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Internal Number: 2114549
DEPARTMENT SPECIFIC JOB SUMMARY:
The LifeFlight Manager of Event Medicine leads, develops, coordinates, monitors, and evaluates the operations the Event Medicine Division. The manager should be an experienced business development professional as well as an experienced EMS operational leader, capable of teaching, mentoring, supervising, guiding, team members. The manager will always be responsible for fostering a safety-First professional environment, along with an extreme focus on best-in-class patient care and service delivery. The manager will collaborate synergistically with executive leadership and each division of the overall LifeFlight program, and all VUMC departments, facilities, and key stakeholders. This position is exempt and reports to the LifeFlight Ground Transport Director.
Each Event Medicine Manager is responsible for all aspects of client development and support to operational execution, to include client lead generation, quote development, establishing contracts, event execution, client follow-up, billing, and collections. The goal of each event manager is to foster, develop and maintain high quality long-term mutually beneficial relationships that ultimately provide best-in-class service excellence and patient care reflective of VUMC's expectations.
The Event Medicine Manager is the client's key day-to-day contact, managing relationships and serving as a guide to set the performance expectations of LifeFlight Event Medicine. You make sure that your colleagues know what is going on and are delivering effectively. You are beginning to think about future opportunities as well as today's work.
The Event Medicine Manager is responsible for ensuring all aspects of the business are fulfilled to include planning, budgeting, expense control, client management, scheduling of personnel, verifying payroll, coordinating logistics and field operations, as well as recruitment, development, and retention of staff.
Each Event Medicine Managers will provide backup and assistance to each other and will provide coverage during scheduled and unscheduled time off.
Fulltime (Exempt): Monday-Friday 40 hours per work week (variable)
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Develop work goals for the unit/area consistent with institutional and departmental goals and policy
Plan to achieve goals or establish priorities
Initiate changes or develop new policies, procedures and/or methods
Help unit to understand, share, and support the vision
Ensure the most effective operation of the unit/area through program development, process improvement and coordination of processes across functions
Monitor and coordinate programs and actions
Supervise a unit/area with responsibility for planning, coordinating, and controlling the work and procedures
Coordinate the activities of one or more functions to effect unity of operation
Adjust work schedules or project priorities to meet emergencies or changing condition.
Provide information to others (oral or written) to explain/clarify problems or issues or requests; meet with other professional/technical personnel to determine causes of a specific problem.
Participate in periodic management meetings to keep top management informed of problems and concerns
Define and achieve financial targets for the unit/area, consistent with the departmental financial plan
Plan, communicate, budget, calendar, and process
Aid in the implementation, interpretation and presentation of annual wage and salary plan to staff
Supply precise information by center and account line regarding anticipated expenses for budget preparation including, but not limited to, detailed salary and fringe benefit information for faculty, staff, and students (as applicable), estimated endowment revenue for all scholarship centers and provide guidance for estimated unrestricted scholarship need
Frequently prepare ad hoc financial and budget reports
Prepare for and attend monthly financial statement meetings along with director/ administrator. Closely monitor revenues and expenditures for all salary expenditures in all centers for the entire unit/area/department
Report findings that occur as part of the analysis process and incidental discoveries to the director/administrator
Exercise judgment and prepare supporting or correcting documentation as deemed appropriate
Exceed defined service standards for the unit/area
Ensure that the service standards established for the unit/area are met or exceeded
Monitor performance against service standards
Use patient/customer satisfaction data to improve systems, processes, and outcomes
Ensure a safe, satisfying, and enriching environment for employees and provides a qualified, competent staff
Provide qualified competent staff by tracking projected staffing needs against qualification and competencies of current staff to identify any deficiencies to improve staffing levels.
Define the qualifications and performance expectations for all staff positions through the Performance Development system, including department specific job descriptions, measurable performance standards
Ensure that staff qualifications are consistent with job responsibilities. Verify for each employee or contracted personnel that, where relevant, education and training are consistent with applicable legal and regulatory requirements and hospital policy, that the individual is licensed, certified or registered, and that the individual's knowledge and experience are appropriate for the job assignment
Create an environment that encourages and supports self-development and learning for all staff through regular feedback, by assuring the development of staff through orientation, training programs, work experiences and assessing competencies by meeting the performance expectations stated in his or her job description in a timely manner (normally annually)
Monitor quality assurance standards, programs, and procedures within the unit/area
Ensure that defined quality standards are met within area of responsibility.