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.
The Assistant Editor works primarily with the Editor-in-Chief of ENA’s monthly member magazine, ENA Connection, to develop, write and edit content for the publication to help position ENA as the premier professional health care organization for emergency nursing. The Assistant Editor also contributes to PR & Communications team projects as needed—press releases, articles, talking points and other communication materials.
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 role will also collaborate with the Institute for Emergency Nursing Research (IENR) team on abstract submission and related processes for poster sessions, and will provide project management oversight for selected educational projects as needed.
The ANCC Lead Nurse Planner is responsible for ensuring that ENA adheres to the ANCC accreditation criteria for all operational aspects of providing continuing nursing education activities and criteria that pertain to the operations of the organization as a Provider and Approver Unit. This position may also serve as a Nursing Content Editor for some projects.
The Marketing Manager develops and implements marketing plans to increase the visibility, impact and revenue generation of ENA products, programs and services.
The Meeting Planner provides event logistics and administrative support to the Meeting Services department. Additional responsibilities include coordinating all logistics for ENA Headquarter meetings and events.
The Member Relations Coordinator works independently, and as a team lead in a variety of functions. The Coordinator will manage the day-to-day execution and tracking of membership recruitment campaigns. Additionally, the Coordinator will help create programs and initiatives focused on cultivating new members and moving them through the membership pipeline to become active and engaged members of ENA. The Coordinator will serve as the online community manager and manage projects as assigned. The ideal candidate is a self-starter who is goal-driven.
The Nursing Content Manager is responsible for the execution and delivery of ENA educational products in collaboration with key internal and external stakeholders. This role will also manage the work of the nursing content editors to comply with production deadlines, ensuring clinical accuracy, product quality and consistency with ENA mission and vision.