Join the only designated Level 1 Trauma Center in Massachusetts, UMASS Memorial Health Care, and serve as AVP of Perioperative Services!
- Reporting directly to the SVP, Surgical & Procedural Services, the AVP of Perioperative Services is a key member of the executive team and is responsible for the development of short and long-term goals, fiscal management, HR management, program compliance, quality assurance, and overall operations for Peri-operative Services at the University, Memorial and Hahnemann campuses, totaling 39 ORs.
- The AVP will have the support of two direct reports including a Director for University Hospital as well as a Director for UMASS Memorial and Hahnemann Family Center, both overseeing the areas of OR, PACU, and SACU.
- Focus on staffing, enhancing clinical practice, reducing safety incidents, and enhancing the current culture within the organization.
- In collaboration with senior leadership, the AVP develops and fosters partnerships to enhance patient care, promotes adherence to professional practice, assists in facilitating continuous improvements in operating efficiency, and coordinates the services staffing activities.
- Ideal candidates will be clinically oriented with experience working within a clinical practice setting as well as demonstrate the ability to develop and improve departmental culture.
- Must bring 5+ years of management related experience.
- Master’s degree in Nursing, Business Administration, Management, Healthcare Administration or related program.
- UMass Memorial Health Care is the largest health care system in Central Massachusetts. As the clinical partner of UMass Medical School, the health system has access to the latest technology, research and clinical trials.
- The health care system includes three hospitals with 1,125 total beds, all fully accreditation by the Joint Commission, and 14,000+ total employees with 1,700 physicians on the active medical staff and 3,000 registered nurses.
- UMass Memorial is the only designated Level I Trauma Center for adults and children in Central Massachusetts and the region’s only Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Additionally, UMass Memorial is recognized by US News and World Reports as one of Massachusetts' best hospitals and high performing in aortic valve surgery, colon cancer surgery, heart bypass surgery and the treatment of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and heart failure.
- The Family Medicine and Community Health Department pioneers novel programs devoted to clinical care, medical education, research and health policy, with a special focus on the health of populations who are most at risk.
- Worcester, Massachusetts, the great city in the heart of the Commonwealth of New England, sits just an hour west of Boston.
- A five-time recipient of the All-American City Award, Worcester offers its residents the resources and exciting attractions of a metropolis, balanced with the more intimate, livable scale of a mid-sized city.
- The city boasts access to diverse and highly-acclaimed arts scenes, sports, restaurants, and entertainment, with local and regional public transportation for easy access to both the big city and small town entertainment.