Manager (NUC CARD & CARD DIAG LABS)
- Houston, TX
What you'll be doing
- The manager is responsible for functional and operational aspects of the nuclear cardiology and cardiology diagnostic laboratories. Participates in departmental and capital equipment planning, budgeting, and general management efforts for the cardiology & vascular diagnostic services department and stays within budget. Plans and organizes day-to-day operations, schedule, and activities of the nuclear cardiology and cardiology diagnostic laboratories. S/he is responsible for staffing, effective utilization of resources in patient scheduling, supplies, equipment maintenance, customer service and quality improvement. Ensures the nuclear cardiology and cardiology diagnostic laboratories complies with all standards and regulations established by the Texas department of health and federal government. Organizes, oversees and leads hospital research and work efforts as appropriate to insure the best possible delivery of service and high customer/patient satisfaction. Makes and executes decisions within delegated authority. S/he surfaces issues to management for resolution as appropriate. Applicant participates in resolving issues outside delegated scope of authority. Candidate provides the leadership to have a competent and satisfied employee group by doing timely performance appraisals, providing development and mentoring of subordinates and staff. This position develops subordinates to perform these same functions. Hires, coaches, train, disciplines and terminates staff as necessary. The role develops subordinates to perform these same functions. S/he demonstrates the components of the ICARE values statement. Follows all safety rules while on the job. Reports all accidents promptly and corrects minor safety hazards. S/he communicates with peers and management regarding any hazards identified in the workplace. Performs other related work as required.
What your background should be
- The candidate with 5 to 6 years of progressively responsible staff experience in the function, with 1 to 2 years of experience in supervision or as a team leader preferred. Applicant should have at least 3 years of experience in nuclear cardiology. Applicant with certification as a nuclear medicine technologist by the Texas department of health current certification in basic cardiac life support (BCLS) certification by the American registry of radiological technologists preferred. The American society of clinical pathologists and/or the nuclear medicine technology certification board certification as a nuclear cardiology technologist by the nuclear medicine technology certification board certified and/or eligible to take advance cardiac life support and/or computerize tomography boards, is preferred. Infection control certification is required.
Required Schooling / Training
- Bachelor degree relevant to function managed preferred.
Who is the client company
- Concern about hospital and healthcare services.
- If you are interested in this position, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org