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MUHA DI95 - Director of Nursing - Support Services Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Director of Nursing reports to the Associate Chief Nursing Officer or Executive Director of Nursing. Under limited supervision, the Director of Nursing oversees and provides leadership for all clinical and support activities for their areas of responsibility. This role interacts proactively with other directors, leaders, physicians, nurses and other members of the health care delivery team to achieve desired outcomes. The Director of Nursing acts as a liaison between ICCE leaders and Directors of Ambulatory Services to assure continuity of care and goal alignment.
UNIV-Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Programs-College of Nursing Charleston, SC-Downtown
Provides leadership in supporting the vision, mission and values of the College. Provides leadership and oversight to ensure the quality of the accelerated BSN (ABSN) and RN-BSN programs of study through qualified faculty and program support staff. The Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Programs also works with faculty teaching in the undergraduate education programs to: identify and evaluate their annual professional goals, evaluate their professional development and performance, and identify areas and activities for future career growth. All faculty contribute to the teaching mission of the college.
UNIV - HCC ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR DATA MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING - Hollings Cancer Center (Internal Candidates Only) Charleston, SC-Downtown
Develop tools for integration of correlative databases (e.g., PK data, HTS data) with CDE-compliant trial databases; expand CDE/standards implementation to observational and pre-clinical research data assets
MUHA AM17 - Chief Medical Officer - Charleston Division Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown
Executive Medical Director MUHA and Chief Medical Officer of MUSC Health Charleston Division The Executive Medical Director MUHA and Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for the MUSC Charleston Division is a key member of the Charleston Division Executive Leadership Team and is responsible for the clinical care delivery, including both inpatient and ambulatory services, for the MUSC Charleston Division. The CMO’s most important responsibilities center on improving clinical operations, driving performance improvement, enhancing quality, and optimizing resource utilization to achieve the strategic goals for the MUSC Charleston Division.
MUHA DC48 - Director Biomedical Engineering Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown
Function as primary administrative contact for executive leadership on biomedical technology issues. Aligns technology vision with business strategy by integrating clinical processes with the appropriate technologies. Involved in all aspects of developing and implementing technology initiatives within the MUHA Charleston Division. Maintains existing clinical equipment systems, while providing direction in all technology-related issues to support clinical operations. Direct activities of the MUHA Biomedical Engineering Department in the selection, procurement, and delivery of biomedical equipment services. Ensure all program elements are designed and implemented to comply with Joint Commission and other regulatory and inspection agency requirements, guidelines, and standards. Develop annual goals and objectives related to supporting the growth and development of Biomedical Engineering in response to present and future needs. Develop and manage annual operating budget of the Biomedical Engineering Department.
UNIV - Director of the MUSC Wellness Center - Student Health Charleston, SC-Downtown
The MUSC Wellness Center seeks a full-time, dynamic, energetic, goal-oriented, and innovative leader within the fields of higher education and community wellness.  The Director of the MUSC Wellness Center manages and provides direction for the operations of the Wellness Center and represents the Wellness Center on the Board of Directors of Education Innovation and Student Life. 
MUHA DI30 - Director, Strategy Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Director of Strategy reports to the Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer (CSO). The Director of Strategy is responsible for the overall management and operation of the Department of Strategic Planning and is directly involved in all day-to-day aspects of the functional unit. This role partners with the CSO to lead and manage strategic planning efforts across enterprise-wide (MUHA, MUSC-P, and Colleges.) This role manages support service arrangements and sets performance expectations for those services. The Director of Strategy works with the CSO to establish department goals, and is held jointly accountable with the CSO for financial performance and achieving set targets. The Director of Strategy works with the ICCE Chiefs to establish department growth goals, and is held jointly accountable with the CSO for ICCE performance and achieving set targets.
