Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Vice President, Ancillary & Support Services is responsible for the operational, financial, and strategic activities for the Hospital's ancillary services departments (Laboratory and Diagnostic Imaging, comprising of approximately 134 FTE) and the Hospital's support services departments (Facilities, Engineering, Security/Parking, Environmental Services, Food Services, Supply Chain, Emergency Preparedness, and Telecommunications, comprising approximately 270 FTE).
As a member of the executive leadership team, this role is responsible for:
• Defining and executing the strategic priorities of the organization • Providing input and oversight in the development of departmental quality and safety standards • Providing oversight in budget development, resource allocation, value improvement activities, and budget performance in assigned areas of responsibility • Ongoing evaluation of departmental operations to optimize efficiency and value for patients, families, and staff • Evolving and executing the organization's master plan to meet evolving program needs and regulatory requirements • Oversight of personnel management and succession planning activities in assigned areas of responsibility • Facilitating integration activities between BCH-Oak and BCH-SF to support the development of an integrated pediatric health care system
This position serves as lead site administrator for Oakland campus in absence of Chief Operating Officer.
Minimum Education: Master's Degree in Health Care, Business Administration, or related discipline
Minimum Experience: 5+ years of progressively responsible hospital clinical departmental leadership, preferably in an acute care setting
Certification Required: Lean Certification, preferred on hire, required within 18 months
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Proven ability in strategy development, program implementation, team building, mentoring, planning, and budgeting. Strong written and verbal communication. Quality Built-in (Toyota Management System) experience, preferred. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a broad range of leaders, physicians, employees, external consultants to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Demonstrated facilitative leadership style with strong impact and influencing skills. Tenacity, objectivity, and energy in leading change. Self-starter with strong organizational and problem-solving skills with the ability to work multiple priorities.
Technical Knowledge: Toyota Management (LEAN) experience. Demonstrated strengths in project management processes and methodologies. Quality and Best Practices principles. Strong understanding of regulatory requirements. Strong labor relations experience. Proficiency with a variety of computer systems including: Electronic Health Record, Microsoft Office, HRIS, budgeting systems.
Internal Number: 16878
About UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland
Making Kids Better Is All We Do: UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals are among the nation’s finest pediatric medical centers, according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings. Their expertise covers virtually all pediatric conditions, including cancer, heart disease, neurological disorders, pulmonology, diabetes and endocrinology, as well as the care of critically ill newborns. The Oakland campus has a highly regarded pediatric residency program and is one of only five ACS Pediatric level I trauma centers in California. What Our People Love About Working at Children’s? It is our privilege and passion to provide extraordinary care for all children - We have Talented & Committed People - Competitive Pay - 99% Nurse Retention - Comprehensive Benefits - The Rewards of Healing Children Careers: At UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland, it is our privilege and passion to provide extraordinary care for all children. We are looking for talented professionals to join our team and would like to thank you for considering us as your future employer.