Jan 11, 2022


  • University of Missouri
  • Missouri, USA

Job Description

Job Description The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, home of the Missouri Orthopaedic Institute, central Missouri's largest freestanding Orthopaedic center, is seeking a Business Administration Manager II, to lead our department’s highly productive, high paced, Finance and Accounting team.   The ideal candidate will play an instrumental leadership role in the success of sustaining our department’s mission; advance the clinical, research and teaching components of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Missouri.  In addition, this position will partner with clinical, educational and research leaders and their teams to support advancement of the overall Department’s Orthopaedic Service Lines culture of C3 Orthopaedics; Comprehensive, Cutting Edge and Caring Culture, which fosters a continuously improving organization to further our mission. Leadership qualities needed in our growing, fast- paced work environment: 1.   Commitment and Passion 2.   Transparency 3.   Initiative for Action 4.   Ownership/Accountability 5.   Positive energy/Inspire Others 6.   Delegation and Empowerment 7.   Teamwork focus 8.   Creativity and Innovation 9.   Strategic Planning 10. Problem Solving  Position Overview: • Direct the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery’s Finance and Accounting team, which includes strategic planning, development and implementation of finance and accounting practices, ensuring compliance to MU and SOM policy and process.  • Collaborate with department/functional leaders to accomplish goals and objectives, in the fiscal, accounting, contracting and physician compensation space.    • Oversee and be responsible for the Finance and Accounting staff; which includes staff performance evaluations and employee development and engagement.  Develop finance and accounting job descriptions, department work flow, and lead the interview process for hiring new staff.  Assess finance and accounting staff workload and assign tasks and responsibilities appropriate to their knowledge, training, education.  Develop internal mechanisms for prospective and retrospective internal review of quality assurance and process improvement. • Apply understanding of the organization and how the department’s finance and accounting office integrates and contributes to the overall school of medicine and institutional goals; maximizing efficiency in finance, accounting, contracting and physician compensation. • Oversee collaboration with, and conduct alignment meetings as necessary, the school of medicine, and the department’s various hospital business units and locations.  • Responsible for the development and monitoring of the Department’s operating budget. • Analyze financial results within departmental divisions and administrative areas, communicating the financial status to stakeholders. • The ideal candidate serves as a trusted leader and consultant.

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