Director Extension Work Job Description Sample
Regional Extension Educational Director - Regional Director - Region 18
The Department of County Services in Extension and Outreach with Iowa State University is seeking qualified candidates for a Regional Extension Education Director. The Regional Director provides leadership to each county Extension council within the region to meet their legal obligations as an elected body and to carry out the roles and responsibilities of an Extension District. The position oversees program delivery that meets the programmatic needs of the region.
The Regional Director initiates strategies for the Extension council’s implementation of fiscal management, grant and contract management, human resources and program needs assessment, and oversight. They also work with councils to initiate strategies to develop and oversee volunteer networks and assist extension Councils and staff to identify innovative ways to reach under-served and under-represented audiences and achieve relevant civil rights goals.
The Regional Director utilizes a proactive approach within the region to identify needs and cooperate with Extension Program Specialists in determining the appropriate programmatic response. This position coordinates with Program Specialists and County Extension Councils for the future program direction, inter-disciplinary programming, secures resources to support identified needs, and assists in reporting program outcomes.
The Regional Director appropriately administers the resources and oversees completion of all system reports for the region. Establishes, organizes, and facilitates networks and coalitions at the regional level to build community capacity. This position may also be involved in regional or multi-state partnerships or programs.
The successful candidate will possess the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with a wide variety of individuals and groups. The candidate will also possess the ability to establish partnerships with community leaders. Strong organizational, supervisory, and leadership skills are also a necessity for this position to be successful.
County Extension Director And Extension Agent I - IV
Cty Ext Dir & Ext Agent I - IV
The Florida Cooperative Extension Service is a partnership between state, federal, and county governments that provides quality, relevant education and research-based expertise to foster healthy people, a healthy environment, and a healthy economy. We are the resource that helps educate Floridians to address issues related to agriculture, horticulture, natural resources, youth development, families and communities.
University of Florida/IFAS Extension and Desoto County seek to fill a permanent-status accruing, full-time Extension Agent position with a self-starting, energetic, team-oriented individual who will also serve as County Extension Director (CED; 20-30%). The educational responsibilities of this agent encompass strong leadership with respect to Livestock/Agriculture OR 4-H Youth Development (65-75%). For Agent positions not assigned to 4-H Youth there is an expectation of active participation in the 4-H Youth Development program in the area of expertise (5%).
As an educator, you will lead through the design, implementation, and evaluation of educational programming that meet the needs of the county's diverse population in the selected programmatic area. If 4-H is the primary subject area, the faculty member will be expected to provide leadership and volunteer management in accordance with UF Extension 4-H guidelines, policies and procedures.
As the CED, you will lead, manage, supervise, coordinate and report on the total county extension program while maintaining, fostering and building effective working relationships with advisory committee, stakeholders, county government, community leaders, private sector clientele, media, government agencies, county residents, and UF/IFAS faculty, staff and extension administration.
You will use resourcefulness, creativity, enthusiasm, and innovation to strengthen current educational programs while reviewing and implementing new policies, maintaining records, assessing risks, communicating and marketing effectively across social media platforms, managing financial resources, and creating educational materials and opportunities for Desoto County.
This role provides the opportunity to make a positive impact in the Desoto County community as you work with extension faculty, staff and stakeholders. You will also collaborate with the District Extension Director and other Southwest CEDs on multi-county projects and serve as a role model to the community.
Extension is a partnership between state, federal, and county governments to provide scientific knowledge and expertise to the public. As such, all partners are involved in the supervision of the office and contribute to the salary and support resources.
The primary goal of Extension is to disseminate the latest knowledge and applicable technologies in agriculture, human and natural resources, and the life sciences in order to sustain and enhance the quality of human life. The UF/IFAS mission is accomplished through extension faculty members, scientists, educators, administrative staff, and volunteers working cohesively throughout Florida's 67 counties.
Desoto County is a small, rural, community. This interior Florida County consists of approximately 639 square miles, providing many activities for nature enthusiasts, such as boating, canoeing, swimming, and golf.
Agriculture and related industries are the primary employer for this close-knit community of approximately 36,000 residents. The city of Arcadia is the county seat. The county has easy access to the coastal communities of Bradenton/Sarasota and Punt Gorda/Fort Myers.
Commensurate with Education and Experience.
