Division Director OR Supply Chain

  • HCA
  • Kaysville, UT 84037, USA
  • Dec 22, 2017

Job Description

Job Code: 08754-14607


No Weekends

G E NERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES - Responsible for Supply Chain OR services at all facilities within the division. Individual is responsible for implementing the standard Supply Chain OR operations model to optimize and enhance operating results across the division. Responsible for developing, evaluating, and implementing clinical initiatives that impact supplies, inventory control, case cart process, equipment, instruments, utilized throughout our facilities. Works closely with OR personnel and surgeons to insure proper instrumentation is available. Reviews operational metrics and helps facilities develop action plans to achieve metric goals and operational efficiencies and reports results routinely to leadership. Accountable for understanding and assuring that the facilities meet the industry quality and safety standards i.e. (TJC, AORN, OSHA etc.)

SUPERVISOR - CEO/SCO of Supply Chain Services

SUPERVISES - Dotted line supervision of ORMM ( directly reports to SCD)

K E Y INTERACTIONS: Hospital CFOs, CNOs, COOs, Division Clinical Resource Director, Facility SCDs, Facility SC ORMMs, SC ORICC, Facility Clinical Resource Managers, Facility OR Directors, , Physicians, Surgeons, and Clinical OR Staff, Supply Chain CorporateOR leadership.

  • I m p lements and oversees the standardized Supply Chain OR operations services program for division/facilities
  • P ro v ides guidance to division/facilities regarding AAMI ( T h e Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation) , FDA, AORN (Association of Operating Room Nurses) and TJC standards through evaluation and development of action plans
  • Develops annual Supply OR operations strategic business plan in conjunction with Supply Chain OR operations to identify areas of opportunity and implement appropriate use/development of protocols and guidelines for division/facilities
  • P r epares the Supply Chain division/facility budget for capital,personnel, revenue, and expenses on an annual basis.
  • Analyzes and monitors facilities expense trends to identify areas of cost saving opportunities for the OR and CS departments working with the facility CRM and SPD manager
  • C oord inates the Supply Chain OR operations of division/facility personnel with an emphasis on education of, product standardization, equipment, and instrument standardization and utilization
  • Ensures that division/facility OR Supply Chain operations department meets their key performance indicators and market goals
  • Maintains effective communication with facility directors/leadership teams on Supply Chain initiatives and division/facility business plan results
  • Assists in the development of "best practice" recommendations for Supply Chain OR operations and procedures through quality control assessments and action plans
  • Assists in the preparation and implementation of division/facility policies and procedures as needed
  • Serve as a liaison and project manager for implementation of new Supply Chain Operations projects within the division
  • Assists in the preparation and implementation of Supply Chain OR operations staff competencies related to Supply
  • Ch ain OR operations and/or department activities
  • I s authorized to transport and deliver legend drugs, non-prescription drugs, contrast media and drug containing devices relative to core competencies of the position
  • P r actice and adhere to the "Code of Conduct" philosophy, Mission, and Value Statement
  • Other duties as assigned

Healthcare Operations - Has thorough knowledge of OR Operations, and Case Cart operations.
Able to interpret i n addition, provide guidance on federal, state,local regulatory and accrediting bodies' standards.
Knowledge: Requires broad and specific knowledge of hospital OR operations and practices.
Financial Management - Applies tools and processes to successfully manage Supply Chain OR operations market goals and budget.

Project Management - Able to assess work activities and allocate resources appropriately. Able to work independently and in a teamenvironment. Organization: Proactively prioritizeneeds and effectively manage resources.
C o mm u n ication - Ability to communicate (verbal and written) clearly and effectively to leadership and hospital clinicians. Fosters team environment by providing clinical education, support, and resources to division/facility team members.
Leadership - Guides individuals and groups toward desired outcome setting high performance standards, and d elivery q u ality services. Able to act as a change management agent with implementations of "best practices".
Customer Orientation - Establishes and maintains long-term customer service relationships, building trust and respect by consistently meeting and exceeding expectations. Able to with a diverse workforce and cross-functional teams.
Policies and Procedures - Articulates knowledge and understanding of organizational policies, procedures, and systems.
Interpersonal Skills -- Possesses developed interpersonal skills to work in a high profile and fast paced team environment
PC Skills - Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications and other required division/facility based operating systems. Meditech, BOBJ, SMART and Streetwise experience preferred.

B achelor's Degree in Nursing required.
Master's Degree in Nursing and/or Healthcare Administration preferred

5 - 1 0 years of Healthcare management experience with an emphasis in the Operating Room. Minimum 5 years in the Operating Room environment and infection control procedures.

State RN License required
C NOR (Certified Nurse in Operating Room) preferred

Some required

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING CONDITIONS - Lifting and carrying up to 25 lbs. On a frequent basis; pushing and pulling of up to 50 lbs. on occasion; required eye/hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate clinical equipment, keyboard, photocopier, telephone, calculator and other office equipment; requires some bending, stooping and stretching; requires normal range of hearing and eye sight to record, prepare and communicate appropriate reports; exposure to toxic, caustic chemicals and detergent; exposure to dust, fumes and helicopters; repetitive arm/hand movements; acuity both far and near. Office environment with routine travel within the Division. Occasional evening or weekend work. Staff must remain flexible and available to provide staffing assistance for any/all disaster or emergency situations.

Last Edited: 12/20/2017