HSL is currently seeking an Administrative Manager to support the operations of a Center for Memory Health (CMH) for HSL and the broader community. The Administrative Manager would leverage existing services provided in Alzheimer’s disease and memory care by HSL and organize the development and implementation of additional services to deliver comprehensive care to patients with Alzheimer’s disease and cognitive impairments within the HSL facilities programs and beyond. In addition to coordinating clinical services, the Administrative Manager for the CMH will also oversee the operations of other core aspects of the CMH’s work, including education, research and advocacy of memory care related needs for all affected in the HSL system-wide continuum of housing and health care and also the community. Leadership in these areas will require detailed coordination of communication, operational procedures including budgets and finance, and overseeing the fidelity of research projects and data management integrated with best practices throughout HSL and with regional partners including community based organizations.
The ideal candidate will possess:
Demonstrated success in a managerial capacity, preferably in academic administration
Experience managing programmatic activities and demonstrating impact via clinical outcome measures
Highly developed technological proficiency to insure IT systems are utilized to full capacity
Outstanding communication and relationship building skills
Superlative project management and operational expertise
Ability to partner with HR to recruit, retain, and manage highly effective clinical, research, and support staff.
Prior responsibility for research and clinical regulatory compliance, as well as clinical operations.
Responsibility for budget preparation, tracking, and financial monitoring.
Ability to develop and market fee-for-service products Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 4 years of relevant experience required, Master’s strongly preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Competitive Salary and Outstanding benefits Program
Internal Number: 2018
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Hebrew SeniorLife, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, is working to chart the course for senior life as our country faces an unprecedented demographic challenge. We are a nonprofit, non-sectarian organization devoted to innovative geriatric research, senior health care, and housing that promote independence and well being.
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