Director, Center for Neurosciences, Spine Program and Pain Management, Fairfield, CA
Director, Center for Neurosciences, Spine Program and Pain Management
Opportunity for an administrative professional to make an impact in a highly regarded medical group in Northern California, located between San Francisco and Sacramento and 30 minutes from Napa wine country.
The Ideal Candidate
- Master’s degree
- Minimum of 6 years progressive ambulatory management; minimum of 3 years in Neurosciences
- Highly Competitive Compensation Packages
- Benefits package
This is a highly visible role that has administrative authority to work across the healthcare system to achieve accountabilities in concert with the AVP of Neuroscience Service Line. This position will oversee all neuroscience, spine and pain management delivered within the ambulatory setting.
The Director of the Center of Neurosciences, Spine Program and Pain Management is financially savvy, willing to assume new responsibilities, accept accountability, build positive, collaborative relationships and operate effectively within various environments. This position facilitates system and community wide integration and growth of the service line. The Director works collaboratively with the provider team in a physician/provider-administrator dyad model and is responsible for their team’s participation in care delivered across the entire continuum. This includes leadership of the ambulatory care team within the clinic and inpatient setting. The Director of the Center of Neurosciences, Spine Program and Pain Management develops operational efficiencies within the ambulatory setting while setting strategic vision, goals, and objectives for the service line. This includes business development, growth and quality aligning with the system strategy. This position drives improvement in quality, safety and patient experience, as well as care access. This position fosters positive, collaborative relationships internally, as well as with community physicians, providers, administrators and institutions in support of the Neuroscience, Spine and Pain Management service line strategy.
- Education: Master’s degree required or Bachelors in business administration or health care related program required with eight years of management experience.
- Experience: Minimum of 6 year of progressive ambulatory management with at least 3 year of experience in Neurosciences Service lines.
- Skills: Microsoft Word, Outlook and knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Must possess teaching and leadership ability, with high professional standards. Must be well organized, be able to set priorities, work independently and is an effective team member. Word Processing skills required. Demonstrates effective time management skills. Must demonstrate and maintain current knowledge of pain management and healthcare trends, LEAN and healthcare regulatory and compliance initiatives. Knowledge of Cerner preferred.
- Interpersonal Skills: The NorthBay Way is a set of value-based behaviors that are to be consistently demonstrated and role modeled by all employees that work at NorthBay Healthcare. The NorthBay Way principles consist of Caring, Communication, Collaboration, and Competence.
- Physical Effort: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Moderate physical activity including frequent ambulation and prolonged standing. Requires frequent use of telephone, writing and computer keyboarding, six hours or more each day.
- Other: Strong knowledge of regulatory and compliances processes required (Joint Commission, OSHA) Bilingual preferred.