Senior Administrative Associate - Burn, Trauma And Critical Care
Categories: Administrative / Clerical Support
Department: Burn, Trauma & Critical Care
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education
Prepares or assists in preparing annual budget for division or unit for approval by department management, including analyzing financial status, projecting income and expenditures, and allocating funding sources for division faculty and staff. Monitors budget, including income and expenditures.
Maintains or coordinates maintenance of budgets and grants of division or unit, including approving expenditures and preparing financial reports as needed. Reconciles accounts on monthly basis; conducts overall review for overdrafts and appropriateness of expenditures.
Supervises staff members and provides training. Coordinates faculty and staff recruitment for division or unit. Exercises decision-making authority regarding hiring, disciplinary action, and terminating staff. Approves on-line forms or paperwork to appoint, terminate, change titles and/or salary, or accomplish other personnel changes. Coordinates and/or prepares staff performance evaluations and recommendations for merit increases.
Coordinates space needs, renovations, and all division operational services. Coordinates and recommends purchase of capital and non-capital equipment.
Assists in preparation of major grant applications or status reports on current grants by coordinating gathering of information from principal investigators or other appropriate personnel; ensures timely submission of grants.
Ensures division/unit patient billing is submitted accurately and timely, including charge capture and coding. Reviews patient account receivables, third party payer denials, and billing appeals.
Prepares or coordinates preparation of complex reports, which require significant contact with other departments and outside organizations.
Designs and executes system of internal controls, which provides reasonable assurance that operations are effective and efficient, assets are safeguarded, and financial information is reliable.
Ensures compliance with applicable laws, regulations, policies, and procedures.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Manage and direct administrative and business functions of a large Surgery division including financial, human resources, staff supervision, manage workflow for maximum efficiency, determine work priorities, ensure compliance with policies and procedures, design and execute system of internal controls and works in conjunction with Surgery's Research Division on clinical trials and grants administration.
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