Seeking a hands-on leader as the new Area Manager in the beautiful Birmingham, Alabama!
- Reporting to the Vice President, Offsite Operations, the Area Manager will have the ability to motivate and manage a leadership team providing excellent day-to-day services to support the operations of multiple healthcare sterile processing departments both on and off site as well as ensures they delivery of the overall target and business plan.
- Strong ability to identify opportunities to provide additional services by building and maintaining customer relations and ensuring the satisfaction of customer deliverables
- Builds a team with the necessary knowledge and skill to meet and keep ahead of the customer needs and demands.
- Motivational leader that has the ability to build and maintain positive employee engagement while instilling a culture of safety and retention.
- Demonstrates understanding of the Instrument Processing Division’s processes and the ability to manage, train and implement in multiple sites and the ORC (Offsite Reprocessing Center) focusing on continuous improvement.
- Develops, and enforces the implementation of policies, new processes, procedures, product conversions, new services, and programs in conjunction with the contract to improve customer service.
- Ensures proper operational processes are followed by all members of the team.
- With a metropolitan population of nearly a million people, Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama.
- Birmingham is a national leader in urban green spaces. Thousands of wooded acres for biking and hiking are within minutes of downtown in area parks.
- Though iron and steel production gave rise to the city of Birmingham, the area’s largest employer is now the health care industry.
- Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum has the largest collection of vintage and contemporary motorcycles in the world. Adjacent is Barber Motorsports Park, one of the finest racing facilities in the world and beautifully landscaped in the rolling hills just outside the city.
- Barber Motorsports Park hosts the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama, making Birmingham the only Deep South city on the North American Indy circuit.
- USA TODAY calls Birmingham’s Sidewalk Film Festival one of “Ten Great Places for a Fabulous Film Festival.” Since its debut in 1999, the festival has attracted filmmakers from around the world to screen their work for fans of independent cinema.
- In 1995, Mercedes Benz chose a site just west of Birmingham to build its first assembly plant outside Germany. Their visitors center indoctrinates guests on the automaker’s history. Tours of the plant are available by appointment.
- Birmingham’s role in America’s Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s placed the city at the center of the most significant domestic drama of the 20th The city’s Civil Rights District is now designated a National Monument.