The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is looking for a Clinical Section Administrator to join our team. This is a mid-level management position and will work primarily with the Sections of Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI), as well as be involved in other departmental projects. Will be instrumental in the implementation of the Perinatal Strategy and Fetal and Neonatal Care Center Strategy, as well as practice development on and off campus for both sections. We are looking for an energetic and passionate person, ensuring efficient and effective operations throughout; plans, organizes, directs and controls activities that support each Section's clinical, educational, and research missions. Our ideal candidate is someone that is able to collaborate with a wide variety of stakeholders within the institution, brings innovative solutions to the table, and is passionate about their impact to the department.
Provides administrative leadership in formulating and implementing section and department objectives aligned with organizational goals and objectives; collaborates department-wide to further goals and objectives.
Oversees day-to-day operations, workflows and problem resolution.
Leads staff, optimizing operational effectiveness, employee engagement, professionalism, performance management and ongoing professional development.
Administers human capital activities; identifies need, manages recruitment, employee/labor relations and payroll; assists with academic appointment processes.
Ensures compliant and effective recruitment, hiring, onboarding, evaluation, promotion, disciplinary action, and discharge practices.
Ensures that policies and procedures are applied appropriately and consistently.
Monitors and facilitates administration and oversight of the academic appointment processes, including recruitment, appointment, onboarding, reappointment, and promotion of faculty members.
Collaborates to ensure timely and accurate processing of academic appointments and medical privileges for new and ongoing faculty.
Maintains academic personnel records.
Budget & Finances:
Plans with Section and Department leadership for optimal financial performance; develops annual and ad hoc budgets and other analyses.
Identifies need, analyzes and presents ad hoc reports and graphs.
Ensures professional billing financial integrity and compliance.
Ensures compliance with fiscal policies and procedures.
Understands the dynamics of health care accounting and applies knowledge in ensuring appropriate direct and indirect revenue and expenses related to grants, on- and off-site clinical activities, and other activities.
Researches, compiles and analyzes data to create reports, proposals and other documents.
Participates in identifying priorities and in preparing and implementing strategic and tactical plans. Maintains plan and monitors metrics and reports on progress.
Negotiates and implements related agreements.
Assesses provider capacity and access, ensures adequate provider and support staffing plans.
Marketing, Communications, Outreach:
Ensures appropriate external marketing and communications for targeted programmatic growth.
Develops internal communications plans and activities.
Assists with planning and supervises implementation of CME and other events.
Grants & Funding Opportunities:
Assists faculty in the pursuit of research funding and grants management; participates in the development and implementation of fundraising plans.
Ensures readiness and compliance with regulatory bodies and all relevant policies, such as fiscal, academic, human resources, Joint Commission, OSHA, and other regulatory guidelines.
Space, Facilities & Equipment:
Manages activities related to space facilities and equipment.
Attention to detail
Education, Experience and Certifications:
Bachelor's degree in business, accounting, healthcare administration or a related field required.
Advanced degree in business, accounting, healthcare administration or a related field preferred.
A minimum of two years of progressively responsible administrative/supervisory experience required.
Healthcare and/or academic medical experience strongly preferred.
Experience preparing major federal awards and/or initiation of clinical trials preferred.
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
Strategic leadership skills required.
Supervisory skills required.
Knowledge of accounting principles required.
Analytical skills required.
Problem-solving skills required.
Decision-making skills required.
Attention to detail required.
Organizational skills required.
Quantitative skills required.
Strong oral and written communication skills required.
Interpersonal skills required.
Negotiation skills required.
Ability to work independently with a high degree of initiative required.
Ability to maintain confidentiality required.
Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, set priorities, and meet deadlines required.
Knowledge of spreadsheet and word processing programs required.
Knowledge of grant and award administration preferred.
Knowledge of hospital finances and administration strongly preferred.
Knowledge of administering a physician practice plan strongly preferred.
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