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 Tammy Pinson, Chief Administrative Officer at pinsont@mail.nih.gov or at  301-451-9458. 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:                    Director of Facilities & Construction Management (CFCM)
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:                    Chief Program & Services Officer (CPSO)
Reports to:           CEO
FLSA Status:         Exempt

Overview:

The Children’s Inn is now recruiting for a Chief Program & Services Officer (CPSO) who will be responsible for establishing the strategic vision and developing the operating strategies that guide the daily management of resident services, family programs, facilities, volunteers and community outreach at The Children’s Inn and Woodmont House. The CPSO oversees administrative efficiency and makes certain that The Inn and Woodmont House program policies and procedures are correctly implemented. The CPSO ensures best practices in programs and services and that a home-like environment is maintained in part by requiring a high standard of cleanliness and operational quality at The Inn and Woodmont House. The CPSO is a member of the Senior Leadership Team and follows the mission, goals and objectives of The Children’s Inn set forth by the Board of Directors. Click here for complete job description.

Title:                    Facilities & Resident Services Coordinator
Reports to:           Chief Program & Services Officer (CPSO)
FLSA Status:         Non-exempt

Overview:

The Children’s Inn is now recruiting for a Facilities & Resident Services Coordinator who will be responsible for providing administrative support for the Chief Program and Services Officer as well as project management support on facilities and resident services projects including responsibility for managing the administrative details of all new construction and remodeling initiatives at The Inn. The F&RS Coordinator will have contact with residents of The Children’s Inn. Click here for complete job description.


Title:                    Human Resources Manager (Part-time)
Reports to:           Chief Administrative Officer
FLSA Status:          Exempt

Overview:

The Human Resources Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day Human Resources activities for The Children’s Inn at NIH including, but not limited to, employee relations, recruitment, training, benefits, talent review & succession planning, performance management, compensation administration, processing payroll and regulatory compliance.​ Click here for complete job description.


Title:                    Accounting Coordinator
Reports to:           Sr. Dir. of Finance
FLSA Status:          Exempt

Overview:

The Accounting Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day financial transactions of The Children’s Inn including general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, grant management, cash management, fixed assets, and depreciation. This individual provides internal financial reporting and serves as back up to the Sr. Director of Finance in his/her absence. 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 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 resident services and is a member of the Resident Services Team. Click here for complete job description.

   

Title:                        Assistant Woodmont House Manager
Reports To:              Woodmont House Manager
FLSA Status:             Exempt

Overview:

The Assistant House Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of family services and facilities of The Woodmont House and is the liaison between The Children’s Inn and The Woodmont House. The House Manager assures appropriate services are provided to families and that a home-like environment is maintained, ensures that The Inn’s standards and operational quality are met hereby both staff and families at Woodmont and is responsible for all House administrative tasks. Click herefor the complete job description.

 
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