Operations Manager- Distict II
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POST DATE 9/10/2016
END DATE 10/28/2016
Universal Hospital Services
Mount Laurel, NJ
JOB DESCRIPTIONAPPLY ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A NEW JOB THAT ALLOWS YOU TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN OTHERS\' LIVES AND TO WORK IN THE STABLE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY?
The District Operations Manager is responsible for managing the daily operations of a district office, which includes managing the customer and technical service personnel to achieve short and mid-term financial and operating objectives. The District Operations Manager is responsible for establishing the strategic direction of the district team, ensuring that the delivery of equipment and services exceeds customer expectations, and for managing performance to achieve revenue growth and budget expectations
CREATE ALIGNMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY
Establishes clear goals that align a unit s efforts with the organization s goals; ensures synergies between people, processes, and strategies to drive flawless execution of business objectives.
* Delegate decision-making authority and talk responsibilities to ensure flawless execution of business strategies.
* Establish performance objectives, track performance, and evaluate progress toward unit and organizational goals.
* Build a cohesive work group by clarifying accountabilities, involving the group in decisions, and providing resources to execute business strategies.
Creates a work environment in which employees become compelled to commit to their organization and its bottom line and feel pride and job ownership.
* Build employee trust and engagement by being honest and consistent, keeping commitments, exchanging ideas openly, and providing support.
* Delegate decision-making authority and task responsibility to employees to maximize their job ownership and commitment to outcomes.
* Provide timely guidance and feedback to help others excel so they become more committed to their jobs and the organization.
CREATE A CUSTOMER SERVICE CULTURE
Leads the implementation of new processes, activities and culture that enhances the customer experience; ensures that associates live a customer focused culture day to day.
* Make customer satisfaction the primary focus when implementing new processes, activities and culture.
* Encourage the implementation and acceptance of new, customer focused processes, activities and culture.
* Set high standards and accountability for customer satisfaction.
Gets results personally and from work groups; sets performance expectations and holds people accountable for getting results.
* Provide timely guidance and feedback to help others excel
* Establish performance objectives and development plans, track performance, and evaluate progress toward goals.
* Work tenaciously toward stretch goals for personal and group performance.
FINANCE, PRODUCT & INDUSTRY KNOWLEDGE
Understands and can appropriately apply knowledge of UHS product and service offerings.
* Demonstrates in-depth knowledge of UHS product and service offerings.
* Demonstrates financial acumen and a robust understanding of financial analysis and communication.
* Use insight into market drivers to capitalize on key business opportunities that will create business opportunities
* Demonstrates knowledge of the healthcare industry, including an understanding of hospital operations, alternate care providers, and medical equipment manufacturers.
* Recognizes professional trends and business situations that present opportunities for UHS.
Emphasis on constantly improving processes, products, and services and exploring innovative ways to do the job. Willingness to consider change and to adapt.
* Encouraging exploration of process, product, or service improvement.
* Examining creative and diverse solutions to work issues.
* Maintaining an open, flexible environment, being receptive to change.
Encouragement of an environment in which individuals have a sense of ownership and influence over their work.
* Giving task responsibility to individuals.
* Allowing individuals to make decision about their work.
* Provides leadership, planning and direction to ensure business objectives and financial goals are achieved.
* Proactively supports customer on-site service.
* Holds self and team accountable for timely completion of assignments and achieving expected results.
* Understands and uses effective conflict resolution skills, e.g., identifies and resolves customer and staff concerns, discrepancies and disagreements
* Oversee equipment management practices.
* Promotes communication among team members to create visibility for internal staff and customers.
* Makes sound and timely decisions.
* Demonstrates in-depth knowledge of medical equipment.
* Manages equipment inventory and par levels consistent with contract terms, pricing and policies.
* Manages missing and lost equipment, software upgrades and accessories.
* Uses available resources to ensure teams operate efficiently, and handles geographic routing and prioritization to service customers.
* Gain knowledge to be proficient in UHS systems.
* Completes and maintains DOT certification, according to location-specific needs.
* Oversees staffing levels and on call schedules based on demand.
* Recruits, trains and develops employees. Provides cross- and lateral training, emphasizing continuous improvement and teamwork, and providing on-going feedback with focused action steps for areas of improvement.
* Understands UHS billing for account invoices and assists with account receivables collections
* Leads and supports continuous improvement initiatives.
* Demonstrates the leadership to inspire others by modeling a positive commitment to the business, peers, other departments, direct reports, and clients.
* Ensure timeliness of district wide performance appraisals.
* Performs other assigned duties.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS
* Ability to perform in a fast paced environment.
* Ability to maintain communication with other departments within organization.
* Complies with patient privacy laws in all matters.
* Operates with a proactive approach towards safety, health and quality in compliance with all company, governmental and customer policies and regulations.
* Willingness to strive for constant improvement of department efficiencies as well as utilization of financial systems.
* Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
* Time management and organizational skills.
EDUCATIONAL CREDENTIALS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
* 3 years management experience.
* Prefer healthcare, hospital industry, medical equipment, sales and services.
* Bachelor s degree preferred or equivalent work experience.
* Healthcare experience preferred.
* Business and financial management expertise to assist with contract management and account margin maintenance.
* Profit and Loss (P&L) statement and budget management experience.
* Demonstrated computer literacy
* Willingness to work flexible hours, including evenings, weekends and holidays, as well as emergency off-hours as required.
* Travel up to 50 -75%
* Valid driver s license.
The numbers tell it all. UHS has been in business since 1939; it operates through 85 districts and serves customers in all 50 states.
Our motto? Quality. Value. Service. All of us. All the time. Now, find out what that means to you. Compensation includes base wage, 401(k). Full time opportunities offer health/dental and tuition reimbursement. Excellent career pathing opportunities as well. Learn more. Apply online today!
We are proud to be an EEO/AA Employer/Vet/Disabled. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment background and drug testing.
PRIMARY JOB LOCATION:
Philadelphia - District site
ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS (IF APPLICABLE):
Operations Manager - District II