Day / Night Rotating Shift
The Operations Administrator provides on-site operational leadership on a 24-hour basis (including weekends and holidays). This position will have the authority to act on behalf of hospital leadership. The Operations Administrator must act independently to provide crisis management, interpret policy, make timely decisions that directly impact patient care, ensure timely and effective communication and collaboration among departments, and provide operational oversight throughout the Hospital. This position is the administrative liaison to patients, families, health system employees and external customers.
1. Demonstrate judgment and self-sufficiency in effective problem solving while serving as the administrative and operational resource for the hospital.- Intervene in situations involving patients, visitors, hospital staff and other external customers.- Coordinate operations and personnel activities to meet CSU/Departmental, Hospital and Health System objectives related to the provision of services within designated areas.- Maintain interface with departmental personnel to ensure there is adequate space and facilities for patient care and coordination of facilities.- Oversee patient care flow while redirecting and allocating resources.-Determine necessary space, equipment, supplies and support systems to ensure effective functioning of unit/department.- Investigate patient/visitor concerns and implements appropriate courses of action.- Take corrective action in situations requiring immediate intervention,including interpretation and administration of hospital policy and work rules.- Intervene and problem solves for inter-/intra-departmental issues.Facilitate interdepartmental communication, negotiation and decision-making.- Obtain adequate facts and evaluates data to identify and intervene in actual and/or potential safety and risk management issues.- Communicate pertinent information (verbal and/or electronic) in a timely manner to hospital administration and department leadership.- Document pertinent information, actions and decisions and communication appropriate leadership.- Communicate issues identified by front line staff to appropriate administrative team related to new administrative or department a initiatives.
2. Support clinical, operational and facility services throughout the entire Hospital on a 24-hour basis.- Collaborate with clinical and support staff to foster delivery of quality care- Coordinate triage activities, as needed, through communication with the Emergency Department, Bed Control and Chief Medical Officer- Assist staff in identifying clinical experts for specific patient population concerns.- Attend Code Five events and participates as needed; provide feed back for staff and completes QA report.- Assist Patient Access Services in coordinating patient placement.- Maintain visibility with hospital staff through rounds.- Assist in evaluating and reassigning staff during crisis situations.- Serve as Notary Public for assistance with advance directives(healthcare power of attorney and living will).- Participate in JCAHO activities.- Coach staff in problem solving, effective communication strategies,conflict resolution and career path opportunities.3. Provide on-site management/leadership of crisis situations to prevent or minimize disruption of services.- Optimize resources to maintain facility operations.- Monitor emergency action procedures and coordinate activities related to patient/staff evacuation as needed.- Function as on-site coordinator for internal/external disasters or other major events.- Assist with the initiation of the severe weather policy in conjunction with the leadership team- Authorize financial assistance up to $100.00 for patient satisfiers and operational situations.- Determine when AOC is notified for second level intervention. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
Knowledge Skills and Abilities
Requisition Number: 401512544
Duke Entity: DUKE RALEIGH HOSPITAL
Job Code: 5488 OPERATIONS ADMINISTRATOR
Job Family Level: G3
Full Time / Part Time: PART TIME
Regular / Temporary: Regular
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Essential Physical Job Functions:
Certain jobs at Duke University and Duke University Health System may include essential job functions that require specific physical and/or mental abilities. Additional information and provision for requests for reasonable accommodation will be provided by each hiring department.
Bachelor's degree in Nursing (BSN) is required. Master's degree is strongly preferred.
Work requires a minimum of five years of relevant experience of which two of the years must be clinical.
Degrees, Licensures, Certifications
Current or compact RN licensure in the state of North Carolina required.BLS required.
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