some groups of young children.
The Director,Integrated Early Learning Center Demonstration Project will understand and be committed to the overall vision, mission, and goals of the demonstration project. The Director works cooperatively with Kennedy Krieger Institute across all programs and departments, Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE), and evaluation team consultants on implementation, evaluation, and sustainability of the project.
The Director, Business Operations will oversee and insure accountability of all business operations across the Clinical and Community Programs. This position will oversee and manage grants, contracts and fee-for-services finances, and in coordination with the Department/Program Directors, allocate financial resources within the program. This position will work with administrative staff to develop and implement management policies and procedures.
The Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, is the world's premier healthcare organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and young adults with pediatric developmental disabilities and disorders of the brain, spinal cord and musculoskeletal system.
The Department of Family and Community Interventions is one of the largest outpatient departments at the Institute and consists of two programs: the Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress (currently a funded Category II site in the National Child Traumatic Stress Network) and Therapeutic Foster Care. The Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress is a recognized leader in trauma- and evidence informed training, inclusive of a robust biannual conference. The Therapeutic Foster Care program provides comprehensive services for children with emotional, behavioral and specialized healthcare needs. Since its inception in 1984, the department has focused its mission-driven work on trauma- and evidence-informed care, clinical training, advocacy and education, as well as trauma prevention for children, their families and communities that have been negatively impacted by out-of-home placements, traumatic exposures, adverse life experiences, developmental disabilities, racism and/or social injustice.
The Financial CounselorI performs administrative operations for the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury (ICSCI). Emphasis is placed on adhering to high standards of customer service. Job functions and activities are periodically measured for adherence to quality and competency standards.
The Manager, Sponsored Projects is responsible for the Institute's pre- and post-award grant administration with moderate supervision. The position requires extensive interaction with faculty, medical program managers, program administrative managers, and Finance.
**this is a remote position
ThePatient Relations Specialist is responsible for developing, leading, monitoring, and reporting the overall organizational approach and systems related to patient and family complaints and grievances throughout the Institute. The Specialist investigates and responds to multi-disciplinary and complex patient complaints and grievances, often-requiring immediate attention and intervention.