The Cardiology Supervisory MIT shall function as the supervisor for the Medical Instrument Technicians in the Cardiology section of the Medical Service. The Supervisory MIT is responsible to the Cardiology Section Chief for the administrative functions of the Cardiology section, relieving him/her of complex administrative matters relating to the section's activities. Duties include, but are not limited to: Plans, organizes, develops, and directs the administrative activities and provides leadership to achieve optimum, operation of the Section, both internally and in coordination with the Supervisory Medical Management Specialist and other professional members. Maintains fill authority to act for the Cardiology Section Chief in all administrative matters. Coordinates activities of all units within the Cardiology Section. Supervises all technical positions within the Cardiology Section. Provides administrative support functions including developing and implementing control procedures for supplies, equipment, fiscal matters and personnel management in coordination with the Cardiology Section Chief, Supervisory Medical Management Specialist and the Chief, Medical Service. Personnel management responsibilities including maintaining liaison with the Cardiology Section Chief, Supervisory Medical Management Specialist and the Chief, Medical Service, Human Resources Specialists and all Cardiology staff in all areas of personnel administration concerning the Cardiology Section. Trains all technical personnel, including orientation and implementation of continuing medical education Contracting Officer Representative (COR) for all Cardiology contracts and for Medical Service if needed Maintains Functional Statements, Performance Appraisals and Competency Assessment records for all technical staff. Responsible for inventory control and budget management including consignments Coordinates infection control policy for Cardiology section Coordinates equipment maintenance for Cardiology section Plans work schedules for technical personnel and ensures that all areas are staffed adequately. Actively promotes the objectives of the Medical Center, EEO/Affirmative Action Program Provides Section Chief, Supervisory Medical Management Specialist and/or Chief of Medical Service with information relative to the operation of the Section. Coordinates and conducts the Cardiology Section Quality Assurance Program Muse system administrator Provides training and/or passwords for the following systems for the Cardiology fellows: MUSE, Pro-Solv, ISVC and Cardiology package (CART CL) Cath Lab Data oversight Creates and maintains the documented, standardized New Employee Orientation for all new Cardiology techs. Other duties as assigned. Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8:00AM - 4:30PM Telework: Not available Virtual: This is not a virtual position. Functional Statement #: PD000000 Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
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