For the Livestock/Agriculture specialty, a successful candidate will have earned bachelor's and master's degrees in animal science, agriculture, natural resources, agronomy, or a closely related field (one degree must be in animal science). For the 4-H Youth Development specialty, the candidate will have these degrees in youth development, education, community development/sociology, agriculture, natural resources, or a closely related field. At least 3 years of professional extension experience or equivalent is necessary.
A flexible schedule that allows for irregular hours is necessary.
A valid driver's license as well as national background screening is a requirement of this position.
Previous CED experience or equivalent is preferred. Experience in creating lesson plans, developing instructional materials, and applying teaching methods appropriate for the audience is highly desirable.
Expertise in getting groups to work together for a higher goal, managing competing priorities, and adaptability to handle unexpected situations is a plus for this role. You must be an effective written, verbal and listening communicator, feel comfortable presenting in front of small and large crowds, be able to establish solid partnerships, and find innovative ways to attract new audiences.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Apply through the online UF application system at http://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/cw/en-us/job/507534 , and attach your Resume or CV, as well as a cover letter that describes how your experience and qualifications have prepared you for this position. Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (Eastern) of the posting end date.
TO COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION, PLEASE SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING:
You must submit unofficial copies of all transcripts and/or coursework of your academic degrees. You may attach these as an "other" document, or you may submit to our office as directed below. An unofficial copy is acceptable for the application process, but before you can be hired, IFAS Human Resources must have the official transcript for your highest degree on file.
Also, all applicants must have at least three reference rating forms on file. Reference forms must be less than one year old.
If you have not already done so, please contact your professional/academic references and ask that they complete a reference rating form on your behalf. The form is located at http://personnel.ifas.ufl.edu/ref_form.pdf .
Please also complete and submit the Previous Employment Form (located at http://personnel.ifas.ufl.edu/prev_employment.pdf ).
With the exception of official transcripts, all items submitted by mail must be postmarked no later than the next business day after the position closing date. All documents submitted by fax or email must be received no later than the next business day. If your official transcripts will arrive after the closing date, you must also submit unofficial transcripts by the deadline.
Requested reference forms and transcripts should be submitted to:
Ms. Dana LeCuyer
UF IFAS Human Resources
Faculty Recruitment and Hiring
P O Box 110281
Gainesville, FL 32611-0281
Fax: (352) 392-3226
Final candidate will be required to provide official transcript to the hiring department upon hire. A transcript will not be considered "official" if a designation of "Issued to Student" is visible. Degrees earned from an education institution outside of the United States are required to be evaluated by a professional credentialing service provider approved by National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), which can be found at http://www.naces.org/ .
The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Institution dedicated to building a broadly diverse and inclusive faculty and staff. The selection process will be conducted in accord with the provisions of Florida's 'Government in the Sunshine' and Public Records Laws. Persons with disabilities have the right to request and receive reasonable accommodation.
This requisition has been reposted. Previous applicants are still under consideration and need not apply.
Health Assessment Required:No
County Extension Director
The County Extension Director is a member of the faculty of North Carolina State University. The major responsibility of the job is to provide leadership for and coordinate the efforts of the county Extension staff in developing an effective total county Extension educational program.
The major responsibility of the job is to provide leadership for and coordinate the efforts of the county Extension staff in developing an effective total county Extension education program. Other responsibilities include organizing and allocating resources, marketing the Extension program, preparing budgets, maintaining administrative relationships, interpreting and communicating policy, teaching, evaluating, and reporting in the assigned county. The minimum requirements for the County Extension Director is a Master's degree from an accredited institution in a field related to Extension/educational programming and/or administration.
Administrative and supervisory experience including experience with human resource development, fiscal resource management, and external relations is strongly preferred. In addition to the education requirement, candidates must have a minimum of three years of service with Cooperative Extension or similar work experience in a university or community outreach organization or program. Internal candidates must hold or be eligible to hold an appointment at the level of Associate Extension Agent or higher.
External candidates must be eligible to hold an appointment at the level of Associate Extension Agent. Candidates must possess educational leadership, strong work ethic, a sense of responsibility, a high degree of objectivity, excellent and effective oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work successfully with staff, volunteers, community leaders, and county officials. Potential candidates should have skills, abilities, or experience in the following areas: demonstrated leadership in Extension programming and management, supervisory experience, and skills in human relations, negotiations, public relations, team building, managing public policy issues, and securing and managing outside funding and resources to develop innovative educational programming.
