Director of Operations for GI West

Location
Portland, Oregon (US)
Salary
Competitive salary + Benefits
Posted
Jun 28, 2024
Closes
Jul 29, 2024
Role Type
Operations
Position Type
Director
Hours
Full Time
Practice Setting
Private Practice
Work Mode
On-site
Organization Type
Private Practice

Job Details

Love what you do!

We are hiring an experienced healthcare leader to work with one of our specialty groups, a large GI practice in SW Portland.

The Director of Operations is responsible for operational effectiveness, customer service, quality assurance, strategic planning & implementation, financial management and leadership of the clinic/department management teams. The Director works with physician leadership, the COO, and a highly experienced management team to support clinic initiatives. 

The Director of Operations acts as a clinic liaison to the central director team, has dual reporting to the Managing Partners and COO, and works with others on TOC-wide initiatives, as well as, coordinates with outside hospital administrations. The ideal candidate will have exceptional leadership, communication, business development, teamwork, strategic planning, fiscal management, and project management skills. Candidates are expected to create value for areas of responsibility, leading to improved operational efficiencies, strategic thinking, coordinated growth, and deliberate consensus building with other specialty groups across the organization.

Pay range, based on experience: $165,000 - $198,500 per year, plus bonus paid annually based on completion of annual goals and strategic initiatives.

Medical, Vision, and Rx Insurance is 100% paid for by The Oregon Clinic for full-time employees.

Qualifications:

  1. 7+ years of director level medical group practice management experience strongly preferred. 5+ years progressively responsible healthcare leadership roles required.
  2. Specialty medicine experience required.
  3. ASC experience required.
  4. Prior experience managing medical office buildings and/or large tenant improvement projects also preferred as DOO will act as owner’s representative interfacing with banks, finance and legal partners, contractors, etc.
  5. Bachelor’s degree in business, health care administration or related field is required.
  6. Master’s degree is strongly preferred.
  7. Ability to demonstrate outstanding collaboration, flexibility, and teamwork.
  8. Excellent office, project management and health care software skills.
  9. Excellent management and leadership skills.
  10. Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  11. Strong financial management: including ability to interpret, communicate and recommend improvement strategies around all aspects of clinic finances.  Experience with Epic Community Connect is preferred.
  12. Ability to create and maintain strong relationships with physicians, staff, central support, hospital administration, and other key players.
  13. Commitment to quality patient care

Additional Benefits:

  • Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) + 8 paid holidays
  • Generous 401(k) retirement plan
  • Flexible Spending Account 
  • Robust Wellness Programs
  • Pet Insurance
  • 70% of Tri-Met pass covered
  • Lots of discounts to local stores and activities

This description is intended to provide only basic guidelines for meeting job requirements. Responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities and working conditions may change as needs evolve.

Our Commitments:

  • Diversity, Equity, & InclusionWe are more than an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome and embrace differences and a diversity of backgrounds. We show respect for all people through our words and actions.
  • Oregon Benefit Company: As an Oregon Benefit Company we consider our impact on society and the environment in our business decision-making process.
  • A safe workplaceWe are an alcohol and drug-free workplace for the safety of our patients and employees. Offers are contingent on successful completion of drug and background screenings.

 

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