Achieve financial objectives through the preparation, examination and justification of departmental budget; by monitoring expenditures and initiating corrective actions. Actively seek new business opportunities which grow department revenue. Attend 80% of director meetings and actively communicate with other directors. Demonstrate knowledge of and proficiency with the operation and maintenance of perfusion equipment. Demonstrate the application of clinical perfusion skills by adhering to departmental and professional standards. Encourage research and formal presentations within the department. Participate with the submission of one scientific abstract per year. Ensure a qualified and competent perfusion staff by selecting, coaching, scheduling, motivating and assisting in the development of employees of the Department of Perfusion Services. Ensure adequate staff coverage for elective and emergency procedures by preparing the daily and call schedule. Ensure appropriate equipment inventory and maintenance. Assist with the transport of equipment and evaluation of new equipment or process. Ensure compliance of all personnel with annual and new mandatory requirements within identified timeframe. Ensure operational responsibilities are met, appropriate inventory levels maintained, minimize waste, and provide monthly reports to senior management to include budget variances, revenue generation, and charge auditing. Ensure patient safety and quality of care by developing, implementing, and monitoring policies and procedures; by adherence to organizational, departmental and outside regulatory requirements; and by monitoring operational and clinical outcomesfull details will be shared by HR. Maintain proficiency with various perfusion techniques to include hemodilution, hemofiltration, induction and reversal of hypothermia and hyperthermia, perioperative blood management, myocardial preservation, circulatory support techniques such as ECMO and VAD, liver bypass, and chemoperfusion for HIPEC, Isolated Liver Perfusion, and Isolated limb perfusion. Support Procirca contractual obligations by contributing to the successful execution of services. The director will participate on the call schedule. Support Procirca process of staff sharing where demand is greatest. Qualifications Bachelor of Science degree. Minimum five years of clinical experience demonstrating advanced knowledge and proficiency in perfusion procedures.
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