Innovative Leader Needed to Oversee Staffing Needs for Two Hospital Campuses!
- The Workforce Manager is responsible for ensuring adequate clinical, PRN, float pool, and non-clinical staffing levels are maintained for delivery of patient care at Sheppard Pratt’s two hospitals.
- Reporting to the Associate Director of Nursing, the Workforce Manager will supervise scheduling and staffing personnel, as well as maintain and report out on unit staffing patterns.
- Seeking a flexible and operational leader who can determine and communicate staffing adjustments as necessary through evaluating a specific unit’s staffing guidelines, needs, competencies, and budgets.
- Must bring 3+ years of proven success in a similar position, preferably in a healthcare setting, and experience with managing a large pool of employees.
- Bachelor’s degree required.
- Sheppard Pratt Hospital is a psychiatric facility and teaching hospital. As leaders in the psychiatry field, the hospital was recently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the #5 “Best Hospitals for Psychiatry” in the country.
- Sheppard Pratt includes numerous inpatient units across two hospital campuses. With its history dating back to 1853, Sheppard Pratt currently provides 160+ programs through robust mental health, special education, co-occurring disorders, developmental disability, and social services offerings. Sheppard Pratt serves 70,000+ people each year in its hospitals, clinics, programs, and schools.
- Recent program additions include the Center for Eating Disorders, a 16-bed residential program that opened in 2001, the Neuropsychiatry Program founded in 2011, and the Crisis Walk-In Clinic. In 2016, Sheppard Pratt also partnered with the Greater Baltimore Medical Center to bring mental health care directly into primary care practices.
- As of October 2018, Sheppard Pratt broke ground on a new campus in Howard County, MD, which will include an 85-bed, 156,000-square-foot hospital with inpatient, partial hospital, and crisis services. The campus will also include a 76,000-square-foot medical office building as well as two building pads for future expansion.
- Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland and serves as the second largest seaport in the Mid-Atlantic.
- The city is home to the National Aquarium, Orioles baseball, Ravens football, waterfront restaurants, shopping, art galleries, and professional theaters.
- A historical treasure, Baltimore is the birthplace of the National Anthem.
- Baltimore sits less than an hour from Washington, D.C., providing easy access to all the historical attractions of the nation’s capital.