The Allied Health Manager Program Manager is responsible for the overall leadership, planning, development, implementation operation, supervision and evaluation of the continuing education courses and related contract training for Allied Health programs. Program including but not limited to Nursing, Certified Nursing Assistant, Phlebotomy, dental, CMA, Medical Assistant and mental health professionals and Health and Wellness.
The Allied Health Program Manager must be highly organized, exhibit good communication, networking and team work skills and be both innovative and visionary to grow current programs and create new ones.
A. Administers and evaluates courses, programs, seminars and customized trainings for healthcare professional development specifically for the following programs
i. Certified Nursing Assistant
ii. Certified Medical Assistant
iv. Nurse Refresher
v. Certified Peer Recovery Specialist
vi. Delegating Nursing
vii. Other allied health topics
B. Recruits, interviews and on boards instructors to teach current and new courses in program area; works with instructors to develop course content and course syllabus
C. Determines pricing and production expenses and promotion methods for open enrollment courses and related contract trainings.
D. Achieves enrollment goals and financial objectives in terms of gross revenue and FTEs
E. Manages customer service across all allied health Workforce Solutions programs
F. Works closely with Marketing Coordinator to develop marketing materials and campaigns that promote programs/courses locally and nationally
G. Stays up to date on current local, state and national information and trends in programming areas and continuing education requirements.
H. Builds relationships with community partners and businesses to meet the industry and local educational needs
I. Meets regularly with local businesses to assess professional development and upskilling needs
J. Attends community association meetings that are relate to this program area.
K. Works cooperatively with other program managers and staff to complete tasks undertaken by Workforce Solutions and Continuing Education and college community.
L. Works with other program managers and areas to develop new programs and increase overall WSCE enrollment
M. Assigned from time to time to do projects outside of core assignment areas, based on work volume or other criteria as established by the division dean
N. Collaborates with college staff on grant proposals and tasks
O. Represents Hagerstown Community College at the Maryland Community College Community Education Affinity Group meetings and works cooperatively with other Maryland Community Colleges on programs of mutual benefit.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Master’s degree required. Preference given to individuals with continuing education experience
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
The ideal candidate will have education and experience that includes excellent organizational, management and communication skills. Specific skills include: Program Management, Strategic planning, Budgeting and Human and materials resource management; Process analysis and improvement; Coaching ; Effective written an oral communication skills; Marketing and sales; Networking; Negotiating; Ability to work individually as well as a member of a team; Research and data analysis; computer literacy; and Knowledge of and adherence to a variety of professional governing board policies , procedures and documentation requirements
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Questions may be directed to the Human Resources Office at 240-500-2585 or email email@example.com.