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ACNO Associate Chief Nursing Officer - Kershaw Camden, SC, Kershaw, SC, Kershaw Medical Center
The Associate Chief Nursing Officer (ACNO) reports to Division CNO, Midlands Division and to the CEO, MUSC Health Kershaw Medical Center. The ACNO is responsible for providing leadership in planning, directing, coordinating, and improving MUSC Health’s delivery of care services, consistent with health system policies, objectives and standards for measurement and maintenance of quality nursing care. This role manages direct nursing activities in conjunction with defined inpatient and ambulatory policies and objectives. This position ensures all nursing systems responsibilities are fulfilled in an efficient and effective manner. In the absence of the Chief Nursing Officer, the ANCO represents the CNO and assumes responsibility for the entire scope of the CNO’s responsibilities. FLSA: Salaried Licensure as a Registered Nurse by the SC Board of Nursing or active compact state. Minimum Experience and Training Requirements: Master’s Degree in Nursing or Master's Degree in health care related field. BSN required. Will consider applicant currently pursuing an advanced degree. Minimum of seven years of healthcare management experience with focus in finance, analytics, change management and clinical leadership. Work experience in a clinical specialty area may be required. Excellent organizational, communication and analytical skills are necessary. Qualified candidates must possess a wide degree of creativity and latitude.
MUHA DI94L - Executive Director of Nursing MUSC Lancaster Division Lancaster, SC
The Executive Director of Nursing reports to the Associate Chief Nursing Officer. Under limited supervision, the Executive 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 Executive Director of Nursing works also with Directors to align practice across the continuum of care for their areas.
MUSCP - Director of Student Health - MUSC Health System Charleston, SC
MUSC Health seeks an inaugural health system Director for Student Health to reimagine the delivery of health care services to the college population and communities that are partnered with our growing health system.
MUHA EA91 - Nurse Manager- CVICU Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown, Ashley River Tower
The Nurse Manager reports to the Director/Service Line Administrator. The Nurse Manager ensures the provision of his/her departments in collaboration with other health professionals in an environment that is respectful of others, accountable for outcomes and adaptive to change. The Nurse Manager is responsible for the planning and comprehensive operations of department/unit on a 24-hour basis.
MUHA DI88 - Executive Director, Sterile Processing Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown, Charleston, SC-West Ashley
The Executive Director, Sterile Processing Department & Consolidated Service Center-SPD Operations reports to the Chief Perioperative Operations Officer. Under limited supervision, the Executive Director, is responsible for providing leadership of the Sterile Processing Department(s) and all facets of sterile processing and functions to include support of ancillary areas, labor and delivery, outpatient clinic areas, Ambulatory Surgery Facilities (ASFs) and the Consolidated Service Center-SPD. This role oversees departmental operations and productivity, inclusive of work flow design and optimization and is responsible for quality outcomes and patient safety as it relates to the cleaning, sterilization and High Level Disinfection (HLD) of surgical instruments, scopes and equipment processed through the department. This position evaluates, maintains, and improves quality control systems, ensures regulatory compliance and standards is maintained (Joint Commission, DHEC, AAMI, IAHCSMM, etc.), while developing a cohesive team, mentoring supervisory staff, and ensuring technical competency across all position levels. This role is responsible for the development and adherence to the budget and partners with stakeholders at all locations to ensure customer and patient satisfaction while upholding the quality standards of a high performing organization.
MUSCP - Ambulatory Services Manager Charleston, SC, North Charleston, SC
The Manager of Ambulatory Services reports to the Associate Director of Ambulatory Services. Under limited supervision, the Manager of Ambulatory Services is responsible for overseeing the day to day clinic operations within MUSC Health Ambulatory clinics for multiple OBGYN practice sites.  In collaboration with ICCE Department leaders and Directors, the Manager ensures effective operations and proactively assesses and implements appropriate processes to ensure that all facets of ambulatory clinic management are effectively addressed. Clinics are located in Summerville, North Charleston, Mount Pleasant and Daniel Island. OBGYN experience preferred.
MUSCP - Practice Manager - Chuck Dawley Medical Pavilion Charleston, SC, Mt Pleasant, SC
Responsible for overall management and leadership of primary care physician practice operations including business operations, financial management, human resource management, information management, patient care systems, and quality management. Ability to provide consistent leadership and maintain excellent interpersonal relations with physicians and administrative staff is critical while continually working to increase and maintain interaction of physicians into the MUSC Health System.
