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The Assistant Director, Research Support, is responsible for managing a team to provide support to Principal Investigators (PIs) for pre-award activities, onboarding and staffing, purchasing, and Neighborhood organizational assistance. As a member of the Stanley Manne Children's Research Institute (Manne Research Institute) research administration team, the Assistant Director is responsible with coordinating research support with the Office of Sponsored Programs, Office of Sponsored Research Finance, Office of Clinical Trials, and any other research or financial units at Manne Research Institute/Lurie Children’s Hospital.
The Director of the Office of Research Development provides leadership for the education, communication, and research facilitation resources of the Stanley Manne Children’s Research Institute at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. The director is responsible for achieving strategic research goals, cultivating a collaborative and comprehensive research education, communication, and facilitation infrastructure, and promoting integrity and compliance with applicable federal and state laws and research regulations, professional and ethical standards, and institutional policies and procedures throughout the research enterprise The Director oversees and coordinates all areas of the Office of Research Development including research navigation, education and training, communication, and program management. This position will work collaboratively with the leadership team under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer of the Stanley Manne Children’s Research Institute.
The Heart Center Clinical Research Core Manager (HCRCM) provides leadership, strategic management, and administration for the clinical and translational research program of the Heart Center. The HCRCM supervises and manages the research staff in the Heart Center Research Core within the Stanley Manne Childrens Research Institutes Center for Cardiovascular Innovation. The Heart Center Research Core (HCRC) serves as the key operational interface between the funding agencies, industry partners, the clinical and translational research program within the Stanley Manne Childrens Research Institute at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Childrens Hospital of Chicago, sponsored programs, research team and principal investigators. The HCRCM will be responsible for the management and oversight of pre-award and post-award activities and finances relating to sponsored research studies for the Heart Center in conjunction with the Office of Sponsored Programs. This includes preparing research budgets, contract negotiations and post-award management. The HCRCM will communicate accurate and timely financial and research data to principal investigators, sponsors and others. The HCRCM will provide proactive financial advice, planning and maintain a strong customer-service oriented environment and promotes employee satisfaction. The position will implement policies and standard operating procedures to ensure compliance with sponsor rules and regulations and generally accepted accounting and clinical research procedures. The HCRCM will work with minimum direction and guidance within a service-team environment. The HCRCM models and supports the principles of good clinical practice with the research team. The HCRCM will report to the Heart Center Administrative Director and the Director of Research and Academic Affairs.
This position is responsible for leveraging programs and relationships to secure revenue from foundations, corporations, organizations, government entities, and individuals to support the Mother and Child Alliance.
Key leader responsible for administration, financial management, and compliance for Division in the Department of Surgery.
This position is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the Lurie Childrens revenue capture system. The Hospitals annual revenue currently exceeds one billion dollars. Maintaining an accurate and legally compliant charge capture system is a challenging position and critical to the fiscal strength of the Hospital. More specifically, the focus of this position is to:
1. Establish an appropriate charge structure consistent with industry standards, local market conditions and Lurie Childrens contracts;
2. Maximize collections through the accurate and complete capture of all charges;
3. Vigilantly monitor charges for inaccurate and/or inappropriate postings;
4. Provide education of key revenue department managers and directors as to their roles and responsibilities in the revenue capture process; and
5. Support Lurie Childrens corporate compliance program by verifying that the charge master and charge usage is in compliance with all applicable regulatory guidelines and that Hospital staff adheres to approved charge posting policies and procedures.
The ideal candidate will have a clinical background
The Senior Director is responsible for the development and growth of outreach programs Lurie Children’s Main Sites and at other health care organizations. Manages all aspects of the Divisions of Hospital-Based Medicine (HBM) programs both Outreach and main campus including, but not limited to, physician recruitment, credentialing, contracts, evaluation, and provides business development, strategic planning and operations oversight.
The Senior Director serves as the administrative leader of the Divisions and as a key representative with external hospitals’ executive leadership. The Senior Director will bring financial acumen across different disciplines and be a superb communicator, approachable, available, collegial, and work to gain trust and earn buy-in through team work.
Currently seeking a dynamic leader who is strategic and has the vision to lead our PICU to the highest level of excellence.
The ideal candidate will be a role model emphasizing reliability principles that supports a collaborative and innovative work environment for
employee, and organizational patient and family engagement goals.
In addition, you will facilitate, promote , and models a leadership philosophy and style which drives the vision of CMMC. Understands and integrates into the delivery of patient care the needs of neonatal, pediatric, adolescent, and adult patients in regard to their growth and development process. The position actively supports the Hospitals and the departments Continuous Quality Improvement goals , through modeling of appropriate behavior and by providing a work environment conducive to attaining these goals
Provides day to day leadership to assigned teams. Facilitates, promotes and models a leadership philosophy and style which drives the vision of Lurie Children's. Responsible for staff supervision in a functional area. Works within budgets established by director and utilizes resources to maximize productivity, performance and profitability. Collaborates closely with other Rehabilitation Division managers to coordinate day-to-day activities. Facilitates the operation and growth of the team and team members through clinical mentoring. The effective facilitation of the team members will include the encouragement, growth, education and identification of strengths and weaknesses of each member or the team. Understands and integrates into the delivery of patient care the needs of pediatric, adolescent and adult patients in regards to their growth and development process.
