Supervisor, Maternal Fetal Medicine
Requisition #: 212825
Location: Howard County General Hospital, Columbia, MD 21044
Work Shift: Day Shift
Work Week: Full Time (40 hours)
Weekend Work Required: No
Date Posted: Jan. 21, 2020
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Under the direct supervision of the Women’s Health Service Line Administrator, the Supervisor of Maternal Fetal Medicine is responsible for:
- Staff Supervision – supervision of MFM administrative staff.
- Facilities issues -- coordination with environmental services, maintenance, I.T., etc.
- Regulatory issues – coordination to ensure requirements are met.
- Policies and Procedures -- ensuring that all necessary policies and procedures are in place in MFM.
- Scheduling -- establishing and implementing guidelines for patient scheduling.
- Workflow -- developing and implementing processes, & coordinating day-to-day clinical operations.
- Equipment – ensuring appropriate service and maintenance occurs.
- Materials Management – selecting supplies, monitoring usage, ensuring appropriate storage, etc.
- Financial management – monitoring variances, and reporting to Finance.
40 Hours Per Week
8:00am - 4:00pm
Weekend Work Not Required
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