County Extension Director
The County Extension Director is a member of the faculty of North Carolina State University. The major responsibility of the job is to provide leadership for and coordinate the efforts of the county Extension staff in developing an effective total County Extension educational program.
The position requires a dynamic individual to provide visionary leadership for a comprehensive Extension program to meet the needs of diverse segments of the population. The County Extension Director serves as the County Extension administrative leader with responsibilities for administration, public policy issues, and community/leadership development. The County Extension Director is responsible for maintaining an effective advisory leadership system representative of all program areas.
The County Extension Director provides leadership and expertise in coordinating/securing resource development for all program areas. Responsibilities include marketing Extension programs and impacts.
The County Extension Director must maintain a strong, collaborative relationship in assisting the staff in delivering educational programs with county government input and support. Also, to meet the needs of county citizens, the position must network and collaborate with agencies and organizations, county departments, schools, town officials, area agencies, and University and Extension personnel.
The position will be responsible for coordinating staff development, training and maintaining the Affirmative Action Plan of North Carolina Cooperative Extension. The individual must demonstrate the ability to plan, organize, and work well with people.
Associate Research & Extension Director - Metro District
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Serves as the administrator of the Metro Extension District for the Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center (ENREC). Develops and implements a robust and relevant vision for the District in ways that contribute to research, extension and IANR vision, mission and priorities. Routinely seeks to connect research and extension opportunities to strengthen translational efforts that serve Nebraskans. Serves as a change agent to evolve programs, resources and human capacity. Engages leaders and organizations in the District and beyond to identify forward-looking opportunities to inform District and state priorities. In these roles, functions as a key member of the ENREC administrative team.
The Associate Research & Extension Director will promote excellence in all facets of the Metro Extension District by:
Fostering an inclusive culture within the District in which all contributions to the team are appreciated and recognized, collaboration and innovation are encouraged, and the abilities of all are engaged to fully realize the potential of the team, and of each team member;
Managing financial and physical resources responsibly to maximize the effectiveness of those resources, exhibiting fiscal discipline and transparency, and utilizing best fiscal management practices;
Ensuring opportunities are open to all, programs are inclusive of all constituencies, and efforts are made to engage diverse audiences, especially those that are traditionally underrepresented;
Synthesizing a vision for the District with input from faculty, staff, and stakeholders that encompasses all programs within the District, seeks and deploys personnel and financial resources strategically, and is continuously examined for relevancy and refreshed as needed;
Specific responsibilities include:
1.Builds human capital.
a. Recruits, hires, mentors, encourages professional development and evaluates research and extension personnel assigned to the District.
b. Develops a culture of trust by engaging all employees of the District to understand their aspirations, their needs and their challenges.
2.Works with the ENREC Research & Extension Director (RED) in planning, development and delivery of innovative and evolutionary research and extension programs and projects, particularly those unique to the region.
a. Engages local and regional stakeholders to identify key issues and directions.
b. Develops partnerships, seeks, supports and sustains collaboration in the District and in the region.
3.Develops and sustains budget resources.
a. Fosters the pursuit of grants, contracts, county budget and other resources to build the capacity of District and statewide programs.
b. Builds public and private partnerships and collaborations that bring new resources.
4.Fosters internal and external relationships (county boards, advisory groups, commodity groups, stakeholders) based on effective communication and strong follow-through.
a. In concert with Unit Leaders, develops close working relationships with Extension Boards, County elected officials, advisory committees, clientele groups and other organizations interested in research and extension programs.
b. Builds and maintains collaborative relationships with and coordinates programs with local and regional organizations with similar missions and priorities.
c. Establishes strong partnerships with IANR department heads/chairs and other administrative leaders to develop collaborative opportunities that benefit the residents of the District.
d. Serves as a strong advocate for the District with stakeholders, partners and university leadership.
5.Manages property and resources.
a. Prepares research and extension budgets, manages appropriated and revolving account funds, grant accounts, assigns budgets and approves expenditures, and is responsible for financial reports.
b. Supervises management operations and personnel; manages the facilities of the District including owned and leased lands, buildings, and equipment. Develops and implements facilities, operations and resource development plans.
c. Builds a constructive relationship with the Greater Nebraska Business Center and practices best business procedures.
