VP, Shock Trauma Center

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University of Maryland Medical System
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September 17, 2021
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VP, Shock Trauma Center

Job ID: 92546

Area of Interest: Management

Location: Baltimore,MD US

Hours of Work: Monday – Friday

Job Facility: University of Maryland Medical Center

Employment Type: Full Time

Shift: DAY

What You Will Do:

The Vice President, R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center is a key executive leader at the University of Maryland Medical Center accountable for operations, strategic planning, policy formulation, program development and regulatory compliance. Reporting to the Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer of the University of Maryland Medical Center and in collaboration with the Physician-in-Chief for the Program-in-Trauma, directs the planning and business development activities of the center in accordance with specified objectives. Directly accountable for Shock Trauma expense management in collaboration with the Physician-in-Chief and in accordance with corporate financial strategy and objectives. The Director of Nursing R Adams Cowley STC directly reports to this role.

What You Need to Be Successful:

1. A Masters degree from an accredited college or university in healthcare administration or related field is required. Doctorate preferred. Previous experience in similar, large-scale leadership positions. 2. A minimum of seven years of responsible management experience, involving financial and budgetary accountability is required. 3. Demonstrated effectiveness in managing, directing departmental operations and management/supervisory personnel, evaluating, training and motivating performance. Ability to win respect and loyalty of staff, and the capacity to accomplish results through others. Demonstrated ability to delegate effectively and to establish clear guidelines for accountability. 4. Demonstrated collaborative and motivational management style, considering all points of view, and promoting a participatory style of hospital administration. Ability to build consensus and provide strong leadership in a team environment, with the highest of professional and personal integrity. Strong project planning and project management skills; a proven track record in the development of quality clinical services. 5. Highly effective verbal and written communication skills are necessary to work with Medical Staff, Senior Nursing Leadership, Board of Directors, Administration/Senior Management, hospital personnel, the media and the community.
We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

 

 

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It means a lot to me that UMMC is celebrating pride month this year. Early in my career, I kept a piece of me hidden every time I entered the workplace but eight years ago, when I joined the team here, I made a conscious choice not to do that any longer. I decided that I'm going to bring my whole self to work. So now when I entered the doors of the hospital I'm entering the door as a man who is gay, who has a wonderful husband and has three gorgeous children. I hope I probably celebrating pride UMC. We liberate those that still struggle to bring their whole whole self to work. And as an inaugural chair of UMC pride our employee resource group, I want to thank leadership for providing that platform from which to be heard and to be seen and to be recognized for the contributions that our community provides to the organization.

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It means a lot to me that UMMC is celebrating pride month this year. Early in my career, I kept a piece of me hidden every time I entered the workplace but eight years ago, when I joined the team here, I made a conscious choice not to do that any longer. I decided that I'm going to bring my whole self to work. So now when I entered the doors of the hospital I'm entering the door as a man who is gay, who has a wonderful husband and has three gorgeous children. I hope I probably celebrating pride UMC. We liberate those that still struggle to bring their whole whole self to work. And as an inaugural chair of UMC pride our employee resource group, I want to thank leadership for providing that platform from which to be heard and to be seen and to be recognized for the contributions that our community provides to the organization.

 

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