Job description

Requirements

  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • New York City

Description

Empower Every New Yorker
- Without Exception
- to Live the Healthiest Life Possible Come join the largest public hospital system in the nation! Every day, we work together to make an extraordinary difference in the health and well-being of each individual we serve
- without exception.
Join our team and help us create a positive human experience.
Purpose of Position: Under direction, serves as a principal assistant to the Executive Director of a health care facility and exercises wide latitude in the use of independent judgment and initiative in the administrative direction and coordination of major activities or functions of a health care facility.
Examples of Typical Tasks: 1.
Implements directives of the Executive Director or designee, reviews and evaluates existing programs, makes recommendations for improvement, modification and provision of general administrative and support services.
2.
Audits existing programs and hospital operations and applies approved criteria for evaluating hospital programs and operational activities.
3.
Participates in the preparation of expense and capital budgets covering all categories for short and long-range planning and operations.
4.
Reviews and recommends to Executive Director proposals for construction and alterations of facilities and for acquisition and replacement of equipment.
5.
Provides supportive assistance in preparation of policies and procedures for the medical care center and provides guidance and council to department heads on development of local hospital programs.
6.
Meets with Department Heads to coordinate activities and represents Executive Director in liaison with staff and Corporate employees.
7.
Reviews preparation of periodic reports and directs special studies, reports activities and makes recommendations for implementation.
8.
Recommends changes in patient care standards to meet requirement prescribed by accrediting agencies.
9.
Assembles documentation and recommends changes in fee schedules and charges for patient care, room and board.
Minimum Qualifications: 1.
A Master's Degree with a specialization in Hospital Administration, Health Care Administration, Administrative Medicine or in Public Health when conferred for a program in Hospital Administration from an accredited college or university; and, 2.
Six years of high-level responsible experience in Hospital Administration, Business Administration, Public Administration or an equivalent field, or as an Assistant to a Hospital Administrator in a position of direct responsibility for operations of a major part or all of a hospital, including substantial exposure in meeting community health needs; or, 3.
An equivalent combination of training, education and experience in related fields and educational disciplines; and, 4.
Thorough knowledge of the fundamentals of hospital organization, administration and standards, regulations and laws applicable to hospital operations, knowledge of business and human resources administration principles, management functions, management processes and functions of hospital departments, and ability to direct and supervise personnel.

  • business administration
  • education
  • human resources