Donor Network West’s mission is to save and heal lives through organ and tissue donation. We honor and respect the donors and families we serve with compassionate care, and inspire our communities to donate life. Every employee at DNW is responsible for fostering an organizational culture that is based on collaboration, support, and service. This includes being a proactive team player who strives for excellence by upholding the Donor Network West’s core values of Teamwork, Integrity and Passion.
GENERAL JOB FUNCTION
The Director of Operations is responsible for leading, planning, directing, monitoring and improving the overall performance for assigned DNW service centers to achieve excellence in the delivery of daily operations. The Director of Operations engages staff and cultivates a positive organizational culture based on collaboration, support and service. This person is accountable for operational, financial, quality, and continuous improvement activities across multiple disciplines and service centers, including compliance with multiple regulatory agencies. The Director of Operations accomplishes organization goals by accepting ownership for the actions of Operations and by exploring opportunities to add value to Operations. He/she provides input as needed into organizational policy development and other organizational decisions.
JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES •Oversees the development of assigned DNW service centers and regularly manages improvement projects and is accountable for operational, financial, and continuous improvement activities. •Develops, analyzes, and implements processes and systems to enhance customer service across assigned service centers and takes ownership of and drives needed improvement in all aspects of operations, including productivity, stakeholder satisfaction/experience, provider satisfaction/experience, community efforts. •Responsible for management of the assigned service center’s financial operation budgets, including forecasting contribution margins, utilization projections, and cost controls. •Responsible for compliance with regulatory agencies within the scope of service center operations (AOPO, FDA, UNOS, AATB, EBAA, etc.).Oversees the development and implementation of operations-related policies, procedures, and related forms. •Responsible for proper investigation and CAPA of occurrences relating to the core functions DNW service center operations. •Plans, coordinates and effectively leads assigned service centers to meet patient care, administrative, operational, and support requirements in accordance to regulatory and compliance guidelines and DNW policies.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty. The qualifications listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
•Possesses strong decision-making capabilities and excellent communication skills with an ability to effectively engage with internal and external partners, team members, donation partners, peers, and senior management. •Demonstrate leadership and management skills, strong interpersonal skills, and a demonstrated team commitment. •Knowledgeable in compliance and regulatory requirements for multiple DNW service center facilities at local and federal levels. •Strong knowledge of clinical and business processes. Ability to formulate and carry out operational plans.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE •Bachelor’s degree in management or healthcare related field. Master’s in a healthcare-related field desirable. •Minimum 5 years of prior management experience; clinical/health care setting is preferred. •Prior multi-site operations management experience preferred •Experience in supervision and development of staff is required. •Critical care or crisis response management is desirable.
PHYSICAL DEMAND OF WORK On file in Human Resources.
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Internal Number: 2018-059
About Donor Network West
Our Mission The California Transplant Donor Network's mission is to save and improve lives through organ and tissue donation for transplantation. We concentrate our efforts on the recovery of vital organs such as lungs, heart, liver, kidneys, heart-lung and pancreas from deceased donors and placement of these organs with nearly 100,000 people who are currently waiting for a life-saving organ transplant in our country. The Transplant Network refers potential cornea and tissue donors to eye and tissue banks within its region. The Transplant Network also offers on-going support and resources for donor families. Our Vision Our Vision is to be the premier community resource for organ and tissue donation in our service area. We will provide excellent and compassionate support and service to the public and the health care professionals who serve them in the hope that each person will choose to be a donor. Core Values We will strive to attain our vision by incorporating our core values of appreciation of diversity, integrity, teamwork, excellence, personal accountability, creative initiative, and respect.