Job ID 210008MW
Available Openings 1
PURPOSE AND SCOPE:
The Manager of Imaging is responsible for ensuring the achievement of the company's strategic and operational goals as they relate to the Imaging Department. The Imaging Manager will directly oversee Nuclear Medicine, PET imaging, Echocardiography, Vascular Ultrasound, and Cardiovascular Stress Testing. The Manager of Imaging provides leadership in activities, processes, and policies that result in high quality patient care driven by system wide clinical practices, standards, and compliance. The Manager of Imaging collaborates with the executive management team to facilitate a comprehensive systematic approach to medical practice issues, staffing, environmental factors, and industry trends. This position oversees imaging technologists and technicians, as well as medical technicians and ancillary support staff.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Manages all departmental procedures and policies, flow and function, and staff.
- Ensures compliance with legal expectations and requirements for imaging departments, including licensing and accrediting bodies.
- In collaboration with other administrative leadership, develops strategic and operational plans for assigned clinical areas. Communicates plans and continuously evaluates plans.
- Maintains interface with departmental personnel to coordinate clinical operational activities to ensure adequate staffing, facilities, coordination of purchasing, maintenance and recommendations of necessary space, equipment, supplies and support systems to ensure effective functioning of unit/department.
- Reviews standards of service and resolves organizational problems.
- Maintains department budget, formulates payroll, and fixes any inaccuracies.
- Interacts with internal departments and external customers, particularly in problem resolution. Acts as an advisor to subordinate(s) to meet schedules and/or resolve technical problems. Responsible for hiring, coaching and counseling employees, including performance reviews, disciplinary action and terminations.
- Provides leadership, coaching and development plans for all direct reports to maintain an engaged and productive workforce; partnering with Human Resources on employee matters.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:
The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- The work environment is characteristic of a health care facility with air temperature control and moderate noise levels. May be exposed to infectious and contagious diseases/materials.
- The position provides direct patient care that regularly involves heavy lifting and moving of patients and assisting with ambulation. Equipment used can vary in complexity. Equipment aids and/or coworkers may provide assistance.
- The employee may occasionally be required to move, with assistance, machines and equipment of up to 200 lbs., and may lift chemical and water solutions of up to 30 lbs. up as high as 5 feet. There is a two-person assist program and "material assist" devices for the heavier items.
- This position requires frequent, prolonged periods of standing and/or walking and the employee must be able to bend over.
- Supervises exempt and non-exempt imaging staff
EDUCATION AND REQUIRED CREDENTIALS:
- Nationally Registered and State Certified Imaging Technician or Technologist
- Nurse or other applicable qualifications.
EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS:
- 6 – 8 years' related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
- 3+ years' supervisory or project/program management experience preferred.
- Strong leadership and communication skills.
- Extensive knowledge of the principles, techniques, and practices in the field of cardiology.
- Extensive knowledge of current trends and developments in the field of cardiology.
- Extensive knowledge of the methods and techniques employed in the administration of cardiology imaging programs.
- Thorough knowledge of the principles, skills, and techniques of facility management.
- Ability to plan, evaluate and coordinate a variety of complex medical treatment programs in a cardiovascular office.
- Ability to direct the work of professional and technical personnel.
- Ability to analyze and evaluate practices, techniques, and treatment procedures for need and effectiveness.
- Ability to organize and direct training programs in the field of cardiology
- Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with professional staff, local officials, and the general public.
EO/AA Employer: Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity
Fresenius Medical Care North America maintains a drug-free workplace in accordance with applicable federal and state laws.
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