The Department of Pediatrics Critical Care is seeking an Improving Pediatric Acute Care Through Simulation (ImPACTS) Program Manager. The Program Manager is responsible for the coordination and administration of all aspects of an ongoing program, including planning, organizing, staffing, leading, and controlling program activities. In addition, this position plans the delivery of the overall program and its activities in accordance with the mission and the goals of the organization.
Primary Responsibilities Include:
1. Oversees the advancement and growth of the program. Gives direction and leadership supporting the philosophy, mission, strategy, and annual goals and objectives. Assumes primary accountability for disseminating and publishing all program information to create public awareness and support of the program.
2. Works closely with leadership, colleagues, academic medical centers and community partners to further develop and implement strategic plans.
3. Identifies, solicits, and cultivates community partnerships and collaborations to assist in the development and growth of the program.
4. Develops the metrics to identify and measure the success of the program.
5. Tracks all collaborative activities and regularly informs leadership of progress on each initiative. Recommends structural or programmatic adjustments, changes or additions based on full knowledge of missions, goals, and objectives.
6. Initiates, designs, and manages the compilation of program communications; identifying collaborative potential, and promoting philanthropic and collaborative support of the program.
7. Contributes to the development and assists in the management of content on the program's website and monitors all changes and additions to the editorial content.
8. Performs other duties as assigned.
1. Oversees management and case development.
2. Conducts piloting, refining and finalizing all simulation cases and checklists.
3. Schedules and provides training to new academic medical centers that will collaborate with the ImPACTS network.
4. Supports all simulation ImPACTS projects with report outs, data collection, and all follow up requirements.
1. Conducts Data entry, maintenance, analysis and creating reports.
2. Oversee other research personnel (student, associate) in conducting the relevant data collection and/or management.
3. Creates and manage content for social media management.
4. Participates in opportunities to assist in several manuscripts, presentations and sub-projects.
Bachelor's degree and two years of related experience.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Knowledge of accreditation guidelines. Strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Strong critical thinking skills and ability to work independently. Ability to work on multiple projects at one time. Ability to manage and complete projects. Knowledge of MS Office software applications.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3AD
Job Function: General Admin
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