6.Practices highly effective public relations.
a. Coordinates a strong public relations and program marketing initiative. Engages the media and community leaders in sharing the priorities, accomplishments and impact of the District.
b. Serves as the eyes and ears for the Institute relative to the issues, needs and opportunities in the region.
This position is administratively responsible to the ENREC RED, Deans and Directors of the Cooperative Extension Division and the Agricultural Research Division, and the IANR Vice Chancellor/Vice President.
Service Extension Lebanon Director
The Salvation Army Service Extension Unit located in Lebanon, Missouri, is looking for someone with strong leadership skills who is able to communicate well with a diverse group of people to join their team as the new Service Extension Lebanon Director. This is a salaried position that comes with a great benefits package. Starting pay will be $35,000 a year.
The Service Extension Lebanon Director will carry out duties as assigned. In general, the Service Extension Lebanon Director is responsible for fund raising, marketing, management, planning, and implementation of program activities that will benefit the Lebanon-Laclede Service Extension Unit. This position will also serve as a liaison between Lebanon-Laclede Service Unit and Divisional Headquarters. This position supervises service extension volunteers, advisory board, and food pantry.
Schedule and maintain regular visits with Service Unit volunteers
Facilitate and develop county-wide committee meetings and attend special events
Document meeting notes, action steps and recruitment efforts
Prepare and make presentations on behalf of The Salvation Army with local civic, volunteer and other nonprofit groups
Promote awareness of TSA programs available to Service Unit
Recruit, train, support and supervise local volunteers for the Red Kettle Campaign, raising funds, voucher writing.
Determine types of programs needed in the area for a Salvation Army presence
Collaborate with local volunteers to determine the needs and resources available for clients
Provide monthly contact reports to Service Extension Director on activities and updates of the Service Unit
Full Job Description will be provided upon request and/or interview.
Education: High School
Experience: Previous social services experience a plus
Certifications: Valid Driver's License
Skills/Abilities: Computer skills, Proficient in Microsoft Office
Ability to speak, write and understand English in a manner sufficient for effective communication with leadership and field personnel.
SKILLS, CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
High School Diploma or GED
A background in social services, marketing, or sales is preferred
A proven ability to work independently with little or no daily supervision
A proven ability to manage and lead others in accomplishing established objectives
Able to produce well-constructed and clear written communications and reports
A valid driver's license that meets The Salvation Army's Insurance requirements
Available vehicle during working hours
Will be required to travel to meet with local volunteers, donors, other supportive agencies to review The Salvation Army's role in the area. Required to attend Service Extension staff meetings and conferences requested by the Service Extension Director. May include overnight stays.
The Salvation Army Central Territory does not participate in unemployment compensation programs. The Salvation Army, as a church, is exempt from participation in federal and state unemployment insurance programs.
Cloud Director (Consulting Practice Director) - Austin, TX - Office Reporting - No Remote Work Option - Consulting Practice Director
This director position is responsible for managing business operations and resources of a given practice that can be defined by industry, service line, technology center, specialty area or region. Responsible for managing the three main pillars of a practice: people management, portfolio/delivery management and sales enablement. Has profit and loss responsibility or financial/expense management of practice.
Accountable for operational/financial metrics and overall business results of practice. Responsible for maintaining strategic direction, ensuring profitable growth of the practice, quality of consulting delivery, and maintaining customer referenceability. Develops strategy and plans to successfully implement operational policies and achieve business objectives. Accountable for managing and growing a significant revenue stream and customer base. Typically manages multiple first line managers and/or senior level individual contributors. Resolves staffing issue in complex engagements. May serve as advisor or project sponsor role for moderately complex engagements.
10 years of experience relevant to this position including 5 years of consulting experience and 2 years of project management leadership experience. Direct line Management experience including project, people, customer, financial management preferred. Product, technology or industry expertise relevant to the practice focus. Ability to develop and maintain relationships at the executive level. Undergraduate degree or equivalent experience. Ability to travel as needed.
Oracle is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability and protected veterans status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Cloud Director (Consulting Practice Director) - Austin, TX - Office Reporting
No remote work option
Consulting Practice Director
Job Title: Cloud Director
Location: Austin, TX
Organization Name North America Applications Consulting
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About the Oracle Consulting Role
Oracle Consulting implements cloud-based business solutions for the largest, most prominent organizations in the world. This is an opportunity for you to have an impact on major businesses. The Oracle Cloud Hub Director role is both a challenging and rewarding role that will test your interpersonal skills, strategic thinking capabilities, and manage an energetic team and follow-through on the delivery of solution. You will also be the leader of the Austin Hub consulting team.
