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As the largest healthcare staffing company in the country, we make it simple to find your ideal interim leadership opportunity. Your dedicated recruiter will submit your resume to leading healthcare facilities on your behalf to ensure you secure an interim emergency department manager job that meets your personal and professional goals. We’ll take care of everything so you can make an immediate impact where you’re needed most.

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Where will I work as an interim ED manager?

There are interim leadership openings in various settings, including academic medical centers, rural hospitals and community hospitals. If you’re interested in a particular setting, let your recruiter know and they’ll work to find a position for you somewhere you’ll love.

Are any specific qualifications or certifications required for an interim emergency department manager position?

Qualifications typically include a bachelor’s degree in nursing and at least three years of progressive leadership experience in a healthcare setting. In some cases, a master’s degree may be preferred. Your recruiter will make sure you know everything that’s required, and your credentialing specialist will work with you to ensure a streamlined compliance process. You should also have a proven ability to provide clinical leadership while ensuring high-quality patient care.

What other skills are needed to be an interim ED manager?

You’ll need strong communication skills and the ability to adapt to new environments quickly. Being able to build rapport with staff quickly will allow you to manage and motivate the team in a fast-paced environment.

What’s the process after I submit my resume for an interim ED manager job?

Once you submit your resume, the hiring manager at the facility will want to schedule at least one phone or video call to learn more about you, your experience and your leadership style. The interview is also a chance for you to ask questions about the overall culture, work-life balance and other specifics that will help you decide if the role is a good fit. After the interview process, you could start the assignment as quickly as 2-3 weeks if all compliance requirements are met.

What support does Aya provide for an interim emergency department manager?

Making sure you have an exceptional experience is our number one goal. That’s why you have a dedicated recruiter to help you find the perfect interim role, and a support team comprised of a credentialing specialist, payroll specialist and experience specialist so you can focus on what matters most: providing life-saving patient care.