The CAO- Johns Hopkins Children’s Center is responsible for the strategic development, operations and continuous performance improvement of a clinical, academic and research department. The CAO is responsible for the affiliated hospitals and ambulatory sites staffed by the department’s physicians and harmonization of procedures and protocols across JHHS.
The CAO is responsible for JHCC, Department of Pediatrics and Pediatric Network operations, the SOM Pediatrics Clinical Practice and SOM Pediatrics Research Administration. The CAO is expected to act in the interests of JHM. This role is responsible for assisting in the development and implementation of the JHCC, Department and Pediatric Network’s strategic operational plan, along with providing management for their immediate and long-term strategic plans.
The CAO is responsible for maintaining liaisons with all levels of administration within the School of Medicine staffed by the department’s physicians. He/she provides assistance, in the form of analysis, consultation and planning, to the department Director and executive leadership team. The CAO will also work with the other JHHS sites providing pediatric services to right-size organizational capacity, optimize financial performance and provide high quality care. The CAO is responsible for the non-faculty administrative staff in executing the department’s clinical, academic and research activities.
The general scope of responsibilities includes: strategic planning, financial management/analysis, budget development and execution, grants management, contract administration, compensation planning, personnel and management recruiting, utilization and productivity management, marketing, general operations of the JHCC, Department of Pediatrics and external services in the Pediatric Network and space management. Additionally, the CAO is responsible for the department’s Professional Fee Billing Office, the Access Call Center and the staff in the clinical areas managed by the department.
He/she is responsible for the department’s and staff’s satisfactory compliance with the rules and regulations of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Clinical Practice Association. In addition, the CAO is responsible for assuring compliance with Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health Systems regulations. The position requires a firm understanding of national health care and research trends/impacts, policies and issues.
Educational Qualifications & Experience
Bachelor's degree in business, finance accounting, or other related field required.
Prior 3-5 years Pediatric Administrator experience highly desirable
Seven (7) years progressively responsible professional-level administrative and financial experience related to monetary or non-monetary resources of a department, center, or unit, including two years supervisory experience, and two years financial management (e.g., planning, directing, monitoring, organizing, and controlling monetary and non-monetary resources.
Experience with strategic planning issues, growth strategies, and network and business development in healthcare highly desirable.
Experience in a large integrated delivery systems, with operations and performance improvement focus.
Administrative, management, or supervisory experience.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: 1111
About Johns Hopkins Hospital
As the pediatric hospital at Johns Hopkins, Johns Hopkins Children’s Center brings the collaborative multidisciplinary might and expertise of this venerable institution to bear in treating every child that crosses its threshold.Founded in 1912 as the children’s hospital at Johns Hopkins, the Johns Hopkins Children's Center offers one of the most comprehensive pediatric medical programs in the country, with more than 92,000 patient visits and nearly 9,000 admissions each year. Johns Hopkins Children Center is consistently ranked among the top children’s hospitals in the nation by U.S.News & World Report. It is Maryland’s largest children’s hospital and the only state-designated Trauma Service and Burn Unit for pediatric patients. It has recognized Centers of Excellence in dozens of pediatric subspecialties, including allergy, cardiology, cystic fibrosis, gastroenterology, nephrology, neurology, neurosurgery, oncology, pulmonary and transplant.Care is provided in a state-of-the-art facility, The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center building, which opened in 2012. Additional outpatient clinics are housed in the nearby David M. Rubenstein Child Health Building.