The 2 nd shift General Radiology Supervisor coordinates general x-ray department functions including general department operation and service to key areas including ED, OR, DCH, All Inpatient Units and Ambulatory clinics (CHH) specifically over 2 nd shift and 3 rd shift.
This position includes, but is not limited to the following direct and indirect responsibilities:
Serve as primary point person and leader over 2 nd shift, supervising off shift operations in Radiology, CT, US, MRI services on Hill (OHS, S-OR, DCH, HRC, ED, ICU and all units) and CHH (Ambulatory clinic support)
Provide direct daily supervision of approximately 22 General Radiology Technologists representing approximately 22 FTE\u2019s. In addition, indirectly supervise up to 10 FTE\u2019s for all imaging modality technologists working second and 3 rd shift.
Supervisor responsibilities include point person and floor supervision related to all off shift Imaging operations, preparation of staff schedules, performance of employee evaluation/GROW, staff development, leading staff meetings, department communication, engagement and coaching/counseling with HR support..
Provide off-shift oversight and participate in the daily operation and planning of the following equipment:
17 C-arms, 11 General X-ray rooms, 5 RF Rooms and 9 digital portable units.
Continuously supervise 2 nd shift general x-ray department functions and workflow. Provide workflow analysis and changes as needed or required to meet service expectations, improved safety for patients and staff. Learn and apply OPEx and lean six sigma quality management principles in supervising changes within department.
Assist is development of 2 nd shift working lead technologists who assist in the daily operation and work in South Hospital, ED, Ambulatory Clinics (CHH, & DCH), All Perioperative Service locations (South, North and DCH)
Staff and work within budget and productivity metrics. Provide detail of 2 nd shift performance results and needs. Responsible for performance improvement, patient experience and all regulatory requirements for general x-ray and fluoroscopy.
Participate in department planning and operation meetings. Serve as liaison and consultant for al departments services by Imaging over 2 nd shift (ED, ICU, CHH,OR, etc.).
Maintains expert knowledge of department procedures in order to provide assistance throughout the patient care continuum. Provides strong partnership support with all department faculty, resident, RN, technologists and support staff.
Performs general x-ray duties as required.
Daily Department Operations Supervision - Includes, but is not limited to:
2nd shift Staff scheduling, workflow oversight and enhancement, rounding, and meeting participation.
Lead the team by example with professionalism in communication skills, personal appearance, and conduct that exudes confidence and respect for staff and all team members/colleagues.
Develop, review/revise department specific policies, procedures, and goals.
Ensure compliance with State, Federal and all related regulatory requirements. Including but not limited to DNV, ACR, ARRT and OBMI.
Conduct regular staff meetings and participate in department level senior management team meetings and related functions.
Accountable for leadsership and support of hospital and department mission, vision and values.
Coordinating coverage for vacations, appointments, and any other outages during on duty and off duty hours;
Ensure compliance with hospital and university regulatory and safety requirements
Ensure compliance with staff credentials including licensure, registration and mandatory education.
Foster the OHSU Lean principles of OPEX with participation of daily department and appropriate inter-department huddles to ensure continuous improvement of daily work
Develop new standard operating procedures and department specific policy and procedures.
Perform and participate in department supply ordering and equipment inventory.
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