You can play an important role with an essential health system that is committed to doing more than making people feel better. The MetroHealth System is restoring the health and well-being of the communities we serve throughout Cuyahoga County, Ohio with individualized, patient-centered care. Our team of 7,300 strong delivers care at our main campus near downtown Cleveland, and at more than 25 other MetroHealth locations, as well as 40 additional sites through community partnerships.
As the site of the county’s only Level I Adult Trauma Center and Level II Pediatric Trauma Center, we offer one of the only two adult and pediatric burn centers in the state of Ohio. Accommodating a total of more than one million patient visits annually, MetroHealth is an academic medical center for teaching and research, with each of its active physicians holding a faculty appointment at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. In addition, it has earned Magnet® status for nursing excellence.
Our mission is as follows: “Leading the way to a healthier you and a healthier community through service, discovery, teamwork, and research.” Here is your opportunity to help us accomplish this objective:
Policy Management Specialist
Take this opportunity to administer all aspects of our policy-management process. The professional we select will develop, maintain, and update our system’s policies, protocols, rules, forms, and practice guidelines. Collaborating with all clinical and service departments to design and document process and procedures, this individual will coordinate all system and departmental policy and procedure updates and maintenance.
What you’ll need to succeed:
Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
Three or more years of relevant professional experience.
Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office Forms.
Extensive working knowledge of health care practices.
A strong sense of self-direction and the ability to accept increasing levels of responsibility.
Excellent verbal and written communication, team-building, and collaboration skills.
Knowledge of database management and spreadsheets.
Ability to work well independently and with others.
Certification as a paralegal or legal nurse consultant (LNCC).
Current RN licensure in the state of Ohio.
Clinical experience or a background in a health care environment.
Your skills, ambition and experience can elevate the health and well-being of friends and neighbors. In return for your contributions, we offer the competitive salaries and extensive benefits you would expect of an industry leader.