Salary: Commensurate with experience
Total Hours: 8-5, M-F
Final candidate subject to background check.
The Translational Pulmonary & Immunology Research Center (TPIRC) and the Southern California Food Allergy Institute (SCFAI) are seeking to hire a Director of Clinical Operations. TPIRC and SCFAI are a nonprofit medical and research institute whose anchor focus is the treatment of food anaphylaxis.
The organization currently houses the world's largest population of treated food anaphylactic children. Located in Long Beach, the institute houses a research laboratory, a diagnostics laboratory, a bioinformatics suite and food protein laboratory. This cutting edge facility treats patients from southern California to all around the globe. The process of food anaphylaxis treatment is entirely unique and built upon a large bioinformatics data analytics platform. The organization is in a significant state of growth with plans to regionally expand to multiple sites.
The Director of Clinical Operations reports to the Chief Executive Office and Chief Financial Officer of TPIRC and SCFAI. The Director is accountable for planning, developing new services, policy formation, human resource management and organization, financial performance, patient care services operations, and medical management staff relations within his/her area of responsibility. The director is responsible to provide leadership to grow and develop the data analytics based treatment delivery network at its current sites with further expansion in the near future.
The Director is accountable for providing a vision, leadership, and promoting innovation in developing and implementing strategies and policies to provide high quality patient care while adhering to the Tolerance Induction Program treatment methodology. This job places strong emphasis on the following outcomes: delivery of quality services, developing best practices, creating a highly-effective work unit, developing and retaining excellent personnel. The Director is a change leader for TPIRC and SCFAI. The Directorworks closely with the clinical staff, allied staff and executive leadership of the organization for strategic planning, marketing and development of the Tolerance Induction Program, including advancement of philanthropic support.
The ideal candidate possesses a California RN license from a Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree program. Prior leadership experience is preferred, with at least three (3) years of active nursing practice in a process oriented setting (surgery, procedures). The candidate should have experience managing over 20 employees. The ability to demonstrate leadership skills, interpersonal skills, and react to emergency situations appropriately is required. This position requires expertise in marketing, contracting, systems/standards development, information systems and a broad vision of the future of the health care industry.