ENA employees comprise a team driven to achieve excellence through professionalism, empowerment, and balance.
This not only defines the culture we strive to build and maintain, but also provides us with guidance for decision making, communication, and collaboration. The following three elements of the ENA culture serve as a roadmap for our actions.
We exemplify professionalism through the use of professional communication methods, customer service fundamentals, appearance, and respectful interactions.
We are all empowered to make recommendations, raise concerns, solicit feedback, and develop plans to accomplish our work. We balance that empowerment with the guidance and support of our supervisors and teams. No one individual bears the burden to make decisions that impact ENA strategically or financially, or that impact the workload of others without discussion with supervisors and other leaders.
This is the core fundamental that touches all aspects. We need to balance the personal with the professional, the commitment to work with the ability to rest and recharge, and the empowerment to accomplish our work with the guidance and mentorship to grow.
Together, these fundamentals help us maintain an enjoyable workplace and a manageable work–life balance.
In the spirit of innovation and excellence, the employees of ENA pledge to exemplify integrity, quality, and loyalty with respect to work, members, and coworkers.
ENA employees foster a supportive and cultivating work environment that inspires teamwork and cooperation, and promotes pride, trust, a strong work ethic, and an appreciation and respect for each other’s talents, ideas, and differences.
These values are the foundation that motivates ENA employees to be the best they can be for themselves, the people they work with, and those they serve.
We at ENA commit to develop and administer effective employment policies and practices to maintain and enhance employee engagement. We believe in investing in professional development and engaging staff in new and exciting projects allowing them to grow their skillset.
The key to effective work relationships must be continuous communication and involvement, which encourages employees to seek information, make recommendations, or bring to management’s attention any condition or situation which may be of concern.
ENA provides a wide-array of competitive benefits to employees. We offer a number of choices including many employer-paid and voluntary benefits designed to give you the flexibility to meet your individual or family’s financial and healthcare needs.
ENA is pleased to provide quality coverage options at a reasonable cost to our employees. Our goal is to ensure we have the appropriate healthcare plan portfolio to help employees make choices and manage healthcare expenses in a way that meets their needs
In partnership with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois, we offer a broad range of medical plans including four different PPO options with varying levels of deductibles, and an HMO plan. Employees have the flexibility to decide which level of coverage is best suited for their family.
Employees interested in dental insurance may choose a PPO or HMO plan.
ENA offers comprehensive vision insurance through VSP.
Life and Disability Insurance
ENA pays for basic life and accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) insurance for our employees and their families, along with short and long-term disability insurance which are designed to provide income protection while recovering from a disability.
ENA offers both traditional and Roth 401(k) retirement plans, in which the company matches up to 4% of an employee’s deferral. ENA also contributes an additional 5-7% each year, based upon the association’s overall financial performance.
Continuing Education/Professional Development
We believe learning is a lifelong process and support our employee’s pursuit in continuing their education and offer Tuition Reimbursement for undergraduate and graduate degrees and in addition, an Education and Computer Loan program to help facilitate the process in pursuing their education and personal betterment.
Paid Time Off
During the first year of employment, exempt employees accrue 15 days of paid time off per year, and non-exempt employees accrue 10 days per year. Each employee earns an additional eight hours for each year of service up to 40 additional hours. Furthermore, employees accrue 12 sick days per year, and 4 personal days, and 10 paid holidays.
We have additional work-life programs to help support our employee population. These programs provide staff with a more flexible work environment while meeting the needs of ENA. This includes our employee assistance program, work at home arrangements, and other opportunities to participate in a variety of healthy lifestyle activities.
To apply for one of the exciting opportunities on our fantastic team send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
ENA is seeking a skilled executive with experience in health care, association leadership, project management and education program design and development. The Chief Learning Officer provides leadership and executive management for ENA’s educational programs and resources that advance the practice of emergency nursing.
ENA is looking for an energetic and organized Governance Coordinator to join the Executive Office team. The Governance Coordinator contributes to the successful execution of the association's strategic initiatives and governance activities. This position coordinates the logistics for board meetings and General Assembly and manages the administrative processes for all governance projects, committees, and initiatives.
ENA is looking for an enthusiastic Marketing Specialist to join the Marketing team. The Marketing Specialist contributes to the successful execution of marketing plans to further advance the brand recognition and impact of the Emergency Nurses Association. This position develops copy, collateral and promotional materials to attain marketing objectives and builds project timelines and budgets in a collaborative team and deadline driven environment. This includes utilizing exceptional organizational skills to execute multiple initiative and make recommendations the outreach and promotion of ENA products.
ENA is looking for an energetic, deadline driven Education Project Manager to join the Institute for Emergency Nursing Education (IENE) team. The Education Project Manager oversees the educational components and faculty coordination for all national and regional conferences and all associated products as part of a collaborative cross-functional team. This position will also oversee the abstract submission and related processes for poster sessions and will provide project management oversight for selected educational projects as directed.
ENA is looking for an energetic, deadline driven Education Coordinator to join the Institute for Emergency Nursing Education (IENE) team. This position is responsible for supporting the day to day functions associated with Emergency Nurses Association's (ENA), American Nursing Credentialing Center (ANCC) accreditation, as well as providing project coordination to support the execution of ENA's national and regional conferences. This person will work in a collaborative team, deadline driven environment.
ENA is looking for a knowledgeable, deadline driven Applications & Development Manager to join our ENA team. This position will oversee the development, implementation, upgrade and maintenance of new and existing applications and tools. This person will employ a focused approach to data integrity, effective project management, and develops member and staff application training, with a focus on member engagement and satisfaction and staff productivity.
ENA is looking for a strategic partner with strong collaborative communication and interpersonal skills to join our ENA team. This position contributes to the success of ENA by ensuring the financial sustainability of the ENA Foundation through the development and execution of fundraising, stewardship and annual giving strategies. This position will focus on leading the individual giving program, cultivating a portfolio of major donor accounts, special event oversight, and the development of special giving societies. This person will work closely with the Foundation Board of Trustees, Foundation committees and ENA Staff to create strategy to cultivate and steward donors and corporate partners towards major gift prospects.