Chief Executive Officer

State: NC
Full-Time Regular
Chief Executive Officer Burnsville, NC We are currently seeking a talented and dedicated Chief Executive Officer for a great opportunity at Compassionate Care Western North Carolina. The ideal candidate will possess 5 years of health care administration or management experience and 10 years of health care experience. About our client: Compassionate Care Western North Carolina For nearly four decades, we’ve offered comfort, compassion, and excellent care to patients and their families at one of the most difficult and vulnerable times in their lives. Our community remembers us as Yancey County Hospice and Palliative Care, but in 2019 we chose a new name to better reflect the progressive, geographic organization we are – Compassionate Care Western North Carolina. We remain, however, the same local, nonprofit group of professionals and neighbors dedicated to clients and families in Western North Carolina who are striving for the best quality of life for as long as possible. Our motto is our promise, “Wonderful care, when you need it most”. Responsibilities of Chief Executive Officer: The CEO provides leadership and oversight for Hospice of Yancey County, Inc., dba Compassionate Care Western North Carolina, a non-profit hospice and palliative care organization. This position is responsible for all agency operations, including home care hospice services and home-based palliative care services. The CEO supervises the agency's Directors, overseeing all program development, coordination, compliance, and quality improvement. The CEO demonstrates excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach staff, manage and develop high-performing teams, set and achieve strategic objectives and manage a budget. Requirements of Chief Executive Officer: 5 years of health care administration or management experience 10 years of health care experience Bachelor’s Degree is required. Thorough understanding of a nonprofit corporation's operational, legal, and financial responsibilities. Previous success in recruiting, retaining, supervising, leading, coaching, and developing a high-performance senior management team, including a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Excellence in planning, organizing, facilitating, programming, setting, and achieving strategic objectives. Strong financial management skills, including budget preparation, financial analysis, and reporting. Qualified for fiduciary or other bonding, as necessary. Familiarity with regulatory compliance in a healthcare setting.
Posted Posted 1 Month ago

Interim Sterile Processing Department SPD Manager

State: IL
Full-Time Regular
Interim Sterile Processing Department SPD Manager We are currently seeking a talented and dedicated Interim Director of Operating Room OR, Surgical Services, and Perioperative Services RN. The ideal candidate will possess 5 years of current experience working in an ambulatory surgery center or an acute care hospital and have 5 years of current experience working in a management role in an Operating Room or Surgical Services. About Our Client: Surgical Directions Surgical Directions is a specialty healthcare consulting firm composed of professionals with focused experience in their fields. Their multidisciplinary team of nationally recognized physicians, nurse, procedural, and strategic planning executives and analysts have worked together to yield real results in thousands of hospital ORs. Surgical Directions is purposed to up operating and healthcare team efficiency by providing consulting services and tried and true programs for reordering operations. Their team has worked to create an average 50% reduction in SSIs, a 30% increase in surgical case volume, a 75% improvement in block utilization, a 60% reduction in remission rate, an 80% reduction in surgical tray errors, a 50% reduction in turnover times, and a 10% reduction in case times across all OR projects. Surgical Directions considers its clients' challenges within context, and offers customized solutions to make transformational and permanent positive change. Rewards of the Interim Sterile Processing Department SPD Manager Signing Bonus Retention Bonus Travel accommodation stipend Stable and long-term interim work Responsibilities of the Interim Sterile Processing Department SPD Manager Assessing site instrument set needs to eliminate IUSS and modify case order Reviewing instrument set contents, supporting global change in collaboration with the OR staff and surgeons Supporting the hiring and mentoring of the SPD Manager to continue quantifying instrument needs and comparing to the existing service supply Assisting supervisors with current and future storage locations Optimizing staff productivity Working with the current department structure to determine organizational chart Holding staff accountable to industry standards with defined decontamination standard work and sterilizing protocol Standardizing processes between hospital locations ensuring policies align Partnering with the Nurse Educator to make recommendations that provide continued education and improves staff clinical knowledge As applicable, partnering with each site’s perioperative department to provide services to meet their needs, assessing the workflow with supervisors and implementing changes as necessary Acting as the liaison between OR leadership and physician request for instrumentation to best meet the needs of our physician customer and meet our fiscal responsibility Reviewing and updating policies as necessary according to AAMI standards Requirements of the Interim Sterile Processing Department SPD Manager 5 years of SPD management experience Certification in HSPA or CBSPD: CRCST, CER Experience with instrument tracking systems COVID vaccination (as required by hospital or facility) Liability insurance HS diploma
Posted Posted 3 Months ago

