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Global WACh Program Coordinator,  Department of Pediatrics/OBGYN , University of Washington, Seattle  (Posted 4/21/2017)

The Global Center for the Integrated Health of Women, Adolescents, and Children (Global WACh) is based in the University of Washington Departments of Global Health, Obstetrics/Gynecology, and Pediatrics. Our mission is to make scientific discoveries, cultivate leaders, and bridge disciplines to advance the tightly connected health and well-being of women, adolescents and children. Global WACh was created to break down the traditional silos between departments and capitalize on the benefits created when multiple disciplines approach a topic with the same end goal in mind. Maternal health expertise from the Department of Obstetrics/Gynecology, neonatal and child health expertise from the Department of Pediatrics, and vast experience working in infectious disease, health metrics and evaluation, education, clinical research, and service delivery within the Department of Global Health all combine to create a methodology that views women, children, and adolescents as three populations interconnected along a shared life course.

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Department Administrator,  Department of Pediatrics , Rush University, Chicago  (Posted 4/18/2017)

Rush University Medical Group presents an exciting opportunity for a Department Administrator to provide leadership over the Pediatrics Department. The Department Administrator will partner with the Department Chair, RUMG administrative leadership and Children’s Hospital leadership to develop and accomplish Department strategy.  This position will provide leadership for key Department programs & processes (including clinical services, residency or fellowship program, research, philanthropy, outreach, marketing initiatives, & administrative).  Additionally the Department Administrator is responsible for providing oversight for the clinical, operational, financial, research and academic functions of the Department.

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Assistant Department Business Officer,  Department of Pediatrics , UC  San  Diego  (Posted 3/17/2017)

The Assistant Department Business Officer (ADBO) is responsible for effective and efficient administration of the Department's Business Office operations including all the financial management of the budgetary resources for the Department of Pediatrics - a large, complex, and diversified department in the School of Medicine. In collaboration with the Administrative Vice Chair (AdVC), the ADBO develops, coordinates, implements and evaluates all Business Office operations to ensure performance consistent with the goals and objectives of the Department. This position develops, coordinates, implements and evaluates business operations ensuring financial and administrative controls and performance for over 325 different fund sources related to Campus, Medical Center, Medical Group and Rady Children’s Hospital, San Diego with annual funding exceeding $50 million. The position assists Admin Vice Chair, Chair, and Dean’s Office with analyses and recommendations for effective and efficient departmental management and short and long range planning. 

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Senior Administrative Director Department of Pediatrics, Children's Mercy Kansas City (Posted 3/10/2017)

At Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics, you can be more than the  Senior Administrative Director for the Department of Pediatrics - You can be a reason we're among the nation's best children's hospitals and a reason parents continue to choose Children's Mercy. Come to work here where you're not just an employee, you're a reason. As the Administrative Director of Pediatrics, you will be responsible for providing direction, managing resources and continuously improving the non-clinical services while collaborating with the clinical services to support the faculty academic programs provided by the department of Pediatrics.

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Director of Academic Pediatric Emergency Medicine, John Hopkins  All Children's Hospital, St. Petersburg (Posted 2/13/2017)

The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Emergency Center in St. Petersburg, Florida seeks an experienced pediatric emergency medicine physician to serve as Director of Academic Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Academic physicians are full time Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine clinical faculty. Academic rank is open and commensurate with experience. The Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Emergency Center treats over 49,000 patients a year and is part of a joint trauma program. In addition to providing clinical care, the director will serve as the academic leader for our growing pediatric emergency medicine program and help continue to expand the educational and research mission of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. The position also entails coordinating and teaching medical students, pediatric residents and fellows within our pediatric residency program (and the University of South Florida pediatric residency program as well). Additionally, the director will supervise efforts to develop a new PEM fellowship program at JHACH.

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Division Administrator, Pulmonary, Allergy, Cystic Fibrosis and Sleep, Emory  University, Atlanta  (Posted 2/09/2017)

 Plans, coordinates and is accountable for the major activities of a single division within a department including grants and contracts, clinical operations, development and administration of total budgets over $10 million, financial analysis, data processing operations, and human resources management. Works with the Division Director to develop and administer the capital equipment, operations, and personnel budgets and to establish division short and long term objectives. Negotiates new and renewal grants/contracts. Interviews faculty applicants and recommends candidates for select positions. Ensures effective and efficient office procedures. Handles division human resources issues and is accountable for the hiring, disciplinary, termination, and salary decisions which are made for the division. Prepares various operational and statistical reports. Ensures required record-keeping is maintained. Supervises staff and effectively manages employee performance. Works closely with department administration and acts as a liaison between management and other divisions, schools and departments concerning research issues. Assist in determining and addressing staff training needs. Performs related responsibilities as required.

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Chief Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago (Posted 1/25/2017)

 The Departments of Pediatrics and the Joint Section of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at Rush University Medical Center and the John H. Stroger Children’s Hospital of Cook County, located in downtown Chicago, are seeking a Joint Chief of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine to join our faculty. The position offers rich opportunities for research collaboration.  Resources exist to support research activities and clinical growth in partnership with multiple service lines. Ideal candidates will be able to coordinate pediatric critical care medicine, including cardiac, trauma and burn services at respective institutions, and have a demonstrated commitment to research and teaching. The position offers a competitive salary with a full and comprehensive benefits package. The successful candidate will have proven leadership skills and be an established pediatric intensivist.  Candidates should be eligible for a faculty appointment at the Associate Professor level or above.

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