Healthcare Operations, Assistant Vice President
Full Time – Weekdays
THE BEST CAREERS. RIGHT HERE @ BROOKLYN’S LEADING HOSPITAL.
We’re Maimonides Medical Center, the largest hospital in Brooklyn and an award-winning major independent teaching hospital with a community hospital feel. At Maimonides, we’re continuously expanding our services and remain at the forefront of innovative medicine. In fact, our Heart & Vascular Center ranks among the top 1% of hospitals in the US for heart attack/heart failure patient outcomes. We deliver more babies than any other hospital in New York State, have a Level l Trauma Center, and an accredited full-service Cancer Center with Joint Commission Gold Star designation along with the distinction of Brooklyn’s only Children’s Hospital.
We currently have an excellent opportunity for an Assistant Vice President of Operations to plan, organize, evaluate and monitor a variety of operational, financial and other related activities to ensure the Medical Center functions in a fiscally responsible manner in keeping with institutional/clinical program goals and established strategic plans. You will also manage projects under the direction of the Senior Vice President, Operations and Clinical Programs.
We require strong leadership competencies in:
- Communication: Strong written and verbal skills are demonstrated in reports, correspondence and presentations.
- Professional Development: Participates in conferences, workshops, and other professional development activities to maintain licensure and/or remain professionally current.
- Staff Development: Ensures staff receive mandated in-servicing in Safety, Quality Assurance, Risk Management, Customer Service, Infection Control, etc.
- Problem Solving: Recommendations and decision making reflect strong analytical skills and focus on quality, cost containment, and impact of change on other departments.
- Customer Service Management: Incorporates the Medical Center's Customer Service goals in developing and/or revising departmental policies and systems.
- Project Management: Participates in multidisciplinary task forces, committees and projects, demonstrating team spirit and ability to work with different internal customers
In addition, you will
- Identify risks and/or vulnerabilities related to existing programs and makes appropriate recommendations to ensure quality care while optimizing contribution margin. Recommends and implements corrective and preventive measures where necessary.
- Collaborate with senior leadership to develop and implement strategic plans, new programs (service line), or enhance existing programs whenever possible, to maintain MMC position as regional leader in healthcare delivery and community services.
- Manage the relationship with community and regional partners to strengthen the position of MMC as a regional hub for tertiary medical care.
- Work closely with the Marketing Department to design/launch programs to educate and inform the professional/public communities as to the range of clinical programs available.
- Develop performance metrics with the Medical Center leadership to monitor and evaluate program development. Develop and oversee cost and utilization review process to reduce variation and waste and adds value to the delivery system.
- With the SVP, coordinates the annual budget process for multiple Clinical and Ancillary Departments. Evaluates operating budget performance and progress for year.
- Maintain established medical center policies and procedures, objectives, continuous quality improvement standards, safety, environmental, and infection control standards are in compliance with all standards and regulations required by The Joint Commission (TJC) and New York State Department of Health and the other regulatory agencies.
- Bachelors’ degree required, Masters’ degree preferred
- Minimum of 7 years of progressive management experience in a healthcare setting
- Clinical background strongly preferred (Registered Nurse, Physician Assistant, etc.)
- IT experience and familiarity with clinical systems
- Direct operations, faculty practice, and/or clinical service experience
- Knowledge of budget and financial operations
- Experience in Capital Acquisition – evaluation and decision making
- Project Management
- Strategic planning for new programs and relationships
- Experience developing working relationships with clinicians at all levels
Excellent benefits. Assistant Vice President of Operations, please forward a resume with cover letter to
. An EOE.
Senior clinical professionals such Registered Nurses, Nurse Managers, Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants are encouraged to apply!