Date Posted: 9/1/2021 12:00:00 AM
Employment Type: Full Time; salaried
Department: Physician Practices
Medical Arts Building
Provides leadership and support of efforts for organizational development
Develops and implements physician practices patient-focused growth initiatives
Develops and implements physician practice’s clinical enhancement strategies and programs
Maintain processes for accurate monitoring and reporting of assigned items
Empower and supports the operational team with the leadership and resources they need to successfully complete operations initiatives
Manages, by collaboration with department directors, the compliance with policies and procedures ensuring annual review and up to date content
Ability to step in to assist in both clinical and support practice functions, as appropriate
Determine fiscal requirements and in conjunction with fiscal department, approve budgetary recommendations for the practices; monitor, verify, and reconcile expenditure of budget funds
Project management – develops, implements, and leads key initiatives to meet organizational goals
Assess needs for staff development, both in technical and soft skills, on an ongoing basis; respond appropriately by identifying/developing, and implementing mandatory staff trainings to address deficiencies and/or improve performance
Ability to determine appropriate solutions to any issues/concerns that may arise
Other duties as assigned
Actively participates in the hospital-wide Quality Improvement Program, actively supports and implements department-specific Quality Improvement initiatives and projects, recommends process improvement as appropriate, reports any quality issues in service delivery and consistently commits to a focus on quality improvement and organizational excellence.
As an employee of Penobscot Valley Hospital, the position has an inherent role to care for our community members when in need. To this regard, the incumbent will be expected to participate in emergency/disaster preparedness planning, and drills as requested. When called upon during a real life disaster/emergency event, the incumbent will be expected to participate in the Hospital’s response to this event, within the scope of professional and personal ability to do so.
Bachelor’s degree required in healthcare administration or related field or equivalent experience. Two+ years of clinical healthcare experience required. Demonstrated leadership skills. Excellent communication skills and highly organized. Demonstrated working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite, particularly with Excel. Experience using Electronic Health Records preferred.
PVH has a Section 125 Cafeteria Benefits Plan and pays a portion of the cost of our health plan, dental, basic life, and disability insurance for employees with 30+ authorized hours, and provides partial subsidy for dependent health insurance. Part-time employees are eligible to receive dental, life and disability coverage and are eligible to participate in the health insurance plan. Other benefits include a 403(b) plan and earned time off accrual.
PVH employment application required. All job offers are contingent upon back ground check and completing a pre-employment physical at the employer's provider of choice.