UNIV - Assistant Dean for Curriculum - College of Pharmacy Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Assistant Dean for Curriculum provides college-level leadership, management, and oversight of PharmD curriculum and other educational initiatives of the College. The Assistant Dean for Curriculum will oversee all activities involving the creation, design, maintenance, and revision of curriculum, courses, sequences of courses and programs of study offered by or within the College and support faculty, staff, and students in the delivery of that curriculum. Ensure all academic program curriculum meet or exceed accreditation standards published by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) and other relevant agencies. The Assistant Dean for Curriculum in the College of Pharmacy is a champion in the area of curricular innovation. PharmD, PhD or EdD is required.
MUHA ND08 - Perioperative Director - Ambulatory Surgery Centers Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown, Ambulatory Procedure Center, Rutledge Tower
The Perioperative Director reports to the Administrator of Perioperative Services. Under limited supervision, the Clinical Director provides patient and employee service excellence, guided by evidence based practice and transformational leadership strategy. This role ensures value and quality driven patient care is provided in a safe and efficient environment for all surgical patients on a 24 hour basis. This position will service Rutledge Tower, West Campus OR, and CD perioperative services.
MUSCP - Manager, Ambulatory Strategic Operations Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown
Under the limited supervision of the Administrator of Ambulatory Services, the Manager of Ambulatory Strategic Operations is responsible for the management and leadership of multiple complex projects, strategic priorities and programs which have a significant impact upon MUSC Health Ambulatory Services. The Manager of Ambulatory Strategic Operations works independently and in collaboration with MUSC Leadership to support ongoing optimization of organizational performance and other key operational goals including but not limited to: service excellence, patient access and growth, and productivity/financial metrics. Ensures high quality deliverables are completed in a timely manner and within outlined budget constraints. Demonstrates the ability to lead, motivate and influence team members.
UNIV - Administrative Coordinator II - Hollings Cancer Center Charleston, SC-Downtown
Reporting directly to the HCC Director and MUSC College of Medicine Dean, works independently performing a wide range of complex and confidential administrative and clerical support duties.
UNIV - Executive Assistant - President's Office Charleston, SC-Downtown
Under limited supervision, directs and implements a variety of administrative tasks to assist the President, First Lady, and Chief of Staff of the Medical University of South Carolina. The position serves as a part of an administrative support structure for the Office of the President, serving the President, the University Vice Presidents, the Board of Trustees and their designees.
MUHA AE24 - Director of Operations -SCDC Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown
The Director of Operations will be a dual report to the Chief Operating Officer of MUSC Health and the Director of the South Carolina Department of Corrections (SCDC) and will be responsible for the development of statements of work (SOW) that memorialize collaborative working opportunities – and the associated business relationship - between the organizations, the execution and operationalization of the SOWs and the day-to-day operations of the portfolio of clinical activities across MUSC Health’s divisions and/or at SCDC operated facilities – as applicable. Responsibilities will include direct oversight, planning, and coordination and management of operations including direct oversight of MUSC’s SCDC partnership to ensure achievement of the goals outlined within each clinical SOW, and other duties as assigned. The Director of Operations will collaborate with SCDC leaders, system C-Suite and other divisional senior leaders across the health system to accomplish all overarching goals and strategic objectives. This position will require traveling or by attending meetings across the state and outside of the normal business hours.
UNIV - Assistant Director for Graduate Education - Graduate Studies Charleston, SC-Downtown
This position is seeking a professional who will provide operation leadership in the realm of Graduate education. This position is responsible for educational oversight, design and development of new educational programs in the college. This individual will collect outcomes assessment and reporting. Evaluate degree program and monitor classrooms. This position searches for someone with college leadership, and can articulate strategic vision for the educational offerings of the college, as well as capable of organizing CGS-based curriculum offerings. The individual will be responsible for activating coursework in enrollment systems, update academic calendars, assure: rooms are reserved, books mailed to students, faculty contacted for scheduling. Be able to maintain the student assessment process, course evaluation process and faculty teaching assessments, respond to inquiries from faculty, students, and administrators regarding course matters. They will also maintain list of faculty who can mentor graduate students and prepare annual paperwork for accreditation of programs. The incumbant will utilize assessment information to modify programs and services. This position will require keeping records of policy decisions and changes, report educational updates to Graduate Council and act as administrator for online education programs In additional be able to act as administrator for online education programs Work with campus and external partners to develop new MS and certificate programs.
