This position is responsible for the daily performance of a team for an assigned functional area within a facility. This position would typically be working in a department providing patient services, support services, or administrative services. Schedules and supervises the work of assigned staff to ensure smooth work flow in the department.
Schedules and supervises the work of assigned staff to ensure smooth work flow in the department. Acts as a knowledge resource to staff in matters of department processes, technical skills, equipment, supplies and/or regulatory requirements.
Selects, trains and manages the performance of staff. Schedules staff in accordance with department needs, maintains labor expenses within budget guidelines. Provides daily direction to staff. Sets goals for individuals and for the team. Acts as a mentor and coach and provides development and growth opportunities for staff.
Monitors supplies, equipment and labor resources and stays within budget. Assists in developing goals, targets and action plans.
Identifies, addresses and communicates opportunities to improve work processes and enable achievement of goals in quality, productivity and customer satisfaction. Maintains statistics and reports on activity in areas of responsibility when required.
Coordinates and participates in special projects as assigned.
High school diploma/GED or equivalent working knowledge. Requires national certification as a SPD Technician or Surgical Instrument Processor within conditional period or 6 months after assuming position.
Must possess skills and abilities normally attained with 3 years of related experience. Must be proficient and have working knowledge in area of service. Must demonstrate effective communication, team building, human relations and organization skills.
Must be familiar with commonly used office software and/or have the ability to learn new software applications if necessary.
Prior supervisory experience is preferred.
Additional related education and/or experience preferred.
Internal Number: 255848
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