Your Oracle experience will provide a unique focus on Oracle-based application and technology initiatives by combining leading expertise, broad coverage, global scale, and flexible delivery. Oracle Consulting functions as the focal point of customer relationships with Oracle product development, Oracle Support, Oracle University, and other related business and technology partners. For more information visit: http://oracle.com/consulting
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Launched in 2015, the Oracle Consulting Hub was developed to expand the Oracle Consulting team worldwide. Since that time over 150 team members have joined the organization and helped facilitate Oracle clients to successful solution launches. In 2018, we are continuing to expand our program. Are you looking for a role where you can grow professionally and accelerate your career?
As an Oracle Hub Director you will work as a member of the Oracle Cloud Consulting team to solve business problems for prospective clients. You will uncover and understand client goals/challenges and align Oracle's cloud portfolio to enable optimal solutions.
You will lead the Hub development program focused on building and mastering our junior resources consulting skills. You will create an exceptional onboarding experience for college graduates including but not limited to career coaching mentorship, and self-development opportunities.
Create an exceptional onboarding experience for college graduates hired into North America Applications (NAA) Oracle Consulting Services (OCS), including (but not limited to) providing them with career coaching, mentorship, self-development opportunities.
Work in a highly collaborative environment with the leadership team to make Austin (and the broader network of Hubs) a differentiator in the market.
Confirm that new hires attain product certification, gain True Cloud Method (TCM) certification and have the skills and competencies to perform in their project roles.
Create an environment of extreme collaboration and innovation where people learn, create, and grow.
Confirm that resources deliver exceptional customer service, meeting and/or exceeding client expectations.
Engage in recruiting efforts to continue to grow the Austin Hub (making it the largest Hub outside of India in our delivery network).
Play a leadership role on an "anchor client" to help recover costs and remain relevant in the marketplace.
Become familiar with and leverage various Oracle tools (e.g., Oracle systems, knowledge base, professional communities and training courses)
Drive self-learning, achievement of cloud certifications and manage career progression of Hub staff.
Collaborate with Hub knowledge transfer with team members
Set and manage performance criteria, including sales support, and contribution to strategic programs within the region
Build personal credibility and manage internal networks and relationships
Establish and manage cross-functional processes to include sales, channels, consulting and customer success
Create and manage both short-term and long-term business plans, agreed and aligned with key stakeholders
Leverage company best practices to ensure customer success and maintain executive relationships in top accounts across the region
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Director Of Social Work
The Director of Social Work is responsible to create, implement, oversee and coordinate programs related to Social Services and Quality of Life including Behavior Management, community resource management to support residents, assessment processes, psychosocial/psychiatric program coordination and more. The position oversees the social services of Advantage Living Center facilities.
Must have a current full licensed Social Work license
Demonstrated knowledge of community resources.
Minimum five years experience in a skilled nursing facility with excellent, in-depth knowledge of nursing home regulations.
Demonstrated knowledge of payer sources, Medicaid application process, guardianship process and discharge procedures.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills.
Must be able to travel to facilities with a plan to spend about 80% of time working in facilities.
Ability to work well with an interdisciplinary team and health care providers.
Ability to establish and maintain rapport with clients and referral sources.
Ability to read, analyze and interpret, professional journals, technical procedures or governmental regulations. Ability to communicate orally and through written reports and other documents relating to resident, staff and others. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of executives, managers, clients, customers, and the public.
Ability to define and solve problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical journals and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each key function satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the key functions.
Evaluate, audit, train and oversee social service departments in each facility.
Supervise limited license social workers.
Develop and implement discharge planning process for short term and long term residents.
Attends GPS meetings at least two times per year per facility.
Review, develop, update and implement social service policies and procedures.
Conduct pre-surveys and regulatory compliance audit reviews.
Develop and implement the system for social workers to support financial resource needs of residents.
Develop and implement support groups and learning circles that reflect resident populations and needs of the community.
Oversee and assist facility staff on voluntary and involuntary discharge processes and actively identify
Audits records to assure services documentation support care needs.
Assists, educates, and monitors certification/recertification process.
