This position oversees communications and strategic initiatives of the Johns Hopkins Department of Radiology and Johns Hopkins Imaging, LLC. This position is a member of the Radiology senior management team and reports to Associate Administrator. This position serves a key operational and communication role in accomplishing the priorities of the Chair by working closely with faculty and senior leadership on the development, planning and execution of initiatives. The successful candidate will be a collaborative and goal-oriented problem-solver.
50% - Strategic Initiatives
Collaborate with the Chair of Radiology on managing the short and long term critical priorities, initiatives and activities that drive change within the department. Work with the Chair, faculty, leadership team, managers and staff to coordinate efforts, develop solutions and accomplish strategic priorities as defined by the Chair.
Research, develop and execute multiple projects such as Identify challenges, roadblocks, and risks in department processes, and implement solutions that enable the department to run more efficiently.
Create detailed project plans, objectives, timelines and deliverables along with internal and external communication strategies as needed.
Organize, drive and support mission-critical initiatives as defined by the Chair of Radiology, including cross-functional projects, external partnerships or collaborations, organizational efficiency improvements and physician recruitment.
Manage and develop relevant staff members, including communications associate/specialist, physician recruiter and administrative coordinator.
25% - Physician Recruitment and On-Boarding
Develop and implement a centralized physician recruitment program for Department of Radiology, creating improvements to faculty sourcing, applicant tracking, and in-person interview processes.
Build strategic relationships with referral sources and establish talent acquisition strategies to identify and build a pipeline of diverse and qualified providers.
Communicate the vision and brand of the Department of Radiology to prospective candidates. Create new marketing collateral for physician recruitment, such as department information packets, opportunity overview, and local community information.
Create new system and processes for faculty on-boarding, including internal communications and checklists for faculty training. Provide a smooth transition to HR, credentialing and other essential onboarding functions.
25% - Communications
Oversee all strategic marketing and communication activities to drive business objectives of the Department of Radiology and Johns Hopkins Medical Imaging, including the production of print collateral, advertising (digital, print, radio), website content and video.
Responsible for the prioritization of communications and marketing project requests, including development of an integrated strategic communications plan. Provide oversight of the marketing and digital strategy to educate and engage patients and referring providers.
Ensure alignment of all content, messaging and marketing initiatives created by Radiology Communications Associate/Specialist and Johns Hopkins Medicine Marketing & Communications team (marketing manager, marketing administrator, web content specialist, and web designer).
Develop internal communication strategies to effectively communicate executive vision and progress toward reaching goals that expand the Department of Radiology and continue to ensure Johns Hopkins is at the forefront of transforming the industry of radiology.
Bachelor's degree in related field, and at least five (5) years of experience in a marketing or communication background. Additional education may substitute for required experience, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Exceptional ability to build relationships with employees at all levels of the organization and to perform in a broad range of environments including clinical, academic and business operations.
Ability to translate vision into actions through communications, projects and relationships.
Excellent organization skills with the ability to navigate multiple projects and priorities with strong problem-solving ability.
Effective communicator with excellent written and verbal communication experience.
Outstanding interpersonal and collaboration skills, including diplomacy, tact and integrity.
Starting Salary Range: $67,114-$92,219
Employee Group: Full-Time
Schedule: Monday-Friday, 37.5 hrs/wk
Employee Subgroup: Exempt
Department Name: Radiology
Personnel area: School of Medicine
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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