Community Health Systems DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING - DIRECTOR - FT in Springfield, Oregon


Hourly Base Rate: $47.25 - $59.85

Hours: Day Shift

Hours Per Week: 40 hours/week

Date Posted: 03/22/2018

Job Summary:

Accepts 24 hour responsibility, accountability and authority as manager of Diagnostic Imaging Services. Works with executive staff, physicians and other managers to assess needs and plan, implement and evaluate services. Utilizes knowledge, methods and techniques pertinent to directing, guiding, coordinating and assisting department personnel to fulfill their responsibilities.


Education/Licensing: ARRT certification. Appropriate/pertinent clinical experience required. Additional coursework in management and finance preferred. Current BLS.

Qualifications/Skills : Demonstrated leadership qualities; good communication skills, ability to inspire confidence in others, ability to assess need, plan, implement and evaluate change, commitment to promoting professional growth in others. Critical thinking skills. Strong leadership abilities. Excellent communication skills.

Essential Job Functions : Planning, development, administration and evaluation. Maintain knowledge base of current diagnostic imaging practices. Human resource management: hiring, evaluation, counseling and termination. Scheduling. Staff development, team building. Conflict resolution, peer communications. Public relations. Budgeting, financial analysis. Resource acquisition and allocation. Compliance with state, federal and regulatory agency requirements. Administration of collective bargaining agreements. Time management. Communications skills: verbal, written and electronic. Sound judgment. Development and maintenance of policies and procedures. Coordination and maintenance of equipment and supplies. Must be able to promote safe patient and staff environment. Ability to hold others accountable in safe practices, adhering to state and federal regulations.

Job: Radiology

Organization: McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center

Location: OR-Springfield

Requisition ID: 1815443