University of Missouri Health Care’s Women’s & Children’s Hospital, located in Columbia, Missouri, is seeking an experienced Women’s Health Service Line Manager.
The future Women’s Health leader will be charismatic, outcome driven change agent, with a tangible passion for bringing out the best in staff, physicians and learners. He/she will manage the clinical, operational, financial and personnel activities of the Women’s Health Service Line, which includes Labor and Delivery, Ante Partum, Post Partum, Well Baby Nursery and Med/surg.
This is the opportunity of a lifetime to lead a growing department in a thriving academic health system!
About University of Missouri Health Care
MUHC is one of the Midwest’s premier academic healthcare systems. It is comprised of University Hospital, Missouri Orthopaedic Institute, Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Ellis Fischel Cancer Center, Missouri Psychiatric Center and over 50 outpatient settings. Also part of University of Missouri Health System is Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions.
Located in central Missouri, Columbia is home to the University of Missouri, and consistently ranked nationally as one of the most desirable places to live.
A competitive salary, outstanding benefits package, which includes relocation, generous retirement and vacation plans, and tuition assistance for employees and family members accompany this position.
An Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer
Applicants with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
A Bachelor’s degree in clinical specialty and A Master of Science in a related field is required. Internally-sourced employees without a Master’s of Science degree will have up to three calendar years starting from the time of appointment to obtain Master’s degree as a condition of continued employment in this job classification.
Minimum of four (4) years experience in hospital setting (or combination hospital and ambulatory history if applying for an ambulatory position). Minimum of two (2) years of managerial or supervisory experience, preferably in healthcare setting. Proven leadership and organizational skills required.
Current Missouri license/registration is required where state license/registration is granted.
Candidate must demonstrate an ability to effectively communicate and lead multi-disciplinary teams that include nursing, physician, support and ancillary staff. Knowledge and skills in quality improvement and application of best evidence-based practices is necessary. Administrative skills in planning, organizing, scheduling, and financial management are a must. The ideal candidate must be able to perform independently with minimal oversight, be self-motivated, and strategically overcome obstacles to achieve positive outcomes in delivering care to clients of MU Health Care and the broader patient base.
About University of Missouri Health Care - Women's & Children's Hospital
University of Missouri Health System touches the lives of Missourians from every county in the state, providing highly specialized, multidisciplinary care for patients with the most severe illnesses and injuries. The health system consists of 12 primary care and 53 specialty clinics and a comprehensive system of hospitals, including University Hospital, a level I trauma center; Ellis Fischel Canc...er Center, designated as Missouri’s official state cancer center; the Missouri Orthopaedic Institute; the Missouri Psychiatric Center; Women’s and Children’s Hospital, providing the most comprehensive NICU in the region; Missouri Center for Outpatient Center, all based in Columbia. The health system also includes a long-term acute care facility, Missouri Rehabilitation Center, in Mount Vernon, which has one of the highest ventilator-weaning success rates in the country. The system is comprised of more than 7,500 faculty and staff, $883 million in annual expenditures, and a positive economic impact of $2 billion.As part of the University of Missouri Health System, academic partners include the University of Missouri’s School of Health Professions, School of Medicine, and Sinclair School of Nursing.