Work collaboratively with nursing and surgical staff to promote the delivery of efficient, safe, and quality service.
Prepare all staff assignment that efficiently matches the needs of the surgical workload. Individual must demonstrate the ability to forecast changes on a routine basis and make appropriate changes as need.
Coordinates recruitment of support personnel and participates in their orientation to the department.
Meets and evaluates performance progress of new and existing staff through different metrics and training plans.
Recommends and implement collaborative changes of work practices contingent on quality, new technology and clinical best practice.
Maintain all staff records to comply with regulatory standard.
Work within the department budget and monitor variances on expenditure and personnel on a monthly basis.
Conducts and orchestrates ongoing training of staff on a bi-weekly basis.
Effectively communicates to all center personnel on a routine basis.
Fosters a team oriented work environment, and engage staff for improvement.
Conducts and is involved with projects with clinical staff to foster best practices.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent education
A minimum of four years of related peri-operative experience.
Full-Time: hours flexible between 1:00pm to 9:00pm, Monday-Friday with weekend rotation.
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