Site Manager (Radiology)

Radnet San Francisco , CA 94118

Posted 8 months ago

Knowledgeable and effective leader wanted to manage our RadNet Medical Imaging San Francisco team as a radiology center manager. In this management career opportunity you will oversee our multi-modality outpatient imaging practice, which provides a full range of medical diagnostic imaging exams to the community. The center is connected to our other locations thru PACS and RIS, and provides patient care 7 days a week.

As a healthcare Site Manager you will:

  • Direct all center activities to ensure smooth and efficient operations for patient flow, patient care, and quality assurance.

  • Manage a staff of approximately 20 employees and direct all staff activities including, coordinating schedules and breaks, providing training and guidance, reviewing and approving bi-weekly timecards, conducting performance evaluations, etc.

  • Develop, implement, and administer procedures and best practices to streamline processes for center operations.

  • Provide ongoing training to staff to ensure that productivity and knowledge of the overall process are maintained and improved.

  • Manage and utilize staff to their fullest potential by motivating and challenging them to achieve results while offering developmental and educational opportunities to progress within the company.

  • Interview and hire candidates for open staff positions including technologist and office assistants.

  • Attend and participate in operations/manager meetings.

  • Oversee the use and maintenance of the equipment and facilities.

  • Maintain the center's budget by cost management and increase revenue through effective cash management.

  • Participate in and/or lead various projects as identified by management to support operations and quality patient care.

We offer competitive pay, advancement opportunities and benefits including: health / dental / vision coverage, paid time off, paid holidays, free life insurance, pre-tax 401k plan, pre-tax flexible spending plan, education reimbursement, inter-company transfer opportunities, and a host of other perks.

RadNet is an equal opportunity employer, committed to cultural diversity. RadNet will provide equal consideration for employment to all qualified applicants without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, domestic partner status, or medical condition. RadNet is an E-Verify participant.

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We're looking for a dynamic leader with excellent communication skills and a passion for patient care with health care management experience highly preferred, Candidates will also need to have experience with marketing, bookkeeping, and public relations. An attention to detail, an understanding of budgets, working knowledge of California State labor laws, and training is preferred. A bachelor's degree is preferred.

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