MUHA ED79 - Program Director for Genetics & Genomics Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown
Lead a major enterprise genetics and genomics initiative with the responsibility for developing and executing the strategy for patient recruitment and enrollment to ensure MUSC hits milestones and annual participant targets. ▪ Develop workflows for clinical, affiliate and other sites to streamline enrollment of participants in the genomics study and ensure education of relevant stakeholders including providers and staff. ▪ Initiate and manage a streamlined process for patient return of results and timely follow-up care. ▪ Identify roadblocks and obstacles to hitting enrollment targets and work with a cross-functional team to remove barriers and adjust to meet goals. ▪ Provide regular reporting to MUSC leadership on progress against targets and develop correction plans. ▪ Work with key stakeholders, including external affairs, research, and informatics, to align overall goals and ensure coordination of focus and deliverables.
UNIV - Administrator - Department of Radiation Oncology Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Department of Radiation Oncology seeks an Administrator to be responsible for administration and management of departmental finances, budget, business administration, research support, human resources, and education support as well as support of clinical operations.
UNIV - Deputy Director – Hollings Cancer Center Charleston, SC
The Hollings Cancer Center (HCC), a NCI-designated Cancer Center, at the Medical University of South Carolina seeks a dynamic and inclusive leader for the role of Deputy Director. The Deputy Director will serve as the second in command to the Center Director, Dr. Raymond DuBois, and to provide strategic and scientific direction in collaboration with other members of the Executive Council at HCC in the furtherance of the mission to improve the lives of all South Carolinians through the delivery of cutting-edge cancer care through patient-centered prevention and treatment; high-impact, innovative research; community input and engagement; and education and training of the next generation of researchers and healthcare professionals. The Deputy Director will work closely with the Associate Directors, Program Leaders, Shared Resource Leaders and members to implement the strategic plans and facilitate the integration of basic, translational, clinical and cancer control research. In addition, the Deputy Director is responsible for identifying opportunities for strategic growth and development to promote interdisciplinary and trans-disciplinary cancer research to harness Hollings’ considerable intellectual talent and scientific resources and focus them on solving the nation’s cancer problem. The ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, promote diversity, equity and inclusion, and works well in the roles of both team player and team leader.
MUHA PM07 - Operations Manager - Enterprise Project Management Office Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown, Main Hospital
The Operations Manager for the division of Enterprise Project Management Office (EPMO) is responsible for management and oversight of assigned projects, programs, and operational efficiency initiatives. The position oversees daily operations of the assigned areas utilizing best practices and strong project/programmatic management over the project/program lifecycle. The Operations Manager works closely with sponsors, process owners, and subject matter experts to develop and deploy implementation plans and other project tools, establish metrics and improvement targets, drive projects to completion, and monitor effectiveness of solutions. The Operations Manager is also expected to manage project resources within each project’s triple constraints of scope, schedule and budget.
MUHA MR09 - STUDENT HEALTH MANAGER, AMBULATORY SERVICES - Clemson University Upstate
The MUSC Manager of Student Health Services reports to the MUSC Health Director of Student Health Services. The MUSC Manager of Student Health Services works to support the Executive Director of Student Health Services at Clemson in managing the day-to-day clinic operations at Redfern Health Center at Clemson University. The MUSC Manager helps ensure effective operations and proactively assesses and implements appropriate processes to ensure that all facets of clinic management are effectively addressed. The MUSC Manager works collaboratively with the Executive Director of Student Health Services and Clemson physicians, nurses, and staff to ensure timely patient access to care, operational efficiency, practice optimization, fiscal integrity, and to foster the delivery of a quality patient care experience. The MUSC Manager assists the Executive Director with clinical outcomes, fiscal stewardship, staff growth/retention, process improvement, metrics reporting and development and quality of patient care.
MUHA AM15F - Chief Oper Officer (COO) Florence Marion Florence, SC
As a member of the Hospital’s senior management team, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) will participate in operational decision-making processes necessary for the successful attainment of the hospital’s mission in addition to maintaining an awareness of changes in healthcare matter that could have an impact on the success of the hospital. Will assist in the administration and coordination of the Florence and Marion hospital activities of any assigned department and/or section. Assume duties of CEO in his/her absence.
