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We are searching for an Assistant Director of Radiology -- someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you will provide administrative direction, effective leadership, and advanced technological guidance for the hospital Radiology Services by ensuring that the staff have the resources, training, and leadership to provide the finest possible pediatric health care services and education in a competent and cost-effective manner.
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• Advises and provides direction and leadership, and makes available advanced technological instruction for the technical sections of Radiology on an ongoing basis
• Ensures adequate and safe staffing levels, state of the art equipment, and supply procurement in a cost-effective manner consistent with Radiology’s goals and practices by consulting with Supervisor and monitoring and controlling appropriate resources as needed
• Assists in performance improvement efforts for Radiology by collaborating with the medical staff and working with Managers and Technical staff to identify opportunities to advance the quality of services for patients, families, physicians, and customers when change is identified
• Audits and participates in the development, improvement, and maintenance of methods to facilitate the departmental financial accounting process and reporting mechanism to the administrative and medical directors
• Facilitates and provides resources to encourage continuous education opportunities and promote staff career satisfaction by appraising and coordinating the staff development process which facilitates employee success in job specific endeavors on a continual basis
• Ensures appropriate reimbursement for examinations performed by coordinating and participating in the maintenance of charge codes associated with the diagnostic services
• Being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 is required for all employees unless approved for a medical or religious exemption
• Bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration, finance, business, or relevant field required
• Master’s degree in healthcare or management related fields preferred
• Completion of an accredited two-year training program from a school of Radiologic Technology, Ultrasonography, or Nuclear Medicine preferred
• Radiology certification from the Radiology Administrator Certification Commission preferred
• ARRT certification from the American Registry of Radiologic Technology preferred
• CMRT certification from the Texas Department of Health/Bureau of Radiation Control preferred
• CNMT certification from the Texas Medical Board preferred
• 6 years’ experience in Radiology required
• 2 years formal leadership/supervisory experience required
• Experience in an academic environment and Radiology preferred
• Experience in project management, business planning and quality improvement preferred
• Master’s degree will substitute for two years of supervisory experience