Ophthalmology Director Opening
The Administrative Director manages, plans, directs and integrates the overall clinical, business, and revenue operations of a dynamic and large Ophthalmology practices.
Responsible for the day-to-day operational, financial, human and other resource management, and strategic planning for multiple ophthalmology clinical sites.
Provides leadership, advice and counsel to supervisors, staff and faculty. Collaborates with Ambulatory Services leadership to create the financial structure for the practice to include utilization of resources, oversight of billing and revenues, formulating operating and capital budgets and establishing internal controls and reviews. Evaluates financial performance for the practices and corrects deviations. Responsible for the ongoing operational support in the development and enhancement of existing and new clinical programs. Assists faculty leadership in business development and marketing related to clinical programs and long term strategy as well as short term tactical direction for the practice. Manages the practice’s recruitment, hiring, orientation, disciplining and staff development. Oversees resolution of human resources, labor relations, employee and department safety and risk management issues.
-Bachelor’s Degree in business, health care administration, nursing or related field
-Possess five plus years of progressively responsible clinical operations management experience of an ambulatory clinic
-Knowledge of planning, marketing, financial management, clinic operations, institutional budgeting and personnel and facilities management
-Ability to develop and manage business operations within a multi-faceted, fast-paced, sensitive and changing environment
-Utilize critical thinking skills to resolve complex problems often requiring innovative solutions
-Excellent analytical, problem-solving, communication, interpersonal, and team-building skills
-Proven experience with administering and/or implementing clinical care delivery systems to ensure compliance with applicable regulations and policies
-Five or more years’ experience and excellent proficiency delivering outpatient ophthalmic care (may include outpatient clinical care, outpatient surgery, technical examinations, or other comparable activities)
-Enrollment in or completion of a graduate program of education in nursing, healthcare, policy, management, or biomedical science, including degree-granting programs (e.g., M.B.A., M.P.H., M.A., M.S., or Ph.D.) and/or non-degree granting programs (e.g., executive management programs)
Tina Roberts, President
JONATHAN CHASE EXECUTIVE SEARCH
588 Sutter Street, Suite 349
San Francisco, CA 94102