Assistant Healthcare Administrator

Summary

Supervises and evaluates the performance of nursing and clerical staff. Evaluates and provides comprehensive nursing care in a correctional setting while observing and maintaining the requirements of security.

Requirements:

· Two (2) years of work experience in healthcare administration or healthcare management in a supervisory capacity, including experience managing clinical staff and clinical operations.

· Strong verbal and writing skills. Must be able to disseminate verbal instructions or training clearly and in a manner that is understood by the intended audience. Must be able to write memorandums and reports in a clear, concise, and accurate manner.

· Ability to work with computers and the necessary software.

· Experience in healthcare planning, budgeting, and meeting contractual obligations.

Preferred :

· Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare Administration or a Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree in Nursing.

· Work experience in a correctional or detention setting in an administrative or supervisory capacity.

· Experience working in an outpatient setting.



Job Requirements:

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

·         Maintains a good working relationship with correctional personnel, nursing staff, contract providers, and outside provider agencies.

·         Utilizes established corporate and correctional policies and procedures in making decisions.

·         Responsible for staff scheduling and supervision including:

Ø  Assisting management in recruiting, orienting, supervising and evaluating the performance of nursing and clerical staff.

Ø  Directs the work of other nursing and clerical staff. This includes the selection, hiring, evaluating job performance, employee training/development, promoting and any disciplinary action, including termination

Ø  Staff Scheduling:

¾       Ensures adequate coverage on all shifts.

¾       Fills in as needed during periods of short staffing

¾       Monitors call-ins and use of overtime.

Ø  Monitors staff compliance with facility policies and unit directives by counseling employees who violate policies established by the company or the facility, after consultation with management.

Ø  Ensures the proper flow of relevant information (policies, procedures, in-service, problems, etc.) to supervisor and supervised personnel.

Ø  Monitors and ensures strict staff compliance with all applicable pharmacy laws.

Ø  Organizes monthly in-service education. Ensures that staff receives in-service as required.

Ø  Arranges for staff participation in off-facility workshops for CEUs and current nursing practice.

Ø  Maintains current licensure on all staff requiring such licensure.

Ø  Organizes daily activities and ensures adequate staffing for these activities.

Ø  Maintains shift assignments.

   Reports any staff problems to management on a regular basis

Posted
09/15/2021
Type
Full time
Location
Oro Grande, CA 92368, US