Manager of Asset Management Medical City Healthcare
Medical City Healthcare
is one of the region's largest, most comprehensive health care providers and includes 14 hospitals, 7 freestanding emergency rooms, more than 50 ambulatory sites, more than 7,000 active physicians and 15,000 employees in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and 3 hospitals in the Oklahoma City area. Medical City Healthcare is distinguished as the first regional brain attack network in the United States, with four comprehensive stroke centers, and six primary stroke centers geographically positioned to provide rapid access to high quality stroke care across the region. Five Medical City Healthcare hospitals hold the prestigious Magnet Recognized® status from the American Nurses Association - a designation of quality achieved only by the top 5 percent of hospitals nationwide. Eight Medical City Healthcare hospitals are on The Joint Commission's 2014 list of Top Performers on Key Quality Measures™.
The Manager of Asset Management is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating and directing all functions of the facility clinical equipment management program in order to meet the stated mission, vision and values of the North Texas Division of HCA. It is expected that the supervisor will effectively operate the department, continue the improvement of the department's processes and outcomes, comply with hospital and corporate policy and procedures, efficiently manage finances and resources, promote teamwork and customer satisfaction, and integrate the department services into the organization's overall plan for the delivery of care and service.
• Provide asset management leadership at 1-2 facilities
• Coordination/integration of department services with the hospital's primary function of clinical equipment management including the facilities equipment entry and exit process.
• Provide facility oversight and serve as the liaison to Biomedical Services
• Develop/implement policies/procedures that guide/support the provision of clinical management services
• Coordinate the implementation and management of the associated software used to manage clinical equipment (currently Agiletrac).
• Recommend a sufficient number of qualified/competent staff to provide facility services in managing the clinical equipment provision of services
• Determine the qualifications/competence of personnel
• Continuously assess/improve department's performance
• Maintain/implement quality control programs
• Provide for the orientation, in-service training and continuing education of staff
• Recommend space and other resources needed in the provision of services
• Attendance and timeliness for scheduled hours is an essential job function.
• Communicate with the Division Director of Asset Management as appropriate.Qualifications: Qualifications
- 3-7 years of experience with logistics, materials, or clinical equipment
- BA required
- Also accepted, technical school diploma with courses in electronic/electrical and mechanical maintenance or equivalent training
- Knowledge of organizational policies, procedures, systems and objectives in your designated areas.
- Knowledge of computer systems and applications.
- General knowledge of electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic principles.
- General knowledge of building and system maintenance, including internal and external components.
- Ability to interpret technical manuals relative to preventive maintenance, ordering replacement parts and making repairs.
- Reading comprehension necessary to interpret specifications for installations and maintenance of the equipment and related systems.
HCA is the nation’s leading private provider of healthcare services. Comprised of locally managed facilities which include 230,000 employees at over 160 hospitals, over 120 surgery centers and 100 urgent care facilities in 20 states and the United Kingdom