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UCSD Department of Neurosurgery is among the leading neurosurgical centers in the country. The Department offers challenging career opportunities in the diverse areas of state-of-the-art clinical services, advanced educational programs, and cutting-edge research. The department is committed to offering a dynamic learning environment and growing opportunities to its talented and dedicated employees.
Under general supervision of Exec. Director of the Chair's Office, the incumbent will serve as the Administrative Assistant Supervisor for the Department of Neurosurgery. The Neurosurgery Administrative Assistant Supervisor is responsible for reviewing and prioritizing all administrative and patient requests and communications involving and in support of the Neurosurgery Faculty. Provides training and oversight as appropriate to other staff for administrative and clinical tasks needing to be performed. Monitors staff productivity and balances staff assignments for effective service delivery. Assesses educational and training needs of staff and facilitates staff development.
Manages day-to-day smooth operation of administrative functions, including long- and short-range administrative needs. Interacts closely with Department faculty and Department Business Office Staff. Using sound judgment, troubleshoots/resolves administrative issues. Oversees and/or directly performs the documentation and information gathering required for daily triage phone calls and requests. Monitors and determines the need for office supplies and orders using on-line ordering system. Coordinates meetings and training sessions with industry representatives from various medical companies by arranging dates, times and location. Fosters stellar customer service by receiving and returning phone calls in a timely manner.
Responsible for verifying appointments/scheduling using on-line systems. Assists with patients scheduling changes as needed. Responsible for coordinating and executing projects, independently composing correspondence, managing complex appointment calendar and travel schedule, coordinating meetings and special events, and serving as liaison with constituents on behalf of Division faculty. Prepares, oversees and authorizes payment authorizations, purchase orders and travel for Neurosurgical faculty. Coordinates medical staff privileging and oversees maintenance of licensing (i.e. medical, DEA, etc.). Coordinates preparation of academic review and merit files.
The Administrative Assistant Supervisor will supervise a team of support staff and must be comfortable directing and guiding the work of the team. Performs other duties and responsibilities as needed. Receives predetermined work assignments that are subject to a moderate level of control and review. Directs subordinates to complete assignments using established guidelines, procedures, and policies. Works on issues of limited scope. Requires full knowledge of own area of functional responsibility.
Bachelor's Degree in related area; and/or equivalent experience/training.
A minimum of three (3+) or more years of senior-level administrative experience.
Demonstrated working knowledge of the organization's processes and procedures, rules and regulations. Demonstrated skills to evaluate issues and identify resolutions.
Working knowledge of how to accurately complete invoices and ordering forms. Working knowledge of specific forms and mechanism used for ordering supplies and services.
Experience in screening telephone calls and directing callers to appropriate resource or to physician or staff for further screening and disposition.
Proven ability to hire, train, supervise, and schedule work of others. Skill in initiating team building techniques to create a positive working environment and organizational cohesiveness.
Working knowledge of the standard pre-test and pre-procedure instructions which patients may receive. Ability to distinguish between instructions which may be provided by the doctors or staff.
Proficiency using organization-specific and other computer application programs. knowledge of computer operations with proven data entry skills. Working knowledge of Epic Enterprise system as required to perform job functions.
Excellent interpersonal skills including verbal and written communication, active listening, critical thinking, persuasiveness, advising, and c
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