A Senior Clinical Administrator position is available immediately for a highly motivated individual to work with the Division Chief to manage the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine within the Department of Medicine. The Senior Clinical Administrator is responsible to manage and oversee clinical, administrative, financial, and research operations for the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep.
Supervises financial operations of unit/department/division, including the processing of daily transactions, reconciliation of accounts, generation of standard reports and maintenance of records/filing systems. Develops control procedure over all accounting functions to ensure a system of accurate recording of revenue and expenses. Approves all financial transactions.
Develops and manages program budgets covering operations, endowments, contracts and grants, private practice and sponsored projects. Makes major budgetary and resource allocation decisions. Provides financial status reports as needed. Performs financial analysis as requested or required.
Administers personnel functions for the unit. Ensures security and confidentiality of faculty and staff records. Oversees faculty and staff recruitment, staff development, career succession planning and faculty benefits programs.
Coordinates long and short range planning to include: architecture, budget, contingency, disaster, growth, policy, programs/projects, safety, space, staffing and/or strategic planning.
Supervises all assigned subordinate staff. Recruits, screens, hires, orients and trains staff. Evaluates employee performance and provides guidance and feedback to assigned staff. Counsels, disciplines and/or terminates employees, as required.
Develops and maintains effective communication program within the unit. Ensures timely reciprocal exchange of information between the Chairman and faculty and staff.
Other duties as needed.
Minimum Education:Â Bachelorâs degree
Minimum Experience: 5 years
Minimum Field of Expertise: Management experience in a large, multi-faceted or specialized medical school environment. Thorough knowledge of medical practice plan administrations and financial accounting.
Preferred Education: Masters Degree
Preferred Experience: 8 years experience in academic and/or healthcare administration
Â Proven ability to proactively analyze situations, define objectives and develop short- and long-term strategies.
Demonstrated ability to build and develop relationships across spectrum of internal and external stakeholders.
Experience working with medical practice and health care industry is preferred
Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree, Combined experience/education as substitute for minimum educationMinimum Experience: 5 yearsMinimum Field of Expertise: Management experience in a large, multi-faceted or specialized medical school environment. Thorough knowledge of medical practice plan administration. Knowledge of financial accounting.
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