The Risk Management Coordinator assists the Manager of Risk Management in activities relating to the administration of the risk management program. Such activities may include but are not limited to managing and analyzing risk management data, implementing loss prevention and loss reduction programs, conducting risk management educational programs, and ensuring compliance with risk management related standards as established by JCAHO and governmental regulating agencies. To accomplish the above referenced departmental goals, the Risk Management Coordinator may interface with the Medical Staff, Administrative Services, clinical and non-clinical departments, Protective Services and Employee Health. On-Call responsibility is required.
Minimum Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required
- Ability to read and communicate in the English language.
- Licensed and currently registered to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Maryland or Delaware.
- Bachelor's Degree in Nursing or other healthcare-related field required.
- Master's degree preferred .
- CPHRM certifications required or obtained within 2 years of employment.
- Demonstrates effective verbal and written communication skills
- Demonstrates initiative, leadership and organization skills
- Inspires confidence in knowledge, skills and ability as a reliable source of information
- Demonstrates solid and effective teaching, coaching, mentoring, facilitating skills and ability
- Must be able to manage multiple projects with varying priorities
- Must be creative, energetic, passionate about hygiene efforts
- 5 years of Clinical Experience required
- 2-3 years' experience in managing, leading, facilitating teams and/or projects
- Computer experience in Excel, Word, Power Point, and Publisher with willingness to learn Visio, Mini-tab, Access.
- Experience with Risk Management software.
Responsibilities for Assets
- Is conscious of and participates in cost containment efforts.
Contact with others
- Works closely with Infection Prevention, Management, Supervisors, Leadership, Medical Staff and employees May have contact with other peer organizations.