MUSCP - Director of Community-Based Practices Charleston, SC-Downtown
As the clinical health system of the Medical University of South Carolina, MUSC Health is dedicated to delivering the highest quality patient care available. In 2020, for the sixth consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report named MUSC Health the No. 1 hospital in South Carolina. Reporting to the President of Carolina Family Care, Inc, (CFC), plans, he/she will direct, manage and oversee the activities and projects of the community-based medical practices associated with the MUSC Health academic health system located in South Carolina.
UNIV - Associate Director of Research Administration and Chief Administrative Officer MUSC Hollings Cancer Center Charleston, SC-Downtown
Hollings Cancer Center (HCC) at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) is seeking a highly experienced Associate Director (AD) for Research Administration who will also serve as the HCC’s Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). HCC is the only National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated matrix cancer center in South Carolina. HCC is focused on state-of-the-art cancer research and patient care, training the next generation of cancer researchers, and community outreach. The Cancer Center has over 100 members, 4 scientific programs, 5 Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG)-supported shared resources and a peer-reviewed funding base of $35 million direct costs.
UNIV - Director of Facility Operations - Engineering & Facilities Charleston, SC
The Director of Facility Operations will manage the plant engineering activities for the hospital (MUHA) and academic (MUSC) buildings on the Medical University of South Carolina campus and the Charleston region, including 10 million square feet of occupied space. The Director of Facility Operations provides leadership within the department while maintaining high quality standards, ensuring compliance with regulatory and customer requirements, and meeting the financial objectives of the Facilities Department. The Director of Facility Operations manages a staff of 90+ maintenance personnel, coordinates a contracted maintenance program consisting of 30+ agreements totaling $5 million annually, and provides planning and leadership for a $10 million annual capital infrastructure renewal program.
MUHA AM39 - ICCE Administrator - Pharmacy Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Integrated Center of Clinical Excellence (ICCE) Administrator reports to the ICCE Chief. The ICCE Administrator is responsible for the overall management and operation of the ICCE and is directly involved in all day-to-day aspects of the business unit. This role partners with the ICCE Chief to lead and manage the ICCE integrated delivery team, inclusive of physicians, advance practice providers (APPs), business managers and other dedicated, ICCE-specific resources. This position maintains an aligned (dotted line) relationship with MUSC Health Perioperative and Operations leadership to ensure efficient and appropriate utilization of clinical delivery support functions. This role manages support service arrangements across functional areas and sets performance expectations for services not directly reporting to the ICCE. The ICCE Administrator works with the ICCE Chief and MUSC Health Chief Physician Executive (CPE) to establish ICCE business goals, and is held jointly accountable with the ICCE Chief for financial performance and achieving set targets.
UNIV - University Procurement Director - Purchasing Charleston, SC
MUSC is looking for an experienced Procurement professional to lead the University's Procurement and Strategic Sourcing efforts.  The successful candidate will be a dynamic leader and collaborative team player that has a track record or providing excellent customer service and complying with state and institutional regulations.  The successful candidate must exhibit exceptional management skills, including the ability to engage and inspire the team.  Experience with implementing e-Procurement systems is a plus.
MUHA DC01L - Behavioral Health Program Director Lancaster, SC
The Program Director will manage, direct and coordinate the activities and processes of direct/indirect patient care. The Director is responsible for recommending, developing and implementing policies and procedures for the unit and for informing the CNO of both progress and potential problems. The Director will provide professional nursing care, initial contact with physicians and patients to establish and address needs and expectations and serve as a resource person for other staff. The Director is responsible for the direction and evaluation of patient care delivery and for collaborating with all members of the health care team. The work reflects the philosophy of the hospital as well as the mission of the department.

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