Adheres to work schedules in completing and performing assigned tasks
Applies the policies and procedures of the agency and the rules and regulations of Federal and State regulatory agencies in performing the referral and intake processes.
Participates in agency quality improvement programs.
Effectively assists the patient, physician and/or discharging facility to establish an effective care plan prior to the patient's transfer to another setting.
Meets or exceeds established productivity standards
Recommends care alternatives which may include other community resources, when appropriate.
Evaluates patients for admission to services.
Advocates on behalf of patients to ensure receipt of entitled benefits.
Participate and assist in the referral process to ancillary services.
Adheres to work schedules in completing and performing assigned tasks.
Follow up on referrals that have not been admitted to care.
Partners for the development of marketing action plans for assigned facility
Participates in the growth meeting and appropriate training sessions.
Updates referral resources on status of patients currently receiving service or recently discharged and the patient' response to services received
Keeps current with changes and trends in the market.
Demonstrates regular communication with referral sources to establish working relationships.
Ensures growth and profitability of the company through the responsible use of company resources.
Accepts other assignments as appropriate.
Adheres to established personnel policies.
Director Of Medical Monitoring & Clinical Science - Work From Home
Sarah Cannon, is the global cancer institute of Hospital Corporation of America (HCA).
We offers integrated cancer services with convenient access to cutting-edge therapies for those facing cancer in communities across the United States and United Kingdom.
By bringing together a network of renowned cancer experts, we are collaborating and sharing best practices that address every aspect of the cancer journey. Beginning with screening and diagnosis continuing through treatment and survivorship, so that patients can receive quality care with improved outcomes.
Summary of Key Responsibilities:
This position will provide medical expertise and direction in global clinical drug development strategy and planning, and in the design, conduct, analysis and reporting of clinical trials managed by Sarah Cannon Development Innovations. Responsibilities including medical input to clinical development plans, protocols, risk management and safety handling plans and other study documentation, evaluation of safety information, data analysis and interpretation, and report writing.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Duties include but are not limited to:
Medical Director: Development Innovations-Serve as Medical Monitor/study support on a protocol/program basis, as required
Ensure appropriate medical coverage to cover the medical monitoring safety requirements of ongoing trials during all hours of operation
Provide medical and scientific input to the preparation of clinical development plans, protocols, informed consent forms, case report forms, risk management plans, safety handling plans, clinical study reports, manuscripts, and other study documentations and publications, as required
Provide medical and scientific input in the review of clinical data, patient medical safety data and laboratory values
Provide medical and scientific input in the review of data in preparation for Data Safety Monitoring Board meetings, as required and appropriate
Maintain ongoing assessment of all safety profiles and efficacy data for clinical trials managed by Sarah Cannon Development Innovations
Provide medical supervision and training to project teams and study sites
Provide medical monitor training to physician leadership team
Effectively network and collaborate with Sarah Cannon physician leadership and with Sarah Cannon to ensure relevant input to Development Innovations strategic direction and project/program strategies
Respond to Inclusion/Exclusion criteria questions from clinical sites, review violations and track trends, implementing appropriate preventative and/or corrective actions as necessary
Respond to audit report findings in a timely manner
Review study-specific adverse events and safety lab results to identify safety trends
Serve as medical expert in interactions with regulatory authorities and/or Institutional Review Boards/Independent Ethics Committees-Attend conferences, Dose Escalation Meetings, Safety Review Meetings, Data Safety Monitoring Board Meetings, Investigator Meetings, Kick-Off Meetings and Site Initiation Visits, as required
Provide medical and scientific support to RFP proposals to assist in the identification and selection of scientifically robust, practical and fiscally responsible trials and projects, as required
Assist in overseeing quality performance indicators to ensure all research processes work in harmony to accomplish Innovations objectives and goals
Utilize expertise, including knowledge of project and therapeutic advances as well as marketplace developments to participate in internal and external meetings related to review of relevant therapeutic/clinical literature
Maintain thorough and up-to-date working knowledge of GCPs and regulatory requirements relating to clinical development and safety compliance to ethical, legal, regulatory and industry standards
Mentor members of the Innovations team to ensure successful and strategic execution of Innovations projects
Support Innovations Leadership Team in development and execution of strategic growth plan
Maintain clinical/therapeutic acumen in clinical research through education, programs, lectures and publications
Lead the medical monitoring and clinical science teams
- Practices and adheres to the "Code of Conduct" philosophy and "Mission and Value Statement"
- During your employment with Sarah Cannon you will be routinely assigned training requirements. You are expected to complete any training assignments by the due date.
