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2 days ago

Certification Program Specialist – new

American Nurses Association Aspen Hill, MD +2 locations

Come be a part of the American Nurses Association (ANA), the only full-service professional organization representing over 3.1 million registered… The Washington Post

2 days ago

Nurse Registrar – new

American Nurses Association Aspen Hill, MD +2 locations

Functions as a Nurse Registrar to applicants and potential applicants nationally and internationally, and provides consultation to nurses and others… The Washington Post

24 days ago

Membership Marketing Specialist (Association Experience Preferred)

American Nurses Association Silver Spring, MD +2 locations

Support the development of the recruitment and retention capability: Works closely with Manager, C/SNA Membership Marketing to develop state-level… Glassdoor

24 days ago

Financial Business Analyst

American Nurses Association Silver Spring, MD

include being the subject matter expert in financial analysis, modeling and budget preparation with each key business divisions. JOB… Glassdoor

24 days ago

Senior Policy Fellow - Quality Measure Development

American Nurses Association Silver Spring, MD

Under general supervision, responsible for the day-to-day implementation of ANA’s quality measure initiatives, including measure assessment, measure… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Director, Finance (CPA required)

American Nurses Association Silver Spring, MD

Prepares consolidated financial statements and communicates financial results with the various entities, Board of Directors, Trustees, Executive… Glassdoor

24 days ago

Sr. Operations Specialist

American Nurses Association Silver Spring, MD

Internal Evaluation of the Magnet Recognition Program® Assists with conducting on-going evaluation of Magnet Recognition Program processes for the… Glassdoor

12 days ago

Organizational Development Manager

American Nurses Association Silver Spring, MD

•Employment Development: Directs a needs assessment for training and staff development to enhance the effectiveness of employee performance in… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Director, Communications/Public Relations

American Nurses Association Silver Spring, MD

•Responsible for proactive and reactive media relations program, including the development of outreach campaigns aligned to the strategic… Glassdoor

24 days ago

Education Program Coordinator

American Nurses Association Silver Spring, MD

• Working within the Product Development team serves to assist the Lead Nurse Planner and Education Program Specialist (EPS)-Nurse Planner in… Glassdoor

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    Not what I thought it would be

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    Good benefits and location is close to metro. Most of the non management staff are very nice an kind people. I have developed some strong friendships with some of them. The majority the employees are very nice. Pretty good career opportunities and the pay is ok as well. ANA is a good stepping stone to something better. But the problem is not the regular staff but rather the senior management. And those people have all the power and control.


    I have worked at ANA for almost 3 years and never thought I would work in an organization with so many of the sr staff be so full of themselves. I have seen executives throw people under the bus, I have seen some of the directors be passive aggressive to others, I have seen the head of marketing bully people to get her way, and at different times have seen a Chief, a handful of directors and a VP yell and publicly insult people in the hallway. This place is not what I thought it would be. The CEO is very intelligent but many have commented how she has mistreated and been disrespectful with her direct reports. I think she has gone through 3 or 4 EAs in the last 2 years. And the fact that so many people walk on eggshells around the COO and the CEO is a very bad sign. Once someone at an executive level intimidates others there is a major problem. This is not the 80's where senior staff bullied everyone and got away with anything. You may ask, why would the board allow such behavior? Most likely because they have no idea what happens behind closed doors. It's too bad the board has no clue, I know many of my colleagues and peers are looking for other jobs and other career opportunities.

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    From what many of us have seen the problem occurs mostly at the sr management levels. It appears the middle management are caught in the middle. There are some problem directors but most oft he issues happen at the sr. director level or above. I know the board would never do this, but sometimes it is just better to remove the bad limb over trying to fix things. Fire every member of the ELT, the VPs, the Sr. Directors and any of the problem directors and start over again. The senior management team is so dysfunctional a massive firing would not drastically affect the day to day operations because most of the respectful directors and managers have a strong grasp of how to keep things running. It is the senior staff that needs to be cleansed.

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