New York NY
Title: Department Administrator
Location: New York, NY
Occupational Category: Administrative/Operations
Description: Hiring a Department Administrator for a top academic medical center. The Department Administrator is responsible for providing leadership support and overall administrative direction for an academic department, which includes the management of non-physician staff. The Department Administrator, will develop and maintain of financial, operational, quality and service standards and mechanisms to monitor performance.
- Directs and manages the fiscal, operational, human and information resources.
- Identifies key performance indicators for various areas including operational performance, staff development, quality of care, community engagement, and departmental efficiency.
- Oversees and directs a range of administrative, operational, fiscal, strategic, quality, customer service and activities to ensure departments meet goals and objectives.
- Responsible for compliance with all Regulatory and Health System standards.
- Partners with Human Resources and oversees professional development, manages employee performance and talent acquisition. Develops talent succession plans for leadership. Provides direction to and supervises management and department staff.
- Generates and fosters partnerships across the enterprise to develop and drive value added services that will advance the mission.
- Prepares budgets and execute capital projects.
- Develops budget and monitors and authorizes expenditures on all budgetary grant and discretionary funds of the departments.
- Oversees administrative services provided to all faculty within departments. Develops and implements strategic plans for recruitment of faculty
- Plans, develops and recommends new programs
- Prepares, reviews and processes productivity payments to clinical providers.
- Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Business Administration or related field. Master’s preferred
- Minimum of five years of health care administration, financial experience in budget planning, business process analysis, human resource management and program development.
- Experience in an academic medical setting is preferred