Administrative Manager, Seaver Autism Center for Research & Treatment, Department of Psychiatry

Mount Sinai Hospital   •  

New York, NY

Industry: Healthcare

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8 - 10 years

Posted 60 days ago

This job is no longer available.

Roles & Responsibilities:

The Administrative Manager is responsible for planning, direction and oversight of all administrative, human resources, and/or financial/revenue cycle operations for the Seaver Autism Center. This is a senior level management position which may oversee facilities planning, maintenance and custodial operations as well as responsibility of grants and contracts and capital budget.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manages and coordinates activities of clerical, administrative, billing, finance and and/or other personnel in assigned area(s)
  • Analyzes internal processes and plans or implements procedural and policy changes to improve operations
  • Recommends cost saving methods, such as supply changes and disposal of records to improve efficiency of department
  • Prepares and reviews operational reports and schedules to ensure accuracy and efficiency
  • Assists in the planning of budgetary needs by analyzing short and long-term program plans. Collaborates with department leadership to assure the completion of the annual budget and subsequent monitoring of financial status of the department, unit or division
  • Interprets and administers personnel policies such as hiring, performance appraisals, training, staff disciplinary activity and salary recommendations. Ensures compliance with federal, state and local regulations regarding equal pay and equal employment
  • Performs other related duties

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business or public administration or related field, Masterspreferred
  • 7+ years experience in an administrative or management capacity
  • Strong leadership and problem solving skills
  • Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills
  • Knowledge of operational analysis and decision-making techniques for resource allocation and organizational effectiveness
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