Reporting to the Senior Vice Dean in the School of Podiatric Medicine (TUSPM), the Director of Operations-Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) directs and oversees all administrative and technical elements of the ASC, including the function of Director of Nursing. In addition, this position directs the Quality Assurance (QA) and Utilization Review (UR) functions for all TUSPM health services divisions and the entirety of TUSPM as appropriate, including the ASC, Foot and Ankle Institute and satellites, and Physical Therapy practices. QA/UR functions include policy development and assessment, risk management and incident reporting, compliance monitoring/reporting, and corrective action planning. This position also coordinates and administers the Surgery/Operating Room Protocol course and other workshops offered to 2nd and 3rd year TUSPM students.
Required Education & Experience: Bachelor of Sciences degree in Nursing (BSN) and current Certified Nurse, Operating Room (CNOR) certification required; Master of Sciences degree in nursing (MSN) and/or MBA preferred. At least five years’ experience managing a medium to high volume ambulatory surgery center required; experience developing and administering compliance and/or quality assurance programs strongly preferred; risk management experience preferred; experience teaching operating room protocol preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
Required Skills & Abilities: *Must be organized, detail oriented and possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. *Proven leadership ability and a customer service orientation that allows for effective interaction with administrators at all levels of the Temple University and *Temple University Health System hierarchies, patients, students, faculty, staff, contractors, consultants, alumni, and the general public. *Proficient with applications such as Microsoft Office and have extensive health care practice management/electronic medical records system experience. *Ability to work with and adapt to new technology
How to apply:
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