University of Rochester Supvr Clinical Supt, Lab Med - 217815 in Rochester, New York
Supvr Clinical Supt, Lab Med
Strong Memorial Hospital
Full Time 40 hours Grade 053 Surgical Pathology SMH
The Laboratory Clinical Clerical Support Supervisor, under the direction of the Chief Supervisor, oversees the daily operations of the department of the surgical pathology clinical clerical support teams. The Supervisor will provide functional expertise related to the clinical support and consult teams and is mainly responsible for the performance of the sections ability to maintain process flow and meet established tum around times.
Translates hospital and laboratory policies into effective section procedures. Communicates policies effectively.
Coordinates and consults with other section supervisors to insure integration and synchronization of various laboratory operations. Supports strategic initiatives.
Together with Chief Supervisor or section manager, develops goals and objectives for section that are in alignment with departmental goals.
Participates in laboratory and section management meetings and conducts or participates in regular staff meetings; follow up on issues and responds to inquiries in a timely fashion.
Maintains department in readiness by reviewing, interpreting and monitoring pertinent regulations/standards. Interacts with regulatory agencies as needed.
Encourages open expression of ideas and suggestions
Models leadership skills of professionalism, positive attitude, teambuilding, good judgment and respect.
Accepts accountability for section's overall performance
Operational Management/Technical Performance
Supervises activities of personnel to efficiently handle daily workload and is accountable for technical and professional performance of section employees.
Provides daily operational direction and technical guidance to staff through work assignments
Demonstrates thorough understanding of the daily operations of the section, and gives timely follow up to issues and questions
Makes suggestions for improved work methods and ways to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and solve operational problems
Prepares daily assignment schedules in advance to assure proper coverage
Prepares new SOP's (standard operating procedures) and reviews current procedures on a yearly basis to ensure accuracy
Communicates to staff and participates in the roll out of new procedures and/or evaluates new processing methods to offer a high level of performance for the pre and post analytical components of surgical pathology specimen workflow.
Assesses competency of personnel to meet NYSDOH and College of American Pathologists regulations
Participates in Quality Assurance monitors
Communicates and enforces department policies and procedures. Ensures continual compliance with all regulatory requirements and agencies and insures ongoing compliance and adequate documentation with safety, infection control and housekeeping policies.
Acts as a consultant on technical matters to faculty and staff, including physicians. Works effectively to resolve any issues.
Follows specimen tum-around-time closely and holds staff accountable for accurate and timely completion of assigned activities. Reports findings and works with supervisor team to maintain and improve processing times.
Proactively seeks information to improve work processes; researches and implements solutions to problems in a timely manner
Reviews Quality Assurance reports and works with Supervisor team to maintain a high level of quality service
Participates in regularly scheduled Quality Assurance meetings; and participates in process improvement initiatives
Investigates and completes Incident Reports and Laboratory Error reports in a timely manner. Follows up with staff, training and QC Coordinator to address common laboratory errors.
Participates in Quality Assurance monitors to review department accuracy for ongoing client support
Understands and demonstrates the hospital vision and expectations of service excellence
Fosters and environment of teamwork and doing it right the first time
Accountable for technical and professional performance of all section employees
Appropriately following Human Resource policies, recommends actions as to hiring, transfer, promotion, disciplinary action, and termination. Participates in candidate interview process.
Accountable for laboratory staffing including adequacy and equity of scheduling and training
Assesses training of personnel on clinical clerical functions including handling and processing of clinical specimens, slides, reports, supplies and the like.
Oversees performance evaluation process; insures fair and accurate evaluation following laboratory standards of performance. Provides counseling and constructive feedback for employee development
Sets and models standards of behavior creating an atmosphere of teamwork and respect
Responsible for verification and authorization of shift specific payroll using the hospital payroll system
Monitors hours and overtime utilization
Identifies and implements opportunities for reducing expenses and improving the efficiency of the process
Understand financial impact of operational decisions
Master's degree in Medical Technology, Chemistry, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Serology, or equivalent sub-specialty certification; and 4 years of clinical laboratory experience; or Bachelor's degree in any of the above disciplines with 6 years experience in clinical laboratory science; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Two years of post high school education, which include technical training closely related to this position; or a combination of formal training and experience equivalent to the above.
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
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