Northern EMS Manager of Mobile Health will ensure the delivery of world-class patient care through providing leadership and quality driven services aligned with RWJBH's strategic and operational plan. This position will lead and implement the Northernly located EMS operations of the mobile health division. The Northern EMS Manager will be responsible for managing and executing the strategic initiatives of the division. The Northern EMS Manager will report directly to the Northern Operations Director of Mobile Health and will foster a collaborative environment within the supervisory team in developing and accessing RWJBH's long-term Mobile Health Strategy. The Northern EMS Manager will provide outstanding and inspiring leadership by being actively involved in all aspects of Mobile Health, developing broad based relationships with RWJBH, the community and other key stakeholders. The Northern EMS Manager will be expected to lead, coach, develop and retain a high-performing supervisors and front line staff team members, all the while emphasizing strategic planning and analysis. Responsibilities of the role include but are not limited to: Responsible for assisting the Northern Operations Director with oversight and management of Northernly located ALS/BLS Services/Territories to ensure that RWJBarnabas Health is providing contiguous coverage, scalability and efficiencies in the area of Patient Transport and Mobile Health Services. Responsible for day-to-day management, staffing and overall operations for ALS and BLS divisions. The Northern EMS Manager will maintain Northernly located responsibility for ensuring a unified structure regarding EMS Field Operations, MICU Field Operations and SCTU Field Operations. The Northern EMS Manager will also ensure all communication is streamlined within the department, ensuring the same message is delivered strategically to all staff members. Bachelor's degree in Business, Health Care Administration or related field of study preferred. Must possess and maintain current NJSDoH/MICP or MICN certification. Must possess and maintain current AHA, ACLS and PALS certification. Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license.