The Children’s Inn at NIH is currently recruiting for the following positions. If you are interested or have questions about any of our open positions, please contact Samantha Rosenberg at samantha.rosenberg@nih.gov. If submitting your resume by e-mail, please indicate the position in the subject line. The Children's Inn at NIH is an equal opportunity employer.

Title:                    Resident Services Manager
Reports to:           Assistant Director of Resident Services
FLSA Status:         Exempt

Overview:

The Resident Services Manager is responsible for managing the daily activities of The Children’s Inn at NIH,in accordance with the procedures outlined in the Manageron Duty (MOD) manual.The Resident Manager works closely with other managers providing support and services to families. The Resident Manager is a member of the Resident Services team. Click here for complete job description. 

 

Title:                    Database Coordinator
Reports to:           Chief Development and communications Officer (CDCO)
FLSA Status:         Exempt

Overview:

The position supports the Development functions by managing the fundraising database and gift acknowledgement processes. Click here for complete job description.

 

Title:                    Director of Facilities & Construction Management (DFCM)
Reports to:           Chief Administrative Office/ Chief Program & Services Officer (CAO/CPSO)
FLSA Status:         Exempt

Overview:

The Children’s Inn is currently recruiting for a Director of Facilities & Construction Management (CFCM) who will be responsible for leading, planning, coordinating and managing facility and construction functions at The Inn and the Woodmont House. The DFCM coordinates the general upkeep and maintenance of The Children’s Inn and Woodmont House building and grounds. The DFCM also manages relationships within the NIH Facility and Amenities community to ensure the effective operations of The Inn.  The DFCM is primarily responsible for coordinating all design, renovation and new construction for The Children’s Inn and the Woodmont House, which includes projects funded by The Inn, NIH, or together in partnershipThe DFCM is a member of the Resident Services Team and the Senior Leadership Team. Click here for complete job description.

 

Title:                    Resident Services Manager (Overnight position)
Reports to:           Assistant Director of Resident Services
FLSA Status:         Exempt

Overview:

The Resident Services Manager is responsible for managing the activities of The Children’s Inn at NIH during overnight hours, in accordance with the procedures outlined in the Manager on Duty (MOD) manual. The Resident Services Manager works closely with other managers providing support and services to families. The Resident Services Manager is a member of the Resident Services Team. Click here for complete job description.

   


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