MUHA DC86 - System Director, QAPI Program Charleston, SC
The purpose of the System Director, QAPI program, is to lead all aspects of the Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement (QAPI) program across the MUSC Health system. This position will oversee a large team of highly qualified Quality and Safety Managers (QSMs) across all pICCE and cICCE to run these ICCE-based QAPI programs. The Director will be responsible for leading all aspects of the program and supervising the team members. The Director reports directly to the System Chief Quality Officer. Under limited supervision, the Director will lead and manage all aspects of quality and safety efforts throughout the system, work collaboratively with ICCE leaders to manage their QAPI programs, and manage all aspects of the QSM team members (recruiting, onboarding, retention, performance, engagement). The Director will ensure all aspects of the QAPI program are performing above expectations, including the collection and analysis and benchmarking of relevant quality data, the dissemination and communication of all aspects of quality performance, the leading of teams to improve performance, systemwide for all ICCE. This position will report regularly to senior leaders in all MUSC Health divisions, including an annual board report of performance. This position will regularly attend and report to various governance groups across the system, including QEC and QOC as well as various PECs and others as requested by senior leaders.
MUHA AI26 - Quality Safety Manager I - DHEM (Digestive Health Endocrine Metabolic) Charleston, SC
The Quality/ Safety Manager for the Digestive Health Endocrine Metabolic ICCE reports to the Director of Quality Operations, Charleston Division, and indirectly to the Charleston Chief Quality Officer and their respective ICCE Administrator and Medical Director. Under limited supervision, the Quality/Safety Manager provides full support to the QAPI/safety program for their respective ICCE. This includes collecting relevant quality data, analyzing and assessing data, working with relevant stakeholders on disseminating data and information, benchmarking performance, and leading multidisciplinary teams to improve performance based on goals. This position presents performance to relevant oversight and governance groups. This position presents performance to relevant oversight and governance groups. This position leads and oversees all QAPI and regulatory / accreditation activities.. The Quality/Safety manager also monitors and collates patient safety events in collaboration with the operational leaders and works with the Risk management department to facilitate event reviews and appropriate after review actions.
MUHA DC17L - Director of Facilities MUSC Lancaster Division Lancaster, SC
Serves as the Director of Hospital Facilities Maintenance oversees Facilities Operations and Maintenance throughout the medical center, ensuring that mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, and all other equipment are functioning effectively and efficiently, and in compliance with all life safety and other regulatory requirements and codes. This role ensures all corrective and preventative maintenance are completed accurately and in a timely fashion, and that all related documentation is maintained in accordance with hospital and regulatory standards. This position responds to and addresses all utilities and life safety disruptions in a timely manner, and communicating all outages and/or repair delays in a professional, timely manner to the affected areas. The Director is responsible for positively partnering with University Facilities peers as necessary to ensure that all hospital facilities repairs and maintenance are completed in the most effective and efficient manner. This role oversees all vendors completing repairs and or maintenance in the hospital facilities to ensure that all vendor work is completed up to hospital life safety standards.
UNIV - Director of Instructional Technology - Student Services Charleston, SC-Downtown
Executive Director of the Office of Instructional Technology and Faculty Resources .
MUHA UA20 - Administrative Fellow - Invite Only Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown
Under the direction of Healthy System Administration, the Administrative Fellow will initiate projects and follow through to completion. Serves as administrative liaison for health system departments by assisting in coordinating and directing activities/projects. Makes reports/recommendations to the MUSC Health Executive Leadership Council.
MUHA UA22 - Executive Fellow - Invite Only Charleston, SC, Charleston, SC-Downtown
Under the direction of Health System Administration, he/she will initiate projects and follow through to completion. Serves as Administrative liaison for health system departments by assisting in coordinating and directing activities/projects. Makes reports/recommendations to the MUSC Health Executive System or divisional Leadership Councils.

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