Advancement Officer

State: NC
Full-Time Regular
Advancement Officer High Point, NC We are currently seeking a talented and dedicated Advancement Officer for a great opportunity at High Point University. The ideal candidate will possess 3 years of sales, business development, or fundraising experience working in a University environment and a bachelor's degree. About our client: High Point University High Point University is an extraordinary and unique environment. The Office of Institutional Advancement seeks to partner with a development professional whose values and purpose align with those at HPU and who desires to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward major gift benefactors for the highest priorities of High Point University. Candidates should have a proven track record of success in development/fundraising or sales/business and be skilled at working collaboratively with team members to help achieve goals. Extensive travel will be required to meet with prospective and current donors. Candidates should demonstrate a high degree of emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills. They should be goals and outcomes-oriented with excellent relationship-building skills. Responsibilities of Advancement Officer: Embrace and articulate the mission and culture of High Point University and possess a strong working knowledge of its programs and departments. Embrace the job of fundraising for High Point University. Meet and exceed annual fundraising goals established by the office senior leadership, in conjunction and collaboration with the Advancement Officer. Proactively identify potential leadership gift benefactors (including donors to annual giving clubs, as well donors capable of making gifts in excess of $50,000) among alumni, parents, staff, faculty, friends and other sources. Meet with, solicit, and close gifts from these donor prospects in order to meet annually established fundraising totals. Collaborate with senior leadership to plan a strategy for top-level donors and develop proposals that align with the University’s top priorities and fit benefactor interests. Manage prospect portfolio of current and potential major gift benefactors in a disciplined, organized manner, consulting with the Associate Vice President for Development, Director of Major Gifts, and other team members regarding strategy, development and action plan for solicitation, closure and stewardship. Participate as a member of the University’s overall Institutional Advancement organization in the execution of a comprehensive Institutional Advancement program. Requirements of Advancement Officer: 3 years experience of successful sales, business development, or fundraising experience, with a demonstrable record of progressive achievement Bachelor’s Degree is required. Basic knowledge of Raiser’s Edge or other CRM software. Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to think and plan strategically.
Posted Posted 3 Months ago

Director of Major Gifts

State: NC
Full-Time Regular
Director of Major Gifts High Point, NC We are currently seeking a talented and dedicated Director of Major Gifts for a great opportunity at High Point University. The ideal candidate will possess 5 years of sales, business development, or fundraising experience working in a University environment and a bachelor's degree. About our client High Point University High Point University is an extraordinary and unique environment. The Office of Institutional Advancement seeks to partner with a development professional whose values and purpose align with those at HPU and who desires to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward major gift benefactors for the highest priorities of High Point University, and to manage a team of fundraisers charged with similar responsibilities. Candidates should have a proven track record of success in development/fundraising or sales/business and be skilled at working collaboratively with team members to help achieve goals. Extensive travel will be required to meet with prospective and current donors. Candidates should demonstrate a high degree of emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills. They should be goals and outcomes oriented with excellent relationship building skills. Responsibilities of Director of Major Gifts: Embrace and articulate the mission and culture of High Point University and possess a strong working knowledge of its programs and departments. Embrace the job of fundraising for High Point University. Meet and exceed annual fundraising goals established by the Senior Vice President and Associate Vice President for Development. Manage a team of Advancement Officers focused on securing gifts in excess of $50,000. Assist in setting the Advancement Officers’ annual goals, in collaboration and conjunction with the Senior Vice President, Associate Vice President, and the Advancement Officers. Proactively identify potential major gift benefactors (including donors to annual giving clubs, as well donors capable of making gifts in excess of $50,000) among alumni, parents, staff, faculty, friends and other sources. Meet with, solicit, and close gifts from these donor prospects in order to meet annually established fundraising totals. Collaborate with senior leadership and meet regularly with Advancement Officers to plan strategy for top-level donors and develop proposals which align with the University’s top priorities and fit benefactor interests. Manage prospect portfolio of current and potential major gift benefactors in a disciplined, organized manner, consulting with the Associate Vice President for Development and other team members regarding strategy, development and action plan for solicitation, closure and stewardship. Participate as a member of the University’s overall Institutional Advancement organization in the execution of a comprehensive Institutional Advancement program. Ability and willingness to travel extensively and work weekends. Complete call reports on all prospect and donor interactions. Requirements of Director of Major Gifts: 5+ years successful sales, business development, or fundraising experience, with a demonstrable record of progressive achievement, in an academic setting. 3+ years management experience in an academic setting Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution required. Basic knowledge of Raiser’s Edge or other CRM software. Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to think and plan strategically. Exceptional written and oral communication skills.
Posted Posted 3 Months ago

