Are you an experienced Neurophysiologist looking to take the next step in your career? Join the UPMC team at Western Maryland as a Supervisor and add valuable leadership experience to your career! The Supervisor, Neurophysiology will manage fiscal budgets, directly supervise all staff, coordinate diagnostic and intraoperative services among all UPMC pavilions. The supervisor will train new staff, and manage all day-to-day operations under the direction of the Medical Director and the Administrative Director. Has 24 hr responsibility for achieving quality patient care services through leadership and utilization of resources.
Communicate the mission, vision and philosophy of Clinical Administration and the UPMCS effectively.
Exhibit and practice service excellence by actively seeking, listening, and responding to the needs of patients, families, physicians and others.
Control the financial performance and productivity of department within defined fiscal parameters.
Provide assistance to the Administrative Director in preparing annual man-hour and capital budgets based upon analysis of clinical goals and established standards.
Maintain and update department productivity data in MRS.
Prepare annual man-hour and capital budgets based upon analysis of clinical goals, established standards.
Prepare a deliverable personnel schedule that demonstrates ability to manage resources to meet volume.
Demonstrate the ability to apply a varied leadership style based upon situation and developmental stage of individual or group.
Demonstrate and role model risk taking and hardy behavior and is aware of the impact of his/her behavior on the efficient functioning of the department/organization.
Demonstrate consistent adherence to established guidelines for progressive discipline of employees related to time/attendance, service standards, and other aspect of performance.
Develop Standards & Practice in accordance with regulatory requirements. Supervise UPMC staff across all UPMC pavillions.
Interview and select employees.
Evaluate, counsel and train staff to assure competency through proper orientation and measurements.
Provide ongoing education for all staff.
Serve as a resource for staff and other disciplines.
Provide staff safety and all organizational mandatory training to ensure compliance with OSHA, Health Department and JCHAO guidelines.
Establish appropriate and effective communication strategies with other disciplines, physicians and peers.
Account for establishment of professional and respectful interpersonal relationships.
Develop collegial relationships with departmental and institutional staff.
Direct clinical practice and activities that procedure results in measurable outcomes.
Recommend changes in clinical practice or process improvement based upon clinical findings, multidisciplinary team recommendations, and research to promote cost/quality outcomes.
Ensure that department meets and complies with JCHAO standards and regulations, as well as the standards and regulations for all regulatory agencies.
Receive feedback and directions constructively.
Identify and communicate learning needs to appropriate Clinical Director.
Take actions to improve knowledge, skills and performance based on feedback or on self-identified developmental needs.
Prior to performing new or challenging skills, request assistance and review policies and procedures.
Participate in self-review as requested by administrator.
Foster the creation of an environment conductive to professional growth and development
Able to perform all aspects of diagnostic Evoked Potentials, Transcranial Doppler, Continuous EEG and all aspects of intraoperative monitoring in the Center for Clinical Neurophysiology Department.
Coordinate staff and resources to provide efficient service on 24 hr basis for diagnostic and intraoperative monitoring among PUH, CHP, MUH and VA hospitals.
Ensure performance and productivity as defined by the budget.
Performs employee evaluations in a timely fashion.
Interviews and counsel employees and make recommendations to the Administrative director.
Troubleshoots all equipment failures and works with hardware and software engineers to provide uninterrupted and high quality service at all times.
Monitor all biomedical inspections on all departmental equipment.
Comply with safety policies and practices as per hospital directives.
Develop and maintain orientation plans for new employees. Coordinate, evaluate and maintain 6 months on-job training program for new hires. Supervise all archiving of data.
Prepare monthly statistics. Write and review Departmental Policies and Procedures.
Monitor the accuracy of payroll and monitors OT in accordance with the Flex Time Policy. Prepare and maintain on-call weekend schedules. Ensure appropriateness, accuracy and confidentiality of all documentation generated by the department.
Complete and monitor Quality Assurance protocols as directed by the Clinical Administrator. Insure that all billings are completed accurately and in within a deadline. Prepare and monitor capital and operational budgets
Know proficiently departmental and Institutional Policies and Procedures, and displays and enforces knowledge of infection control and universal precautions.
Reviews and approves supply orders in accordance with the budgetary allowances. Maintains standards of patient care.
Collaborates with physicians to ensure quality of patient care.
Respond to emergent situations and uptakes appropriate actions.
Adhere and enforce strictly patient confidentiality issues.
Perform work in a timely and productive manner.
Completion of Bachelors degree in Science, preferably in Neuroscience with emphasis on anatomy and physiology.
5 years minimum experience in Evoked Potentials and/or Intraoperative Monitoring.
3 years minimum experience in supervision.
25% travel for coverage, not limited to distance or length of stay
Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances: CPR required based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire
American Board of Registered Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists
Basic Life Support (BLS) OR Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Act 33 with renewal
Act 34 with renewal
Act 73 FBI Clearance with renewal
UPMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veteran
Internal Number: 166982967
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