Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System (EOVAHCS) provides comprehensive healthcare to veterans at the Muskogee VA and Tulsa Outpatient Clinic delivers outpatient diagnostic imaging services on a 24/7 basis to include general radiography (routine, fluoroscopy, bone densitometry emergency portable and surgical C-arm support), Ultrasound, CT, IR, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, and Mammography. Radiology/NM Supervisor in the Diagnostic Imaging Department. He/She has full responsibility for all administrative functions within radiology department. The duties and responsibilities of the Supervisory Diagnostic Radiologic include but are not limited to the following: Oversees administrative, personnel administration, logistic, program planning and evaluation, fiscal, quality assurance for the Radiology Service. Independently performs daily operations of the PACS system. Monitors all facility PACS and related systems including application systems, networking interface software and system administrative software. Prepares correspondence, memorandums and a variety of reports. This would include personnel management/administration, continuing education, budgeting and financial management, procurement and contracting, capital equipment monitoring and acquisition, property management, integration reports and monitoring of supplies. Investigates and resolves complaints by determining the reason, validity and service response needed. Recommends corrective actions. Records and analyzes the Radiology Service workload and reviews changing requirements for space, equipment, personnel, supporting material requirements and proposed new programs. Provides for the overall administrative management of the Service. This includes interpreting administrative policies, developing or implementing local policies, defining administrative requirements, and/or providing advice to top management on related issues. Develops and advises on administrative requirements for a complex multi-divisional organization. Serves as the principal advisor to the Radiology Service Chief on all administrative management matters associated with programs and operations. Advises on and recommends courses of action pertaining to administrative issues. Perform General Radiology procedures at least 25% of the time. Providing daily coverage for lunches and breaks performing all required aspects of the General Radiology department. The incumbent will also provide coverage when the needs of the department require it. Must be ARRT certified. Incumbent will have direct oversight and supervision of all staff in the radiology service. This includes day to day oversight, scheduled work, performance appraisals, recruitment and disciplinary actions and other associated duties. Analyzes current and future staffing needs and plans, schedules and conducts projects and studies to evaluate and recommend ways for improvement through periodic reviews and/or initiates internal requests for additional personnel and prepares necessary support material analysis. Maintains the organizational chart, computerized personnel roster, employee split time reports, Decision Support System (DSS) documentation and position descriptions for all sites included in the Radiology Service. Insures that personnel requests are initiated, job classifications, performance standards and competencies are developed and that evaluations are performed in a timely manner. Coordinates the recruitment activities and employment of technical personnel as well as assignments of volunteers from Voluntary Service and other agency programs.Investigates, with the appropriate supervisor, employee and union related complaints or grievances to resolve the facts and problems at the lowest possible level or develops information and facts for the processing of a formal action. Provides the budgeting and financial management for the Service. Makes resource decisions involving internal Radiology/NM Service funding. Studies, analyzes and develops methods for cost control and efficiency of program operations. The Radiology Supervisor develops the draft budget for submission and presents these and other recommendations to the Service Chief. Manages procurement and serves as the COR for the Radiology/NM Service. Reviews and gives approval authority for purchase of supplies. Monitors cost effectiveness of all supplies, assesses usage of disposable supplies and establishes protocols for delivery and recurring inventory. Establishes and controls Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) with vendors for recurring needs as required from analytical evaluations of purchasing patterns. For instance the purchasing of contrast media through a multi-VISN BPA to insure lowest possible purchase price. Radiology Supervisor manages all requisitions for all new equipment across the Service as well as maintaining the assigned COR for the service. Coordinates all equipment activity with A&MMS as well as works with the National Acquisitions Center (NAC) for suitability and best pricing. Arranges for needed equipment repairs, establishes agreements for equipment demonstrations and prepares lease contracts for rental equipment. Work Schedule: Monday - Friday 8:00am-4:30pm Financial Discloser Report: Not required
Internal Number: 600137100
About Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
Providing Health Care for Veterans: The Veterans Health Administration is America’s largest integrated health care system, providing care at 1,255 health care facilities, including 170 medical centers and 1,074 outpatient sites of care of varying complexity (VHA outpatient clinics), serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year.