This position manages the financial and administrative activities of the Division. The position reports directly to the Division Chief and the Administrator, and Associate Administrator for the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences to ensure efficient and coordinated functioning of the Division as a unit.
The Administrative Manager is directly responsible for the overall administrative, financial, academic and operational activities of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering (DMSE), and the Materials Characterization & Processing Facility (MCP), including primary supervision over the administrative staff within these offices, oversight of the day-to-day operations, sponsored and non-sponsored funds management, grants and contracts management, academic systems, services and support management, human resources, and facilities/space needs.
The Senior Associate Director of Development will be responsible for the planning, implementation and management of major and principal fundraising efforts for the benefit of The Brady from friends, grateful patients, and alumni. Working with senior development staff members across Johns Hopkins, faculty, administrators, and volunteer leaders, the Senior Associate Director will identify, strategize, cultivate, solicit and steward a portfolio of prospects.
The Director of Recruitment and Marketing will develop and maintain a comprehensive recruitment and marketing program for the Whiting School of Engineering and align those activities with university-wide communications, marketing, and branding initiatives.
Oversee all budget activity, establishing and implement guidelines and systems for budget preparation, reporting and monitoring. Develop and/or monitor compliance with JHU financial policies and internal controls. Establish guidelines and provide recommendations for budgetary and administrative processes such as expense processing and related GL postings, appropriate use of budget dollars and acceptable thresholds for spending in certain areas, etc.
The Senior Internal Auditor, in addition to performing the duties and responsibilities of an Internal Auditor will: Serve as the lead in the development, implementation, and evaluation of financial, operational, and compliance internal audits for assigned organizational areas and functional activities throughout The Johns Hopkins Institutions (Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine) in accordance with the Annual Audit Plan approved by the respective Audit Committees.
Provides leadership to the school's shared administrative services team and leads support for the school's departmental administrative managers. The Director is responsible for ensuring that the Whiting School Shared Services Center provides a high level of customer service to the school's faculty, staff, and students as well as lead the school's business process improvement efforts. In addition, the Director will provide strategic support to the school's departmental administrative managers.
Gathers data on criminal activity from other law enforcement agencies in order to study and analyze past and existing crime series, patterns, and trends; uses and maintains general and specialized computer applications in order to gather, categorize, and analyze crime data, as well as to assist in the dissemination of information pertinent to law enforcement.
The Director for Campus Safety and Security - Homewood is responsible for planning, developing, and implementing administrative programs, and organizing, directing, and supervising the field operations of the department. The Director has direct responsibility for the following areas/programs within the scope of Homewood Campus Safety and Security:
The Senior Program Officer II oversees technical, programmatic, and administrative aspects of one or more large-scale programs and leads the development and implementation of programs independently. The Senior Program Officer II will mentor staff and oversee teams. S/he will lead technical work and center-wide initiatives independently. S/he will lead proposal development and lead strategic partnership development and donor cultivation.
The Data Analyst at Johns Hopkins University reports to the Senior Administrative Manager for the Division of Medicine and is responsible for the facilitation of data management for the Excellence in Quality and Integration of Patient Centered Care (EQUIP). The position aligns operations to meet the needs of patient care while supporting the data needs of the EQUIP and Hospital Medicine Programs.
Work with the team to implement computational models in line with GOPC research projects and matching model specifications.Have your code be reviewed and critiqued in an open and challenging way and review others' code and provide valuable feedback to them.
The Admissions Manager provides leadership and management for the admissions function of Engineering for Professionals (EP), the part-time, graduate division of the JHU Whiting School of Engineering. The manager is a key member of the strategic enrollment management team and directly responsible for setting and achieving projected admissions goals each semester.
Work closely with the Assistant Vice Provost for Financial Aid to develop strategies to enhance JHU's financial aid program in support of bringing the most talented, creative and ambitious undergraduate students to the Hopkins Community, regardless of their family's financial circumstances
The Talent Management & Human Resources Business Partner is the lead Talent Managment professional for The Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine (FJHM). This group currently includes about 180 employees including team members at our four partner hospitals, and represents over half of the Johns Hopkins University's annual fundraising targets.
The Clinical Research Regulatory Specialist II will be responsible for ensuring that all research studies maintain accurate and up-to-date regulatory files. Will serve as a central resource for faculty conducting clinical research. Working closely with the Program Manager and Research Nurse, this position will complete and submit the initial IRB submission.
In this role, the Senior Development Engineer will work collaboratively and, in some cases, oversee other software engineering professionals to deploy and operate complex clinical and enterprise systems. The Senior Development Engineer understands the "big picture" and possesses the soft skills necessary to coordinate with various multidisciplinary teams spread across multiple geographic locations to accomplish development and deployment objectives.
The responsibilities of a Software Developer include design, implementation, testing, documentation, and support of product and project features. The ideal candidate will possess technical expertise in Java and Microsoft SQL Server, which encompass the core of our enterprise application development efforts.