A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
The scope of the Administrative Manager Healthcare series can range from managing daily operations of a small unit, to recommending the strategic direction and providing leadership in the operational changes for large departments/division to contributing to the overall strategy, direction and vision for several functional areas. Is responsible (directly or indirectly) for all subordinate staff activities related to human resource management (hiring, promotion, salary changes, performance coaching, disciplinary actions, training and development, ensuring consistent application of organizational policies, etc.) Has measurable impact on operational effectiveness, attainment of department/unit objectives, service to customers and attainment of research goals. The primary duty of employees in this classification is the management of a customarily recognized department or subdivision, including the supervision of three or more full-time equivalent employees every week. Direction is over a permanent status continuing function, not a collection of employees assigned to complete a project. Management duties include interviewing, selecting and training of employees; setting and adjusting their rates of pay and hours of work; planning and directing that work; appraising their productivity and efficiency for the purpose of recommending promotions or other changes in their status; handling their complaints and grievances and disciplining them when necessary. Management responsibilities include the authority to hire, fire, or promote assigned employees or make recommendations that are given particular weight. Employees have impact on budgeting, controlling costs, planning, scheduling, and procedural change. Under FLSA, this is the exempt job classification for this title. Incumbents in this position must meet the full criteria for exempt status.
Recruit, hire, manage, supervise and coordinate radiology technologist staff for Interventional Radiology. Supervise unit operations. Plan, assign and review the work of IR technologist staff.
Initiate and implement staffing consistent with the needs of patient activity in collaboration with other members of Radiology leadership teams. Maximize the use of available resources to reflect standards of high quality patient care and productivity while partnering with physicians and staff to obtain high-quality patient imaging.
Evaluate and provide ongoing feedback about the performance of radiology technologist staff responsible to the Interventional Radiology division. Counsel, develop and evaluate clinical performance of radiology technologist staff to enable achievement of division, departmental and institutional objectives, particularly as related to high quality patient care.
Work collaboratively with medical director, operations director and division leaders to identify and resolve operational problems within the division.
Develop and implement IR division goals and objectives, which include the establishment of standards of practice in radiologic care consistent with national, professional and regulatory guidelines.
Participate and coordinate the development, implementation and evaluation of multi-disciplinary patient care activities and programs.
Represent Interventional Radiology in multidisciplinary planning and problem-solving regarding patient care, operations and process improvement.
Project and monitor technologist personnel budget for the Interventional Radiology division. Provide information regarding budget variances to Operations Director.
Collaborate with Interventional Radiology leadership team in all aspects of division operations.
Collaborate with Interventional Radiology Technologist Supervisor to initiate and implement guidelines for Interventional Radiology technologist orientation, staff education and professional development. Encourage and provide opportunities for continuing education of all Interventional Radiology personnel.
Participate in development, planning and activation of Interventional Radiology capital projects. Make recommendations for and participate in implementation of new technology involving Interventional Radiology and/or Radiology assets.
Plan, coordinate, lead and evaluate LEAN initiatives and other quality improvement activities.
Assure compliance with regulatory, legal, patient care and safety programs.
Facilitate the education of health sciences students.
Graduation from an accredited school for radiologic technology.
A.R.R.T. (R) certification and five years of progressive radiology technologist experience with demonstration of progressive clinical competence.
Expertise in Interventional Radiology, Radiology Special Procedures or equivalent.
Bachelors’ degree in related field with prior management, supervisory or team leader experience.
Demonstrated leadership and management skills including personnel management and the ability to perform as a role model for staff, as evidenced by performance evaluations and documentation.
Demonstrated ability to communicate expectations and manage staff performance and successfully lead change, as evidenced by performance evaluations and documentation.
Demonstrated ability to assess, interpret and analyze radiology technologist practice in a procedure-focused area independently and collaboratively as evidenced by performance evaluations and documentation.
Demonstrated exceptional communications skills and documented ability to communicate effectively in ways that enhance productivity and build respectful relationships. Demonstrated ability to collaborate in a manner that fosters teambuilding and provides visionary direction for team members.
Demonstrated strong analytical and problem solving skills; creativity and a high level of outcome-focused energy as evidenced by performance evaluations and documentation.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with administrators, physicians, peers and subordinates and to work effectively as a member of the healthcare team as evidenced by performance evaluations and documentation.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Current Vascular Interventional (VI) or (CV) Advanced Certification by the ARRT
Masters Degree in a related field.
Experience with capital project development and execution.
Proficiency with computer systems and PACS.
Experience with continuous quality improvement and LEAN processes.
Must possess and maintain ARRT (R) registration.
Must possess and maintain BLS certification.
40 hours/week; 24/7 division responsibility.
Shift and hours will vary based on unit needs.
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The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
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