Renal Dialysis Nurse Manager

State: NC
Full-Time Regular
Renal Dialysis Nurse Manager Rocky Mount, NC Currently seeking a talented and dedicated Renal Dialysis Nurse Manager for a great opportunity in the Rocky Mount, NC area. The ideal candidate will possess 3 years of experience working in dialysis and 5+ years of experience working in a short-term acute care hospital. About Our Client: Nash UNC Health Care Nash General Hospital has established a reputation for excellence by putting patients first since 1971. They have always focused on the individual and thus was the first hospital in the state to provide all private rooms. Since then, they have grown to become a 282-bed facility and functions as the primary provider for Nash, Edgecombe, and surrounding counties. Responsibilities of the Renal Dialysis Nurse Manager Demonstrates expertise in caring for patients with multiple and complex problems. Demonstrates clinical leadership on the unit, serves as a role model, resource, and hospital-wide consultant to staff, and participates in endeavors to increase nursing knowledge. Provides professional nursing care to patients assigned to a specific Nursing Unit. Provides patient care within the parameters of this assignment of responsibility, according to prescribed, delegated medical regimen and the hospital policies. Requirements of Renal Dialysis Nurse Manager 3+ years of experience working in dialysis nursing 5+ years of experience working in a short-term acute care hospital BSN is required
Posted Posted 3 Months ago

Interim Nurse Director of Operating Room OR Surgical Services

State: IL
Full-Time Regular
Interim Nurse Director of Operating Room OR Surgical Services We are currently seeking a talented and dedicated Interim Director of Operating Room OR, Surgical Services, and Perioperative Services RN. The ideal candidate will possess 5 years of current experience working in an ambulatory surgery center or an acute care hospital and have 5 years of current experience working in a management role in an Operating Room or Surgical Services. About Our Client: Surgical Directions Surgical Directions is a specialty healthcare consulting firm composed of professionals with focused experience in their fields. Their multidisciplinary team of nationally recognized physicians, nurse, procedural, and strategic planning executives and analysts have worked together to yield real results in thousands of hospital ORs. Surgical Directions is purposed to up operating and healthcare team efficiency by providing consulting services and tried and true programs for reordering operations. Their team has worked to create an average 50% reduction in SSIs, a 30% increase in surgical case volume, a 75% improvement in block utilization, a 60% reduction in remission rate, an 80% reduction in surgical tray errors, a 50% reduction in turnover times, and a 10% reduction in case times across all OR projects. Surgical Directions considers its clients' challenges within context, and offers customized solutions to make transformational and permanent positive change. Rewards of the Interim Nurse Director of Operating Room OR Surgical Services Signing Bonus Retention Bonus Travel accommodation stipend Stable and long-term interim work Responsibilities of the Interim Nurse Director of Operating Room OR Surgical Services Interim Nurse Director of Operating Room OR Surgical Services assists physicians and medical staff in caring for surgical patients. Interim Nurse Director of Operating Room OR Surgical Services plans, directs, coordinates, and evaluates the overall operation of the surgery center and, participates in the development and implementation of the Center’s surgical policies & procedures, and will maintain standards to meet local, state and national regulatory compliance. Interim Nurse Director of Operating Room OR Surgical Services maintains open communication with all staff to promote quality improvement. Interim Nurse Director of Operating Room OR Surgical Services effectively manages staff scheduling, supervises the perioperative team, and promotes education and training. Interim Nurse Director of Operating Room OR Surgical Services will remain up-to-date on current recommended standards & practices by reading literature, researching, and attending in-services or conferences on related topics. Interim Nurse Director of Operating Room OR Surgical Services works collaboratively with healthcare professionals for quality patient care Requirements of the Interim Nurse Director of Operating Room OR Surgical Services 5 years of current experience working in a hospital or ambulatory surgery center 5 years of current experience working in a management role in an Operating Room or Surgery Center. BSN required Master's Degree in Nursing (ADN) is strongly preferred Current and Valid RN license
Posted Posted 4 Months ago

Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician

State: SC
Full-Time Regular
Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician Spartanburg, SC Currently seeking a talented and dedicated Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician for a great opportunity in the Spartanburg, SC area. The ideal candidate will possess 1 year of current experience working in a clinical research organization and have 5+ years of experience working in a scientific or research or healthcare environment About Our Client: Velocity Clinical Research Velocity controls the process of conducting clinical trials by managing dedicated research sites. The Velocity model delivers: Superior, accelerated enrollment and consistent, reliable results. They operate 29 wholly owned institutions, dedicated to research, across 13 states. They have completed 7,000+ trials. Velocity's mission is to bring innovative medical treatments to patients. We are committed to making clinical trials succeed by generating high-quality data from as many patients as possible, as quickly as possible while providing exemplary patient care at every step. Responsibilities of the Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician Provide overall medical direction and medical review of protocols in conformance with the investigational plan and good clinical practice Provide medical and scientific feasibility of all new sponsor inquiries Ensure that the safety and well-being of all participants in the study at the trial site are protected Ensure data collected at the study site is credible and accurate Ensure the rights, integrity, and confidentiality of all participants in the trial at the site are protected Assist and provide guidance to clinical operations, research staff, and to sponsor client managers as required Requirements of Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician 1+ years of current experience working in a clinical research organization 5+ years of experience working in a scientific or research or healthcare environment M.D. is required Must have industry research experience and industry-sponsored clinical trials Must have been responsible for the conduct of clinical research that conforms with standards for Good Clinical Practice Must have experience and training in the conduct of clinical research Understanding of regulatory requirements, principles of GCP, and biomedical research ethics.
Posted Posted 6 Months ago

Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician

State: TX
Full-Time Regular
Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician Austin, TX Currently seeking a talented and dedicated Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician for a great opportunity in the Austin, TX area. The ideal candidate will possess 1 year of current experience working in a clinical research organization and have 5+ years of experience working in a scientific or research or healthcare environment About Our Client: Velocity Clinical Research Velocity controls the process of conducting clinical trials by managing dedicated research sites. The Velocity model delivers: Superior, accelerated enrollment and consistent, reliable results. They operate 29 wholly owned institutions, dedicated to research, across 13 states. They have completed 7,000+ trials. Velocity's mission is to bring innovative medical treatments to patients. We are committed to making clinical trials succeed by generating high-quality data from as many patients as possible, as quickly as possible while providing exemplary patient care at every step. Responsibilities of the Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician Provide overall medical direction and medical review of protocols in conformance with the investigational plan and good clinical practice Provide medical and scientific feasibility of all new sponsor inquiries Ensure that the safety and well-being of all participants in the study at the trial site are protected Ensure data collected at the study site is credible and accurate Ensure the rights, integrity, and confidentiality of all participants in the trial at the site are protected Assist and provide guidance to clinical operations, research staff, and to sponsor client managers as required Requirements of Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician 1+ years of current experience working in a clinical research organization 5+ years of experience working in a scientific or research or healthcare environment M.D. is required Must have industry research experience and industry-sponsored clinical trials Must have been responsible for the conduct of clinical research that conforms with standards for Good Clinical Practice Must have experience and training in the conduct of clinical research Understanding of regulatory requirements, principles of GCP, and biomedical research ethics.
Posted Posted 6 Months ago

Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician

State: WA
Full-Time Regular
Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician Spokane, WA Currently seeking a talented and dedicated Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician for a great opportunity in the Spokane, WA area. The ideal candidate will possess 1 year of current experience working in a clinical research organization and have 5+ years of experience working in a scientific or research or healthcare environment About Our Client: Velocity Clinical Research Velocity controls the process of conducting clinical trials by managing dedicated research sites. The Velocity model delivers: Superior, accelerated enrollment and consistent, reliable results. They operate 29 wholly-owned institutions, dedicated to research, across 13 states. They have completed 7,000+ trials. Velocity's mission is to bring innovative medical treatments to patients. We are committed to making clinical trials succeed by generating high-quality data from as many patients as possible, as quickly as possible while providing exemplary patient care at every step. Responsibilities of the Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician Provide overall medical direction and medical review of protocols in conformance with the investigational plan and good clinical practice Provide medical and scientific feasibility of all new sponsor inquiries Ensure that the safety and well-being of all participants in the study at the trial site are protected Ensure data collected at the study site is credible and accurate Ensure the rights, integrity, and confidentiality of all participants in the trial at the site are protected Assist and provide guidance to clinical operations, research staff, and to sponsor client managers as required Requirements of Medical Director, Principal Investigator, Lead Physician 1+ years of current experience working in a clinical research organization 5+ years of experience working in a scientific or research or healthcare environment M.D. is required Must have industry research experience and industry-sponsored clinical trials Must have been responsible for the conduct of clinical research that conforms with standards for Good Clinical Practice Must have experience and training in the conduct of clinical research Understanding of regulatory requirements, principles of GCP, and biomedical research ethics.
Posted Posted 6 Months ago