Responsible for operating the Children’s Hospital of Chicago Medical Center (“Medical Center”) Privacy Program (“Program”) under the direction of the Vice President, Privacy Officer. Guides Privacy staff in day-to-day operations and oversees and manages auditing, monitoring and investigation processes and related activities. Participates in the development and deployment of new functions to expand Program activities in order to achieve and maintain an effective Privacy Program.
This position works closely with the Division Administrator and takes the primary responsibility for overseeing the daily functions and general management of the academic, research, and clinical office operations. The position supervises and manages staff in division office and works with all disciplines within and outside of the division to maintain efficient, compliant operations.
The Communications Manager is responsible for developing and implementing the Patrick M. Magoon Institute for Healthy Communities communication strategy. The Communication Manager is the liaison to Lurie Children’s Marketing, Communication and Public Relations teams and collaborates across community health programs to cultivate and support messaging. This individual is the lead writer and is responsible for the Magoon Institute’s web site, social media and publications. This position provides communication support to ensure success of Magoon Institute’s annual goals and Lurie Children’s community health strategy and organizational mission.
The Patrick M. Magoon Institute for Healthy Communities serves as the hub for all community-focused initiatives at Lurie Children’s. The Magoon Institute is responsible for aligning the Medical Center’s clinical, research, education and advocacy expertise with community engagement, supporting people, programs and partnerships that advance community health. This team provides engagement opportunities for employees, physicians and trainees and leads the development and execution of Lurie Children’s Community Health Needs Assessment and Implementation Strategy. The Magoon Institute partners with clinical, public health and community outreach leaders and experts across the Medical Center to work towards the goal of advancing health equity and racial justice, and improving health and wellness for children, adolescents and their families across Chicago.
We are committed to promoting diversity, inclusion and multiculturalism. Our mission to advance health equity starts with our commitment to build a diverse team representative of the communities we serve. We recruit, employ, train, compensate and promote regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, disability status, age, socioeconomic status and all the other facets of our humanity.
The Director for the Office of Research Integrity & Compliance (ORIC) will provide leadership for the entire research compliance enterprise within the Manne Research Institute. The Director is responsible for achieving strategic research goals, cultivating a collaborative and comprehensive research compliance infrastructure, and promoting integrity and compliance with applicable federal and state laws and research regulations, professional and ethical standards, and institutional policies and procedures throughout the research enterprise. The Director oversees and coordinates all areas Office of Research Integrity & Compliance (ORIC) including the Institutional Review Board (IRB), Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC), the Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement (QA/QI), Clinical & Behavioral Research Education, Conflict of Interest, and Responsible Conduct of Research programs and staff. The Director provides guidance and high-level support to the researchers and research staff throughout the Institution, as well as senior leadership. The Director fosters a climate of transparency, openness, operational excellence, and mutual respect while delivering measurable results in a fiscally accountable manne
Responsible for leading, developing, and overseeing the management of quality assurance including educational training on operational issues and the development of standard operating procedures to drive the overall quality and training strategy across all Satellite Patient Service Representative functions. Serves as the Patient Service Representative Liaison and Quality Metric Expert for all Satellite Service teams. Responsible for developing and maintaining satellite processes and operating procedures in collaboration with satellite leaders and partners in EPIC, Finance, Front End Modernization and Revenue Cycle. Responsible for managing the onboarding and training for Patient Service Representative Staff for Ambulatory Satellite Services, this includes monitoring as well as improving the Patient Service Representative productivity as well as quality performance. Partners with Ambulatory Patient Service Representative Leaders across the organization to ensure consistency in process through onboarding, training as well as mentoring of Patient Service Representative across satellite locations. Partners with the revenue Cycle Team as the Satellite Liaison for Patient Service Representative metrics report outs.
Coordinates hospital effort to establish and maintain effective spiritual care services to assist patients and caregivers/loved ones in addressing spiritual needs. Develops and implements systems to enhance the skills of chaplains by means of appropriate training and assessment. Works effectively as a team member on multiple teams.
As the Sr. Director Organization Effectiveness and Change Management, you will drive, and support company-wide initiatives focused on increasing organizational performance with the Chief Talent & Learning Officer. This position will be responsible for leadership development, large-scale change, increasing high-reliability organizational best practices, overseeing committee work and assisting with the Enterprise-wide project,
Currently seeking an exsperienced leader whom will provide leadership and direction for developing, coordinating, and executing programs to advocate for appropriate adolescent and young adult vocational preparedness across subspecialties with the goal of increasing the likelihood of vocational engagement for patients and increased independence as adults. The Manager will work in collaboration with the Manager of Transitions Program and serve as an interdisciplinary resource.
This position also supports families whose children have special health care needs and who will not be able to participate in work, paid or unpaid, due to cognitive or physical impairment.
Spanish speaking a plus.