- Broad and in-depth knowledge and cross-functional understanding of drug development and clinical trial methodology; ability to think strategically in relation to clinical development strategy
Organizational and time management skills
Computer skills (Word, Excel, Access)
Effective communicator, with well-developed interpersonal skills
Networking abilities and an ability/willingness to work with individuals across the globe
Ability to inspire, to lead by example and motivate teams to seek solutions and get results
Ability to handle multiple competing priorities effectively
Education: Doctorate Degree
Certification or License:
MD/DO or other advanced healthcare practitioner's degree
Clinical research or industry experience (5 yrs)
Track record of successful oversight of large scale, international, multi-center clinical studies
Pharma/CRO management experience
Director Social Work And Case Management
Under the direct supervision of the Senior Vice President Post Acute Care/Chief Nurse Officer and within established policies and procedures, the incumbent performs the following functions: Ensures that the services, policies and procedures defining the delivery of social work, care management, discharge planning functions and Interpreter services are consistent with regulatory standards, and goals of Social Work and Continuing Care practice as well as those of the organization.
Oversees overall provision of Social Work and Care Management, services to patients and families of all age groups including but not limited to, neonatals, pediatrics, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics for the acute and ambulatory populations within the organization. Develops policies and procedures in collaboration with appropriate clinical and administrative representation. Ensures the consistent delivery of high quality social work/care management services and programs that are responsible to the needs of clients, community, physicians and meet all regulatory requirements for the organization in a managed care environment.
Inventories and streamlines all activities. Eliminates any existing redundancies within the function. Develops and implements system strategies to optimize a coordinated care model that results in improved coordinated care, decrease re-admissions, management of chronic disease.
Develops a cohesive management and operational structure that results in optimal communication throughout Catholic Medical Center and to Providers. Oversees operations of all social work/care management and interpreter services, including inpatient and ambulatory programs. Ensures appropriate management of human and material resources.
Serves as an administrative link to hospital and system committees representing Social Work/Care Management and interpreter services. Provides information for state and federal regulations pertaining to patient care issues i.e. legal issues (adoptions, guardianship), ethical dilemmas, and providing cost efficient and timely discharge planning processes to decrease financial loss and optimize quality outcomes. Ensures the social work and care management services are responsive to the changing health care environment locally, regionally, and nationally.
Provides leadership to foster and pursue new program directions based on changing trends in a managed care/capitated environment. Provides accountability for the equality, efficiency and effectiveness of those programs and policies established, including goals and objectives. Participates in community planning and develops educational programs both within the organization and other professional area health agencies.
Prepares the cost center's budget within established budgetary guidelines. Collaborates with physicians and others to identify service development opportunities for the organization. Directs short and long strategic planning, and oversees the development and expansion of Social Work and Care Management to ensure optimal outcomes and appropriate discharge to an appropriate level of care.
Serves as Social Work/Care Management services representative to the community, or ensures that representation exists, via board of directors, committees, etc. Represents Social Work services at public functions, including TV and radio events, to increase visibility of programs and services. Develops and maintains relationships with payors and community agencies to provide appropriate services and access throughout the continuum of care within the system.
Develops and maintains relationships with nursing homes, sub-acute facilities, transitional living communities, and home health care agencies. Collaborates with involved or affected parties regarding Social Work service expansion, new programs, and continuing education programs. Develops, executes, and evaluates a case management program which: ensures appropriate levels of care; ensures appropriate settings for care; improves access to care; increases patient and family knowledge and involvement of care required; delivers cost effective care with desired outcomes; integrates services and resources into the community; ensures smooth transition across the continuum; promotes and improves patient and caregiver satisfaction; eliminates fragmentation of care; enhances quality of life and adjustment to alternative health states.
Education: • Master degree in related field (MBA, MSN, etc.) required. Experience: • Minimum of ten years successful administrative experience in a community hospital system Social Work/Care Management Department. • Experience in program development is required. Licensure/Certification: • LICSW preferred. • Masters Degree (ex. MBA, MPH, MHA) Required. • RN License required.
Current Catholic Medical Center employees:
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